By B. L. Rozdestvenskii and N. N. Janenko
This booklet is largely a brand new variation, revised and augmented through result of the decade, of the paintings of an analogous identify released in 1968 by means of ``Nauka.'' it truly is dedicated to mathematical questions of gasoline dynamics. issues coated comprise Foundations of the speculation of structures of Quasilinear Equations of Hyperbolic style in autonomous Variables; Classical and Generalized suggestions of One-Dimensional gasoline Dynamics; distinction equipment for fixing the Equations of gasoline Dynamics; and Generalized options of platforms of Quasilinear Equations of Hyperbolic sort.
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