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Authorised form of nameCarter; Frederick William (1870 - 1952)
SurnameCarter
ForenamesFrederick William
Dates1870 - 1952
Date of birth16 December 1870
Date of death29/05/1952
ActivityEducation:
MA, ScD (Cantab)
Career:
Consulting Engineer to the British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd, Rugby
Memberships:
MICE; MIEE
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election05/05/1932
SourcesObituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1952-1953 vol 8 pp 373-388, plate, by K R Hopkirk
Royal Society codeNA788
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1932/03Carter, Frederick William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/WS/2235Carter, Frederick William1946
RR/37/38Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'On the stability of running of locomotives' by Frederick William CarterAugust 1928
RR/45/10Referee's report by Alexander Russell, on a paper 'Magnetic noise in dynamo-electric machines' by Frederick William Carter29 September 1931
RR/59/18Second referee's report by Harold Jeffreys, on a paper 'Note on surges of voltage and current in transmission lines' by Frederick William Carter[April 1936]
RR/59/15Referee's report by Harold Jeffreys, on a paper 'Note on surges of voltage and current in transmission lines' by Frederick William Carter[March 1936]
RR/59/16Referee's report by Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'Note on surges of voltage and current in transmission lines' by Frederick William Carter[March 1936]
RR/59/17Referee's report by Alexander Russell, on a paper 'Note on surges of voltage and current in transmission lines' by Frederick William Carter7 March 1936
RR/64/49Referee's report by Frederick William Carter, on a paper 'The absolute measurement of resistance by the method of Albert Campbell' by L Hartshorn and N F Astbury[March 1937]
RR/33/33Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'On the action of a locomotive driving wheel' by Frederick William CarterApril 1926
RR/68/162Referee's report by Frederick William Carter, on a paper 'Relaxation methods applied to engineering problems VIIA - Biharmonic analysis as applied to the flexure and extension of flat elastic plates' by L Fox and Richard Vynne Southwell5 May 1941
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