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William Mundell Thronton

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Professor William Mundell Thronton (1870- )

1922 O.B.E D. Sc., D.Eng., Electrical Engineer, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. N.: 3402 Central. b. 1870. Ed. Four years at Liverpool University. Eight years in works. Senior Lecturer in Engineering, University College, Bristol, 1896; Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, Armstrong College, 1898; Professor of Electrical Engineering, Armstrong College, 1906; Chairman, Newcastle Section, Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1905 and 1921-2; Pres., Association of Mining Electrical Engineers. Publications: Chiefly electrical, before Royal Society, the Institution of Electrical Engineers, in "Philosophical Magazine," etc. Address: 2, Claremont Villas, Forest Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. War Services.—Mining, Anti-submarine and Air Force research.

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