Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
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Theodore A. Wilson
Professor Emeritus
(Retired 2002)

Contact Information

Research Areas
-Respiratory mechanics
-Modeling lung structure and deformation, respiratory flow, chest wall mechanics
Theodore A. Wilson 

DEGREES
Ph.D., Aeronautical Engineering, Cornell U., 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, CA

Five Recent Publications
Angelillo, M., Boriek, A., Rodarte, J.R., and Wilson, T.A., "Theory of diaphragm structure and shape," J. Appl. Physiol.,83: 1486-1491, 1997

Wilson, T.A., "Parenchymal mechanics," in Complexities in Structure and Function of the Lung, M.P. Hlastala, H.J. Robertson, Eds. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1998

Wilson, T.A., Boriek, A., and Rodarte, J.R."Mechanical advantage of the canine diaphragm," J. Appl. Physiol., 85: 2284-2290, 1998

De Troyer, A., Legrand, A., Gevenois, P.A. and Wilson, T.A., "Mechanical advantage of the human parasternal intercostal and triangularis sterni muscles," J. Physiol. (London), 513: 915-925, 1998

De Troyer, A., Legrand, A., Wilson, T.A., "Respiratory mechanical advantage of the canine external and internal intercostal muscles," J. Physiol. (London),518: 283-289, 1999

Scientific and Professional Societies
American Physiological Society

Honors and Awards
Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Physiology, 1980-87, 1993-1996

Subjects and Courses Taught
Undergraduate
1998 AEM 5202--Viscous Flow

Undergraduate/Graduate
1999 AEM 5401--Intermediate Dynamics

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