William Dunn (1859-1934) was a mathematician and structural engineer with a flair for design in concrete. One of the first exponents of reinforced concrete, he acted as chief advisor to the British Office of Works on the use of it. During his working life, Dunn made a special study of dome construction and was consulted about repairing the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral. He spent most of his later years in Kenya.
Publisher: University of London Press
Date Published: 1911
Place Published: London
Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 141 p. 52 figures. 7 folded diagrams in pocket at rear. Green cloth hardcover with gold print. Some thumbing throughout. A little soiling to title page. Small label on rear pocket.