Distinguished Figures in Mechanism and Machine Science: by Lotfi Romdhane, Saïd Zeghloul (auth.), Marco Ceccarelli

By Lotfi Romdhane, Saïd Zeghloul (auth.), Marco Ceccarelli (eds.)

This is the second one quantity in a sequence of edited books whose target is to assemble contributed papers dedicated to descriptions of the lifestyles and paintings of recognized people in MMS (Mechanism and computing device Science).

Papers illustrate personalities by way of spotting the folk in addition to their clinical actions, by means of having a look quite often at technical advancements within the old evolution of the fields that this present day are grouped in MMS. hence, the emphasis is on biographical notes describing the efforts and stories of people that have contributed to the technical achievements on the center of every contributed paper. The papers during this moment quantity back conceal a variety in the box of the historical past of Mechanical Engineering with particular concentrate on MMS and should be of curiosity and motivation to the paintings (historical or no longer) of many.

Indexed within the booklet quotation Index– technology (BKCI-S)

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V. V. , 1974–1975. Chicago, Marquis who’s who, p 45 Artoholevski II (1962) Dictionary encyclopedic Коsht, vol. 1. Ed. politica, Bucuresti, pp 207–208 Bessonov AP (1979) Ivan Ivanovich Artobolevski. Znanie, Moscow Bogoljubov AN (1975) Soviet school of machine mechanics. Nauka, Moscow Ceccarelli M (2004) Classifications of mechanisms over time. Proceedings of International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms, HMM2004. N. and etc (1987). Naukova Dumka, Kiev, pp 319–321 Kuzmenko RI, Finashina GN (1975) Ivan Ivanovich Artobolevski, notes to bibliography of USSR scientists, 2nd edn.

Umnov Abstract Ivan Ivanovich Artobolevski devoted his life to the science of machines and to the creation of a theoretical base for the construction of modern and future machines which could improve man’s work and release him from tiresome, monotonous and unhealthy operations. He received enormous respect and authority in his Motherland and great recognition abroad as a talented scientist, organizer and also as a statesman.  1) was born in Moscow on October 9, 1905 to the family of a faith teacher of Moscow Imperial Commercial School.

Couldn’t but influence on the interest of Ivan Ivanovich towards the acquisition of knowledge, the learning of natural science and technology. V. V. O. ru M. V. V. V.  1 Ivan Ivanovich Artobolevski (1905–1977) the Third Moscow Classical Gymnasium. Fortunov, who inculcated in his pupil love for mathematics, he went on to the faculty of mechanical engineering at the Timiriazev Agricultural Academy and successfully graduated from it in 1924. It is interesting that his governess taught the little Ivan French and he advanced so much in his studies that, being a young boy, was able to read French books in their original form.

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