Reference numberMS/525/6/6/3/18
TitleLetter from Dugald Clerk to Sir Charles Algernon Parsons, Heaton Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne
Date15 July 1915
DescriptionClerk called at the Admiralty to see Dumas and the mine gear which sits on the spherical case. Dumas will send a young naval officer to Heaton with the gear and to explain it. The horns do project a considerable distance, but might be substituted for a weight in the testing tank. Clerk is glad to hear that Parsons has simplified the design and thanks him for his energetic work.
FormatCarbon copy
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7825Clerk; Sir; Dugald (1854 - 1932); mechanical engineer1854 - 1932
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