Interim Report on Mining Subsidence and its Effect on Structures
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Interim Report on Mining Subsidence and its Effect on Structures

The Structural Engineer
Interim Report on Mining Subsidence and its Effect on Structures
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This Report deals with the effects, on structures situated in mining districts, of subsidence caused by the underground working of minerals, and with the precautions to be taken in designing such structures.

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