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Correspondence on Analysis of the Compressive Strength of Masonry Given by the Equation ... by Dr G.


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Correspondence on Analysis of the Compressive Strength of Masonry Given by the Equation ... by Dr G.
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Dr B. P. Sinha (F) and Dr S. R. Davies (University of Edinburgh) The authors are very critical of the equation proposed by EC6 Design of masonry structures for the calculation of the characteristic masonry strength.

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