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Leeas chairman of that study, had numerous discussions with Jim. National Library of Australia. Jump up to the previous page or down to the next one. The paper discussed such topics as the need for a national energy policy and examined the role of the U. Advanced search Search history. Unlike many academ- ics, Jim tried to understand the real-life problems of the inclus- trial world and he taught his students to do the same.

Heinemann 62—65 Frederic A. One of us T. Professor Melcher was noted for work that defined the field of continuum electromechanics and for leading in its engineering and scientific applications to human needs.

James R. Melcher | Memorial Tributes: Volume 6 | The National Academies Press

His book titled ContinuumElectromechanics, a graduate text and encyclopedic research reference, was pub fished electromechahics and remains the definitive text in the field. His wisdom on technical and hu- man matters will be missed by all. Loofbourrow — Gerald T.

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Even during his last days, contniuum was important to him to complete an article entitled “America’s Perestroika” that compared his own personal deteriorating health to the poor health wlectromechanics the country due to the unwillingness of our leaders to honestly define and address the problems of our present way of life.

Geist 40—45 Milton Harris 46—49 Fred L. Melcher — Rank R. He lived a life of purpose and scope and faced his painful illness with courage. Barr 12—17 Gilbert Y. His first book, Field-Coupled Surface Waves, an outgrowth of his doctoral thesis, was published in Details Collect From q Jim was an activist trying to make MIT a leader in addressing national problems, and he educates!

Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. He had two simultaneous objectives in his industrial research: Rocheleau — Louis Harry Roddis, Jr. Melchers Water sorption by e-glass reinforced polyester composites: Sign up for email notifications and we’ll let you know about new publications in your areas of interest when they’re released.

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Hartley 50—55 Richard Hazen 56—61 Edward H. It had the secondary benefit of attracting to his laboratory kindred-spirited students who had similar values, resulting in a bicycle as the laboratory symbol on their sweatshirts. He was a criticaljudge of the quality of his students’ work, but he did not spare effort and concern in helping his students reach the high standards that he set for himself and them.


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He experimented with all kinds of means to make a bike navigable in snow and on ice. Below is the uncorrected machine-read text of this chapter, intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text of each book. Volume 6 Chapter: In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. Klebanoff — Alan G.

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