AUTO ENGINEERS TO MEET.
|Topics: Society of Automobile Engineers
The New York Times
December 26, 1909
Two All-Day Sessions Planned During Automobile Shows.
Two meetings of the Society of Automobile Engineers will be held during the Grand Central Palace and Madison Square Garden automobile shows. The first meeting will be held Jan. 4 at the Automobile Club of America, Fifty-fourth Street, west of Broadway, at 10 A. M., holding an all-day session which will include the election of officers for the ensuing year. At 8 P. M. a dinner will be held. The second meeting will be held Jan. 13 at the Engineering Society's building, 25 West Thirty-ninth Street, at 10 A. M., being an extension of the Jan. 4 meeting.
The following papers will be read at the meeting on Jan. 4: "A Classical Determination of Changing Speed Gear Bearing Loads," by L. C. Freeman, and "The Effect of Frequent and Heavy Charging Upon Pasted Lead Peroxide Plates," by Hugh Rodman, while the following papers will be read at the meeting on Jan. 13: "Characteristic Curves of Internal Combustion Motors," by B. D. Gray; "The Wider Dissemination of Professional Knowledge and Experience," by Henry Hess, member of the society, and "Test of a Twenty-Horse-Power Franklin Air Cooled Motor," by L. R. Evans, M. E., Syracuse, N. Y., and R. T. Lay, M. E., Ithaca, N. Y.
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