Conservation compendium. Part 15: Use of lime in historic masonry construction in the UK and Ireland

Author: Tim Ryan

Date published

1 February 2016

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Conservation compendium. Part 15: Use of lime in historic masonry construction in the UK and Ireland

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Tim Ryan
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1 February 2016
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Tim Ryan

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The Structural Engineer, Volume 94, Issue 2, 2016, Page(s) 38-41

Date published

1 February 2016

Author

Tim Ryan

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The Structural Engineer, Volume 94, Issue 2, 2016, Page(s) 38-41

Price

Standard: £10 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

This article discusses lime mortar and its place in conservation work and like-for-like repair on older masonry.

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38-41
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Masonry Conservation compendium Technical Issue 2

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