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The Structural Aspect of Power Station Design in South Africa

This paper sets out the rrsults of an investigation carried out by the Structural Engineering department of ESCOM to determine, if possible, the most economical design for steel frame power station buildings in South Africa. G.M. Frost

Author(s): Frost, G M

Keywords: power stations;south africa;design;frames;steel;vierfontein power station, south africa;umgeni power station, south africa;hex river power station, south africa;taaibos power station, south africa