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A kinetic equation with kinetic entropy functions for scalar conservation laws

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Number theory.,
  • Conservation laws (Mathematics)

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    StatementBenoit Perthame, Eitan Tadmor.
    SeriesICASE report -- no. 90-11., NASA contractor report -- 181985., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-181985.
    ContributionsTadmor, Eitan., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17660416M

    We say p 00) x Rd.) is an entropy solution if for any Co(Rz), 1. E x for k = 1,, K, The notion of entropy solution implies the following lemma, which is crucial to obtain our regularity results. Lemma (B — Tadmor ()). Let p be an entropy solution and the kinetic function x(v; p) be a solution of the kinetic formulation. Then, ((0,oc) x x. Full text of "Mathematical Details in the application of Non-equilibrium Green's Functions (NEGF) and Quantum Kinetic Equations (QKE) to Thermal Transport" See other formats. In this book the basic principles of continuum mechanics and thermodynam ics are treated in the tradition of the rational framework established in the s, typically in the fundamental memoir "The Non-Linear Field Theories of Mechanics" by Truesdell and Noll. The theoretical aspect of constitutive theories for materials in general has been carefully developed in mathemati cal clarity - from. Kinetic Theory of Gases. Ideal gas law: PV = nRT, where P is the pressure, V is the volume, n is the number of moles, R = J/(mole. K) is the universal gas constant, and T is the temperature in K.


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Get this from a library. A kinetic equation with kinetic entropy functions for scalar conservation laws. [Benoit Perthame; Eitan Tadmor; Langley Research Center.].

The subject of this work are one-dimensional kinetic BGK models, regarded as relaxation models for genuinely non-linear scalar conservation laws.

Kinetic proles of shock waves in the form of. We present a new formulation of multidimensional scalar conservation laws, which includes both the equation and the entropy criterion.

This formulation is a kinetic one involving an additional. A time discretization is introduced for scalar conservation laws, which consists in averaging (in an appropriate sense) the generally multivalued solution given by the A kinetic equation with kinetic entropy functions for scalar conservation laws book method of characteristics.

Convergence toward the physical solutions satisfying the entropy condition is proved. Several numerical schemes are deduced after a full discretization, either with respect to the space Cited by: One-dimensional scalar conservation laws with nondecreasing initial conditions and general fluxes are shown to be the appropriate equations to describe large systems of free particles on the real line, which stick under collision with conservation of mass and by: It is shown that the entropy variable and the kinetic formulation of conservation laws yield new approaches with strong control of the maximum principle.

A general minimization principle is proposed for these kinetic polynomials, together with an original reformulation as an optimal control : Bruno Després, Bruno Després.

Perthame, E. Tadmor, Akinetic equation with kinetic entropy functions for scalar conservation lawsComm Math. Phys., (), – MathSciNet zbMATH CrossRef Google Scholar [15]Cited by: 1. Conservation laws linear by particles densities play important role in the theory of kinetic equations. In the case of Boltzmann equation, they are fundamental macroscopic values necessary for introduction of continuous A kinetic equation with kinetic entropy functions for scalar conservation laws book, when the hydrodynamics equations for.

The fact that kinetic A kinetic equation with kinetic entropy functions for scalar conservation laws book is scalar, unlike linear momentum which is a vector, and hence easier to work with did not escape the attention of Gottfried Wilhelm was Leibniz during – who first attempted a mathematical formulation of the kind of energy which is connected with motion (kinetic energy).

Using Huygens' work on collision, Leibniz noticed that in many mechanical. We propose new Kruzhkov type entropy conditions for one dimensional scalar conservation law with a discontinuous flux. We prove existence and uniqueness of the entropy admissible weak solution to the corresponding Cauchy problem merely under assumptions on the flux which provide the maximum principle.

In particular, we allow multiple flux crossings and we do not need any kind of genuine Cited by: The entropy force is the collective effect of inhomogeneity in disorder in a statistical many particle system.

We demonstrate its presumable effect on one particular astrophysical object, the black hole. We then derive the kinetic equations of a large system of particles including the entropy force. It adds a collective therefore integral term to the Klimontovich equation for the evolution of Author: Rudolf A.

Treumann, Wolfgang Baumjohann. Entropy A kinetic equation with kinetic entropy functions for scalar conservation laws book Partial Differential Equations.

This note covers the following topics: Entropy and equilibrium, Entropy and irreversibility, Continuum thermodynamics, Elliptic and parabolic equations, Conservation laws and kinetic equations, Hamilton–Jacobi and related equations, Entropy and uncertainty, Probability and differential equations.

The first requirement of Eq. (29) expresses the reversible nature of the L contribution to the dynamics: the functional form of the entropy is such that it cannot be affected by the operator generating the reversible dynamics.

The second requirement (29) expresses the conservation of the total energy by the M contribution to the dynamics. Furthermore, it is required that the matrix L is. We assume the existence of a kinetic entropy H: R×Rn → R which is well related to the entropy η of the hyperbolic system we want to relax.

In more precise words, we need that the following nonincrease is checked for the solution of the kinetic equation, d dt R2n H(f ε,v)dvdx ≤ Rn η (U () ε)Q(U ε)dx. result is for rst-order scalar conservation law but we use a non-degeneracy condition which is weaker: it is localized around the mean-value u.

The proof of the convergence of the entropy solution ustated in Theorem 2 uses the kinetic formulation of the Cauchy Problem (1)-(2), which we give in Section 2. @article{osti_, title = {Regularized Chapman-Enskog expansion for scalar conservation laws.

Final report}, author = {Schochet, S and Tadmor, E}, abstractNote = {Rosenau has recently proposed a regularized version of the Chapman-Enskog expansion of hydrodynamics.

This regularized expansion resembles the usual Navier-Stokes viscosity terms at law wave-numbers, but unlike the latter, it.

You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Long-time behavior of a Bose-Einstein equation in a two-dimensional thin domainCited by: In physics, work is the product of force and displacement.A force is said to do work if, when acting, there is a displacement of the point of application in the direction of the force.

For example, when a ball is held above the ground and then dropped, the work done on the ball as it falls is equal to the weight of the ball (a force) multiplied by the distance to the ground (a displacement).In SI base units: 1 kg⋅m²⋅s−2. Relativistic kinetic theory approximation calculation chapter collision brackets collision integrals collision operator collision term conditions of fit conservation laws defined derived dimensionless distribution function energy energy-momentum density energy-momentum tensor entropy production equation of motion equilibrium expansion.

In the equation, Q is the heat absorbed, T is the temperature, and S is the entropy. Entropy is also the measure of energy not available to do work for your system. The Euler equations can be applied to incompressible and to compressible flow – assuming the flow velocity is a solenoidal field, or using another appropriate energy equation respectively (the simplest form for Euler equations being the conservation of the specific entropy).

Historically, only the incompressible equations have been derived by. using a kinetic formulation of the scalar conservation law: see [27] fo r the original contribution, [22] for an improved regularity result, and [32] for a d etailed presen-tation of kinetic formulations and their properties.

The tool for es tablishing the regularizing e ect for kinetic formulations is a class of results known as velocity av. The book is divided into two parts. Part I is devoted to the most fundamental kinetic model: the Boltzmann equation of rarefied gas dynamics.

Additionally, widely used numerical methods for the discretization of the Boltzmann equation are reviewed: the Monte--Carlo method, spectral methods, and finite-difference methods. Publications in Refereed Book Chapters, Proceedings and Lecture Notes.

Cockburn and C.-W. Shu, A new class of non-oscillatory discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods for conservation laws, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Finite Element Methods in Flow Problems, UAH Press,pp S.

Osher and C.-W. Shu, Recent progress on non-oscillatory shock. Hamed Zakerzadeh and Ulrik S. Fjordholm, High-order accurate, fully discrete entropy stable schemes for scalar conservation laws, IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis, 36, 2, (), ().

Crossref E. Tadmor, Entropy Stable Schemes, Handbook of Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Problems - Basic and Fundamental Issues, / Cited by: On the piecewise smoothness of entropy solutions to scalar conservation laws for a large class of initial data, J.

Hyperbol. Differ. The Hermite spectral method for Gaussian type functions, SIAM J. Sci. Comput. 14 A spectral method for the numerical solutions of a kinetic equation describing the dispersion of small particles in a. called entropy condition, is needed to single out a unique weak solution.

Indeed, the conservation law ∂ tu+divf(u) = 0 is a special case of (). A rather complete L∞ entropy solution theory for the Cauchy problem for scalar conservation laws was developed by Kruˇzkov [31] and Vol’pert [44].Cited by: The Boltzmann constant, named after its discoverer, Ludwig Boltzmann, is a physical constant that relates the average relative kinetic energy of particles in a gas with the temperature of the gas.

It occurs in the definitions of the kelvin and the gas constant, and in Planck's law of black-body radiation and Boltzmann's entropy formula.

solution out of all possible ones. For scalar conservation laws several related formulations are in use. We give the one that relies on convex entropies. We call a pair of functions η:R m→ Rand q:R → Rd an entropy-entropy flux pair if η is convex and if the compatibility relations q′ k(u) =.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI) /s 2 1 1 0 5 1 4 Jour. No Ms. B Dispatch: 12/1/ Total pages: 39 Disk Received Disk Used Journal: Numer. Mat. For example, from the equation of state of a gas (i.e., the relation between its volume, temperature and pressure) the last two relations give the isothermal derivatives of entropy with respect to pressure or volume.

This can be integrated to give an expression of entropy involving parameters which are functions of temperature alone. In this paper, we present a numerical scheme for a first-order hyperbolic equation of nonlinear type perturbed by a multiplicative noise.

The problem is set in a bounded domain D of $${\\mathbb{R}^{d}}$$ R d and with homogeneous Dirichlet boundary condition. Using a time-splitting method, we are able to show the existence of an approximate solution.

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[[5]] J. Dolbeault, Kinetic models and quantum effects: A modified Boltzmann equation for Fermi–Dirac particles, Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis (2) (), – 6 [[6]] R.T. Glassey, The Cauchy Problem in Kinetic Theory, Society for Industrial Cited by: 2. Panov, On the theory of generalized entropy solutions of the Cauchy problem for a first-order quasilinear equation in the class of locally integrable functions, Izv.

Ross. Akad. Nauk Ser. Mat. 66 (), no. 6, 91– (Russian, with Russian summary); English transl., Izv. Math. 66 (), no. 6, – Here we show that the ability of a specific class of fluid-kinetic systems [2,3,4] to function at a very low dissipation is dramatically enhanced by enforcing the second principle of thermodynamics in the form of an entropic feedback [].Through concrete examples of turbulent flows, we highlight how entropy-assisted simulation maintains the system at low viscosity, through a highly orchestrated Cited by: 1.

From these laws, the conservation of momentum can be derived as an interesting consequence, and this conservation law in turn explains the fact that an isolated atom at rest remains at rest. The modern approach to the problem starts in quite a different way, by seeking a law of prohibition, a principle explaining why the atom does not move.

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Open and closed systems. III Conservation laws and the stress tensor Page 72 Noether’s theorems. The equalisation of pressure III Minimal energy and maximal entropy Page 78 The classical Lagrangian paradigm.

Maximal entropy at .of called kinetic solution and relies on a new equation, the ebook kinetic formulation, that is derived from the conservation law at hand and that (unlike the original problem) possesses a very important feature - linearity. The two notions of solution, i.e.

entropy and kinetic, are equivalent whenever.