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Reference numberEC/1895/05
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TitleBryan, George Hartley: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. Lecturer (on Thermodynamics, &c) on the University list. Fifth Wrangler, 1886; Class I, Division 1, 1887; bracketed with Senior Wrangler, Smith's Prize, 1888, for the Essay 'On the Curves on a Rotating Spheroid of Finite Ellipticity' (Phil Trans, 1889 A). Author of the following papers: - 'On the Stability of a Rotating Spheroid of Perfect Fluid' (Proc Roy Soc, vol xlvii); 'On the Stability of Elastic Systems;' 'Waves on a Viscous Rotating Cylinder' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, vol vi); and several others in Phil Mag, Proc Lond Math Soc, and Proc Camb Phil Soc, &c, &c. Also joint Author, with Mr Larmor, of the Report on Thermodynamics, published in the British Association Reports, 1891.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Horace Lamb; S H Burbury; R B Clifton; Oliver J Lodge
From Personal Knowledge: Edward J Routh; G H Darwin; G G Stokes; A Cayley; J J Thomson; W H Besant; A R Forsyth; N M Ferrers; J A Ewing; Robert S Ball; Joseph Larmor; E W Hobson; J W L Glaisher; H W Watson; J H Poynting
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Bryan, George Hartley: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1659Bryan; George Hartley (1864 - 1928)1864 - 1928
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