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NATURALHAZARDS CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF MASONRY HOUSES NATURALHAZARDS CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF MASONRY HOUSES For masons and craftsmen MARCIAL BLONDET Editor AUTHORS PUCP Director: Dr. Eng. Marcial Blondet Construction: Eng. Iván Bragagnini Structures: Mag. Eng. Gianfranco Ottazzi Architecture: Arch. Mariana Bidart Research Assistant: Eng. Nicola Tarque Research Assistant: Eng. Miguel Mosqueira Design and edition: Arch. Mariana Bidart Art: Mr. Víctor Sanjinez Translation: En
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  NATURAL HAZARDS  CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF MASONRY HOUSES  NATURAL HAZARDS CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCEOF MASONRY HOUSES F or masons and craftsmen MARCIAL BLONDET Editor SENCICO Technical Consultant:   Ing. Carmen Kuroiwa Technical Consultant:   Ing. Gabriela Esparza AUTHORS PUCP Director:   Dr. Eng. Marcial Blondet Construction:   Eng. Iván Bragagnini Structures:   Mag. Eng. Gianfranco Ottazzi Architecture:   Arch. Mariana Bidart Research Assistant:   Eng. Nicola Tarque Research Assistant:   Eng. Miguel Mosqueira Design and edition:   Arch. Mariana Bidart Art: Mr. Víctor Sanjinez Translation: Eng. Gladys Villa Garcia  CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF MASONRY HOUSES Second edition: January 2005 Version 3.0 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF MASONRY HOUSESFor masons and craftsmen© Marcial Blondet© Pontificia Universidad Católica del PerúUniversity Avenue, San Miguel, Lima 32, PeruPhone 626-2000E mail: inveciv@pucp.edu.pe© SENCICOCanada Avenue 1568, San Borja, Lima 41, PeruPhone 475-3821E mail: din1@sencico.com.peTotal or partial reproduction of this publication by any means is permitted al long as the source iscredited. Printed in Peru   Acknow ledgem ents  The authors thank the following persons and institutions for their help in the elaboration of thisbooklet:- To PUCP students Miguel Baca, Joen Bazán, Michael Dueñas, Roberto Flores, Sandra Godenzi, JohanLaucata, José Puente, Paúl Rojo and Carla Valdivieso.  They visited various cities of the Peruviancoast to collect information about informal constructions.- To engineers Julio Arango, Antonio Blanco, Carlos Casabonne, Héctor Gallegos, Gerardo Jáuregui,Alejandro Muñoz, Pablo Orihuela, Julio Rivera and Ángel San Bartolomé.  All of them reviewed apreliminary version of this booklet and contributed with valuable suggestions.-To Professor Richard Klingner for his contributions to the second version of the booklet and for hisreview of the translation from Spanish to English.- To the Dirección Académica de Investigación (Academic Direction of Research) of the PUCP and toSENCICO for the economic support given to carry out on-site activities and to develop this booklet.- To the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) of California, U.S.A. for the funding of thesecond printing of this booklet. I n appreciation  The authors wish to state that they have been inspired and have taken material from the followingexcellent booklets about masonry construction:-  Gallegos, Ríos, Cassabonne, Ucelli, Icochea and Arango. 1995. Construyendo con ladrillo  (Building with Brick), CAPECO, Lima, Perú.- Asociación Colombiana de Ingeniería Sísmica (Colombian Association of EarthquakeEngineering). 2001. Manual de construcción, evaluación y rehabilitación sism o resistente de viviendas de m am postería  (Handbook for construction, evaluation and seismicrehabilitation of masonry houses). AIS, Colombia.
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