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Annual Report of the Delegacy xciii Ph Beevers 'The measurement of tooth ripple losses in electrical machines Ph Cherewick 'Mechanism of comminution of brittle materials Ph Clark 'The hydrodynamics of blood flow in the human lower limb Ph Fragala 'Mixing studies in fluidized beds Ph Newson 'Effect of entry devices in fluidisation opera- tions Ph Parkinson 'The variation with time of water content and shrinkage in concrete subjected to thermal gradient Ph Uff Strength and elasticity of sedimentary rock Sc March 1965 Dhansukhlal 'Effects of hot climates on con- crete properties and structures Sc Eng Hutchinson Ά study of the auto-excited trans- ductor Sc Eng July 1965 Jackson 'The influence of leaching on the permeability and shear strength of soil-cement Sc Eng Ray passed the oral examination having passed the written examination in 1964 Faculty Notes Professor Κ Nash acted as Rapporteur for the technical session on 'The learning process' at the World Congress on Engineering Education at Chicago in June 1965 He also delivered public lecture on 'The training of the professional engineer' at the Royal University of Malta He completed five years as chairman of the editorial panel of the scientific quarterly journal Geotechnique Dr Hussey and Mr Dixon paid visit to the University of Malta and gave lectures on their special subjects Dr Hussey pre- sented paper Ά general theory of cyclically symmetric frames' at the eighth British Colloquium of Theoretical Mechanics held at Southampton University in April 1966 At meeting of the Institute of Physics and the Physical Society in January 1966 Mr Dougill presented paper 'Established and possible approaches to structural fire testing' In the Civil Engineering department research in several topics was
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