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The rational design of reinforced concrete wharves and jetties, with particular reference to those for wet docks that have a permanent water level

The title of my paper may at first sight appear to be rather ambitious, or even dogmatic, as if there were very few wharves, etc., designed rationally, but nothing is farther from my mind. I use the word rational advisedly, and in its extreme literal sense; in other words, the design of reinforced concrete wharves from a common sense, or practical standpoint, based on my own personal experience of about 12 years on this particular class of work. W. Cleaver