The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 48 (1970) > Issues > Issue 6 > The Diagonal Tensile Strength of Brickwork
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The Diagonal Tensile Strength of Brickwork

The paper first describes the existing method of testing brick masonry discs to establish the diagonal tensile strength of brickwork. B. Stafford Smith, C. Carter and J.R. Choudhury

Author(s): Smith, B Stafford;Carter, C;Choudhury, J R

Keywords: tension;strength;brickwork;finite element methods;discs;testing