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John Cunningham Cunningham

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John Cunningham Cunningham (1872- )

1922 M.I.E.Aust., Chief Engr., Broken Hill South, Ltd.; b. 1872. Ed. High Sch. and University College, Dundee, Scot. Training: University College App. with W. B. Thompson and Co., Ltd., Dundee; Drawing Office, Gourlay Brothers and Co., Ltd., Dundee; Draughtsman with Johnson and Phillips, London, and Jas. Martin and Co., Ltd.; Gawler, South Australia; Chief Engr., Broken Hill South, Ltd., Broken Hill (Lead, Silver and Zinc Mine), N.S.W.; Design and Lay-out of Steam Power Plants, Gravity and Flotation Concentrating Plants; Inventor of Elevated Grid Bottom Cooling Tower and Flotation Machines. Publ.: A New Type of Cooling Tower ("Mining and Engineering Review" ); Application of Exhaust Steam Turbines to the Power Plants of Mines (Aust. I. Min.E.). Club: Broken Hill. Address: 5, Cheltenham Street, Fullarton, Adelaide, S. Australia.

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