Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/2440/72026
Type: Conference paper
Title: Australia-New Zealand research into seismic retrofit of masonry structures using FRP strips - a progress report
Author: Griffith, M.
Ingham, J.
Masia, M.
Page, A.
Citation: 9th Australasian Masonry Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand, 15 Feb 2011 - 18 Feb 2011 / J.M. Ingham, M., M. Masia (eds.): pp.375-384
Publisher: Engineers Australia
Publisher Place: Australia
Issue Date: 2011
ISBN: 9780473180690
Conference Name: Australasian Masonry Conference (9th : 2011 : Queenstown, New Zealand)
Editor: Ingham, J.
Dhanasekar, M.
Masia, M.
Statement of
Responsibility: 
M. C. Griffith, J. M. Ingham, M. J. Masia, A. W. Page
Abstract: This paper presents the progress to-date under the large collaborative research project between the Universities of Adelaide and Newcastle in Australia and the University of Auckland in New Zealand. The project seeks to develop new, cost-effective and architecturally unobtrusive retrofit techniques for unreinforced masonry buildings. The work on this project has consisted of research into the in-plane response of near-surface-mounted FRP strip reinforced walls (Univ of Newcastle), out-of-plane flexural response of NSM FRP reinforced walls (Univ of Adelaide) and field tests on NSM FRP retrofit walls in real buildings across New Zealand (Univ of Auckland) to demonstrate the effectiveness of the new technique and, importantly, to provide data from retrofit walls in real buildings to validate the analytical and numerical models being developed by researchers at all three universities. The lead organisation for each area has been listed above. However, additional tests across all the areas have also been conducted at each institution to provide cross-checks and validate the results from experiments at each university.
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