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1st ed. 
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Summary 
The most important result obtained by Prof. B. Alexeev and reflected in the book is connected with new theory of transport processes in gases, plasma and liquids. It was shown by Prof. B. Alexeev that wellknown Boltzmann equation, which is the basement of the classical kinetic theory, is wrong in the definite sense. Namely in the Boltzmann equation should be introduced the additional terms which generally speaking are of the same order of value as classical ones. It leads to dramatic changing in transport theory. The coincidence of experimental and theoretical data became much better. Particularly it leads to the strict theory of turbulence and possibility to calculate the turbulent flows from the first principles of physics. Boltzmann equation (BE) is valid only for particles, which can be considered as material points, generalized Boltzmann equation (GBE) removes this restriction. GBE contains additional terms in comparison with BE, which cannot be omitted GBE leads to strict theory of turbulence GBE gives all microscale turbulent fluctuations in tabulated closed analytical form for all flows GBE leads to generalization of electrodynamic Maxwell equations GBE gives new generalized hydrodynamic equations (GHE) more effective than classic NavierStokes equations GBE can be applied for description of flows for intermediate diapason of Knudsen numbers Asymptotical solutions of GBE remove contradictions in the theory of Landau damping in plasma. 
Contents 
Preface  Historical introduction and the problem formulation  Chapter 1. Generalized Boltzmann Equation  Chapter 2. Theory of generalized hydrodynamic equations  Chapter 3. Strict theory of turbulence and some applications of the generalized hydrodynamic theory  Chapter 4. Physics of a weakly ionized gas  Chapter 5. Kinetic coefficients in the theory of the generalized kinetic equations  Chapter 6. Some applications of the generalized Boltzmann physical kinetics  Chapter 7. Numerical simulation of vortex gas flow using the generalized Euler equations  Chapter 8. Generalized Boltzmann physical kinetics in physics of plasma and liquids  Appendix 1. Derivation of energy equation for invariant E_alpha = (m_alpha V_alpha^2)/2 + epsilon_alpha  Appendix 2. Threediagonal method of Gauss elimination technique for the differential third order equation  Appendix 3. Some integral calculations in the generalized NavierStokes approximation  Appendix 4. Threediagonal method of Gauss elimination technique for the differential second order equation  Appendix 5. Characteristic scales in plasma physics  Appendix 6. Dispersion relations in the generalized Boltzmann kinetic theory neglecting the integral collision term  References  Subject index. 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 361366) and index. 
Note 
Print version record. 
Subject 
MaxwellBoltzmann distribution law.


Distribution de MaxwellBoltzmann.


SCIENCE  Mechanics  General.


MaxwellBoltzmann distribution law. (OCoLC)fst01012685


BoltzmannGleichung


Kinetische Gastheorie


MaxwellBoltzmann, Distribution de.

Other Form: 
Print version: Alexeev, Boris V. Generalized Boltzmann physical kinetics. 1st ed. Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2004 0444515828 9780444515827 (DLC) 2004047124 (OCoLC)54929302 
ISBN 
1423708016 (electronic bk.) 

9781423708018 (electronic bk.) 

0080478018 

9780080478012 

1281008869 

9781281008862 

9780444515827 

0444515828 
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AU@ 000048129459 

AU@ 000059689175 

DEBBG BV039831935 

DEBBG BV042311016 

DEBSZ 277405866 

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