What is the NE-SCGLE Theory about?

Monte Caldera Technologies foundations relies on Physics. And how theoretical Physics can be applied on practical fields to solve the most complex problems across the most diverse industries. From the behaviour of liquids to the solidifications of metallic glasses. All of these phenomena can be characterized by what we Physicists call the “Non-Equilibrium Self-Consistent Generalized Langevin Equation” theory, or by its acronym: NE-SCGLE.

Let’s break down this NE-SCGLE theory into simpler terms: Lets imagine you’re driving a car, and you suddenly hit the brakes. Your car doesn’t stop instantly; it takes a little time to slow down and come to a complete stop. This delay happens because of how the brakes and the car interact.

Now, think of this theory like understanding how things slow down or change when you suddenly change the conditions. It’s like asking, “What happens inside my car when I hit the brakes?”

In the theory’s name:

  • “Non-Equilibrium” means when things aren’t in balance, like when your car isn’t at rest.
  • “Self-Consistent” means that the theory makes sure all the pieces fit together logically.
  • “Generalized Langevin Equation” is the fancy math that helps figure out how things slow down or change when conditions change.

So, this theory helps scientists understand how things behave when they’re not in balance and need to adjust to new conditions. It’s like figuring out why your car doesn’t stop instantly when you hit the brakes.

It’s used in many areas of science, not just cars. For example, in chemistry, it can help understand how molecules react when you change the temperature or pressure. Or in physics, it can explain how particles move when you suddenly change their environment.

“I learned very early the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something.”

— Richard Feynman, Physicist & Writer

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