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How thick is a stone wall?
In respect to this, how thick should stone walls be?
The thickness of load bearing masonry wall should be at least 304.8 mm (1 ft.) thick for maximum wall height of 10.668m (35 ft.). Moreover, the thickness of masonry wall need to be increased by 101.6 mm (4in.)
Subsequently, question is, what is a stone wall called? One type of wall is called a "double" wall and is constructed by placing two rows of stones along the boundary to be walled. The final layer on the top of the wall also consists of large stones, called capstones, coping stones or copes.
Also asked, how thick is an interior wall?
A two-by-four wall stud is 3 ½ inches wide, and an interior wall typically has ½-inch drywall installed on both sides, bringing the wall thickness to 4 ½ inches. Walls that contain plumbing, such as walls behind sinks, however, should be thicker than standard walls.
What is the minimum thickness of wall in stone masonry?
The minimum, thickness of wall in stone masonry can be 35 cm whereas, in brick masonry, walls of 10 cm thickness can be constructed.