Detailing for Water: Why Do Buildings Leak? — 2014 Supplement

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Deals with the problems of tree root penetrations on “green” roofs as experienced in Australia and the waterproofing of terraces and balconies.  Also gives details of the CSIRO methods of “Drained joint designs” as applied to claddings.

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The second volume of the 2007 book“Detailing for Water: Why Do Buildings Leak?”  specifically deals with the problems of tree root penetrations on “green” roofs as experienced in Australia and the waterproofing of terraces and balconies.  Also gives details of the CSIRO methods of “Drained joint designs” as applied to claddings.  It in some detail shows the construction of load bearing exterior concrete panel walls on multi-level buildings and the application of the PEDJ system, to it.  (PEDJ = pressure equalised drained joint system developed by the Canadian Research in Ottawa in 1968-1972).  “Thermal bridge” detailing of curtain walls.

Weight 0.192 kg
Dimensions 29 × 22.5 × 0.3 cm

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