Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volumes 10-11

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American Society of Civil Engineers., 1884
Vols. for Jan. 1896-Sept. 1930 contain a separately page section of Papers and discussions which are published later in revised form in the society's Transactions. Beginning Oct. 1930, the Proceedings are limited to technical papers and discussions, while Civil engineering contains items relating to society activities, etc.

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Page 60 - Transactions during the year for which the medal is awarded, shall be open to the award, provided that such papers shall not have been previously contributed in whole or in part to any other association, nor have appeared in print prior to their publication by the Society, nor have been published in the Transactions in any previous year.
Page 98 - Commission to Select and Locate Lands for Public Parks in the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Wards of the City of New York and in the Vicinity Thereof : Luther R.
Page 58 - I shall signify in writing to the Society that I am desirous of withdrawing my name therefrom, I shall (after the payment of any...
Page 11 - Engineers ; transactions of the American Institute of Mining Engineers and of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers...
Page 61 - Proposed plan for a Sewerage System and for the disposal of the sewage of the City of Providence.
Page 94 - Transactions, presented an elaborate and carefully prepared report upon the subject which closed with the proposal of the following resolution. Resolved, That the President be authorized to appoint a committee of five to digest and report in detail as soon as practicable upon the time, place, and terms of the publication of such a journal, to elect an editor, fix his salary, and to arrange all other necessary details.
Page 27 - Report of the commission on the boundary lines between the state of New York and the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Page 10 - OED 2 number were for private parties. More than seven-eighths, therefore, of all the tests made were for the Government service. It is fair to believe that this public work will increase from year to year, and that the day is not far distant when the machine will have to be used exclusively on Government work. The capacity of this machine is limited to tests of extension and compression. Additional machines should be provided for the tests of torsional and transverse resistance, and estimates have...
Page 58 - Manchester, the following resolution was adopted: Resolved, That the President be authorized to appoint a committee of...
Page 52 - ... received, brought into practical shape a general programme, which the vice-president of this society informally submitted to you a few days since. In accordance with your suggestion at that time, there is prusented to you herewith this programme. PROGRAMME. Congress has appropriated the sum pf $10,000 for "caring for, preserving, using, and operating the United States Testing Machine at the Watertown Arsenal" for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1883.

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