2 edition of strength, function and other properties of wall-ties found in the catalog.
strength, function and other properties of wall-ties
by House Publications & Publicity (Technical) for the Brick Development Association in London
Written in English
|Series||BDA research note -- vol.1, no.2|
|Contributions||Brick Development Association.|
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Tie strength-a concept ranging from weak ties at one extreme to strong ties at the other-characterizes the closeness and interac.slightly bent with respect to each other, forming a pleated sheet arrangement. If the a-form is stret-ched, then it will transform to the b-form,27 which is reversible up to approximately 30% strain.
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