PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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GREENWOOD, John Neill
Born St. Helens, England, 12 December 1894; died Mornington, Victoria, 30 August 1981. Education University of Manchester (B.Sc. 1916, M.Sc. 1917, D.Sc. 1922). Research metallurgist, Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., U.K., 1916-19. Head of the Research department, Samuel Fox & Co., Sheffield, England, 1919-24. Professor of metallurgy at Melbourne University 1924-45; Research professor 1946-64.
- Applications of optical pyrometry in steel works practice. Faraday Society, London. Transactions., 13 (1918), 295-308.
- The failure of metals through the action of internal stress irregularities with special reference to tool steels. Faraday Society, London. Transactions., 27 (1921-22), 123-138.
- Determination of the corrections to optical pyrometer readings taken during steel making and casting. Iron & Steel Institute, Carnegie Scholar Mem., 12 (1923), 27-74.
- (With T.H. Laby) Walter Rosenhain, 1875-1934. Melbourne: Ford & Son, n.d. (1934?). 5pp.
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