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Reference numberEC/1902/12
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TitleMichell, John Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAssistant Professor of Mathematics in the University of Melbourne. Ex-Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Distinguished for researches in Mathematical Physics. Author of the following papers: - 'Theory of Free Stream Lines' (Phil Trans, vol 181, 1890); 'The Highest Waves in Water' (Phil Mag, ser 5, vol xxxvi, 1893); 'The Wave-Resisitance of a Ship' (ibid, ser 5, vol xlv, 1898); 'The Small Deformation of Curves and Surfaces' (Messenger of Mathematics, xix); 'The Exhaustion of Neumann's Solution for the Motion of Solids of Revolution in Liquids' (ibid, xix); 'Vibrations of a String Stretched on a Surface' (ibid, xix); 'The Stability of a Bent and Twisted Wire' (ibid, xix); 'A Map of the Complex Z-function: a Condensor Problem' (ibid, xxiii); 'Uniplanar Stability of Rigid Body' (ibid, xxx); 'Determination of Stress in Elastic Sphere' (ibid, xxx); 'The Stress in the Web of a Plate Girder' (Quarterly Journ Math, 1900); 'Theory of Uniformly Loaded Beams' (ibid, 1900); 'The Direct Determination of Stress in an Elastic Solid' (Math Soc Proc, Lond , xxxi); 'The Uniform Torsion and Flexure of Incomplete Tores' (ibid, xxxi); two further papers on Distribution of Stress, in the same volume, and three additional papers on Distribution of Stress (Math Soc Proc, Lond, xxxii).
ProposersJ Larmor; A R Forsyth; J W L Glaisher; J J Thomson; R T Glazebrook; E J Routh; A E H Love; A G Greenhill; H Lamb; E W Hobson; K Pearson; M J M Hill; W Burnside; George Gabriel Stokes
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Michell, John Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1343Michell; John Henry (1863 - 1940)1863 - 1940
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