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-> Compression
     by Maren Termens autoconstruccin@...
-> Article on Loadbearing 
     by "Andre_de_Bouter" forum@...


Date: 19 Apr 2007 01:06:40 -0500
From: Maren Termens autoconstruccin@...
Subject: Compression


sorry that my question wasn't precise. Rikki is right, the idea was to know
difference in compression for bales
on edge vs. bales laid flat. But some of you answered that's almost the
same...thanks for your help!!!



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De: Rikki Nitzkin rikkinitzkin@...
Para: GSBN GSBN@...
Enviado: miercoles, 18 de abril, 2007 21:11:23
Asunto: RE: GSBN:Compression

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

Rikki Nitzkin
Aulas, Lleida, Espana
(0034)657 33 51 62 
www.casasdepaja.com (Red de Construccion con Balas de Paja)

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> De: GSBN [<a  target="_blank" href="mailto:GSBN@...";>mailto:GSBN@...] En nombre de Derek Roff
> Enviado el: miercoles, 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
> Ortega Hall 129, MSC03-2100
> University of New Mexico
> Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
> 505/277-7368, fax 505/277-3885
> Internet: derek@...

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Date: 19 Apr 2007 13:46:43 -0500
From: "Andre_de_Bouter" forum@...
Subject: Article on Loadbearing 

Hello everyone,

I've been asked to write an article on loadbearing SB construction for a
French ecological construction/home magazine and therefore I'm looking
for some nice pictures of finished loadbearing homes (both small and
larger) and some jobsite action.

Anyone? (feel free to clog my inbox ;-)



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