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Title:Homes Planned for Coal or Coke
Author(s):Jones, Rudard A.
Contributor(s):Kennedy, Maxine H. (editor)
Subject(s):Buildings
Coal
Abstract:The four houses shown in this circular demonstrate planning principles for homes which are to be heated by coal or coke. Information regarding working drawings for these houses may be secured from the Small Homes Council which arranged the Residential Planning Project. Construction details for fuel bins and ashremoval devices, together with recommended heater-room arrangements, are presented in another circular, "A Solid-Fuel Handbook for Architects and Builders," (to be published). For the purposes of these circulars, the term "solid fuel" applies to all or any of three fuels: anthracite (hard coal), bituminous coal (soft coal), and coke (a fuel manufactured by carbonization of coal).
Issue Date:1949
Publisher:Small Homes Council-Building Research Council. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Series/Report:Circular Series Index No. G3.61
University of Illinois Bulletin Vol. 046, No. 070, May 1949
Genre:circular
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Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/54567
Rights Information:Copyright 1949 University of Illinois Press
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-09-23


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