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CLOSE THIS BOOKSmall-Scale Brickmaking (ILO - WEP, 1984, 228 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPREFACE
CHAPTER I - INTRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Purpose and objectives of the memorandum
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Target audience
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Comparison between bricks and other building materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Scales of production covered by this memorandum
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. Content of the memorandum
CHAPTER II - RAW MATERIALS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Origin and distribution of raw materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Types of clay
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Clay testing and significance of results
CHAPTER III - QUARRYING TECHNIQUES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Organisation and management of the quarry
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Methods of winning the clay
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Transportation to the works
CHAPTER IV - CLAY PREPARATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Main clay preparation phases
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Sorting
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Crushing
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Sieving
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. Proportioning
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. Mixing, wetting and tempering
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII. Testing
CHAPTER V - SHAPING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Description of bricks to be produced
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Methods of shaping
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Transportation of bricks to drying areas
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Skill requirements and training
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. Productivity of labour
CHAPTER VI - DRYING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Objectives of drying
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Artificial drying
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Natural drying
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Shrinkage
CHAPTER VII - FIRING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Objectives of firing
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Techniques of firing
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Kiln designs
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Auxiliary equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. Fuel
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. Productivity
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII. Brick testing
CHAPTER VIII - MORTARS AND RENDERINGS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Purpose and principles
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Mortar types
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Mixing and use
CHAPTER IX - ORGANISATION OF PRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Preliminary investigations
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Infrastructure
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Layout
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Skill requirements
CHAPTER X - METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE ESTIMATION OF UNIT PRODUCTION COSTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. The methodological framework
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Application of the methodological framework
CHAPTER XI - SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF ALTERNATIVE BRICK MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Employment generation
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Total investment costs and foreign exchange savings
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Unit production cost
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Rural industrialisation
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. Multiplier effects
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. Energy requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII. Conclusion
APPENDICES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX I - Glossary of technical terms
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX II - Bibliographical references
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX III - Institutes from where information can be obtained
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX IV - List of equipment suppliers
VIEW THE DOCUMENTQUESTIONNAIRE
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