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Old   August 18, 1999, 04:29
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Jan Ramboer
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Hello,

This might be a stupid basic question (although there exist no stupid questions, just ... ;-) but I am a bit confused about the Euler equations. In the literature those three seemed to be used alot but can't really figure out which equations are which. Non-linear Euler equations, quasi-linear Euler equations and the linearized Euler equations. Can somebody put some facts on those three names please?

Thanks for your time,

Jan
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Old   August 18, 1999, 07:26
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Yogesh Talekar
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Dear Jan,

The equations what we derive from three fundamental conservations (i.e. Conservation of mass, momentum and energy) are the REAL Euler equations. These are non-linear equations basically. I think in conseravtion form they will look like : dU/dt + dF/dx = 0.

I don't know much about the quasi-linear Euler equations. But the above non-linear form viz. dU/dt + dF/dx = 0 can be "linearised". The resultant equations will look like dU/dt + [B] dU/dx =0.. Here [B] is called as Jacobian Matrix. It is a 3X3 matrix for 1-D Euler equations. The details can be found in "Computational Fluid Dynamics" by P.J.Roche (1976) or A.D.Anderson (1994 I think!) But in case u get some information about quasi-linear Euler equations ..please let me know! (I am curious too!)

bye YOG
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Old   August 19, 1999, 01:58
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John C. Chien
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