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Re: Strawbale engineering

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try not to outwit yourself in analysis of straw ball houses-
think gravity as in a gravity retaining wall as shown in old structural engineering books

The R value is 55 for energy analysis- as opposed to R19 for a 2x6 stud wall with insulation or R11 for a 2x4 wall.

Stan Scholl, P.E.
Laguna Beach, CA
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