Zhukovsky, Nikolay E.( Professor of Moscow University and the Imperial Technical School)
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Biography Zhukovsky, Nikolay E.
Born in 1847, Mr.. He was educated in the 5th Moscow gymnasium and later received his higher education at Moscow University. He graduated from the course in 1868. the degree of candidate of mathematical category, entered the Imperial Technical School, which was sent abroad. In 1876, Mr.. Zhukovsky defended master's degree in applied mathematics dissertation "Kinematics of fluid body", published in the VIII t. "Matematicheskii Sbornik", published by the Moscow Mathematical Society. Even now, this first work of its vastness, completeness and independence is a valuable contribution to the hydrodynamics. Then Zhukovsky wrote several articles on the various divisions of mechanics. In late 1879. at the VI congress of scientists in St. Petersburg, Zhukovsky said the results of his study "On the strength of the movement, and in 1882, Mr.. scientists published in the Notes of the Moscow University of interest complete treatise on the strength of the movement, this essay he defended in the same year as the dissertation for a doctorate in applied mathematics. Before 1886. Zhukovsky was a professor at the Imperial Technical School, and only in this (1886) was approved by a university professor. From the works of Zhukovsky call the following: "The Kinematics of fluid body", "The case of motion of the liquid area of inertia" ( "Mathematical Sbornik" t. VIII); "Sur la percussion des corps" and "Sur un cas particulier de mouvement d'un point materiel" (in Liouville's Journal, 3 Serie, t. IV); "On the greatest impact," "Relationship between questions on the motion of material point and the equilibrium of a flexible string (" Matematicheskii Sbornik ", t. IX, . 1878), "On the motion of a point under the pull of one and two points" ( "Notes of the Imperial Moscow Society estestestvoispytateley Nature, . 1881), . "On the reaction of flowing and flowing fluid" ( "Russian Journal of Physical and Chemical Society" T, . XIV, . 1882), "On the strength of the movement" ( "University Izvestia, . 1882), "The effect of vibration on the tripod while swinging pendulum" ( "Notes of the Moscow Society of Nature, . 1882), "On characteristic functions of Jacobi and Hamilton" (1882), "Application of the theory of acceleration of higherorder centers to steering mechanism Chebyshev" ( "Russian Journal of Physical and Chemical Society ', . t, . XV, 1883), "A simplified exposition of Gaussian method for determining planetary orbits" ( "Matematicheskii Sbornik", t. XI, . 1883), "On the impact of two balls, . one of which is floating in fluid and on the graphical solution of the basic equation for calculating planetary orbits "(" Notes "Novorossiysk Society of Naturalists)," A geometric explanation of some aspects of the theory of partial differential equations, "" About the beginning of least action "(" Mathematical Collection T, . IX, 1879); "Sur une demonstration nouvelle du theoreme de Lambert" ( "Notes of the Moscow Society of Naturalists, 1884)," Derivation of basic formulas of elasticity theory "(" Mathematical Sbornik ", t. XI); "On impact of rigid bodies" (two articles in the Journal of Russian PhysicoChemical Society, . 1884, . XVI and 1885, . XVII); "On the motion of a rigid body, . having cavities, . filled with a homogeneous liquid drops "(" Russian Journal of Physical and Chemical Society, . 1885, . t, . XVII); "On the reaction of flowing and flowing fluid" (2 article, "Matematicheskii Sbornik", t. XII, 1885), "On the hydrodynamic theory of friction welloiled bodies" ( "Russian Journal of Physical and Chemical Society, 1886, t. XVIII); "Solution of a problem in hydrostatics" ( "Bull. d. I. Sov. Imper. des naturalistes de Moscou ", . 1886), "On the motion of a viscous fluid, . confined between two rotating eccentric cylindrical surfaces "(" Communications of the Kharkov Mathematical Society ", . 1887), "Theoretical study on the movement of groundwater" ( "Russian Journal of Physical and Chemical Society ', . 1889, . t, . XXI); "The effect of pressure on water saturated sands" ( "Proceedings of the Physical Sciences Division of the Society of Naturalists, t. III, 1890), "On the shape of ships" ( "Proceedings of the Physical Sciences Division of the Society of Naturalists, t. III); "On artillery shells Chapelle" (ibid.); "Ueber den Mittelwerth des kinetischen Potentials" ( "Notes of Mathematical Society of Novorossiysk University, t. VIII); "Theory of flying" ( "Russian Journal of Physical and Chemical Society ', t. XXII, 1890), "Determination of the strength function for the family of trajectories" ( "Proceedings of the Physical Sciences Division of the Society of Naturalists, t. III); "Modify Kirgoffa method for determining the fluid motion in two dimensions at a constant speed, given the current lines on the unknown" ( "Mathematical Sbornik", t. XV, 1890), "The paradox of Dubois and device for determining the viscosity of oil" ( "Proceedings of the Physical Sciences Division of the Society of Naturalists, t. IV); "On the soaring birds" (ibid.); "Sur un appareil nouveau pour ls determination des moments de l'inertie des corps"; "Determination of fluid motion under some conditions, this line current (" Russian Journal Physical and Chemical Society "T. XXIII); "Conditions for the finiteness of integrals of an equation" ( "Matematicheskii Sbornik", t. XVI); "rhumb pendulum Hess" ( "Proceedings of the Physical Sciences Division of the Society of Naturalists, t. V); "On gyroscopic ball D.K. Bobylev "(ibid., t. VI). To this must still attach lectures on hydrodynamics, printed in the "University Izvestia for 1886, and works of biographical. As seen from this list, . work of Professor Zhukovsky quite numerous and very varied, and he took an active part in the development of all issues of mechanics, . arisen in the past 15 years, especially the remarkable work on fluid mechanics, . The writing is on motion of a rigid body having a cavity filled with a homogeneous liquid drops "crowned Prize Professor Brashman. "Modification of the Kirchhoff method" has a special significance  it solved a great many questions about the pressure of the flowing liquid on the walls of various types.
