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NOUN | theoretical mechanics | - |

- theoretical mechanics
`[treated as sg.]` - теоретическая механика
`{ж}`физ. - theoretical psychology
- теоретическая психология
`{ж}`наукапсих. - Advertisement
- theoretical chemistry
- теоретическая химия
`{ж}`наукахим. - classical mechanics
`[treated as sg.]` - классическая механика
`{ж}`физ. - Newtonian mechanics
`[treated as sg.]` - ньютонова механика
`{ж}`физ.

Usage Examples English

- In 1915, he became lector in
**theoretical mechanics**and mathematical physics at the same university and in 1920 he was promoted to professor of mathematical physics. - There are results in
**theoretical mechanics**and in the promising area of extracting moisture from the air mentioned in "New Scientist". - Professor of the Moscow State University, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Department of
**Theoretical Mechanics**and Mecatronics. - Parallel to his main work in the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, he was appointed in 1962 a chair of
**Theoretical Mechanics**at the Department of Mathematics and Mechanics at the Moscow State University and performed both functions until his last days. - After teaching and working in Switzerland and Germany between 1917 and 1925, he was appointed to the Chair of
**Theoretical Mechanics**in München.

- The journal publishes articles in all areas of mathematics such as pure and applied mathematics, mathematical physics,
**theoretical mechanics**, probability and mathematical statistics, and theoretical biology. - During nearly four decades Đokić taught
**Theoretical mechanics**and Classical physics to numerous generations of students. - He then spent one year at Columbia University in New York, to strengthen his background in
**Theoretical Mechanics**, Theory of Elasticity and Theory of Plasticity. - In 1936–1937 Beck was head of the department of
**theoretical mechanics**at the Institute of Water Transport Engineers in Odessa. - Bunyakovsky was a mathematician, noted for his work in
**theoretical mechanics**and number theory (see: Bunyakovsky conjecture), and is credited with an early discovery of the Cauchy–Schwarz inequality, proving it for the infinite dimensional case as well as for definite integrals of real-valued functions in 1859, many years prior to Hermann Schwarz's works on the subject.

- Rauschenbach chaired
**Theoretical Mechanics**department in MFTI since 1978. - During 1893–1905 he also taught
**theoretical mechanics**in the Kharkov Polytechnical Institute (now known as Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute). - He was head of the
**Theoretical Mechanics**Section at the laboratory and one of the country's principal authorities on elasticity and fluid dynamics. - In 1900, Terzaghi entered the Technical University in Graz to study mechanical engineering, where he also developed an interest in
**theoretical mechanics**. - She was later head of the department of
**theoretical mechanics**at the University of Novosibirsk and director of the department of applied hydrodynamics at the Hydrodynamics Institute.

- He was at the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute directing the department of
**Theoretical Mechanics**until 1924, when he moved to Moscow and took up teaching at Bauman Technical University. - From 1997 to 1999 he was a Senior Researcher at the Department of
**Theoretical Mechanics**, doctoral student Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering.

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