PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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WORNER, Hill Wesley
Born Kerang, Victoria, 1 May 1917; died 7 March 2002. Education, Bendigo School of Mines (Dip. Applied Chem. 1934) and University of Melbourne (B.Sc. 1936, M.Sc. 1938, D.Sc. 1953). Metallurgist, Broken Hill Association of Smelters, Melbourne, 1939. Lecturer in metallurgy, University of Melbourne 1940. Research Metallurgist, C.S.I.R. Lubricants and Bearings Section, 1941-42; Division of Industrial Chemistry 1943-45; Physical Metallurgy Section 1946-53. Syme Prize (shared), 1951. Metallurgist, Mines Board Canada, Ottawa, 1954-55. Professor of metallurgy, University of Melbourne 1956-75. Member, Executive C.S.I.R.O. 1976-78, 1982; Director of the Institute of Industrial Technology 1979-81. F.T.S. 1978. A.O. 1981.
- (With F.P. Bowden) The manufacture of bearings and their micro and x-ray examination. Australia. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. Journal., 13 (1940), 313-315.
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