The Scientific Work of Gustav Adolph Hirn

The Scientific Work of Gustav Adolph Hirn
Opening page of chapter five of English engineer Bryan Donkin's 1893 article: "The Scientific Work of Gustav Adolph Hirn."
In famous publications, “The Scientific Work of Gustav Adolph Hirn, in 7 Chapters (1845-1888)” is a 1893 article, 56-pages in length, on the life, work, and thermodynamic philosophy of French physicist Gustave Hirn, by English engineer Bryan Donkin, in which the terms "human thermo-dynamics" and “human thermodynamics” were coined. [1]

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1. Donkin, Bryan. (1893). “The Scientific Work of Gustav Adolph Hirn in 7 Chapters (1845-1888)” (pgs. 145-201); Picture of Hirn, (pg. 144); Chapter V: Human thermodynamics, pg. 176-83)”, Transactions of the Manchester Association of Engineers (table of contents: human thermo-dynamics, pg. 176). Herald & Walker Printers.

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