Civil Engineering - Building Materials - Discussion


Apiece of sawn timber whose cross-sectional dimensions exceed 5 cm, in one direction and 20 cm in the other direction, is called a

[A]. cant
[B]. deal
[C]. baulk
[D]. strip.

Answer: Option C


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Rajani said: (Aug 4, 2016)  
I didn't read this earlier in Civil Engg. Can anyone explain this?

Alok Kumar said: (Dec 12, 2016)  
Baulk is a roughly squared Timber beam.

Bijusha said: (Feb 18, 2017)  
What is baulk? Can you explain this as a picture?

Javed Ansari said: (Mar 5, 2017)  
Just like a long rectangle one side exceed 5cm long side exceed 20cm.

Pranav Sonawnae said: (Apr 14, 2017)  
What is baulk? Please explain.

Jitendra Singh Yadav said: (Jul 3, 2017)  
Baulk is generally known as log.

When thickness 5cm more & width 20cm more this called Baulk (log). !

Brajesh Pandey said: (Oct 21, 2017)  
Baulk is a roughly squared timber piece which is obtained by removing the bark and sap-wood one of c/s dimensions exceeds 50mm and other 2200mm.

Rabindra said: (Jan 1, 2018)  
What is log here?

Vivek Kumar Shukla said: (Mar 11, 2018)  
I didn't understand about options, please explain it.

Vishal said: (Apr 5, 2019)  
Can anyone explain about all the given option?

Kirthi said: (Jun 13, 2019)  
Swan-is cut from logs into rectangular.

Gurjant said: (Mar 17, 2020)  
What is baulk?

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