Reference numberEC/1885/10
TitleHicks, William Mitchinson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam M Hicks
Author of the following papers:
On the motion of two spheres in a fluid. Phil Trans 1880 Pt II p.455
On Toroidal Functions " " 1881 Pt III p 609
On the steady Motion of a hollow vortex ring (read before the Royal Society in June 1883 & printed in
Abstract in the Proceedings
On the Problem of two pulsating spheres in a fluid (two papers read before the Cambridge Phil Soc)
On some effects of dissociation on the physical properties of gases (two papers) (Philosophical Magazine)
On velocity and electric potentials between parallel planes (Quarterly Journal of Mathem)
On the motion of two cylinders in a fluid ( " )
On the condition of steady motion of two cylinders in a fluid ( " )
On functional images in ellipses ( " )
Report on the Recent Progress in Hydrodynamics' (Reports of the British Ass 1881 & 1882)
and of various other papers
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: A Cayley; Rayleigh; J J Sylvester; J C Adams; W H Besant; E J Routh; N M Ferrers; William Thomson; T G Bonney; W G Adams; Arthur Schuster
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Hicks, William Mitchinson: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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