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17. August 2015

Mauerwerk 04/15

CoverStory: In August of 2002, extreme flooding destroyed the almost 300 year-old listed arched bridge– known as Pöppelmann’s Stone Bridge – across the Mulde River in Grimma. The floodwaters undermined several bridge piers of the 7-bay arched bridge. A partial reconstruction constituted a compromise between recreating the historic design of the bridge and the requirement for fl ood protection. The bridge was reopened in August 2012 (s. pp. 327–331). Photo: © INROS LACKNER AG

 

Table of content:

  • Minimum vertical load on masonry walls
  • Minimum surcharge load of URM walls under flexure and axial force
  • Confined Masonry subjected to Lateral Loads
  • Uncertainty in verification of unreinforced masonry shear wall
  • Investigation of masonry arches exposed to horizontal impact
  • System analysis of Neo-Gothic vaults

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