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Construction industrielle by R. Astier, J. Bresciani, R. Coste, L. Jourdan

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Beckmann (1995) addresses the structural aspects of building conservation. A history of building form 29 3 Penhurst Place, Kent. The roof to the Great Hall, which remains almost precisely as it was when originally built by Sir John de Pulteney in 1340. 31 3 The characteristics of timber No intelligent appraisal of any structure can be made unless the characteristics of the construction material are understood. While this is true generally, it is especially so for timber which, as an organic material, has a particularly complex structure.

Class 3C: upward-facing rebates. These will act as a reservoir. Hazard class 4 Here the timber is in contact with the ground or fresh water, and thus is permanently exposed to wetting. . Class 4A: ground level. For timber in this location, a permanent supply of moisture will retain the MC of at least the contact face above 20%, and fungal attack, in the long term, is inevitable. Most barns which had a sole plate in contact with the earth have had them replaced long ago, or have been lifted up and a few courses of brick inserted.

Celery, for instance, can be broken down into starches and sugars by the relatively feeble human digestive system, and herbivores such as cattle are able to eat grasses and leaves within grazing height. If a tree is to run its allotted span of, say, 200 years or more, it will need to protect the vulnerable sapwood with bark, which contains tannin, and to o€er fruits as a distraction to other animals. Nevertheless, the substances of the trunkÐcellulose, hemicellulose and ligninsÐare combined in such a way that only a relative handful of fungi and insects have discovered a method of using timber as a food source, and then only under certain conditions.

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