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Buildings, Volume 10, Issue 5 (May 2020) – 17 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) One method for controlling damage to non-structural walls is to cast exterior non-structural [...] Read more. One method for controlling damage to non-structural walls is to cast exterior non-structural concrete wall elements to be monolithic with frame elements, without anchoring the wall longitudinal bar. The non-anchorage of the wall’s longitudinal bar significantly increases the drift capacity of the wall and decreases damage. The non-anchorage of non-structural hanging walls, having boundary confinements, was found to exhibit a higher drift and strength capacity than similar walls with anchored detailing and no boundary confinements. The boundary confinements were observed to have a greater influence on the capability of the hanging wall when placed alongside non-anchored detailing reinforcement. View this paper.