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Motive power laboratory notebook

  • GB 249 OM/294
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  • 1941 - 1942

Motive power laboratory notebook created by Andrew Hamilton, a student at the Royal Technical College, Glasgow.

Hamilton, Andrew, fl. 1941-1995, student at Royal Technical College, Glasgow

PASSYS Project: Passive solar energy research for buildings. UK Consortium Report.

  • GB 249 OF/101/16
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  • 1988

Report on the participation of the United Kingdom Consortium in the CEC PASSYS project for the year 1988. The Consortium included the University of Strathclyde; the Building Research Establishment; the Energy Technology Support Unit, and Pilkington Glass Ltd. The Report was submitted by Dr J. W. Twidell of the Energy Studies Unit, University of Strathclyde (the scientist responsible for the contract), and compiled by Dr P. Strachan of the Architecture and Building Aids Computer Unit (ABACUS), University of Strathclyde. Both Units are within the Faculty of Engineering.

University of Strathclyde | Faculty of Engineering

Brochure for the Glasgow Research Partnership in Engineering

  • GB 249 OF/101/15
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  • 2006

Brochure setting out the composition and aims of the Glasgow Research Partnership in Engineering, a major programme of investment in collaborative research involving the Scottish Funding Council and the Universities of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Paisley, and Glasgow Caledonian University. The Director of the Partnership is Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice Chancellor of the University of Strathclyde, and the Engineering Faculty Officer is the general enquiries contact.

Glasgow Research Partnership in Engineering

Letter from Robert Pitt, Consulting Engineer, Milburn House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, to Thomas O'Beirne

Congratulates O'Beirne on his election as a Corporate Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Also expresses sympathy for the wartime bombing suffered by Clydebank: 'We heard of the 'Blitz' over Glasgow and regret to learn of so many deaths, etc. However, [we] are sure your people have the right spirit and will pay back many times over. Many of our towns have had similar rough times but are all quite cheery and waiting 'DER TAG' which will give us our revenge.'