Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
However the skeleton construction can still be used as we offer it.
The implication of skeleton construction caught most others unaware, also.
For simple polygons, the problem of straight skeleton construction is easier.
It is, however, too simple since we now know that there are intermediate phases between shell and skeleton construction.
The steel skeleton construction was faced with dressed limestone.
He also wrote foreword praising Skeleton construction in buildings.
Technological improvements in skeleton construction and elevators enabled buildings to reach new heights.
And Chicago partisans maintain that earlier developments there, though not true skeleton construction, place the origin of the skyscraper in their city.
At a time when the use of steel was treated with suspicion by many architectural theorists, his designs used "interior metal skeleton construction".
It has a concrete skeleton construction with columns adjacent to the east and west facades allowing a support-free central floor area.
They also shared a lot of characteristics with mammals, and were once considered mammals because of overall skeleton construction.
This remains the best worst-case time bound known for straight skeleton construction with unrestricted inputs, but is complicated and has not been implemented.
The iron-and-steel skeleton construction of the skyscraper age was still two generations away, so this was early for any sizable iron structures.
In skeleton construction, the frame or skeleton was built first and covered with evenly-laid planking, giving the exterior a smooth appearance.
So Gilbert used a metal framework to support both the 10 floors and the outer walls, the first use of skeleton construction for an entire building in New York.
His replacement, Charles B.J. Snyder, had studied at Cooper Union and made some initial changes - like forced ventilation and steel skeleton construction to permit larger windows.
The third skeleton construction, the Columbia Building, had a comparably narrow plot, but a prominent site - with 30 feet of frontage on Broadway, at the northwest corner of Morris Street.
In 1892, New York City altered its building regulations to allow skeleton construction and curtain walls, in which the load created by the building was carried by the internal skeleton and not by the exterior wall, a construction method which had been allowed under the Chicago building code for years.