Jean Marie Constant Duhamel
Duhamel discovered that you could combine a pencil with a tuning fork in such a way that it reproduced the vibrations of the tuning fork as a wavy line. He did some preliminary work in the field of sound recording .
On December 28, 1840, he was accepted into the Académie des Sciences in Paris. Since 1847 he was a corresponding member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences and since 1859 of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg .
- Cours d'analysis . 2 vol. (1840–42)
- Elements du calcul infinitésimal . 2 vols. (1874)
- Analytical Mechanics Textbook . German ed. by Oskar Schlömilch. - 2. total. reworked Edition d. Eggers'schen Übers., 1st Repr. New York: Johnson, 1968. - Separate count. (Bibliotheca mathematica; 37). (Bibliotheca mathematica Teubneriana; 37). Repr. Of two volumes. Ed., Leipzig 1858, in one volume. Original title: Cours de mécanique (dt.)
- John J. O'Connor, Edmund F. Robertson : Jean Marie Constant Duhamel. In: MacTutor History of Mathematics archive .
- List of members since 1666: Letter D. Académie des sciences, accessed on November 8, 2019 (French).
- Members of the previous academies. Jean Marie Constant Duhamel. Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences , accessed on March 17, 2015 .
- Foreign members of the Russian Academy of Sciences since 1724. Jean-Marie Constant Duhamel. Russian Academy of Sciences, accessed August 29, 2015 .
|SURNAME||Duhamel, Jean Marie Constant|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Duhamel, Jean-Marie Constant (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||French mathematician and physicist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 5, 1797|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Saint Malo|
|DATE OF DEATH||April 29, 1872|
|Place of death||Paris|