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The most common size of CMU block is (nominal): __" x __" x __", (actual): __" x __" x __", and has a mortar joint width of __".

8 x 8 x 16" (nominal),
7-5/8 x 7-5/8 x 15-5/8" (actual),
3/8" joint width

Thicknesses of brick walls are designated in
terms of:

Wythe

high-strength mortar, typically used in high load areas and masonry below grade

M

medium-high-strength mortar, typically used in severe weather exposure areas with
normal compressive loads

S

medium-strength mortar, most
commonly used as mortar above grade

N

medium-low-strength mortar, typically used only for non-load bearing interior walls and partitions

O

WeaK stregth mortar

K

7 Most commonly used construction materials:

Aggregates, asphalt, concrete, masonry units, steel, lumber, glass.

(Grout/Mortar):highly fluid mixture of cement, sand, and water used to solid fill CMU cores and bond
anchorage and reinforcement to surrounding masonry. Also commonly used to increase fire rating, sound proofing, and thermal properties.

Grout