George Constantinescu was a Romanian scientist, engineer and inventor. During his career, he registered over 130 inventions. He is the creator of the theory of sonics, a new branch of continuum mechanics, in which he described the transmission of mechanical energy through vibrations.
Early Life and his career
Born in Craiova in "the Doctor's House" near the Mihai Bravu Gardens, he was influenced by his father George, born in 1844 (a professor of mathematics and engineering science, specialized in mathematics at the Sorbonne University).Gogu Constantinescu settled in the United Kingdom in 1912. He was an honorary member of the Romanian Academy.
He done well-knowned inventions in mechanical and machinary spares.
He died at Oxen House, beside Coniston Water on December 11/12, 1965,and is buried in the churchyard at Lowick, Cumbria.