The Mechanical Theory Of Heat (1879) Rudolf Clausius

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The Mechanical Theory Of Heat (1879) by Rudolf Clausius
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The review from Amazon.com reviewerAt last Im able to read Clausius own train of thought when deriving the concept of Entropy and at last, too, the ideas made click, for Thermodynamics is such a strange science -simply put, it uses a motor toMoreThe review from Amazon.com reviewerAt last Im able to read Clausius own train of thought when deriving the concept of Entropy and at last, too, the ideas made click, for Thermodynamics is such a strange science -simply put, it uses a motor to extract a fundamental law of nature- that I had to hear the voice one of the original actors of the incredible mise en scene of this body of knowledge.Up to now, I always had a strange feeling when reading about the second law: that even though I could understand it, I was unable of making it mine, probably because I couldnt form the idea of how somebody could have thought about infinitely close Carnot engines, the obtaining of Q/T and Equivalence of Transformations, to mention a few of his concepts.All the deductions in modern books -although based on Clausius ideas- seemed artificial.

Even after devouring Cardwells From Watt to Clausius: The Rise of Thermodynamics in the Early Industrial Age (History of Science and Technology Reprint Series) my feelings didnt changed. Now, Im relieved because I can follow him with peace of mind, knowing that there existed such a person, such a mind and such concomitant chain of thoughts.¿Could that be done again, in the same way, in October of 2009 and beyond?In my search of his original papers in a language that I could read (Spanish or English), the closest I had arrived was in Magies, A Source Book in Physics (Source Books in the History of the Sciences) but to my dismay, when he presents Clausius paper on Entropy,(page 234),just in the most important part where I was expecting to see the authors mathematical deduction,as in a surreal dream, Magie does not include them and begins straight out with We obtain the equation...The Holy Grail of Understanding was once more aparted after barely seeing its shadow and I had to wait many more years to drink from it.Product descriptionIf you HATE the book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words, this book is for you.We dont use OCRd book technology (Optical character recognition, usually abbreviated to OCR, is the mechanical or electronic translation of scanned images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text into machine-encoded text) to make the kindle version but we bring to you by THE SCANNING OR PHOTOGRAPH PROCESS.

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