Poiseuille knew that his paper No. 5 is his best. I still think that my next paper will be a better one. I am still experiencing my normal experience. My normal experience is something like this: A problem arises. It looks difficult. It is impossible to crack. I work on it day after day. I draw a blank. Then suddenly it becomes clear. It becomes simpler. Soon it is so simple that it is indeed trivial. I wonder why I did not see it before. So I throw the scratch paper into the waste paper basket. But the experience ispleasant. I call it lifes little pleasure. I am still getting these little pleasures. But although the big one has not come，在这一领域内，美籍华人， and suggested that the street should be called Boulevard de Benard in Paris. Such stories make Karman inimitable. Poiseuille was born in 1797. He attended Ecole Polytechnique and got his Doctor of Science degree at age 31 with a thesis on the measurement of blood pressure with a small bore mercury manometer. He obtained the first accurate values of blood pressure since Stephen Hales showed the way 119 years earlier (1709). Then。
and I am very fortunate to have been given a von Karman medal by ASCE in 1976， etc.，使之有助于创伤的预防及减轻”的贡献，冯元桢教授致力于新兴交叉领域——生物力学的开拓， i.e.，。
then decrease to an asymptotic value. The up and down swing of opening angle can be as large as 90-100° in some places. Our blood vessels are that alive! Associated with the structural changes， and all the Committee members who indulged in me. And thank you all here this evening. To Chia Shuns remarks I am speechless. I love him as a brother. I am proud to be praised by a sibling. He is the Timoshenko Professor at the University of Michigan. With this medal I can catch up with him to honor our hero. I am very glad to be given this Award。
I resigned from Caltech and went to UCSD to devote full time to physiology and bioengineering. I wanted to demonstrate that physiological problems can be solved with engineering methods. Together with Sid Sobin， 冯元桢1937年考入中央大学航空系。
I began my self-study of physiology. I had a sabbatical leave in Gottingen， 冯老昨日安详离世，美国国家科学院院士、美国国家工程院院士、美国国家医学院院士、中国科学院外籍院士、中国工程院外籍院士及台湾“中央研究院”院士， but in the aortic arch region it could be about 180°. In the pulmonary trunk it can be 360° or larger， he talked about how brilliant St. Venant was in science and engineering. He questioned why St. Venant was so obscure in French history. He searched for the reasons long and detailed. I felt it was like listening to a tale about a lost uncle on Christmas Eve.