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As President of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, my presence at this International Congress would be decorative rather than functional. I therefore much appreciate the invitation to function in a more active capacity this morning and to speak in the name of the International Committee. This remarkable body was founded in 1924long before UNO and UNESCO or ICSU were in existence. Entirely independent of political, governmental or national control or support, it was and it remains a free association of men of science active in applied mechanics -an association which successfully survived the divisive results of World War II and which founded the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics in 1946.

1331-1333. On the foundations of the theory of elastic shells By E. Reissner :Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, :Mass. Introduction The foundation problern of the theory of thin elastic shells is the formulation of a twodimensional system of differential equations and boundary conditions for a rational approximate determination of stresses and deformations in three-dimensional elastic bodies of the form of a (thin) elastic layer surrounding a surface in space, the middle surface of the shell.

On the other hand, in some important cases when the equations of motion are complex operator relationships, for instance integro-differential equations, the number of determining parameters for infinitely small particles also becomes finite. This can well be examplified in Newtonian mechanics by the problems of motion or of equilibrium configurations of gaseous masses with reference to the mutual attraction of the gas particles. Another example is served by a non-collisional plasma model. Mechanical models of continuum media can be introduced and considered when the number of the degrees of freedom is infinite even for vanishingly small particles, as for example, in some heredity theories.