Is there are physical or mathematical explanation to prove that the English bond is much stronger than the Flemish bond?
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Fasi Ur Rahman
English bond and Flemish bond are the two most common brick masonry patterns used in wall construction.
A brick construction pattern with alternate courses of brick laid as stretchers and headers forms an English bond.
A flemish bond is a brick construction pattern that consists of alternate stretchers and headers for each course.
Detailed features of English and Flemish bonds along with their difference are explained in the article link given below-
English Bond and Flemish Bond – Features & Difference