Compressible Euler Fluids
Thus far, we have mainly confined our attention to incompressible fluids. While the assumption of incompressibility is reasonable when we restrict our attention to liquids, it is inappropriate when dealing with gases. In this section, we shall discuss briefly some interesting features that are a consequence of compressibility. The main results presented in this section pertain to the Munk-Prim substitution principle and the uniqueness of the flow of a compressible fluid.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Fluid Dynamics Industrial Mathematic Incompressible Fluid Compressible Fluid
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