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DOI: 10.33622/0869-7019
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  • Ways to Improve Structural-and-Technological Solutions of Bearing Brick Walls
  • UDC 692.23
    Vyacheslav N. CHERNOIVAN, e-mail:
    Vladimir G. NOVOSELTSEV, e-mail:
    Nikolay V. CHERNOIVAN, e-mail:
    Vitaliy I. YUSKOVICH, e-mail:
    Anna V. CHERNOIVAN, e-mail:
    Brest State Technical University, ul. Moskovskaya, 267, Brest 224013, Republic of Belarus
    Abstract. The article contains information about research in the improvement of design solutions of bearing brick walls which has been held in Russia since the beginning of the XIX century. Mass construction of brick buildings has shown that the massive brickwork on heavy mortars is more technological, than the massive brick work on light mortars. It is noted that further improvement of structural-technological solutions of the bearing brick walls has been directed to decline of mass of a brick work. An analysis of the constructive decision, technology of construction and operational efficiency of external load-bearing walls made of multi-layered brick masonry with slab insulant with flexible connections is carried out. A new design solution and technology of construction of external walls with prefabricated heat insulation-decorative structural elements have been developed. It is offered to make load-bearing brick walls from fully prefabricated separate brick elements (partitions). Such technology will make it possible to transfer the construction of bearing brick walls on the building site from manual process of brick work to the semi-mechanized mounting process. The recommended constructive and technology solution will provide substantial reduction in labor intensiveness and cost of construction of brick residential buildings.
    Key words: solid brick work, multi-layered brick masonry with slab insulant, facing wall panel, prefabricated brick element.
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  • For citation: Chernoivan V. N., Novoseltsev V. G., Chernoivan N. V., Yuskovich V. I., Chernoivan A. V. Ways to Improve Structural-and-Technological Solutions of Bearing Brick Walls. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo [Industrial and Civil Engineering], 2018, no. 2, pp. 43-47. (In Russian).