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By Professor Jean Karl Platten, Professor Jean Claude Legros (auth.)

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Both of the authors of this publication are disciples and collaborators of the Brussels college of thermodynamics. Their specific area of competence is the appliance of numerical how you can the various hugely nonlinear difficulties that have arisen within the context of modern advancements within the thermodynamics of irreversi­ ble strategies: balance of states faraway from equilibrium, look for marginal serious states, bifwrcation phenomena, a number of stationnary states, dissipative buildings, and so on. those difficulties can't often be dealt with utilizing simply the clas­ sical and mathematically rigorous equipment of the idea of differential, partial differential, and int~grodifferential equations. the current authors display how approximate equipment, re lyi ng often on robust desktops, bring about major development in those parts, if one is prepa­ purple to simply accept a definite loss of rigor, resembling, for instance, the inability of evidence for the convergence of the sequence utilized in the context of difficulties which aren't self adjoint, nor even linear. the consequences hence received needs to hence be post­ ted to an exacting war of words with experimental observations. - although, the '1 imited info received about the, usually unsuspec­ ted, mechanisms underlying the saw phenomena is either important and regularly enough. this knowledge effects from the homes of the trial features most fitted to the limitations of the matter corresponding to the preliminary, boundary, and "feedback" stipulations, and the research in their habit during the evolution of the system.

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87) are completely equivalent, but in the first one the independent variables are T and v while in the latter they are T and p , which is, in some cases, more convenient. For example, this equivalence may be verified for an ideal gas, for which pv = RT and (C p - Cv ) = R. In the general case, it is shown in classical textbook of thermodynamic that (C p - Cv ) where a -- x v1(~)p 01 = Ta 2 /xv . 88) ( 1. 89) ( 1. 90) 21 In solids or liquids, a and x are small, and the assumption p = constant (p = V-I) is compatible with a ~ 0 and x ~ 0 ; therefore Eqs.

I. 1. 106) . Therefore 0; aT -l 1 W: ~ - _T }:i }:J' = ~ i :I. T • , 1J :I. J :I. 2. 1 _T-I :I. Tij P Y w A. /T Y1 A r 31 In Eq. 142) the summation index r , runs from r = 1 to c , the number of chemical species. 128), r = 1 and 2. Therefore, one of the two fluxes may be eliminated using Eq. 22) and we have for the diffusion term in the entropy production, (1. 143) We hare dealing here with isotropic fluids in which viscous phenomena may be neglected. We also suppose the absence of external forces.

The mass flux of the second component is deduced from Eq. 22). 1 , y~ (1. 128) 29 in which the force associated to the mass flux contains the gradient of ~ y T-l and thus includes a part which is proportionnal to the gradient of the temperature. We may change Xz ' and therefore the entropy production expression. Considering ~ = p. 129) We now have to evaluate (ap. T-l/aT) N . The relation Y p, Y dg = -s dT + v dp + ~ ~ Y Y dN Y (1 . 130) generalizes Eq. 131) Let us note that, from Eqs. 96), one also has ( 1.

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