PMID: 21517454Apr 27, 2011Paper

Entropy production in the nonequilibrium steady states of interacting many-body systems

Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics
Sven Dorosz, Michel Pleimling

Abstract

Entropy production is one of the most important characteristics of nonequilibrium steady states. We study here the steady-state entropy production, both at short times as well as in the long-time limit, of two important classes of nonequilibrium systems: transport systems and reaction-diffusion systems. The usefulness of the mean entropy production rate and of the large deviation function of the entropy production for characterizing nonequilibrium steady states of interacting many-body systems is discussed. We show that the large deviation function displays a kink-like feature at zero entropy production that is similar to that observed for a single particle driven along a periodic potential. This kink is a direct consequence of the detailed fluctuation theorem fulfilled by the probability distribution of the entropy production and is therefore a generic feature of the corresponding large deviation function.

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