Volume 17, Issue 5
Spirals in 2-D Gas Dynamics Systems

Xiu Chuan Gu, Shu Li Yang & Li Xin Tao

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J. Comp. Math., 17 (1999), pp. 463-474

Published online: 1999-10

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In this paper,the phenomena of spirals are numerically presented by MmB scheme for initial value problems of 2-D gas dynamics (y=1.4), which include 2-D Riemann problems and continuous initial value problems.In isentropic flow, for high speed rotation (v_0/c_0 < KF 2 KF), there is a region of vacuum at the origin and for low speed rotation (v_0/c_0 < KF 2 KF), there is no vacuum, and for adiabatic flow, the structure of spirals is also discussed.

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Spiral MmB scheme Conservation laws

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TY - JOUR T1 - Spirals in 2-D Gas Dynamics Systems JO - Journal of Computational Mathematics VL - 5 SP - 463 EP - 474 PY - 1999 DA - 1999/10 SN - 17 DO - http://doi.org/ UR - https://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/jcm/9118.html KW - Spiral KW - MmB scheme KW - Conservation laws AB - In this paper,the phenomena of spirals are numerically presented by MmB scheme for initial value problems of 2-D gas dynamics (y=1.4), which include 2-D Riemann problems and continuous initial value problems.In isentropic flow, for high speed rotation (v_0/c_0 < KF 2 KF), there is a region of vacuum at the origin and for low speed rotation (v_0/c_0 < KF 2 KF), there is no vacuum, and for adiabatic flow, the structure of spirals is also discussed.
Xiu Chuan Gu, Shu Li Yang & Li Xin Tao. (1970). Spirals in 2-D Gas Dynamics Systems. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 17 (5). 463-474. doi:
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