Galilean-Invariant and Thermodynamically Consistent Model of a Composite Isotropic Medium View Full Text


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DATE

2004-09

AUTHORS

S. K. Godunov

ABSTRACT

The hydrodynamics of a multiphase media or a mixture is formalized in the form of a hyperbolic system taking into account chemical reactions. Additional conditions consistent with the system are found for the solutions to ensure conservation of energy and momentum.

PAGES

613-621

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