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“You have a lot of buildings, brick buildings, what we call unreinforced masonry.”
“Relative to plain unreinforced masonry, this gives the following benefits:”
“In countries that are seismically stable, plain unreinforced masonry is used.”
“It is okey to consider a tee connection & put SIF by activating the SIF and TEE checkbox and consider the "unreinforced" type connection and put SIF value as the calculated value in B31. 3 formula or leave it blank the type of connection but put SIF value rather?”
“These are a good example of the compressive strength of unreinforced concrete and the lack of tensile strength.”
“While engineers have said there is only a remote chance of something going wrong if the shaft remains unreinforced, Chile's success story would evaporate if a miner gets fatally stuck for reasons that might have been avoided.”
“But the next decision is terribly difficult: Rescuers must determine whether it's riskier to pull the miners through unreinforced rock, or to insert tons of heavy steel pipe into the curved shaft to protect them on their way up.”
“Family members chanted and waved flags, then everyone braced for the next challenge: Rescuers must decide whether it's riskier to pull the 33 miners directly up through unreinforced rock, or to insert tons of heavy steel pipe into the curved shaft in an attempt to protect them.”
“But forests also matter because if they are nourished and abundant then people (even desperately poor people) aren't forced to live in the unreinforced masonry or rock buildings that kill most earthquake victims.”
“And there are -- probably a dominant construction practice here is unreinforced concrete blocks or brick type constructions, and those, if they are unreinforced as they are in -- for instance, in California they are reinforced.”
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