Authors: Etkin V.A.
The conclusion of the interconnected transfer processes kinetic equations is offered from the first principles of energodynamics and is shown, that phenomenological laws of independent processes contain in contrary to Onsager's postulate unique (resultant) force whose disappearance conducts to the termination of this process. It allows to reduce number of phenomenological coefficients in them with n (n+1)/2 to n and to extend the thermodynamic theory of the transfer processes to nonlinear systems and the conditions far from equilibrium
Comments: 9 Pages. In Russian
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