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Authorised form of nameStanton; Sir; Thomas Edward (1865 - 1931)
SurnameStanton
ForenamesThomas Edward
Dates1865 - 1931
Dates and placesBirth:
23 December 1865
Death:
30 August 1931
ActivityEducation:
DSc (Vict)
Honours:
CBE 1920; Kt 1928
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/05/1914
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc Series A 1932 vol 135 pp ix-xv, plate, signed by J E P and F J S
Royal Society codeNA1690
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1914/15Stanton, Sir Thomas Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/14/605Copy letter from Arthur William Rucker, to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, [Fellow of the Royal Society]7 April 1897
NLB/14/869Copy letter from Arthur William Rucker, to Thomas Edward Stanton, [Fellow of the Royal Society]31 May 1897
NLB/15/57Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor William Cawthorne Unwin, Fellow of the Royal Society15 June 1897
RR/17/371Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The elastic limits of iron and steel under cyclical variations of stress' by Leonard Bairstow21 June 1909
NLB/44/385Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr T [Thomas] E [Edward] Stanton3 July 1911
NLB/59/668Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Thomas Edward] Stanton, FRS1 November 1920
NLB/52/317Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society8 November 1915
NLB/52/322Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society]9 November 1915
NLB/54/407Copy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Dr. [Thomas Edward] Stanton, FRS4 May 1917
NLB/54/369Copy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Dr. Dugald Clerk, Chairman of the Applied Sciences Committee and FRS25 April 1917
RR/20/136Referee's report by Horace Lamb, on a paper 'Similarity of motion in relation to the surface friction of fluids' by Thomas Edward Stanton and J R PannellDecember 1913
RR/20/137Referee's report by William Mitchinson Hicks, on a paper 'Similarity of motion in relation to the surface friction of fluids' by Thomas Edward Stanton and J R PannellJanuary 1914
NLB/54/432Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Thomas Edward] Stanton, FRS14 May 1917
RR/22/67Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'Surface friction: Experiments with steam and water in pipes' by Cecil Howard LanderDecember 1915
RR/22/82Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'On speed effect and recovery in slow-speed alternating stress tests' by W MasonJanuary 1916
RR/24/29Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'On convex contact and rolling resistance' by Herbert Chatley[May 1917]
RR/27/34Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'Further researches on the strength of materials' by William Ernest DalbyDecember 1922
RR/27/12Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'On the use of very small pitot-tubes for measuring wind velocity' by Muriel BarkerMay 1922
RR/26/150Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The energy in air, steam and carbon dioxide from 100C to 2000C' by W D Womersley19 October 1921
RR/27/98Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The fatigue failure of metals' by Charles Frewen Jenkin2 November 1922
RR/42/60Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The application of Osborne Reynolds' theory of heat transfer to flow through a pipe' by Geoffrey Ingram TaylorJuly 1930
NLB/55/194Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Thomas Edward] Stanton, FRS09 January 1918
RR/31/12Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The failure of sprial steel spring under repetition stresses' by F C Lea and J D Vaughan[April 1924]
RR/32/82Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'High-frequency fatigue tests' by Charles Frewen Jenkin27 May 1925
RR/30/68Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The Herbert Pendulum Hardness Tester' by Edward Geisler Herbert[October 1924]
RR/32/68Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'Torsional vibrations in reciprocating engine shafts' by George Ridsdale GoldsbroughJune 1925
NLB/58/471Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Thomas Edward] Stanton, FRS11 May 1920
RR/37/51Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'An experimental study of the flow of water in pipes of rectangular section' by S J Davies and C M WhiteFebruary 1928
RR/38/81Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'High frequency fatigue' by Charles Frewen Jenkin and G D LehmannMay 1929
RR/38/125Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The strength of tubular struts' by Andrew RobertsonJune 1928
RR/39/68Second referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'On the coefficient of heat transfer from the internal surface of tube walls' by Albert Eagle and R M Ferguson[March 1930]
RR/39/67Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'On the coefficient of heat transfer from the internal surface of tube walls' by Albert Eagle and R M Ferguson[January 1930]
RR/42/1Referee's report by Thomas Stanton, on two papers 'Explosion waves and shock waves. Part I.—The wave-speed camera and its application to the photography of bullets in flight' and 'Explosion waves and shock waves Part II—The shock wave and explosion products sent out by blasting detonators' by William Payman and Donald Whitley WoodheadMarch 1931
RR/42/55Referee's report by Richard Vynne Southwell, on a paper 'The development of a high speed wind channel for research in external ballistics' by Thomas Edward StantonJanuary 1931
RR/13/272Referee's report by John Perry, on a paper 'On the passage of heat between metal surfaces and liquids in contact with them' by Thomas Edward Stanton3 May 1897
RR/22/70Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'On the effect of the form of the transverse section on the frictional resistance to the motion of an elongated body parallel to its length through a fluid' by Chaarles Herbert Lees12 October 1915
RR/42/93Referee's report by Richard Vynne Southwell, on a paper 'On the eddy system in the wake of flat circular plates in three dimensional flow' by Dorothy Marshall and Thomas Edward Stanton4 November 1930
RR/44/95Referee's report by Thomas Edward Stanton, on a paper 'The plastic distortion of metals' by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor and H QuinneyMay 1931
RR/47/109Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'The growth of waves on water due to the action of the wind' by Thomas Edward Stanton, Dorothy Marshall and R HoughtonMay 1932
NLB/66/509Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to [William Ernest] Dalby, FRS20 May 1924
NLB/66/248Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Thomas Edward] Stanton, FRS27 March 1924
NLB/68/585Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Owen Willans] Richardson, FRS8 September 1925
RR/34/111Referee's report by Horace Lamb, on a paper 'On the flow of gases at high speeds' by Thomas Edward Stanton[April 1926]
RR/13/273Referee's report by William Cawthorne Unwin, on a paper 'On the passage of heat between metal surfaces and liquids in contact with them' by Thomas Edward Stanton9 May 1897
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