Reference numberEC/1912/07
Previous numbersCert XIII, 32; A04492
TitleLyle, Sir Thomas Ranken: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Melbourne. In addition to the work of developing the School of Natural Philosophy of Melbourne, has published the following papers: - 'Currents in Branched and Mutually Inducing Circuits' (Electrician, 1898); 'On Hysteresis' (ibid, 1899); 'On Circular Filaments or Circular Magnetic Shells equivalent to Circular Coils' (Proc Phys Soc Lond, vol xviii, also Phil Mag, 1902; 'The Temperature Variations of the Specific Molecular Conductivity, and of the Fluidity of Sodium Chloride' (in conjunction with Mr Hosking, Phil Mag, 1902); 'Preliminary account of a Wave Tracer and Analyser' (ibid, 1903); 'The Alternate Current Transformer' (Proc Roy Soc Victoria, vol xvii); 'Investigations of the Variation of Magnetic Hysteresis with Frequency' (Proc Phys Soc Lond, vol xix, and Phil Mag, 1905); 'On an Expeditious and Practical Method of Harmonic Analysis' (Proc Roy Soc Victoria, vol xvii); 'Experiments on the Propagation of Longitudinal Waves of Magnetic Flux along Iron Wires and Rods' (in conjunction with Mr Baldwin, Phil Mag, 1906); 'On Transformer Indicator Diagrams' (Proc Phys Soc Lond, vol xx and (Phil Mag, 1906); 'Theory of the Alternate Current Generator' (ibid, vol xxi, and Phil Mag, 1909); 'Experiments on the Behaviour of Iron under Periodic Magnetizing Forces' (in conjunction with Mr Gray, Proc Aust Assoc Adv Sci, Brisbane, 1909).
ProposersJ Joly; W H Bragg; F T Trouton; R T Glazebrook; A Liversidge; O Masson; Robert S Ball; E T Whittaker; J A McClelland; E Rutherford; A A Rambaut
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Lyle, Sir Thomas Ranken: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1205Lyle; Sir; Thomas Ranken (1860 - 1944)1860 - 1944
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