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Masonry Course Notes on CD-ROM (2004 Version) (TMS-5003-04)

Masonry Course Notes on CD-ROM (2004 Version)

These Masonry Course Notes, distributed on CD-ROM, were originally developed for use in ArE 345, a semester-long, combined undergraduate and graduate course in masonry engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. Topics covered include the history of masonry; the design and specification of masonry construction not requiring structural calculation; and the design of masonry requiring structural calculation. Structural calculations are based on the 2002 Masonry Standards Joint Committee Code and Specification, the 2003 International Building Code, and ASCE 7-02. The notes include the complete design of a low-rise masonry building for gravity and wind load, and the preliminary design of a high-rise masonry building for gravity and seismic load. Strength and allowable-stress design approaches are covered. These class notes comprise 27 lectures in PDFformat. They include spreadsheets for automated calculation of moment axial force interaction diagrams for masonry elements, and also sample homework and exam problems. The notes are intended primarily for use in an undergraduate or a graduate course in masonry as part of a civil engineering or architectural engineering curriculum. Selected parts can also be used in architecture or construction courses. By: Richard E. Klingner

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