4 edition of Wave action in relation to engineering structures. found in the catalog.
Wave action in relation to engineering structures.
David Du Bose Gaillard
On verso of t-p.: War department, Document no. 225. Office of the chief of engineers.
|Statement||By D.D. Gaillard, captain, Corps of engineers, U.S.A.|
|Series||Professional papers of the Corps of engineers, U.S. Army., no. 31|
|LC Classifications||TC209 .G2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||12015864|
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