The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 62 (1984) > Issues > Issue 7 > Correspondence on Viewpoint on Cracks in Domestic Masonry Walls by Professor Iain MacLeod
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Correspondence on Viewpoint on Cracks in Domestic Masonry Walls by Professor Iain MacLeod

I read Professor MacLeod’s ‘Viewpoint’ with great interest and, while agreeing generally with his views, would like to add one or two comments concerning the causes of cracking in masonry. Mr. William Skinner