Michell

Scientists. . 2011.

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  • Michell — may refer to: Person Anthony Michell (21 June 1870 17 February 1959), an Australian mechanical engineer Bradley Michell (born 14 January 1991), an Australian professional footballer Charles Collier Michell (29 March 1793 –28 March 1851), a… …   Wikipedia

  • Michell — ist der Name von Abraham Louis Michell (1712–1782), preußischer Gesandter in London und stellvertretender Gouverneur von Neuenburg Frederick Thomas Michell (1788–1873), Admiral der britischen Marine John Michell (1724−1793), englischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Michell — (izg. mìčel), John (1724 1793) DEFINICIJA engleski geolog i astronom, osnivač seizmologije …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Michell — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Michell peut désigner : Anthony Michell (1870 1959) : physicien britannique John Michell (1724 1793) : physicien, astronome et géologue… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Michell — Recorded in many forms including Machel, Matchell, Matsell, Mitchel, Mitchell, Michell and others, this is an surname of English and Scottish origins. Intoruduced into Western Europe by returning knights and pilgrims of the famous Crusades to… …   Surnames reference

  • Michell — /məˈʃɛl/ (say muh shel) noun 1. Anthony George Maldon, 1870–1959, Australian hydraulic engineer. 2. his brother, John Henry, 1863–1940, Australian mathematician; made important contributions to hydrodynamics. 3. Keith, born 1928, Australian actor …   Australian English dictionary

  • Michell Pty Ltd — is a wool processing and tanning company based in Adelaide, South Australia. Founded in 1870 in the Mid North town of Undalya by George Henry Michell, the company moved to the Adelaide suburb of Hindmarsh in 1896 and then again to the current… …   Wikipedia

  • Michell Hotel & Spa — (Алания,Турция) Категория отеля: Адрес: Kestel Mevkii Alanya, 07400 Алания, Тур …   Каталог отелей

  • Michell solution — The Michell solution is a general solution to the elasticity equations in polar coordinates ( ). The solution is such that the stress components are in the form of a Fourier series in . Michell[1] showed that the general solution can be expressed …   Wikipedia

  • MICHELL, John Henry (1863-1940) — mathematician son of John and Grace Michell, was born at Maldon, Victoria, on 26 October 1863. Educated at first at Maldon, he went to Wesley College, Melbourne, in 1877, where he won the Draper and Walter Powell scholarships. In 1881 he began… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

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