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Authorised form of nameCotterill; James Henry (1836 - 1922)
SurnameCotterill
ForenamesJames Henry
Dates1836 - 1922
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Norfolk, England (02 November 1836)
Death:
08 January 1922
ActivityEducation:
St John's College, Cambridge. MA
Career:
Apprenticed to Fairbairn and Company, Engineers; Lecturer (1866) and Vice Principal (1870), Royal School of Naval Architecture, Kensington; Professor of Applied Mechanics, Royal Navy College, Greenwich (1873-1897)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
6/06/1878
RelationshipsSon of Rev Joseph Cotterill of Blakeney
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
References:
T M Charlton, 'Maxwell, Jenkin and Cotterill and the Theory of Statically-Indeterminate Structures' in NR 1971 vol 26 pp 233-246
Royal Society codeNA8186
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1878/07Cotterill, James Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/61/7On the Friction of Water against solid surfaces of different degrees of roughness1881
IM/Maull/000976Cotterill, James Henrynd
NLB/11/29Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Lord Rayleigh [John William Strutt]4 April 1895
NLB/15/714Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs Harrison & Sons22 November 1897
NLB/16/750Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons2 June 1898
NLB/17/517Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons11 November 1898
NLB/16/743Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to J H Cotterill1 June 1898
NLB/19/483Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor James Henry Cotterill, Fellow of the Royal Society12 October 1899
NLB/18/687Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons22 April 1899
NLB/19/513Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor George Carey Foster, Fellow of the Royal Society19 October 1899
NLB/25/109Copy letter from Theofore E James, to Professor James Henry Cotterill, Fellow of the Royal Society12 August 1902
NLB/37/421Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Harrison & Sons17 March 1908
NLB/36/772Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs Harrison & Sons13 December 1907
NLB/42/40Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor J [James] H [Henry] Cotterill FRS14 March 1910
RR/14/172Third referee's report by James Henry Cotterill, on a paper 'An experimental investigation of the thermodynamical properties of superheated steam.— On the cooling of saturated steam by free expansion' by John H Grindley18 October 1899
RR/14/170Detailed referee's report by James Henry Cotterill, on a paper 'An experimental investigation of the thermodynamical properties of superheated steam.— On the cooling of saturated steam by free expansion' by John H Grindley18 June 1899
RR/14/168Referee's report by James Henry Cotterill, on a paper 'An experimental investigation of the thermodynamical properties of superheated steam.— On the cooling of saturated steam by free expansion' by John H Grindleynd [June 1899]
RR/14/169Second referee's report by James Henry Cotterill, on a paper 'An experimental investigation of the thermodynamical properties of superheated steam.— On the cooling of saturated steam by free expansion' by John H Grindley18 June 1899
NLB/19/697Copy letter from George Carey Foster, to Professor James Henry Cotterill, [Fellow of the Royal Society]23 November 1899
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