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Re: GSBN:a request for information from Russia...

<font size=3>Hi Bill -- I think there may be a crossed wire or crossed
code... I went to reply to a GSBN item, from David E and Kelly Lerner,
and the address popped up as NBCTX
Or maybe DE has crossed the wires.... I can't tell.&amp;nbsp; Check out the
subject above. 
At 09:29 AM 11/7/2006, you wrote: 
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite="">Hey David, 
I'd recommend that he contact Evgeny Shirokov in Belarus for the most
"local" information. I have three email addresses listed for
Evgeny: inlar@...,  iaebd@..., 
bel_habitat@.... Good luck!  
At 10:00 PM 11/6/2006, strawnet@...: 
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite="">&amp;nbsp; This came to DCAT today
and I was thinking that someone else on this listserve may be better able
to be a resource to this person than we are. Particularly all the
questions relating to materials and methods that would be appropriate
there. gPlease let me know off line if anyone does respond or cc me.
&amp;nbsp;David Eisenberg  
&amp;nbsp; Email: avdeev.v@...: Message... Good afternoon! My
name is Vladimir, I live in the Caucuses, Stavropol, Russia. When I was
building my first brick house, I began to think about ecology of building
materials, especially recently developed and it didn?&#xA5;&#xFA;t suit me. I began
to think, how did our ancestry built, how did they decide the problem of
thermal protection and reliability of the constructions? I searched
information in the Internet, but I found small historical articles and
modest description of straw houses in Belorussia. I decided to built
house with main frame fulfilling straw blocks, so I have some questions:
1. Is it necessary to plaster straw walls from both sides (inside and
outside) 2. How long does plaster get dry? ( if works will begun now in
autumn or in the beginning of winter)? Does straw get wet inside? How
much time does the straw need to get dry? 3. Is it possible to use dry
panels instead of pastel, for outside layer - panel from cement and wood
cutting? And for inside works &#xD0; stucco &amp;amp; pasteboard sslabs (though
everyone uses plaster) 4. Is it necessary to work up the straw and how?
(against rodent, rotten stuff &amp;amp; fire) 5. Could you present other
photos concerning main frame and decorating of the straw houses? 6. Could
you inform me, how much does it cost to built straw houses (I mean
expences, the cost of straw blocks) Thank you in advance. 
&amp;nbsp; Sincerely yours, Vladimir Avdeev 
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Kelly Lerner, Architect 
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