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A simple thermodynamic framework for heat-conducting flows of mixtures of two interacting fluids

@inproceedings{Malek2021AST,
  title={A simple thermodynamic framework for heat-conducting flows of mixtures of two interacting fluids},
  author={Josef M'alek and Ondvrej Souvcek},
  year={2021}
}
Within the theory of interacting continua, we develop a model for a heat conducting mixture of two interacting fluids described in terms of the densities and the velocities for each fluid and the temperature field for the mixture as a whole. We use a general thermodynamic framework that determines the response of the material from the knowledge of two pieces of information, namely how the material stores the energy and how the entropy is produced. This information is expressed in the form of… 

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