Continuous adjoint complement to the Blasius equation

@article{Khl2020ContinuousAC,
  title={Continuous adjoint complement to the Blasius equation},
  author={Niklas K{\"u}hl and Peter Marvin M{\"u}ller and Thomas Rung},
  journal={Physics of Fluids},
  year={2020}
}
The manuscript is concerned with a continuous adjoint complement to two-dimensional, incompressible, first-order boundary-layer equations for a flat plate boundary-layer. The text is structured into three parts. The first part demonstrates, that the adjoint complement can be derived in two ways, either following a first simplify then derive or a first derive and then simplify strategy. The simplification step comprises the classical boundary-layer (b.-l.) approximation and the derivation step… 

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