LECTURES OF DINO BOUSSO (1933-1971) IN CONFERENCES

 

1. Bousso, D., "The viscosity of air at high rates of shear,"

The Ninth Conference of the Israel Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,

Technion, Haifa, Israel (December 30, 1959)

Abstract in English   

 

2. Bousso, D. "Observation on the self-acting air thrust bearing effect,"
IUATM International Symposium on Second-order Effects in Elasticity, Plasticity

and Fluid Dynamics,
Haifa, Israel (April 1962)

 

3. Bousso, D., "A new mechanical squarer,"

The Twelfth Israel Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,

Technion, Haifa, Israel (June 24, 1964)

Abstract in English 

 

4. Bousso, D., "A new gas-powered 6 degrees-of-freedom prosthesis,"

International Medical & Biological Engineering Conference,

Stockholm, Sweden (14-19 August 1967)

 

5. Bousso, D., "A new rotary actuator,"

Second Conference of Mechanical Engineering,

Israel (August 1968)

 

6. Bousso, D., Shmuely, M., "Internal damping as a primary source of energy loss in

rolling friction,"

Second Conference of Mechanical Engineering,

Israel (August 1968)

 

7. Bousso, D., Ben-Amots, N., "A new method for obtaining large centrifugal

accelerations,"

Third Conference of Mechanical Engineering, and

the 17th Israel Annual Conference of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,

Technion, Haifa, Israel (June-July 1969)

Abstract in English Abstract in Hebrew

 

8. Bousso, D., "A new limb for thalidomide children,"

Third International Symposium on External Control of Human Extremities,

Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia (25-31 August 1969)

 

9. Bousso, D., "A double-acting rotary actuator for prosthetic purposes,"

Third International Conference on Orthotics and Prosthetics,

Torino, Italy (21-23 May 1970)

 

10. Bousso, D., Shohet, U., "Stability equations for a linear inflatable pouch actuator,"

The Eighteenth Israel Annual Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,

Technion, Haifa, Israel (6-7 July 1970)

Abstract in English

11. Bousso, D., "Actuators for powered limbs,"

Conference on Powered Prosthetics,

Norbacka Institute, Stockholm (August 1970)

 

 

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