Maintaining large historic buildings with no cement
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18 August 2022

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Date published

18 August 2022

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A poster from a project funded by the Institution’s 2021/22 Undergraduate Grant Scheme.

The aim of this project was to research whether cement and lime can be eliminated from masonry construction.
 
Author: Annabelle York
Poster: Annabelle York
Supervisor: Prof. Julian Allwood
University: University of Cambridge
 

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