# Six General Types of Stairs | Straight Run Stairs | L Stairs

Friday, October 29, 2010 15:25There are six general types of stairs commonly used in residential construction:

- Straight run stairs
- L stairs
- Double L stairs Continue Reading »

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There are six general types of stairs commonly used in residential construction:

- Straight run stairs
- L stairs
- Double L stairs Continue Reading »

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“A Stair is a series of steps with or without landings or platforms, which is installed between two or more floors of a Continue Reading »

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**Viscosity** is the internal resistance of the fluid layers against flow . Viscosity of a fluid is inversely proportional to Continue Reading »

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Solid mechanics or Mechanics of solids is the branch of Mechanics, Physics, Mathematics that concerns the behavior of solid Continue Reading »

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**Bar Type Structures: **A structure whose cross sectional dimensions are negligibly small as compare to length, for example Continue Reading »

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**Rigid joints: **These are the joints which are capable of transferring axial forces as well as moment. For example Joints Continue Reading »