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Classical thermodynamics, heat transfer: study of the flow of heat through matter, including phase change and combustion. Historically, the source of Fourier series.

For thermodynamics of solids, See 73B30.

There is only one division (80A) but it is subdivided:

- 80A05: Foundations
- 80A10: Classical thermodynamics
- 80A15: Thermodynamics of mixtures
- 80A20: Heat and mass transfer, heat flow
- 80A22: Stefan problems, phase changes, etc.
- 80A23: Inverse problems
- 80A25: Combustion, interior ballistics
- 80A30: Chemical kinetics, See also 92C45, 92E20
- 80A32: Chemically reacting flows, See also 92C45, 92E20
- 80A50: Chemistry (general) See mainly 92Exx
- 80A97: Mathematically heuristic classical thermodynamics (must also be assigned at least one other classification number in this section) [to be deleted in MSC2000]
- 80A99: Miscellaneous topics

This is among the smaller areas in the Math Reviews database.

Starting in the year 2000 the material will be collected into two subareas, 80A: Thermodynamics and heat transfer, and 80M: Basic methods .

Browse all (old) classifications for this area at the AMS.

Lieb, Elliott H.; Yngvason, Jakob: "A guide to entropy and the second law of thermodynamics", Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 45 (1998), no. 5, 571--581. MR99c:80002 original article

nekton - fluid flow and heat transfer

Finite Element Heat and Mass Transfer Code

- CPED Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Group
- Heat Transfer, Thermal Analysis, Thermal Products
- Inverse Problems pages
- Here are the AMS and Goettingen resource pages for area 80.
- The Net Advance of Physics

- Illustration of a modelling project: what to consider in the cooling of a cup of water.
- What's the formula for windchill?
- The formula used to determine wind chill.
- Some data for modelling the heating of a house

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