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RECENT PROGRESS IN DREDGING-MACHINERY (INCLUDES PLATES AT BACK OF VOLUME)
Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers
Engineering) (Lond.). neering) (Lond.), Stud. THIS Paper will be confined to the better-known kinds of dredgers, namely bucket dredgers, suction dredgers of the " cutter," " drag," and "moored " types, and dipper dredgers. Each of these kinds within its limits is recognized as being most suitable for particular conditions of dredging ; and there are, of coursel variations of each type, designed to meet local conditions. The vessels selected for the purpose of illustration have not been chosendoi:10.1680/imotp.1917.15878 fatcat:hozsgtv4ubcylfj3d5pqniti74