The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 42 (1964) > Issues > Issue 5 > Power Stations as a Structural Problem
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Power Stations as a Structural Problem

The paper offers a solution in general terms for the design of the two major types of power station in use today. The variety of problems confronting the engineer when preparing a design for either a conventional, coal-fired or a modern, nuclear-powered station are discussed and special reference is made, under the following sub-headings, to a number of essential factors which control the design and construction of a power station. H. Dickson