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Some Points Concerning the Design of Concrete Tanks

Mr. President and Gentlemen, a word of apology is first necessary. It was only after the printing of the programme that I realised that the time allotted this evening would be too short for the purpose of developing the theme I had originally in mind and prepared under the title of this paper. The choice then lay between an abridgement and a selection. By your leave the latter is here chosen, and the intention is now to present brief observations upon certain details of tank design and to describe two examples, of recent date, which, it is hoped, may furnish material for discussion. E. Copeland Snelgrove

Author(s): Snelgrove, E Copeland