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RE: GSBN:Compression



I think maybe she is interested in the difference in compression for bales
on edge vs. bales laid flat...

Rikki Nitzkin
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www.casasdepaja.com (Red de Construcci?n con Balas de Paja)
 
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: GSBN [<a  target="_blank" href="mailto:GSBN@...";>mailto:GSBN@...] En nombre de Derek Roff
> Enviado el: mi?rcoles, 18 de abril de 2007 21:02
> Para: GSBN
> Asunto: Re: GSBN:Compression
> 
> Hi, Maren,
> 
> Can you explain more fully the information that you are looking for?
> Reading your question, I am unsure of what you want.  Obviously, bales
> can be compressed different amounts, using different compression
> systems, such as straps, threaded rod, pneumatic tubes, etc.  People
> often refer to these methods as pre-compression.  Is that what you are
> thinking about?
> 
> In theory, unplastered bales under load will compress indefinitely.  In
> a wall assembly, the engineers assure us that the plaster takes the
> load, and plastered bales won't compress any further.
> 
> Derek
> 
> --On April 18, 2007 6:47:20 PM +0000 Maren Termens
> autoconstruccin@... wrote:
> 
> > Hi all!
> >
> > Does somebody know the % of compression of bales layed on side?
> >
> >  Thanks, Maren
> >
> 
> 
> 
> Derek Roff
> Language Learning Center
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> University of New Mexico
> Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
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>