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Correspondence. Structural Engineering in South Africa

SIR,-with reference to the letter from Mr. G. M. Frost, on page 166 of your March issue, may I be allowed to correct one of the figures given for the large Hyperbolic Cooling Towers erected from the designs of L. G. Mouchel and Parhers, for the Klip Station of the Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Company? The diameter of each of the 5 towers now completed and of the 6th in course of erection, at base level, is 180ft., and not 100ft. The height given, viz., 220ft., is correct.