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Walter Elsworthy Lilly

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Walter Elsworthy Lilly (1867- )

1922 M.A., M.A.I., D.Sc., M.Inst.C.E.I., M.I.Mech.E., M.J.Inst.E., Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, Trinity College, Dublin; b. 1867. Whitworth Exhibitioner, 1891. Apprenticed to Stephen and Woodman, Brixton, S.W., and afterwards obtained workshop experience with other firms. Draughtsman to the Albert Dock Engine Works, 1888; appointed Assistant to the Professor of Civil Engineering, Trinity College, 1891, and Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, 1903. Past-President of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Publications: "Design of Columns and Plate Girders," and various papers on arches, columns, testing machines, rotary engines, etc. War Services.—Assistant Civilian Inspector, Woolwich.

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