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CLOSE THIS BOOKSmall-Scale Manufacture of Stabilised Soil Blocks (ILO - WEP, 1987, 204 p.)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPREFACE
VIEW THE DOCUMENTACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES OF THE MEMORANDUM
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. NEED TO IMPROVE TECHNIQUES FOR PRODUCTION OF STABILISED SOIL BLOCKS
III. COMPARISON BETWEEN STABILISED SOIL BLOCKS AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1. Compressive strength
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2. Moisture movement
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3. Density and thermal properties
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.4. Durability, maintenance and appearance
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. SCALES OF PRODUCTION COVERED BY THE MEMORANDUM
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. CONTENT OF THE MEMORANDUM
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. TARGET AUDIENCE
CHAPTER II. RAW MATERIALS, TESTING AND STABILISERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. RAW MATERIALS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. QUARRYING THE RAW MATERIAL
III. SOIL TESTING PROCEDURES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.1. Preliminary on-site tests
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.2. Further soil testing procedures
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII.3. Laboratory testing methods
IV. SOIL STABILISERS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.1. Principles of soil stabilisation
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2. Soil stabilisation methods
CHAPTER III. PRE-PROCESSING OF RAW MATERIALS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. THE NEED FOR PRE-PROCESSING
II. GRINDING
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.1. Simple hand tools
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.2. Pendulum crusher
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII.3. Other hand-powered methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. SIEVING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. PROPORTIONING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. MIXING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. PRODUCTIVITY OF LABOUR AND EQUIPMENT
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII. QUANTITY OF MATERIALS REQUIRED
CHAPTER IV. FORMING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. BUILDING STANDARDS AND BLOCKS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: DENSITY AND MOULDING PRESSURE RELATIONSHIPS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. BLOCK FORMING METHODS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. SOIL TESTING PRIOR TO PRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. BLOCK SIZES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. PROPOSED TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR COMPRESSED SOIL BLOCKS
VII. SOIL BLOCK MAKING MACHINES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.1. The CINVA-Ram press
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.2. The CETA-Ram press
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.3. Landcrete press/Presse Terstaram
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.4. Tek-Block press
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.5. Winget block making machine
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.6. Ellson Blockmaster Stabilised Soil Block Press
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.7. Consolid AG
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.8. Supertor block making machine
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.9. Maquina block making machine
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.10. Brepak block making machine
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.11. Zora hydraulic block press
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.12. Latorex system
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.13. Astram block making machine
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.14. Tecmor equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.15. Meili 60 manual soil block press
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII.16. Terrablock Duplex Machine
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVIII. WORLD SURVEY OF SOIL BLOCK MAKING EQUIPMENT
CHAPTER V. CURING AND TESTING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. INTRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. THE NEED FOR CURING AND TESTING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. METHODS OF CURING
IV. TESTING STABILISED SOIL BUILDING BLOCKS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.1. Site testing procedures
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.2. Laboratory testing methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.3. Durability tests
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.4. Long-term exposure tests
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV.5. Selection of an exposure site
CHAPTER VI. MORTARS AND RENDERINGS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. NEED FOR MORTARS AND RENDERINGS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. MORTAR TYPES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. TYPES OF RENDERING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. MIXING AND USE
CHAPTER VII. COSTING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. VARIATIONS IN COSTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. APPLICATION OF THE METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK
CHAPTER VIII. SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. INTRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. ACCEPTANCE AND APPLICATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. EMPLOYMENT GENERATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. INVESTMENT COSTS AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE SAVINGS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. PRODUCTION COST OF STABILISED SOIL BLOCKS AND BUILDING COSTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. CONCLUDING REMARKS
APPENDICES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX I. GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX II. INFORMATION SOURCES ON STABILISED SOIL BLOCKS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX III. LIST OF EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS AND MANUFACTURES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX IV. BIBLIOGRAPHY
VIEW THE DOCUMENTQUESTIONNAIRE
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