Masonry Design and Detailing Sixth Edition 6 9780071766395 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Build a Solid Foundation in Masonry Essentials Focusing on brick and concrete block masonry, Masonry Design and Detailing, Sixth Edition is fully up to date with current MSJC codes and the latest LEED and sustainable materials and practices. Information on moisture and air management, adhered stone masonry veneer, and forensic investigations has been added. Featuring comprehensive coverage of the most popular and widely used brick and CMU masonry systems along with hundreds of illustrations, this is a practical guide for architects, engineers, and masonry contractors. Masonry Design and Detailing, Sixth Edition covers: Brick, concrete masonry units, and stone Mortar and grout Properties ASTM standards Expansion and contraction Moisture and air management Single-wythe wall details Multi-wythe wall details Anchored and adhered veneer details Special wall types Lintels and arches Structural masonry Installation and workmanship Specifications MSJC code Quality assurance and quality control Forensic investigations
Masonry Design and Detailing Sixth Edition

Masonry Design and Detailing Sixth Edition

6th Edition
By Christine Beall
ISBN10: 0071766391
ISBN13: 9780071766395
Copyright: 2012

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Program Details

Part 1: Introduction:
Ch. 1 History and Development of Masonry Technology
Ch. 2. Brick, Block, and Stone
Part 2: Masonry Products and Accessories
Ch. 3. Mortar and Grout
Ch. 4. Masonry Accessories
Ch. 5. Masonry Properties
Ch. 6. Single-Wythe Walls
Ch. 7. Multi-Wythe Walls
Part 3: Building Systems and Applications
Ch. 8. Commercial Masonry Veneer
Ch. 9. Residential Masonry Veneer
Ch. 10. Special Wall Types
Ch. 11. Expansion, Contraction, and Differential Movement
Ch. 12. Moisture Management
Ch. 13. Lintels and Arches
Ch. 14. Masonry Structures
Ch. 15. Masonry Retaining Walls
Ch. 16. Masonry paving
Ch. 17. Installation and Workmanship
Ch. 18. Masonry Cleaning and Repairs
Part 4: Construction Practice
Ch. 19. Quality Assurance and Quality Control
Ch. 20. Detailing Specifications
Ch. 21. Forensic Investigations (new)
ASTM Reference Standards

About the Author

Christine Beall

Christine Beall is a consulting architect who has more than 25 years of experience in the design, specification, and construction of residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings. She has written or edited several books, including Masonry Design and Detailing and Thermal and Moisture Protection Manual (also from McGraw-Hill), and has published more than 100 articles and papers on masonry, sealants, glass, fire-resistant materials, moisture problems, and related construction topics. An active member in several professional organizations, Ms. Beall works as a consultant and expert witness in solving or avoiding design and construction problems. She has also been a contributor to Architectural Graphic Standards and the Masonry Designer’s Guide to the MSJC Masonry Code and Specifications and McGraw-Hill’s Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.