1 edition of Propagation in systems far from equilibrium found in the catalog.
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|Statement||editors, J.E. Wesfreid ... [et al.].|
|Series||Springer series in synergetics -- 41.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||X, 425 p.|
|Number of Pages||425|
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- The "unfolding" of large-scale, low-frequency behavior in weakly confined homogeneous systems driven far from equilibrium, and more specifically, the envelope approach to the mathematical description of textures in different cases: steady cells, propagating waves, structural defects, and phase instabilities.
Propagation in Systems Far from Equilibrium: Introduction and Overview. January ; DOI: /_1. In book: Propagation in Systems. At absolute thermodynamic equilibrium, a given macrosopic system rests in a structureless and time-independent state. It can be brought out of equilibrium in several ways.
A first possibility is to Cited by: 4. Get this from a library. Propagation in systems far from equilibrium: proceedings of the workshop, Les Houches, France, March[J E Wesfreid;].
Fundamental Physics and Chemistry: Space Science in the Twenty-First Century -- Imperatives for the Decades to () Chapter: 4. Systems Far from Equilibrium.
Such systems are necessarily far from equilibrium. Finally, because far-from-equilibrium phenomena are so common in everyday life and underlie so many societal concerns, they provide a rich context for education and learning, for the next generation of scientists as well as for the general public.
HOW DO SYSTEMS REACH THE FAR-FROM-EQUILIBRIUM. Get this from a library. Propagation in Systems Far from Equilibrium: Proceedings of the Workshop, Les Houches, France, March[José E Wesfreid; Helmut R Brand; Paul Manneville; Gilbert Albinet; Nino Boccara] -- Macroscopic physics provides us with a great variety of pattern-forming systems displaying propagation phenomena, from reactive fronts in combustion, to wavy structures.
where β ≥ 0 is a real-valued scalar that controls whether the output y is pushed toward the target d or not, and by how much. We call β the “influence parameter” or “clamping factor.” The total energy F is the sum of two potential energies: the internal potential E that models the interactions within the network, and the external potential βC that models how the targets influence Cited by: The proceedings discuss the theoretical methods used to describe a chemical system which is far from the equilibrium state, and this is illustrated by selected applications.
Special attention is paid to very fast chemical reactions and systems in which external or internal noise is present.