Intrados

In architecture an intrados is the interior curve of an arch. The term is especially applied to the inner or lower curved face of the whole body of voussoirs taken together.
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intrados

[n] - the interior curve of an arch
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Intrados

In an arch or vault is the inner surface of the arch barrel, i.e. the inner (concave) curve of the barrel.
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Intrados

inner face of voussoirs. See arch. (Illustration)
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Intrados

The inner surface of an arch. See also soffit, extrados.
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Intrados

The underside of an arch or a vault. Also see: extrados.
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Intrados

In·tra'dos noun [ French, from Latin intra within + French dos the back, Latin dorsum . Confer Extrados .] (Architecture) The interior curve of an arch; esp., the inner or lower curved face of the whole body of voussoirs taken together. See Extrados .
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Intrados

• (n.) The interior curve of an arch; esp., the inner or lower curved face of the whole body of voussoirs taken together. See Extrados.
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Intrados

The inner curve or underside of an arch. Also known as a soffit.
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Intrados

The inside curved soffit of an arch. The opposite face is known as the extrados.
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Intrados

A construction line denoting inside limit of the arch. It is used in the setting out. Not be be confused with the soffit which is a surface.;
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Intrados

The underside, or soffit, of an arch.
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intrados

undersurface of an arch or vault
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