Degradation of rammed earth under wind-driven rain: The case of Fujian Tulou, China

@article{Luo2020DegradationOR,
  title={Degradation of rammed earth under wind-driven rain: The case of Fujian Tulou, China},
  author={Yi Luo and Mengqi Yang and Pengpeng Ni and Xing Qian Peng and Xiaxia Yuan},
  journal={Construction and Building Materials},
  year={2020},
  volume={261},
  pages={119989}
}
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