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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-358

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Annual Report lxiii Ph Brown Ά study of the fluid motion in vortex tube sand traps and the factors influencing their efficiency Ph Davis 'The influence of the geometry of the liners on the mechanics of ball mill Ph Williams Ά study of the elastic properties of concrete using static and dynamic methods Sc Eng Ahsan 'The resistance of round-wire single-layer coils at high frequency Sc Eng Counto 'The effect on the creep of concrete of the elastic modulus of the coarse aggregate Faculty Notes At the end of the Michaelmas term Professor Greig visited the Faculty of Engineering of the Ahmadu Bello University in Northern Nigeria In association with this visit he was able to pursue inquiries on behalf of UNESCO in relation to the establishment of an Engineering Faculty in the University of Lagos and to pay short visits to the Uni- versity of Ibadan to the Kwame Nkrumah University in Kumasi Ghana and on the return journey to the University of Malta Profes- sor Greig visited the University of the West Indies in May and return- ing via the United States spent several days at the National Bureau of Standards at Washington and lectured there Professor Κ Nash acted as Chairman of Symposium on the Use of Grouts and Drilling Muds in Engineering Practice held at the Institution of Civil Engineers in May 1963 The conference was at- tended by 250 engineers from thirteen countries In June Professor Nash represented the Institution of Civil Engineers at the fourth EUSEC Meeting Conference of Engineering Societies of Western Europe and the United States of America on engineering education and training The conference met in London At the request of the Nigerian Universities Commission Professor Nash visited the five Nigerian universities in May 1963 with Professor McNown of Kansas and Professor Kling of Paris Their mission was to review the needs for professional engineers in Nigeria and to recommend the facilities for education and training which ought to be provided in that country Professor Η Rose attended the meeting of the Committee on Comminution of the European Federation for Chemical Engineering held in Dusseldorf in April Professor Ross was guest lecturer at postgraduate course on
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