9780071638302

Masonry Structural Design

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  • Copyright: 3/26/2010
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Summary

Written by the former chair of the Masonry Standards Joint Committee (MSJC), this authoritative volume covers the design of masonry structures using the 2009 International Building Code and the 2008 MSJC Code and Specification.

Author Biography

Richard E. Klingner, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Structural Engineering, University of Texas at Austin.

Table of Contents

Illustrationsp. xi
Tablesp. xxi
Prefacep. xxv
Notice of Use of Copyrighted Materialp. xxvii
Basic Structural Behavior and Design of Low-Rise, Bearing Wall Buildingsp. 1
Basic Structural Behavior of Low-Rise, Bearing Wall Buildingsp. 3
Basic Structural Design of Low-Rise, Masonry Buildingsp. 4
Materials Used in Masonry Constructionp. 7
Basic Components of Masonryp. 9
Masonry Mortarp. 15
Masonry Groutp. 25
General Information on ASTM Specifications for Masonry Unitsp. 27
Clay Masonry Unitsp. 29
Concrete Masonry Unitsp. 35
Properties of Masonry Assemblagesp. 37
Masonry Accessory Materialsp. 38
Design of Masonry Structures Requiring Little Structural Calculationp. 47
How to Increase Resistance of Masonry to Water Penetrationp. 54
Code Basis for Structural Design of Masonry Buildingsp. 57
Introduction to Building Codes in the United Statesp. 59
Introduction to the Calculation of Design Loading Using the 2009 IBCp. 64
Gravity Loads according to the 2009 IBCp. 64
Wind Loading according to the 2009 IBCp. 67
Earthquake Loadingp. 87
Loading Combinations of the 2009 IBCp. 103
Summary of Strength Design Provisions of 2008 MSJC Codep. 105
Summary of Allowable-Stress Design Provisions of 2008 MSJC Codep. 109
Additional Information on Code Basis for Structural Design of Masonry Buildingsp. 113
Introduction to MSJC Treatment of Structural Designp. 117
Basic Mechanical Behavior of Masonryp. 119
Classification of Masonry Elementsp. 120
Classification of Masonry Elements by Structural Functionp. 120
Classification of Masonry Elements by Design Intentp. 121
Design Approaches for Masonry Elementsp. 121
How Reinforcement Is Used in Masonry Elementsp. 122
How This Book Classifies Masonry Elementsp. 127
Strength Design of Unreinforced Masonry Elementsp. 131
Strength Design of Unreinforced Panel Wallsp. 133
Strength Design of Unreinforced Bearing Wallsp. 147
Strength Design of Unreinforced Shear Wallsp. 161
Strength Design of Anchor Boltsp. 168
Required Details for Unreinforced Bearing Walls and Shear Wailsp. 177
Strength Design of Reinforced Masonry Elementsp. 181
Strength Design of Reinforced Beams and Lintelsp. 183
Strength Design of Reinforced Curtain Wallsp. 191
Strength Design of Reinforced Bearing Wallsp. 196
Strength Design of Reinforced Shear Wallsp. 212
Required Details for Reinforced Bearing Walls and Shear Wallsp. 223
Allowable-Stress Design of Unreinforced Masonry Elementsp. 227
Allowable-Stress Design of Unreinforced Panel Wallsp. 229
Allowable-Stress Design of Unreinforced Bearing Wallsp. 243
Allowable-Stress Design of Unreinforced Shear Wallsp. 259
Allowable-Stress Design of Anchor Boltsp. 265
Required Details for Unreinforced Bearing Walls and Shear Wallsp. 274
Allowable-Stress Design of Reinforced Masonry Elementsp. 279
Review: Behavior of Cracked, Transformed Sectionsp. 281
Allowable-Stress Design of Reinforced Beams and Lintelsp. 295
Allowable-Stress Design of Curtain Wallsp. 300
Allowable-Stress Design of Reinforced Bearing Wallsp. 306
Allowable-Stress Design of Reinforced Shear Wallsp. 319
Required Details for Reinforced Bearing Walls and Shear Wallsp. 324
Comparison of Design by the Allowable-Stress Approach versus the Strength Approachp. 329
Comparison of Allowable-Stress and Strength Design of Unreinforced Panel Wallsp. 331
Comparison of Allowable-Stress Design and Strength Design of Unreinforced Bearing Wallsp. 332
Comparison of Allowable-Stress Design and Strength Design of Unreinforced Shear Wallsp. 332
Comparison of Allowable-Stress and Strength Designs for Anchor Boltsp. 333
Comparison of Allowable-Stress and Strength Designs for Reinforced Beams and Lintelsp. 334
Comparison of Allowable-Stress and Strength Designs for Reinforced Curtain Wallsp. 335
Comparison of Allowable-Stress and Strength Designs for Reinforced Bearing Wallsp. 336
Comparison of Allowable-Stress and Strength Designs for Reinforced Shear Wallsp. 336
Lateral Load Analysis of Shear-Wall Structuresp. 339
Classification of Horizontal Diaphragms as Rigid or Flexiblep. 342
Lateral Load Analysis of Shear-Wall Structures with Rigid Floor Diaphragmsp. 343
Lateral Load Analysis and Design of Shear-Wall Structures with Flexible Floor Diaphragmsp. 362
The Simplest of All Possible Analytical Worldsp. 364
Design and Detailing of Floor and Roof Diaphragmsp. 367
Introduction to Design of Diaphragmsp. 369
Typical Connection Details for Roof and Floor Diaphragmsp. 372
Strength Design Example: One-Story Building with Reinforced Concrete Masonryp. 375
Introductionp. 377
Design Steps for One-Story Buildingp. 378
Step 1: Choose Design Criteriap. 378
Step 2: Design Walls for Gravity plus Out-of-Plane Loadsp. 389
Step 3: Design Lintelsp. 406
Summary So Farp. 409
Step 4: Conduct Lateral Force Analysis, Design Roof Diaphragmp. 410
Step 5: Design Wall Segmentsp. 413
Step 6: Design and Detail Connectionsp. 415
Strength Design Example: Four-Story Building with Clay Masonryp. 417
Introductionp. 419
Design Steps for Four-Story Examplep. 419
Step 1: Choose Design Criteria, Specify Materialsp. 420
Step 2: Design Transverse Shear Walls for Gravity plus Earthquake Loadsp. 428
Step 3: Design Exterior Walls for Gravity plus Out-of-Plane Windp. 435
Overall Comments on Four-Story Building Examplep. 435
Structural Design of AAC Masonryp. 437
Introduction to Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC)p. 439
Applications of AACp. 444
Structural Design of AAC Elementsp. 444
Design of Unreinforced Panel Walls of AAC Masonryp. 449
Design of Unreinforced Bearing Walls of AAC Masonryp. 452
Design of Unreinforced Shear Walls of AAC Masonryp. 462
Design of Reinforced Beams and Lintels of AAC Masonryp. 467
Design of Reinforced Curtain Walls of AAC Masonryp. 473
Design of Reinforced Bearing Walls of AAC Masonryp. 473
Design of Reinforced Shear Walls of AAC Masonryp. 481
Seismic Design of AAC Structuresp. 493
Design Example: Three-Story AAC Shear-Wall Hotelp. 495
References on AACp. 524
Additional References on AACp. 525
Referencesp. 529
General Referencesp. 531
ASTM Standardsp. 532
Indexp. 535
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