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|Title: ||Constructal theory of distribution of city sizes.|
|Authors: ||Bejan, A.|
Miguel, A. F.
|Keywords: ||city size|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2006|
|Publisher: ||John Wiley & Sons|
|Citation: ||A. Bejan, S. Lorente, A. F. Miguel, A. H. Reis (2006) Constructal theory of distribution of city sizes. In “Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics” by A. Bejan, 3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey, chapter 13.4, 774-779|
|Abstract: ||Every sector of society is a conglomerate of mating flows that morph in time in order to flow more easily: people, goods, money, information, and so on. Like all the flows of nature and engineering, social constructs are "alive". The view that society is a flow system with intertwined morphing (improving)
architectures was part of the original disclosure of constructal theory.|
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