By C. R. Calladine (auth.), H. R. Drew, S. Pellegrino (eds.)
This Festschrift marks the retirement of Professor Chris Calladine, FRS after forty two years at the instructing employees of the dep. of Engineering, collage of Cambridge. It features a sequence of papers contributed via his former scholars, colleagues, and associates. Chris Calladine's learn has ranged very extensively around the box of struc tural mechanics, with a specific specialise in the plastic deformation of solids and buildings, and the behaviour of thin-shell constructions. His insightful books on Engineering Plasticity and conception of Shell buildings were favored by way of many generations of scholars at Cambridge and somewhere else. His clinical contri bution outdoors engineering, in molecular buildings, is not less than as major, and he's detailed between engineers in having co-authored a publication on DNA. additionally, he has been keenly drawn to the study of many scholars and associates, and on many events his speedy clutch and actual perception have helped a pupil, and infrequently a colleague, locate the nub of the matter with out pointless attempt. some of the papers contained during this quantity gratefully recognize this beneficiant contribution. We thank Professor G. M. l. Gladwell for analyzing via the entire contri butions, Mrs R. Baxter and Mrs o. Constantinides for assist in getting ready this quantity, Godfrey Argent Studio for permission to breed Calladine's por trait for the Royal Society, and Dr A. Schouwenburg -from Kluwer- for his suggestions. Horace R. Drew Sergio Pellegrino ix CHRIS CALLADINE a few ideas ON learn c. R.
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