The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 64 (1986) > Issues > Issue 11 > The Resistance of Masonry to Lateral Loading. 1. Introduction
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The Resistance of Masonry to Lateral Loading. 1. Introduction

The scope of research on the resktance of masonry to lateral loading is outlined up to the assessment and publication of BS 5628 in 1978. Subsequent research aimed to consolidate the basis of codification, provide improved confidence in key areas, and afford an understanding of continuing developments and any problems arking. A diversity of future changes may be expected to generate a continuing demand for research. J.F.A. Moore