Hoigard Kurt, Scheffler Michael
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Twelve peer-reviewed papers demonstrate the continuing advancement in the understanding of dimension stone used in building construction. Topics cover:
Strength Testingaddresses testing to determine strength characteristics of dimension stone cladding panels.
Designcovers a wide range of topics, including the advantages and disadvantages of three common dimension stone paving installation techniques; the relationships between stone material strength, anchorage strength, and induced stress states for four common dimension stone cladding anchorage configurations; and more.
Evaluation and Investigationprovides observations regarding investigations into the causes of dimension stone cladding deterioration and failure.
Durabilitydiscusses the complex issue of dimension stone durability using three different approaches; a large-scale European research project to investigate the causes of marble and limestone cladding panel bowing, develop preconstruction testing parameters to assess bowing potential, and assess proposed remedial efforts to reduce or inhibit ongoing bowing; and more.
Full-scale Flexural Strength Testing for Stone Cladding Design
Gerns E., Naggatz S.
Testing of Composite Stone Faced Aluminum Honeycomb Panels
Kneezel D., Scheffler M.
Material Strength Considerations in Dimension Stone Anchorage Design
Hoigard K., Lammert B.
Stiffness Considerations in Dimension Stone Anchorage Design
Conroy K., Hoigard K.
Durability of Marble Cladding—A Comprehensive Literature Review
Christiansen C., Grelk B., Malaga K., Schouenborg B.
Testing and Assessment of Marble and Limestone (TEAM)—Important Results from a Large European Research Project on Cladding Panels
Grelk B., Malaga K., Schouenborg B.
Comparison of Field Testing with Laboratory Testing of the Durability of Stone
Bortz S., Powers L., Wonneberger B.
Paper ID: STP1499-EB