1947 Article: Fairbanks AK Field Testing Station for Permafrost Conditions For Sale
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1947 Article: Fairbanks AK Field Testing Station for Permafrost Conditions
This is an original magazine article that was removed from the September 18, 1947 issue of Engineering News-Record Magazine. The title of this article is "A Test Study of Foundation Design for Permafrost Conditions". A paragraph from this article is provided below:
"Permafrost, or permanently frozen, ground is widely destructive of engineering works throughout Alaska. Army engineers have begun a test study of foundation design for permafrost conditions with an extensive field testing station at Fairbanks, Alaska. Airplane surveys of Alaskan terrain and laboratory studies in the United States are being employed to supplement the field tests".
This article contains 4 pages, 1 illustration and 8 photos. Page(s) measure approximately 8.00" wide by 11.00" tall. Article is in very good condition. The article may be larger than our scanner and may appear to be cut off, but the entire article is there. Paper may show toning due to the quality and age of paper. Note: page(s) only and not the entire magazine is included. (inv#-hisart4460)
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