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The use and behaviour of large diameter piles in London Clay Discussion on the paper by W. W. FRISCHMANN and W. G. K. FLEMING

Introducing the paper Mr. Frischmann said that large diameter piles, with the help of soil engineering, offered us the possibility of economically founding buildings of the same height as those seen on the Manhattan skyline.