By Sandro Salsa, Federico M. G. Vegni, Anna Zaretti, Paolo Zunino

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53) g (x) = x < 0, u− where u+ and u− are constants, u+ = u− and q ∈ C 2 (R), and q ≥ h > 0. This problem is known as Riemann problem, and it is particularly important for the numerical approximation of more complex problems. 54) 44 2 Scalar Conservation Laws where ds q(u+ ) − q(u− ) = . dt u+ − u− b) If u+ > u− , the unique entropy solution is the rarefaction wave ⎧ x u− ⎪ t < q (u− ) ⎪ ⎨ q (u− ) < xt < q (u+ ) u (x, t) = r xt ⎪ ⎪ ⎩ x u+ t > q (u+ ) −1 where r = (q ) , is the inverse function of q .

This means that the pollutant has not yet reached the point x at time t, if x > vt. 17), we ﬁnd c (x, t) = βH t − x −γ x e v . v Observe that in (0, 0) there is a jump discontinuity which is transported along the characteristic x = vt. The Fig. 7, v = 2. 3 Inﬂow and outﬂow characteristics. A stability estimate The domain in the localized source problem is the quadrant x > 0, t > 0. 2 Linear transport equation 25 Fig. 5. The arrows indicate where the data should be assigned x > 0, and the boundary data on the t−axis, t > 0.

13), w satisﬁes the ordinary diﬀerential equation dw = vcx (x0 + vt, t) + ct (x0 + vt, t) = f (x0 + vt, t) dt with the initial condition w (0) = g (x0 ) . 22 2 Scalar Conservation Laws Thus t w (t) = g (x0 ) + f (x0 + vs, s) ds. 0 ¯ − v t¯, we get Letting t = t¯ and recalling that x0 = x t f (¯ x − v(t¯ − s), s) ds. 15) is our solution. 1. Let g ∈ C 1 (R) and f, fx ∈ C (R × R+ ). The solution of the initial value problem ct + vcx = f (x, t) x ∈ R, t > 0 c(x, 0) = g (x) x∈R is given by the formula t c (x, t) = g (x − vt) + f (x − v(t − s), s) ds.

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