The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 64 (1986) > Issues > Issue 11 > 4. Implications of Research on Design Recommendations
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4. Implications of Research on Design Recommendations

The use of the October 1977 papers as a basis for the lateral load section of BS5628: Part 1, published in 1978, has been referred to by the previous authors. The 1977 papers dealt with simple rectangular walls built in a variety of clay bricks and mortars. A few concrete block walls and cavity walls were also discussed. B.A. Haseltine and J.N. Tutt