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Preface to the Second Edition | p. xiii |
Preface to the First Edition | p. xvii |
Acknowledgments | p. xix |
Notation | p. xxi |
Acronyms | p. xxvii |
Introduction | p. 1 |
What is Masonry? | p. 1 |
Plain and Reinforced Masonry | p. 1 |
A Brief History of Masonry Construction | p. 2 |
Evolution of Reinforced Masonry | p. 3 |
Unreinforced and Reinforced Masonry | p. 5 |
Historical Development of Building Codes and Standards for Masonry Construction | p. 6 |
Design Methods | p. 9 |
Load Combinations | p. 11 |
References | p. 14 |
Masonry Units: Applications, Types, Sizes, and Classification | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Application of Masonry Units in Construction | p. 1 |
General Description of Masonry Units | p. 2 |
Clay Building Brick | p. 4 |
Functional Aspects | p. 15 |
Concrete Masonry Units | p. 23 |
Bonds and Patterns in Masonry Work | p. 35 |
Structural Requirements for Masonry in Stack Bond | p. 41 |
Mortar Joints | p. 42 |
Types of Wall Construction | p. 43 |
Glass Unit Masonry | p. 46 |
Mortarless Block Systems | p. 51 |
Prefabricated Masonry | p. 51 |
Autoclaved Aerated Concrete | p. 54 |
References | p. 55 |
Materials of Masonry Construction | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Mortar | p. 1 |
Grout | p. 6 |
Differences between Mortar, Grout, and Concrete | p. 11 |
Compressive Strength of Masonry | p. 12 |
Steel Reinforcement | p. 15 |
Modulus of Elasticity of Masonry Materials | p. 22 |
Thermal Effects on Masonry | p. 23 |
Influence of Moisture on Masonry: Shrinkage | p. 25 |
Creep of Masonry | p. 27 |
References | p. 28 |
Design of Reinforced Masonry Beams | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Historical Development | p. 2 |
Strength Design Philosophy | p. 2 |
Assumptions in Strength Design Philosophy | p. 5 |
Analysis of Rectangular Sections in Flexure | p. 7 |
Modulus of Rupture and Nominal Cracking Moment of a Masonry Beam | p. 26 |
Design of Masonry Beams | p. 31 |
Procedure for Flexural Design of Beams | p. 41 |
Overreinforced Beams | p. 53 |
Design for Shear in Reinforced Masonry Beams | p. 56 |
Lateral Support of Masonry Beams | p. 69 |
Analysis of Doubly Reinforced Masonry Beams | p. 69 |
Lintels | p. 74 |
Masonry Wall Beams (Deep Wall Beams) | p. 101 |
Bond Beams | p. 109 |
Diaphragm Action | p. 111 |
Flexural Strength of a Wall due to In-Plane Loads | p. 115 |
Development Lengths for Reinforcing Bars | p. 117 |
Serviceability Criteria for Beams | p. 119 |
Service Load Analysis of Reinforced Masonry Beams | p. 120 |
Deflections of Reinforced Masonry Beams | p. 126 |
References | p. 139 |
Columns | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Behavior of Axially Loaded Columns | p. 4 |
Axial Strength of Reinforced Masonry Columns | p. 7 |
MSJC Code Provisions for Reinforced Masonry Columns | p. 10 |
Analysis of Reinforced Masonry Columns | p. 16 |
Design Procedure for Reinforced Masonry Columns | p. 21 |
Columns under Combined Axial Load and Bending | p. 28 |
Discussion and Interpretation of the Axial Load-Bending Moment Interaction Diagrams | p. 57 |
Interaction Diagram for a Wall under Combined Loading (Axial Load and Bending) | p. 58 |
Shear Strength of Masonry Columns | p. 60 |
Masonry Piers | p. 64 |
References | p. 68 |
Walls under Gravity and Transverse Loads | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Types of Masonry Walls | p. 1 |
Bond Patterns in Masonry Walls | p. 16 |
Analysis of Walls under Gravity and Transverse Loads | p. 23 |
Out-of-Plane Loads on Walls | p. 25 |
Analysis of Masonry Walls for Out-of-Plane Loads | p. 38 |
Design of Walls for Gravity and Transverse Loads | p. 44 |
Axial Loads on Walls Subjected to Out-of-Plane Loads | p. 69 |
Pilasters | p. 69 |
Nonload-Bearing Walls | p. 77 |
References | p. 86 |
Shear Walls | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Fundamental Concepts | p. 2 |
Types of Shear Walls | p. 6 |
Rigidity and Relative Rigidity of a Shear Wall | p. 10 |
Rigidity of a Shear Wall with Openings | p. 17 |
Determination of Seismic Lateral Forces in Shear Walls | p. 39 |
Horizontal Diaphragms | p. 50 |
Influence of Building Configuration on Lateral Force Distribution in Shear Walls | p. 57 |
Analysis of Shear Walls and Diaphragms under Direct Shear and Torsional Moments | p. 69 |
Design Considerations for Shear Walls | p. 81 |
Analysis of Shear Walls under Flexure and Axial Loads | p. 95 |
Design of Multistory Shear Walls | p. 108 |
Failure Modes of Shear Walls | p. 110 |
References | p. 121 |
Retaining and Subterranean Walls | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Principal Types of Retaining Walls | p. 2 |
Lateral Pressures on Retaining Walls | p. 9 |
External Stability of a Retaining Walls | p. 25 |
Design Procedure for Masonry Retaining Walls | p. 29 |
Subterranean or Basement Walls | p. 35 |
Construction Considerations | p. 42 |
References | p. 48 |
Construction Aspects | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Placement of Steel Reinforcement | p. 2 |
Grouting | p. 7 |
Movements of Construction Materials, Their Causes and Effects | p. 23 |
Control of Cracking and Movement Joints | p. 33 |
Quality Assurance | p. 42 |
Flashing for Masonry Construction | p. 43 |
References | p. 46 |
Anchorage to Masonry | p. 1 |
Introduction | p. 1 |
Types of Anchor Bolts | p. 1 |
Placement and Embedment of Anchor Bolts in Masonry Grout | p. 2 |
Nominal Strength of Anchor Bolts | p. 3 |
Nominal Axial Strength of Anchor Bolts Loaded in Tension and in Combined Tension and Shear | p. 5 |
Nominal Shear Strength of Headed and Bent-Bar Anchor Bolts in Shear | p. 14 |
Headed and Bent-Bar Anchor Bolts in Combined Axial Tension and Shear | p. 15 |
Structural Walls and Their Anchorage Requirements | p. 16 |
References | p. 27 |
Appendix Design Aids: Tables | p. A.1 |
Glossary | p. G.1 |
Index | p. I.1 |
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