The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 56 (1978) > Issues > Issue 13 > The Design of Masonry Infilled Steel Frames for Bracing Structures
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The Design of Masonry Infilled Steel Frames for Bracing Structures

A design method is developed for the use of masonry infilled steel frames as sway bracing. The method is based on theoretical work presented by the authors in an earlier paper. B. Stafford Smith and J.R. Riddington