The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 12 > The Design of Slender Masonry Walls and Columns of Geometric Cross-Section to Carry Vertical Load
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The Design of Slender Masonry Walls and Columns of Geometric Cross-Section to Carry Vertical Load

The paper sets out a design method for short and slender masonry walls and columns of geometric cross-section which are subjected to vertical loads. A variety of cross-section shapes is considered, including such standard cases as diaphragm walls and walls with piers. M.E. Phipps