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<p>ISRM (India) Journal is a half yearly journal of the Indian National Group of International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM), which is involved in dissemination of information on rock mechanics, and its related activities in the field of foundation and ...
Reference: ISRM India Vol. 3, No. 2, July 2014
This document explains the underlying causes for the poor seismic performance of stone masonry buildings and offers techniques for improving it for both new and existing buildings. The proposed techniques have been proven in field applications, are relatively ...
Reference: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Publication Number WHE-2011-01
Typical house occupied by low-income and middle-class families in rural areas of central Italy. The building studied in this report is located in the municipality of Nocera Umbra, province of Perugia, Umbria region, Italy. This type of building, with minor ...
Reference: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) and International Association for Earthquake Engineering (IAEE), Report 121
This construction originated during the Middle Ages in response to the threat of militaryinvasions. The building plan is a square lattice, 5-7 meters, formed by three or four floors, with one room on each floor, and a total height of 15-20 m. It is a common ...
Reference: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) and International Association for Earthquake Engineering (IAEE), Report 113
This is the third guideline published under the Beyond the Pavement initiative. It accompanies Bridge Aesthetics and Noise Wall Design Guidelines and addresses the issue of the visual impact of shotcrete. While shotcrete is a useful and cost effective means ...
Reference: RTA, Level 6 Centennial Plaza, 260 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Masonry houses with good structural performance may be constructed by appropriate construction procedures, good structural detailing and good quality control. This guide has been divided in fourteen sections following the construction procedure. Structural ...
Reference: CISMID/FIC/UNI Construction of Masonry Buildings with appropriated technologies, e Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Japan
 
Stone buildings using fully dressed rectangularized stone units, or cast solidblocks consisting of large stone pieces in cement concrete mix 1:3.6 may be built according to the details given in Chapter 4.Those also generally apply to the random-rubble and ...
Reference: IAEE, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur 208016, India
The purpose of developing these guidelines is to provide technically soundanalytical tools and acceptable assessment criteria for the seismic evaluation of stone-masonry structures.
Reference: Technology Directorate Architectural & Engineering Services Real Property Services Branch Public Works & Government Services Canada, July 2002
This is a typical residential construction type found in most Algerian urban centers, constituting 40 to 50% of the total urban housing stock. This construction, built mostly before the 1950s by French contractors, is no longer practiced. Buildings of this ...
Reference: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) and International Association for Earthquake Engineering (IAEE), Report 75
Stone masonry is a traditional form of construction practiced for centuries in the regions where stone is locally available. It is still found in old historic centers, often in buildings of cultural and historical significance, and in developing countries ...
Reference: World Housing Net