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Energodynamics by Valery Etkin


Energodynamics by Valery Etkin

The book concentrates most attention on the synthesis of the basics of fundamental disciplines and on the deductive substantiation of fundamental principles, laws and equations for equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics, classic and quantum mechanics, the theory of heat- and mass-exchange, hydrodynamics and electrodynamics. A considerable attention is also paid to the development and experimental verification of a number of new applications the theory provides, as well as to the analysis and elimination of the paralogisms discovered from the positions of energodynamics in the majority of fundamental disciplines.

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Publication date

25th January 2011


Valery Etkin

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480 pages


Science: general issues



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