Published November 1990
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||243|
Dissipative Structures in Transport Processes and Combustion Interdisciplinary Seminar, Bielefeld, July 17–21, Editors: Meinköhn, Dirk (Ed.) Free Preview. Dissipative Structures in Transport Processes and Combustion Editor: D. Meinklihn @ Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 2. Field Equation For a passive front model the dynamics of the flame front evolution (Huy- gens' propagation) may be described by a field equation for a scalar F(x, t) (e.g. Kerstein et al. ). Get this from a library! Dissipative Structures in Transport Processes and Combustion: Interdisciplinary Seminar, Bielefeld, July , [Dirk Meinköhn] -- Any description of the workings of nature by means of measurements and ob servations is beset with the problem of how to cope with an immense amount of information. In physics, it is an established. The book begins with a brief review of equilibrium systems and transport and rate processes, then covers the following areas: theory of nonequilibrium thermodynamics; dissipation function; entropy and exergy; analysis and case studies on using the second law of thermodynamics; economic impact of the nonequilibrium thermodynamics theory; analysis of transport and rate processes; membrane.
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D. Meinköhn (Ed.), Dissipative Structures in Transport Processes and Combustion, Springer, Berlin (), p. Self-organization in nonequilibrium systems has been known for over 50 years. Under nonequilibrium conditions, the state of a system can become unstable and a transition to an organized structure can occur. Such structures include oscillating chemical reactions and spatiotemporal patterns in chemical and other systems. Because entropy and free-energy dissipating irreversible processes generate. To further account for the role of transport, the extended TSR, Ω R + T, is investigated. It is first noted that, for a steady problem, the right hand side of Eq.(8) vanishes, leading to a trivial result of h n = ore, a more proper way to characterize the explosive dynamics of the steady flame is to split the convective and diffusive operators and only consider the amplitudes. A turbulent combustion model without simplifying assumptions about the chemical reactions is evaluated by means of a sensitivity analysis. The turbulence model is conventional and based on gradient transport assumptions and an eddy viscosity concept.