Huang, Kerson – – Statistical Mechanics 2Ed (Wiley)(T)(S).pdf. Swarnali Hait. Uploaded by. Swarnali Hait. Loading Preview. Sorry, preview is currently. MECCANICA STATISTICA. Course info. Course: MECCANICA STATISTICA; Year: First year; Semester: First “Statistical Mechanics”, K. Huang (Wiley). Mechanics, World Scientific.  R.K. Pathria, Statistical Mechanics, Butterworth.  K. Huang, Meccanica Statistica, Zanichelli (available also in English).
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Information on the course unit. Statistical Mechanics Target skills and knowledge: Thermodynamics of phase transitions. Transfer matrix approaches to 1d systems.
Scaling theory and renormalisation group atatistica for critical phenomena, Examination methods: Written exam with some problem to be solved and some questions on the theory.
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Critical points, order parameters and critical exponents. Phase transitions and spontaneous symmetry breaking.
Entropy-energy argument and the lower critical dimension. Analytical tools to solve spins model in 1D, transfer matrix formalisms. Ginzburg criterium and upper critical dimension. Scaling theory and r scaling relations between critical exponents.
Kadanoff block spin argument, Renormalisation group in real space. Spontaneous symmetry breaking for continuous symmetry.
Planned learning activities and teaching methods: During the lectures will be presented and solved some standard problems for k.huzng course. Additional notes about suggested reading: Some note of the course will be available.
Textbooks and optional supplementary readings K.
Peliti, Statistical Mechanics in a Nutshell. First cycle degree courses.
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Second cycle degree courses. Single cycle degree courses.
Department of Physics and Astronomy. Scaling theory and renormalisation group techniques for critical phenomena. Planned learning activities and teaching methods:.
Textbooks and optional supplementary readings.