Half a Century Progress in Soft Ground Tunneling
The paper summarizes major developments in the practice of soft ground tunneling in the United States, highlighting the important tunnels constructed in the last half century. The evolution...

Force Reduction in Excavation Devices
Three new concepts are described for earth excavation, slurry-wall excavation, and rock boring. In each case the need for application of force from an external device is substantially...

Iron, Engineers, and Urbanization
Remains of the cast-iron age are easily found in present day cities although progress has served to erase many of them from existence. In the old sections of the downtowns, one is likely...

Influence of Joints in Panelized Structural Systems
Multistory residential structures are partially well suited to panelization and thus industrialization. Compared to the cast-in-place coupled shear wall, the panelized structure is less...

Precast Concrete Tunnel Linings for Toronto Subway
Precast concrete tunnel linings have been used in the Toronto subway system in a wide range of soil conditions. This has resulted in a significant cost saving compared with the traditional...

Manning n* for Cast-in-Place Concrete Pipe
Two-hundred eighty-one independent tests were made in irrigation cast-in-place pipelines during 1964-1966 in a cooperative program between the Salt River Project in Arizona and the United...

Tentative Recommendations for the Design and Construction of Composite Beams and Girders for Buildings
The joint committee was organized in 1956 to prepare recommendations for the design and construction of structures composed of prefabricated beams combined with cast-in-place slabs. After...

Cement Joints for Cast-Iron Water Mains
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Cement Joints for Cast-Iron Water Mains
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External Corrosion of Cast-Iron Pipe
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External Corrosion of Cast-Iron Pipe
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Flow of Water in Wrought and Cast-Iron Pipes from 28 to 48 Ins. in Diameter
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Flow of Water in Wrought and Cast-Iron Pipes from 28 to 42 Ins. in Diameter
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A Line of 28-In. Cast-Iron Submerged Pipes Across the Willamette River, Portland, Ore.
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Notes on Manufacture and Properties of Malleable Cast-Iron
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Tests Of Condensation In Cast-Iron Radiators
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Cast-Iron-Strength, Resilience, Tests and Specifications
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An Investigation to Determine the Strains in A Hollow Cast-Iron Disk, Cooled From the Interior
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Tables of the Strength of Cast-Iron Columns
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Durability of Cast-Iron Water-Mains [An Extract]
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