Inherent in the classical physics ordinary notions about the absolute simultaneity of events and about uniqueness of concept of time, as well as of determination of spatial volume which moving body fills in, essentially hinder us from the formation of the most perfect relativistic generalization of thermodynamics. Purely logically-mathematical approach to the solution of the problems, which don’t permit to get the full interconsistency of thermodynamics special (SR) and general (GR) relativities, can’t guarantee the positive result of theoretical research in principle. To attain the aim we need to make philosophical remaking sense of many of our physical notions, which are only conceived as finally established and unshakable. This work is the attempt of construction of relativistic thermodynamics, based on the rejection of some dogmata, inherent not only in classical physics but also in well-known relativistic generalizations of thermodynamics.
It is considered that SR itself doesn’t lead to the unique concept of the temperature, attributed to moving body [1,2]. Therefore a few relativistic generalizations of thermodynamics with lorentz-invariant pressure are known. First of all there are Planck-Hasenöhrl relativistic thermodynamics [3–5] and Ott relativistic thermodynamics , which are equally based on the lorentz-invariance of entropy and pressure but use essentially different transformations of temperature and heat [2,7]. According to Planck and Hasenöhrl, moving body is “colder” than motionless . On the contrary, according to Ott transformations, moving body is “hotter” than motionless. Thermodynamics with lorentz-invariant relativistic temperature [1,8] is attractive for the fact that in this thermodynamics temperatures of phase transitions are the intrinsic properties of substances as they are in classical thermodynamics. However the equations of this thermodynamics don’t lead to such conversion of the energy of radiation that corresponds to the relativistic Doppler shift of the frequency of radiation.
In most relativistic generalizations of thermodynamics the linear momentum of moving body is used as an additional extensive parameter. However, in contrast to mechanics, in relativistic thermodynamics this linear momentum is considered to be proportional to the enthalpy H of matter [1,9,10] but not to the internal energy U, which is equivalent to the eigenvalue of the mass of matter. Therefore this linear momentum forms the four-vector with hamiltonian of enthalpy but not with the hamiltonian of energy of the matter [1,10]. And as D’Alembert pseudoforce of inertia is the value derived from the linear momentum, in fact it is proposed to use the enthalpy of matter instead of its mass as the measure of inertness.
In some of the relativistic generalizations of thermodynamics, along with invariant pressure, noninvariant forms of relativistic pressure are proposed. In such noninvariant forms of relativistic pressure the presence of mechanical linear momentum  and heat exchange [11,12] for moving body is taking into account.
1. Nonextensivity of relativistic molar volume
Two “equal in rights” relativistic values of molar volume of the matter, which is moving at the velocity v=dx/dt in the external frame of references of spatial coordinates and time (FR), are possible in principle. These values are: Lagrangian volume vR = v/G, which in common three-dimensional space is filled in by the world points of moving matter (these world points correspond to the same moment of time t of the external FR); and Hamiltonian volume vR*=vG, which in this space is filled in by the world points of moving matter (these world points correspond to the same moment of relativistic standard time t* (which is identical with the proper time t0 of matter) of this matter and, consequently, to the same collective space-time state of this matter [13,14]). Here: v – value of molar volume of the matter in comoving FR (eigenvalue of molar volume); G=(1–v2/c2)–1/2 – relativistic dilation of physical processes and time in the moving; c – constant (eigenvalue) of the velocity of light.
In classical thermodynamics eigenvalue of molar volume v(S, p) is strictly extensive parameter and its change causes the change of enthalpy, and consequently the change of rates of physical processes, not directly, but via change of entropy S and eigenvalue of pressure p. Relativistic values of molar volume vR and vR* are not strictly extensive parameters and, therefore, can’t be equivalent to nonrelativistic value (eigenvalue) of molar volume v. Relativistic shrinkage of the length and, cinsequently, of the molar volume vR is aimed at guaranteeing of isotropy of the frequency of electromagnetic interaction of the molecules, atoms and elementary particles of matter and, thus, it is aimed at the guaranteeing of isotropy of the rate of physical processes in moving matter [13,14]. Therefore, change of this shrinkage has the direct influence on the relativistic value of enthalpy and on the rates of physical processes and rates of proiper time of moving matter. Moreover, relativistic decrease of molar volume of the matter is not accompanied by overcoming of any forces of resistance to it and, consequently, it takes place inertially and in strong coordination with the change of the velocity of matter. Therefore, relativistic shrinkage of body length and of molar volume of the matter of this body are considered in SR as purely kinematic effect, which is not accompanied by expenditure of energy on the execution of work on relativistic “selfcontraction” of matter. And if the energy was expended not only on the increasing of the value of linear momentum but also additionally on its “selfcontraction”, for the purely dynamic consideration of the matter (this consideration doesn’t take into account these additional expenditure of energy) law of conservation of energy wouldn’t be fulfilled in the mechanics.
All this is the sufficiently strong reason for the use of only strictly extensive value of molar volume (vR*·vR)1/2=v, which is equal to the eigenvalue of molar volume in classical thermodynamics, in relativistic equations of equilibrium state of matter. Lorentz-invariance of energy density e and of equivalent to it mass density m=e/с2 is the consequence of lorentz-invariance of the strictly extensive value of molar volume.
This gives the possibility to make the most
simple definition of lagrangian (according to , internal energy of matter
2. Noninvariance of the pressure
According to Noether theorem  the law of conversation of energy is the consequence of the presence of symmetry for time and the fulfillment of this law is possible only for homogeneity of time. This homogeneity of time is in the invariance of physical laws relatively to the change of the start of time reading and this homogeneity is guaranteed by the use of uniform scale, by which rates of physical processes in matter in its identical thermodynamic states are equal in any moment of time, for its measuring. According to this, mutual complementarity of energy and time, which is declared by Bohr principle of complementarity and becomes apparent in the presence of Heisenberg uncertainty relation of these physical characteristics, takes place.
In the system of units of measurment of physical magnitude, which is based on dimensionless Planck constant h and, thus, reflects the presence of mutual complementarity of energy and time, the dimension of pressure [sec–1m–3] denotes the following. In not comoving with matter FR of exterior observer the value of pressure, as well as the value of energy (dimension [sec–1]), must depend on the rate of time in this FR. According to GR in rigid FR only proportional synchronization of clocks, time rates by which in different points of space with different values of gravitational potential are not equal, is possible. In accordance with this, value of pressure in any point j of such physically inhomogeneous space is determined by rates of physical processes not only in this point but also in the point i, from which observation takes place : jip= jivc·p=(vcj/vci)p. Here vcj and vci – set by gravitational field improper gravibaric (coordinate-like ) values of the velocity of light in the points j and i of matter, which is in spatially inhomogeneous equilibrium thermodynamic state [15,18]. Therefore if we want the pressure in matter to remain intensive parameter, its relativistic value must be unequal in different IFR, which are moving relatively to this matter at unequal velocities, and its transformations must be the same as for all other intensive parameters. And, consequently, relativistic value of pressure in moving matter, which is determined in Minkowski space and in fact attributed to comoving with this matter space, must be the same times smaller than its eigenvalue as observed by external observer rate of physical processes in this matter and, consequently, in comoving with it space: pR=p/G . To the contrary, relativistic value of pressure, which is determined in covariant world space and attributed to resting three-dimensional observer space, must be the same times greater than its eigenvalue: pR*=pG. After all, in not comoving with matter FR of external observer rates of physical processes in the points of this space are the several times greater than in comoving with matter FR. And these processes take place the same times smaller for external observer than for observer, resting in comoving with matter FR. The conception of lorentz-invariance of pressure is connected with the substitution of the extensive value of molar volume v for nonstrictly extensive lagrangian value vR of this volume in relativistic differential equations of equilibrium state of matter.
3. Main differential equations of relativistic thermodynamics in contravariant representation
Equations of relativistic thermodynamics are usually determined in coordinates of contravariant world space (Minkowski space) and, therefore, covariant relativistic value of energy (hamiltonian) is being expressed not via covariant relativistic value of enthalpy HR*=HG, but via contravariant relativistic values of enthalpy HR=H/G and thermodynamic parameters attributed to moving matter:
Here, taking into account all stated above, total relativistic energy
dUR* =(TdS–pdv)G +
and no work on relativistic “selfcontraction” of matter is executed. Here: w=vP*=UGv2/c2 – external energy (energy of tranfer ) of matter, TR=T/G – contravariant relativistic value of temperature (Planck temperature [1,2,5]) of moving body.
In contrast to Planck linear momentum,
mechanical linear momentum (which doesn’t depend on pressure directly) P*=
Fin=– (∂P*/∂t)S,v=– (∂URg* /∂G)S,v,vc ·dG/dx= –(URg*)dlnG/dx,
as well as gravitational pseudoforce:
Fg=–(∂URg* /∂vc)S,v,G ·gradvc=–URg* ·grad(lnvc),
The increment of contravariant relativistic value of enthalpy:
dHR=(TdS+vdp)/G –HR dlnG=TR·dS+ vR·GdpR –P*dv=TR·dS+ vdpR–P*dv,
as well as increment of ordinary enthalpy H, is determined by increments of only intensive parameters (except, of course, the increment of entropy).
4. Main differential equations of relativistic thermodynamics in covariant representation
In FR, in which the motion of matter is observed, differental equations of relativistic thermodynamics may be also determined in coordinates of covariant world space:
At that, contravariant relativistic value of energy (lagrangian)
where: G*=(1+v*2/c2)–1/2=1/G ; P=(∂UR*/∂v*)S,v=UG*v*/c2=U(∂UR*/∂P*)S,v=Uv/c2 – contravariant value of mechanical linear momentum; v*=(∂x/∂s)x0= dx/dt*=Gv – spatial component of four-velocity, which in fact is the velocity of motion of matter determined in observer FR not by its intrinsic clock, but by relativistic standard clock, comoving with this matter. According to this:
P*=Uv*/c2, Pv*= P*v,
Main differential equations of relativistic thermodynamics in their contravariant representation have the following form:
dHR*=(TdS+vdp)/G *–HR* dlnG*=TR*·dS+vdpR* +Pdv*,
dUR =(TdS–pdv)G * +
Here: TR*=T/G*=TG – Ott relativistic temperature [1,2,6,7], which corresponds to the accelerated rates of physical processes in the points of space where matter is in the state of motion. Thus, areas of space filled in with moving matter become “hotter”  than coincidal with them areas of intrinsic space of matter. Any pair of correlated photons, which in comoving with matter FR have the same energy Uc0 and propagate in it strictly in opposite directions, in not comoving with matter FR have total energy G times greater than in comoving with matter FR: Uc+Uc' =2Uc0G=2Uc0/G*, where:
Uc=Uc0G* [1–(v/c)cosj]–1 = Uc0G [1+(v/c)cosj0]; Uc' =Uc0G* [1–(v/c)cosj']–1 = Uc0G [1+(v/c)cos(j0+p)];
j0 and (j0+p) – angles in comoving with matter FR between directions of propagation of photons and direction of matter motion; j and j' – corresponding to them angles in not comoving with matter FR, in which directions of propagation of correlated photons are not parallel in general case.
This, as well as numerous works [2,6,7,10], which confirmed the validity of consideration of Ott relativistic temperature TR*=TG side by side with Planck temperature TR=T/G, denotes appropriateness of consideration of covariant relativistic generalization of thermodynamics side by side with contravariant one.
Examined here relativistic generalization of thermodynamics with strictly extensive molar volume and lorentz-invariant entropy and energy of density is devoid of many disadvantages of relativistic generalizations with lorentz-invarisnt pressure and allows us to newly interpret perception of course of physical processes in moving body from not comoving with it FR. Possibility of two complementary representations of differential equations of relativistic thermodynamics (contravariant and covariant) solves the problem of the presence of two alternative relativistic temperatures – Planck temperature and Ott temperature.
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