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George James Wells

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George James Wells

1922 Wh.Sc., AssocaM. Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M. Manchester Assoc. Engrs., Vice-Chairman of Council I.Mar.E., Senior Lecturer in Mech. and Civil Eng., East London Coll., London University. Training: Royal Coll. of Sc., London. Wh.Sc., Free Studentship, Constantine Gold Medal, and Denny Gold Medal. App. Thornycroft's Works, Chiswick; Leading Draughtsman, Willans and Robinson's; Asst. Manager, Elec. Dept., Easton, Anderson and Goolden; Tech. Asst., Yates and Thom; Man. Dir., Motor Works, Dumfries. Member of the Bd. of Studies, Civil and Mech. Eng.; Member of the Faculty of Eng., and Examiner in Eng., London University. Author of several Papers in the Inst. of Mar. Engrs., and the Manchester Assoc. of Engrs.; and a frequent contributor to the Eng. Press. Publ.: "The Diesel Engine," with A. J. Wallis-Taylor. Address: Mons Meg, Hall Lane, Upminster, Essex.

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