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Thermodynamic Degradation Science by Alec Feinberg

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List of Figures

Figure 1.1Conceptualized aging rates for physics-of-failure mechanisms
Figure 1.2First law energy flow to system: (a) heat-in, work-out; and (b) heat-in and work-in
Figure 1.3Fatigue S–N curve of cycles to failure versus stress, illustrating a fatigue limit in steel and no apparent limit in aluminum
Figure 1.4Elastic stress limit and yielding point 1
Figure 2.1The entropy change of an isolated system is the sum of the entropy changes of its components, and is never less than zero
Figure 2.2Cell fatigue dislocations and cumulating entropy
Figure 2.3Gaussian white noise
Figure 2.4Noise limit heart rate variability measurements of young, elderly, and CHF patients [10]
Figure 2.5Noise limit heart rate variability chaos measurements of young and CHF patients [10]
Figure 2.6Graphical representation of the autocorrelation function
Figure 2.7(a) Sine waves at 10 and 15 Hz with some randomness in frequency; and (b) Fourier transform spectrum. In (b) we cannot transform back without knowledge of which sine tone occurred first
Figure 2.8(a) White noise time series; (b) normalized autocorrelation function of white noise; and (c) PSD spectrum of white noise
Figure 2.9(a) Flicker (pink) 1/f noise; (b) normalized autocorrelation function of 1/f noise; and (c) PSD spectrum of 1/f noise
Figure 2.10(a) Brown 1/f2 noise; (b) normalized autocorrelation function of 1/f2 noise; and (c) PSD spectrum of 1/f2 noise
Figure 2.11Some key types of white, pink, and brown noise that ...

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