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Germaine (1821) gave an almost correct form of the plate equation. The bending stiffness and density constants were not deﬁned. Neither were the boundary conditions stated correctly. These errors are the reason that her name is not associated today with the equation, despite the brilliance or her approach. Contributing to this was 4 Chapter 1 Todhunter (1886), who compiled a ﬁne history of the theory of elasticity, published posthumously, in which he is unreasonably critical of her work, demanding a standard of perfection that he does not apply to the works of the Bernoullis, Euler, Lagrange, and others, where he is quite willing to accept partial results.
Petersburg Academy, Bernoulli (1789) acknowledged that he was stimulated in his attempt by the German experimentalist Chladni (1787), who demonstrated the beautiful node lines of vibrating plates at the courts of Europe. A presentation by Chladni before emperor Napoleon, who was a trained military engineer and very interested in technology and science, caused the latter to transfer money to the French Academy of Sciences for a prize to the person who could best explain the vibration behavior of plates.