The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 38 (1960) > Issues > Issue 12 > The Structural Engineer in the Coal Industry
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The Structural Engineer in the Coal Industry

A brief historical reference is made particularly relating to structural developments. The main design features of headframes and winder towers and the principal colliery buildings are discussed. Reference is made to some design and constructional aspects of shaft linings, insets, skip pockets and underground roadways. C. A. C. Davies

Author(s): Davies, C A C

Keywords: structural engineers;collieries;structures;headframes;case studies;design