TEK 0-0 - INDEX

TEK Index

This index contains a listing of all NCMA TEK Notes with links to each document.

Section 2 - Unit Properties

2-1A   Typical Sizes and Shapes of Concrete Masonry Units
2-2B   Considerations for Using Specialty Concrete Masonry Units
2-3A   Architectural Concrete Masonry Units
2-4C   Segmental Retaining Wall Units
2-5B   New CM Unit Configurations Under ASTM C90
2-6     Density-Related Properties of Concrete Masonry Assemblies

Section 3 - Construction

3-1C    All-Weather Concrete Masonry Construction
3-2A    Grouting Concrete Masonry Walls
3-3B    Hybrid Concrete Masonry Construction Details
3-4C    Bracing Concrete Masonry Walls Under Construction
3-5A    Surface Bonded Concrete Masonry Construction
3-6C    Concrete Masonry Veneers
3-7A    Concrete Masonry Fireplaces
3-8A    Concrete Masonry Construction
3-9A    Strategies for Termite Resistance
3-10A  Metric Concrete Masonry Construction
3-11     Concrete Masonry Basement Wall Construction
3-12    Construction of High-Rise Concrete Masonry Buildings
3-13    Construction of Low-Rise Concrete Masonry Buildings
3-14    Post-Tensioned Concrete Masonry Wall Construction
3-16A  Concrete Masonry Screen Walls

Section 4 - Costs & Estimating

4-1A  Productivity and Modular Coordination in Concrete Masonry Construction
4-2A  Estimating Concrete Masonry Materials

Section 5 - Details

5-1B     Concrete Masonry Veneer Details
5-2A     Clay & Concrete Masonry Banding Details
5-2C     CAN-TEK Clay and Concrete Masonry Banding Details
5-3A     Concrete Masonry Foundation Wall Details
5-4B     Concrete Masonry Residential Details
5-5B     Integrating Concrete Masonry Walls with Metal Building Systems
5-6A     Concrete Masonry Curtain and Panel Wall Details
5-7A     Floor and Roof Connections to CM Walls
5-8B     Detailing Concrete Masonry Fire Walls
5-9A     Concrete Masonry Corner Details
5-10A   Concrete Masonry Radial Walls
5-11       Residential Details for High Wind Areas
5-12      Modular Layout of Concrete Masonry
5-13      Rolling Door Details for Concrete Masonry Const.
5-14      Concrete Masonry Hurricane and Tornado Shelters
5-15      Details for Half-High Concrete Masonry Units
5-16      Aesthetic Design with Concrete Masonry

Section 6 - Energy & IAQ

6-1C         R-Values of Multi-Wythe Concrete Masonry Walls
6-2C        R-Values and U-Values for Single Wythe Concrete Masonry Walls
6-3           Shifting Peak Energy Loads With Concrete Masonry Construction
6-4B        Energy Code Compliance Using COMCheck
6-5A        Passive Solar Design Strategies
6-6B        Determining the Recycled Content of Concrete Masonry Products
6-7A        Earth-Sheltered Buildings
6-9C        Concrete Masonry and Hardscape Products in LEEDTM 2009
6-10A      Concrete Masonry Radiant Heating/Cooling Systems
6-11A       Insulating Concrete Masonry Walls
6-12C      IECC and Concrete Masonry (2003 & 2006 IBC)
6-12D     Concrete Masonry in the 2009 Edition of the IECC
6-12E      Concrete Masonry in the 2012 Edition of the IECC
6-13B      Thermal Bridges in Wall Construction
6-14A      Control of Air Leakage in Concrete Masonry Walls
6-15A      Radon-Resistant Concrete Masonry Foundation Walls
6-16A      Heat Capacity (HC) Values for Concrete Masonry Walls
6-17B     Condensation Control in Concrete Masonry Walls

Section 7 - Fire Resistance

7-1C    Fire Resistance Ratings of Concrete Masonry Assemblies
7-2      Balanced Design Fire Protection
7-3A   Firestopping for Concrete Masonry Walls
7-4A   Foam Plastic Insulation in Concrete Masonry Walls
7-5A   Evaluating Fire-Exposed Concrete Masonry Walls
7-6A   Steel Column Fire Protection

Section 8 - Maintenance & Cleaning

8-1A   Maintenance of Concrete Masonry Walls
8-2A   Removal of Stains from Concrete Masonry
8-3A   Control and Removal of Efflorescence
8-4A   Cleaning Concrete Masonry

Section 9 - Mortar, Grout & Stucco

9-1A  Mortars for Concrete Masonry
9-2B  Self-Consolidating Grout for Concrete Masonry
9-3A  Plaster and Stucco For Concrete Masonry
9-4A  Grout for Concrete Masonry

Section 10 - Movement Control

10-1A    Crack Control in Concrete Masonry Walls
10-2C    Control Joints for Concrete Masonry Walls – Empirical Method
10-3       Control Joints for Concrete Masonry Walls – Alternative Engineered Method
10-4       Crack Control for Concrete Brick & other CM Veneers

Section 11 - Articulating Concrete Block (ACBs)

11-9B     Articulated Concrete Block for Erosion Control
11-12A   ACB Revetment Design – Factor of Safety Method
11-13      Articulating Concrete Block (ACB) Installation

Section 12 - Reinforcement & Connectors

12-1B     Anchors and Ties for Masonry
12-2B     Joint Reinforcement for Concrete Masonry
12-3C     Design of Anchor Bolts Embedded in Concrete Masonry
12-4D    Steel Reinforcement for Concrete Masonry
12-5       Fasteners for Concrete Masonry
12-6       Splices, Development & Standard Hooks for CM (2006 IBC)
12-6A    Splices, Development and Standard Hooks for CM Based on the 2009 & 2012 IBC

Section 13 - Sound

13-1C    Sound Transmission Class Ratings for CM Walls
13-2A   Noise Control with Concrete Masonry
13-3A    Concrete Masonry Highway Sound Barriers
13-4A    Outdoor-Indoor Transmission Class of CM Walls

Section 14 - Structural - General

14-1B    Section Properties of Concrete Masonry Walls
14-3A    Designing Concrete Masonry for Wind Loads
14-4B    Strength Design Provisions for Concrete Masonry
14-5A    Loadbearing Concrete Masonry Wall Design
14-6       Concrete Masonry Bond Patterns
14-7B    ASD of Concrete Masonry (2005 and 2008 MSJC)
14-7C    ASD of Concrete Masonry (2012 IBC & 2011 MSJC)
14-8B    Empirical Design of Concrete Masonry Walls
14-9A    Hybrid Concrete Masonry Design
14-10B  Impact Resistance of CM Correctional Facilities
14-11B   Strength Design of CM Walls for Axial Load & Flexure
14-12B  Seismic Design Forces on Conc. Masonry Buildings
14-13B  Concrete Masonry Wall Weights
14-14     Concrete Masonry Arches
14-15B  ASD of Pier and Panel Highway Sound Barrier Walls
14-16B  Concrete Masonry Fence Design
14-17A  Software for Structural Design of Concrete Masonry
14-18B  Seismic Design and Detailing Requirements for Masonry Structures
14-19A  ASD Tables for Reinforced CM Walls (2006 & 2009 IBC)
14-19B  ASD Tables for Reinforced CM Walls (2012 IBC & 2011 MSJC)
14-20A  Post-Tensioned Concrete Masonry Wall Design
14-21A  Design of Concrete Masonry Walls for Blast Loading
14-22     Design and Construction of Dry-Stack Masonry Walls
14-23     Design of Concrete Masonry Infill

Section 15 - Foundation & Retaining Walls

15-1B   Allowable Stress Design of CM Foundation Walls
15-2B   Strength Design of Reinforced CM Foundation Walls
15-3A   Roles and Responsibilities on SRW Projects
15-4B   Segmental Retaining Wall Global Stability
15-5B   Segmental Retaining Wall Design
15-6      Concrete Masonry Gravity Retaining Walls
15-7B   Concrete Masonry Cantilever Retaining Walls
15-8B   Guide to Segmental Retaining Walls
15-9A   Seismic Design of Segmental Retaining Walls

Section 16 - Structural - Multi-Wythe Walls

16-1A   Multi-Wythe Concrete Masonry Walls
16-2B   Structural Design of Unreinforced Composite Masonry
16-3B   Reinforced Composite Concrete Masonry Walls
16-4A   Design of Concrete Masonry Noncomposite Walls

Section 17 - Structural - Beams, Columns & Lintels

17-1D   ASD of CM Lintels Based on 2012 IBC/2011 MSJC
17-2A   Precast Lintels for Concrete Masonry Construction
17-3A   Allowable Stress Design of Conc. Masonry Columns
17-4B   Allowable Stress Design of CM Pilasters

Section 18 - Quality Assurance, Inspection & Testing

18-1B     Evaluating the Compressive Strength of CM based on 2012IBC/2011 MSJC
18-1C     Evaluating the Compressive Strength of CM based on 2015IBC/2013 MSJC
18-2C     Sampling and Testing Concrete Masonry Units
18-3B    Concrete Masonry Inspection
18-4A    Creep Properties of Post-Tensioned and High-Rise CM
18-5B     Masonry Mortar Testing
18-6       Structural Testing of CM Assemblages
18-7       Compressive Strength Testing Variables for CM Units
18-8B    Grout Quality Assurance
18-9A    Evaluating Existing Concrete Masonry Construction
18-10A  Sampling and Testing Segmental Retaining Wall Units
18-11B   Inspection Guide for Segmental Retaining Walls

Section 19 - Water Penetration Resistance

19-1      Water Repellents for Concrete Masonry Walls
19-2B   Design for Dry Single-Wythe Concrete Masonry Walls
19-3B   Preventing Water Penetration in Below-Grade CM Walls
19-4A   Flashing Strategies for Concrete Masonry Walls
19-5A   Flashing Details for Concrete Masonry Walls
19-6A   Joint Sealants for Concrete Masonry Walls
19-7      Characteristics of CMU with Integral Water Repellent

Section 20 - Manufactured Stone Veneer

20-1        Key Installation Checkpoints for Manufactured Stone Veneer

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