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Phenomenological thermodynamics and entropy principles

Hutter, Kolumban ; Wang, Yongqi
Greven, Andreas ; Keller, Gerhard ; Warnecke, Gerald (eds.) (2003):
Phenomenological thermodynamics and entropy principles.
In: Princeton series in applied mathematics, In: Entropy, pp. 57-78, Princeton ; Oxford, Princeton University Press, ISBN 0-691-11338-6,
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Abstract

There is no unified approach to irreversible thermodynamics in the phenomenological theories of continuum thermodynamics. The different approaches are based on different forms of the second law. Depending upon which basic underlying principles are postulated, the entropy principle yields different implications on the nonequilibriumquantities for these to fulfil the irreversibility requirements. We review the most popular approaches and demonstrate that one may prefer or reject a certain entropy principle simply by the results it generates. We draw heavily on the work of Hutter (1977b) andWang and Hutter (1999c).

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2003
Editors: Greven, Andreas ; Keller, Gerhard ; Warnecke, Gerald
Creators: Hutter, Kolumban ; Wang, Yongqi
Title: Phenomenological thermodynamics and entropy principles
Language: English
Abstract:

There is no unified approach to irreversible thermodynamics in the phenomenological theories of continuum thermodynamics. The different approaches are based on different forms of the second law. Depending upon which basic underlying principles are postulated, the entropy principle yields different implications on the nonequilibriumquantities for these to fulfil the irreversibility requirements. We review the most popular approaches and demonstrate that one may prefer or reject a certain entropy principle simply by the results it generates. We draw heavily on the work of Hutter (1977b) andWang and Hutter (1999c).

Title of Book: Entropy
Series Name: Princeton series in applied mathematics
Place of Publication: Princeton ; Oxford
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0-691-11338-6
Divisions: Study Areas
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Fluid Dynamics (fdy)
Study Areas > Study Area Mechanic
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2011 13:10
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