Viewpoint: Confined masonry: an appropriate technology

Author: S. Brzev, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Vancouver, Canada

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1 June 2013

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Viewpoint: Confined masonry: an appropriate technology

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S. Brzev, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Vancouver, Canada
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1 June 2013
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S. Brzev, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Vancouver, Canada

Date published

1 June 2013

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S. Brzev, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Vancouver, Canada

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Standard: £9 + VAT
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Svetlana Brzev puts forward an argument for the use of confined masonry in the reconstruction work undertaken in Haiti.

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