Symposium East Kilbride, June 25–28, 1968

  • Bruno A. Boley

Part of the IUTAM Symposia book series (IUTAM)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. G. I. Barenblatt, V. M. Entov, R. L. Salganik
    Pages 33-46
  3. G. I. Barenblatt, V. M. Entov, A. E. Segalov
    Pages 47-58
  4. M. J. Crochet, P. M. Naghdi
    Pages 59-86
  5. Alfred M. Freudenthal
    Pages 87-101
  6. F. K. G. Odqvist, N. G. Ohlson
    Pages 188-205
  7. W. Olszak, P. Perzyna
    Pages 206-212
  8. H. Parkus, J. L. Zeman
    Pages 226-240
  9. Shuji Taira, Ryuichi Ohtani
    Pages 297-315

About these proceedings


The proposal for a Symposium on high temperature effects in solids originated in 1964, at which time a pilot committee, headed by Professor F. K. G. ODQVIST, was formed. Upon the recommendation of this com­ mittee, a site for the Symposium and a Scientific Organizing Committee were chosen, and some guidelines delineating the field to be covered were established. The Symposium was held at the National Engineering Laboratory in East Kilbride (Glasgow), Scotland, from June 25 to 28, 1968. The Scientific Organizing Committee was composed of the following mem­ bers: Professor B. A. BOLEY, Chairman (U. S. A.) Professor F. BUCKENS (Belgium) Professor F. K. G. ODQVIST (Sweden) Professor W. OLSZAK (Poland) Professor H. PARKUS (Austria) Dr. D. G. SOPWITH (U. K.) The Local Organizing Committee was subsequently formed; it was direct­ ed by Dr. SOPWTTH with Mr. R. BRODIE as Secretary, and Mr. C. E. PHILLIPS and Dr. J. GLEN as additional members. It deserves ample praise for excellent arrangements and hospitality. In the discussions concerned with the goals of the Symposium, it was decided that its principal aim should be the presentation of a comprehen­ sive view of the behavior of solids and structures at high temperature under any type of inelastic regime. It soon became apparent that this was a very wide field, since it would embrace questions ranging from those of basic thermodynamic to those of engineering analysis and design.


Thermoelastizität Vibration Viskoelastizität design elasticity fracture mechanics material mechanics mechanism metals plasticity stability

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  • Bruno A. Boley
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  1. 1.IthacaUSA

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