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What is a difference between jetty and wharf

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Asked by SANDIP KARMARKAR, 17 Sep '09 09:56 pm
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A jetty is a structure, such as a pier, that projects into a body of water to influence the current or tide or to protect a harbor or shoreline from storms or erosion.

A wharf is a fixed platform, commonly on pilings, where ships are loaded and unloaded.
Answered by Shan Real, 17 Sep '09 10:05 pm

 
  
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Pier(jetty) is a structure perpendicular to the shore for ships loading and unloading in diffrent scales ,but wharf(quey)is built alongside of the shore with the same application. .........
Answered by miss, 17 Sep '09 10:00 pm

 
  
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