Entropy Production of Main-Sequence Stars
AbstractThe entropy production (inside the volume bounded by a photosphere) of main-sequence stars is calculated based on B–V photometry data. The entropy-production distribution function and the dependences of entropy production on temperature and luminosity are obtained for these stars for the first time. A very small range of variation of specific (per volume) entropy production discovered for main-sequence stars (only 0.5 to 1.8 solar magnitudes) is an interesting result that can be crucial for understanding thermodynamic processes of stars. View Full-Text
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Martyushev, L.M.; Zubarev, S.N. Entropy Production of Main-Sequence Stars. Entropy 2015, 17, 658-668.
Martyushev LM, Zubarev SN. Entropy Production of Main-Sequence Stars. Entropy. 2015; 17(2):658-668.Chicago/Turabian Style
Martyushev, Leonid M.; Zubarev, Sergey N. 2015. "Entropy Production of Main-Sequence Stars." Entropy 17, no. 2: 658-668.