Continuum Thermodynamics
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W12E001  ZK  3P+0C 
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 Department of Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics
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Thermodynamic system. Thermodynamic quantities, states  I. Law of thermodynamics. Thermodynamic process, entropy  II. Law of thermodynamics. Principles of the constitutive theory of real materials. Consequences of the principle of the time irreversibility of processes and the principle of the maximum probability of states. Constitutive relations for thermoviscoelastic solids, thermoviscoelastic fluids. Thermodynamic conditions of the state stability. classical nonequilibrium thermodynamics, the principle of the minimum energy dissipation and the principle of the minimum entropy production. The extended nonequilibrium thermodynamics, generalized entropy definition for local nonequilibrium states.
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Motion and deformation. Tensor of infinitesimal and finite deformations. Deformation of elements of curves areas and volumes. Material derivatives of scalars, vectors and tensors. Material curves, areas and volumes. Material derivatives of integrals and Helmholtz?s theorems. Extensive and intensive quantities and balance laws.
Thermodynamic system. Thermodynamic quantities, states  I. Law of thermodynamics. Thermodynamic process, entropy  II. Law of thermodynamics. Principles of the constitutive theory of real materials. Consequences of the principle of the time irreversibility of processes and the principle of the maximum probability of states. Constitutive relations for thermoviscoelastic solids, thermoviscoelastic fluids. Thermodynamic conditions of the state stability. classical nonequilibrium thermodynamics, the principle of the minimum energy dissipation and the principle of the minimum entropy production. The extended nonequilibrium thermodynamics, generalized entropy definition for local nonequilibrium states.
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F.Maršík : Continuum Thermodynamics, Academia, Prague, 1999 (in Czech)
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