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Year: 2022

Project partner Conservation International has commissioned and produced a video illustrating the problem of cyclone vulnerability of traditional construction, and how the RC3 project fits is addressing that problem. English / subtitled and Malagasy versions below:

We published this paper at the World Conference on Timber Engineering: WCTE2020-Mada-FullPaper-final  

This video shows how we’ve been testing the types of connection widely used in traditional construction in coastal regions of Madagascar, so we can model the risk these buildings face in a cyclone.


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