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Edward Furber Miller

Edward Furber Miller, American engineer.

Background

  • Miller, Edward Furber was born on January 18, 1866 in Somerville, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William Gibbs and Sarah (Furber) Miller.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1886. Doctor of Science, Rhode Island State College, 1921.

    Career

    • Teacher of mechanic engineering, 1886-1892, professor steam engineering, since 1892, Massachusetts Institute Technology, also in charge department mechanic engineering, since 1911. Dean of army officers, Massachusetts Institute Technology, since 1922. Colonel Auxiliary Reserve.

      Assistant district chief of ordnance, since 1930. Universalist. Author: Steam Boilers (with Cecil H. Peabody), 1897. Problems in Thermodynamics and Heat-Engineering (with C. W. Berry and J. C. Riley), 1911.

      Notes on Power Plant Design (with James Holt), 3d edit. Notes on Heat Engineering, 1931. Home: Newton Center, Mass.

    Works

    • Author: Steam Boilers (with Cecil H. Peabody), 1897. Problems in Thermodynamics and Heat-Engineering (with C. W. Berry and J. C. Riley), 1911. Notes on Power Plant Design (with James Holt), 3d edit.

      Notes on Heat Engineering, 1931.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Willard Reed, September 11, 1900.
    • father: William Gibbs Miller
    • mother: Sarah (Furber) Miller
    • spouse: Mary Willard Reed
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    Died June 12, 1933
    (aged 67)
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