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Overview

In 2007, Kriz, in his “Thermodynamic Case Study: Gibbs’ Thermodynamic Graphical Method”, began detailing some of the graphical thermodynamics representations of Willard Gibbs; the following is an example of Kriz's illustrative work, which shows Maxwell's graphical model based on Gibbs' original graphical method; information highlighted in light blue shows a connection to the equation of state: [2]

See also

● Vladimir Arnold

● Frank Wienhold

● William Cropper

References

1. (a) Kriz, Ronald. (2007). “Thermodynamic Case Study: Gibbs’ Thermodynamic Graphical Method”, sv.VT.edu.

(b) Coy, Daniel Charles. (1993). "Visualizing thermodynamic stability and phase-equilibrium through computer graphics", Ph.D. dissertation, Iowa State University.

2. Kriz, Ronald D. (2007). “Thermodynamic Case Study: Gibbs’ Thermodynamic Graphical Method: Envisioning Total Derivatives of a Scalar Function with Two Independent Variables as Raised Surfaces and Tangent Planes.” Sv.Vt.edu.

External links

● Ronald D. Kriz – Virginia Tech.

**Ronald D. Kriz**(1948-) is an American engineer noted for his in depth work and online articles on__graphical thermodynamics__methods of Willard Gibbs, James Maxwell (Maxwell’s thermodynamic surface), James Thomson (__Thomson’s thermodynamic surface__), and the recent computer implementation of the latter in the works of Daniel Charles Coy. [1]Overview

In 2007, Kriz, in his “Thermodynamic Case Study: Gibbs’ Thermodynamic Graphical Method”, began detailing some of the graphical thermodynamics representations of Willard Gibbs; the following is an example of Kriz's illustrative work, which shows Maxwell's graphical model based on Gibbs' original graphical method; information highlighted in light blue shows a connection to the equation of state: [2]

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See also

● Vladimir Arnold

● Frank Wienhold

● William Cropper

References

1. (a) Kriz, Ronald. (2007). “Thermodynamic Case Study: Gibbs’ Thermodynamic Graphical Method”, sv.VT.edu.

(b) Coy, Daniel Charles. (1993). "Visualizing thermodynamic stability and phase-equilibrium through computer graphics", Ph.D. dissertation, Iowa State University.

2. Kriz, Ronald D. (2007). “Thermodynamic Case Study: Gibbs’ Thermodynamic Graphical Method: Envisioning Total Derivatives of a Scalar Function with Two Independent Variables as Raised Surfaces and Tangent Planes.” Sv.Vt.edu.

External links

● Ronald D. Kriz – Virginia Tech.