Published March 15, 2007
by Geological Society of London .
Written in English
|Contributions||R. Prikryl (Editor), B. J. Smith (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
Stone Decay in the Architectural Environment, Issue Volume of Geological Society of America Special Paper Special papers Stone decay in the architectural environment: Editor: Alice V. Turkington: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Geological Society of America, ISBN: , Length: 61 pages: Subjects. This volume is composed of selected papers presented at these symposia. Part 1, Stone Properties and Testing, deals with properties of stone applied essentially to durability of aggregate stone. Part 2, Stone Weathering, samples this broad subject. And Part 3, Stone Preservation, introduces many difficulties and complexities of stone treatment. This book brings together papers by scientists, conservators and building surveyors active in stone decay and conservation research within the UK. It addresses issues of stone weathering, mechanisms and rates, the effects of urban pollution, cleaning methods, and the . The problem of the decay and conservation of stone-built heritage is a complex one, requiring input across many disciplines to identify appropriate remedial steps and management strategies.
Chapter 1 1 Stone Decay 1 CHARACTERIZING THE STONE 2 DESCRIBING DECAY 3 HOW SERIOUS IS IT? MEASURING THE EXTENT AND SEVERITY OF DECAY the review, which was subsequently published in the book Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research, was to inform GCI Building and main-. Dream of the Red Chamber, also called The Story of the Stone, or Hongloumeng (simplified Chinese: 红楼梦; traditional Chinese: 紅樓夢; pinyin: Hónglóumèng), composed by Cao Xueqin, is one of China's Four Great Classical was written some time in the middle of the 18th century during the Qing considered a masterpiece of Chinese literature, the novel is generally. Good building stone can be found most anywhere, usually free for the gathering. We built our 1,square-foot home with 18 pickup loads of free boulders, most of which were gathered from a single. The Decay of the Building Stones of the City of New York and Vicinity - Means of Protection and Preservation of Stone (September ) (Continued from August ) by Dr. Alexis A. Julien, The Manufacturer and Builder, Vol. 22, Issue pg. , September (Article in digital images viewed at American Memory, Library of Congress.).
Natural Stone Institute Testing Lab Receives Three Distinctions. The Natural Stone Institute testing lab has received validation by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for the ASTM C97 test method for absorption and bulk specific gravity of dimension stone. A minor problem is the build up of mildew that can occur on surfaces that remain in the shade. Presently, there isn’t any evidence that plastic based landscaping lumber poses any health risks. Masonry Stone, brick or pre-cast concrete (including “cinder blocks”) can be used to construct raised beds and offer a wide range of choices. Weather and its effects are the fundamental cause of decay, leading to problems such as damp, mould, woodworm and fungi. Wood, brick and stone are the three most common building materials, and each of these reacts differently to the effects of weathering. Many techniques exist for assessing the decay of built, dressed, and other cultural stone. Few, if any, however, offer the site steward/manager a straightforward, cost-effective, and rapid method for analyzing inherent stone stability.