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" To reflect, or send back the roller was the most effectual plan. For this purpose, nothing more was necessary than a deep perpendicular face of perfect masonry, and so long as it stood firm, it was faultless, and the water inside was smooth as in a millpond... "
Papers Connected with the Construction of the Madras Harbour - Page 178
by India. Public Works Department - 1885 - 201 pages
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The Design and Construction of Harbours: A Treatise on Maritime Engineering

Thomas Stevenson - Harbors - 1874 - 283 pages
...than a deep perpendicular face of perfect masonry, and so long as it stood firm, it was faultless, and the water inside was smooth as in a mill-pond...that due to little more than double its own height. A roller, 20 feet in height, would produce a pressure of about a ton per foot, and it would be reflected...
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The design and construction of harbours. Repr. and enlarged from the article ...

1874
...than a Jeep perpendicular face of perfect masonry, and so long as it stood firm, it was faultless, and the water inside was smooth as in a mill-pond...reflected on a perpendicular wall, it merely produced a hydranlic pressure, equal to that due to little more than double its own height. A roller, 20 feet...
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Annual Reports of the War Department, Volume 2, Part 4

United States. War Department - 1894
...Russell's opinion that "the reflection [of a roller by an upright wall] really converts the whole eli'ect of the roller on itself into a simple pressure of water When such a. wave is rellected on a perpendicular wall, it merely produces a hydrostatic pressure ei)iial to that due...
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Proceedings, Volume 6

Brooklyn Engineers Club - 1903
...and down through a height equal to double the original height of the wave." Mr. Scott Russell says: " When such a wave was reflected on a perpendicular wall, it merely provided a hydraulic pressure equal to that due to little more than double its own height." In the...
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Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 22, Part 1

American Society of Civil Engineers - Civil engineering - 1896
...necessary than a deep perpendicular face of perfect masonry, and so long as it stood firm it was faultless, for the reflection really converted the whole effect...wave was reflected on a perpendicular wall, it merely provided a hydraulic pressure equal to that due to little more than double its own height." Bankine...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 19

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1860
...than a deep perpendicular face of perfect masonry, and so long as it stood firm, it was faultless, and the water inside was smooth as in a millpond ;...perpendicular wall, it merely produced a hydraulic Eressure, equal to that due to little more than double its own eight. A roller, 20 feet in height,...
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