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International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms
The HMM2004 International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms is the second event of a series that has been started in 2000 as main activity of the IFToMM Permanent Commission for History of MMS, Mechanism and Machine Science. The aim of the HMM Symposium is to be a forum to exchange views, opinions, and experiences on History of MMS from technical viewpoints in order to track the past but also to look at future developments in MMS. The HMM Symposium Series is devoted to the technical aspects of historical deve- pments and therefore it has been addressed mainly to the IFToMM Community. In fact, most the authors of the contributed papers are experts in MMS and related topics. This year HMM Symposium came back to Cassino, after the challenging first event in 2000. The HMM2004 International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms was held at the University of Cassino, Italy, from 12 to 15 May 2004. These Proceedings contain 29 papers by authors from all around the world. These papers cover the wide field of the History of Mechanical Engineering and particularly the History of MMS. The contributions address mainly technical aspects of historical developments of Machines and Mechanisms. History of IFToMM, the International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science is also outlined through the historical activities of some of its Commissions.
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History of IFToMM.- A Short Introduction on IFToMM Officers Over Time.- On the IFToMM Permanent Commission for History of MMS.- Past, Present and Future in Mechanism and Machine Science Terminology.- Development and Activities of the IFToMM Rotordynamic Committee, 1977-2004.- Ancient Machines.- A Study on Western and Chinese Locks Based on Encyclopedias and Dictionaries.- A Simulating Experiment on the Ancient Chinese Astronomical Clock Tower.- Engineering Aspects of the Collapse of the Colossus of Rhodes Statue.- "Deus-Ex-Machina" Reconstruction and Dynamics.- Past Ideas for New Designs.- Some Examples from the History of Machinery in Teaching TMM.- Marionette: From Traditional Manipulation to Robotic Manipulation.- People in MMS and Their Works.- Bauman University TMM Department in the Former Half of the XXTH Century (Professor N. Mertsalov & Professor L. Smirnov).- History of Machines and Mechanisms by the Stevens Family and at Stevens Institute of Technology.- Russian Scientist - Mechanics Ufimtsev A.G..- The Kinematic Work of W. Wunderlich.- Historical Development of Theories.- The Archimedean Screw-Pump: A Note on Its Invention and the Development of the Theory.- A Note on the History of Trigonometric Functions.- On the Development of the Constraint Motion Theory of Franz REULEAUX- An Overview.- The Contribution of Coulomb to Applied Mechanics.- Mechanical Designs.- Development of Design of Ship-To-Shore Container Cranes: 1959-2004.- Evolution of Design, Use and Strength Calculations of Screw Threads and Threaded Joints.- Industrial Archaeology: From the 17th to the 21st Century. Reconstruction of Herschel's Telescope.- Piston Engine Versus Rotary Engine - Possible Structural Solutions in the Invention and Development of the Steam Engine Before 1900.- Mechanism Analysis and Design.- Historical Evolution of the Classification of Mechanisms.- On the History of Focal Mechanisms and Their Derivatives.- Historical Evolution of the Pole-Theory.- The Reuleaux Models: Creating an International Digital Library of Kinematics History.- Automata and Robots.- The History of the Creation and Development of Hand-Operated Balanced Manipulators (HOBM).- Development of Walking Machines; Historical Perspective.- Biped Robots: The State of Art.- The Early Development of Remote Tele- manipulation Systems.