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Title:Thermophysical properties of helium-4 from .8 to 1500 K with pressures to 2000 MPa
Author(s): Vincent D. Arp
Robert D. McCarty
Date:1989
Publisher:U.S. Dept. of Commerce
Size:5.71 MB PDF
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Keywords: Thermodynamics Tables
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Title:Unconventional Superconductors [electronic resource] : Experimental Investigation of the Order-Parameter Symmetry of Unconventional Superconductors
Author(s): Gernot Goll
Date:2006
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:This book offers a comprehensive summary of experiments that are especially suited to reveal the order-parameter symmetry of unconventional superconductors. It briefly introduces readers to the basic theoretical concepts and termsof unconventional su perconductivity, followed by a detailed overview of experimental techniques and results investigating the superconducting energy gap and phase, plus the pairing symmetry. This review includes measurements ofspecific heat, thermal conductivity, penetration depth and nuclearmagnetic resonance and muon-spin rotation experiments. Further, point-contact and tunnelling spectroscopy and Josephson experiments are addressed. Current understandingis reviewed from the experimental point of view. With an appendix off ering five tables with almost 200 references that summarize the present results from ambient pressure heavy-fermion and noncopper-oxide superconductors, the monographprovides a valuable resource for further studies in this field
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Contents:Part I: Introduction to Unconventional Superconductivity: A Brief Overview
Basic Theoretical Concepts
Part II: Experimental Methods: Probing the Nodal Structure
Probing the Parity and Spin State
Probing the Energy Gap
Probing the Phase
Probing the Vortices: Lattice Symmetry and Internal Structure
Part III: Possible Unconventional Superconductors: Ce
based Heavy
Fermion Superconductors
U
based Heavy
Fermion Superconductors
Metal
Oxide Superconductors
Appendix
ISBN:9783540315001
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Series:Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, 0081-3869 : v214
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Thermodynamics , Condensed matter , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Superconductivity
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Call number:SPRINGER-2006-9783211331590:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Tsunamis and Hurricanes [electronic resource] : A Mathematical Approach
Author(s): Ferdinand Cap
Date:2006
Publisher:Vienna : Springer Vienna
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Note:Tsunamis and hurricanes have had a devastating impact on the population living near the coast during the year 2005. The calculation of the power and intensity of tsunamis and hurricanes are of great importance not only forengineers and meteorologists but also for governments and insurance companies. This book presents new research on the mathematical description of tsunamis and hurricanes. A combination of old and new approaches allows to derive anonlinear partial differential equation of fifth order describing the steepening up and the propagation of tsunamis. The description includes dissipative terms and does not contain singularities or two valued functions. The equivalenceprinciple of solutions of nonlinear large gas dynamics waves and of soluti ons of water wave equations will be used. An extension of the continuity equation by a source term due to evaporation rates of salt seawater will help tounderstand hurricanes. Detailed formula, tables and results of the calculations are given
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Contents:From the contents: Introduction to wave physics: Types of waves Linear wave equations Solutions of linear wave equations Nonlinear wave equations Physics of nonlinear wave equations
Basic flow equations: Units and properties of substances Conservation of mass The equation of motion Conservation of energy Thermodynamics Vorticity theorems Potential flow in incompressible fluids Potential flow incompressible fluids The DARB OUX solution of plane waves in non
dissipative gases The equivalence theorem
Water waves: The variety of water waves Gravity water waves Capillarity wave
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Keywords: Physical geography , Meteorology , Oceanography , Mathematics , Mathematical physics , Thermodynamics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2002-9783662047026:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Statistical Mechanics
Author(s): Franz Schwabl
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (574 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-04702-6
Contents:1. Basic Principles -- 2. Equilibrium Ensembles. -- 3. Thermodynamics -- 4. Ideal Quantum Gases -- 5. Real Gases, Liquids, and Solutions -- 6. Magnetism -- 7. Phase Transitions, Renormalization Group Theory, and Percolation -- 8.
Brownian Motion, Equations of Motion and the Fokker-Planck Equations -- 9. The Boltzmann Equation -- 10. Irreversibility and the Approach to Equilibrium -- Appendix. -- A. Nernst’s Theorem (Third Law). -- A.1 Preliminary Remarks on the
Historical Development of Nernst’s Theorem -- A.2 Nernst’s Theorem and its Thermodynamic Consequences -- A.3 Residual Entropy, Metastability, etc. -- B. The Classical Limit and Quantum Corrections -- B.1 The Classical Limit. -- B.2
Calculation of the Quantum-Mechanical Corrections -- C. The Perturbation Expansion -- D. The Riemann ?-Function and the Bernoulli Numbers -- E. Derivation of the Ginzburg—Landau Functional -- F. The Transfer Matrix Method. -- G.
Integrals Containing the Maxwell Distribution -- H. Hydrodynamics -- H.1 Hydrodynamic Equations, Phenomenological Discussion -- H.2 The Kubo Relaxation Function. -- H.3 The Microscopic Derivation of the Hydrodynamic Equations -- I.
Units and Tables
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Thermodynamics , Condensed matter , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Thermodynamics , Quantum Physics , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity
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Call number:SPRINGER-2002-9780387216324:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Handbook of Physics
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (eReference p.)
Note:10.1007/0-387-21632-4
Contents:From the Contents: I Mechanics: Kinematics -- Dynamics -- Rigid Bodies -- Micromechanics -- Gravitation and the Theory of Relativity -- Mechanics of Continuous Media -- Nonlinear Dynamics, Chaos, and Fractals -- Tables on Mechanics II
Vibrations and Waves: Vibrations -- Waves -- Acoustics -- Optics -- Tables on Vibrations, Waves, Acoustics, and Optics III Electricity: Charges and Currents -- Electric and Magnetic Field -- Applications in Electrical Engineering --
Current Conduction in Liquids, Gases, and Vacuum -- Plasma Physics -- Tables on Electricity IV Thermodynamics: Equilibrium and State Variables -- Heat, Conversion of Energy, and Changes of State -- Phase Transitions, Reactions, and
Equalizing of Heat -- Tables on Thermodynamics V Quantum Physics: Photons, Electromagnetic Radiation, and Light Quanta
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Keywords: Physics , Engineering , Physics , Physics, general , Engineering, general
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Call number:SPRINGER-1999-9781461546955:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Heat Capacity and Thermal Expansion at Low Temperatures
Author(s): T. H. K Barron
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (338 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-4695-5
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1. Thermodynamic Properties at Low Temperatures -- 1.2. Implications for Design of Equipment -- 1.3. Useful Theoretical Concepts -- 1.4. Plan of This Book -- 2. Basic Theory and Techniques -- 2.1. Introduction --
2.2. Thermodynamics -- 2.3. Statistical Mechanics -- 2.4. Bonding and Interatomic Potentials -- 2.5. Some Model Systems -- 2.6. Lattice Vibrations -- 2.7. Approximate Equations of State -- 2.8. Anisotropic Strain and Stress: Elasticity
-- 2.9. Calculation of , and from Elastic Data -- 2.10. Internal Strain -- 3. Measurement Techniques -- 3.1. General Principles -- 3.2. Heat Capacity … by S. J. Collocott -- 3.3. Thermal Expansion -- 3.4. Elastic Moduli -- 4. Fluids --
4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Gases -- 4.3. Liquids and Dense Gases -- 4.4. Quantum Fluids Liquid Helium -- 5. Non-Metals -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Rare Gas Solids -- 5.3. Rocksalt Structure -- 5.4. Fluorite Structure -- 5.5.
Tetrahedrally Bonded Crystals -- 5.6. Useful Oxides: ?-Al203, MgO, ?-Si02, Ti02, Th02, Zr02(stab.) -- 5.7. Glasses and Glass Ceramics -- 5.8. Highly Anisotropic Crystals -- 5.9. Polymers -- 5.10. High Tc Superconductors -- 5.11.
Non-Metallic Magnetic Crystals -- 5.12. Mixed Systems, Dipoles etc. -- 6. Metals -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Cubic Metals -- 6.3. Non-Cubic Metals -- 6.4. Magnetic Metals -- 6.5. Type I and Type II Superconductors -- 6.6. Heavy
Electron Metals -- 7. Polycrystals, Composites and Aggregates -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Theory -- 7.3. Experiment -- 8. Cryocrystals, Clathrates and Curiosities -- 8.1. Cryocrystals -- 8.2. Other Rotationally Disordered Crystals --
8.3. Clathrates -- 8.4. Curiosities -- 9. Conclusion -- Appendix A. Axes and Unit Cells in Crystals -- Appendix B. Manipulating Thermodynamic Expressions -- Appendix C. Tables -- Appendix D. Commonly Used Symbols -- References
ISBN:9781461546955
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Materials science , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
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Call number:SPRINGER-1996-9781475725421:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The Dynamics of Heat
Author(s): Hans U Fuchs
Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (713 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-2542-1
Contents:Prologue A Unified View of Physical Processes -- 1 Hotness, Heat, and Energy -- 2 The Response of Uniform Bodies to Heating -- Interlude Heat Engines and the Caloric Theory of Heat -- 3 The Transport of Heat -- 4 Heat and the
Transformation and Transport of Substances -- Epilogue Steps Toward Continuum Thermodynamics -- Appendix Tables, Symbols, Glossary, and References -- A.1 Tables of Thermodynamic Properties -- A.2 Symbols used in the text -- A.3
Glossary -- A.4 References
ISBN:9781475725421
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Keywords: Physics , Thermodynamics , Continuum mechanics , Electrical engineering , Physics , Thermodynamics , Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials , Electrical Engineering
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Call number:SPRINGER-1993-9789401115148:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Introduction to Thermodynamics
Author(s): Keith Sherwin
Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (320p p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-1514-8
Contents:1 Introduction -- 1.1 Aims -- 1.2 Thermodynamics -- 1.3 Development of thermodynamics -- 1.4 Development of the steam engine -- 1.5 Development of internal combustion engines -- 1.6 System of units -- 1.7 Pressure -- 1.8 Temperature
-- 1.9 Molecular unit -- Summary -- Problems -- 2 Modelling -- 2.1 Aims -- 2.2 Problem solving -- 2.3 Understanding the problem -- 2.4 Thermodynamic system -- 2.5 Thermodynamic properties -- 2.6 Thermodynamic processes -- 2.7
Mathematical modelling -- Summary -- Problems -- 3 The first law of thermodynamics -- 3.1 Aims -- 3.2 The first law applied to a closed system -- 3.3 First law for a cycle -- 3.4 First law for a process -- 3.5 Work -- 3.6 Heat -- 3.7
Constant pressure process -- 3.8 Rate of heat transfer -- Summary -- Problems -- 4 Fluid properties -- 4.1 Aims -- 4.2 Fluids used in thermodynamic processes -- 4.3 A fluid undergoing a phase change -- 4.4 Use of vapour tables -- 4.5
Perfect gases -- 4.6 Specific heats of gases -- 4.7 Isothermal process for a perfect gas -- 4.8 Adiabatic process for a perfect gas -- 4.9 Real gases -- Summary -- Problems -- 5 Flow processes -- 5.1 Aims -- 5.2 Steady flow through an
open system -- 5.3 Flow work -- 5.4 Steady flow energy equation -- 5.5 Steady flow thermodynamic devices -- 5.6 The SFEE as a rate equation -- 5.7 Heat exchangers -- Summary -- Problems -- 6 The second law of thermodynamics -- 6.1 Aims
-- 6.2 Heat engines -- 6.3 The second law of thermodynamics -- 6.4 The absolute temperature scale -- 6.5 Temperature, efficiency and entropy -- 6.6 Reversible heat engine -- 6.7 Heat engine operating in a cycle -- 6.8 Reversibility and
entropy -- Summary -- Problems -- 7 Vapour cycles -- 7.1 Aims -- 7.2 Steam power cycles -- 7.3 The Carnot cycle -- 7.4 The Rankine cycle -- 7.5 Development of the Rankine cycle -- 7.6 Reversed Carnot cycle -- 7.7 The vapour-compression
cycle -- 7.8 Refrigerants -- 7.9 Practical refrigerator systems -- Summary -- Problems -- 8 Gas power cycles -- 8.1 Aims -- 8.2 Air-standard cycles -- 8.3 Constant temperature cycle -- 8.4 Constant volume cycle -- 8.5 Constant pressure
cycle -- Summary -- Problems -- 9 Gas turbine engines and propulsion -- 9.1 Aims -- 9.2 Gas turbine engines -- 9.3 Aircraft gas turbine engines -- 9.4 Turbojet engines -- 9.5 Ram jet engines -- Summary -- Problems -- 10 Mixture of
gases -- 10.1 Aims -- 10.2 Mixtures of perfect gases -- 10.3 Partial pressures -- 10.4 Properties of gas mixtures -- 10.5 Psychrometry -- 10.6 Psychrometric processes -- 10.7 Psychrometric energy equation -- Summary -- Problems -- 11
Combustion -- 11.1 Aims -- 11.2 Fuels -- 11.3 Combustion processes -- 11.4 Internal combustion engines -- 11.5 Steady flow combustion -- 11.6 Thermal energy of combustion -- 11.7 Adiabatic combustion -- Summary -- Problems -- 12 Heat
transfer -- 12.1 Aims -- 12.2 Modes of heat transfer -- 12.3 Overall heat transfer coefficient -- 12.4 Mean temperature difference -- 12.5 Heat exchangers -- Summary -- Problems -- Outline solutions -- Appendix A -- Al Saturated
water-steam properties -- A2 Superheated steam properties -- A3 Saturated refrigerant properties of Refrigerant-12 -- A4 Saturated refrigerant properties of Refrigerant-134a -- Appendix B -- B1 Saturation pressure of water vapour -- B2
Psychrometric chart -- Appendix C -- C 1 Enthalpy of formation -- C2 Enthalpy of gases -- References and suggested reading
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Keywords: Physics , Mechanics , Physics , Mechanics
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Title:Steam Tables in SI-Units / Wasserdampftafeln Concise Steam Tables in SI-Units (Student’s Tables) Properties of Ordinary Water Substance up to 1000°C and 100 Megapascal / Kurzgefaßte Dampftafeln in SI-Einheiten (Studententafeln) Zustandsgrößen von gewöhnlichem Wasser und Dampf bis 1000°C und 1000 bar
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Date:1990
Edition:Third, Enlarged Edition
Size:1 online resource (135 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-95604-1
Contents:I. Quantities, Constants, Units -- Table A. Quantities and Units Presented -- Table B. Constant Quantities of Ordinary Water -- Table C. Conversion of Units -- Table D. Thermodynamic Relationships between the Properties p, ?, T, s, u,
h and their Derivatives -- II. Tables of the Properties of Ordinary Water Substance -- Table 1. Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Liquid Water and Superheated Steam inclusive the Saturation Values from the Triple Point to
1000°C and 100 MPa: p, t, ?, h, u, s, cp, ?p, ?, ? (Pressure Table) -- Table 2. Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Saturated Water and Steam -- Table 3. Properties of Water at 0.1 MPa from -30 °C to the Saturation Temperature --
III. Diagrams -- Fig. 1. Dynamic Viscosity ? in the p, T-Plane -- Fig.2. Thermal Conductivity ? in the p, T-Plane -- Fig.3. Prandtl-Number Pr = ?cp / ? in the p, T-Plane -- Fig.4. Pressure-Enthalpy (log10p, h)-Diagram -- Fig. 5. T, s,
p-Surface of Water Substance -- Fig. 6. T, s-Diagram -- Fig. 7. p, ?, T-Surface of Water Substance -- Fig. 8. Mollier h, s-Diagram for Steam p ? 100MPa 50°C ? t ? 800°C -- Fig.9. Mollier h, s-Diagram for Compressed Water p ? 150MPa
-2°C ? t ? 20°C -- Fig. 10. Mollier h, s-Diagram for Compressed Water p ? 1100 MPa -22°C ? t ? 72°C -- Fig. 11. Mollier h, s-Diagram for Compressed Water p ? 2900MPa -22°C ? t ? 420°C
ISBN:9783642956041
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Keywords: Physics , Chemistry, Physical and theoretical , Chemical engineering , Thermodynamics , Electric power production , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Materials science , Physics , Thermodynamics , Theoretical and Computational Chemistry , Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Energy Technology
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Call number:SPRINGER-1989-9783642752599:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Cellular Automata and Modeling of Complex Physical Systems Proceedings of the Winter School, Les Houches, France, February 21–28, 1989
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (319 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-75259-9
Contents:I Information Theory and Statistical Physics -- Cellular Automata, Dynamics and Complexity -- Scaling Properties of a Family of Transformations Defined on Cellular Automaton Rules -- Entropy and Correlations in Dynamical Lattice
Systems -- Cellular Automata Probability Measures -- Complex Computing with Cellular Automata -- Phase Transitions of Two-State Probabilistic Cellular Automata with One Absorbing Phase -- Simulating the Ising Model on a Cellular
Automaton -- Domain Growth Kinetics: Microscopic Derivation of the t1/2 Law -- Critical Behavior in Cellular Automata Models of Growth -- II Lattice Gas Theory and Direct Applications -- Deterministic Cellular Automata with Diffusive
Behavior -- Cellular Automata Approach to Diffusion Problems -- Long-Time Decay of Velocity Autocorrelation Function of Two- Dimensional Lattice Gas Cellular Automata -- Evidence for Lagrangian Tails in a Lattice Gas -- The
Construction of Efficient Collision Tables for Fluid Flow Computations with Cellular Automata -- Lattice Boltzmann Computing on the IBM 3090 Vector Multiprocessor -- Bibliography on Lattice Gases and Related Topics -- III Modeling of
Microscopic Physical Processes -- Multi-species Lattice-Gas Automata for Realistic Fluid Dynamics -- Immiscible Lattice Gases: New Results, New Models -- Lattice Gas Simulation of 2-D Viscous Fingering -- Dynamics of Colloidal
Dispersions via Lattice-Gas Models of an Incompressible Fluid -- Strings: A Cellular Automata Model of Moving Objects -- Cellular Automata Approach to Reaction-Diffusion Systems -- Simulation of Surface Reactions in Heterogeneous
Catalysis: Sequential and Parallel Aspects -- IV Complex Macroscopic Behavior, Turbulence -- Periodic Orbits in a Coupled Map Lattice Model -- Phase Transitions in Convection Experiments -- Using Coupled Map Lattices to Unveil
Structures in the Space of Cellular Automata -- V Design of Special-Purpose Computers -- A Cellular Automata Machine -- Index of Contributors
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Keywords: Physics , Physical chemistry , Special purpose computers , Fluids , Thermodynamics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Thermodynamics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Physical Chemistry , Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems
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Call number:SPRINGER-1988-9789401093163:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Engineering Thermodynamics SI Edition
Author(s): Dwight C Look
Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (781 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-9316-3
Contents:1 Fundamental Concepts and Definitions -- 2 Physical Properties -- 3 Gases -- 4 Forms of Energy -- 5 The First Law of Thermodynamics -- 6 Thermodynamic Systems and Cyclic Processes -- 7 The Second Law of Thermodynamics -- 8 Basic
Systems and Cycles -- 9 Power Cycle Improvements and Innovations -- 10 Availability and Irreversibility -- 11 More Thermodynamic Relations -- 12 Mixtures and Psychrometrics -- 13 Elements of Combustion -- 14 Refrigeration Systems and
Heat Pumps -- 15 Thermofluid Mechanics -- 16 Introduction to Kinetic Theory and Statistical Thermodynamics -- Appendices -- A–1 Steam Tables -- Table A-1–1 Saturated Steam: Temperature Table (SI) -- Table A-1–2 Saturated Steam:
Pressure Table (SI) -- Table A-1–3 Superheated Steam (SI) -- Table A-1–4 Thermodynamic Property Calculations of Steam -- A–2 Refrigerant-12 Tables -- Table A-2–1 Saturated Refrigerant-12: Temperature Tables (SI) -- Table A–2–2
Superheated Refrigerant-12 Table (SI) -- A–3 Air Tables -- Table A-3–1 Low-Density Air (SI) -- Tale A-3–2 Saturated Air: Temperature Table (SI) -- Table A-3–3 Saturated Air: Pressure Table (SI) -- Table A-3–4 Superheated Air (SI) --
A–4 Nitrogen Tables -- Table A-4–2 Superheated Nitrogen -- A–5 Critical Constants Table -- B More History -- C Nomenclature and Conversion Factors -- Answers to Selected Problems
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Keywords: Physics , Mechanics , Physics , Mechanics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1987-9781475765502:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Solvation Thermodynamics
Author(s): Arieh Ben-Naim
Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (246 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-6550-2
Contents:1. Elementary Background -- 2. Some Specific Systems -- 3. Further Theoretical Background -- 4. On Mixing and Assimilation -- Tables of Some Physical Constants and Conversions -- List of Abbreviations -- References
ISBN:9781475765502
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Keywords: Physics , Physical chemistry , Thermodynamics , Physics , Thermodynamics , Physical Chemistry
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Call number:SPRINGER-1985-9783642824050:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The Theory of Magnetism II Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
Author(s): Daniel C Mattis
Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (184 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-82405-0
Contents:1. Introduction and Guide to This Text -- 2. Statistical Thermodynamics -- 2.1 Spins in a Magnetic Field -- 2.2 The Partition Function -- 2.3 The Concept of the Molecular Field -- 2.4 Discontinuity in Specific Heat -- 2.5 Magnetic
Susceptibility and Spontaneous Magnetization -- 2.6 Antiferromagnetism -- 2.7 Short-Ranged Versus Long-Ranged Interactions -- 2.8 Fermions, Bosons, and All That -- 2.9 Gaussian and Spherical Models -- 2.10 Magnetic Susceptibility in
Gaussian and Spherical Models -- 2.11 Spherical Antiferromagnet -- 2.12 Spherical Model Spin Glass -- 2.13 Magnetic Properties of Spin Glass -- 2.14 Thermodynamics of Magnons -- 2.15 Magnetism in Two Dimensions -- 2.16 The XY Mode1:1D
-- 2.17 The XY Model:2D -- 2.18 Transfer Matrix of Plane Rotator Model -- 3. The Ising Model -- 3.1 High Temperature Expansions -- 3.2 Graph Theory -- 3.3 Low Temperature Expansions and the Duality Relations -- 3.4 Peierls’ Proof of
Long Range Order -- 3.5 1D Ising Model in Longitudinal Fields -- 3.6 1D Ising Model in Transverse Fields -- 3.7 Concerning Quadratic Forms of Fermion Operators -- 3.8 Two-Dimensional Ising Model: The Transfer Matrix -- 3.9 Solution of
Two-Dimensional Ising Model in Zero Field -- 3.10 Spontaneous Magnetization and Magnetic Susceptibility -- 3.11 Zeros of the Partition Function -- 3.12 Miscellania, Including 2D Antiferromagnets -- 3.13 The Three-Dimensional Ising
Model -- References -- List of Tables -- Errata for The Theory of Magnetism I (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences, Vol. 17)
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Keywords: Physics , Thermodynamics , Phase transitions (Statistical physics) , Magnetism , Magnetic materials , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Magnetism, Magnetic Materials , Thermodynamics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Phase Transitions and Multiphase Systems
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Call number:SPRINGER-1984-9783642968402:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Steam Tables in SI-Units/Wasserdampftafeln Concise Steam Tables in SI-Units (Student’s Tables) Properties of Ordinary Water Substance up to 1000°C and 100 Megapascal / Kurzgefaßte Dampftafeln in SI-Einheiten (Studententafeln) Zustandsgrößen von gewöhnlichem Wasser und Dampf bis 1000°C und 1000 bar
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Date:1984
Edition:Second, Revised Edition
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-96840-2
Contents:/ Inhaltsverzeichnis -- I. Quantities, Constants, Units / Größen, Konstanten, Einheiten -- Table A. Quantities and Units Presented References for Table A / Tabelle A. Dargestellte Größen und Einheiten Literatur zu Tabelle A -- Table
B. Constant Quantities of Ordinary Water / Tabelle B. Konstante Größen von gewöhnlichem Wasser -- Table C. Conversion of Units / Tabelle C. Umrechnung von Einheiten -- II. Tables of the Properties of Ordinary Water Substance / Tafeln
der Eigenschaften von gewöhnlichem Wasser und Wasserdampf -- Table 1. Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Liquid Water and Superheated Steam inclusive the Saturation Values (Pressure Table) / Tafel 1. Thermodynamische und
Transportgrößen von Wasser und überhitztem Dampf einschließlich der Sättigungswerte (Drucktafel) -- Table 2. Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Saturated Water and Steam (Temperature Table) / Tafel 2. Thermodynamische und
Transportgrößen von gesättigtem Wasser und Dampf (Temperaturtafel -- Table 3. Properties of Water at 0.1 MPa from ?20°C to the Saturation Temperature / Tafel 3. Zustandsgrößen von Wasser bei 1 bar von ?20°C bis zur Sättigungstemperatur
-- III. Diagrams / Diagramme -- Fig. 1. Dynamic Viscosity ? in µPa s in the p, T-Plane / Bild 1. Dynamische Viskosität ? in µPa s in der p,T-Ebene -- Fig. 2. Thermal Conductivity ? in mW/K m in the p, T-Plane / Bild 2.
Wärmeleitfähigkeit ? in mW/K m in der p, T-Ebene -- Fig. 3. Prandtl-Number Pr = ? cp/? in the p, T-Plane / Bild 3. Prandtl-Zahl Pr =? cp/? in der p,T-Ebene -- Fig. 4. Pressure-Enthalpy (log10p,h)-Diagram / Bild 4. Druck-Enthalpie
(log10p,h)-Diagramm -- Fig. 5. T, s, p-Surfaceof Water Substance foldouttables / Bild 5. T, s,p-Zustandsfläche von Wasser und Dampf Ausklapptafeln -- Fig. 6. T, s-Diagram foldouttables / Bild 6. T, s-Diagramm Ausklapptafeln -- Fig.
7.p, v, T-Surface of Water Substance foldouttables / Bild 7. p, v, T-Zustandsfläche für Wasser und Dampf Ausklapptafeln -- Fig. 8. Mollier h, s-Diagram foldouttables / Bild 8. Mollier h, s-Diagramm Ausklapptafeln
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Title:Classical, Discrete Spin Models: Symmetry, Duality and Renormalization
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (257 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0033696
Contents:Spin models and their symmetry groups -- Subgroups and products of permissible groups -- Primitive and imprimitive permissible groups -- Regular groups -- Graph-theoretical constructions of permissible groups -- Tables of permissible
groups -- Duality transformation's and dual models -- Pseudo-lattices -- Homogeneous spin models on Cayley branches with surface field -- Random spin models on Cayley branches with surface field -- Spin models on recursive bond graph
sequences and fractals -- Gauge models on plaquette branches -- Critical exponents for systems on self-similar pseudo-lattices
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics: 214
Keywords: Physics , Thermodynamics , Condensed matter , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Thermodynamics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Condensed Matter Physics
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Title:Applied Mathematics An Intellectual Orientation
Author(s): Francis J Murray
Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (225 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-3312-8
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1. Vocational Aspects -- 1.2. Intellectual Attitudes -- 1.3. Opportunities in Applied Mathematics -- 1.4. Course Objectives -- Exercises -- 2. Simulations -- 2.1. Organized Efforts -- 2.2. Staging -- 2.3.
Simulations -- 2.4. Influence Block Diagram and Math Model -- 2.5. Temporal Patterns -- 2.6. Operational Flight Trainer -- 2.7. Block Diagrams -- 2.8. Equipment -- 2.9. The Time Pattern of the Simulation -- 2.10. Programming -- 2.11.
Management Considerations -- 2.12. Validity -- Exercises -- References -- 3. Understanding and Mathematics -- 3.1. Experience and Understanding -- 3.2. Unit Experience -- 3.3. The Exact Sciences -- 3.4. Scientific Understanding -- 3.5.
Logic and Arithmetic -- 3.6. Algebra -- 3.7. Axiomatic Developments -- 3.8. Analysis -- 3.9. Modern Formal Logic -- 3.10. Pure and Applied Mathematics -- 3.11. Vocational Aspects -- Exercises -- References -- 4. Ancient Mathematics --
4.1. Ancient Arithmetic -- 4.2. Egyptian Mathematics -- 4.3. Babylonian Mathematics -- 4.4. Greece -- 4.5. Euclid’s Elements -- 4.6. Magnitudes -- 4.7. Geometry and Philosophy -- 4.8. The Conic Sections -- 4.9. Parabolic Areas --
Exercises -- References -- 5. Transition and Developments -- 5.1. Algebra -- 5.2. Non-Euclidean Geometry -- 5.3. Geometric Developments -- 5.4. Geometry and Group Theory -- 5.5. Arithmetic -- 5.6. The Celestial Sphere -- 5.7. The
Motion of the Sun -- 5.8. Synodic Periods -- 5.9. Babylonian Tables -- 5.10. Geometric Formulations -- 5.11. Astronomical Experience in Terms of Accuracy -- 5.12. Optical Instruments and Developments -- Exercises -- References -- 6.
Natural Philosophy -- 6.1. Analysis -- 6.2. The Calculus -- 6.3. The Transformation of Mathematics -- 6.4. The Method of Fluxions -- 6.5. The Behavior of Substance in the Eulerian Formulation -- 6.6. The Generalized Stokes’ Theorem --
6.7. The Calculus of Variations -- 6.8. Dynamics -- 6.9. Manifolds -- 6.10. The Weyl Connection -- 6.11. The Riemannian Metric -- Exercises -- References -- 7. Energy -- 7.1. The Motion of Bodies -- 7.2. The Stress Tensor -- 7.3.
Deformation and Stress -- 7.4. An Elastic Collision -- 7.5. Thermodynamic States and Reversibility -- 7.6. Thermodynamic Functions -- 7.7. The Carnot Cycle and Entropy -- 7.8. The Relation with Applied Mathematics -- Exercises --
References -- 8. Probability -- 8.1. The Development of Probability -- 8.2. Applications -- 8.3. Probability and Mechanics -- 8.4. Relation to Thermodynamics -- 8.5. The Fine Structure of Matter -- 8.6. Analysis -- Exercises --
References -- 9. The Parado -- 9.1. Intellectual Ramifications -- 9.2. The Paradox -- 9.3. Final Comment -- Exercises -- References
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Keywords: Science , Science, general , Science, general
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Title:Microscopic Structure and Dynamics of Liquids
Author(s):
Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (524 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-0859-1
Contents:I — Basic Lectures -- Correlation Functions and Their Relationship with Experiments -- Molecular Dynamics: Principles and Applications -- Interatomic and Intermolecular Forces -- Electronic Theory of the Thermodynamics and Structure
of Liquid Metals -- Spectroscopic Methods for the Study of Local Dynamics in Polyatomic Fluids -- The Structure of Ionic Liquids -- Critical Phenomena in Fluids -- II — Seminars -- Picosecond Laser Techniques -- On Dipolar Fluids --
Orientational Correlations in Molecular Liquids -- III — Round Tables -- Fast Ion Conductors — An Introduction -- Toward a Theory of Superionic Conductors -- Superionic Conductors: The Independent Particle Model -- Quasielastic Neutron
Scattering from ?-AgI -- Single Particle and Collective Aspects of the Silver Ion Motion in ?-AgI -- B. Coherent Neutron Scattering -- C. Light Scattering -- D. Critical Phenomena -- IV — Informal Events -- A. Round Table on
Supercooled Liquids -- B. Poster Session -- Closing Address -- Liquid State Research: Why? -- Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Continuum physics , Physics , Classical Continuum Physics
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Title:Thermodynamics and transport properties
Author(s): Claus Borgnakke
Richard E. Sonntag
Date:1997
Publisher:Wiley:New York
Size:241 pgs.
Contents:A. Single State Properties, B. Properties of Pure Substances, c. Ideal Gas Tables, D. Miscellaneous Tables and Figures, E. English Unit Tables, Greek Letters, Subscripts, Superscripts
ISBN:0471121703
Keywords: Thermodynamics Tables
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Title:Microscopic thermodynamics: the kinetic theory and statistical thermodynamics of dilute gas systems
Author(s): Felix J. Pierce
Date:1968
Publisher:International Textbook Co, Scranton
Size:492 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction to Kinetic Theory, 2. Equilibrium Velocity and Speed Distribution Functions, 3. Macroscopic Equations of continuity, Motion, and Energy from Kinetic Theory, 4. Flow Viscous, Heat-Conducting Gases, 5. Introduciton to Statistical Mechanics, 6. Statistical Mechanics: Calssical and Quantum Statistics Thermodynamic Properties for Systems of Independent Particles, 7. Partition Functions, 8. Properties of Pure Gases, 9. Variable Specific-Heat Gas Flows, 10. Inert Gaseous Mixtures, 11. Reacting Gaseous Mixtures, 12. Real-Gas State Equations
Appendices: I. Some Useful Constants and Conversions, II. Some Useful Integrals and Formulas, III. Stress Strain-Rate RElations for a Newtonian Fluid, IV. Tables of Compressible Flow Functions for the Reversible Adiabatic Variable Area Flow of Variable Specific Heat Diatomic Gases, V. Some Molecular and Atomic Properties and Parameters, VI. Einstein Functions for a Simple Harmonic Oscillater
Series:International textbooks in mechanical engineering v. 1
Keywords: Kinetic theory of gases. , Statistical Thermodynamics
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Title:Statistical mechanics [Statistische Mechanik]
Author(s): Franz Schwabl
Translated by William Brewer
Date:2002
Publisher:New York: Springer
Size:573 pgs
Contents:1. Basic Principles, 2. Equilibrium Ensembles, 3. Thermodynamics, 4. Ideal Quantum Gases, 5. Real Gases, Liquids and Solutions, 6. Magnetism, 7. Phase Transitions, Renormalization Group Theory, and Percolation, 8. Brownian Movement, Stochastic Equations of Motion and Fokker-Planck Equations, 9. Boltzmann Equation, 10. Irreversibility and the Approach to Equilibrium, Appendix: A. Nernst's Theorem (Third Law), B. The Classical Limit and Quantum Corrections, C. The Perturbation Expansion, D. the Riemann Zeta Function and the Bernoulli Numbers, E. Derivation of the Ginzburg-Landau Functional, F. The Transfer Matrix Method, G. Integrals Containg the Maxwell Distribution, H. Hydrodynamics, I. Units and Tables
ISBN:3540431632
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