SR273 The bracing performance of long plasterboard-lined walls (2012)

Abbreviation
SR273
Valid from
1/01/2012

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Author
S. J. Thurston
Information type
Study report
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PDF

Description

This project investigated the bracing performance of long plasterboard walls and compared this with predictions of bracing strength from published unit bracing ratings established in P21 testing. Racking tests were performed on a small building in which the horizontal bracing in one direction was provided by a 2.4 m and 3.6 m long plasterboard wall on each of the two exterior walls. The test building had been constructed for another project involving bracing tests, but before demolition, the building frame was modified for use in this project.

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SR273 The bracing performance of long plasterboard-lined walls (2012)

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SR273 The bracing performance of long plasterboard-lined walls (2012)

Description

This project investigated the bracing performance of long plasterboard walls and compared this with predictions of bracing strength from published unit bracing ratings established in P21 testing. Racking tests were performed on a small building in which the horizontal bracing in one direction was provided by a 2.4 m and 3.6 m long plasterboard wall on each of the two exterior walls. The test building had been constructed for another project involving bracing tests, but before demolition, the building frame was modified for use in this project.

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SR273 The bracing performance of long plasterboard-lined walls (2012)
Description

This project investigated the bracing performance of long plasterboard walls and compared this with predictions of bracing strength from published unit bracing ratings established in P21 testing. Racking tests were performed on a small building in which the horizontal bracing in one direction was provided by a 2.4 m and 3.6 m long plasterboard wall on each of the two exterior walls. The test building had been constructed for another project involving bracing tests, but before demolition, the building frame was modified for use in this project.

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