Author: Davies, W B
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Davies, W B
In Part I of this paper,I the necessity for minimising obstruction to the waterway was emphasised, and the shape of piers and their location and relation to currents was discussed.
DR. VON EMPERGER, in his introductory remarks, said: It is an honour and a pleasure to have been invited by the President and Council of the Institution of Structural Engineers to address you. I have for many years followed the activities of the Institution, and remember with genuine delight my association with your former President, the late Lieut. Colonel Moncrieff. The reputation which your Institution enjoys abroad is great indeed, and I assure you that I have the keenest interest in all your work, especially the papers which appear in The Structural Engineer, a technical journal which is going from strength to strength. I shall thank you if you will express my appreciation to your President and to your Council for the invitation to speak here this evening.
Oberbaurat Dr. Fritz Von Emperger
SIR,-I listened with great interest to the paper read by Mr. Alan Moncrieff, and also to the discussion.