Warwickshire Retired Engineers event - The evolution of marine propulsion   Fully Booked

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Technical lecture
14 October 2021 10:30 - 13:30
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Description

Bookings closed at 5pm on Friday 8th October; for any questions, please contact Keith via the 'Send a message' facility below.

This talk will follow the evolution of marine propulsion from paddle steam as used in the 
SS Great Western through to the modern gas turbine.
Along the way we’ll also consider the SS Great Britain screw propulsion system, triple expansion, and the first marine steam turbine of Turbinia.

 
Please Note: Those attending will be requested to wear face masks on entering and moving around in the building and when not seated for the talk or lunch. Food will be served to members by the caterers in the Sports Lounge and taken by members to the main hall to be consumed.

For more info on Warwickshire Retired Engineers events, including catering and payment - now confirmed at £6-00, payable in cash on the day - please see their page on our IMechE website.

Speaker(s)

Denis Sexton

Address

Dunchurch Village Hall
Rugby Road
Dunchurch, Rugby
CV22 6PN
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Keith SINFIELD

Email: Send a message

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