The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 15 (1937) > Issues > Issue 11 > Steel Sheet Piles and Steel Bearing Piles
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Steel Sheet Piles and Steel Bearing Piles

1. The form of steel structural members. The use of steel in foundations, marine and river structures which is constantly expanding in Germany, is founded upon the use of two steel structural elements, that is, sheet piling and bearing piles. Dr.-Ing. Agatz

Author(s): Agatz

Keywords: sheet piles;steel;germany;piling;comparing;timber;reinforced concrete