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  1. Free, publicly-accessible full text available July 1, 2023
  2. Abstract
    Two partition walls with return walls at both ends and traditional slip-track detailing were investigated. Special gap details were evaluated to reduce damage at the wall intersection. The first detail utilized a large gap in the wall intersection, while the other detail utilized distributed gaps along the wall. The walls were tested under a bidirectional loading protocol, to provide better insight into the wall intersection behavior under bidirectional loading.
  3. Abstract
    The slip behavior of two straight drywall partition walls (without return walls) – one with conventional slip-track detailing and the other with telescoping detailing – was examined. These drywall partition walls were tested under a bidirectional loading protocol, which allowed for systematic evaluation of the effect of out of plane drift on the in-plane resistance of the drywall partition walls.