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General Electric Company. Fluid Mechanics Research Group. (1)

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University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Engineering. Fluid Mechanics Laboratory. (1)

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University of California, Riverside. Dept. of Engineering. Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (1)

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Nonweiler, Terence Reginald Forbes, 1925-1999, engineer, Professor of Engineering (Aeronautics and Fluid Mechanics), University of Glasgow (1)

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Terence Reginald Forbes Nonweiler was born in London on the 08 February 1925 . In 1949 he married Patricia Hilda Frances (nèe Neame). They had four sons and one daughter. He was educated at Goudhurst, Kent. After a years student teaching there he entered the University of Manchester in 1942 and obtained the degree of BSc in the Honours School of Mathematics in 1944 . That same year he became the Scientific Officer for the Scientific Advisor's Department of the Air Ministry, a pos...

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Duncan, William Jolly (1894-1960: aeronautical engineer, Mechan Professor of Aeronautics and Fluid Mechanics, University of Glasgow, Scotland) (1)

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William Jolly Duncan was born on 26 April 1894 , the son of Robert Duncan MP, senior partner in the marine engineering firm of Ross and Duncan of Glasgow and Mary Jolly. He married Enid Meyler Baker in 1936 and had four daughters. He was educated at Allan Glen‰??s School, Dulwich College and University College London. He served with the Royal Army Service Corps in the First World War and then with the Aeronautical Inspection Department. He was a member of the family marine engine...

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Duncan William Jolly 1894-1960 Aeronautical Engineer, Mechan Professor of Aeronautics and Fluid Mechanics, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 1950 (1)

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