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Alasdair D. McKillop

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Alasdair D. McKillop (1892- )

1922 B.Sc.Eng. (Lond.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mem.Amer.Soc. Industrial Engrs., Mem. Western Efficiency Soc., Efficiency Engr. (Accounting and Estimating), 3, Stafford Mansions, Battersea Park, London, S.W.Ii; b. 1892; s. of John McKillop, late of Pulo Brani, Singapore, and Margaret McKillop, M.A., M.B.E. Ed. St. Paul's School; University of London, King's College 1912 and 1914— C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., Turboelectric Engrs.; 1915-16— Hans Renold, Ltd., Driving Chains and Munitions of War; 1916-17— Vickers, Ltd. (Erith), Armaments and Tools; 1917-19—The Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; 1919-21—William Cooper and Nephews, Berkhamsted, Chicago and Sydney. Chief Works: Technical Accounting System, Aircraft Manufacturing Co. Publ.: " Efficiency Methods: An Introduction to Scientific Management " (Routledge); " A Foundry Cost System "; "Sources of Industrial Waste "; and other articles (A. W. Shaw Co.). Club: Old Pauline. War Services.— In connection with naval prime movers, shells, fuses, artillery mechanisms and sights, tools and aircraft.

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