Frederick Remsen Hutton

Engineer, Author

1853 – 1918

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Who was Frederick Remsen Hutton?

Frederick Remsen Hutton, M.E., Sc.D. was an American mechanical engineer. He was born in New York City, graduated from Columbia College in 1873, and from Columbia School of Mines in 1876. He was employed there in several positions until he retired in 1907. Columbia gave him the honorary degree of Sc.D. in 1904.

In 1892 he became associate editor of the Engineering Magazine. From 1883 to 1906 he was secretary of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers; and he became president of the organization in 1907. In 1911 he was consulting engineer for the department of water, gas, and electricity of New York City, and he served as chairman of the technical committee of the Automobile Club of America for many terms. He wrote reports on machine tools for the census of 1880; Mechanical Engineering of Power Plants; Heat and Heat Engines; and The Gas-Engine.

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Born
1853
Also known as
  • Frederic Remsen Hutton
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • Columbia University
Lived in
  • New York City
Died
1918

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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