1973 - Timoshenko Medal, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
1964 - Theodore von Karman Medal
1962 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1958 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
In the subject of general Calculus (dental), his work in Dentistry is often linked to Applied mathematics and Mathematical economics, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Much of his study explores Dentistry relationship to Calculus (dental). Other disciplines of study, such as Anisotropy and Mechanics, are mixed together with his Optics studies. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Anisotropy and Composite material in his work. Composite material is closely attributed to Shear (geology) in his research. He combines Mechanics and Optics in his studies. Eric Reissner regularly ties together related areas like Finite element method in his Structural engineering studies. As part of his studies on Finite element method, Eric Reissner frequently links adjacent subjects like Structural engineering. His work blends Geometry and Mathematical analysis studies together.
Eric Reissner connects relevant research areas such as Shear (geology), Shell (structure) and Bending in the realm of Composite material. His studies link Composite material with Shear (geology). His research on Thermodynamics often connects related areas such as Finite element method and Bending. He combines topics linked to Structural engineering with his work on Finite element method. His Structural engineering study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Transverse plane. His Mechanics research includes elements of Geometry and Classical mechanics. Eric Reissner incorporates Geometry and Mechanics in his research. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Classical mechanics and Thermodynamics. His research ties Boundary value problem and Mathematical analysis together.
His Optics investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Anisotropy and Mechanics. While working in this field, Eric Reissner studies both Anisotropy and Optics. In his works, Eric Reissner conducts interdisciplinary research on Mechanics and Classical mechanics. His studies link Deflection (physics) with Classical mechanics. Many of his studies on Structural engineering involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Transverse plane. Transverse plane connects with themes related to Structural engineering in his study. Order (exchange) is closely attributed to Finance in his study. Many of his studies on Finance apply to Order (exchange) as well. His work blends Bending and Bending of plates studies together.
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The effect of transverse shear deformation on the bending of elastic plates
Eric Reissner;Eric Reissner.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1945)
The Stresses in Cemented Joints
M. Goland;E. Reissner;E. Reissner.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1944)
On a Variational Theorem in Elasticity
Journal of Mathematics and Physics (1950)
ON THE THEORY OF BENDING OF ELASTIC PLATES
Journal of Mathematics and Physics (1944)
ON ONE-DIMENSIONAL FINITE-STRAIN BEAM THEORY: THE PLANE PROBLEM
Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Physik (1972)
Bending and Stretching of Certain Types of Heterogeneous Aeolotropic Elastic Plates
E. Reissner;Y. Stavsky.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1961)
On bending of elastic plates
Quarterly of Applied Mathematics (1947)
On transverse bending of plates, including the effect of transverse shear deformation☆
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1975)
Reflections on the Theory of Elastic Plates
Applied Mechanics Reviews (1985)
On One-Dimensional Large-Displacement Finite-Strain Beam Theory
Studies in Applied Mathematics (1973)
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