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It is very interesting to analyze its structure: the dissipation function is a scalar quantity expressed as the sum of three terms. Each term is the contraction (or double contraction) of two tensors with the same rank. Notice that for each one of the three contractions, one of the contracted terms is precisely one of the three unknown fluxes we had to introduce in the formulation of the balance laws, as discussed at the end of Sect. 5. These fluxes are the heat flux Q, the deviatoric stress tensor Π and the diffusion fluxes Jk , referred to as dissipative fluxes.

The intensity of the fluctuations is determined by equal-time correlation functions and the dynamical properties of the fluctuations by time-dependent correlation functions. The Fourier transforms of these correlations functions for the fluctuating density are commonly referred to as static and dynamic structure factors, respectively. These concepts, to be introduced in the present chapter, will be of great importance throughout the book. There are two general methods to deduce the appropriate expressions for the time-dependent correlations of the fluctuating hydrodynamic variables in fluids in thermodynamic-equilibrium states.

90) to as “free-slip” boundary condition. When any surfacetension effects are neglected, the vertical z-component of Eq. 83) for a free boundary becomes the same as that for a rigid boundary. 82) for the mass flux, the most realistic case to be considered is that of an impermeable wall. For a binary mixture, this means that the solute cannot diffuse in the wall, so that J2 = 0. 66) for a binary mixture into Eq. 82) , neglecting barodiffusion and dropping the index 1 for the fields in the fluids, we obtain: ∂z c + kT ∂z T = 0.

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