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Improving the Seismic Performance of Stone Masonry Buildings

This World Housing Encyclopedia (WHE) tutorial is available as a free electronic version due to the generous support of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering and the Earthquake Engineering Center of the University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan. Authored by Jitendra Bothara of New Zealand and EERI member Svetlana Brzev of Canada, the tutorial focuses on traditional stone masonry dwellings, primarily in earthquake-prone countries of Asia, explaining the underlying causes for their poor seismic performance and offering techniques for improving both new and existing buildings. The World Housing Encyclopedia is a joint project of EERI and the International Association for Earthquake Engineering (IAEE).

To download a free electronic version, visit http://www.world-housing.net/tutorials/stone-tutorials.

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