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Contribution to the discussion of the papers read at I.A.E. 22nd January and 12th February 1908 Report of The laws of flight

Engineering, 11th September 1908, pp.331-4 Engineering, 25th September, 1908, pp.423-6

Report of paper read before Section G of the British Association at Dublin, 8th September 1908

Report of Motor-car design: some problems peculiar to the design of the automobile

Engineering, 13th March 1908, pp352-5, and 20th March 1908, pp.384-7 Report of paper read at Institution of Automobile Engineers, 11th March 1908 Discussion of The transmission of power from the engine to the road wheels in motor vehicles,

by L.A.Legros

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1908-9, vol. 3, pp.362-4 Contribution to the discussion of paper read to I.A.E. Discussion of The weight of motor cars and motor car parts, by M.O'Gorman Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1908-9, vol. 3, pp.135-8 Contribution to the discussion of paper read to I.A.E.

1909

Report of Aerial flight

Engineering, 30th April 1909, pp.599-601 Engineering, 14th May 1909, pp.671-2

Report of the three Cantor Lectures, given at the Royal Society of Arts, 26th April,

3rd May, and 10th May 1909 Discussion of Chains for power transmission, by A.S.Hill

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1909-10, vol. 4, pp.342-3

Contribution to the discussion of paper read to I.A.E. Report of Dynamics of flight

Engineering, 30th April 1909, pp.599-601

Report of lecture given at Institution of Automobile Engineers, April 1908 Summary of The flight of birds

The Engineer, 19th February 1909, pp.198-9, and 26th February 1909, pp.225-6 Summary of paper given by F.W.L. to Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society, 19th January 1909

1911

Discussion of American tendencies in motor-car engineering, by H.E.Coffin

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1911-12, vol. 6, pp.49-54

Contribution to discussion of paper read to I.A.E. Discussion of Engine design for taking advantage of h.p. rating rules, by L.H.Pomeroy

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1911-12, vol. 6, pp. 101-4

Contribution to discussion of paper read to I.A.E. Discussion of Problems relating to aircraft, by M.O'Gorman

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1910-11, vol. 5, pp.296-303

F.W.L., as President, opens the discussion of O'Gorman's paper read at I.A.E.

8th March 1911

Discussion of The rating of petrol engines, a Committee Report and Discussion Paper of the Institution of Automobile Engineers

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1910-11, vol. 5, pp.217-42 Paper written by Horsepower Formula Committee of the I.A.E. Discussion of The use of pressed steel in automobile construction, by L.A.Legros Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1910-11, vol. 5, pp.371-83 F.W.L., as President, opens the discussion of Legros' paper read at I.A.E. 10th May 1911


1916

Air defence problems and fallacies: the failure of the Derby Committee

Land and Water, 20th April 1916, pp.12-14 Aircraft in warfare: the dawn of the fourth arm

Constable & Co., 1916 Aircraft policy, and the Zeppelin menace from the national standpoint

Land and Water, 23rd March 1916, pp.17-18, and 30th March 1916, pp. 13-14

Two articles Britain's aeroplane policy

Land and Water, 10th February 1916, pp.13-14, and 17th February 1916, pp.15-16

Two articles

Development of the military aeroplane: the question of size

Engineering, 3rd March 1916, pp.212-14

F.W.L.'s replies to subsequent correspondence in Engineering, 28th April 1916, pp.409,

and 12th May 1916, pp.460 The flying machine from an engineering standpoint... including A Discussion concerning the theory of sustenation and the expenditure of power in flight, a paper presented at a meeting of the International Engineering Congress, San Francisco, 1915

Constable & Co., 1916

Reprint of James Forrest Lecture given to Institution of Civil Engineers, 5th May 1914

The interference of superposed planes

Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, [report] T. 708a, 1916 Cyclostyled report to A.C.A.; continuation of Report T. 708

Note

Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, [memorandum] T. 673/1, 1916

Cyclostyled memo, to A.C.A. Subcommittee on the Capabilities of an Aeroplane in

relation to its size.

Note on the conditions which determine the cyclical component round an aerofoil

A.C.A.?, 1916 Rise and fall of the French Air Ministry

Land and Water, 11th May 1916, pp.10-12 The sea and the air: the future of the Air Board: a lesson from naval history

Land and Water, 29th June 1916, pp. 13-14 The so-called "air muddle", and some of its exponents

Land and Water, 18th May 1916, pp.17-18 A study concerning the best proportion for a stream-line body

Engineering, 19th May 1916, pp.465 Then and now: the difficulties of the pioneer designers

Autocar, 4th November 1916, pp.478-80 Torsional vibrations of the tail of an aeroplane

Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1916

Its Reports and Memoranda, No. 276 Worm gear and worm gear mounting

Proc. of Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1916-17, vol. 11, pp.79-138H

pp. 140-72 includes discussion

Paper given to I.A.E. 13th December 1916

1917

Aerodonetics, constituting the second volume of a complete work on aerial flight

Constable & Co., 1908; reprint of second ed. published by Constable in 1910. Fiat volume was published in 1907; this volume includes appendices on the theory and application of the gyroscope, on the flight of projectiles, etc.

The Air Ministry

Flying, 21st November 1917, pp.275-6, and 5th December 1917, p.307-8

Two articles The air raid of July 7th

Flying, 18th, July 1917, pp.479-80 A campaign of slander: a few facts

Flying, 15th August 1917, pp.51-4 The defence of London: II: formation flying

Flying, 1st August 1917, pp. 19-20 Flying as affected by the wind

Flying, 26th September 1917, pp.147-8 Flying as affected by the wind: the economic aspect

Flying, 12th September 1917, pp.115-16 Flying reprisals competition

Flying, 5th September 1917, pp.99-100 Formation flying

Flying, 25th July 1917, pp.3^1 Formation flying as taught by nature

Flying, 8th August 1917, pp.35-7 The foundation stones

Flying, 19th December 1917, pp.354-56 The handicap of the wind

Flying, 29th August 1917, pp.83^1 Industrial engineering: present position and post-war outlook

Constable & Co., 1917

Presidential address to the Junior Institution of Engineers, 11th December 1916 Memorandum on the use of aluminium alloy sheet in place of fabric for aeroplane wings, etc.

Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1917

Its Reports and Memoranda (new series), No. 359 The military aspects of reprisals

Flying, 17th October, 1917, pp.209 Moonbeams and the larger lunacy

Flying, 10th October 1917, pp. 186-187 Vertical climb or direct lift: the chaser of the future

Flying, 14th November 1917, pp.259-60


 

1918

Aerodynamics, constituting the first volume of a complete work on aerial flight Fourth ed., Constable & Co., 1918; first ed. published by Constable in 1907 "Except for correction of errata, revisions of a minor character, and some few references to later work, no change has been made in the work since the publication of the first edition"

High altitude flying

Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1918 Its Reports and Memoranda, No. 534

Industrial economics during and after the war

Journal of the Junior Institution of Engineers, vol. 29, part 2, 1918, pp.2-32 Presidential address to J.I.E. 22nd January 1918

1919

The aftermath of the war: economic and industrial problems

Birmingham, Buckler & Webb, 1919

Presidential Address to the Vesey Club, 20th January 1919

1921

Relativity

Engineering, 2nd April 1921, pp.477-9, and 29th April 1921, pp.514-16 Spur gear erosion

Engineering, 17th June 1921, pp.733-4

 

1922

An investigation of certain aspects of the two-stroke engine for automobile vehicles

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1921-2, vol. 16, pp.3-36; pp.37-51 include discussion

Paper given to I.A.E. 11th January 1922

 

1924

Epicyclic gears, by F.W.Lanchester and G.H.Lanchester

Midlands Branch of Institution of Automobile Engineers, 1924 Paper given by F.W.L. to Midlands branch of I.A.E. 26th April 1923

Worm gear: its production and efficiency and its application to turbine reduction gearing

Engineering, 1st February 1924, pp. 131-2

1926

Sustentation in flight

Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, 1926, pp.589-606

Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture given to R. Aero Soc, 27th May 1926

 

1928

Automobile steering gear: problems and mechanism

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1927-8, vol. 22, pp. 727-51;

pp. 752-71 include discussion and communications

Paper given to I.A.E. 6th March 1928 Automobile steering gear: problems and mechanism

Automobile Engineer, vol. 18, no. 239, March 1928, pp. 102-6; with appendix by

R.H.Pearsall, pp. 106-8 India-rubber as an auxiliary to suspension

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1927-8, vol. 22, pp.575-94;

pp.595-9 include discussion

Paper given at joint meeting of I.A.E. and Institute of Rubber Industry January 1928 India-rubber as an auxiliary to suspension

Automobile Engineer, vol. 18, no. 242, June 1928, pp.226-30

 

1929

Communication on Automatic spark advance, by H.S.Rowell and C.G.Williams Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1928-9, vol. 23, pp.623-4 Written communication on paper given to I.A.E. 9th April 1929

Coil ignition

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1928-9, vol. 23, pp.214-44;

pp.245-66 include discussion

Paper given to I.A.E. 7th January 1929


 

 

1933

Air-gap transformer and choke

Journal of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, vol. 73, no. 442, October 1933, pp.413-18

The anti-dazzle problem: a solution to the difficulty?: details of a system which has been in use for five years

Autocar, 5th May 1933, pp.740-1 Pioneer work: a reply from Dr. Lanchester

Autocar, 17th March 1933, pp.431

F.W.L.'s reply to articles on detachable wheels published in Autocar, 17th February 1933, p.247, and 3rd March 1933, p.324

1934

Directional fixity and the transitory visual impression or fleeting image

Birmingham, the author, 1934

Typescript edition of 12 copies Discontinuities in the normal field of vision

Journal of Anatomy, vol. 68, 1934, part 2, pp.224-38 The expansion of the universe

Engineering, 5th January 1934, pp. 3-4

1935

The Centenarian: a Lakeland story told in verse, by Paul Netherton-Herries Birmingham, Cornish Brothers Ltd, 1935

Paul Netherton-Herries was the pseudonym F.W.L. used for his verse publications Relativity: an elementary explanation of the space-time relations as established by Minkowski, and a discussion of gravitational theory based thereon

Constable & Co., 1935

1936

Electrical dimensions and units

Engineering, 25th September 1936, pp.347-50, and 2nd October 1936, pp.376-7; Engineering, 6th November 1936, pp.498-9, 4th December 1936, p.622, 11th December 1936, pp.647-8, and 19th February 1937, pp.201-2 include F.W.L.'s replies to subsequent correspondence.

Two-part article of paper given at British Association meeting 14th September 1936. A reprint contains all above, plus an appendix of matters omitted from the Engineering articles

A King's prayer, and other poems, by Paul Netherton-Herries The author, 1936

Paul Netherton-Herries was the pseudonym F.W.L. used for his verse publications Motor car suspension and independent springing

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1935-6, vol. 30, pp\668-726; pp.727-62 include discussion

Also published in Journal of the Institution of Automobile Engineers, vol. 4, part 7,

April 1936, pp. 17-77, without discussion

Paper given to I.A.E. in April 1936 Communication on Needle roller bearings, by C.H.Smith

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1935-6, vol. 30, pp.359-60

Written communication on paper given to I.A.E. 21st January 1936 The part played by skin-friction in aeronautics

Nature, vol. 138, 12th December 1936, pp.1022-3

Synopsis by F.W.L. of his Thomas Hawksley Lecture A study of the dynamo based on dimensional theory

The Engineer, 27th November 1936, pp.578-80 The theory of dimensions, and its application for engineers

Crosby Lockwood and Son Ltd., 1936


 

 

1937

At high altitude

Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, vol. 41, no. 317, May 1937, pp.388 400, and

no. 318, June 1937, pp.437-66 The future of the airship

Engineering, vol. 143, no. 3724, 28 May 1937, pp.613-14 The gas engine and after

London, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1937

24th Thomas Hawksley Lecture given to Institution of Mechanical Engineers,

5th November 1937 The Lanchesters

The Autocar, 13th August 1937 The part played by skin-friction in aeronautics

Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, vol. 41, no. 314, February 1937, pp.68-113;

pp. 113-31 include discussion; vol. 41, no. 316, April 1937, pp.322-3 contain errata

Lecture read to R. Aero. Soc. 12th November 1936 The treatment of problems in engineering by dimensional theory

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1936-7, vol. 31, pp.545-71;

pp.572-92 include discussion; also Journal of the I.A.E., vol. 5, no. 5, February 1937,

pp. 17-43

Paper given to I.A.E. in February 1937 Reply by F.W.Lanchester to criticism [by R.C.Porter] of his Theory of dimensions, in Engineer, vol. 163, no. 4245, 21st May 1937, pp.598

Engineer, vol. 163, no. 4248, 11th June 19376, pp.679-80; "further polemic" in no. 4249, 18th June 1937, pp. 696-7

 

1938

Energy balance sheet of the gas engine

Engineering, vol. 145, no. 3756, 7th January 1938, pp.4-5; no. 3758, 21st January 1938, pp.55-6; no. 3760, 4th February 1938, pp.114-17; no. 3762, 18th February 1938, p.188; no. 3767, 25th March 1938, pp.319-21; no. 3770, 15th April 1938, pp.407-10; no. 3774, 13th May 1938, pp.522-5; and supplementary data and corrections in vol. 146, no. 3785, 29th July 1938, pp. 137-8 Independent springing

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1937-38, vol. 32, pp.409-29;

pp.438-69 include discussion and communications (pp.466-8 by F.W.L.)

Two papers, with the same title, one by F.W.L. (pp.409-29), the other (pp.430-7) by

G.H.L. given to I.A.E. 4th January 1938 Lanchester's potted logs: a concise tabulation (slide rule auxiliary) for engineers

Taylor and Francis, 1938

First edition of Part 1 of Potted logs Second annual lecture on "Span" Manchester, Butterly & Wood Ltd, 1938

Lecture given to Manchester Association of Engineers, 9th November 1938 also published in Trans, of the Manchester Association of Engineers, session 1938-9, part 3, pp.59-99; pp.99-100 include discussion

 

1939

The Energy balance sheet of the internal combustion engine

Proc. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, vol. 141, 1939, pp.289-338

Paper given at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 17th March 1939; "Amplification and revision of The energy balance sheet of the gas engine"

The Energy balance sheet of the internal combustion engine

Engineering, vol. 147, no. 3820, 31st March 1939, pp.388-9, and no. 3822, 14th April 1939, pp.448-50; Engineering, vol. 147, no. 3821, 7th April 1939, p.411 include Erratum Abridged version of paper given at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 17th March 1939

Exhaust efflux propulsion

Flight, 16th November 1939, pp.396a-d, 23rd November 1939, supp. p.d and p.417,

7th December 1939, p.460, and 14th December 1939, pp.495-6; Flight, 28th December

1939, pp.526-7 includes correspondence and F.W.L.'s replies thereto

Four articles; fifth was published in 1941, see below Flying boat entrance lines

Engineering, vol. 148, no. 3944, 15th September 1939, pp.298-9 Lanchester's potted logs: a concise tabulation (slide rule auxiliary) for engineers, part 2: the natural logarithms and other tables Taylor and Francis, 1939

First edition of Part 2 of Potted logs Lanchester's potted logs, parts 1 and 2

[revised second ed.], Taylor and Francis Ltd., 1939

The maximum range of flight

Engineering, vol. 148, no. 3840, 18th August 1939, pp.203-5, and no. 3841, 25th August

1939, p.217

Rocket efficiency

Flight, 28th December 1939, pp.526-7

Replies to correspondence re. his articles on Exhaust efflux propulsion Tests of steel air-raid shelters

Engineering, vol. 147, no. 3815, 24th February 1939, pp.216-17

Letter from F.W.L. The unaccounted drag of aircraft

Engineering, vol. 148, no. 3848, 13th October 1939, pp.403-6

Engineering, no. 3855, 24th November 1939, pp.590 includes F.W.L.'s reply to subsequent correspondence

 

1940

"Boost": long distance flying and take-off problem

Flight, vol. 38, no. 1650, 8th August 1940, pp. 109-10 Effect of windage on projectiles, with special reference to aeroplane gunnery

Flight, vol. 38, no. 1634, 5th September 1940, pp.l86f-h Formation flying

Flight, vol. 37, no. 1631, 28th March 1940, pp.286e-f, and pp.287-9 The rear engine: its pros and cons

Autocar, vol. 84, 22nd March 1940, pp.300-2

 

1941

Contra-props: recollections of early considerations by Advisory Committee for Aeronautics; a pioneer's 1907 patent; suggestions for further research

Flight, 11 December 1941, vol. 40, 1720, pp.418-9 Exhaust efflux propulsion - V

Flight, vol. 39, no. 1686, 17th April 1941, pp.285-6

Last of five articles in Flight, earlier ones were published in 1939, see above Exhaust efflux propulsion

Mechanical Engineer, vol. 63, no. 9, September 1941, pp.672-3

The musical scale

Birmingham, the author, 1941

Cyclostyled edition limited to 30 copies The propeller. How many blades?

Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, vol. 45, no. 368, August 1941, pp.267-74 Rocket propulsion

Flight, vol. 40, no. 1702, 7th August 1941, pp.78-80, and no. 1706, 4th September 1941, pp.135-6

1942

Contra-props

Flight, vol. 40, no. 1720, 11th December 1941, pp.418-19 Lanchester's law

Engineering, vol. 154, no. 3998, 28th August 1942, p. 174

Comment by F.W.L. on article with same title by "Sirius" in Engineering, vol. 154, no. 3996, 14th August 1942, pp. 123-4 Relativity and radiation

Birmingham, the author, 1942

Typescript copy, prepared for printers in Lanchester Collection; never published commercially

1944

Preface, and Appendix [to The aftermath of the war ..., the presidential address to the Vesey Club, 1919]

Typescript, so although bound with a reprint of the address, may not have been published.

Appendix is Currency and inflation, comments on the Cunliffe Report (first interim report of the Committee on Currency and Foreign Exchanges after the War)1945

The musical scale

Second ed., Birmingham, the author, 1945

Edition limited to 60 copies, numbered 81-100 (?); includes amendments from first ed., 1941


 

 

1894

Report of The soaring of birds and the possibilities of mechanical flight

Reports of Meetings: General Meeting, of the Birmingham Natural History and Philo­sophical Society, 19th June 1894 F.W.L. gave an address with this title (see p.271)

1905

Communication on The pendulum accelerometer, an instrument for the direct measurement and recording of acceleration, by F.W.L., communicated by C.V.Boys Proc. Physical Society, vol. 19, 1905, pp.691-701

1907

Discussion of Accessibility and cleanliness, and the best means of attaining them, by

F.L.Martineau

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1906-7, vol. 1, pp.50-1 Contribution to the discussion of Martineau's paper read at I.A.E. 16th January 1907

Discussion of Future of automobilism, by R.E.Crompton

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1907-8, vol. 2, pp. 17-19 Contribution to the discussion of Crompton's paper read at I.A.E. 20th November 1907

Discussion of The motor car considered as a carriage, by William Gilchrist

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1906-7, vol. 1, pp.307-11 Contribution to the discussion of Gilchrist's paper read at I.A.E. 12th June 1907

Discussion of The principles of the carburetter as determined by exhaust gas analysis, by Dugald Clerk

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1907-8, vol. 2, pp.69-72 Contribution to the discussion of Clerk's paper read at I.A.E. 11th December 1907

1908 Hfl Discussion of The effect of motors on roads, by W.J.Taylor and Douglas Mackenzie; and Notes on wheel diameters, by R.E.Crompton

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1907-8, vol. 2, pp. 399-400 Contribution to the discussion of two papers read at I.A.E. 13th May 1908 Discussion of The effect of size and speed upon the performance of an internal combustion engine, by B.Hopkinson

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1908-9, vol. 3, pp.239-42 Contribution to the discussion of paper read to I.A.E. Discussion of Front driving, with special reference to electric and hydraulic transmission, by H.S.Hele-Shaw, R.W.Harvey Bailey and J.S.Critchley

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1907-8, vol. 2, pp. 157-63

1925

Discussion of A review of the rating question, by A.E.Berriman

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1924-5, vol. 19, pp.374-80 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. January 1925

1926

Discussion of Experiments in laminated springs, by H.S.Rowell

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1925-6, vol. 20, pp.628-32 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. April 1926

Discussion of The optical indicator as a means of examining combustion in exploding engines, by W.Morgan and A.A.Rubbra

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1926-7, vol. 21, pp.200-1 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. December 1926

Discussion of Pneumatic tyres for heavier loads, by C.Macbeth

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1925-26, vol. 20, pp.558-9 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. March 1926

1936

Editorial review of The part played by skin friction in aeronautics

Engineering, vol. 142, no. 3698, 27th November 1936, pp.588-9 Review of paper given before Royal Aeronautical Society, 12th November 1936; for full text see p.000 above Motor car suspension and independent springing

Engineering, vol. 141, no. 3665, 10th April 1936, pp.394-6, and no. 3667, 24th April 1936, pp.464-5

Correspondence re United States Patent Office refusal to accept F.W.L.'s patent application 259452 in 1918

Journal of the Institution of Automobile Engineers, vol. 4, part 9, June/July 1936, pp.4-6

1937

Contribution to discussion and written communication by F.W.Lanchester relating to paper Profile drag by Prof. B.Belvill Jones

Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, vol. 41, 1937, pp.358, and 363-5 Contribution to discussion on Plastic materials for aircraft construction, by N.A.de Bruyne

Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, vol. 41, 1937, p.580 Report of The Gas engine and after

The Engineer, vol. 164, no. 4270, 12th November 1937, pp.538-9, and no. 4271,

19th November 1937, pp.556-7

1938

Report of Independent springing, under the title Independent rear wheel suspension for touring cars

Engineering, vol. 145, no. 3757, 14th January 1938, pp.41-2

1939

Editorial review of The Energy balance sheet of the internal combustion engine

Engineer, vol. 167, no. 4341, 24th March 1939, pp.377-8 Editorial review of Span

Engineering, vol. 147, no. 3815, 24th February 1939, pp.223-4


Discussion of Wheel and road, by A.Mallock

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1910-11, vol. 5, pp.326-44

F.W.L. as President, opens the discussion of Mallock's paper read at I.A.E. 8th March

1911

1912

Vote of thanks to T.B.Browne for his Presidential Address [on the recent development of the automobile industry]

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1912-13, vol. 7, pp.30-1

Discussion on The influence of low production cost on quality, by D.Leechman Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1912-13, vol. 7, pp.503-4 Contribution to discussion of paper read to I.A.E. on 12th October 1912

1913

The internal combustion engine applied to railway locomotion

Engineering, 19th September 1913, pp.381-2 Summary of Internal-combustion motors for railways ... Report of Catastrophic instability in aeroplanes

Engineering, 24th October 19le, pp.574-5

Summary of paper given to Section G of the British Association meeting at Birmingham in October 1913 Discussion of The wheel and the road, by R.E.Crompton

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1912-13, vol. 7, pp.427-9 Contribution to discussion of paper read to I.A.E. on 9th April 1913

1915

Report of A contribution of the theory of propulsion and the screw propeller

Engineering, 2nd April 1915, pp.392-5

Report of paper given at Institution of Naval Architects, 25th March 1915

1916

Report of interview with F.W.L. on Air raid precautions: why they are not yet available: Mr. Lanchester's views

Birmingham Daily Mail, 12th February 1916, p.6

1920

Discussion of Roads and vehicle maintenance, by R.E.B.Crompton

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1920-21, vol. 15, pp. 185-6 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. 8th December 1920

1921

Discussion of Notes on motor car gear-boxes, by H.F.L.Orcutt

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1921-2, vol. 16, part 1, pp. 305-7 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. 14th December 1921

Discussion of Suggested lines of development in transmission, by S.Bramley-Moore Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1920-21, vol. 15, pp.309-22 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. 12th January 1921

1922

Discussion of An account of some experiments on the action of cutting tools, by E.G.Coker and K.C.Chakko

Proc. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, vol. 1, 1922, pp.603-4 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. April 1922

1924

Discussion of Balancing of automobile engines, by H.S.Rowell

Proc. Institution of Automobile Engineers, session 1923-4, vol. 18, part 2, pp.525-6 Contribution to discussion of paper given to I.A.E. 25th March 1924

 


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