This lesson covers types of reinforcement used in masonry, including bars, joint reinforcement, anchors and ties. Each type of reinforcement will be explored, and the use in masonry will be identified. The basic placement requirements and protection requirements will be covered.
- Explore which types of basic reinforcement are appropriate for masonry
- Identify various types of masonry connectors
- Summarize basic placement requirements for reinforcement, ties, and anchors
- Summarize protection requirements for reinforcement, ties, and anchors
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Presenter: Richard M. Bennett, PhD., PE, University of Tennessee
Date Presented: November 11, 2020
Credit 1 AIA LU / 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU
AIA Course Number: TMSMAS1014
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