The University of Wollongong thesis collection dates from 1954 and comprises over 4600 items, the majority of which have been digitised and made available on Research Online. All UOW thesis records are harvested by the National Library of Australia's Trove.

Please note that due to copyright restrictions the version of the thesis available online may vary in content from the original version. The University Library can provide access to complete versions.

Related series: UOW Thesis Collection 2017+.

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Theses from 1961

Developments in the abatement of atmospheric pollution caused iron and steel works, A. Dymet

Development of overhead valve cylinder heads for petrol engines, T. G. Farrington

Cylinder lubrication of four-stroke petrol engines, M. H. Ives

Oil injection methods for uniting and separating pressure joints, Ron Jeffcoat

The high pressure air operated air ejector -normally at low pressure and vacuum, Ronald C. Newman

Preventive plant maintenance in medium industry, Arthur R. Newnham

The measurement of torque and horse power using electric resistance strain gauges, R. J. Rees

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An investigation into the performance of grain augers, A W. Roberts

Solar energy air-conditioning, D. E. Stone

Theses from 1960

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An analysis of the otto cycle taking into consideration the effect of varying operating parameters, S. .E. Bonamy

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Ion exchange resins in steel analysis, F. M. Hall

Solar distillation and its application in Australia, R. K. Johnson

Rubber in compression, S. Muirhead

Steam contamination in the modern boiler, D. K. Reynolds

Disc brakes, D. C. Smith

Basic principles of roll pass layout and design, D. J. Townsend

Theses from 1958

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Wave propagation theory, B. E. Clancy

Theses from 1956

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Studies in the complex chemistry of molybdenum, Maxwell Campbell Steele

Theses from 1954

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Polarographic and electro-chemical investigations in the perinaphthenone system, Peter Beckmann

Layout of experimental steam plant and design of auxiliary equipment for Wollongong Technical College, Ronald M. Kinnell