SEDL / STP / STP996-EB
New Stone Technology, Design, and Construction for Exterior Wall Systems
International authorities present previously unpublished material on development of exterior wall systems, emphasizing prefabrication and panelization techniques, long-term performance, and testing and analysis. Covers the causes of wall failures and methods for reducing this possibility. For architects, structural engineers, and stone wall fabricators.
Table of Contents
The New Stone Age: Overcoming the Structural Stumbling Blocks
Cantor I., Juda M.
Some Field Problems with Thin Veneer Building Stones
Bortz S., Erlin B., Monk C.
Design Considerations for Using Stone Veneer on High-Rise Buildings
Selection, Purchase, and Delivery of Building Stone—the Obstacle Course
Design Criteria for Thin Stone/Truss Wall Systems
Truss Supported Stone Panel Systems
Stone Veneer-Faced Precast Concrete Panels
Stone on Precast Concrete or Steel in Wall Design and Construction
Posttensioned Panels of Indiana Limestone
Stone Veneer and Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Panels
Thin Stone Veneers—A Steel/Silicone Diaphragm System
Loper W., Obermeier T.
Rediscovering Marble and Natural Stone
Exterior Wall Systems Performance and Design Criteria: Should These Vary with Different Types of Cladding Systems—Glass Fiber Reinforced Cement, Stone, Metal, Glass—Panel, Frame, or Veneer?
Structural Silicone Sealants Used to Adhere Stone Panels on Exterior Building Facades
Carbary L., Schoenherr W.
The Marriage of Glass and Stone
Peterson C., Smith D.
Paper ID: STP996-EB
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