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Results with a variable v velocity

In the previous study, we have seen that the shock doesn't appears for a Reynolds number equal to 100. In order to continue to see it, we keep Re=1000. Then, in this section we interrest us to the value of the v velocity and his effect on the u velocity. In the first study, we have taken a constant v velocity with a value which can make comparable the transveral advection speed and the steepening speed possible. The second study has been realized with a variable v velocity given by the integration of the continuity equation.


Alban Depoutre