Description 
1 online resource (x, 344 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color) 
Contents 
Introduction  Theory for Thermal Wave Control: Transformation Complex Thermotics  Theory for Thermoelectric Effect Control: Transformation Nonlinear Thermoelectricity  Theory for ZeroIndex Conductive Cloaks: ConstantTemperature Scheme  Theory for HeleShaw Convective Cloaks: Bilayer scheme  Theory for Coupled Thermoelectric Metamaterials: Bilayer Scheme 
Summary 
This open access book describes the theory of transformation thermotics and its extended theories for the active control of macroscopic thermal phenomena of artificial systems, which is in sharp contrast to classical thermodynamics comprising the four thermodynamic laws for the passive description of macroscopic thermal phenomena of natural systems. This monograph consists of two parts, i.e., inside and outside metamaterials, and covers the basic concepts and mathematical methods, which are necessary to understand the thermal problems extensively investigated in physics, but also in other disciplines of engineering and materials. The analyses rely on models solved by analytical techniques accompanied by computer simulations and laboratory experiments. This monograph can not only be a bridge linking three firstclass disciplines, i.e., physics, thermophysics, and materials science, but also contribute to interdisciplinary development 
Analysis 
Theoretical Thermotics 

Transformation Thermotics 

Thermal Metamaterial 

Thermal Wave 

Thermal Cloak 

Thermal Concentrator 

Thermal Rotator 

Thermal Sensor 

Spatiotemporal Modulation 

Diffusive Fizeau Drag 

Thermal Willis Coupling 

Thermal Refraction 

Thermal Dipole 

Thermal Nonreciprocity 

Thermal Conductivity 

Complex Thermal Conductivity 

Thermal Geometric Phase 

Thermal Edge State 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references 
Notes 
English 

Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 19, 2022) 
Subject 
Thermodynamics.


Metamaterials  Thermal properties


Thermoelectric materials.


Thermodynamics.


Thermoelectric materials.

Form 
Electronic book

Author 
Huang, JiPing, author.

ISBN 
9789811959080 

9811959080 

9788981195908 

8981195900 
