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Reference numberEC/1878/07
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TitleCotterill, James Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following papers
1. On the Elastic Potential of Beams and arches (Four papers published in the Philosophical Magazine, May-July 1865)
2. On Propellers (Two papers published in the Annual of the Roy School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering 1872, 1873)
3. Reaction of an Elastic Fluid issuing from an Orifice (Annual &c 1874)
4. M Duhil de Benaze on the Rolling of Ships among Waves (Naval Science, 1872)
5. On the distribution of Energy in a Mass of Liquid in a state of Steady Motion (Philosophical Magazine Feby 1876)
6. Notes on the Theory of the Steam Engine (Tract published by Spon First Edition 1871. Second Edition in the Press)
7. The Steam Engine considered as a Heat Engine. 1878.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. J Clerk Maxwell.
From Personal Knowledge. T Archer Hirst; W Froude; C W Merrifield; O Henrici; W K Clifford; H Debus
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Cotterill, James Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

Cotterill, James Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8186Cotterill; James Henry (1836 - 1922)1836 - 1922
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