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Reference numberEC/1894/13
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TitleLove, Augustus Edward Hough: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following papers of merit, connected with mathematics: - 'On recent English Researches in Vortex Motion' (Math Ann, vol xxx, 1887); 'On Dedekind's Theorem concerning the Motion of a Liquid Ellipsoid under its own Attractions' (Phil Mag, 1888); 'The small Free Vibrations and Deformation of a thin Elastic Shell' (Phil Trans, 1888); 'On the Motion of a Liquid Elliptic Cylinder under its own Attraction, and 'The Oscillations of a Mass of gravitating Liquid in the form of an Elliptic Cylinder which rotates as if rigid about its axis' (Quart Journ Math, 1888); 'The Free and Forced Vibrations of an Elastic Spherical Shell containing a given Mass of Liquid' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol xix, 1888); 'The Oscillations of a Rotating Liquid Spheroid, and the Genesis of the Moon' (Phil Mag, 1889); 'Vortex Motion in certain Triangles' (Amer Journ Math, 1888); 'The Motion of a Solid in a Liquid when the Impulse reduces to a Couple' (Proc Phil Soc, Camb, 1888); 'On the Equilibrium of a Thin Elastic Spherical Bowl' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol xx, 1889); 'On Sir W Thomson's Estimate of the Rigidity of the Earth' (Trans Phil Soc Camb, vol xv, 1890); 'Note on the Present State of the Theory of Thin Elastic Shells' (Proc Roy Soc, vol xlix, 1891); 'Wave Motion in a Heterogeneous Heavy Liquid' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol xxii, 1891); 'On the Theory of Discontinuous Fluid Motions in two Dimensions' (Proc Phil Soc, Camb, vol vii, 1891).
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: A Cayley; G H Darwin; J J Thomson; W H Besant; R T Glazebrook; A G Greenhill; A B Basset; P A MacMahon; A R Forsyth; Robt B Hayward
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Love, Augustus Edward Hough: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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