The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 55 (1977) > Issues > Issue 10 > The Resistance of Brickwork to Lateral Loading. Part 2 Design of Walls to Resist Lateral Loads
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The Resistance of Brickwork to Lateral Loading. Part 2 Design of Walls to Resist Lateral Loads

The need for experimental work in connection with lateral loading has been explained in Part 1. There is no less a need for a suitable design method based on experiment and, where possible, experience, that can be used in the limit state revision of CP lll . Part II discusses the possible design approaches that could make use of the data now available. B.A. Haseltine, H.W.H. West and J.N. Tutt