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Internal forces Fint . , as stresses. , there are no tangential forces. x; t / 2 R, so that Fint D pn, where n is again the externally oriented unit normal vector. In total, the force through the surface @ O is thus Z Z pn ds D rp dx: Fint D @O O The reformulation above is obtained by componentwise application of the Theorem of Gauss (with the componentwise divergence being the gradient). 2. External forces Fext . , gravitation or electric as well as magnetic ﬁeld forces. x; t / 2 Rd . Then, via the volume, the external forces induce Z Fext D b dx: O Internal and external forces together sum up to the total force Z .

1:4 for air) and p0 ; the pressure and the mass density in a reference state. 2 Fluid Dynamics Incompressibility. Whenever p D 0; then the ﬂuid is said to be incompressible. This property is the typical model assumption for (pure) ﬂuids, since they (nearly) cannot be compressed under external pressure. The mass density of the moving ﬂuid is constant so that DDt D 0 holds. 15) div u D t C div. u/ D 0 Dt as the third equation. 15) merge. 13) we ﬁnally obtain equations that have already been derived by Leonhard Euler (1707– 1783) and which are therefore today called the incompressible Euler equations: u t C ux u D rp; div u D 0: Here the pressure is determined only up to a constant.

Of PDEs with derivatives of up to second order. Here we are going to study the general type (exempliﬁed in R2 with Euclidean coordinates x; y) LŒu WD auxx C 2buxy C cuyy D f 30 Chapter 1 Elementary Partial Differential Equations in more detail. x; y/, not on the solution u. x; y/; x Áy y Áx ¤ 0: After some intermediate calculation we are led to the transformed equation ƒŒu WD ˛u C 2ˇu Á C uÁÁ D '; where 2 x aÁ2x ˛Da D C 2b x y 2 y; cÁy2 ; Cc C 2bÁx Áy C ˇ D a x Áx C b. x. ; Á/; y. ; Á// as obtained from back-transformation, all other differentiation terms (of lower order) and f are included in '.