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Assessment of damage in low-rise buildings, with particular reference to progressive foundation movement. Revised 1995<BR>(DG 251) <B>DOWNLOAD</B>

Assessment of damage in low-rise buildings, with particular reference to progressive foundation movement. Revised 1995
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by R Driscoll (01-Jan-1995)

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Discusses the assessment and classification of visible damage resulting from structural distortion. Includes a table classifying cracks from category 0 (hairline cracks of less than about 0.1mm width) to category 5 (cracks usually greater than 25mm width). 8 pages.

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