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The History and Progress of Structural Engineering in the Present Century. IV. Developments in Marine Structural Engineering

Wood, iron and mass work, either in the form of roughly pitched banks of stone, coursed masonry and brickwork, precast concrete blocks or cast insitu walls, were the generally accepted media for marine structures up to approximately the beginning of the present century. H.J. Deane

Author(s): Deane, H J

Keywords: marine structures;fenders