• Book Name: Materials Technologies and Practice in Historic Heritage Structures by Maria Bostenaru Dan
  • Author: Maria Bostenaru Dan
  • Pages: 376
  • Size: 13 MB

Materials Technologies and Practice in Historic Heritage Structures

materials technologies and practice in historic heritage structures

Contents of Materials Technologies and Practice in Historic Heritage Structures

  1. Introduction
  2. Technology of Rammed-Earth Constructions (“Tapial”) in Andalusia (Spain): Their Restoration and Conservation
  3. Ancient Clay Bricks: Manufacture and Properties
  4. The My Son Temples in Vietnam: Construction Techniques and Structural Issues .
  5. The White and Coloured Marbles of the Roman Theatre of Copia (Cosenza, Italy) .
  6. Black “Marble”: The Characteristic Material in the Baroque Architecture of Cracow (Poland)
  7. Understanding the Long-Term Survival of Sandstone in Medieval Ecclesiastical Structures: Northern Ireland and Western Scotland .
  8. The City of Dresden in the Mirror of its Building Stones: Utilization of Natural Stone at Façades in the Course of Time
  9. Determination of Source Areas of Natural Stones: A Methodology Approach Applied to Impure Crystalline Limestones
  10. In Situ Methods of Testing Stone Monuments and the Application of Nondestructive Physical Properties Testing in Masonry Diagnosis .
  11. The Use of Lime Mortars in Restoration Work on Architectural Heritage .
  12. The Basilica of Maxentius and Its Construction Materials
  13. Characterization of Ancient Pozzolanic Mortars from Roman Times to the 19th Century: Compatibility Issues of New Mortars with Substrates and Ancient Mortars
  14. Roman Cements: Key Materials of the Built Heritage of the 19th Century
  15. Historic Mortars and Plasters as a Material for Age Determination
  16. Reinforced Concrete Constructions at the Beginning of the 20th Century: Historical Review and Structural Assessment
  17. Heritage Masonry Buildings and Reduction of Seismic Risk: The Case of Slovenia
  18. Acoustic Emission Monitoring of the Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca (Spain)..

Materials technologies and practice in historic heritage structures.

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