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IB2MAC 1970

2nd International Brick and Block Masonry Conference

Stoke-on-Trent, England

April 1970



CONTENTS

 

Organizing Committee:

M. S. WHITEHOUSE, CBE

Chairman of the Management Committee of the Brick Development Association

 

Dr N. F. ASTBURY, CBE

Director of Research, British Ceramic Research Association

 

Prof A. W. HENDRY

Professor of Civil Engineering and Building Science, University of Edinburgh

 

J. E. TYE, MBE

Secretary, Brick Development Association

 

H. W. H. WEST

Head of Heavy Clay Division, British Ceramic Research Association

 

 

PROCEEDINGS

 

Eds: H.W.H. WEST, B Se, FGS, FI Ceram; K.H. SPEED, MAIE, AMITAI:
FULL PROCEEDINGS BOOK (0.16 GB)



Masonry in Architecture and Planning

 

[001]     C. A. BURNHAM and C. T. GRIMM:
Towards a Rational Aesthetic Criterion for the Selection ofthe Visual Properties of Architectural Surfaces

[002]     J. BRYRUP:
Prefabricated Brick Facing Panels: An International Survey

[003]     P. C. HAMM:
The Development of Prefabricated Brick Panels in South Africa

[004]     D. A. WAKEFIELD:
Preassembled Brick Panels and Thin-Wall Structures Developed in Colorado Since 1967



Performance of Materiais

 

[005]     A. J. FRANCIS, C. B. HORMAN and L. E. JERREMS:
The Effect of Joint Thickness and Other Factors on the Compressive Strength of Brickwork

[006]     G. W. ANDERSON:
Stack-bonded Small Specimens as Design and Construction Criteria

[007]     D. LENCZNER:
Creep in Brickwork

[008]     G. SCHELLBACH:
The Influence of Perforation on the Load-bearing Capacity of Hollow Brick Masonry Structures

[009]     H. W. H. WEST:
The M.G. Plank: A Storey-Height Ceramic Unit

[010]     K. THOMAS, M. G. COUTIE and J. PATEMAN:
The Effect of Pigment on Some Properties of Mortar for Brickwork

[011]     K. THOMAS and D. C. O'LEARY:
Tensile Strength Tests on Two Types of Brick

[012]     I. C. MCDOWELL and R. BIRTWISTLE:
Predicting the Long-term Moisture Expansion of Fired Clay Bricks

[013]     J. M. PLOWMAN and W. F. SMITH:
The Selection of Damp-proof-course Material for Load-bearing Structures

[014]     J. B. MCNICHOLAS:
Photoelastic Stress Analysis of Brick Masonry Systems

[015]     C. HUET:
Prospects Offered by the Development of Hollow Monolithic Heavy-Clay Structures

[016]     D. WATSTEIN and M. H. ALLEN:
Structural Performance of Clay Masonry Assemblages BuiIt with High-Bond Organic-Modified Mortars

[017]     S.B.A. HOATH, H.N. LEE and K. H. RENTON:
The Effect of Mortars on the Strength of Brickwork Cubes



Properties of Walls and Buildings

 

[018]     B. STAFFORD SMITH and C. CARTER:
Distribution of Stresses in Masonry Walls Subjected to Vertical Loading

[019]     R.D. DIKKERS and F. Y. YOKEL:
Strength of Brick Walls Subject to Axial Compression and Bending

[020]     S. RISAGER:
The Buckling Load of Linear Elastic Walls Without Tensile Strength

[021]     O. PFEFFERMANN:
The Behaviour of Brick Partitions With Deformation of Their Support

[022]     K. PIEPER and W. TRAUTSCH:
Shear Tests on Walls

[023]     K. PIEPER and D. HAGE:
Deformation Properties of Brickwork

[024]     V. TURNSEK and F. CACOVlC:
Some Experimental Results on the Strength of Brick Masonry Walls

[025]     D.G. GRENLEY and L.E. CATTANNEO:
The Effect of Edge Load on the Racking Strength of Clay Masonry

[026]     C. ZELGER:
Shear Design of Brick Lintels

[027]     R. J. MAINSTONE and G. A. WEEKS:
The Influence of a Bounding Frame on the Racking Stiffnesses and Strengths of Brick Walls

[028]     H. W. H. WEST, H. R. HODGKINSON, D. G. BEECH and S. T. E. DAVENPORT:
The Comparative Strengths of Walls Built of Standard and Modular Bricks

[029]     K. FISHER:
The Effect of Wall-ties on the Compressive Strength of Cavity Walls

[030]     A. H. P. MAURENBRECHER and A. W. HENDRY:
Aspects of the Strength and Fixity of the Joint Between a Brick Wall and a Floor Slab

[031]     I. H. E. NILSSON and A. LOSBERG:
The Strength of Horizontally Loaded Prefabricated Brick Panel Walls

[032]     M. PROKOP:
The Load-bearing Capacity of a Ceramic-Concrete Cross-section of a Prefabricated Structure Under Axial Pressure

[033]     B. P. SINHA, A. H. P. MAURENBRECHER and A. W. HENDRY:
Model and Full-scale Tests on a Five-Storey Cross-wall Structure Under Lateral Loading

[034]     U. C. KALITA and A. W. HENDRY:
An Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of the Stresses and Deflections in Mode Cross-wall Structures

[035]     K. C. MEHTA and D. FINCHER:
Structural Behaviour of Pretensioned Prestressed Masonry Beams

[036]     N. F. ASTBURY, H. W. H. WEST, H. R. HODGKINSON, P. A. CUBBAGE and R. CLARE:
Experiments to Determine the Resistance of Brick Buildings to Gas Explosions



Structural Design

 

[037]     G. MACCHI:
Safety Considerations for a Limit-State Design of Brick Masonry

[038]     J. F. CUTLER, W. G. PLEWES and P. T. MIKLUCHIN:
The Development of the Canadian Building Code for Masonry

[039]     F. B. JOHNSON, J. N. THOMPSON and J. H. MATTHYS:
The Development of Structural Design Criteria for Clay Tile Assemblages

[040]     C. B. MONK JR, J. E. GOLDBERG and V. JEARKJIRM:
Structural Action of Brick-bearing Walls Exposed to Fire Temperatures

[041]     K. NAG and S. R. DAVIES:
Analysis of Plates Built of Hollow Clay Blocks

[042]     J. G. BORCHELT:
Analysis of Brick Walls Subject to Axial Compression and In-Plane Shear

[043]     A. de GRAVE and H. MOTTEU:
Testing and Calculation of Masonry: Recommendations Based on Research in Belgium

[044]     H. C. ADAMS:
The Design of Brickwork Against Gas Explosions

[045]     J. MORTON, S. R. DAVIES and A. W. HENDRY:
The Stability of Load-bearing Brickwork Structures Following Accidental Damage to a Major Bearing Wall or Pier

[046]     B. A. HASELTINE and Y. T. AU:
Design and Construction of a Nineteen-Storey Load-bearing Brick Building

[047]     D. FOSTER:
Design and Construction of a Prestressed Brickwork Water Tank

[048]     C. R. ABEL and M. R. COCHRAN:
A Reinforced Brick Masonry Retaining Wall with Reinforcement in Pockets

[049]     T. ANDERSEN:
Design of Free-standing Chimney Linings

[050]     D. PUMÉ:
Design Methods of Brick Masonry Structures in Czechoslovakia



Practical and Cost Considerations

 

[051]     L. MARKWALL:
The Single Family House: A Cost Analysis

[052]     R. E. BRADSHAW and D. FOSTER:
Two Load-bearing Brickwork Buildings in Northern England

[053]     G. O. KEE:
Brick Wells for Deep Foundations of Bridges in Pakistan

[054]     J. C. GROGAN:
Miscellaneous Reinforced Brick Masonry Structures

[055]     G. BUCKTON:
Modern Development Utilizing the Interaction of Deep Brick Panels and Reinforced Concrete Beams to Support Multi-storey Construction

[056]     C. T. GRIMM and R. D. HALSELL:
Quality Control in Brick Masonry Construction in the USA

[057]     J. W. SALLADA and D. A. WAKEFIELD:
Park Lane Towers Complex, Denver, Colorado

[058]     D. G. GRENLEY and J. G. TERZES:
University Center Project, Austin, Texas

[059]     G. A. BONFORTE, D. DIRKSE and R. PROETT:
Structural Glazed Tile Lining for the Interstate 70 Straight Creek Tunnel

[060]     G. A. KATEIVA:
The Effects of the Meckering Earthquake on Engineered Brick Structures in Perth, Western Australia

[061]     I. G. CANTOR, M. W. LOMBARDI and D. DIRKSE:
Three High-Bond Mortar Applications