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1 MSNMGP - Modélisation et Simulation Numérique en Mécanique et Génie des Procédés 2 CIRAM - Department of Mathematics and Research Center of Applied Mathematics

Abstract : We present a classical approach of a mixture of compressible fluids when each constituent has its own temperature. The introduction of an average temperature together with the entropy principle dictates the classical Fick law for diffusion and also novel constitutive equations associated with the difference of temperatures between the components. The constitutive equations fit with results recently obtained through Maxwellian iteration procedure in extended thermodynamics theory of multitemperature mixtures. The differences of temperatures between the constituents imply the existence of a new dynamical pressure even if the fluids have a zero bulk viscosity. The nonequilibrium dynamical pressure can be measured and may be convenient in several physical situations as for example in cosmological circumstances where - as many authors assert - a dynamical pressure played a major role in the evolution of the early universe.

Keywords : Multitemperature mixture of fluids Dynamical pressure Diffusion Nonequilibrium thermodynamics





Author: Henri Gouin - Tommaso Ruggeri -

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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