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**LAW AND MPEMBA EFFECT
**

arXiv:1005.1013v1 [physics.gen-ph] 6 May 2010

**Vladan Panković, Darko V. Kapor
**

Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, 21000 Novi Sad,

Trg Dositeja Obradovića 4, Serbia,

vpankovic@if.ns.ac.yu

PACS number: 05.70.-a

Abstract

In this work we suggest a simple modification of the Newton’s cooling law that can model

Mpemba effect. We introduce, in the usual Newton’s law, i.e. linear differential equation,

an additional term proportional to the quadrate of the geometrical average value of the ini-

tial and latter difference between liquid and cooling thermostat (environment) temperature.

It, after simple transformations, yields usual Newton’s linear differential equation but with

modified cooling parameter. This modified cooling parameter represents sum of the usual

cooling parameter and an additional term directly proportional to the difference between

initial temperature of the liquid and cooling thermostat temperature. Corresponding solu-

tion of the modified Newton’s cooling equation, i.e. temperature decrease during time, has

an additional exponential term with negative argument proportional to mentioned difference

between initial temperature of the liquid and temperature of the cooling thermostat. (It

can be observed that appearance of such ”hysteresis” or ”memory” terms can imply some

circulation effects by liquid flow but it goes over basic intention of this work.) It admits that

liquid with higher initial temperature, after a characteristic time interval, cools faster than

the same liquid with lower initial temperature, in full agreement with experimental data on

the Mpemba effect.

**In this work we shall suggest a simple modification of the Newton’s cooling law [1] that can
**

model Mpemba effect [2]-[5]. We shall introduce, in the usual Newton’s law, i.e. linear differential

equation, an additional term proportional to the quadrate of the geometrical average value of the

initial and latter difference between liquid and cooling thermostat (environment) temperature. It,

after simple transformations, yields usual Newton’s linear differential equation but with modified

cooling parameter. This modified cooling parameter represents sum of the usual cooling parame-

ter and an additional term directly proportional to the difference between initial temperature of

the liquid and cooling thermostat temperature. Corresponding solution of the modified Newton’s

cooling equation, i.e. temperature decrease during time, has an additional exponential term with

1

constant. Previous conclusion implies unambiguously that usual Newton’s cooling law (1) cannot model experimental data of the Mpemba effect [2]-[5] according to which. while a represents a cooling parameter that simplifiedly expresses thermodynamics of the cooling process.negative argument proportional to mentioned difference between initial temperature of the liquid and temperature of the cooling thermostat. (3) imply T1 − Te T10 − Te = (4) T2 − Te T20 − Te where T1 and T2 represents the temperature of the liquid in the first case and second case in some (finite) later time moment t. temperature of a cooling wall (thermostat or environment) in the contact with liquid. We shall suggest a simple.Stefan modification of the usual Newton’s cooling law dT = −a(T − Te ) − b(T − Te )2 − c(T − Te )3 − d (T − Te )4 .) It admits that liquid with higher initial temperature. b and c are dependent of Te . smaller than T. (6) dt where cooling parameters a. For example there is the following modification dT = −a(T − Te )n (5) dt for 1. (3) Then (2). As it is well-known [1] usual Newton’s law of cooling represents the following simple linear differential equation dT = −a(T − Te ) (1) dt with simple solution T = Te + (T0 − Te ) exp[−at]. simply speaking. Or. cools faster than the same liquid with lower initial temperature. precisely for two different initial temperatures of the liquid. It means that temperature of the liquid in the first case will be larger than the temperature of the liquid in the second case in any (finite) later time moment.3 < n < 1. Consider now described by (1) or (2) thermodynamical interaction between liquid and cooling wall in two different cases. in full agreement with experimental data on the Mpemba effect.6 in the Taylor’ s model and for n = 54 in the Dulong-Petit model. Te . It is supposed implicitly that cooling parameter is independent of the initial temperature of the liquid as well as of the cooling wall temperature. Also. after a characteristic time interval. there is so-called Newton . first one T10 and second one T20 so that T10 is larger than T20 . T10 > T20 .e. quasi-quadratic modification of the usual Newton’s cooling law dT = −a(T − Te ) − b < T − Te >2 (7) dt 2 . hot liquid freezes faster than cold liquid. it is well known [1] that there are many different non-linear modifications of the Newton cooling law. (It can be observed that appearance of such ”hystere- sis” or ”memory” terms can imply some circulation effects by liquid flow but it goes over basic intention of this work. i. (2) Here T represents the temperature of a liquid with initial value T0 .

first one T10 and second one T20 so that T10 is larger than T20 . linear and really existing quadratic term depending of T − Te as the variable and T0 − Te as the parameter (which implies that solution of such equation decreases during time faster than (10) ). in the equation (1) and its solution (2).e. (12) T2 − Te T20 − Te It represents a time decreasing function that is. i. initially larger than 1 but that after a characteristic time moment 1 T10 − Te τ= ln[ ] (13) b(T10 − T20 ) T20 − Te becomes smaller than 1. T1 becomes smaller than T2 even if T10 T is larger than T20 . in this case. But. between temperature of the liquid in the first case T1 and tem- perature of the liquid in the second case T2 . i. In this work we suggest a simple modification of the Newton’s cooling law that can model Mpemba effect. 3 . equation (9) and its solution (10) turn out usual Newton’s cooling law. all this can be used as a simple model for the Mpemba effect [2]-[5]. precisely for two different initial temperatures of the liquid. after characteristic time moment τ. It can be observed that average temperature difference < T −Te > (8) representing geometrical average value of the initial and later temperature difference does not represent unique form of the average temperature difference that introduced in (7) can model the Mpemba effect. modified Newton’s cooling law. For example. there is the following relation T1 − Te T10 − Te = exp[−b(T10 − T20 )t]. T10 > T20 . Introduction of (8) in (7) yields dT = −(a + b(T0 − Te ))(T − Te ) (9) dt representing a linear differential equation similar to usual Newton’s cooling law (1). in distinction to usual Newton’s cooling law. according to (9)-(11). As it is not hard to see.e. for (T0 −Te ) ≪ ab .e. (11) Then. arithmetical average value of the initial and later temperature difference introduced in (7) can model the Mpemba effect too. In conclusion it can be repeated and pointed out the following. i. (9) holds cooling parameter (a + b(T0 − Te )) dependent of the initial difference between liquid and cooling wall. However.where 1 < T − Te >= ((T − Te )(T0 − Te )) 2 (8) represents the geometric average value of the initial and latter difference between liquid and cooling wall temperature. In other words.e. We introduce. according to (11). expression (7) represents the differential equation with constant. as it is not hard to see (but which will not be analyzed here explicitly). As it is not hard to see equation (9) holds the simple solution T = Te + (T0 − Te ) exp[−(a + b(T0 − Te ))t]. Consider now described by (9) or (10) thermodynamical interaction between liquid and cooling wall in two different cases. (10) It can be observed that in the limit of small (T0 −Te ). i.

77 (2009) 27 4 .) It admits that liquid with higher initial temperature. i. Am. Jeng. in full agreement with experimental data on the Mpemba effect.e. Phys. Mpemba. J. (It can be observed that appearance of such ”hysteresis” or ”memory” terms can imply some circulation effects by liquid flow but it goes over basic intention of this work. A. This modified cool- ing parameter represents sum of the usual cooling parameter and an additional term directly proportional to the difference between initial temperature of the liquid and cooling thermostat temperature. Corresponding solution of the modified Newton’s cooling equation. 58 (1990) 956 [2 ] E. D. has an additional exponential term with negative argument proportional to mentioned difference between initial temperature of the liquid and temperature of the cooling thermostat. i. Am. 4 (1969) 172 [3 ] D. J. 63 (1995) 882 [4 ] M. J. Phys. J. Phys. G. Phys. T. an additional term proportional to the quadrate of the geometrical average value of the initial and latter difference between liquid and cooling thermostat (environment) temperature. linear differential equation. 1 References [1 ] C. B.in the usual Newton’s law. A. Auerbach. cools faster than the same liquid with lower initial temperature. temperature decrease during time.e. after simple transformations. Katz. I. 74 (2006) 514 [5 ] J. It. O’Sullivan. yields usual Newton’s linear differential equation but with modified cooling parameter. Phys. Educ. Osborne. after a characteristic time interval.

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