Joseph Marin, Biography
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Dr. Joseph Marin was the twelfth president of the SESA. He was well known as an educator, as a practicing engineer, and as a consultant. His research results and his textbooks on materials and on mechanics were widely used by engineers. The following article about Joe Marin was written shortly after his death: Dr. Joseph Marin 1905-1966
Biography of Dr. Joseph Marin, SESA President 1954-1955.
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Laurenzano, Frank Michael; Padden, Thomas Joseph; Roy, Vershall Aaron; Laurenzano, Frank Michael; Padden, Thomas Joseph; Roy, Vershall Aaron (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1948-09);The object of this thesis is to investigate scale and micrometer methods of mechanical analysis; and more important, to develop electrical and optical means applicable to measuring minute deflections of models.
Manning, John Joseph; Eding, L. H.; Manning, John Joseph; Eding, L. H. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1948-06);A Vierendeel Truss is composed of a series of rectangular or trapezoidal panels without diagonal members. It is named for its inventor, Professor Arthur Vierendeel of the University of Louvain in Belgium, 'i'his type ...
Hinchey, John Joseph; Sweek, Robert Forman; Hinchey, John Joseph; Sweek, Robert Forman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948);The purpose of this thesis is to study gas flow in the "Comprex" by application of the analogy between gas flow in pipes and water flow in open channels. It is particularly desirable to determine pressure ratios in the ...