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Tag: Typical Details of Wall-to-Wall Connections Required Details for Reinforced Bearing Walls and Shear Walls

Bearing walls that resist out-of-plane lateral loads, and shear walls, must be designed to transfer lateral loads to the floors above and below. Examples of such connections are shown in Figs. 6.30 through 6.34. These connections would have to be strengthened for regions subject to strong earthquakes or strong winds. Section 1604.8.2 of the 2009 IBC has additional requirements for

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Tag: Typical Details of Wall-to-Wall Connections Required Details for Unreinforced Bearing Walls and Shear Walls

Bearing walls that resist out-of-plane lateral loads, and shear walls, must be designed to transfer lateral loads to the floors above and below. Examples of such connections are shown below. These connections would have to be strengthened for regions subject to strong earthquakes or strong winds. Section 1604.8.2 of the 2009 IBC has additional requirements for anchorage of diaphragms to

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