This paper elaborates on the experimental results of three rectangular wall specimens that were designed according to the New Zealand concrete design standard and were tested under in-plane cyclic loading. The possible failure modes of the New Zealand modern ductile walls and the adequacy of the wall design provisions are discussed in light of the experimental observations.
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