Thermodynamic Flow

Will be published in "Thermodynamic Interactions: An Exploration into Material, Physiological and Territorial Atmospheres", 2016

A thermodynamic flow occurs whenever there is an energy difference —a temperature, pressure or height gradient— between two systems.

For instance, in an air transfer there should be either a pressure or a temperature gradient between a source and a sink. In addition, all thermodynamic flow is spontaneous and irreversible: whenever there is a gradient, an inevitable thermodynamic flow is generated which tends to equalize the energy difference between both systems.

Extract from coming soon
Thermodynamic Interactions