Fred Traice, former President of the Cleveland Institution of Engineers, passed away on 11 October 2013 in Harrogate. He worked at British Steel for many years, was heavily involved in the design of Redcar Blast Furnace and was an active member and eventually Chairman of the European Ironmaking Research Committee.
In memoriam: An appreciation of past members
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Peter Welford, who has died aged 98, studied at Cambridge with Alan Turing, worked in a lab with Margaret Thatcher and was employed on a number of projects throughout his career including improving weather resistance of the material used to coat steel and aluminium sheet for external cladding of buildings.
Christopher Michael (Mike) Sellars made outstanding contributions in research and in teaching metallurgy. He entered the University of Sheffield as an undergraduate in 1953, later becoming a member of staff and, excepting temporary appointments overseas, he continued to serve the University well beyond his formal retirement in 2001.
My first acquaintance with Arthur was in 1952 when he came to the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough having completed his period of National Service in the RAF.
John Hunt was an eminent metallurgist who will be remembered as a pioneer in the field of solidification research.
John Tattersall was ex-President of the Hong Kong Branch and an internationally renowned engineering geologist.
Barry Smale-Adams was a Fellow of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, a member
of Council, and President 1983–1984.
The passing of Dr David Robson Glyn Davies FIMMM has been reported
was Secretary-General of The Plastics and Rubber Institute for nearly 30 years and played a key role in the post-war development of Britain’s plastics and rubber industries.
Gordon Gross FIMMM joined the Geological Survey of Canada in 1956, and started his life work on the study of iron formations of Canada and the world.