|Boundary driven phase transitions of the first order for systems of conservation laws|
|Donnerstag 24 Mai 2007 , 10h00|
We argue that driven systems with two particle species and hardcore interactions generically undergo at least two different types of boundary-driven first order phase transitions. One observes them in succession, bringing the system from a low density state to a fully jammed state, by keeping one boundary fixed and changing gradually conditions on the other boundary. As in one-component systems, the phase transitions are caused by shocks motion.