Bruce Irons (1924 - 5 December 1983) was an engineer and mathematician, known for his fundamental contribution to the finite element method, including the patch test, the frontal solver and, along with Ian C. Taig, the isoparametric element concept. He developed multiple sclerosis; finding it difficult to accept anticipated relapses, he committed suicide on 5 December 1983, and his wife followed suit.

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  • Bruce Irons (Southampton, 1924 – Calgary, 5 de dezembro de 1983) foi um engenheiro e matemático. Seu trabalho foi fundamental para o desenvolvimento do método dos elementos finitos, incluindo o patch test e o solver frontal. Foi acometido por esclerose múltipla, o que o levou com sua mulher a cometer suicídio em 5 de dezembro de 1983. (pt)
  • Bruce Irons (1924 - 5 December 1983) was an engineer and mathematician, known for his fundamental contribution to the finite element method, including the patch test, the frontal solver and, along with Ian C. Taig, the isoparametric element concept. He developed multiple sclerosis; finding it difficult to accept anticipated relapses, he committed suicide on 5 December 1983, and his wife followed suit. (en)
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  • Bruce Irons (Southampton, 1924 – Calgary, 5 de dezembro de 1983) foi um engenheiro e matemático. Seu trabalho foi fundamental para o desenvolvimento do método dos elementos finitos, incluindo o patch test e o solver frontal. Foi acometido por esclerose múltipla, o que o levou com sua mulher a cometer suicídio em 5 de dezembro de 1983. (pt)
  • Bruce Irons (1924 - 5 December 1983) was an engineer and mathematician, known for his fundamental contribution to the finite element method, including the patch test, the frontal solver and, along with Ian C. Taig, the isoparametric element concept. He developed multiple sclerosis; finding it difficult to accept anticipated relapses, he committed suicide on 5 December 1983, and his wife followed suit. (en)
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