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Authorised form of nameTomlinson; Herbert (1846 - 1931)
SurnameTomlinson
ForenamesHerbert
Dates1846 - 1931
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
York, Yorkshire, England (18 November 1846)
Death:
Bexhill-in-Sea, East Sussex (12 June 1931)
ActivityEducation:
St Peter's School, York; Christ Church, Oxford. BA (1868)
Career:
Science and Mathematical Master, Bedford College, London (1870); Whitworth Exhibitioner (1870); Demonstrator and lecturer in Natural Philosophy, King's College, London (1870); Principal, South Western Polytechnic (1895-1904); published work on the influence of stress on the physical properties of matter
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
6/06/1889
RelationshipsSon of William Tomlinson, Headmaster of St Peter's School, York; married Edith Maria Ruth, daughter of F W Saunders
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1932-1935 vol l pp 89-91, plate, signed by H J
References:
Sir Brian Pippard, FRS, 'Schoolmaster-Fellows and the campaign for science education' in NR 2002 vol 56 pp 63-81
Royal Society codeNA6980
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/70/11The Effect of Mechanical Stress and Magnetisation on the Physical Properties of Alloys of Iron and Nickel and of Manganeric Steel1894
IM/Maull/004625Tomlinson, Herbertnd
AP/64/13The Influence of Stress and Strain on the Physical Properties of Matter. Part III - Magnetic Induction1887
NLB/1/28Copy letter from John William Strutt 3rd Baron Rayleigh, to Herbert Tomlinson4 December 1885
NLB/1/666Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Herbert Tomlinson29 October 1887
NLB/1/665Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Herbert Tomlinson28 October 1887
NLB/1/613Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Herbert Tomlinson6 October 1887
NLB/3/1022Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr John Hopkinson, [Fellow of the Royal Society]13 December 1889
NLB/5/400Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Herbert Tomlinson, Fellow of the Royal Society3 June 1891
NLB/10/1051Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons30 March 1895
NLB/10/520Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Storekeeper, Science & Art Department, South Kensington, S.W.8 December 1894
NLB/17/522Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons14 November 1898
NLB/23/1/643Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Herbert Tomlinson, Fellow of the Royal Society19 December 1901
NLB/30/426Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Herbert Tomlinson, Fellow of the Royal Society, Gilling, Upper Station Road, Bexhill-on-Sea20 March 1905
NLB/36/640Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to S R King, Willow Bank, Piercefield Road, Farnley, Liverpool23 November 1907
RR/9/244Referee's report by Osborne Reynolds, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Moduli of elasticity—continued. Relations between moduli of elasticity, thermal capacity, and other physical constants' by Herbert Tomlinson1884
RR/8/73Letter from William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the increase in resistance to the passage of an electric current produced on certain wires by stretching' by Herbert Tomlinson30 April 1877
RR/9/403Referee's report by Richard Tetley Glazebrook, on a paper 'The coefficient of viscosity of air' by Herbert Tomlinson14 February 1885
RR/9/404Referee's report by William Crookes, on a paper 'The coefficient of viscosity of air' by Herbert Tomlinson10 March 1886
RR/9/318Referee's report by John Hopkinson, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter' by Herbert Tomlinson4 March 1885
RR/9/320Referee's report by Joseph John Thomson, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter' by Herbert Tomlinson21 September 1885
RR/9/316Referee's report by Henry Charles Fleeming Jenkin, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter' by Herbert Tomlinson9 February 1885
RR/10/97Referee's report by John Hopkinson, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter.—Part I. Elasticity (continued).—The effect of magnetisation on the elasticity and the internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson15 April 1887
RR/9/317Joint referee's report by Osborne Reynolds and Arthur William Rucker, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter' by Herbert Tomlinson13 February 1885
RR/9/411Referee's report by William Thomson, Lord Kelvin on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity—continued. The effect of magnetisation on the elasticity and the internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson14 October 1886
RR/9/409Second letter from Herbert Tomlinson, on his paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity (continued). The effect of change of temperature on the internal friction and torsional elasticity of metals' to the Secretary of the Royal Society31 May 1886
RR/9/412Referee's report by George Carey Foster, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity—continued. The effect of magnetisation on the elasticity and the internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson4 January 1887
RR/12/252Referee's report by William Edward Ayrton, on a paper 'The effect of mechanical stress and of magnetisation on the physical properties of alloys of iron and nickel and of manganese steel' by Herbert Tomlinson11 July 1894
RR/12/250Letter from Richard Tetley Glazebrook, to John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, regarding a paper 'The effect of mechanical stress and of magnetisation on the physical properties of alloys of iron and nickel and of manganese steel' by Herbert Tomlinson14 July 1894
RR/12/251Referee's report by Richard Tetley Glazebrook, on a paper 'The effect of mechanical stress and of magnetisation on the physical properties of alloys of iron and nickel and of manganese steel' by Herbert Tomlinson14 July 1894
RR/8/350Referee's report by George Carey Foster, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the action of physical forces' by Herbert Tomlinsonnd [1881]
RR/10/98Referee's report by Shelford Bidwell, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter.—Part I. Elasticity (continued).—The effect of magnetisation on the elasticity and the internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson27 April 1886
RR/9/91Referee's report by Henry Charles Fleeming Jenkin, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the action of physical forces' by Herbert Tomlinson22 March 1882
RR/9/92Referee's report by John Hopkinson, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the action of physical forces' by Herbert Tomlinson29 March 1882
RR/9/90Referee's report by William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the action of physical forces' by Herbert Tomlinson18 March 1882
RR/9/93Letter from Herbert Tomlinson, on his paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part II. electrical conductivity-continued. The alteration of the electrical conductivity of cobalt, magnesium, steel, and platinum-iridium produced by longitudinal traction; Discovery of simple relations between the ‘critical points’ of metals' to the Secretary of the Royal Society4 April 1882
RR/9/405Letter from Osborne Reynolds, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity—continued. The internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson to the Secretary of the Royal Society15 March 1886
RR/9/406Referee's report by Osborne Reynolds, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity—continued. The internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson17 March 1886
MS/427/404Copy letter from [Michael] Foster, Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Secretary of the Treasury26 December 1884
NLB/73/351Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Herbert Jackson, K.B.E., FRS19 June 1931
MS/427/245Copy letter from [George Gabriel] Stokes, Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Secretary of the Treasury11 January 1883
MS/427/429Note of a letter from Herbert Rix, Clerk of the Royal Society; to [Herbert] Tomlinson13 May 1885
AP/64/7The Influence of Stress & Strain on the Physical Properties of Matter. Part I - Elasticity. The Effects of Change of Temperature on the Intestinal Friction and Torsional Elasticity of Metals1886
IM/004626Tomlinson, Herbertnd
NLB/1/624Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Lord Rayleigh [John William Strutt]10 October 1887
NLB/3/1027Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr John Hopkinson, [Fellow of the Royal Society]16 December 1889
NLB/3/1063Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to [John William Strutt] the Lord Rayleigh, [Royal Society]3 January 1890
RR/8/71Referee's report by William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin, on a paper 'On the increase in resistance to the passage of an electric current produced on certain wires by stretching' by Herbert Tomlinsonnd [1877]
RR/9/94Referee's report by Henry Charles Fleeming Jenkin, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part II. electrical conductivity-continued. The alteration of the electrical conductivity of cobalt, magnesium, steel, and platinum-iridium produced by longitudinal traction; Discovery of simple relations between the ‘critical points’ of metals'by Herbert Tomlinson7 April 1882
RR/10/100Referee's report by Robert Bellamy Clifton, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter.—Part I. Elasticity (continued).—The effect of magnetisation on the elasticity and the internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson29 August 1887
RR/9/410Referee's report by George Carey Foster, on a paper, 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity (continued). The effect of change of temperature on the internal friction and torsional elasticity of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson7 September 1886
RR/9/408Letter from Herbert Tomlinson, on his paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity (continued). The effect of change of temperature on the internal friction and torsional elasticity of metals' to the Secretary of the Royal Society26 May 1886
RR/10/311Referee's report by James Alfred Ewing, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter.— Part III. Magnetic induction (continued).—The internal friction of nickel, and cobalt, studied by means of magnetic cycles of very minute range' by Herbert Tomlinson18 October 1889
RR/9/243Referee's report by Arthur William Rucker, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Moduli of elasticity—continued. Relations between moduli of elasticity, thermal capacity, and other physical constants' by Herbert Tomlinson1884
RR/9/319Letter from Henry Charles Fleeming Jenkin on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter' by Herbert Tomlinson to the Secretary of the Royal Society28 March 1885
RR/9/407Referee's report by Osborne Reynolds, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part I. Elasticity (continued). The effect of change of temperature on the internal friction and torsional elasticity of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson10 May 1886
RR/10/312bisLetter from Herbert Tomlinson, to John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, regarding a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter.— Part III. Magnetic induction (continued).—The internal friction of nickel, and cobalt, studied by means of magnetic cycles of very minute range' by Herbert Tomlinson11 March 1890
RR/8/72Letter from James Clerk Maxwell, to William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin, regarding a paper 'On the increase in resistance to the passage of an electric current produced on certain wires by stretching' by Herbert Tomlinson24 April 1877
EC/1889/16Tomlinson, Herbert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/8/70Referee's report by James Clerk Maxwell, on a paper 'On the increase in resistance to the passage of an electric current produced on certain wires by stretching' by Herbert Tomlinsonnd [1877]
RR/10/312Referee's report by John Hopkinson, on a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter.— Part III. Magnetic induction (continued).—The internal friction of nickel, and cobalt, studied by means of magnetic cycles of very minute range' by Herbert Tomlinson[1889]
RR/10/99Letter from Herbert Tomlinson, to John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, regarding a paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter.—Part I. Elasticity (continued).—The effect of magnetisation on the elasticity and the internal friction of metals' by Herbert Tomlinson16 May 1887
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