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Biographical entry Nicolle, Eugène Dominique (1823 - 1909)

Born
1823
Rouen, France
Died
23 November 1909
Occupation
Refrigeration engineer

Summary

Eugène Nicolle developed ice-making machinery and refrigerated transport equipment.

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

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Journal Articles

  • Jervis, J., 'Notes on the Lives of Augustus Morris and Eugene Dominique Nicolle', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 34 (1948). Details
  • Mort, Thomas Sutcliffe and Nicolle, Eugene Dominique, 'Improved Method in Connection with the Preservation of Food, &c (Patent, 13 Aug., 1868)', Specifications of Letters of Registration of Patents for Inventions - South Australia, 1 (99) (1848-68), 11. Details
  • Nicolle, Eugene Dominique and Mort, Thomas Sutcliffe, 'Improved Apparatus for Separating the Aqueous Portions of Fluids and Juices (Patent, 24 June, 1869)', Specifications of Letters of Registration of Patents for Inventions - South Australia, 2 (114) (1868-74), 5. Details
  • Nicolle, Eugene Dominique and Williams, James Hartwell, 'Improvements in the Manufacture of artificial Ice. (Patent, 12 March, 1862)', Specifications of Letters of Registration of Patents for Inventions - South Australia, 1 (25) (1848-68). Details
  • Selfe, N., 'A Pioneer Refrigerating Engineer', Ice and Refrigeration (1899). Details

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See also

McCarthy, G.J.