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10) has a root corresponding to the characteristic direction (dx/dt)c = u. The compatibility relation is r = 0, the equation itself. It states that if (u)c is the value of u along the characteristic, (duc/dt) = (au/fJt) + (dx/dt)c (au/ax) = 0, hence u is constant on C. The slope of C is also constant as a consequence, hence the characteristics are the straight lines ~ = x - ut = const. Burgers equation is hyperbolic. The general solution to Burgers' equation can be written in the following implicit form u(x, t) = F(x - ut), where F(~) is an arbitrary function of a single argument.
X -1 Fig. 2. Expansion fan with Burgers' equation ii) I-D Euler Equations. 12) are given by: ( :u ) nt + pE (pu~: p ) nx = 0. 4 Conservation Laws and Jumps for a System of PDEs For steady flow (nt 39 = 0) the conditions reduce to p) = 0, ( Pur:: puH which can be further simplified by taking into account the first equation to reduce the last jump condition to (H) = O. The total enthalpy is conserved across a steady shock. iii) Elliptic System. 7) which, for t = Y and c = i. 15) The jump conditions are The elimination of nx and ny yields which cannot be satisfied, except by the trivial solution (v) = (w) = O.
48· ! 6 Solution of a Linear System with Tridiagonal Matrix Algebraic systems of equations obtained by discretization of PDEs by finite difference schemes often have a very simple structure, with few non-zero entries along certain diagonals. 10) is important and justifies the presentation of the Thomas algorithm in this paragraph. The Thomas algorithm (or double sweep method) is a particular case of the Gauss elimination algorithm pertinent to tridiagonal matrices. Definition: A matrix A = (ai,j) is said to be tridiagonal if ai,j j =f= i-I, i or i + 1.