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5 (Hyperbolic System). 2) is said t o be hyperbolic at a point ( x ,t ) if A has m real eigenvalues X I , . . , A, and a corresponding set of m linearly independent right eigenvectors K ( l ) ,. . , K(,). T h e system i s said t o be strictly hyperbolic if the eigenvalues X i are all distinct. Kote that strict hyperbolicity implies hyperbolicity, because real and distinct eigenvalues ensure the existence of a set of linearly independent eigenvectors. 2) is said to be elliptic at a point (x,t ) if none of the eigenvalues A, of A are real.

In this book we are interested in numerical methods to solve the governing equations. 1 . 7) by adding the physical effects of viscosity. 7) that are modified. The stresses in a fluid, given by a tensor S, are due to the effects of the thermodynamic pressure p and the viscous stresses. 10) and 17 is the viscous stress tensor. It is desirable to express S in terms of flow variables already defined. For the pressure contribution this has already been achieved by defining p in terms of other thermodynamic variables via an equation of state.

In this case 9 ( t ) in (1 66) becomes the total mass in the volume I - . By assuming t h a t n o mass as generated or annahrlated wrthzn V and recalling that the surface A moves with the fluid velocity. which means that no mass flows across t h e surface. This integral conservation law may be generalised t o include sources of mass, which will then appear as additional integral terms. 5 Integral Form of the Equations 21 and thus is the time-rate of change of the mass enclosed by the volume V. 71) is the net mass inflow, per unit time, over the mass outflow.

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