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St The21 InternationalCongressofTheoreticalandAppliedMechanics (ICTAM04) happened August 15 21, 2004, in Warsaw, Poland. It was once equipped through Polish nationwide Committee of IUTAM, Institute of primary Technological learn of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IPPTPAN)andWarsawUniversityofTechnology. TheCongressvenue was once the most construction of Warsaw collage of know-how. the assumption of congresses dedicated to mechanics, may be traced again to a convention on difficulties of?uid mechanics in Innsbruck, 1922. It used to be equipped through 4 contributors, whose names, are and may, stay very wellknowntonextgenerationsofscientists, C.W.Oseen, T.Levi-Civite, T.vonKarm an, andL.Prandtl. Thisconferencewassofruitful, thatthe organizers determined to rearrange related conferences sooner or later, each 4 years, and to increase the scope of the long run conferences to incorporate reliable mechanics. therefore a chain of conferences began 80 years agowiththe st 1 ICTAM held in Delft, Netherlands. From the meetingsoftheCongress Committee sprang the assumption of a extra everlasting association to appear out for the area pursuits within the mechanical sciences. therefore, IUTAM, theInternational Unionof Theor- ical and utilized Mechanics, was once shaped on September 26, 1946. In 1947 IUTAM grew to become a member of ICSU, the foreign Council of Sci- ti?c Unions, itself based in 1931. the top authority of IUTAMis the final meeting, with delegates from the Adhering enterprises, every one of that's a?liated with a countrywide discovered society in a given state. Scienti?cProgram modern mechanics poses either, the basic difficulties from the realm of natural technology, and its robust hyperlinks with sleek technology."
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