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CLOSE THIS BOOKThe Use of Selected Indigenous Building Materials with Potential for Wide Application in Developing Countries (HABITAT, 1985, 80 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTFOREWORD
VIEW THE DOCUMENTINTRODUCTION
I. AN OVERVIEW OF THE BUILDING MATERIALS SECTOR IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Importance to national development
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Trends in the sector
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Problems of the sector
II. THE CONCEPT OF INDIGENOUS BUILDING MATERIALS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Variations in national resource capacities
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Indigenous building materials in the context of low-income shelter
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Factors of production for indigenous building materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Scale of production
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. The use of materials in construction
III. CONSTRAINTS LIMITING THE ADOPTION OF INDIGENOUS BUILDING MATERIALS
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Technology of production
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Investment requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Quality of output
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Demand for indigenous materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. Inappropriate use of indigenous building materials in construction
IV. MEASURES FOR ACHIEVING ADOPTION OF INDIGENOUS BUILDING MATERIALS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Transfer and development of appropriate technology
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Formulation of standards for indigenous building materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Reformulation of regulations, codes and other regulatory instruments
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Provision of access to credit and capital
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. Provision of access to raw materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. Institutional support
V. THE PRODUCTION AND USE OF SELECTED INDIGENOUS BUILDING MATERIALS5/
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. Lime
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Pozzolanas and lime-pozzolanas
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Natural pozzolanas
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. Artificial pozzolanas
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. Blended cements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTG. Gypsum-based binders
Annexes
Annex I: CASE STUDIES ON PRODUCTION OF SELECTED INDIGENOUS CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTA. India: production of cement in mini-scale plants
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB. United Republic of Tanzania: lime-pozzolana project at Oldonyo Sambu
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC. Rwanda: production of lime-pozzolana
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD. Indonesia: production of lime-trass binders
VIEW THE DOCUMENTE. India: production of lime clay (surkhi) binders
VIEW THE DOCUMENTF. India: production of lime-rice-husk-ash cements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTG. Botswana: the production of blended cements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTH. India: production of blended cements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Philippines: production of blended cements in Cebu
VIEW THE DOCUMENTJ. Cape Verde: production of gypsum plaster
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAnnex II: INFORMATION ON LIMESTONE DEPOSITS IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAnnex III: INFORMATION ON NATURAL POZZOLANA DEPOSITS IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAnnex IV: RICE-HUSK AVAILABILITY IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES
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