Online ISSN: 2521-0246 | Print ISSN: 2523-0573
Volume 6 Number 4 December 2022
On the Base Role of Entropy in the Unified Theories of Mechanics with Some of the New Independent ApplicationsPages: 23-29
Authors: Saeed Shahsavari*, Farzad Soleymani
This article examines and studies the base role as well as some of the independent special applications of entropy in unified theories for direct use in problem analysis as well as application in equation integration of mechanics and thermodynamics. Today, entropy has become a concept beyond what is introduced in classical thermodynamics. In classical thermodynamics, entropy is considered as a governing law, and in fact, any process that establishes the first law is a feasible process if the second law is established. While in some special applications that are generally proposed in unified mechanical theories, entropy has been directly included in the analysis of problems and has become a direct basic concept to study relevant problem. What causes this special role for entropy in unified theories is related to the depth and wide range of applications of the second law of thermodynamics in physics as well as natural phenomena.