Special features of short-duration processes in condensed media

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The problem of the short-duration processes is considered on the base of the nonlocal theory of non-equilibrium transport, taking into account inertial effects. The system temporal evolution out of equilibrium connected to the dynamic structure transition described by the Speed-Gradient principle (SG-principle or SGP) developed in control theory and cybernetic physics. In the manuscript, we show that retardation of the system response to the short-duration loading due to inertial effects influences on the system evolution and can change its direction. The response to the shock loading of condensed matter is compared to quasi-stationary loading in a wide range of conditions. The short duration loading can lead the system into the structure unstable state and even give rise to self-organization of turbulent structures in the medium. The use of SGP for the modelling of such processes opens new possibilities to control them.
Original languageEnglish
Article number012031
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Issue number012031
StatePublished - Oct 2021
Event Международная мультидисциплинарная конференция «Перспективная элементная база микро- и наноэлектроники с использованием современных достижений теоретической физики», Москва, МГОУ, 20-23 апреля 2021 - Московский областной государственный университет, Москва, Russian Federation
Duration: 20 Apr 202123 Apr 2021

Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)


  • неравновесные процессы
  • пластическая деформация
  • релаксация
  • производствво энтропии


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