A FORTRAN program for solving two-dimensional Euler equations with Godunov methods-user's manual
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A description is given of a program which solves the two-dimensional Euler equations using Godunov Methods. The program was recoded in Fortran from Pascal and accomodates either cascade" or channel flow boundary conditions. The equa - tions, boundary conditions and numerical method are outlined and the structure of the program is given. Results using the Fortran and Pascal versions are briefly compared. The documentation describes a program undergoing development and is not a finished guide for general use.
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