Discussion on Site Investigations for Structural Foundations by I.H. McFarlane and M.J. Tomlinson
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Discussion on Site Investigations for Structural Foundations by I.H. McFarlane and M.J. Tomlinson

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Discussion on Site Investigations for Structural Foundations by I.H. McFarlane and M.J. Tomlinson
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Mr. P. F: Winfield (F): This paper should contribute to a better understanding between soils engineers and structural engineers.

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