Reference numberEC/1910/11
Previous numbersCert XII, 314
TitleHopkinson, Bertram: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Mechanism and Applied Mechanics in the University of Cambridge. Distinguished for his knowledge of and investigations in applied science, especially in relation to the applications of electricity and to the action of internal combustion engines. Author of many papers on these and other subjects, including the following : - 'On Discontinuous Fluid Motions involving Sources and Vortices' (Proc Lond Math Soc, 1898); 'On Electric Tramways' (Min Proc Inst CE, 1902); 'On the Parallel Working of Alternators' (Electrician, 1903); 'On Effects of Momentary Stresses in Metals' (Proc Roy Soc, 1905); 'On Explosions of Coal Gas and Air' (ibid, 1906); 'On a Recording Calorimeter for Explosions' (ibid, 1907); 'On the Indicated Power and Mechanical Efficiency of the Gas-Engine' (Proc Inst Mech Eng, 1907); 'On the Effect of Mixture Strength and Scavenging upon Thermal Efficiency' (ibid, 1908); 'On Heat-Flow and Temperature Distribution in the Gas-Engine' (Min Proc Inst CE, 1909).
ProposersJ A Ewing; John Wolfe Barry; Alexander B W Kennedy; R T Glazebrook; H Darwin; Andrew Noble; C V Boys; D Clerk; Philip Watts; H L Callender; William H White; G C Foster; A R Forsyth; Joseph J Thomson; S P Thompson; James Dewar; C A Parsons; J Perry; A Mallock; W Watson
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Hopkinson, Bertram: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7297Hopkinson; Bertram (1874 - 1918)1874 - 1918
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