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Old   April 2, 2013, 14:37
Default Riemann Invariants for the 2-Dimensional Euler Equations
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When applying the Riemann Invariants at subsonic inflow/outflow boundaries, you require the normal velocity and tangential velocity of internal cells or the free-stream. Am I correct in assuming that these quantities are not just the magnitude of those velocities, but that they can have negative signs?

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