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Two commercially available clear lacquers, an organic-based nitrocellulose type and a water-based acrylic system, were applied to plywood, veneered particleboard, and hardboard, and then tested to Australian Standard 1530, Part 3—1976. The acrylic lacquer caused a slight increase in some Early...
The magnitude of the housing shortage faced by less developed countries is reviewed, and it is suggested that earth construction constitutes a viable solution to this problem. Compared to cement-based construction, soil construction poses fewer technical limitations and economical problems. The...
Waterproofing failures in the bathrooms of residential dwellings are widespread, particularly in shower compartments, and building regulations do not address the problem of waterproofing adequately. They are mainly caused by omission of perimeter angle flashing and by inadquate construction of...
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