[GSBN] earthquake footings

Kyle Holzhueter nihondaigaku.kairu at gmail.com
Sun Nov 9 08:20:40 CST 2014


Traditionally in Japan, buildings were not secured to their foundations for
this same reason, and could be repositioned after an earthquake. The weight
of the roof and walls held the building down during typhoons.

Kyle

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Kyle Holzhueter  PhD (Bioresource Sciences), Research Associate
Nihon University, Graduate School of Bioresource Sciences
Architectural and Regional Ecological Design Studio
1866 Kameino Fujisawa Kanagawa 252-0880 Japan

カイル・ホルツヒューター 博士(生物資源科学) 研究員
日本大学大学院 生物資源科学研究科
建築・地域共生デザイン研究室
〒252-0880 神奈川県藤沢市亀井野1866

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