Meeting the Entropy Challenge: An International Thermodynamics Symposium in Honor and Memory of Professor Joseph H. Keenan
American Institute of Physics, 2008 - Science - 382 pages
All papers have been peer-reviewed. World renowned experts gathered in symposium style to explore the role of the second law and entropy in quantum theory, cosmology, biology, nonequilibrium, and energy. Their exciting discussions about recent advances and open fundamental challenges, paint an excellent state of the art of frontier research about thermodynamics in science and engineering.
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Introduction to the Keenan Symposium
Professor Keenans Contribution to Thermodynamics
Where Is the Entropy Challenge?
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