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Old   September 8, 2008, 06:19
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It is know that the one-dimensional Euler equations are hyperbolic. Can somebody explain to me what is the region of hyperbolicty for these equations. i.e. how can I confirm this region for the 3 eigenvalues in a plot sense.

I hope someone will be able to explain this to me as this is really a difficult question!

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