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1 that there are signiﬁcant commonalities between the various equations. 39) is the so-called transport equation for property φ. It clearly highlights the various transport processes: the rate of change term and the convective term on the left hand side and the diffusive term ( Γ = diffusion coefﬁcient) and the source term respectively on the right hand side. In order to bring out the common features we have, of course, had to hide the terms that are not shared between the equations in the source terms.
49) The ﬁrst component of the solution, function F1, is constant if x − ct is constant and hence along lines of slope dt/dx = 1/c in the x–t plane. The second component F2 is constant if x + ct is constant, so along lines of slope dt/dx = −1/c. The lines x − ct = constant and x + ct = constant are called the characteristics. Functions F1 and F2 represent the so-called simple wave solutions of the problem, which are travelling waves with velocities +c and −c without change of shape or amplitude.
If M < 1 the pressure can propagate disturbances at the speed of sound, which is greater than the ﬂow speed. But if M > 1 the ﬂuid velocity is greater than the propagation speed of disturbances and the pressure is unable to inﬂuence events in the upstream direction. Limitations on the zone of inﬂuence are a key feature of hyperbolic phenomena, so the supersonic inviscid ﬂow equations are hyperbolic. Below, we will see a simple example that demonstrates this behaviour. In thin shear layer ﬂows all velocity derivatives in the ﬂow (x- and z-) direction are much smaller than those in the cross-stream ( y-) direction.