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Reference numberEC/1862/10
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TitleSiemens, Sir Charles William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCharles William Siemens. The Discoverer of - A Law regarding the Expansion of Steam by heat, and certain properties of Insulating materials. The Author of Treatises on - The conversion of heat into mechanical effect - On the expansion of Steam by heat &c - On testing &c Submarine cables, with papers and Lectures on particular Inventions - all published in full. The Inventor or Improver of Chronometric Governor - Anastatic Printing - High pressure Water Meter - Regenerative Steam and Gas Engines - Regenerative Gas Furnace - A Bathometer - An Electric Resistance Thermometer and appliances used in the manufacture of Submarine cables. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the Applied sciences. Eminent as a Telegraph Engineer, having in conjunction with his brother, Dr Werner Siemens exeuted important works, and having also been employed by Her Majestys Government as their Electrical Engineer for the construction of the Malta and Alexandria Telegraph.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. James P Joule.
From Personal Knowledge. John Hawkshaw; J F Bateman; Tho Graham; G B Airy; M Faraday; John Percy; Alexr W Williamson; William Thomson; Robt FitzRoy; C Wheatstone; J P Gassiot; Joshua Field; George Rennie; Charles Manby; Thomas Webster; William Pole; J George Appold
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Siemens, Sir Charles William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6256Siemens; Sir; Charles William (1823 - 1883)1823 - 1883
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