By Yuan Dong
This thesis stories the overall warmth conduction legislation, irreversible thermodynamics and the dimensions impact of thermal conductivity exhibited in nanosystems from the point of view of lately built thermomass conception. The derivation bridges the microscopic phonon Boltzmann equation and macroscopic continuum mechanics. Key strategies akin to entropy construction, temperature and the Onsager reciprocal relation are revisited on the subject of non-Fourier warmth conduction. finally, worthwhile expressions are extracted from the image of phonon fuel dynamics and are used to effectively expect powerful thermal conductivity in nanosystems.
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2 Chapman–Enskog Expansion In Sect. 1 it is assumed that the phonon distribution function is approximated by fD, which is reasonable only in pure crystals at low temperature. In other cases the 2 Dynamical Governing Equations … 36 Umklapp scattering, impurity scattering, and other momentum breaking processes will continuously draw f away from fD, which relaxes back to fD with a relaxation time τN. The second derivative of heat flux is proportional to τN in Eq. 7 with a scale coefﬁcient τRτNvs2/5.