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MS-B.4 Determination of shear strength index for masonry unit/mortar junction

MS-B.4 Determination of shear strength index for masonry unit/mortar junction Materials and Structures/Mat6riaux et Constructions, Vol. 29, October 1996, pp 459-475 RILEM TC 127-MS: TESTS FOR MASONRY MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES Recommendations FOREWORD: The texts presented hereunder are drafis for general consideration. Comments should be sent to the editor: Dr. R.C. de Vekey, Building Research Establishment, Watford, WD2 7JR, UK. Fax (+44) 1923 664096; E-mail devekeyB@brush, bre. co. uk, by April 1, 1997. MS-B.4 Determination of shear strength index for masonry unit/mortar junction B.4.0. CONTENTS B.4.2 SPECIMENS (Size, shape, numbers) B.4.1 Scope Basically, all masonry units are suitable for tests. B.4.2 Specimens (Size, shape, numbers) Randomly sample 5 masonry units for determining the B.4.3 Preparation of specimens moisture content. Additionally, for tests with no preload, B.4.4 Conditions of specimens randomly sample a further 15 masonry units for the con- B.4.5 Apparatus struction of the specimens and, for tests with preload, B.4.6 Procedure randomly sample a further 15 masonry units per preload B.4.7 Test results value for the construction of the specimens. A minimum B.4.8 Test report of 3 preload values are recommended, which will require 45 masonry units. The specimens in the form of stack bonded triplets B.4.1 SCOPE shall be built by normal bricklaying methods using mason- ry mortar http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Materials and Structures Springer Journals

MS-B.4 Determination of shear strength index for masonry unit/mortar junction

Materials and Structures , Volume 29 (8): 5 – Oct 1, 1996

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Springer Journals
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1996 RILEM
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1359-5997
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1871-6873
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10.1007/BF02486276
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Materials and Structures/Mat6riaux et Constructions, Vol. 29, October 1996, pp 459-475 RILEM TC 127-MS: TESTS FOR MASONRY MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES Recommendations FOREWORD: The texts presented hereunder are drafis for general consideration. Comments should be sent to the editor: Dr. R.C. de Vekey, Building Research Establishment, Watford, WD2 7JR, UK. Fax (+44) 1923 664096; E-mail devekeyB@brush, bre. co. uk, by April 1, 1997. MS-B.4 Determination of shear strength index for masonry unit/mortar junction B.4.0. CONTENTS B.4.2 SPECIMENS (Size, shape, numbers) B.4.1 Scope Basically, all masonry units are suitable for tests. B.4.2 Specimens (Size, shape, numbers) Randomly sample 5 masonry units for determining the B.4.3 Preparation of specimens moisture content. Additionally, for tests with no preload, B.4.4 Conditions of specimens randomly sample a further 15 masonry units for the con- B.4.5 Apparatus struction of the specimens and, for tests with preload, B.4.6 Procedure randomly sample a further 15 masonry units per preload B.4.7 Test results value for the construction of the specimens. A minimum B.4.8 Test report of 3 preload values are recommended, which will require 45 masonry units. The specimens in the form of stack bonded triplets B.4.1 SCOPE shall be built by normal bricklaying methods using mason- ry mortar

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Materials and StructuresSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 1, 1996

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