New Thermodynamics: Global Warming and Man’s Activities

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  •   Kent W. Mayhew

Abstract

A previously published new kinetic theory not only improves the fit with accepted empirical findings, it also means that intermolecular collisions are inelastic. Combined with a previously published new understanding of lost work and the realization that the whole atmosphere acts as a thermal blanket completely changes our understanding, as to how man’s activities relate to global warming.


Keywords: Global Warming, Kinetic Theory, Lost Work, Diatomic Gases

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Mayhew, K. 2019. New Thermodynamics: Global Warming and Man’s Activities. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 4, 7 (Jul. 2019), 58-62. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2019.4.7.1432.