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7) These equations are known as the Euler equations. As discussed in , for example, for incompressible irrotational flows, they reduce to the Laplace equation. In some three-dimensional flows, the viscous terms Á v À si1 À 9u0i u01 vx1 in Eq. 8) vt vxj vxi vx2 vx3 Similarly, the energy equation, Eq. 9) vui vui þ si3 vx2 vx3 The momentum and energy equations resulting from this approximation, Eqs. 9) together with the continuity equation, Eq. 3), are known as the parabolized Navier–Stokes equations.
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