On Star Plates actress Judy Greer saddles up side-by-side with Chef Antonia Lofaso learning to cook her favorite ravioli and experience life as line cook for one night only. Step by step, Judy gets a crash course in making her culinary dream come true. As dinner service begins and the rack quickly fills up with tickets for ravioli, Antonia also has Judy fill an order for Fluffer Nutters. There's drama at every turn for Judy in the kitchen at Black Market.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Star Plates - Anchor plate - Netflix
An anchor plate or wall washer is a large plate or washer connected to a tie rod or bolt. Anchor plates are used on exterior walls of masonry buildings, for structural reinforcement. Being visible, many anchor plates are made in a style that is decorative. One popular style is the star anchor — an anchor plate cast or wrought in the shape of a five-pointed star. Other names and styles of anchor plate include earthquake washer, triangular washer, S-iron, and T-head. In the United Kingdom, pattress plate is the term for circular restraints, tie bar being an alternate term for rectangular restraints. Anchor plates are made of cast iron, sometimes wrought iron or steel, and are often used on brick or other masonry-based buildings. They are commonly found in many older cities towns and villages in Europe and in more recent cities with substantial legacies of 18th- and 19th-century brick construction, such as New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Charleston, South Carolina, and in older earthquake prone cities such as San Francisco, as well as across all of Europe. The tie-rod-and-plate assembly braces the masonry wall against lateral bowing.
Star Plates - History of use and studies - Netflix
During the Roman Empire, wooden tie-beams (or tie rods)were used between arches to negate the outward horizontal forces between them. In the modern era, tie-rods are made of iron or steel, and serve to reinforce vaults, arches, and in general masonry structures. Masonry walls are strengthened through a tie-rod that connects between parallel walls at the floor-level, which creates a horizontal compression state, thereby increasing the wall's shear strength. While the current literature is very poor, some studies have been done on analysis of anchor plates and tie-rods, for example one study dealing with concrete panels, which, although a thin veneer, may also need anchor plates to help stabilize the wall. The pressure that an anchor plate provides is constantly stiff; however, there appears to be a limit of useful anchor plate widths. That is, a study found that widths greater than 100 mm the advantage of having a wider plate decreased, meaning that there is a threshold for optimal function of the anchor plate.
Star Plates - References - Netflix