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Without density variations there is no linkage between the energy equation and the mass conservation and momentum equations. The ﬂow ﬁeld can often be solved by considering mass conservation and momentum equations only. The energy equation only needs to be solved alongside the others if the problem involves heat transfer. 3 Navier---Stokes equations for a Newtonian fluid The governing equations contain as further unknowns the viscous stress components τij. The most useful forms of the conservation equations for ﬂuid ﬂows are obtained by introducing a suitable model for the viscous stresses τij.
Fletcher (1991) noted that under-speciﬁcation of boundary conditions normally leads to failure to obtain a unique solution. Over-speciﬁcation, however, gives rise to ﬂow solutions with severe and unphysical ‘boundary layers’ close to the boundary where the condition is applied. If the location of the outlet or far ﬁeld boundaries is chosen far enough away from the region of interest within the solution domain it is possible to get physically meaningful results. Most careful solutions test the sensitivity of the interior solution to the positioning of outﬂow and far ﬁeld boundaries.
The governing equation is linear so each of the individual Fourier components (and also their sum) would persist in time without change of amplitude. The ﬁnal result is that the discontinuity remains undiminished due to the absence of a dissipation mechanism to remove the kink in the slope. Compressible ﬂuid ﬂows at speeds close to and above the speed of sound exhibit shockwaves and it turns out that the inviscid ﬂow equations are hyperbolic at these speeds. The shockwave discontinuities are manifestations of the hyperbolic nature of such ﬂows.