PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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BARRACLOUGH, Samuel Henry Egerton
Born Sydney 25 October 1871; died Sydney 30 August 1958. Education Sydney University (B.E. 1892) and Cornell University: (M.M.E. 1894). 1851 Exhibition scholar, 1892-95. Lecturer in charge of physics, Sydney Technical College, 1895-97. Assistant lecturer in mechanical engineering Sydney University 1897-1908; assistant professor 1908-15; professor 1915-41. President of the Institution of Engineers Australia, 1935. C.B.E. (mil.) 1919; K.B.E. 1920.
- The present position of the theory of the steam engine. Royal Society of New South Wales. Journal and Proceedings., 30 (1896), cxxxi.
- (With W.H. Warren) The effect of temperature on the tensile and compressive properties of copper. Royal Society of New South Wales. Journal and Proceedings., 31 (1897), 281-295.
- (With T.P. Strickland) Experimental investigation of the flow of water in uniform channels. Royal Society of New South Wales. Journal and Proceedings., 31 (1897), 356-376.
- (With J.A. Pollock) Note on a hollow lightning conductor crushed by the discharge. Royal Society of New South Wales. Journal and Proceedings., 39 (1905), 131-138.
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