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A Study on Oeyeokki Technique of Traditional Wall
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Oeyeokki Technique of Traditional Wall
Cho, Young-Min; Kim, Sang-Hyup;
 
 Abstract
Oeyeokki to plaster work of Korea Cultural Heritage is proceeding to cinstruction using bamboo as main material. But as a resut of a review Uigwe and various documents, use miscellaneous tree instead of bamboo, many also point the other way construction. Now Oeyeokki using Joonghit, nuloe and seoloe for construction as shaped '井' to base framework, Chosun era used joongkit, gasisae, norubal, Oe. Also confirmed joongkit, norubal, gasisae is composed of joints and custom structural role has. Therefore, we need to consider Oeyeokki work in the Cultural Heritage Corporation actively with the use of gasisae and norubal.
 Keywords
Wall;Plastering;Oeyeokki Joongkit(a small reinforcing post inside a wall);Gasisae;
 Language
Korean
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