Stability of buildings Part 3: Shear walls

Author: A. Gardner (The Institution of Structural Engineers)

Date published

1 March 2015

Price
Standard: £65.00
Member: £42.25
Student Member: £32.50
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Stability of buildings Part 3: Shear walls

Stability of buildings Part 3: Shear walls
Guidance
Author

A. Gardner (The Institution of Structural Engineers)

Date published

1 March 2015

Author

A. Gardner (The Institution of Structural Engineers)

Price

Standard: £65.00
Member: £42.25
Student Member: £32.50

This guidance covers shear walls; assisting structural engineers in the development of shear wall systems, and illustrating the choices available in their design and construction.

Including:

  • An overview of shear wall design

  • Requirements of walls

  • Elastic theory of thin-walled sections

  • Modelling and analysis

  • Monolithic and non-monolithic shear wall construction

  • Shear infill panels

Also available as a package with Stability of buildings Parts 1 and 2: General philosophy and framed bracing, and Part 4: Moment frames. 
 

Additional information

Format:
Book (A4 print or PDF)
ISBN:
978-1-906335-27-4
Pages:
56
Publisher:
IStructE Ltd

Tags

Guidance Suitable for students Members only Safety Assessment of Structures Technical Publications Panel Guides

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