Memorial Tributes: National Academy of Engineering, Volume 2
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Memorial Tributes:
National Academy of Engineering, Volume 2
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Honoring the deceased members and foreign associates of the National Academy of Engineering, this volume is an enduring record of the many contributions of engineering to humankind. This second volume of Memorial Tributes covers the period from January 1979 to April 1984.


Publication Info

318 pages | 6 x 9
ISBN: 978-0-309-03482-1

Table of Contents

skim chapter
Front Matter i-xii
Memorial Tributes 1-1
Turner Alfrey, Jr. 2-5
Benjamin Baumzweiger Bauer 6-9
Samuel Serson Baxter 10-15
Arthur Maynard Bueche 16-21
Stanley W. Burriss 22-27
Henri Gaston Busignies 28-35
Joseph Morton Caldwell 36-39
Arthur Casagrande 40-45
Ven Te Chow 46-51
William Harrison Corcoran 52-57
Kurt H. Debus 58-63
Raymond Louis Dickeman 64-69
Joseph Robert Dietrich 70-75
Donald Wills Douglas 76-81
Charles Franklin Fogarty 82-85
John Chapman Frye 86-89
Edward John Gornowski 90-95
Floyd L. Goss 96-99
Patrick Eugene Haggerty 100-105
Gail Abner Hathaway 106-109
Alfred Hedefine 110-115
Beatrice Hicks 116-119
Solomon Cady Hollister 120-125
Goro Inouye 126-129
John Dove Isaacs III 130-135
Wendell Eugene Johnson 136-139
Thomas Franklin Jones 140-145
Percival Cleveland Keith, Jr. 146-151
Fazlur Rahman Khan 152-157
John Laufer 158-161
Joseph C. Lawler, Jr. 162-165
Donald Percy Ling 166-171
Edwin Albert Link 172-177
William K. Linvill 178-181
Heinrich Mandel 182-185
John William Mauchly 186-191
Warren Lee McCabe 192-197
James Smith McDonnell 198-203
Jack Edward McKee 204-209
Alexander Crawford Monteith 210-215
Nathan Mortimore Newmark 216-221
Daniel Earl Noble 222-227
John Knudsen Northrop 228-231
William Prager 232-235
Perry W. Pratt 236-239
Frederick Denys Richardson 240-245
Hubert Rsch 246-251
Otto H. Schade, Sr. 252-257
Ernest Edwin Sechler 258-261
William Earl Shoupp 262-265
Carl Richard Soderberg 266-271
Frederick Emmons Terman 272-277
Charles Allen Thomas 278-285
Arthur Henry Waynick 286-291
Kenneth T. Whitby 292-295
Warren E. Winsche 296-299
Richard L. Woodward 300-303
James Frederick Young 304-309
Vladimir Kosma Zworykin 310-314
Appendix 315-316
Acknowledgments For The Photographs 317-318
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National Academy of Engineering. Memorial Tributes: National Academy of Engineering, Volume 2. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1984.

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