Karl Weissenberg - The 80th Birthday Celebration Essays
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List of Contributors

 

 

Professor M. J. Buerger,

Department of Earth and Planetary Science,

Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

Cambridge, Massachusetts,

U.S.A.

 

Professor A. L. Copley,

Laboratory of Biorheology,

Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology,

New York Medical College,

N.Y.,

U.S.A.

 

Professor Dr. H. Giesekus,

Universitat Dortmund,

46 Dortmund-Hombruch,

Postfach 500,

W. Germany.

 

Dr. P. U. A. Grossman,

Division of Building Research,

Graham Rd.,

Highett, Vic 3190,

Australia.

 

Mr. R. King,

Laboratory of Biorheology,

Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology,

New York Medical College,

N.Y.,

U.S.A.

 

Professor H. Lipson, F.R.S.,

Physics Dept.,

UMIST. P.O. Box 88,

Manchester, M60 LQD.

U.K.

 

Professor A. S. Lodge,

Mathematical Research Centre,

Madison, Wisconsin 53706,

U.S.A.

 

Mr. A. Ya. Malkin,

USSR 117071 Moscow B-71,

Leninskii Prospect 29,

Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis of the USSR Academy of Sciences,

USSR.

 

Professor A. Mark,

The Polytechnic Institute,

Brooklyn,

U.S.A.

 

Professor H. Markovitz,

Centre for Special Studies,

Mellon Institute of Science,

Carnegie-Mellon University,

Pittsburgh, Pa 15213,

U.S.A.

 

Professor W. Philippoff,

Newark College of Engineering,

Department of Chemical Engineering,

Newark, New Jersey,

U.S.A.

 

Mr. J. Roberts,

Defence Research and Development Staff,

British Defence Staff,

British Embassy,

Washington, D.C.,

U.S.A.

 

Dr. R. J. Russell,

British Petroleum Research Centre,

Chertsey Rd.,

Sunbury-on-Thames,

Middlesex,

U.K.

 

Dr. G. W. Scott-Blair,

Grist Cottage,

Iffley, Oxford,

U.K.

 

Professor G. V. Vinogradov,

USSR 117071 Moscow B-71,

Leninskii Prospect 29,

Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis of the USSR Academy of Sciences,

USSR.

 

 


Contents

Preface  /  Acknowledgements  /  Biographical Notes

Weissenberg’s Influence on Crystallography

Karl Weissenberg and the Development of X-Ray Crystallography

The Isolation of, and the Initial Measurements of the Weissenberg Effect

        The Role of Similitude in Continuum Mechanics

The Effect of Molecular Weight and Concentration of Polymers in Solutions on the Normal Stress Coefficient

        Elasticity in Incompressible Liquids

The Physical Meaning of Weissenberg's Hypothesis with Regard to the Second Normal-Stress Difference

        A Study of Weissenberg's Holistic Approach to Biorheology

The Weissenberg Rheogoniometer Adapted for Biorheological Studies

        Dr. Karl Weissenberg, 1922-28

Weissenberg’s Contributions to Rheology

The Early Development of the Rheogoniometer

        Some of Weissenberg's More Important Contributions to Rheology: An Appreciation

        Publications of Karl Weissenberg and Collaborators  /  List of Contributors

Index

 

 

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