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A journal by the administration, faculty and alumni of the Newark College of Engineering. This issue includes: "The President's Diary" by Allan R. Cullimore "Move Over, Mr. Field Man" by Marvin B. Scher "Formulas for the Solution of Catenary Problems" by Joseph Joffe "Methods of Subsurface Explorations" by D. C. Frost "The Fundamental Principles of Electricity in Modern Terminology" by Paul C. Shedd "The Value of Libraries to Engineers" by Ira A. Tumbleson "The Second River Joint Sewer" by Edward S. Rankin "S. P. E. E. and N. C. E." "American Society of Civil Engineers" "Conference on Land Surveying" "Professor J. Ansel Brooks Retires" by Harold N. Cummings "Their "Impossible" Camera O. K. "Promotions and Appointments" "Plastic Age Reaches Cannon Shells" "American Chemical Society" "Professor Widdop Becomes Department Head" "The Cover" "New Head of Industrial Engineering Department" "Odd's Bombkins" "La Londe Lectures at Robert Treat Hotel" "Meeting in the Mathematical Department" "Measures Electric "Lag"" "Production Problems" "Professor Paul E. Schweizer Elected" "The Enrollment at N. C. E." "What Our Readers Say"

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Publication Date

3-31-1941

Document Type

Journal

Publisher

Newark College of Engineering

City

Newark, New Jersey, United States

Keywords

Newark Engineering Notes, Newark College of Engineering, NCE Publications

Disciplines

Engineering

Newark Engineering Notes, Volume 4, No. 2, March, 1941

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