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Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Volume 28, 1902 Public Deposited

Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Volume 28, 1902

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  • ICEI vol. 28
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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  • Dublin
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  • issued 1902
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  • Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland, Sixty-Fifth and Sixty-Seventh sessions, to May 1901. Vol. XXVIII. Dublin: Printed for the Institution by John Falconer, 53 Upper Sackville Street. 1902. Issuing body changes from the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland to the Institution of Engineers of Ireland from volume 96 onwards.--General meeting of members to authorize revised by-laws – Page 3. --Address to her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, and Empress of India. – Page 5. --Some notes on waterworks by Fred J. Dick, M. Inst. C. E. – Page 7.--Heating by steam at and below atmospheric Pressure by W. R. Maguire, Associate – Page 39.--Steam road-rolling by Michl. J. Buckley, Member – Page 65.--NOTE: Pages 96 & 97 missing. --President’s address, 1900. – Page 98.--The constructive power of the sea by R. G. Allamson-Winn – Page 124.--The utilisation of sewage by Marmaduke F. Purcell, Member – Page 187.--The Galway and Cliften Railway by J. H. Ryan, Vice-President – Page 203.--Notes on Road Construction by R. G. Allanson-Winn, Member – Page 236.--Report of Council for 1898, 1899, and 1900, Auditor’s Reports and Statement of Accounts for each of the three years respectively 31st December 1898, 1899, and 1900. Revises By-laws and passed and authorised at General Meeting of Members, March 29, 1899. List of members for 1901.PLATES:--Vol. XXVIII Plate I. Curve showing general amount of maximum flood in Ireland. --Vol. XXVIII Plate II. Action of case groynes; Dymchurch – before. --Vol. XXVIII Plate III. Dymchurch – after; Dymchurch sea wall.--Vol. XXVIII Plate IV. Method of Raising Groynes; action of high groynes. --Vol. XXVIII Plate V. Hastings and St. Leonards – Deep scour at high timber groyne; Hastings and St. Leonard – deep scours on Lee side of several of the high groynes. --Vol. XXVIII Plate VI. Deal before erection of case groynes; Deal after erection of case groynes. --Vol. XXVIII Plate VII. Cromer sands extensive swill or lateral channel ; Swill diminishing through action of case groyne. --Vol. XXVIII Plate VIII. Swill obliterated through action of case groyne; extensive erosion at Glenbeigh Co. Kerry.--Vol. XXVIII Plate IX. Author’s curved slanting groynes joining on land end of case groynes; plan construction of author’s curved slanting groynes. --Vol. XXVIII Plate X. Utilization of sewage.--Vol. XXVIII Plate XI. Map showing route of Galway and Clifden Railway.--Vol. XXVIII Plate XII Rock cutting, Oughterard. ; Prospect Hill Tunnell. --Vol. XXVIII Plate XIII. Corrib River bridge (in progress).--Vol. XXVIII Plate XIV. Corrib River bridge (in progress).--Vol. XXVIII Plate XV. Corrib River bridge (elevation); Corrib River bridge perspective view. --Vol. XXVIII Plate XVI. Masonry bridges; Earthwork--Vol. XXVIII Plate XVII. Pavements, fans, cantilever bridge ; Land slips. --Vol. XXVIII Plate XVIII. Landslips, retaining walls, surface of road.
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  • Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland
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  • Irish
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  • ICEI-028_001
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  • DCAT0120775

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