Goudie Prize in Applied Thermodynamics

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The Goudie Prize in Applied Thermodynamics was founded in 1938 by William John Goudie, the James Watt Professor of the Theory and Practice of Heat Engines from 1921 to 1938. It is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Professor of Mechanical Engineering to the candidate who, having completed in the University the prescribed curriculum for the degree of BSc in Engineering in four consecutive sessions, has attained the highest standard of excellence in the work of the lecture and laboratory classes in Applied Thermodynamics of the second, third and fourth years, provided that the student's work in the other subjects of the curriculum, and especially in Mathematics and Physics, has been satisfactory.


Goudie Prize in Applied Thermodynamics
Award Type: Prizes
Year Founded: 1938
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Record last updated: 29th Jul 2007

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