William Helmore

William Helmore

Air Commodore William Helmore Ph.D., M.S., F.C.S., F.R.Ae.S., CBE (1 March 1894 – 18 December 1964) was an engineer who had a varied and distinguished career in scientific research with the Air Ministry and the Ministry of Aircraft Production during the Second World War, as a broadcaster, and for two years as Member of Parliament for Watford 1943–1945.

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William Helmore - Patents
... GB patent 344806, William Helmore Andrew Swan, "An improved trap for flame resulting from explosion of gases in a conduit", issued 1931-03-02 GB patent 351613, William Helmore, "Improved means ...

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