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Lewis F. Richardson

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Lewis F. Richardson (1881- )

1922 B.A., F.R.Met.S., Electrical Engineer (Incandescent Lamps, Theory of Dams, Meteorology), c/o King's College, Cambridge; b. 1881; s. of David Richardson, Newcastle; m. Dorothy, d. of Dr. Wm. Garnett. Ed. Bootham School, York; Armstrong College, Newcastle; King's College, Cambridge, first class Natural Science Tripos; National Physical Laboratory (metallurgy). Junior Demonstrator, Physics, Aberystwyth; Assistant at National Physical Laboratory (metrology); 3] experimental work for Sunbeam Lamp Co., Gateshead; Superintendent, Eskdalemuir Observatory, 1913-6; Meteorological Research, Benson Observatory, 1919. Teacher of Physics, Westminster Training College. Publications: Various papers on mathematical and experimental physics. War Services.—Motor Ambulance, F.A.U., British Bed Cross Society.

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