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Коптев А. В. ИНТЕГРИРОВАНИЕ УРАВНЕНИЙ ЭЙЛЕРА ДЛЯ 2D ДВИЖЕНИЯ СЖИМАЕМОЙ СРЕДЫ / А. В. Коптев, И. В. Войтко // Международный научно-исследовательский журнал. — 2019. — № 11 (77) Часть 1. — С. 21—26. — URL: https://research-journal.org/physics-mathematics/integration-of-euler-equations-for-2d-motion-of-compressible-medium-flow/ (дата обращения: 25.03.2019. ). doi: 10.23670/IRJ.2018.77.11.003
Коптев А. В. ИНТЕГРИРОВАНИЕ УРАВНЕНИЙ ЭЙЛЕРА ДЛЯ 2D ДВИЖЕНИЯ СЖИМАЕМОЙ СРЕДЫ / А. В. Коптев, И. В. Войтко // Международный научно-исследовательский журнал. — 2019. — № 11 (77) Часть 1. — С. 21—26. doi: 10.23670/IRJ.2018.77.11.003

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ИНТЕГРИРОВАНИЕ УРАВНЕНИЙ ЭЙЛЕРА ДЛЯ 2D ДВИЖЕНИЯ СЖИМАЕМОЙ СРЕДЫ

ИНТЕГРИРОВАНИЕ УРАВНЕНИЙ ЭЙЛЕРА ДЛЯ 2ДВИЖЕНИЯ СЖИМАЕМОЙ СРЕДЫ

Научная статья

Коптев А.В.1, *, Войтко И.В.2

1 ORCID: 0000-0003-2736-7585,

1, 2 Государственный университет морского и речного флота имени адмирала С. О. Макарова, Санкт-Петербург, Россия

* Корреспондирующий автор (alex.koptev[at]mail.ru)

Аннотация

Рассматриваются уравнения Эйлера для 2D неустановившегося движения сжимаемой среды, когда в качестве основных неизвестных выступают две компоненты вектора скорости, плотность и давление. Предложена процедура интегрирования, основанная на введении новых неизвестных и на общих положениях теории дифференциальных уравнений. В результате получены соотношения для простых алгебраических комбинаций основных неизвестных, удобные для решения гидромеханических задач и моделирования реальных потоков.

Ключевые слова: движение, идеальная сжимаемая среда, уравнения Эйлера, плотность, давление, псевдо-функция тока, интеграл.

INTEGRATION OF EULER EQUATIONS FOR 2D MOTION OF COMPRESSIBLE MEDIUM FLOW

Research article

Koptev A.V.1, *, Voytko I.V.2

1 ORCID: 0000-0003-2736-7585,

1, 2 Admiral Makarov state university of maritime and inland shipping, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

* Corresponding author (alex.koptev[at]mail.ru)

Abstract

The Euler equations for 2D unsteady motion of compressible medium flow are under consideration. Two components of velocity vector, density and pressure supposed as the main unknowns. We propose the procedure of integration which based on introduction of new variables and general statements of theory of partial differential equations. As the result we obtain ratios for simple algebraic combinations of main unknowns which convenient for solution of fluid mechanics problems and for simulation of real fluid and gaseous flow.

Keywords: motion, ideal compressible medium, Euler equations, density, pressure, stream pseudo function, integral.

Introduction

The Euler equations are one of the basic relations of classical hydromechanics. Equations of that type describe the motion of fluid and gaseous ideal media. Absence of internal friction is the main characteristic of such a media. Euler equations are of interest from a mathematical point of view as one of the types of nonlinear partial differential equations. These equations are of a great interest as well from practical point of view, as they are the basis for calculation of structures in energy engineering, shipbuilding, aircraft engineering, hydraulic engineering and other areas [1-4].

For the case of 2D isothermal motion of a compressible medium in the absence of external mass forces the Euler equations can be represented as

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Two components of the velocity vector u, v, density ρ and pressure p represents the main unknowns. Each of these values is a function of Cartesian coordinates x, y and time t. The main problem is to find these functions.

For today there are no general approaches to the solution of a problem at hand [1],[5] and studies on this direction are very relevant. In the paper under consideration an attempt is made to integrate equations (1-3) based on the introduction of new unknowns and general provisions of the theory of partial differential equations [6]. A similar method was previously used by author for the purpose to integrate the Navier – Stokes equations [7-8].

The canonical form of equations

Despite the external differences, each of the equations (1-3) can be represented on a divergent form that is, as a linear combination of the first derivatives over x, y and t

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Where  19-02-2019 11-33-39  are some combinations of main unknowns u, v, ρ, p.

Equation (3) already has the form (4) and does not need to be transformed. For this equation  19-02-2019 11-34-48

Equations (1) and (2) can also be reduced to form (4) as a result of the following transformations. Consider the first nonlinear terms in the left-hand parts (1-2) and transform them using equation (3) as

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Using the representation data for 19-02-2019 11-37-04 and transferring all the terms to the left, we come to the equations of the form (4)

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From the latter it follows that

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Thus, each of the equations (1-3) has a canonical representation (4).

Integration and further transformation

Each of the equations of the form (4) allows integration in the general form.

Indeed, the left part (4) represents the divergence of vector 19-02-2019 11-40-45 on 3D space-time coordinate system 19-02-2019 11-40-59. When using the well-known formula of vector analysis

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we conclude that the general solution of (4) is determined by the coordinates of   vector 19-02-2019 11-43-38, where 19-02-2019 11-43-56 is an arbitrary vector of space. Last statement is equally true when 19-02-2019 11-43-56 is a vector of space 19-02-2019 11-46-22 when, as in our case, there is an arbitrary vector from space 19-02-2019 11-40-59.

Specify the coordinates of vector  and the result is equalities as the next

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Where 19-02-2019 11-52-09 are arbitrary doubly differentiable functions of x, y, t, representing the coordinate functions of vector 19-02-2019 11-43-56.

For our case i=1, 2, 3 and therefore we have three triples of expressions similar to (8). These expressions are defined by nine double-differentiable functions of x, y, t.

For these functions, we introduce sequential numbering and notation 19-02-2019 12-15-07, where k=1, 2,…,9. These functions are called as stream pseudo-functions of the first order with number k. First index in its designation corresponds to the number of the stream pseudo-function, and the second to its order. At this stage the order is equal to 1. Taking into account the previously obtained expressions for 19-02-2019 12-17-58 on the basis of (8) we come to the relations as the following

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The nine equations of system (9-11) represent the primary expressions for the integral of the Euler equations, since the combination of their first derivatives leads to equations (5-6), (3). Whereas the last ones are equivalent to original Euler equations.

We set the task to simplify the equations (9-11) as much as possible and give them the most convenient form for practical use. We suggest the transformations as the following. Add up the first of (9) and the second of (10) and multiply the result on 19-02-2019 12-50-50. We obtain a convenient expression for pressure as

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Calculating the differences of the same equations, we obtain

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So, the unknown p is excluded according to (12) and instead of two equations, which contain p, we use equations (12) and (13).

We also pay attention to the following regularity characteristic of some equations of the system (9-11). Three pairs of equations with the same left-hand parts are distinguished. These equations are the second of (9) and the first of (10), the third of (9) and the first of (11), and the third of (10) and the second of (11). By calculating the soil differences for each pair, we arrive at three new equations that can be represented in canonical form (4)

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For each of equations (14-16), we find the solution in general form similar to the way it was done earlier for equations (5-6) and (3). In this case, three triples of new functions are introduced. These functions are called as stream pseudo-functions of the second order and designated as 19-02-2019 12-55-53 where j=1, 2,…,9. Note that second lower index in their designation is equal 2.

As a result, we obtain new equations as the next

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Of the nine equations (17-19) we define 19-02-2019 14-35-45  by first order derivatives of 19-02-2019 14-35-56. Substituting these expressions in equations of determining system we obtain significant simplifications.

Equations (14-16) are executed identically, and it means that the number of equations of the determining system has been reduced by three. So in defining system there are only six equations. These are equations (12), (13), the first and second of (9), the third of (10) and the third of (11). These equations are simplified and take the form of

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Symbol Δ in the first equation (20) denotes 2D Laplace operator in Cartesian coordinates

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then how 19-02-2019 14-39-42  denotes the modulus of the velocity vector 19-02-2019 14-39-50.

Analysis of equations (20) leads to the conclusion that the right-hand sides are determined only by the following six stream pseudo-functions of the second order and their simple combinations:

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Equations (20) can be given a more concise form, if you enter the notation of the formulas

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Taking into account these designations, the equations of the determining system take the form

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Conclusion

Equations (22-27) links main unknowns u, v, ρ, p and associated ones 19-02-2019 15-01-45. The last appeared as a result of integration of the original equations. The order of derivatives of main unknowns in equations (22-27) is one less than their order in the original equations (1-3). In the original equations (1-3) the order of the derivatives of main unknowns is first then how in (22-27) the derivatives of main unknowns are absent. That is we can assume that the order of derivatives is zero. A direct test can be made that exist a combination of the first derivatives that converts equations (22-27) to (3),(5-6) or to the equivalent Euler equations (1-3).

The equations (22-27) considered together represent the integral of Euler equations (1-3) for 2D unsteady motion of the compressible medium.

The main unknowns in equations (22-27) appear in the form of simple algebraic combinations, and there is an excess of the number of unknowns (ten) over the number of equations (six). The solution of equations (22-27) is a simpler mathematical problem than the solution of the original Euler equations (1-3). Equations (22-27) are more convenient for modeling real flows and more convenient for solving problems of fluid and gas mechanics.

In the particular case of motion of an incompressible medium when 19-02-2019 15-03-44, solutions of some fluid mechanics problems presented in the works [9], [10], [11].

Конфликт интересов

Не указан.

Conflict of Interest

None declared.

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