John Hadji Argyris. 19 August 1913 — 2 April 2004

  title={John Hadji Argyris. 19 August 1913 — 2 April 2004},
  author={D. B. Spalding},
  journal={Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society},
  pages={23 - 37}
  • D. Spalding
  • Published 1 December 2014
  • History
  • Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society
John Argyris was born in Greece; he was educated there and in Germany, made his scientific reputation in England, and spent the last part of his career in Germany, where he died at the age of 90 years. 
1 Citations
Argyris, John Hadji


The Approximate Arithmetical Solution by Finite Differences of Physical Problems Involving Differential Equations, with an Application to the Stresses in a Masonry Dam
1. Introduction.— 1·0. The object of this paper is to develop methods where by the differential equations of physics may be applied more freely than hitherto in the approximate form of difference
Variational methods for the solution of problems of equilibrium and vibrations
As Henri Poincare once remarked, "solution of a mathematical problem" is a phrase of indefinite meaning. Pure mathematicians sometimes are satisfied with showing that the non-existence of a solution
The finite element method for engineers
PART I. Meet the Finite Element Method. The Direct Approach: A Physical Interpretation. The Mathematical Approach: A Variational Interpretation. The Mathematical Approach: A Generalized
procedure, the ‘relaxation method
  • 1970
The Finite Element Method in Plane Stress Analysis
Stiffness and Deflection Analysis of Complex Structures
Hollister), pp. 85–119
  • 1943