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0357 Bowing of Masonry Walls - Wall Systems - Solid Masonry Walls
 
0357 Bowing of Masonry Walls - Wall Systems - Solid Masonry Walls -

Image Text: Cross section > masonry wall is bowing because it has not been laterally restrained at the second floor level > this is more likely to occur where the joists run parallel to the wall > roof framing > second floor framing > first floor framing > foundation

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STRUCTURE, Footings and Foundations, Description, Problems, Floors, Sills, Columns, Beams, Joists, Subflooring, Concrete Floor Slabs, Walls, Solid Masonry Walls, Wood Frame Walls, Masonry Veneer Walls, Arches and Lintels, Roof Framing, Rafters, Roof Joists and Ceiling Joists, Collar Ties, Knee Walls and Purlins, Trusses, Wood I Joists, Sheathing

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