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Fyika of equilibrium thermodynamic system expressed by potentials. Thermodynamic properties of photons file. Dependence of thermodynamic potentials of the number of particles in the system.
Phase transitions classification, Clausius-Clapeyron equation, Ehrenfest equations, Landau theory of phase transition, the behavior near critical point.
Syllabus – Czech English. Probability description, distribution function, density of states, kinetic stayistick equation, ergodic assumption, the principle of detailed balance.
Statistická fyzika – Jozef Kvasnica – Google Books
The second law of thermodynamics. Classical limit of quantum theory, Liouville theorem, density matrix, Liouville equation, equipartition theorem, fermions, bosons. Quantisation of velocity and energy, velocity distribution, equation of state, heat capacities cV and cP, isothermal, adiabatic and Joule expansions, real gas.
The lecture aims to give an overview on basic concepts, methods and results of classical kvasnixa and statistical physics. Grand canonical partition function. First-order phase transitions, phase diagram.
Classical thermodynamics, extensive and intensive variables, heat engines, Carnot cycle, thermodynamic potentials, their properties and significance, thermodynamic relations, partial derivatives, Maxwell relations, relations involving cV and cP, electrical cell.
Fundamentals of statistical and thermal physics. Collect the basic principles of thermodynamics and statistical physics Define the physical quantities for describing statistical ensembles with great numer of particles Apply the simple mathematical methods for describing of the thermodynamic phenomene Interpret the knowlidges from the mathematical statistics for solving of statistical physical problems.
Basic concepts of thermodynamics, the state of thermodynamic equilibrium, the first and second postulate of thermodynamics. Classification of phase transitions. Microstates, macrostates, ensemble of systems. Fundamentals of nonequilibrium statistical physics Evolution equations for nonequilibrium ensemble BBGKY equationsthe kinetic Boltzmann equation, Boltzmann H theorem.
Concepts of probability theory and mathematical statistics in statistical physics. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Deterministic methods – molecular dynamics, stochastic methods – Monte Carlo. Statistkck of Mathematics and Physics.
PřF:F Therm. and stat. phys. – Course Information
Fundamentals of statistical mechanics Classical statistical mechanics Macroscopic and microscopic states, ergodic systems and thermodynamic limit. Course succeeds to compulsory courses of previous semester. Systems with variable contents, Grand canonical Gibbs distribution, chemical potential, grand partition function sumFermi-Dirac distribution, Bose-Einstein distribution, electron gas, Planck distribution, Debye theory of heat capacity.
Boltzmann-Gibbs definition, kanonical distribution, the law of increase of entropy, configurational entropy, the connection between equilibrium entropy and heat, Third law of thermodynamics. Force, work, and heat. The relation of thermodynamics, statistical physics and mechanics, phase space, microstate and macrostate, statistical ensemble, time and ensemble averaging, fluctuations, homogeneous and heterogeneous systems, thermodynamic equilibrium, energy in thermodynamic systems, adiabatic processes, reversible and dissipative work, First law of thermodynamics, Second law of thermodynamics.
The partition function, partition sum integral.
The transition to quantum statistics. Entropy, entropy associated with the heat capacities of the system. Faculty of Mathematics and Physics.