On a gas source in a constant force field
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The nonbarochronic regular partially invariant submodel of the equations of gas dynamics is studied. The submodel reduces to an implicit ordinary differential equation of the first order for an auxiliary function X = X(x). The physical quantities (velocity, density, and pressure) are expressed in terms of the function X. The properties of the solutions of the equation are investigated and interpreted physically in terms of gas motion. The existence of a shock-wave solution is proved. The properties of the shock adiabat are studied. It is shown that the results obtained are new and differ significantly from the results for the case of no constant force.
Key wordspartially invariant solution discriminant curve jet space irregular singular point projective change sonic line stationary shock wave
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