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Julian James King-Salter (1865- )
1920 Presented a Paper to the Institution of Naval Architects on 'The Balancing of Rotors and the determination of the Position of the Amount for the Balancing of Weights'. 
1922 R.C.N.C., M.I.N.A., Chief Constructor, H.M. Dockyard, Hong-Kong; b. 1865; s. of the Rev. J. P. King Salter, M.A. (Cantab. ). Ed. Private Sch. and Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Training: John I. Thornycroft and Co. and Royal Naval Coll., Greenwich. Wh. Ex.; qualified for entry into Royal Corps of Naval Constructors. Career: In employment of Admiralty at various Dockyards at home and abroad; 1914-20— Gen. Man., H.M. Australian Govt. Naval Dockyard, Sydney, Australia; 1920 to date—In Admiralty Service. Papers: " Description of Spanish T.B. Assite. Students," I.C.E. Millar Prize; " Some Experiments of the Influence of Running Balance of Propellors on the Vibrations of Ships," Inst. of Naval Archs., Premium Prize; " The Balancing of Rotors and the determination of the Position of the Amount for the Balancing of Weights," I.N.A.; " Some Experiments on Tallows in their Use for the Launching of Ships," I.N.A. Address: Shute End House, Wokingham, Berks.