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Barnes Wallis
Nascimento 26 de setembro de 1887
Derbyshire
Morte 30 de outubro de 1979 (92 anos)
Surrey
Nacionalidade Reino Unido Britânico
Prêmios Medalha de Ouro Kelvin (1968), Medalha Real (1975)
Campo(s) Engenharia
R100 airship
RCAF Wellington bomber, having flown back to England despite a direct anti-aircraft hit, exposing the geodesic airframe construction.

Barnes Neville Wallis CBE[1] FRS (Derbyshire, 26 de setembro de 1887Surrey, 30 de outubro de 1979) foi um engenheiro e inventor britânico.

Statue of Barnes Wallis in Herne Bay, Kent, near the site of the bouncing bomb tests.

Referências

  1. «No. 44735». The London Gazette. 13 December 1968  Verifique data em: |data= (ajuda)
Livros
  • Boorer, N.W. (2008). The Stratosphere Chamber. Weybridge, Surrey: Brooklands Museum Trust Ltd 
  • Boorer, N.W. (2008). Sir Barnes Wallis, CBE, FRS, RDII, FRAeS 1887-1979. Weybridge, Surrey: Brooklands Museum Trust Ltd 
  • Flower, Steven (2002). Hell of a Bomb: How the Bombs of Barnes Wallis Helped Win the Second World War. [S.l.]: Tempus Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7524-2386-9 
  • Flower, Steven (2004). Barnes Wallis' Bombs: Tallboy, Dambuster and Grand Slam. [S.l.]: Tempus Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7524-2987-8 
  • Morpurgo, J.E. (1972). Barnes Wallis, A Biography. London: Longman. ISBN 978-0-582-10360-3 
  • Murray, Iain (2009). Bouncing-Bomb Man: the Science of Sir Barnes Wallis. [S.l.]: Haynes. ISBN 978-1-84425-588-7 
  • Pugh, Peter (2005). Barnes Wallis Dambuster. [S.l.]: Icon. ISBN 978-1-84046-685-0 
  • Robertson, Peter (1992). Beyond Southern Skies: Radio Astronomy and the Parkes Telescope. [S.l.]: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-41408-1 
  • Stopes-Roe, Mary (2005). Mathematics with Love: The Courtship Correspondence of Barnes Wallis, Inventor of the Bouncing Bomb. [S.l.]: Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-4039-4498-6 

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