Thermodynamics and Energy

   

Entropy Gradient and Relative Entropy of Physical Systems

Authors: Daniele Sasso

Classical thermodynamics is founded on three principles and on the concept of entropy in which heat and temperature are considered physical quantities that are necessary for describing the behaviour of thermodynamic systems. The Principle of Specific Entropy has shown the concept of entropy can be extended to all physical systems with an appropriate choice of energy and of physical quantity that are involved in the physical process. New concepts of entropy gradient and of relative entropy allow to study physical systems from a different viewpoint and to extend their knowledge.

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