Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
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Theodore Wilson
Professor Emeritus
(Retired 2012)

Professor Wilson's research areas are in respiratory mechanics, modeling lung structure and deformation, respiratory flow, and chest wall mechanics.

Degrees

Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University, 1962
B.S., Engineering Physics, Cornell University, 1958

Experience

1973 - 2002: Professor, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1969 - 1973: Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1964 - 1969: Assistant: Professor, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1962 - 1964: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, U.S. Army, Pasadena, California

Five Recent Publications

  • T. Wilson and A. De Troyer, 2016, Action of the diaphragm on the rib cage, Journal of applied physiology, Vol.121(2), pp.391-400, (Journal Article) More Details
  • T. Wilson, 2015, Compartmental models of the chest wall and the origin of Hoover's sign, Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology, Vol.210, p.23-29, (Journal Article) More Details
  • T. Wilson and A. De Troyer, 2015, Mechanism of the increased rib cage expansion produced by the diaphragm with abdominal support, Journal of applied physiology, Vol.118(8), pp.989-995, (Journal Article) More Details
  • T. Wilson and A. De Tryoer, 2014, Action of the isolated canine diaphragm on the lower ribs at high lung volumes, Journal of Physiology, Vol. 592 (20), p. 4481-4491, (Journal Article) More Details
  • T. Wilson and A. De Troyer, 2013, Effects of the insertional and appositional forces of the canine diaphragm on the lower ribs, Journal of Physiology, Vol. 591 (14) p.3539-3548, (Journal Article) More Details

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Scientific and Professional Societies

American Physiological Society

Honors and Awards

1980 - 1987; 1993 - 1996: Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Physiology

Subjects and Courses Taught

Undergraduate
- 1998 AEM 5202 - Viscous Flow

Undergraduate/Graduate
- 1999 AEM 5401 - Intermediate Dynamics


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