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Reference numberEC/1884/14
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TitleLamb, Sir Horace: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationHorace Lamb
Author of the following papers and book: -
1. On some hydrodynamical solutions. Quart Journ Math Dec 1878
2. On the free motion of a solid through an infinite mass of liquid - Proc Lond Math Soc May 1877
3. Note on a theorem in hydrodynamics. Messenger of Math 1877
4. On the condition for steady motion of a fluid. Proc Lond Math Soc Feb 1878
5. Treatise on the mathematical theory of the motion of Fluids. Camb Univ Press 1879
6. On the oscillations of a viscous spheroid. Proc Lond Math Soc. Nov 1881
7. On the vibrations of an elastic sphere. Proc Lond Math Soc. May 1882
8. On the forces experienced by a solid moving through an infinite mass of liquid. Quart Journ Math Oct
1882
9. On the vibrations of a sperical shell. Proc Lond Math Soc. Dec 1882
10. On electrical motions in a spherical conductor. Read before RS Ap 5 1883, ordered to be printed in Phil
Trans
11. On the mutal potential of two lines in space. Read before Lond Math Soc June 1883, ordered to be
printed
12. On the basis of Statistics. Phil Mag March, 1883
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Rayleigh; A Cayley
From Personal Knowledge: G H Darwin; J C Adams; J W L Glaisher; W D Niven; R T Glazebrook
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Lamb, Sir Horace: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8246Lamb; Sir; Horace (1849 - 1934)1849 - 1934
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