SEDL / STP / STP1063-EB
Masonry: Components to Assemblages
Presents 28 papers that address:
recent developments in materials, components, and performance of assemblages
up-to-date material on new test method development and review and design philosophy
performance of conventional and new materials under ASTM specifications
substantiation and/or deficiencies of existing ASTM specification criteria
critical examination of application of ASTM test methods
problem areas in masonry and purposed solutions
and structural design and analysis methodologies.
Table of Contents
Discussion of Paper, “Initial Rate of Absorption of Clay Brick” by William C. Bailey, John H. Matthys, and Joseph E. Edwards
Lauersdorf L., Robinson G.
Initial Rate of Absorption of Clay Brick Considering Both Bed Surfaces in the as Received Condition and After Outside Exposure
Bailey W., Edwards J., Matthys J.
ASTM C90 Concrete Masonry Units Using Lightweight Aardelite Aggregate
Dunstan E., Hay P.
Recommended Test for Slip Resistance on Brick Surfaces
The Properties of Masonry Grout in Concrete Masonry
Hedstrom E., Hogan M.
Effects of Aggregate Gradation on Properties of Masonry Cement and Portland Cement-Lime Masonry Mortars
Buchanan C., Call B.
Masonry Cements — A Laboratory Investigation
Dubovoy V., Ribar J.
A Bentonite Clay Plasticizer in Masonry Mortars
The Development of Ready Mixed Mortar in the United States
Gates R., Nelson R., Pistilli M.
Quality Control of Mortars: Cubes vs. Cylinders
Brown M., Schmidt S., Tate R.
Performance of Mortars Produced Under the Proportion Specification of ASTM C-270-86a
Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel and Wall Ties in Masonry Systems
Haver C., Heidersbach R., Jones D., Keeling D., Somayaji S.
Experimental Investigation of Mortar Compressive Strength Using 5.08 cm. Cubes and 7.62 cm. × 15.24 cm. Cylinders
Matthys J., Singh R.
The Effect of Constituent Proportions on Stress — Strain Characteristics of Portland Cement — Lime Mortar and Grout
Sriboonlue W., Wallo E.
IRA and the Flexural Bond Strength of Clay Brick Masonry
A Compilation of Flexural Bond Stresses for Solid and Hollow Non-reinforced Clay Masonry and Portland-Lime Mortars
Nondestructive Evaluation of Masonry: An Update
Atkinson R., Kingsley G., Noland J.
Compression Tests of Hollow Brick Units and Prisms
Borchelt J., Brown R.
Anchor Connections of Stone Slabs
Amrhein J., Hatch R., Merrigan M.
A Critical Review of Field Adapting ASTM E 514 Water Permeability Test Method
A Discussion of the Abuse of Some Common Masonry Industry Practices
Crooks R., Herget F.
Problems & Cures in Masonry
Research of Physical Properties of Masonry Assemblages Using Regional Materials
Laska W., Munro C., Nelson R., Ostrander C.
Concrete Masonry Prism and Wall Flexural Bond Strength Using Conventional Masonry Mortars
The Potential for Traffic Noise Reduction by Thin Masonry Panels
In-Plane Seismic Resistance of Two-Story Coupled Concrete Masonry Walls
Antrobus N., Klingner R., Leiva G., Merryman M.
Masonry Wall Drainage Test — A Proposed Method for Field Evaluation of Masonry Cavity Walls for Resistance to Water Leakage
Towards Developing a Flexural Strength Design Methodology for Concrete Masonry
Assis G., Hamid A., Harris H.
Aspects of Blast Resistant Masonry Design
Paper ID: STP1063-EB
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