Difference between jamb and corbel ?
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Jamb is a side post of a doorway. Hip chains are provided outside the window it is called as reveals. It is a vertical ocean on both sides of the door which is used as a supporting member for the door.
Corbel is a type of bracket which is made up of stone or wood or any type of metal used to carry the superincumbent weight. It is providing as a support for the offset load on the joint of column and slab. It may be decorative and sculptures.
Jamb and corbel are two different technical terms used in masonry.
The difference in between jam and corbel are discussed below;