Thisnbsp;classic sets forth the fundamentals of thermodynamics clearly and simply enough to be understood by a beginning student, yet with enough subtlety and depth of thought to appeal also to more advanced readers. It elucidates fundamentals of kinetic theory and illustrates the Second Law of Thermodynamicsnbsp;withnbsp;qMaxwellas demon.qSuch currents, caused by the application of heat, and carrying this heat with them , are called convection currents. They play a most important part in natural phenomena, by causing a much more rapid diflusion of heat than would take place byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Theory of Heat|
|Author||:||James Clerk Maxwell, Peter Pesic|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2001|