IAEE Guidelines for Earthquake Resistant Non-Engineered Construction (English Edition by NICEE)
The 'Guidelines for Earthquake Resistant Non-Engineered Construction' was published by the International Association for Earthquake Engineering (IAEE) in 1986 with the objective of improving the seismic safety of non-engineered housing constructions. Such structures are usually built by common man across many developing countries. It offers basic concepts and construction techniques to improve the earthquake resistance of these commonly built houses. The National Information Center of Earthquake Engineering of India (NICEE) is pleased to offer the second reprint of the English version of these Guidelines. The excellent layout and design of this document was developed by The Indian Concrete Journal (ICJ) of ACC as part of the first reprint of these Guidelines.

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  IAEE English Manual
        Front Cover
        Chapter 1 : The Problem, Objective and Scope
        Chapter 2: Structural Performance During Earthqaukes
        Chapter 3: General Concepts of Earthquake Resisting Design
        Chapter 4: Buildings in Fired-Brick and other Masonry Units
        Chapter 5: Stone Buildings
        Chapter 6: Wooden Buildings
        Chapter 7: Earthern Buildings
        Chapter 8: Non Engineered Reinforced Concrete Buildings
        Chapter 9: Repair Restoration and Strengthening of Buildings
        Back Cover