Title:Ronald S. Rivlin papers, circa 1940-2005
Creator/Contributor:Rivlin, R. S. (Ronald Samuel), 1915-2005, creator
Creator/Contributor:Truesdell, C. (Clifford), 1919-2000
Creator/Contributor:Lehigh University, Center for the Application of Mathematics.
Contains materials related to Rivlin's scientific research work including two bound volumes of his published articles, notes
on scientific topics, lecture notes, notebooks, correspondence with other scientists and colleagues, book chapters and drafts,
conferences, organizations, etc. Includes a significant amount of correspondence from Rivlin on letterhead stationery of Lehigh
University, Center for the Application of Mathematics. Also includes numerous related published articles by other scientists
and mathematicians, particularly those of C. [Clifford] Truesdell. Also includes a small number of publicity portrait photographs
of Rivlin (b&w and color) and numerous snapshots (b&w) of attendees and events at the 4th International Congress on Rheology
held in Providence, Rhode Island in 1963.
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Rivlin, R. S. (Ronald Samuel) -- 1915-2005 -- Archives
Rivlin, R. S. (Ronald Samuel) -- 1915-2005 -- Correspondence
Rivlin, R. S. (Ronald Samuel) -- 1915-2005 -- Portraits
Lehigh University -- Faculty
Lehigh University. -- Center for the Application of Mathematics.
International Congress on Rheology -- Pictorial works
Applied mathematics -- Study and teaching
Applied mathematics -- Research
Mechanics, Applied -- Study and teaching
Mechanics, Applied -- Research
Elasticity -- Study and teaching
Elasticity -- Research
Rheology -- Study and teaching
Rheology -- Research
Rubber -- Research
Mathematicians -- United States
Physicists -- United States
Mechanical engineers -- United States
College teachers -- Pennsylvania
Ronald S. Rivlin papers, BANC MSS 2011/248, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift; of John Rivlin 20111106.
Ronald Samuel Rivlin (1915-2005) was a British-American physicist, mathematician, rheologist and a noted expert on rubber.
He was one of creators of the modern theory of large elastic deformations and helped found the field of finite elasticity.
In 1985 he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering. In 1953 he took up the post of Professor of Applied Mathematics
at Brown University, moving to Lehigh University in 1967 to become director of the Center for the Application of Mathematics
until his retirement in 1980.
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