A CONSISTENT DESCRIPTION OF KINETICS AND HYDRODYNAMICS OF SYSTEMS OF
INTERACTING PARTICLES BY MEANS OF THE NONEQUILIBRIUM STATISTICAL OPERATOR
Authors:M.V.Tokarchuk, I.P.Omelyan, A.E.Kobryn (Institute for Condensed Matter Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine 1 Svientsitskii St., 290011 Lviv-11, Ukraine)
A statistical approach to a self-consistent description of kinetic and hydrodynamic processes in systems of interacting particles is formulated on the basis of the nonequilibrium statistical operator method by D.N.Zubarev. It is shown how to obtain the kinetic equation of the revised Enskog theory for a hard sphere model, the kinetic equations for multistep potentials of interaction and the Enskog-Landau kinetic equation for a system of charged hard spheres. The BBGKY hierarchy is analyzed on the basis of modified group expansions. Generalized transport equations are obtained in view of a self-consistent description of kinetics and hydrodynamics. Time correlation functions, spectra of collective excitations and generalized transport coefficients are investigated in the case of weakly nonequilibrium systems of interacting particles.
Key words: kinetics, hydrodynamics, kinetic equations, transport
coefficients, (time) correlation functions
Comments: Figs. 1, Refs. 181, Tabs. 0.
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