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Trade Announcements was elected Chairman of the Committee for the en­ suing year in succession to Mr Leslie Gamage, M.C. Sir John Dodd was elected Deputy Chairman. A monthly feature giving news of recent Government and professional appointments, New Metrology Superintendent at N.P.L. Dr H. Barrel! succeeded Mr F. H. Rolt, O.B.E., industrial developments and business changes, etc. as Superintendent of the Metrology Division of the National Physical Laboratory on November 2, 1953. Pcrcival Aircraft Appointment The City and Guilds Insignia Award Flight Refuelling Board Appointment Mr F. H. Pollicutt has been appointed Chief The Insignia Award in Technology was established Mr H. C. Harrison, Chief Executive (Engineering) Designer to Pcrcival Aircraft Limited. Previously by the Council of the City and Guilds of London of Flight Refuelling Ltd., has been appointed a Chief Designer at Folland Aircraft Limited, he was Institute some twelve months ago to provide a high director of the Company. before that Deputy Chief Designer at the Bristol Aero­ qualification for persons in industry whose initial plane Company Limited, Bristol. training was based primarily upon practical experience Hawker Aircraft Changes combined with theoretical study and who, having Science Museum Exhibition The appointment of Mr Augustus Neville Spriggs, gained appropriate City and Guilds' certificates as O.B.E., M.I.P.E. as Managing Director of A special exhibition commemorating the fiftieth craftsmen or technicians, have now advanced in their the two Hawker aircraft companies at Kingston- anniversary of the first successful flight by the Wright industry by a combination of progressive experience on-Thames and Blackpool, heads a number of aeroplane in 1903 opened at the Science Museum on and further study. changes in the organization. The Hawker Aircraft Tuesday, December 15. A copy of the Regulations governing the Award, Company also announce that Mr J. T. Lidbury, J.P., Models, books, aeronautical relics and diagrams together with Notes for the Guidance of Candidates, succeeds Mr Spriggs as General Manager at Hawker are displayed illustrating early contemporary thoughts will be sent on application to: The Director, Depart­ Aircraft Ltd., Kingston, and that Mr E. H. Jefferson, and ideas on powered flight by a man-carrying ma­ ment of Technology (I.A.), City and Guilds of the present resident director, takes over as General chine; and how this was ultimately achieved by Wilbur London Institute, 31 Brechin Place, London, S.W.7. Manager at Hawker Aircraft (Blackpool), Ltd. and Orvillc Wright on December 17. 1903. A series Mr E. G. Rubython, former Personnel Manager at of sixteen large, and in some cases dramatic, photo­ Effingham Steel Works Appointment Kingston and later Assistant Secretary, becomes graphs emphasizes the many hazards faced by the Secretary in place of Mr Lidbury. early aeronautical pioneer. The London Representative of the Effingham The exhibition will remain open for approximately Steel Works Ltd, Sheffield, Mr Richard Lloyd, is three months. Admission is free. Hours of opening: now a Local Director of the Company. I.A.S. Award weekdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sundays, 2.30 to 6 p.m. The selection of Charles Augustus Lindbergh as the recipient of the Daniel Guggenheim Award for Evershed and Vignoles Ltd. Short's Appointments 1953 has been announced jointly by the American With effect from December 1, 1953, Evershed and Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Society of Short Brothers and Harland Ltd., Belfast, have Vignoles Ltd. have taken over the responsibility Automative Engineers, and the Institute of the Aero­ announced the appointment of Mr George T. Gedge for distributing the products manufactured and pre­ nautical Sciences. Presentation of the award will be as Assistant General Manager. viously marketed by Tinsley (Industrial Instruments) made by Harry Guggenheim at the Honours Night Succeeding Mr Gedge as Works Manager is Mr B. Ltd. In future all correspondence in connexion with Dinner of the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences Penney. Tinsley Instruments should be addressed to Evershed on January 25, 1954, at the Hotel Astor in New York. and Vignoles Ltd., Acton Lane Works, Chiswick, Lindbergh was selected as this year's medallist 'for United Steel Companies Ltd. London, W.4. Telephone enquiries to ELGar 6081. pioneering achievements in flight and air navigation'. With effect from the same date, Mr W. A. Shaw, The United Steel Companies Ltd. have announced A.I.E.E., has been appointed Sales Director and that they have appointed Commander K. H. S. Cohen, Joint Air Transport Committee elected as a member of the Board of Evershed and C.M.G., as their European adviser. For some time the Vignoles Ltd. At a recent meeting of the Joint Air Transport Company has wished to make a closer study of the Mr H. W. Griffiths, A.M.I.E.E., M.S.M.A., Committee of the Association of British Chambers of trends in European industry and economics and M.I.Ex., has been appointed General Sales Manager Commerce, The Federation of British Industries and Commander Cohen is to undertake this work on their in succession to Mr Shaw. The London Chamber of Commerce, Mr J. S. Wills behalf. There is now no shortage of silicone rubber, and Sempun Magnetic Flaw Detector SILICONE RUBBERS most rubber manufacturers are producing mouldings [R.P.R. Patents Limited, Alexandra Palace Station, and components from it. The material is manu­ London, N.10] Because of their stability and uniformity of pro­ factured and supplied in this country by Midland perties over a wide temperature range silicone rubbers Wiggin Nickel Alloys Silicones Ltd., under their trade name Silastomer. have been increasingly used in the aircraft industry [Henry Wiggin and Company Ltd., Wiggin Street, for a very wide variety of applications. Silicones are Birmingham, 16] organic compounds based on a silicon-oxygen struc­ Lustraphone Ltd.—Leaflet No. TMC 1052 ture with hydrocarbon radicals attached to the silicon [Lustraphone Ltd., St George's Works, Regents atoms. Some such compounds arc capable of poly­ TRADE PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED Park Road, London, N.W.I, England] merization to form elastomers, or rubber-like materials, which have properties, particularly with Broughton Electronicallv-Controlled Hand Driers Aero Research Technical Notes—Bulletin No. 129, respect to temperature, much better than natural [A. A. Black Ltd.,'113 Bristol Road, Birming­ September 1953 rubber, or other synthetic organic rubbers. The hard­ ham, 5] [Aero Research Ltd., Duxford, Cambridge] ness varies very little between the limits of — 60 deg. C. Hiduminium and Magnuminium Alloys and 250 deg. C , and the material is also chemically [High Duty Alloys Limited, Slough, Bucks] Magnolia Metal Review stable and resistant to ageing over this range. [The Magnolia Anti-Friction Metal Co. of Great Nimonic Alloys In Aircraft Gas Turbines These properties and the applications of the material Britain Ltd., 34 Victoria Street, London, S.W.I] [Henry Wiggin and Company Ltd., Wiggin Street, were illustrated at a recent exhibition at the London Birmingham, 16] offices of Midland Silicones Ltd., 19 Upper Brook The New Typhon Plating Barrel Street, W.l. The ability of the material to remain [W. Canning & Co. Ltd., Great Hampton Street, Pullin Optics 1932-1953 usable at widely different temperatures was shown by Birmingham, 18] [Phoenix Works, Great West Road, Brentford] various exhibits. A silicone rubber belt was driving a Solar Aircraft Generator Sets Electricity in Industry weighted pulley in a furnace at 200 deg. C. On a mat [Solar Aircraft Company, 2200 Pacific Highway, which a heating element had been embedded a [Lancashire Dynamo Holdings Ltd., St Stephen's task of water was boiling, and on another solder was House, Victoria Embankment, London, S.W.I] San Diego 12, California] kept in a molten state. Less spectacular, but equally StairJard-Bicera Spark Control Unit Flight Refuelling Probe and Drogue Equipment important from the aircraft point of view, were the [Standard Telephones and Cables Ltd., Connaught F-R Pressure Refuelling Equipment A temperature properties of flexibility. F-R Services to the Aircraft Industry House, 63 Aldwych, London, W.2] A considerable variety of aircraft applications were [Flight Refuelling Ltd., Tarrant Rushton Airfield, own. Virtually anything made of rubber can be Versatile Vickers Vikings made of silicone rubber, and it will usually be more near Blandford, Dorset] [Eagle Aircraft Services Ltd., Blackbushe Airport, table and longer lasting. Hot air pipes of asbestos Industrial Fluoroscopic Equipment Camberley, Surrey] cloth or glass cloth impregnated with silicone rubber, [Solus-Schall Limited, 18/22 New Cavendish Recent Burgess Micro Switch Developments pump diaphragms for hot air, and valve seats, and a Street, London, W.1] [Burgess Products Company Ltd., Dukes Way, large variety of 0-rings, gaskets and seals for high Team Valley, Gateshead, 11] temperature applications were shown. Cabin door Hawker Siddeley Review—September 1953 seals which do not lose their flexibility at low tem- Uniforms and Industrial Clothing Catalogue [18 St James's Square, London, S.W.I] perature arc another important application. The [John Peck and Company Ltd., Edge Lane, Liver­ material can also be bonded to light alloys, and Machine Tool Catalogue MT 853 pool, 13. 10s.] [F. J. Edwards Limited, Edwards House, 359-361 flexible anti-vibration mountings for instruments were Bakelite Laminated in the Aircraft Industry Euston Road, London, N.W.I] own incorporating this. [Bakelite Ltd., 12-18 Grosvenor Gardens, London, S.W.1] January 1954 29 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

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Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology , Volume 26 (1): 1 – Jan 1, 1954

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was elected Chairman of the Committee for the en­ suing year in succession to Mr Leslie Gamage, M.C. Sir John Dodd was elected Deputy Chairman. A monthly feature giving news of recent Government and professional appointments, New Metrology Superintendent at N.P.L. Dr H. Barrel! succeeded Mr F. H. Rolt, O.B.E., industrial developments and business changes, etc. as Superintendent of the Metrology Division of the National Physical Laboratory on November 2, 1953. Pcrcival Aircraft Appointment The City and Guilds Insignia Award Flight Refuelling Board Appointment Mr F. H. Pollicutt has been appointed Chief The Insignia Award in Technology was established Mr H. C. Harrison, Chief Executive (Engineering) Designer to Pcrcival Aircraft Limited. Previously by the Council of the City and Guilds of London of Flight Refuelling Ltd., has been appointed a Chief Designer at Folland Aircraft Limited, he was Institute some twelve months ago to provide a high director of the Company. before that Deputy Chief Designer at the Bristol Aero­ qualification for persons in industry whose initial plane Company Limited, Bristol. training was based primarily upon practical experience Hawker Aircraft Changes combined with theoretical study and who, having Science Museum Exhibition The appointment of Mr Augustus Neville Spriggs, gained appropriate City and Guilds' certificates as O.B.E., M.I.P.E. as Managing Director of A special exhibition commemorating the fiftieth craftsmen or technicians, have now advanced in their the two Hawker aircraft companies at Kingston- anniversary of the first successful flight by the Wright industry by a combination of progressive experience on-Thames and Blackpool, heads a number of aeroplane in 1903 opened at the Science Museum on and further study. changes in the organization. The Hawker Aircraft Tuesday, December 15. A copy of the Regulations governing the Award, Company also announce that Mr J. T. Lidbury, J.P., Models, books, aeronautical relics and diagrams together with Notes for the Guidance of Candidates, succeeds Mr Spriggs as General Manager at Hawker are displayed illustrating early contemporary thoughts will be sent on application to: The Director, Depart­ Aircraft Ltd., Kingston, and that Mr E. H. Jefferson, and ideas on powered flight by a man-carrying ma­ ment of Technology (I.A.), City and Guilds of the present resident director, takes over as General chine; and how this was ultimately achieved by Wilbur London Institute, 31 Brechin Place, London, S.W.7. Manager at Hawker Aircraft (Blackpool), Ltd. and Orvillc Wright on December 17. 1903. A series Mr E. G. Rubython, former Personnel Manager at of sixteen large, and in some cases dramatic, photo­ Effingham Steel Works Appointment Kingston and later Assistant Secretary, becomes graphs emphasizes the many hazards faced by the Secretary in place of Mr Lidbury. early aeronautical pioneer. The London Representative of the Effingham The exhibition will remain open for approximately Steel Works Ltd, Sheffield, Mr Richard Lloyd, is three months. Admission is free. Hours of opening: now a Local Director of the Company. I.A.S. Award weekdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sundays, 2.30 to 6 p.m. The selection of Charles Augustus Lindbergh as the recipient of the Daniel Guggenheim Award for Evershed and Vignoles Ltd. Short's Appointments 1953 has been announced jointly by the American With effect from December 1, 1953, Evershed and Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Society of Short Brothers and Harland Ltd., Belfast, have Vignoles Ltd. have taken over the responsibility Automative Engineers, and the Institute of the Aero­ announced the appointment of Mr George T. Gedge for distributing the products manufactured and pre­ nautical Sciences. Presentation of the award will be as Assistant General Manager. viously marketed by Tinsley (Industrial Instruments) made by Harry Guggenheim at the Honours Night Succeeding Mr Gedge as Works Manager is Mr B. Ltd. In future all correspondence in connexion with Dinner of the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences Penney. Tinsley Instruments should be addressed to Evershed on January 25, 1954, at the Hotel Astor in New York. and Vignoles Ltd., Acton Lane Works, Chiswick, Lindbergh was selected as this year's medallist 'for United Steel Companies Ltd. London, W.4. Telephone enquiries to ELGar 6081. pioneering achievements in flight and air navigation'. With effect from the same date, Mr W. A. Shaw, The United Steel Companies Ltd. have announced A.I.E.E., has been appointed Sales Director and that they have appointed Commander K. H. S. Cohen, Joint Air Transport Committee elected as a member of the Board of Evershed and C.M.G., as their European adviser. For some time the Vignoles Ltd. At a recent meeting of the Joint Air Transport Company has wished to make a closer study of the Mr H. W. Griffiths, A.M.I.E.E., M.S.M.A., Committee of the Association of British Chambers of trends in European industry and economics and M.I.Ex., has been appointed General Sales Manager Commerce, The Federation of British Industries and Commander Cohen is to undertake this work on their in succession to Mr Shaw. The London Chamber of Commerce, Mr J. S. Wills behalf. There is now no shortage of silicone rubber, and Sempun Magnetic Flaw Detector SILICONE RUBBERS most rubber manufacturers are producing mouldings [R.P.R. Patents Limited, Alexandra Palace Station, and components from it. The material is manu­ London, N.10] Because of their stability and uniformity of pro­ factured and supplied in this country by Midland perties over a wide temperature range silicone rubbers Wiggin Nickel Alloys Silicones Ltd., under their trade name Silastomer. have been increasingly used in the aircraft industry [Henry Wiggin and Company Ltd., Wiggin Street, for a very wide variety of applications. Silicones are Birmingham, 16] organic compounds based on a silicon-oxygen struc­ Lustraphone Ltd.—Leaflet No. TMC 1052 ture with hydrocarbon radicals attached to the silicon [Lustraphone Ltd., St George's Works, Regents atoms. Some such compounds arc capable of poly­ TRADE PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED Park Road, London, N.W.I, England] merization to form elastomers, or rubber-like materials, which have properties, particularly with Broughton Electronicallv-Controlled Hand Driers Aero Research Technical Notes—Bulletin No. 129, respect to temperature, much better than natural [A. A. Black Ltd.,'113 Bristol Road, Birming­ September 1953 rubber, or other synthetic organic rubbers. The hard­ ham, 5] [Aero Research Ltd., Duxford, Cambridge] ness varies very little between the limits of — 60 deg. C. Hiduminium and Magnuminium Alloys and 250 deg. C , and the material is also chemically [High Duty Alloys Limited, Slough, Bucks] Magnolia Metal Review stable and resistant to ageing over this range. [The Magnolia Anti-Friction Metal Co. of Great Nimonic Alloys In Aircraft Gas Turbines These properties and the applications of the material Britain Ltd., 34 Victoria Street, London, S.W.I] [Henry Wiggin and Company Ltd., Wiggin Street, were illustrated at a recent exhibition at the London Birmingham, 16] offices of Midland Silicones Ltd., 19 Upper Brook The New Typhon Plating Barrel Street, W.l. The ability of the material to remain [W. Canning & Co. Ltd., Great Hampton Street, Pullin Optics 1932-1953 usable at widely different temperatures was shown by Birmingham, 18] [Phoenix Works, Great West Road, Brentford] various exhibits. A silicone rubber belt was driving a Solar Aircraft Generator Sets Electricity in Industry weighted pulley in a furnace at 200 deg. C. On a mat [Solar Aircraft Company, 2200 Pacific Highway, which a heating element had been embedded a [Lancashire Dynamo Holdings Ltd., St Stephen's task of water was boiling, and on another solder was House, Victoria Embankment, London, S.W.I] San Diego 12, California] kept in a molten state. Less spectacular, but equally StairJard-Bicera Spark Control Unit Flight Refuelling Probe and Drogue Equipment important from the aircraft point of view, were the [Standard Telephones and Cables Ltd., Connaught F-R Pressure Refuelling Equipment A temperature properties of flexibility. F-R Services to the Aircraft Industry House, 63 Aldwych, London, W.2] A considerable variety of aircraft applications were [Flight Refuelling Ltd., Tarrant Rushton Airfield, own. Virtually anything made of rubber can be Versatile Vickers Vikings made of silicone rubber, and it will usually be more near Blandford, Dorset] [Eagle Aircraft Services Ltd., Blackbushe Airport, table and longer lasting. Hot air pipes of asbestos Industrial Fluoroscopic Equipment Camberley, Surrey] cloth or glass cloth impregnated with silicone rubber, [Solus-Schall Limited, 18/22 New Cavendish Recent Burgess Micro Switch Developments pump diaphragms for hot air, and valve seats, and a Street, London, W.1] [Burgess Products Company Ltd., Dukes Way, large variety of 0-rings, gaskets and seals for high Team Valley, Gateshead, 11] temperature applications were shown. Cabin door Hawker Siddeley Review—September 1953 seals which do not lose their flexibility at low tem- Uniforms and Industrial Clothing Catalogue [18 St James's Square, London, S.W.I] perature arc another important application. The [John Peck and Company Ltd., Edge Lane, Liver­ material can also be bonded to light alloys, and Machine Tool Catalogue MT 853 pool, 13. 10s.] [F. J. Edwards Limited, Edwards House, 359-361 flexible anti-vibration mountings for instruments were Bakelite Laminated in the Aircraft Industry Euston Road, London, N.W.I] own incorporating this. [Bakelite Ltd., 12-18 Grosvenor Gardens, London, S.W.1] January 1954 29

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