Solution of the Riemann problem for an ideal polytropic dusty gas in magnetogasdynamics

  • 1 Department of Applied Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India
Astha ChauhanORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8995-2336 and Rajan Arora
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Abstract

The main aim of this paper is, to obtain the analytical solution of the Riemann problem for a quasi-linear system of equations, which describe the one-dimensional unsteady flow of an ideal polytropic dusty gas in magnetogasdynamics without any restriction on the initial data. By using the Rankine-Hugoniot (R-H) and Lax conditions, the explicit expressions of elementary wave solutions (i. e., shock waves, simple waves and contact discontinuities) are derived. In the flow field, the velocity and density distributions for the compressive and rarefaction waves are discussed and shown graphically. It is also shown how the presence of small solid particles and magnetic field affect the velocity and density across the elementary waves. It is an interesting fact about this study that the results obtained for the Riemann problem are in closed form.

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