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Query about a reference

Query about a reference

Query about a reference

Hi All,

My apologies for cross posting - i originally put this in the 'marine / ocean engineering other topics' forum but didn't get an answer. I'm hoping somebody here might be able to assist.

i'm looking for a reference and wondered if you could help.

i can view parts of the following on google books

Design of Marine Facilities for Berthing, Mooring and Repair of Vessels by John Gaythwaite published by ASCE in 2004. see link

In chapter 10 (page 425) it quotes reference 21 as a good source of information on culvert sluices and valves, however the reference page is not on google books.

I don't particularly want to spend £140 just to find out one reference and wondered if any of you owned or had access to the above publication. Could tell me what the reference 21 is?

It looks to be a good general read but i can't afford it at the moment, hence the plea for assistance!

Many thanks in advance, HM  

No more things should be presumed to exist than are absolutely necessary - William of Occam

RE: Query about a reference

Thanks Ussuri,

I think i might have to go down that route since nobody here seems to have a copy.


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