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AMS 691 Special Topics in Applied Mathematics Lecture 5. James Glimm Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Stony Brook University Brookhaven National Laboratory. Total time derivatives. Euler’s Equation. Conservation form of equations. Momentum flux. Viscous Stress Tensor.

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### AMS 691Special Topics in Applied MathematicsLecture 5

James Glimm

Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics,

Stony Brook University

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Two Phase NS Equationsimmiscible, Incompressible
• Derive NS equations for variable density
• Assume density is constant in each phase with a jump across the interface
• Compute derivatives of all discontinuous functions using the laws of distribution derivatives
• I.e. multiply by a smooth test function and integrate formally by parts
• Leads to jump relations at the interface
• Away from the interface, use normal (constant density) NS eq.
• At interface use jump relations
• New force term at interface
• Surface tension causes a jump discontinuity in the pressure proportional to the surface curvature. Proportionality constant is called surface tension
Reference for ideal fluid andgamma law EOS

@Book{CouFri67,

author = "R. Courant and K. Friedrichs",

title = "Supersonic Flow and Shock Waves",

publisher = "Springer-Verlag",