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Seismic improvement of exposed masonry walls with carbon fiber connectors

In this article, we present a new low-impact technology for the seismic improvement of exposed stone masonry walls. It involves the use of transverse connectors made of CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced polymer) inserted into drilled holes in the stone elements of the facade. This technology allows for interventions to be carried out solely from the exterior of the building, preserving its architectural features and ensuring compatibility and durability of the intervention.

Seismic improvement of exposed masonry walls with carbon fiber connectors

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