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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
D-index
39
Citations
7,286
227
World Ranking
1160
National Ranking
23

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Thermodynamics

Classical mechanics, Thermodynamics, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Mathematical analysis and Shock wave are his primary areas of study. His work on Dynamics as part of his general Classical mechanics study is frequently connected to Logarithmically concave function, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. In Thermodynamics, Tommaso Ruggeri works on issues like Dispersion relation, which are connected to Kinetic energy.

His research in the fields of Laws of thermodynamics and Extended irreversible thermodynamics overlaps with other disciplines such as Context. His Mathematical analysis study also includes fields such as

- Maximum entropy thermodynamics, Dissipative system and Boltzmann equation most often made with reference to Entropy,
- Thermodynamic equilibrium which connect with Fluid dynamics and Euler's formula. His Shock wave research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Polyatomic ion and Mach number.

- Rational Extended Thermodynamics (775 citations)
- Relativistic thermodynamics of gases (195 citations)
- Hyperbolic Principal Subsystems: Entropy Convexity and Subcharacteristic Conditions (133 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Classical mechanics, Thermodynamics, Shock wave, Mathematical analysis and Non-equilibrium thermodynamics. His Classical mechanics study deals with Dynamic pressure intersecting with Real gas. His Thermodynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Polyatomic ion and Monatomic gas.

His Shock wave research integrates issues from Wave propagation, Phase transition, Mach number and Shock. Tommaso Ruggeri interconnects Hyperbolic systems and Boltzmann equation in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis. His Non-equilibrium thermodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Field, Galilean invariance and Statistical physics.

- Classical mechanics (34.69%)
- Thermodynamics (29.39%)
- Shock wave (20.82%)

- Thermodynamics (29.39%)
- Classical mechanics (34.69%)
- Polyatomic ion (14.69%)

His primary areas of study are Thermodynamics, Classical mechanics, Polyatomic ion, Monatomic gas and Kinetic theory of gases. His research brings together the fields of Mesoscopic physics and Thermodynamics. His research integrates issues of Mathematical theory and Series in his study of Classical mechanics.

His study in Polyatomic ion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dynamic pressure, Monatomic ion and Limit. His Monatomic gas study also includes

- Shock wave most often made with reference to Dissipative system,
- Thermal conductivity and Theory of relativity most often made with reference to Ultrarelativistic limit. His Non-equilibrium thermodynamics research includes themes of Field and Galilean invariance.

- Emergent Dynamics of a Thermodynamically Consistent Particle Model (31 citations)
- Dynamical pressure in a polyatomic gas: Interplay between kinetic theory and extended thermodynamics (29 citations)
- Rational extended thermodynamics of a rarefied polyatomic gas with molecular relaxation processes. (27 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Thermodynamics

His primary areas of investigation include Thermodynamics, Classical mechanics, Polyatomic ion, Monatomic gas and Statistical physics. Tommaso Ruggeri regularly links together related areas like Field in his Thermodynamics studies. Tommaso Ruggeri has included themes like Kinetic theory of gases and Monatomic ion in his Polyatomic ion study.

His Monatomic gas research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, State variable, Domain and Dissipative system. His study looks at the relationship between Statistical physics and topics such as Flocking, which overlap with Mathematical analysis, Isothermal process and Particle model. The Boltzmann equation study combines topics in areas such as Dispersion relation, Vibrational energy relaxation, Moment and Limiting case.

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Rational extended thermodynamics

Ingo Müller;Tommaso Ruggeri.

**(1993)**

2313 Citations

Main field and convex covariant density for quasi-linear hyperbolic systems : relativistic fluid dynamics

Tommaso Ruggeri;Alberto Strumia.

Annales De L Institut Henri Poincare-physique Theorique **(1981)**

284 Citations

Relativistic thermodynamics of gases

I-Shih Liu;I Müller;T Ruggeri.

Annals of Physics **(1986)**

222 Citations

Rational Extended Thermodynamics beyond the Monatomic Gas

Tommaso Antonio Ruggeri;Masaru Sugiyama.

**(2015)**

202 Citations

Hyperbolic Principal Subsystems: Entropy Convexity and Subcharacteristic Conditions

Guy Boillat;Tommaso Ruggeri.

Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis **(1997)**

188 Citations

Galilean invariance and entropy principle for systems of balance laws

T. Ruggeri.

Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics **(1989)**

162 Citations

Moment equations in the kinetic theory of gases and wave velocities

Guy Boillat;Tommaso Ruggeri.

Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics **(1997)**

146 Citations

HYPERBOLICITY OF THE 3 + 1 SYSTEM OF EINSTEIN EQUATIONS

Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat;Tommaso Ruggeri.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1983)**

128 Citations

Extended thermodynamics of dense gases

T. Arima;S. Taniguchi;T. Ruggeri;M. Sugiyama.

Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics **(2012)**

127 Citations

On the shock structure problem for hyperbolic system of balance laws and convex entropy

Guy Boillat;Tommaso Ruggeri.

Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics **(1998)**

116 Citations

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