Francis D. Murnaghan 1893-1976

Francis D. Murnaghan published extensively on a wide range of topics in pure and applied mathematics, producing a dozen books in English, three books in Portuguese and more than 90 papers. Here is a list of his books in chronological order :

[1922]
*Vector analysis and the theory of relativity*, Johns Hopkins
Press, Baltimore.

[1929]
*Theoretical mechanics* (co-author Joseph Ames), Ginn,
Boston–New York; republished by Dover Publications, New York
[1958].

[1932]
*Hydrodynamics* (co-authors H. Dryden and H. Bateman), Bulletin
of the National Research Council No. 84; republished by Dover
Publications, New York [1956].

[1938]
*The theory of group representations*, Johns Hopkins Press,
Baltimore; republished by Dover Publications, New York [1958].

[1947]
*Differential and integral calculus: functions of one variable*,
Remsen Press, Brooklyn.

[1948]
*Introduction to applied mathematics*, Wiley Applied Mathematics
Series, New York; republished by Dover Publications, New York [1963].

[1951]
*Finite deformation of an elastic solid*, Wiley Applied
Mathematics Series, New York.

[1954]
*Algebra elementar e trigonometria*, Companhia Editora Nacional,
Sao Paulo.

[1954]
*Calculo avancado*, Sao Paulo Centro Technico de Aeronautica.

[1955]
*Equacoes diferenciais*, Sao Paulo Centro Technico de
Aeronautica.

[1956]
*Analytic geometry*, Prentice-Hall, New York.

[1958]
*The orthogonal and symplectic groups*, Communications of the
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series A, Dublin.

[1962]
*The Laplace transform: lectures on applied mathematics*, vol.
1, Spartan Books, Washington.

[1962]
*The calculus of variations: lectures on applied mathematics*,
vol. 2, Spartan Books, Washington.

[1962]
*The unitary and rotation groups: lectures on applied mathematics*,
vol. 3, Spartan Books, Washington.

From
David W. Lewis, ‘To the glory of God, honour of Ireland and
fame of America’ : a biographical sketch of Francis D.
Murnaghan*, Mathematical Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy*,
103A (1), 101–112 (2003).