By J.J. Brey, J. Marro, J.M. Rubi, M. SanMiguel
The publication goals to provide an summary of the former Sitges meetings, that have been held over the past 25 years, with specific emphasis on themes concerning non-equilibrium phenomena. It comprises overview articles and articles facing new developments within the topic, written by means of scientists who've performed a tremendous function within the improvement of this region. The publication is meant as a commemorative version of the Sitges meetings. Graduate scholars of physics and researchers will locate this a stimulating account of the advance of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics within the final years, protecting a large scope of subject matters: kinetic conception, hydrodynamics, fluctuation phenomena and stochastic procedures, leisure phenomena, kinetics of section transitions, development kinetics, etc.
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6)) are either two viscous modes or two sound modes. e. (7), ttere k0 is a cut-off wave number of the order of many inverse mean free paths [ls]. Equations (7) and (8) imply that D (and similarly the other transport coefficients) will not exist in d = 2, due to what one could call "hydrodynamic" divergences. ~ (to/t) d/2-1, implying that they do not exist in three dimensions. (1) to eliminate the above mentioned "kinetic" divergences. It is interesting to note that simultaneously and independently mode-mode coupling was introduced by Kadanoff and Swift in a discussion of the anomalous divergent behavior of the transport coefficients near a critical point [Is].
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4[~°~o~ ~O O . ,,~,'e . ~. p o ~ . ,°,,°oooooooooooooo~ t= 40000 Fig. 3 Time evolution of a system of 900 particles all interacting via the same cutoff Lennard-Jones pair potential using integer arithmetic. Half of the particles are colored white, the other half black. All velocides are reversed at ¢ = 20,000. The system then retraces its path and the initial state is fully recovered. From Ref. . 1 0 Time a) 0 . 10 , 0 e) 300 600 900 Time •-0:1[ 200 0 300 d) 600 900 Time 1200 F i g . 4 T i m e evolution of a reversible cellular a u t o m a t o n lattice gas using integer arithmetic.
25 Years of Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics: Proceedings of the XIII Sitges Conference, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, 13-17 June 1994 by J.J. Brey, J. Marro, J.M. Rubi, M. SanMiguel