Prepared by: Dr. Jennifer E. Tanner, University of Wyoming, and Dr. Richard E . Klingner, University of Texas at Austin.
These masonry course notes were developed for use in semester-long, undergraduate or a graduate course in masonry as part of a civil engineering or architectural engineering curriculum. Selected parts of the notes can also be used in architecture or construction courses. They comprise 25 lectures (plus a list of references), each intended for presentation in about 75 minutes. These Course Notes reference the 2013 TMS 402/602.
- Lectures #1 & 2: Masonry: The First 10,000 Years slideshow script, description, and handout (PowerPoint not included)*
- Lectures #3 – 7: Masonry materials, units, mortar, grout and components
- Lecture #8: Basic structural behavior and design of low-rise buildings
- Lecture #9: Design of masonry requiring little structural calculation
- Lectures #10 and #11: Acoustical, thermal, and fire performance and design of masonry
- Lecture #12: Masonry construction and cost estimating
- Lecture #13: Building codes; gravity, wind and earthquake loads by ASCE 7-10
- Lecture #14: Introduction to TMS 402-13 treatment of structural design
- Lecture #15: Strength design of panel walls
- Lecture #16: Strength design of unreinforced bearing walls
- Lecture #17: Strength design of unreinforced shear walls
- Lecture #18: Strength design of beams, lintels, and curtain walls
- Lecture #19: Strength design of reinforced bearing walls
- Lectures #20: Strength design of reinforced shear walls
- Lecture #21: Lateral-load analysis of shear-wall structures
- Lecture #22: Design and detailing of floor and roof diaphragms
- Lecture #23: Comparison of design using the ASD and SD approach
- Lecture #24: Design of low-rise masonry structure for gravity and wind load
- Lecture #25: Design of four-story masonry structure for gravity and seismic load
- Lecture #26: References
*A handout of the slideshow is included with these Course Notes as a separate unprotected PDF. The PowerPoint is available for purchase separately.