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Discussion on Brick Diaphragm Walls-Development, Application, Design, and Future Development by W.G. Curtin

Dr. K. Fisher (Chief Technical Officer, Redland Brick): Mention was made in the paper of model testing of diaphragm walls, an aspect given further mention in the accompanying paper. I should like to comment briefly on the axial loading tests which we carried out at Redland on model diaphragm walls. (The results have been fully detailed in a paper given to the 5th International Brick Masonry Conference held in Washington at the end of 1979.)