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71) becomes V ∂ρ + div(ρV) dV = 0 . 1). 7) admit discontinuous solutions, such as shock waves and contact surfaces. 7) is not valid in general. 72), however, remains valid. 10), the Euler equations. 61) contain the momentum equations augmented by the eﬀects of viscosity, which gives the Navier–Stokes equations, and heat conduction. As done for the mass equation, we now provide the foundations for the law of conservation of momentum, derive its integral form in quite general terms and show that under appropriate smoothness assumptions the diﬀerential form is implied by the 22 1 The Equations of Fluid Dynamics integral form.
171) which is called the vorticity transport equation. This is an advection–diﬀusion equation of parabolic type. 171) one requires the solution for the stream function ψ, which is in turn related to the vorticity ζ via ψxx + ψyy = −ζ . 172) This is called the Poisson equation and is of elliptic type. 172). 173) ζt + (uζ)x + (vζ)y = ν [ζxx + ζyy ] . 167). 11 The Artiﬁcial Compressibility Equations The artiﬁcial compressibility formulation is yet another approach to formulate the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations and was originally put forward by Chorin  for the steady case.
49) can be further corrected to account for the forces of attraction between molecules, the van der Waal forces. These are neglected in both the ideal and covolume equations of state. Accounting for such forces results in a reduction of the pressure by an amount c/v 2 , where c is a quantity that depends on the particular gas under consideration. 49) the pressure is corrected as c RT − . 51) (p + 2 )(v − b) = RT . v This is generally known as the van der Waal’s equation of state for real gases.