| William Thomson Baron Kelvin - Mathematics - 1890 - 564 pages
...footnotes on §§ 516 and 517, and end of postscript to § 517. t See Green's Math. Paper*, p. 107. **on the application of mathematical analysis, to the theories of electricity and magnetism.** Contrast this with the circumstances when we have 'jelly' instead of ' ether '. There being no distortion... | |
| William Thomson Baron Kelvin - Mathematics - 1890 - 580 pages
...and end of postscript to § 517. t See Green's M,ith. I'upen, p. 107. UUAL, BJUMUSBJ&NTA.T1UM OF Ml **on the application of mathematical analysis, to the theories of electricity and magnetism.** Contrast this with the circumstances when we have 'jelly' instead of ' ether '. There being no distortion... | |
| William Thomson Baron Kelvin - Mathematics - 1890 - 546 pages
...See Electrostatics and Marj-netism, footnotes on §§ 516 and 517, and end of postscript to § 517. **on the application of mathematical analysis, to the theories of electricity and magnetism.** Contrast this with the circumstances when we have f jelly' instead of ( ether '. There being no distortion... | |
| American Mathematical Society - Mathematics - 1896 - 420 pages
..."An attempt of this kind was made by Green, as early as in 1832, in his 'Mathematical investigations **concerning the laws of equilibrium of fluids analogous to the electric fluid** ' (Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Sociely, 1833, reprinted in G. GREEN, Mathematical Papers,... | |
| J. L. Doob - Mathematics - 1984 - 898 pages
...Anziehungs- und Abstossungs-Krafte. Gauss Werke 5, pp. 197-242, 1840, Gottingen, 1867. George Green: [1] **An essay on the application of mathematical analysis to the theories of** 822 Bibliography electricity and magnetism. Nottingham 1828. Math. Papers. London, Macmillan, 1871,... | |
| T. W. Körner - Mathematics - 1989 - 610 pages
...papers and, most important of all, obtained from his coach, a day before he left, two copies of Green's **Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and** Maanetism. Thomson's father had by now conceived the ambition of seeing his son elected to a chair... | |
| Crosbie Smith, M. Norton Wise - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 906 pages
...Fourier's compares with Poisson's. The analogy is not coincidental. In 1828 Green had published privately **An essay on the application of mathematical analysis to the theories of electricity and magnetism,** a work that would be of great importance to William Thomson. Acknowledging Fourier in his preface,... | |
| Crosbie Smith, M. Norton Wise - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 906 pages
...Fourier's compares with Poisson's. The analogy is not coincidental. In 1 828 Green had published privately **An essay on the application of mathematical analysis to the theories of electricity and magnetism,** a work that would be of great importance to William Thomson. Acknowledging Fourier in his preface,... | |
| George Gabriel Stokes, William Thomson - Biography & Autobiography - 1990 - 412 pages
...during his sojourn in Paris in 1845. Indeed, Kelvin gave to Liouville one of the two copies of Green's **An Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis...Theories of Electricity and Magnetism (Nottingham, 1828),** which Hopkins had given to him just before he left for Paris. Liouville founded his Journal de mathématiques... | |
| Michiel Hazewinkel - Mathematics - 1988 - 538 pages
...Green formulas in the theory of boundary value problems see also [4] - [9]. References [1] GREEN, G.: **An essay on the application of mathematical analysis...theories of electricity and magnetism, Nottingham, 1828.** Reprint: Mathematical papers, Chelsea, reprint, 1970, pp. 1-82. [2] MAXWELL, J.: Selected works on... | |
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