Building with bamboo: a handbook

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Intermediate Technology Publications, 2003 - Architecture - 65 pages
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This revised handbook brings together the practical experiences of engineers in the field and of research programmes testing bamboo. The author shows how bamboo can be harvested, seasoned and jointed to form walls, doors and windows, roofs, floors, ceilings, roof trusses and bridges, and how to weave bamboo.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Harvesting and preservation
4
Mechanical and economic considerations
12
Copyright

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