The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 57 (1979) > Issues > Issue 8 > Copper Refinery Tankhouse, Northern Canada: Design and Construction Features
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Copper Refinery Tankhouse, Northern Canada: Design and Construction Features

The main features of the design and construction of a copper refinery tankhouse are described. A brief account is given of design and construction considerations in overcoming problems associated with a 65 m clear span roof arch subjected to a corrosive, acidic environment, situated in northern Ontario, Canada. V. R. Dunham and R. M. Chalasani