In buildings with storey partitions of hollow blocks or reinforced concrete proper, brick walls are usually placed over each other, and the construction process is also more consistent with that of the floor structure.
The differences in joining methods can be found in the degree of reinforcement and the use of poured concrete.
The figure to the right shows a typical join over a load-bearing longitudinal wall/main partition.
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Byggebogen: Hulstensdæk, blad 3 (1951)