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Posté par bentafat_rachid

This chapter addresses forensic investigation of stone, clay brick, and conventionalconcrete masonry. It does not include consideration of chemical resistant, refractory, aerated concrete, or glass block masonry.

Forensic investigation of masonry structures involves failure of masonry to perform adequately. The purpose of such an investigation may be to avoid greater failure, provide a basis for recommended remedial measures, or settle a claim by negotiation, arbitration, or litigation.

Masonry failures may relate to aesthetics, engineering, or economics and may

involve any of the following:


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