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Construction techniques of domes in some Ottoman baths
In Ottoman bath architecture, the dome is the spherical structural component covering the square planned dressing hall, warm and hot spaces. In this study, the relationship between bond type, dome span, dome height, dome ...
Structural interventions for conservation of the 15th century Tahtakale Bath, Tire, Turkey
(Trans Tech Publications, 2010)
Tahtakale Bath, which is located in the town of Tire in the province of Izmir, Turkey, was constructed in the 15th.century and is one of the outstanding existing examples of Ottoman period baths. The building, which was ...
Three dimensional modeling via photographs for documentation of a village bath
(Copernicus Publications, 2013)
The aim of this study is supporting the conceptual discussions of architectural restoration with three dimensional modeling of monuments based on photogrammetric survey. In this study, a 16th century village bath in Ulamiş, ...
Ettringite formation in historic bath brick-lime plasters
Two types of historic hydraulic brick-lime plasters from a selected Ottoman bath are examined to characterize their technology and the appropriateness of their use in bath. The first type of plaster is original and ...
Visualisation and evaluation of structural characteristics and problems of a classical Ottoman bath
Visual documentation has been accepted as an important phase of architectural heritage conservation. Visualisation of structural characteristics and their problems, however, has gained importance in the last decade. In ...