The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 55 (1977) > Issues > Issue 6 > Discussion on The Structural Behaviour of Concrete Masonry - Reinforced and Unreinforced by W.B. Cra
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Discussion on The Structural Behaviour of Concrete Masonry - Reinforced and Unreinforced by W.B. Cranston and J.J. Roberts

Professor A. W. Hendry (F): In my department in the University of Edinburgh we have for many years been engaged on research work on unreinforced masonry. For the most part this has been concerned with clay brickwork sponsored by the British Ceramic Research Association and BDA but a limited amount of work has been carried out on concrete blockwork, particularly using lightweight aggregate blocks. Some of the results may be of interest in supplementing the work reported in the present paper.