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1920. Fullagar marine oil engine.

1920 The Fullagar was a ship built by Cammell, Laird and Co. It was one of the first vessels to be constructed using all-welding (electric) techniques and used the Cammellaird-Fullagar engine[1]

There are articles and illustrations about the Cammellaird-Fullagar engine in The Engineer in Jan & Feb. 1920 [2], presumably based on the work of Hugh Francis Fullagar.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Dec 31, 1919
  2. The Engineer 1920/01/30, The Engineer 1920/02/06 and others