Edgar Alfred Allcut
Edgar Alfred Allcut (1888- )
1922 M.Sc.Eng., A.M.I.Mech.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mechanical Engineer, 32, St. Matthew's Road, Smethwick, Staffs; b. 1888. Training: Engineering Course, Birmingham University, 1904-8; Bowen. Research Scholarship and Heslop Gold Medal, 1909; Research on Producer Gas, 1908-10. Professional Career: Assistant Engineer, Humphrey Pump Co., Ltd.,. Westminster, 1910-13; Manager, Mond Gas Plant, Saltley, 1913-14; Manager, Engineering and Testing Machine Departments, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., Soho Foundry, Birmingham, 1914-17; Chief Inspector of Materials, Austin Motor Co., Northfield, 1917 to 1921; Cons. Engr. 1921 to date. Business Address: 368, Dudley Road, Birmingham. Publ: Paper read before Inst. Mech. Engrs., 1911. Articles in principal Engineering papers. "The Application of Materials to Engineering Design" (Chas. Griffin & Co.). War Services.— Designer and maker of testing machines for all classes of war work, particularly aeronautical. Responsible for quality of materials used on motor and aircraft work.