The minimum entropy production principle

The minimum entropy production principle It seems intuitively reasonable that Gibbs' variational principle determining the conditions of heterogeneous equilibrium can be generalized to nonequilibrium conditions. That is, a nonequilibrium steady state should be the one that makes some kind of generalized entropy production stationary; and even in the presence of irreversible fluxes, the condition for migrational equilibrium should still be the equality of some generalized chemical potentials.

Authors: Jaynes E.T.Pages: 23     Year: 1980

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