The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 33 (1955) > Issues > Issue 11 > Research Work in Soil Mechanics at the University College of Swansea
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Research Work in Soil Mechanics at the University College of Swansea

The subject matter of this paper is intimately connected with the interests and activities of the Institution of Structural Engineers inasmuch as the problems in soil mechanics that we have studied in the Engineering Department of Swansea University College have originated in the panels, committees and subcommittees set up in London by the Institution. A.A. Fordham

Author(s): Fordham, A A

Keywords: research;soil mechanics;1930s;1940s;retaining walls