PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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Born Sheffield, England, 4 April 1907; died Melbourne 19 August 1984. Education University of London (B.Sc. 1932) and University of Freiburg (National Philosophy D. 1934). Metallurgist, Metropolitan Vickers Ltd., U.K., 1934-37. Assistant director of metallurgy research at the University of Melbourne 1937-41. Consulting metallurgist, Melbourne, 1941-84.
- X-ray examination of light alloy aeroplane castings. Commonwealth Engineer, 25 (1937-38), 377-378.
- X-rays in the engineering industry. Institution of Engineers, Australia. Journal., 10 (1938), 243-250.
- X-ray examination of rolled brass strip. Commonwealth Engineer, 26 (1938-39), 250-251.
- X-ray testing of welds. Commonwealth Engineer, 27 (1939-40), 3-7.
- Some manufacturing applications of x-ray examination. Modern Engineer, 13 (1939), 371-373; 430-433.
- The working principles of radiography. Modern Engineer, 13 (1939), 549-551.
- The application of X-ray powder photography to the investigation of alloys. Institution of Engineers, Australia. Journal., 12 (1940), 102-110.
- X-rays in research and industry. Melbourne: Tait Publishing Co., 1942. 96 pp.
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