Review of Eulerian Computation for 1-D Inviscid Flow
Let σ be a stationary surface of discontinuity and n be a unit normal of σ (Figure 3.1). We take a rectangular volume Ω for which σ cuts across Ω as shown in the figure. Let S + denote the surface of Ω which lies in the positive side of σ, S − that lies in the negative side, and S l denote the lateral surfaces of Ω.
KeywordsShock Wave Rarefaction Wave Riemann Problem Inviscid Flow Shock Speed
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