Katalin Gambár

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Following the method of classical mechanics, we calculate the action for Fourier heat conduction from the classical Hamilton-Jacobi equation. We can write a Schrödinger-type equation and we obtain its solution, the kernel by which we may introduce a kind of wave function. Mathematically, we follow Bohm's method introduced to quantum mechanics. The(More)
Recent progress in nanoscale materials science has pushed the basic research on physical effects while going to such length scales. Particularly, the study of size effects on heat conductivity has attracted much theoretical and experimental interest. In this work we explore the possibilities to study such kinds of phenomena through the quantization of the(More)
We have shown in our previous works how to introduce the quantization procedure into the theory of heat conduction. In the present paper we point out where and why we need to complete the previous results to obtain the Hamiltonian by which we can bring ‘zero point’ energy into the theory of thermal field. We calculate the energy and the quasi-particle(More)
In the present Rapid Communication we calculate the density matrix of heat conduction based on the field theory of nonequilibrium thermodynamics, which was worked out in the last 10 years. Applying these results we can discuss the existence of the maximal temperature and a possible upper limit for its value. We point out, proposing relevant physical(More)
We introduce an abstract scalar field and a covariant field equation, by which we make an attempt to connect the Fourier heat conduction and wave-like heat propagation. This field can be the generalization of the usual temperature from a dynamical point of view. It is shown that a kind of effective mass of this thermal process can be calculated. Finally, we(More)
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