Exercices corrigés d’algèbre linéaire by Damien Etienne

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2 (3) The flux of the conservative system is given by F(W ) = (ρu, ρu 2 + p, (ρe + p)u, ρϕu)T . (4) Interpolated Pressure Laws 39 The pressure law is of the form p = P(ρ, ε, ϕ). (5) If at the initial time t = 0 the mass fraction ϕ takes only two values 0 (pure liquid phase) and 1 (pure gas phase) then it is also true at any later time. This property implies that theoretically it is only necessary to provide the pressure laws P(ρ, ε, 0) for the liquid and P(ρ, ε, 1) for the gas. A classic choice is the stiffened gas pressure law P(ρ, ε, ϕ) = (γ (ϕ) − 1)ρε − γ (ϕ)π(ϕ), (6) γ (1) = γ1 > 1, π(1) = π1 = 0, γ (0) = γ2 > 1, π(0) = π2 > 0.

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