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Authorised form of nameBinnie; Alfred Maurice (1901 - 1986)
Dates1901 - 1986
NationalityBritish
Date of birth06/02/1901
Date of death31/12/1986
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election24/03/1960
Age at election59
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1997 vol 43 pp 73-86, plate, by Sir Alan Muir Wood
Royal Society codeNA2121
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/70/27Referee's report by Sydney Goldstein, on a paper 'A study by a double-refraction method of the development of turbulence in a long circular tube' by Alfred Maurice Binnie and J S Fowler1947
RR/65/25Referee's report by Ernest Frederick Relf, on a paper 'The use of a vertical pipe as an overflow for a large tank' by Alfred Maurice BinnieAugust 1938
RR/68/12Referee's report by Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, on a paper 'An electrical detector of condensation in high-velocity steam' by Alfred Maurice Binnie and J R Green[1941]
RR/68/13Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'An electrical detector of condensation in high-velocity steam' by Alfred Maurice Binnie and J R Green5 November 1941
RR/71/38Referee's report by Arthur Fage, on a paper 'The passage of a perfect fluid through a critical cross-section or ‘throat’' by Alfred Maurice Binnie[1948]
RR/71/37Referee's report by Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, on a paper 'Laboratory experiments on whirlpools' by Alfred Maurice Binnie and G A Hookings[1948]
RR/72/34Referee's report by Arthur Fage, on a paper 'The flow under gravity of a swirling liquid through an orifice-plate' by Alfred Maurice Binnie and John Frank Davidson1949
NLB/65/807Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Alfred Maurice] Binnie Esq.; 15 Portland Street, York4 January 1924
EC/1960/01Binnie, Alfred Maurice: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/GRS/5250Binnie, Alfred Maurice? 1968
RR/57/104Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'The flow under gravity of an incompressible and inviscid fluid through a constriction in a horizontal channel' by Alfred Maurice Binnie and Stanley George Hooker[November 1936]
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