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Theory of Elasticity and Thermal Stresses

Explanations, Problems and Solutions

Eslami, M.R., Hetnarski, R.B., Ignaczak, J., Noda, N., Sumi, N., Tanigawa, Y.

2013, XVI, 789 p. 104 illus.

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JOZEF IGNACZAK - A SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Jozef Ignaczak
Professor Ignaczak received a Master of Science Degree in mathematics at Warsaw University in 1957; a Doctor of Science Degree in mechanics at the Polish Academy of Sciences in 1960; and a Habilitated Docent Degree in mechanics at the Polish Academy of Sciences in 1963. From 1957 to 1964 he worked as an assistant, senior assistant, and an adjunct at the Polish Academy of Sciences. In 1964 he served as an assistant professor, an associate professor in 1972, and since 1983 a professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences.In addition to the professional positions that he held in Poland, professor Ignaczak was a research associate at Brown University in USA from 1961 to 1962, a senior lecturer at Monash University in Australia from 1965 to 1969, a reader at Ibadan University in Nigeria, Africa, from 1974 to 1975, a visiting research professor at Naples University in Italy in 1985 and 1986, a visiting research fellow at Flinders University of South Australia in 1990; and a visiting research professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology in USA in 1992, 1993, 1994/95, and 1998.
Before retiring from the Polish Academy of Sciences in 2005 he was also a member of the American Mathematical Society, the Planetary Society, Acoustical Society of America, New York Academy of Sciences, and a consulting editor of the Contemporary Who’s Who published by the American Biographical Institute.
He has been a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Thermal Stresses since 1978. Also active in his community, Professor Ignaczak has supervised eight postgraduates for Ph.D. degrees.
The major part of Professor Ignaczak scientific effort has been directed to the development of linear elastodynamics and dynamic coupled classical and non-classical thermoelasticity. This work includes 3 books and over 100 research papers published between 1957 and 2010. Among his most important papers are: “A completeness problem for stress equations of motion in the linear elasticity”, without which pure stress variational principles of elastodynamics would have not been formulated, “ Rayleigh waves in a nonhomogeneous isotropic elastic semi-space, “ Domain of influence theorem in thermoelasticity with one relaxation time”( coauthors B. Carbonaro and R. Russo), “A tensorial classification of elastic waves” ( coauthor C.R.A. Rao ), and “ Soliton-like waves in a low-temperature nonlinear rigid heat conductor” (coauthor R.B. Hetnarski). His 800 page book on “Mathematical Theory of Elasticity – Second Edition “ (coauthor R.B. Hetnarski) published by CRC Press in 2011, and over 400 page book on “ Thermoelasticity with Finite Wave Speeds “ ( coauthor Martin Ostoja – Starzewski ) published by Oxford University Press in 2010, also deserve to be mentioned.
In honor of his outstanding work and achievements in his field, Professor Ignaczak was awarded the Golden Cross of Merit from the Polish State Council in 1974, and Polonia Restituta Cross (KKOOP) from the Polish State Council in 1983. Also, he was awarded the Twentieth Century Achievement Award, Presidential Seal of Honor, and Platinum Record for Exceptional Performance from the American Biographical Institute (ABI) in 1996; Honorary Achievement Award from the USA Symposium TS1997 on thermal stresses in 1997,
2000- Millennium Medal of Honor from ABI in 1998; and a 50 year Anniversary Medal from the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in 2002. A special symposium to honor the 70th Birthday of Professor Jozef Ignaczak was arranged during the 7th International Congress on Thermal Stresses at Taipei in 2007.
Also, he served as a member of the International Committee for Thermal Stress Symposia in Hamamatsu (1995), Rochester (1997), Osaka (2001), Blacksburg (2003), Vienna (2005), Urbana – Champaign (2009), and Nanjing (2013).
DATE: July 10 2013

Richard B. Hetnarski 

Richard B. Hetnarski

Richard B. Hetnarski
Dr. Richard B. Hetnarski, P. E., is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology. He received an M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering at Gdańsk University of Technology in 1952; an M.S. degree in Mathematics at the University of Warsaw in 1960; and a degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw in 1964. In the year 1964-1965, he held post-doctorate fellowships at Columbia University in New York and at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. In Poland, he worked in the industry, including the Institute of Aviation in Warsaw (1955-1959), and also at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1959-1969).
In 1969, Dr. Hetnarski and his family emigrated from Poland to the United States, and he became Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, for the year 1969-1970. From 1970 until 1998, he held positions in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology, first as New York State Science and Technology Foundation Distinguished Visiting Professor (1970-1971), then as Professor (1971-1992), and finally as James E. Gleason Professor (1992-1998). Since 1998, he has been Professor Emeritus.
In 1979, Dr. Hetnarski held a faculty fellowship at the NASA Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Subsequently, he became a NASA employee as an aeronautical engineer, and worked at NASA until the end of January 1980. Later, he spent five months as Visiting Professor at the University of Paderborn in Germany.
Dr. Hetnarski is the founder and president of the International Congresses on Thermal Stresses (ICTS). These Congresses are held every two years consecutively on three continents. The most recent one, the 10th Congress, was held in Nanjing, China, in 2013.
Dr. Hetnarski has been active in research, publishing, translating, and editing. He is the author of many papers on Mechanics and Mathematics. In 1978, he founded the Journal of Thermal Stresses, and he has been its Editor-in-Chief ever since. He served for thirteen years (1988-2001) as an Associate Editor of Applied Mechanics Reviews. He is an author of four graduate-level textbooks:
1. Thermal Stresses, by N. Noda, R. B. Hetnarski, and Y. Tanigawa, XIV + 493 pages, 2nd edition, Taylor & Francis, 2003;
2. The Mathematical Theory of Elasticity, by R. B. Hetnarski and J. Ignaczak, XXXVI + 800 pages, 2nd edition, CRC Press, 2010;
3. Thermal Stresses - Advanced Theory and Applications, by R. B. Hetnarski and M. R. Eslami, XXXII + 559 pages, Springer, 2009;
4. Theory of Elasticity and Thermal Stresses – Explanations, Problems and Solutions, by M. R. Eslami, R. B. Hetnarski, J. Ignaczak, N. Noda, N. Sumi, and Y. Tanigawa, XVI + 789 pages, Springer, 2013.
Dr. Hetnarski was Editor of the Encyclopedia of Thermal Stresses, a 7-volume, approx. 7000 pages, Springer, 2013.
Also, he was Editor of the five-volume Thermal Stresses handbook which was published by Elsevier in Amsterdam and by Lastran Corp. in Rochester in the years 1986-1999.
Dr. Hetnarski translated three books from Russian, from German, and from English into Polish, and one (with M. Piterman) from Russian into English. He edited seven books on Mechanics.
During his tenure at Rochester Institute of Technology, Dr. Hetnarski served as a consultant to the U.S. Air Force at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, and to a number of industrial companies in the Rochester area; he also served as an expert witness in numerous legal product liability cases in the New York State.

NAOTAKE NODA - A SHORT BIOGRAPHY 

NAOTAKE NODA - A SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Naotake Noda
Dr. Naotake Noda, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Shizuoka University. He received an M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering at Tokushima University in 1969; and a degree of Doctor of Engineering at the Nagoya University in 1975.
From 1969 to 1970 he worked as a research associate at Tokushima University. From 1970 until 2010 he held positions in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Shizuoka University as Research Associate (1970-1975), Associate Professor (1975-1985) and Professor (1985-2010). He worked as dean of graduate school of Science and Engineering at Shizuoka University from 1996 to 1998 and dean of Faculty of Engineering at Shizuoka University from 1998 to 2001 . He also served as an adviser of President at Shizuoka University from 2006 to 2009. He was a visiting research professor at Rochester Institute of Technology in 1995.
Dr. Noda has been a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Thermal Stresses, and the Acta Mechanica. He organized the first International Congresses on Thermal Stresses (ICTS) at Hamamatsu with Professor Hetnarski, and has served as an International Committee member of ICTS. The major part of Professor Noda scientific effort has been directed to the development of linear thermoelasticity. In honor of his outstanding work and achievements in his field, Dr. Noda was awarded two Achievement Awards from Materials & Mechanics Division in The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers in 2002 and 2010, and Honorary Achievement Award from the USA Symposium TS1997 on thermal stresses in 1997. A special symposium of Professor Naotake Noda was arranged during the 9th International Congress on Thermal Stresses at Budapest in 2011.
His work includes three graduate-level textbooks, eight undergraduate-level textbooks and over 300 research papers in the field of Thermal Stresses:
1. Thermal Stresses, by Y. Takeuti, and N. Noda, 434 pages, 2nd edition, Nitsushin, 1989.
2. Thermal Stresses, by N. Noda, R. B. Hetnarski, and Y. Tanigawa, XIV + 493 pages, 2nd edition, Taylor & Francis, 2003;
3. Theory of Elasticity and Thermal Stresses – Explanations, Problems and Solutions, by M. R. Eslami, R. B. Hetnarski, J. Ignaczak, N. Noda, N. Sumi, and Y. Tanigawa, XVI + 789 pages, Springer, 2013.
Dr. Noda was Section Editor of the Encyclopedia of Thermal Stresses, a 7-volume, approx. 7000 pages, Springer, 2013.

Dr. M.R. Eslami  

Dr. M.R. Eslami

M. R. Eslami, Autor
Dr. M.R. Eslami is professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Amirk-abir University of Technology (AUT). He earned his BSc degree in mechanical engineering from Tehran Polytechnic (now called Amirkabir Univ. of Tech.), his MSc degree from the Mechanical Engineering Department of Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge (USA) in 1970, and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from LSU in 1973. He then became Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering Departmen at Amirkabir University of Technology in 1973, Associate Professor in 1977, and Full Professor in 1989 in the same university. He was a visiting Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department at LSU in 1977, and worked in LSU-NASA Space Shuttle team project in Manned Space-craft Center in Houston from 1970 to 1973. While teaching at AUT, he was extensively engaged in gas and oil projects with the industry. Dr. Eslami was a member of ASME and AIAA since 1974, where in 1997 he became Associate Fellow of AIAA and in 2001 a Fellow of ASME. He is a Fellow of Iran Academy of Sciences, the recipient of the UNESCO EINSTEIN Medal For Basic Sciences in 2008, and Honorable Doctor, Odlar Yurdu University, Azerbaijan, Sept. 22, 2011. He was selected as Distinguished Professor by AUT in1991, 1997, 2002, and National Distinguished Professor by the ISME in 1996. Also, he received the ASME-ESDA Award Plaques in 1994,1996, 1998, and 2000. The recognition of Nationally Distinguished Researcher (2002) and Nationally Distinguished Professor (2003) was awarded to him by the Ministry of Higher Education. He was honored as the Eternity Figure by the IRIB in 2003. His name appeared in the MARQUIS Who's who; Who's who in Engineering and Science in 1992 and Who's who in the World in 1998.
Dr. Eslami is the Editor-in-Chief, Transactions of Iranian Society of Mech. Eng. (ISME) a member in the Board of Editor, Journal of Thermal Stresses. In addition, he is among the Editorial board of a number of other national and international journals and a reviewer of over 25 dierent Journals, such as ASME, AIAA, IJMS, IJSS, ZAMM, Nature, Acta Mecanica, Composite St., IMechE. Trans., Comp. Part B., and etc.
He established the graduate program in ME Dept. of AUT in the fall of 1973 and taught some 10 undergraduate and 11 graduate courses and 4 Professional courses (ASME PVP and Piping Codes) during his last 40 years of teaching. He has published over 440 papers, Editor and Co-Editor of 4 ASME-ESDA Conference proceedings (1994, 1996), and a number of graduate books:
1 - Author: A First Course in Finite Element Analysis, (in English), Amirkabir University Press, 2003.
2 - Co-Author with Professor R. B. Hetnarski, Thermal Stresses; Advanced Theory and Applications, Springer, 2009.
3 - Author, Thermo-Mechanical Buckling of Composite Plates and Shells, Amirk-abir University Press, 2010.
4 - Co-Author: Theory of Elasticity and Thermal Stresses, Problems and Solu-tions, Springer, 2013.
5 - Section Editor, Encyclopedia of Thermal Stresses, Springer, 2013.
6 - Author: Finite Element Methods in Mechanics, Proposal accepted by the Springer.
7 - Co-Author with Professor J.N. Reddy, Texas A & M University, Texas, Thermo-mechanical Stability of Functionally Graded Structures, In preparation.

Dr. Naobumi Sumi 

Dr. Naobumi Sumi

Naobumi Sumi
Theory of Elasticity and Thermal Stresses – Explanations, Problems and Solutions, by M. R. Eslami, R. B. Hetnarski, J. Ignaczak, N. Noda, N. Sumi, and Y. Tanigawa, XVI + 789 pages, Springer, 2013.
Dr. Naobumi Sumi, is a Professor Emeritus in the Faculty of Education at Shizuoka University Japan. He received a Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Tokushima University in 1969; and a Doctor of Engineering Degree at the University of Osaka Prefecture in 1972.
From 1972 until 2010 he held positions in the Faculty of Education at Shizuoka University as an Associate Professor (1972-1984) and a Professor (1984-2010). In the year 1984 -1985, he was a visiting research professor at Rochester Institute of Technology and worked with Professor Richard B Hetnarski. He also served as a principal of the Hamamatsu Junior-High School associated with Shizuoka University (2005-2008).
He has been a member of the International Congresses on Thermal Stresses (ICTS). The major part of Professor Sumi scientific effort has been directed to the development of linear thermoelasticity and dynamic coupled classical and non-classical thermoelasticity. His work includes a graduate-level textbook and over 100 research papers in the field of Thermal Stresses:
1. Theory of Elasticity and Thermal Stresses – Explanations, Problems and Solutions, by M. R. Eslami, R. B. Hetnarski, J. Ignaczak, N. Noda, N. Sumi, and Y. Tanigawa, XVI + 789 pages, Springer, 2013.

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