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Approximating viscosity solutions of the Euler system

by   Eduard Feireisl, et al.

Applying the concept of S-convergence, based on averaging in the spirit of Strong Law of Large Numbers, the vanishing viscosity solutions of the Euler system are studied. We show how to efficiently compute a viscosity solution of the Euler system as the S-limit of numerical solutions obtained by the Viscosity Finite Volume method. Theoretical results are illustrated by numerical simulations of the Kelvin–Helmholtz instability problem.


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