MS-D.5—Measurement of ultrasonic pulse velocity for masonry units and wallettes
RILEM Technical Committees RILEM TC 127-MS: Tests for Masonry Materials and Structures Recommendations
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KeywordsPulse Velocity Ultrasonic Pulse Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Masonry Unit Masonry Specimen
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