Ponts et Viaducs en Modelisme By Henri Simoni Dust Jacket 1995  224 Pages
Ponts et Viaducs en Modelisme By Henri Simoni Dust Jacket 1995  224 Pages
Ponts et Viaducs en Modelisme By Henri Simoni Dust Jacket 1995  224 Pages
Ponts et Viaducs en Modelisme By Henri Simoni Dust Jacket 1995  224 Pages

Ponts et Viaducs en Modelisme By Henri Simoni Dust Jacket 1995 224 Pages

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Ponts et Viaducs en Modelisme By Henri Simoni Dust Jacket 1995 224 Pages
Ponts et Viaducs en Modelisme By Henri Simoni Dust Jacket 1995  224 Pages
Bien que le but de cet ouvrage ne soit pas de retracer l'histoire complete des ponts et viaducs a travers les ages, it nous a paru intd'en brosser l'en quelques pages.
Apres avoir brirelate l'histoire des ouvrages d'art reels, ce livre, le premier du genre en France, sera consacra la construction des difftypes de ponts et viaducs ferroviaires en modele r.
Il sera, par consequent, l'auxiliaire prdu moddde rune maquette d'ouvrage d'art digne de ce nom, indispensable d'un module ou d'un r.
En effet, ce pont -ou viaduc- s'integrera naturellement au paysage que vous aurez choisi d'et franchira riviere, ruisseau, route ou vallee verdoyante, sera en maconnerie ou m, et de taille plus ou moins imposante, selon l'emplacement que vous lui reserverez.
Un pont est l'une des premiconstructions net indispensables a la communication, et donc au commerce. Pour nous mod, c'est, de plus, un det spectaculaire tres appreciable. Un rsans pont, si modeste soit-il, sera moins attrayant.
Si la place manque, it est dde reprune region ft-es montagneuse. II n'est pas non plus obligatoire de faire extra-plat. Quelques ondulations de terrain seront plus agr. Nul n'est besoin non plus de construire des rampes, hou droites, aux pourcentages excessifs. Dans le cas d'une petite surface, telle celle d'une table de ping-pong, adoptez pluttla solution suivante : le niveau general de votre circuit sera horizontal et it suffira de faire varier le relief de part et d'autre de la voie. Ce lmouvement de terrain fournira le pra l'd'une tranch, voire d'un tunnel, mail aussi et surtout d'un pont ou un viaduc, et, de plus, une fatigue considerable au moteur de vos engins de traction (figure 1). Donc, moyennant un travail supplde ddes supports et des Chemins de roulement, et de fadu relief, votre rfera .
En effet, le rgenre anncinquante, sur une feuille de contre-plaque standard, avec dans un angle la traditionnelle percd'un tunnel en courbe et habilld'un t, d'un moulin a eau ou autre, est aujourd'hui quelque peu d.
Although the purpose of this book is not history full of bridges and viaducts through the ages, it seemed interesting to to scrub the evolution in a few pages.
After briefly tells the story of real structures, this book, the first of its kind in France, will be allocated a reduced the construction of various types of bridges and railway viaducts in model.
It is, therefore, the precious auxiliary of the designer willing to achieve a model of work of art worthy of the name, indispensable element of a module or a network.
Indeed, this bridge - or Viaduct - is will naturally with the landscape that you have chosen to evoke and Cross River, Creek, road or verdant Valley, will be metal or masonry, and size more or less large, depending on the location you he reserverez.
A bridge is one of the first constructions necessary and indispensable a communication, and therefore trade. For us designers, it is, moreover, a decorative element and spectacular very limits. A network bridge, so small it may be, will be less attractive.
If the place, it is not recommended to represent a region ft - es mountainous. II is not also required to bracket. A few waves of land will be more pleasant. There is no need nor to build ramps, helical or straight, to excessive percentages. In the case of a small surface, like a table tennis table, adopt pluttsolution: the general of your circuit level will be horizontal and it will be enough to vary the relief of hand and on the other track. This slight motion of land will provide the pretext was the establishment of a trench, or even a tunnel, mail also and especially a bridge or viaduct, and, in addition, will save considerable fatigue to the engine of your traction gear (figure 1). Therefore, for additional work of cutting materials and paths of rolling, and shaping of relief, your network will be "true."
Indeed, the network type years fifty, on a sheet of counterbrackets standard, with at an angle the traditional "mountain" pierced by a tunnel in curve and dressed a cable car, a mill was water or other, is today somewhat exceeded.

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