Thanks for dropping by again. This time, I want to provide some insight into two scences which I pass every day going to lunch and headed home, i.e. The Iron Men and Brick Women of Chennai.
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Iron Men of Chennai
For over 15 years these Iron Men have been forging iron rebar tools for local construction workers, e.g. Metro Subway. They live on the sidewalks and on the street where jurisdiction gets confusing and without consequence given bureaucracy at work. Yet they serve the need to keep construction moving along in Chennai.
Brick Women of Chennai
For R450/day from 10a to 5p these women of all ages, mostly old pound bricks with a ball peen hammer weighing `10 oz or less. Thus to attain the force required to bust the brick into chunks requires a powerful swing. I continue to witness that women here in India do all the heavy lifting – a strong . The use and performance of concrete made with broken brick as
The use and performance of concrete made with broken brick as coarse aggregate are quite extensive and satisfactory for ordinary concrete here in India.