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structural masonry

structural masonry

structural masonry

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I am searching for literature of structural masonry. Any one have an idea where i can find it ?

RE: structural masonry

Check ACI 530...that is the Building Code for Structural masonry

RE: structural masonry

Also check out James Amrhein's Reinforced Masonry Design Handbook or Masonry Design Manual.  These publications may be available at the Masonry Institute of America.

RE: structural masonry

Look at anything by J Morton of Brick Development Association, UK. He's produced a number of very well detailed papers on Structural Masonry and it's design and detailing. Recommended!

BS5628 is the UK standard, in 3 parts. Also "Handbook to BS5628" by Heseltine & Moore.

AS3700 is the Australian code.

Anthony Tugwell
Project Director & Consulting Engineer - now in Australia

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