# Fb2 From Hyperbolic Systems to Kinetic Theory: A Personalized Quest (Lecture Notes of the Unione Matematica Italiana) ePub

## by Luc Tartar

Category: | Mathematics |

Subcategory: | Science books |

Author: | Luc Tartar |

ISBN: | 3540775617 |

ISBN13: | 978-3540775614 |

Language: | English |

Publisher: | Springer; 2008 edition (April 10, 2008) |

Pages: | 282 |

Fb2 eBook: | 1270 kb |

ePub eBook: | 1564 kb |

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Equations of state are not always effective in continuum mechanics. Maxwell and Boltzmann created a kinetic theory of gases, using classical mechanics.

Equations of state are not always effective in continuum mechanics. How could they derive the irreversible Boltzmann equation from a reversible Hamiltonian framework? By using probabilities, which destroy physical reality! Forces at distance are non-physical as we know from Poincaré's theory of relativity

A Personalized Quest. This is a very nice book devoted to hyperbolic systems of conservation laws. Bibliographic Information. From Hyperbolic Systems to Kinetic Theory. A Personalized Quest.

A Personalized Quest. A much-needed critical look at Maxwell and Boltzmann’s theories. Uses H-measures to explain some of the weaknesses in the theory. Lecture Notes of the Unione Matematica Italiana.

The book is well organized. Tartar is excellent in bringing out the essence of ideas and methods. How could they derive the irreversible Boltzmann equation from a reversible Hamiltonian framework?

The book is well organized. The monograph is an interesting read from more than one point of view. First, the mathematically literate reader finds an extensive. All in all, a remarkable book. How could they derive the irreversible Boltzmann equation from a reversible Hamiltonian framework? By using probabilities, which destroy physical reality!

Luc Tartar studied at Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, France, 1965-1967, where he was taught by Laurent Schwartz and Jacques-Louis Lions in mathematics, and by Jean Mandel in continuum mechanics.

Luc Tartar studied at Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, France, 1965-1967, where he was taught by Laurent Schwartz and Jacques-Louis Lions in mathematics, and by Jean Mandel in continuum mechanics. He taught at UniversitA(c) Paris IX-Dauphine, Paris, France, 1971-1974, at University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1974-1975, at UniversitA(c) de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France, 1975-1982.

Maxwell and Boltzmann created a kinetic theory of gases, using classical mechanics. How could they derive the irreversible Boltzmann equation from a reversible Hamiltonian framework? By using probabilities, which destroy physical reality! Forces at distance are non-physical as we know from Poincare's theor Equations of state are not always effective in continuum mechanics. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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This fascinating book, penned by Luc Tartar of America’s Carnegie Mellon University, starts from the premise that equations of state are not always effective in continuum mechanics. Tartar relies on H-measures, a tool created for homogenization, to explain some of the weaknesses in the theory. These include looking at the subject from the point of view of quantum mechanics. Here, there are no "particles", so the Boltzmann equation and the second principle, can’t apply.