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Energies Webinar | Advanced Thermodynamics, Type-B Energetic Processes and Their Applications I

9 Nov 2022, 15:00 (CET)

TypeB Energetic Process, Isothermal Environmental Heat Utilization, Isothermal Electricity, Thermotrophic Function, Asymmetric Function, Negative Entropy Event, Environmental Heat Utilization In Superconductivity Systems, Advanced Thermodynamics
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Welcome from the Chair

8th Energies Webinar

Advanced Thermodynamics, Type-B Energetic Processes and Their Applications I

As the organizer and Chair, Prof. James Weifu Lee welcomes you all to attend this 2022 MDPI Energies Webinar Seminar Series program on Advanced Thermodynamics, Type-B Energetic Processes and Their Applications. This topic area recently has seen some exciting new breakthroughs that are potentially transformative to the sciences, technologies, and education of Energies, including the recent breakthrough identification of two thermodynamically distinct types (A and B) of energetic processes naturally occurring on Earth. Type A energetic process such as the classical heat engines apparently well follow the second law of thermodynamics; Type B energetic process, such as the newly discovered thermotrophic function that isothermally utilizes environmental heat energy to do useful work in driving ATP synthesis, which follows the first law of thermodynamics (conservation of mass and energy), but do not have to be constrained by the second law, owning to their special asymmetric functions. Better understanding of Type-B energy processes is particularly of great scientific and practical importance. Innovative scientific research and development efforts in mimicking and/or creating of Type-B processes to isothermally utilize the endless environmental heat energy shall be highly encouraged to help ultimately liberate all peoples from their dependence of fossil fuel energy, thus helping to reduce greenhouse gas CO2 emissions and control climate change towards a common shared sustainable future for the humanity on Earth.

Date: 9 November 2022

Time: 3:00 pm CET | 9:00 am EST | 10:00 pm CST Asia

Webinar ID: 858 3895 1650

Webinar Secretariat: energies.webinar@mdpi.com

This is the first part of a three-part webinar. Also interested in the second and third part? Click here for more information on the second part. Click here for more information on the third part.

Chair

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, USA

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Prof. James Weifu Lee completed PhD thesis research at Cornell University in 1992 and then worked as a Scientist at US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory for 15 years. His energy research received national recognition including the 1999–2004 U.S. Presidential Award honored at the White House. Subsequently, he worked as a professor at Old Dominion University in Virginia and has been recognized as a world-class scientist among the recent Stanford University World ranking of scientists, which represents the top 2% of the most-cited scientists in the world. He recently identified two thermodynamically distinct types (A, B) of energetic processes naturally occurring on Earth. Type-A energetic process the heat engine process follows well the second law of thermodynamics; Type-B energetic process, represented by the newly discovered thermotrophic function, do not have to be constrained by the second law, owing to the asymmetric function. Inspired by the type-B process, Lee has made an invention (WO 2019/136037 A1) on asymmetric function-gated electricity generators isothermally utilizing environmental heat energy. This isothermal electricity invention could help to liberate all peoples from their dependence of fossil fuels, reduce greenhouse gas CO2 emissions and control climate change. Both private and public supports are encouraged for Type-B process to provide the envisioned clean energy for all peoples with a shared future for humanity on the planet.

Invited Speakers

Institute of Microelectronics Technology and High Purity Materials, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow District, Russia

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Dr. Alexey Nikulov completed PhD thesis research at Institute of Solid State Physics Academy of Sciences USSR in 1985 and then worked as a Scientist at Institute of Microelectronics Technology and High Purity Materials, Russian Academy of Sciences. His more than one hundred publications are devoted to the problems of superconductivity, thermodynamics and quantum mechanics. Some of these publications are considered heretical because of their contradiction to the majority opinion. Publications about fluctuation phenomena in the Abrikosov state observed in type II superconductors are considered heretical, since they prove that the famous 1957 work for which Abrikosov received the Nobel Prize in 2003 is not entirely correct. Even more heretical are publications proving that quantum phenomena observed in superconductors refute the second law of thermodynamics. Publications on the problems of quantum mechanics are considered heretical because they prove that the idea of a quantum computer is based on a false understanding of quantum mechanics by most physicists. Many national governments, military agencies, the world's largest companies such as Google, IBM, Intel and others are funding quantum computing research in the last years. But these costs may be in vain, since a real device cannot be created on the basis of a contradiction with realism. A perpetual motion machine is more real than a quantum computer.

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Program

Speaker/Presentation

Time in CET

Time in EST

Chair Prof. Dr. James Weifu Lee

Chair Introduction

3:00 - 3:10 pm

9:00 - 9:10 am

Dr. Alexey Nikulov

The Centuries-Old Belief in the Impossibility of Perpetual Motion Machine Provoked an Obvious Mistake in the 20th Century

3:10 - 3:40 pm

9:10 - 9:40 am

Prof. Dr. James Weifu Lee

Type-B Energetic Processes and Their Associated Scientific Implications

3:40 - 4:10 pm

9:40 - 10:10 am

Q&A Discussions

4:10 - 4:20 pm

10:10 -10:20 am

Closing of Webinar

Chair Prof. Dr. James Weifu Lee

4:20 – 4:30 pm

10:20 - 10:30 am

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