Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 2, Issue 1, Apr 2013, Pages 54 - 58

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Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes

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Khabirov ,I., Mikayilov,F., 2013. Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes. Eurasian J Soil Sci 2(1):54 - 58.
Khabirov ,I.,,& Mikayilov,F. Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.1.054-058
Khabirov ,I.,, and ,Mikayilov,F."Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.1.054-058
Khabirov ,I.,, and ,Mikayilov,F. "Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.1.054-058
I,Khabirov .F,Mikayilov "Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol., no., pp., DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.1.054-058
Khabirov ,Ilgiz ;Mikayilov,Fariz Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2013.1.054-058

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Khabirov , I., Mikayilov, F., 2013. Non-linear thermodynamic laws application to soil processes. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 2(1): 54 - 58.

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Ilgiz Khabirov , Bashkir State Agrarian University, Department of Agronomy and Soil Science, Ufa, Russia
Fariz Mikayilov , Selçuk University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Konya, Turkey

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Issue published online: 15 Apr 2013
Article first published online : 28 Mar 2013
Manuscript Accepted : 25 Mar 2013
Manuscript Received: 05 Jan 2013

Abstract

An attempt has been made to analyze the possibility to use nonequilibrium thermodynamics for the soil dynamic open systemstreatment. Entropy change of such a system and the entropy coming from or going into the outer sphere. In the steady state, dynamic soil-formation processes occur within an organized structure and are characterized by stable parameters close to equilibrium. Accordingly, when examining soil, one can proceed from the conventional thermodynamic equilibrium. However, the matter of Onzager-Prigozhin general phenomenological theory applicability to soil processes is more complicated. To study soil stability it is necessary to go beyond the limits of linear thermodynamics.

Keywords

Thermodynamic laws, soil processes, soil stability

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References

Barbashin, E.A., 1967. Intraduction into stability theory. M.Nauka, pp.223.

Chernikov, V.A., 1988. Soil humus state evalution from thermodynamics and kinetics point. The Timiryazev Agricultural Academy proceedings, 5, 49-58.

Gerayzade, A.P., 1988. Energy transformation in the system soil-plant-atmosphere. The author’s dissertation abstract. M. Moscow State University, p.31

Kanunnikova, N.A., 1986. Thermodynamic potential of soil reactions and soil buffer properties. Science and Technology Review. Soil and Agrochemistry M. VINITI, pp. 87-184.

Kanunnikova, N.A., 1987. Soil nitrogen potential. Soil study. 3, 58-67.

Keplen, S.R., 1986. Essing E.: Irreversible processes Bioenergetics and linear thermodynamics. M.: Mir, pp.382.

Khabirov, I.K., 1983. Kinetic and thermodynamic characteristics of the Saccharase reaction in Soils. Soil Science 10, 141-146.

Khabirov, I.K., 1986. Kinetics and temperature dependence of nitric nitrogen accumulation in Sub-Urals soils. Soil Science 5, 129-135.

Khabirov, I.K., Prostykova Z.G, Kaspransky, N.N., 1988. Potentially mineralizable nitrogen compounds in cis Uralian Soils. Soviet Soil Science 20(3), 91-99.

Khabirov, I.K., Kuvatov, Yu. G., 1990. Kinetics and thermodynamics of the hydrolysis reaction of 14C-Labelled Carbamide in the Pre-Urals Soils. Soil Science, 8, 83-94.

Khabirov, I.K., 1990. Application of kinetic methods for nitrogen transformation processes evalution in soils. Soil Science, 12, 112-119.

Mikayilov, F.D., Khabirov, I.K. 2011. Some questions of modeling of enzymatic processes in soil. The III International scientific - practical conference ‘Soil as connecting part for natural and anthropogenic - transformed ecosystems co-functioning’, devoted to 80-year anniversary of Department of Pedology and Land Resources Estimation of Irkutsk State University. August, 15-22, 2011, Irkutsk, Russia. Scientific publications, pp. 166 – 171.

Prigozhin, J., Defe,G., 1966. Chemical thermodynamics, Novosibirsk: Nauka, pp.509.

Savich, V.I., 1986. Thermodynamics of ion combination transformation in soil. Science and technology results. Soil Science and Agrochemistry, M.: VINITI, 6, 7-86.

Smagin, A.V., 1994. The Theory of soil stability. Soil Science, 12, 26-34.

Smagin, A.V.,etal. 2001. Modelirovanie dinamiki organicheskogo veshestva pochv1, 300dpi,120p

Smagin, A.V., 2012. Theory and Practice of soil engineering. - М.: Moscow State University Press, 544 p.

Volkenstein, M.V., 1981. Biopyysics. M.: Nauka, pp. 575

Volobuyev, V.R., 1985. On biological component of soil formation energetics. Soil Study 9, 5-8

Zotin, A.J., 1984. Biological processes thermodynamics and regulation. M.: Nauka, pp. 334.

Abstract

An attempt has been made to analyze the possibility to use nonequilibrium thermodynamics for the soil dynamic open systemstreatment. Entropy change of such a system and the entropy coming from or going into the outer sphere. In the steady state, dynamic soil-formation processes occur within an organized structure and are characterized by stable parameters close to equilibrium. Accordingly, when examining soil, one can proceed from the conventional thermodynamic equilibrium. However, the matter of Onzager-Prigozhin general phenomenological theory applicability to soil processes is more complicated. To study soil stability it is necessary to go beyond the limits of linear thermodynamics.

Keywords: Thermodynamic laws, soil processes, soil stability

References

Barbashin, E.A., 1967. Intraduction into stability theory. M.Nauka, pp.223.

Chernikov, V.A., 1988. Soil humus state evalution from thermodynamics and kinetics point. The Timiryazev Agricultural Academy proceedings, 5, 49-58.

Gerayzade, A.P., 1988. Energy transformation in the system soil-plant-atmosphere. The author’s dissertation abstract. M. Moscow State University, p.31

Kanunnikova, N.A., 1986. Thermodynamic potential of soil reactions and soil buffer properties. Science and Technology Review. Soil and Agrochemistry M. VINITI, pp. 87-184.

Kanunnikova, N.A., 1987. Soil nitrogen potential. Soil study. 3, 58-67.

Keplen, S.R., 1986. Essing E.: Irreversible processes Bioenergetics and linear thermodynamics. M.: Mir, pp.382.

Khabirov, I.K., 1983. Kinetic and thermodynamic characteristics of the Saccharase reaction in Soils. Soil Science 10, 141-146.

Khabirov, I.K., 1986. Kinetics and temperature dependence of nitric nitrogen accumulation in Sub-Urals soils. Soil Science 5, 129-135.

Khabirov, I.K., Prostykova Z.G, Kaspransky, N.N., 1988. Potentially mineralizable nitrogen compounds in cis Uralian Soils. Soviet Soil Science 20(3), 91-99.

Khabirov, I.K., Kuvatov, Yu. G., 1990. Kinetics and thermodynamics of the hydrolysis reaction of 14C-Labelled Carbamide in the Pre-Urals Soils. Soil Science, 8, 83-94.

Khabirov, I.K., 1990. Application of kinetic methods for nitrogen transformation processes evalution in soils. Soil Science, 12, 112-119.

Mikayilov, F.D., Khabirov, I.K. 2011. Some questions of modeling of enzymatic processes in soil. The III International scientific - practical conference ‘Soil as connecting part for natural and anthropogenic - transformed ecosystems co-functioning’, devoted to 80-year anniversary of Department of Pedology and Land Resources Estimation of Irkutsk State University. August, 15-22, 2011, Irkutsk, Russia. Scientific publications, pp. 166 – 171.

Prigozhin, J., Defe,G., 1966. Chemical thermodynamics, Novosibirsk: Nauka, pp.509.

Savich, V.I., 1986. Thermodynamics of ion combination transformation in soil. Science and technology results. Soil Science and Agrochemistry, M.: VINITI, 6, 7-86.

Smagin, A.V., 1994. The Theory of soil stability. Soil Science, 12, 26-34.

Smagin, A.V.,etal. 2001. Modelirovanie dinamiki organicheskogo veshestva pochv1, 300dpi,120p

Smagin, A.V., 2012. Theory and Practice of soil engineering. - М.: Moscow State University Press, 544 p.

Volkenstein, M.V., 1981. Biopyysics. M.: Nauka, pp. 575

Volobuyev, V.R., 1985. On biological component of soil formation energetics. Soil Study 9, 5-8

Zotin, A.J., 1984. Biological processes thermodynamics and regulation. M.: Nauka, pp. 334.



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