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Inertial Momentum Dissipation for Viscosity Solutions of Euler Equations. I. Flow Around a Smooth Body

@inproceedings{Quan2022InertialMD,
  title={Inertial Momentum Dissipation for Viscosity Solutions of Euler Equations. I. Flow Around a Smooth Body},
  author={Hao Quan and Gregory L. Eyink},
  year={2022}
}
We study the local balance of momentum for weak solutions of incompressible Euler equations obtained from the zero-viscosity limit in the presence of solid boundaries, taking as an example flow around a finite, smooth body. We show that both viscous skin friction and wall pressure exist in the inviscid limit as distributions on the body surface. We define a nonlinear spatial flux of momentum toward the wall for the Euler solution, and show that wall friction and pressure are obtained from this… 

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