STP 1432 provides nineteen peer-reviewed papers on historical, current, and predicted masonry issues, ranging from studies of the behavior of historic masonry, through basic research into the behavior and potential application of innovative masonry materials. Subjects cover historic structures, material testing, evaluation techniques, and new products and systems.
This new publication is a valuable technical resource for those involved n the production, design, or testing of masonry products or assemblies, including designers, manufacturers, engineers, architects, or consultants.
Specifying Historic Materials: The Use of Lime
Sheehan M., Sickels-Taves L.
High Pozzolan Mortars and Stuccos
The Effect of Acid Rain on Magnesium Hydroxide Contained in Cement-Lime Mortar
Berman S., Drage D., Tate M.
Emley Plasticity Testing: First Steps to a Precision and Bias Statement
Godbey R., Thomson M.
A traditional vertical batch lime kiln: thermal profile and quicklime characteristics
Banfill P., Bartos P., Hughes J., Swift D.
Spalling of Brick
Predicting the Freeze-Thaw Durability of Bricks Based on Residual Expansion
Brosnan D., Frederic J., Sanders J., Seaverson E.
Determining Concrete Masonry Unit Compressive Strength Using Coupon Testing
Mujumdar V., Thomas R.
Predicting Grouted Concrete Masonry Prism Strength
Thomas R., Thompson J., Walloch C.
Inter-Laboratory Study to Establish the Precision and Bias of Bond-Wrench Testing under ASTM C 1329 and C 1357
Holser P., Klingner R., Melander J.
Increasing the Cost-Effectiveness of Interlaboratory Studies and Routine Comparative Testing: A Practical Example Involving Masonry Bond Strength
Klingner R., Press P., Thomas R., Walloch C.
Inspection and Evaluation of Masonry Facades
Cinnamon A., Gerns E.
Air Barriers for Masonry Walls
Confirmation of Anomalous Diffusion in Non-saturated Porous Building Materials by a New Capillary Rise Absorption Test
Chevalier J., Goyer M., Küntz M., Lavallée P., Riopelle P.
Masonry Wall Materials Prepared by Using Agriculture Waste, Lime, and Burnt Clay
Day R., Martirena F., Mickley J., Middendorf B.
Paper ID: STP1432-EB