James Dickson Murray

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Ph. D. University of St. Andrews 1955 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: Rotational Flow in Fluid Dynamics
Mathematics Subject Classification: 76—Fluid mechanics

Advisor 1: Andrew Ronald Mitchell

D. Sc. University of Oxford 1968 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation:

Advisor: Unknown

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Arcuri, PhillipUniversity of Oxford1984
Baldwin, D.University of Oxford1984
Bentil, DanielUniversity of Oxford19908
Britton, NicholasUniversity of Oxford197818
Burke, MeghanUniversity of Oxford1992
Cohen, JacquelineUniversity of Oxford1980
Cook, JulianUniversity of Washington1994
Crawford, DavidUniversity of Oxford1990
Cruywagen, GerhardUniversity of Oxford1992
Duffy, MartinUniversity of Oxford1981
Gibbs, RichardUniversity of Oxford1976
Jackson, TrachetteUniversity of Washington19986
Jenkins, MichaelUniversity of Oxford1991
Kulesa, PaulUniversity of Washington1995
Lane, DavidUniversity of Oxford1986
Lewis, MarkUniversity of Oxford199022
Littlewort, GwenUniversity of Oxford1991
Maini, PhilipUniversity of Oxford1985138
Manoussaki, DaphneUniversity of Washington1996
Mitchell, PeterUniversity of Oxford1974
Myerscough, MaryUniversity of Sydney19891
Nelson, PatrickUniversity of Washington19983
Paton, TerryUniversity of Oxford1974
Shaw, LouisaUniversity of Oxford1990
Sherratt, JonathanUniversity of Oxford199122
Swanson, KristinUniversity of Washington19992
Tranen, TerryUniversity of Michigan1967
Tyson, RebeccaUniversity of Washington19961
White, KatrinUniversity of Washington19951
Wilmott, StephenUniversity of Oxford1988
Zhu, MeiUniversity of Washington1995

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