M. L. Bramson
Mogens L. Bramson was instrumental in the development of jet aircraft engine, the heart-lung
machine, and much more. He developed the Heart Lung machine while working at
Hallikainen Instruments. Around the office,
he was known as "Bram."
Bram gave a collection of his papers to
K. E. Hallikainen. Scans are below. The original documents are now held by the
Churchill Archives Centre at Churchilll College, University of Cambridge.
- Kektoen Bronze Medal
- Photo Gallery
- Scrapbook 2
- Scrapbook 3
- Scrapbook 4
- Hospital Delays Purchase, Borrows Crisis Equipment - Newspaper clipping from June 12, 1971 aboutWinnipeg General Hospital borrowing
a Bramson oxygenator
- Proof for article Bramson, Mogens (February 1979).
"Report on the Whittle System of Aircraft Propulsion (Theoretical Stage)- 8 October 1935". Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
- Engineering Case Librarly ECL 172A - Description of Frank Whittle's invention of the turbojet engine.
- Engineering Case Libraray ECL 172B - Includes notes by Bramson in 1968, the original Bramson Report on the Whittle engine as published in the
Aeronautical Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society in February 1979, and comments by Frank Whittle, Lancelot Law Whyte, and W. E. P. Johnson.
- Photo Album Small collection of photographs
- Times Diary, February 24, 1970 - Jet Ahead describes the publication of the Bramson report on the Whittle jet engine.
- Visionary who backed Whittle's jet engine - Scotsman, January 21, 1970
- Why Men Explore - San Francisco Chronicle letter to editor, January 1, 1969
- Case Study Reviews - Engineering Education, November 1972. Includes review of ECL 172 which discusses the Bramson report on the Whittle engine.
- The Goddard Award for Eminent Achievement in Energy Conversion, 1965. Awarded to Sir Frank Whittle for imagination, skill, persistence, and courage
in pioneering the gas turbine as a jet propulseion aircraft engine, thus revolutionizing military and commercial aviation for all time.
- Correspondence of R. G. Warden with Prime Minister regarding recognition for the work of Bramson.
- Kektoen Bronze Medal awarded by the American Medical Association for the Cardiac Resuscitator and Assistor to George Harkins, M.D. and M. L. Bramson, 1962.
- Report on the Whittle System of Aircraft Propulsion (Theoretical Stage) by M. L. Bramson, A.C.G.I.. F.R.Ae.S. - Carbon copy of the
original report dated October 8, 1935
- The Membrane Lung, M. L. Bramson, J. J. Osborn, and Frank Gerbode
Bramson Hallikainen Instruments Products
- A Fleeting Peace - Site
devoted to early British aviation.
- Frank Whittle, Wikipedia,
designer of the first operational turbojet engine. Financing the development of the
engine was achieved after an engineering report by Bramson showed the engine was
- Enabling the Turbojet
Revolution – The Bramson Report, by Cyrus B. Meher-Homji, P.E., Fellow ASME,
Chief Engineer, Mee Industries Inc., Gas Turbine Division, Global Gas Turbine
News Volume 42: 2002, No. 1
- US Patent 1,858,182 - ENGINE. OR PUMP, Patented by M. L. Bramson, May 10, 1932
- US Patent 3,413,095 - MEMBERANE OXYGENATOR, Patented by M. L. Bramson November 26, 1968
- FrankWhittle.co.uk - “The aim of this site is to provide a comprehensive overview of the life and achievements of Frank Whittle, inventor of the jet engine.”
- Frank Leven Albert Gerbode - UC Berkeley Oral History Project. Among other things, discusses the development of the membrane oxygenator with Bramson.
- The history of extracorporeal oxygenators, M. W. Lim, Anaesthesia, 2006. Mentions work on disk and membrane oxygenators by Gerbode and Bramson.
- Preliminary Observations on the Performance of the Bramson Membrane Lung Oxygenator, Elmore M. Aronstam, Col, James P. Geiger, Lt Col, John A. Morris, Jr., Lt Col, all USA, MC, and Paul T. Rigby, THE ANNALS OF THORACIC SURGERY, VOL. 5, NO. 4, APRIL, 1968