The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 51 (1973) > Issues > Issue 8 > Discussion on The Natural Strength of Unreinforced Brickwork by A.W. Hendry
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Discussion on The Natural Strength of Unreinforced Brickwork by A.W. Hendry

Dr. W. B. Cranston : Professor Hendry has presented a large body of evidence related to clay brick masonry. The problem of lateral strength is relevant also to concrete block masonry. I should like to introduce work on this aspect carried out by the National Bureau of Standards in America, and also to mention work currently in progress at the Cement and Concrete Association.