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Transport in Thermofluids ME220B Homework #5 Problem 1: Read Chapter 17. Problem 2: Show that the governing equations for an inviscid adiabatic flow are given in conservation form by: Continuity: ( ) 0 o j j ρ ρυ + ∂ = Momentum: ( ) ( ) 0 o i j j i i P ρυ ρυ υ + ∂ + ∂ = Energy: ( ) ( ) 0 o j j j e e P ρ ρ υ υ + ∂ + = where / 2 k k e u υ υ = + . Problem 3: Investigate the numerical integration of the problem described in Section 17.2.2. A) Using 501 N = mesh points and 0.0 a ν = try integrating the conservation form of Burgers’ equation for with three different Courant numbers
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