4 edition of Statistical Mechanics of Nonequilibrium Processes found in the catalog.
by John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Import)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||375|
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics is a branch of thermodynamics that deals with physical systems that are not in thermodynamic equilibrium but can be described in terms of variables (non-equilibrium state variables) that represent an extrapolation of the variables used to specify the system in thermodynamic. Statistical Physics Lecture Notes. This book covers the following topics: Statistical physics is an unfinished and highly active part of ples of statistical mechanics, Thermodynamic quantities, The Gibbs Distribution, Ideal gas, Statistical ensembles, Fluctuations, Stochastic Processes, Non-Ideal Gases, Phase Equilibrium.
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The second part of a two volume textbook on the modern statistical theory of nonequilibrium processes. This volume looks at how the statistical ensembles in the first book can be applied to different Read more. This book presents both the fundamentals and the major research topics in statistical physics of systems out of equilibrium. It summarizes different approaches to describe such systems on the thermodynamic and stochastic levels, and discusses a variety of areas including reactions, anomalous kinetics, and the behavior of self-propelling particles.
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This book applies modern statistical theory of nonequilibrium processes to various problems in linear response theory, relaxation phenomena, hydrodynamics, and the dynamical theory of Author: Vladimir Morozov.
A unified approach to the modern statistical theory of nonequilibrium processes. This book explores applications of this unified approach to classical and quantum Statistical Mechanics of Nonequilibrium Processes book theory of nonideal gases, to plasmas, and to solid state : Dmitrii N.
Zubarev. Statistical Mechanics of Nonequilibrium Processes (Vol. 2: Relaxation and Hydrodynamic Processes) (v. 2) Hardcover – Septem Format: Hardcover. Statistical Mechanics of Nonequilibrium Processes: Basic Concepts, Kinetic Theory Zubarev D., Morozov V., Roepke G.
This is the first of a two-volume textbook on the modern statistical theory of nonequilibrium processes. The general method of nonequilibrium ensembles is used to describe kinetic processes in classical and quantum systems.
The second part of a two volume textbook on the modern statistical theory of nonequilibrium processes. This volume looks at how the statistical ensembles in the first book can be applied to different problems in transport theory, relaxation phenomena, hydrodynamics, and the dynamical theory of fluctuations.
An Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics (Series on Advances in Statistical Mechanics Book 19) - Kindle edition by Wio, Horacio Sergio. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading An Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Nonequilibrium Statistical /5(2).
This unified look at modern statistical theory of nonequilibrium processes explores applications of this approach to classical and quantum kinetic theory of nonideal gases, to plasmas, and to solid.
This is a presentation of the main ideas and methods of modern nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. It is the perfect introduction for anyone in chemistry or physics who needs an update or background in this time-dependent by: In recent years the interaction between dynamical systems theory and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics has been enormous.
The discovery of fluctuation theorems as a fundamental structure common to almost all non-equilibrium systems, and the connections with the free energy calculation methods of Jarzynski and Crooks, have excited both theorists and by: Statistical Mechanics of Nonequilibrium Processes: Relaxation and Hydrodynamic Processes.
John Wiley & Sons. ISBN Quantum statistical mechanics. Bogoliubov, N. (–). Lectures on Quantum Statistics. Problems of Statistical Mechanics of Quantum Systems. New York: Gordon and Breach. Professor Röpke has authored over scientific publications on quantum statistics, nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, plasma physics and nuclear theory, including several monographs, and he received different awards.
He is a member of the Saxonian Academy of Sciences and external member of the Max-Planck Society. This is a presentation of the main ideas and methods of modern nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. It is the perfect introduction for anyone in chemistry or physics who needs an update or background in this time-dependent field.
Topics covered include fluctuation-dissipation theorem; linear response theory; time correlation functions, and projection operators.5/5(1). Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics by Robert Zwanzig.
This is a presentation of the main ideas and methods of modern nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. It is the perfect introduction for anyone in chemistry or physics who needs an update or background in this time-dependent field. An Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics This book aims to provide a compact and unified introduction to the most important aspects in the physics of non-equilibrium systems.
In nonequilibrium statistical mechanics we seek to model transport processes beginning with an understanding of the motion and interactions of individual atoms or molecules.
The laws of classical mechanics govern the motion of atoms and molecules so in this chapter we begin with a brief description of the mechanics of Newton, Lagrange and Hamilton. This book presents the main principles and methods of nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, a topic studied by both chemists and physicists.
It is written for graduate students and scientists who already have knowledge of basic equilibrium statistical mechanics and who are interested in the more complex field of time-dependent nonequilibrium statistical mechanics.5/5(2).
In recent years it has been possible to extend the statistical theory of nonequilibrium processes to include nonlinear effects. The modern theory, as expounded in this book, is applicable to a wide variety of systems both close to and far from equilibrium. An interesting and modern book about nonequilibrium statistical mechanics of turbulence, transport processes and reaction-diffusion processes is J.
Cardy, G. Falkovich and K. Gawedzki, Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics and Turbulence (Cambridge University Press, ). This book contains the lectures given by the authors at a summer school. Statistical Physics II introduces nonequilibrium theories of statistical mechanics from the viewpoint of the fluctuation-dissipation is is placed on relaxation from nonequilibrium to equilibrium states, the response of a system to an external disturbance, and general problems involved in deriving a macroscopic physical process from more basic underlying processes.
This volume of Statistical Physics consititutes the second part of Statistical Physics (Springer Series in Solid-State Science, Vols. 30, 31) and is devoted to nonequilibrium theories of statistical mechanics.
We start with an intro duction to the stochastic treatment of Brownian motion and then. In discussing the framework of nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, the book explains the derivation of a nonequilibrium analogue of the Gibbsian basis for equilibrium statistical mechanics.
The book reviews the linear irreversible thermodynamics, the Liouville equation, and the Irving-Kirkwood procedure.Statistical mechanics has been proven to be successful at describing physical systems at thermodynamic equilibrium.
Since most natural phenomena occur .The nonequilibrium thermodynamics stage of Keizer's research culminated in his very successful monograph: Statistical Thermodynamics of Nonequilibrium Processes (Keizer, a). As a measure of its critical success, the book was translated into Russian by Yu.
L. Klimontovich in (Klimontovich, ). The book was the synthesis of many years of.