The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 19 (1941) > Issues > Issue 10 > Modern Steel-Framed Boiler House Buildings
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Modern Steel-Framed Boiler House Buildings

MODERN boiler house construction embraces many branches of engineering. In this it is the intention to deal with the work that falls within the scope of the structural engineer; namely, the design and construction of steel-framed buildings to house the modern water tube boilers and their equipment. The water tube boiler is used for heating and for the raising of steam for electric power stations, railways, and industrial purposes. T. Lapsley

Author(s): Lapsley, T