The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 15 (1937) > Issues > Issue 8 > The Development of Soil Mechanics
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The Development of Soil Mechanics

THOUGH Soil Mechanics is not by any means a new science it is only of recent years that a serious attempt has been made to study the foundation soil by practical as well as by theoretical means. The recent progress has been truly phenomenal. F.L.D. Wooltorton

Author(s): Wooltorton, F L D

Keywords: soil mechanics;reviews;design theories