Symmetries and Differential Invariants for Inviscid Flows on a Curve

@article{Duyunova2020SymmetriesAD,
  title={Symmetries and Differential Invariants for Inviscid Flows on a Curve},
  author={Anna Duyunova and Valentin V. Lychagin and Sergey Tychkov},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Symmetries and the corresponding fields of differential invariants of the inviscid flows on a curve are given. Their dependence on thermodynamic states of media is studied, and a classification of thermodynamic states is given. 
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