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For anyone who may be interested I have summarized the Main Wind Force vs C&C Wind Force discussion as an entry on StructuralPedia.

Feel free to add to it or modify it as necessary.

One question I came up with when creating this is: Can a pilaster be part of a masonry shear wall? Are pilasters typically part of the shear wall? Usually you put a joint on one or both sides of a masonry pilaster which I wouldn't consider capable of transferring shear force.

- Jeremy

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