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Abhishek Das

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

India

K. T. Joseph

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

India

Manas R. Sahoo

National Institute of Science Education and Research

India

Published on 14 September 2020 DOI :

In this article, we study initial value problem for the zero-pressure gas dynamics system in non conservative form and the associated adhesion approximation. We use adhesion approximation and modi-ed adhesion approximation in the construction of weak asymptotic solution. First we prove a general existence result for the adhesion model for the initial velocity component in H^{s} for s > (^{n} ⁄ _{2}) + 1 and the initial data for the density component being a C^{1} function. Using this, we construct weak asymptotic solution for the system with initial velocity in L^{2} ∩ L^{∞} and the initial density being a bounded Borel measure. Then we make a detailed analysis of the explicit formula for the weak asymptotic solution and generalized solution for the plane-wave type initial data.

In this article, we study initial value problem for the zero-pressure gas dynamics system in non conservative form and the associated adhesion approximation. We use adhesion approximation and modi-ed adhesion approximation in the construction of weak asymptotic solution. First we prove a general existence result for the adhesion model for the initial velocity component in H^{s} for s > (^{n} ⁄ _{2}) + 1 and the initial data for the density component being a C^{1} function. Using this, we construct weak asymptotic solution for the system with initial velocity in L^{2} ∩ L^{∞} and the initial density being a bounded Borel measure. Then we make a detailed analysis of the explicit formula for the weak asymptotic solution and generalized solution for the plane-wave type initial data.

zero-pressure gas dynamics system adhesion approximation explicit formul

zero-pressure gas dynamics system adhesion approximation explicit formul