The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 23 (1945) > Issues > Issue 12 > Soil Swelling and the Engineer
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Soil Swelling and the Engineer

In the September, October and November, 1940, issues of The Structural Engineer there appeared an abstract of an Interim Report on the phenoyna responsible for the cracking of buildings constructed on the Black Cotton and "Kyattiā€¯ soils of the Mandalay District, Burma. With the completion of the investigations and the preparation of the final report, it is now possible to give the causes of the phenomena recorded. These are reproduced, in abstract form, for the information of those interested in such Engineering Soil Problems. F.L.D. Wooltorton

Author(s): Wooltorton, F L D