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We assume for the derivation of KCL that this gives a mapping: (ξ, t) → (x1 , x2 ) which is smooth. e. u = (−n2 , n1 ). Equating (x1 )ξt = (x1 )tξ and (x2 )ξt = (x2 )tξ , we get the 2-D KCLb (gn1 )t − (mn2 )ξ = 0. (gn2 )t + (mn1 )ξ = 0, (4) From the conservation laws (4), we can derive the jump relations across a shock ξ = ξs (t) in (ξ, t)-plane. This leads to the shock velocity K = dξs /dt as K=± m2− − m2+ 2 − g2 g+ − 1/2 , (5) where the symbols + and − refer to the states on the two sides. Fig.
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