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|Title:||Behavioural Characteristics of Brick Masonry|
|Authors:||Keyl, van der Reinier|
|Advisor:||Drysdale, Robert G.|
|Keywords:||Civil Engineering;Civil Engineering|
|Abstract:||<p>In this project, the behaviour of brick masonry under various states of stress is discussed. These stress states include: axial compression, eccentric compression, flexure and in-plane shear. In addition, the creep and shrinkage characteristics of brickwork and the effect of grouting on the axial capacity of brick masonry assemblages are investigated on a preliminary basis. Comprehensive literature reviews and results of accompanying series of tests are presented and discussed.</p>|
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