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The same thing can be done for the terms involving (F(e)'iBi) and (F~)~Bi) in the last term. '~_,. = (EaEsE~F~(d)~,ajB~) requires special treatment. First, integrals over the delta functions 6(r aJ - r a) and 6(p pj - pa) are inserted inside the angular brackets (cf. Sect. 5) and then use is made of Eq. 6): F~. • 6(r - r:)J(p "~ - p:) ~Ju F,. 4) When this is inserted into the previous equation, we finally get the equation for the time evolution of the distribution function in the one-molecule phase space: Integration over all momenta p~, and use of the definitions in Eq.
F. B. Bird v(r, t)E~m~ F iVy(r, Q~, t)dQ ~ + 0 - ½v(r, t)VV: Evm~ fR~R:W~(r, O ~, t ) d Q ~ + ... 11) In each series, the first term is the dominant contribution, and it is this zeroth-order contribution that is featured in Table 1 and used in Sect. t. The first-order contribution (containing V) is used in Sect. 2, and the second-order contribution (containing VV) is used in Sect. 3. The complete expression in Eq. 10) is used in Appendix B. 7 The Hydrodynamic (DPL, Equation of Motion and the Stress Tensor Sect.
Eq. 3-1 of Ref. [i1]). 3 The I n t r a m o l e c u l a r Contribution to the H e a t - F l u x Vector Next we turn to the source term Q(®) given in Eq. 8), which accounts for all intra- and intermolecular forces; with the help of Eq. 3) this can be written as follows: 6 pJu from 1st ( . - ) term in Eq. 8) - ½ (~ Z • 17(*)~"'k)f(r:'- r ) ) ykq from 2nd ( . . ) term in Eq. 8) 6The last line of Eq. 16 can also be written in such a way that the difference of two delta functions appears: 6(~ ~- r) - 6(r~j - r).