The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 26 (1948) > Issues > Issue 1 > Structures in Areas Subjected to Mining Subsidence
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Structures in Areas Subjected to Mining Subsidence

1. THE MECHANICS OF MINING SUBSIDENCE The phenomena connected with Mining Subsidence depend on the nature of the strata, the position, thickness and slope of the seams on the one hand, and on the manner and timing of the working of the seams on the other. Dr. K.W. Mautner

Author(s): Mautner, K W

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