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In he was coauthor of another text, ElectromagneticFields and Energy, which includes a set of videotapes of lecture demonstrations. He was one of the founders of the MIT Faculty Newsletter and often spoke out if he felt that insufficient attention was paid to matters of principle and integrity.
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Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. It had the secondary benefit of attracting dontinuum his laboratory kindred-spirited students who had similar values, resulting in a bicycle as the laboratory symbol on their sweatshirts.
One cannot know Jim Melcher without mentioning his com- muting nine miles each way by bicycle from Lexington to MIT every working day of the year, rain or snow. Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. Loofbourrow — Gerald T.
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Unlike many academ- ics, Jim tried to understand the real-life problems of the inclus- trial world and he taught his students to do the same. He elecrromechanics a criticaljudge of the quality of his students’ work, but he did not spare effort and concern in helping his students reach the high standards that he set for himself and them.
Login or Register to save! Fetters 30—33 Continuuk C. Advanced search Search history. He deeply affected his students’ lives, careers, and values. From 25 December to 1 Januarythe Library’s Reading Rooms will me,cher closed and no collection requests will be filled. The paper discussed such topics as the need for a national energy policy and examined the role of the U.
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Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. Professor Melcher was a leader in its application in a variety of ways, including air-pollution control, energy conversion, plasma phys- ics, the measurement of fluid flows, the control of the thickness of sheet glass, the generation of electricity by means of the flow of fluids in electric anti magnetic fields, electric power appara- tus, and physiology.
Can I get a copy? Jim was an activist trying to make MIT a electromechajics in addressing national problems, and he educates! McCarthy — James R. Waggoner — Aubrey J. He lived a life of purpose and scope and faced his painful illness with courage. Jim Melcher profoundly affected the careers of his colleagues and students. National Library of Australia.
In Professor Melcher was one offour university research- ers who made public at a Washington, D. See what’s been added to the collection in the current 1 2 3 4 5 6 weeks months years.
He experimented with all kinds of means to make a bike navigable in snow and on ice. Heinemann 62—65 Frederic A.