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Structures in Areas Subjected to Mining Subsidence. Discussion on Dr. K.W. Mautner's Paper

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THE PRESIDENT (Mr. F. S. Snow) paid tribute to the great interest of Dr. Mautner’s paper, and commented that not only did he design for the known forces, but also for the unknown forces.

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