Covariant thermodynamics of an object with finite volume

@article{Nakamura2006CovariantTO,
  title={Covariant thermodynamics of an object with finite volume},
  author={Tadas K. Nakamura},
  journal={Physics Letters A},
  year={2006},
  volume={352},
  pages={175-177}
}
Abstract A covariant way to define the relativistic entropy of a finite object has been proposed. The energy–momentum in a finite volume is not a covariant physical entity because of the relativity of simultaneity. A way to correctly handle this situation is introduced and applied to the calculation of entropy. The result together with van Kampen–Israel theory gives simple and self-consistent relativistic thermodynamics. 
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