Author: A. Gardner (The Institution of Structural Engineers)
1 March 2015
A. Gardner (The Institution of Structural Engineers)
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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.
This guidance covers the general philosophy of a building's stability system; specifically, framed vertical bracing.
A four-part series focusing specifically on lateral load resisting systems, triangulated (framed) vertical bracing, shear walls and moment frames.
Guidance for structural engineers and those working in a Building Control capacity, on how to prepare a systematic risk assessment for high-risk structures.