Evaluation of Compressed Lime Plaster tadelakt as a Protective Covering for Earth Structures

@inproceedings{Macas2019EvaluationOC,
  title={Evaluation of Compressed Lime Plaster tadelakt as a Protective Covering for Earth Structures},
  author={Brenda Estefan{\'i}a D{\'i}az Mac{\'i}as},
  year={2019}
}
If we observe popular constructive traditions, we could obtain solutions for our current construction necessities that require less use of the limited resources available. An example of these traditions is tadelakt, a historical Moroccan coating created 2,000 years ago and whose name, translated from the Arabic means, “rubbing”; it is based on highly hydraulic lime from the hills surrounding Marrakech, mineral pigments and vegetable soap. It was discovered by accident, when people realized that… 

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