The Resource Transport processes in macroscopically disordered media : from mean field theory to percolation, Andrei A. Snarskii, Igor V. Bezsudnov, Vladimir A. Sevryukov, Alexander Morozovskiy, Joseph Malinsky

Transport processes in macroscopically disordered media : from mean field theory to percolation, Andrei A. Snarskii, Igor V. Bezsudnov, Vladimir A. Sevryukov, Alexander Morozovskiy, Joseph Malinsky

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Transport processes in macroscopically disordered media : from mean field theory to percolation
Title
Transport processes in macroscopically disordered media
Title remainder
from mean field theory to percolation
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Andrei A. Snarskii, Igor V. Bezsudnov, Vladimir A. Sevryukov, Alexander Morozovskiy, Joseph Malinsky
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eng
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Based on the authors' research, this volume is an original take on the modern theory of inhomogeneous media. It shows the reader how to use component distribution data to find the effective properties of composites, and covers many other aspects of the topic
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530.13/8
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no index present
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QC175.2
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Snarskii, Andrei A.
  • Bezsudnov, Igor V.
  • Sevryukov, Vladimir A.
  • Morozovskiy, Alexander
  • Malinsky, Joseph
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  • Transport theory
  • Mean field theory
  • Percolation (Statistical physics)
  • SCIENCE
  • SCIENCE
  • SCIENCE
  • Mean field theory
  • Percolation (Statistical physics)
  • Transport theory
  • Physics
  • Soft and Granular Matter, Complex Fluids and Microfluidics
  • Characterization and Evaluation of Materials
  • Complex Systems
  • Statistical Physics and Dynamical Systems
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Transport processes in macroscopically disordered media : from mean field theory to percolation, Andrei A. Snarskii, Igor V. Bezsudnov, Vladimir A. Sevryukov, Alexander Morozovskiy, Joseph Malinsky
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Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Methods; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Types of Macroscopically Disordered Media; 1.2 Classification of Physical Properties. Physical Analogies; References; 2 The Methods of Description of Random Media; 2.1 Effective Kinetic Coefficients, or What Do We Measure; 2.2 Correlation Length and Self-averaging; References; 3 Effective Conductivity of Macroscopically Disordered Media; 3.1 Double-Sided Estimates of the Effective Kinetic Coefficients; 3.2 Approximations of Maxwell, Garnett, and Bruggeman; 3.3 Periodically Located Inclusions; 3.4 Plain-Layered Systems; References
  • 4 Elements of Geometrical Theory of Percolation4.1 Percolation Problem; 4.2 Basic Concepts of Geometric Percolation; References; 5 Effective Conductivity of Percolation Media; 5.1 Analogy with the Phenomenological Theory of Second-Order Phase Transitions. Scaling and Critical Exponents; 5.2 Effective Conductivity as an Order Parameter. Phenomenological Description; 5.3 Calculation of Critical Indices; 5.4 Hierarchical Model of Percolation Structure; 5.5 Examples of Applications of Percolation Theory; References; 6 Self-dual Media; 6.1 Locally Isotropic Media; 6.2 Locally Anisotropic Media
  • 10.1 Effective Conductivity of the Percolation Systems in the Cases with Some Sizes Are Lesser and the Other Greater Than Percolation Length. Definition of the Problem10.2 Solution Technique; References; Processes; 11 AC Conductivity; 11.1 EMT-Approximation; 11.2 The Method of Percolation Theory; References; 12 Galvanomagnetic Properties of Macroscopically Disordered Media; 12.1 Introduction; 12.2 Layered Media in the Magnetic Field; 12.3 Dual Media in the Magnetic Field; 12.4 Strongly Inhomogeneous Media in the Vicinity of the Percolation€Threshold, Two-Dimensional Case
  • 12.5 Strong Disorder, Three-Dimensional CaseReferences; 13 Flicker-Noise (1/f-Noise); 13.1 Flicker-Noise in Inhomogeneous Media; 13.2 Flicker-Noise in Inhomogeneous Media-EMT-Approximation; 13.3 Flicker-Noise in Percolation Systems; 13.4 Abnormally High Rate of Flicker-Noise in Self-dual Media; 13.5 Flicker-Noise in the Systems with Exponentially Broad Spectrum of the Resistances; 13.6 Flicker-Noise for Fluctuation of Phase Concentration; References; 14 Higher Current Moments; 14.1 Definitions; 14.2 Critical Exponents of the Higher Current Moments; References; 15 Thermoelectric Properties
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Transport processes in macroscopically disordered media : from mean field theory to percolation, Andrei A. Snarskii, Igor V. Bezsudnov, Vladimir A. Sevryukov, Alexander Morozovskiy, Joseph Malinsky
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Methods; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Types of Macroscopically Disordered Media; 1.2 Classification of Physical Properties. Physical Analogies; References; 2 The Methods of Description of Random Media; 2.1 Effective Kinetic Coefficients, or What Do We Measure; 2.2 Correlation Length and Self-averaging; References; 3 Effective Conductivity of Macroscopically Disordered Media; 3.1 Double-Sided Estimates of the Effective Kinetic Coefficients; 3.2 Approximations of Maxwell, Garnett, and Bruggeman; 3.3 Periodically Located Inclusions; 3.4 Plain-Layered Systems; References
  • 4 Elements of Geometrical Theory of Percolation4.1 Percolation Problem; 4.2 Basic Concepts of Geometric Percolation; References; 5 Effective Conductivity of Percolation Media; 5.1 Analogy with the Phenomenological Theory of Second-Order Phase Transitions. Scaling and Critical Exponents; 5.2 Effective Conductivity as an Order Parameter. Phenomenological Description; 5.3 Calculation of Critical Indices; 5.4 Hierarchical Model of Percolation Structure; 5.5 Examples of Applications of Percolation Theory; References; 6 Self-dual Media; 6.1 Locally Isotropic Media; 6.2 Locally Anisotropic Media
  • 10.1 Effective Conductivity of the Percolation Systems in the Cases with Some Sizes Are Lesser and the Other Greater Than Percolation Length. Definition of the Problem10.2 Solution Technique; References; Processes; 11 AC Conductivity; 11.1 EMT-Approximation; 11.2 The Method of Percolation Theory; References; 12 Galvanomagnetic Properties of Macroscopically Disordered Media; 12.1 Introduction; 12.2 Layered Media in the Magnetic Field; 12.3 Dual Media in the Magnetic Field; 12.4 Strongly Inhomogeneous Media in the Vicinity of the Percolation€Threshold, Two-Dimensional Case
  • 12.5 Strong Disorder, Three-Dimensional CaseReferences; 13 Flicker-Noise (1/f-Noise); 13.1 Flicker-Noise in Inhomogeneous Media; 13.2 Flicker-Noise in Inhomogeneous Media-EMT-Approximation; 13.3 Flicker-Noise in Percolation Systems; 13.4 Abnormally High Rate of Flicker-Noise in Self-dual Media; 13.5 Flicker-Noise in the Systems with Exponentially Broad Spectrum of the Resistances; 13.6 Flicker-Noise for Fluctuation of Phase Concentration; References; 14 Higher Current Moments; 14.1 Definitions; 14.2 Critical Exponents of the Higher Current Moments; References; 15 Thermoelectric Properties
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