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January 2018

CIRCULAR PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS WAS PROPOSED

PRECINCT 8, (Intersection of Doncaster Road and Tram Road), Pedestrian Overpass Council’s Draft Urban Masterplan suggests that this key intersection should have a strong pedestrian function. A pedestrian overpass is proposed as a means of connecting and unifying this busy node. Any overpass must be outstanding in terms of its design as this is the […]

LUNAR ENERGY THE HARNESSING OF OCEAN TIDES

LEAST RELIABLE, LEAST ECONOMICAL AND LEAST PREFERRED  The gravitational pull of the moon and sun along with the rotation of the earth cause the tides. In some places, tides cause water levels near the shore to vary up to 40 feet. People had harnessed this movement of water to operate grain mills more than a […]