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RE: Deflection of Wood Studs for Brick

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I would stick with L/600. What difference whether it is wood or steel would
it make? The L/600 is based on the need to maintain integrity of the veneer.

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> Subject: Deflection of Wood Studs for Brick
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> Trying to determine the deflection requirements for wood 
> studs backing brick veneer.  I know the BIA tech reports 
> recommend L/600 for steel studs backing brick veneer but the 
> tech note for wood studs is silent.  Also, ACI 530 prescribes 
> requirements for horizontal members supporting brick to be 
> l/600 or 0.3 inch but nothing on this subject.  Based on the 
> IBC 2006 I can use l/240 for brittle finishes which seems a 
> bit loose. Am I missing something here?
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