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Bernard S. Brailey

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Bernard S. Brailey B.Sc., A.IVI.I.Mech.E, A.M.I.Loco.E., A.M. I.Pet.Tech., M.E.

1939 Chief Process Engr., T.V.P. Ltd. (T.V.P. Cracking Process), Shell-Mex House, Strand, W.C.2. Private address: 44, Rowsley Avenue, Hendon, N.W.4.

Career: Apprenticeship, Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Glasgow; War service, France, R.A.F.; Inspector for Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., Newcastle-on-Tyne; Inspector for South African Rlys.; Chief Engr. for Iffa, Ltd. (Fire Fighting Appliances), London; 1929-1937, Construction and Operating Engr., Universal Oil Products Co., Chicago, U.S.A.; present position since 1937. Joint Inventor of Direct Coking Process.

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