Reference numberRR/66/64
TitleLetter from John David Griffith Davies, to Reginald Edward Stradling, regarding a paper 'Some cases of the steady two-dimensional percolation of water through ground' by B Davison and Louis Rosenhead
Date7 February 1940
DescriptionSectional Committee: Mathematics

Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton has asked for this paper to be referred to him, asking whether the paper could be passed as safe for publication, and not giving out information which may be of value to the enemy. The paper has been refereed regarding the mathematics, but it is desirable to know if the applications make it worthy of publication.

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London']

No received date.
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspa.1940.0062 Vol.175 1940
Related records in the catalogueRR/66/62
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2244Stradling; Sir; Reginald Edward (1891 - 1952)1891 - 1952
NA1974Rosenhead; Louis (1906 - 1984)1906 - 1984
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