Noun(1) an upright in house framing
(1) In Britain and America, material was available in timber form, as plank, deals, board, and scantling .(2) Its crucks - nine full pairs and a pair at each end cut off halfway to form the half-hipped roof - are 10 m. long, with a scantling of 0.53 m. and a span of 10.2 m.(3) Since German engineers standardized scantlings for testing to about eight inches long, Fernow decried in particular British engineers' preferences for full-sized generic timbers.(4) Although not built to any specific standard, other than Hinckley's own, that I know of, the scantlings are impressive by anyone's standards.(5) She fully conforms to all the stringent constructional requirements of this class, including 6 watertight compartments, strong scantlings and a high level of stability.
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