Transport and Rate Processes in Physical & Biological SystemsBy
- Yasar Demirel, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
- Yasar Demirel, Virginia Tech, Virginia, USA
The book begins with a brief review of equilibrium systems and transport and rate processes, then covers the following areas: theory of nonequilibrium thermodynamics; dissipation function; entropy and exergy; analysis and case studies on using the second law of thermodynamics; economic impact of the nonequilibrium thermodynamics theory; analysis of transport and rate processes; membrane transport; dissipative structures and biological systems; and other thermodynamic approaches and extended nonequilibrium thermodynamics.
For graduate students and researchers working in the following areas: physics, chemistry, biology, chemical engineering, biochemical engineering and biomedical engineering.
Hardbound, 420 Pages
Published: November 2002