Thermodynamical analysis and constitutive equations for a mixture of viscous Korteweg fluids

@article{Gorgone2021ThermodynamicalAA,
  title={Thermodynamical analysis and constitutive equations for a mixture of viscous Korteweg fluids},
  author={Matteo Gorgone and Francesco Oliveri and Patrizia Rogolino},
  journal={Physics of Fluids},
  year={2021}
}
A complete thermodynamical analysis for a binary mixture of viscous Korteweg fluids with two velocities and two temperatures is developed. The constitutive functions are allowed to depend on the diffusion velocity and the specific internal energies of both constituents, together with their first gradients, on the symmetric part of the gradient of barycentric velocity, as well as on the mass density of the mixture and the concentration of one of the constituents, together with their first and… 
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