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close this bookCompressed Earth Blocks - Volume II. Manual of design and construction (GTZ, 1995, 148 p.)
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View the documentHistorical background
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View the documentThe CEB as a building material
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View the documentA building tradition
View the documentThe exposed wall's harmonious appearance
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close this folderMasonry principles
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close this folderThe project's building dispositions
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View the documentTypes of wall
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View the documentFoundations and footings
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View the documentJack arches and vaulting
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View the documentCharacteristic strength of CEBS
View the documentSafety and height to width coefficients
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