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In mathematics, the Euler-Tricomi equation is a linear partial differential equation useful in the study of transonic flow. It is named for Leonhard Euler and Francesco Giacomo Tricomi.
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It is hyperbolic in the half plane x > 0 and elliptic in the half plane x < 0. Its characteristics are xdx2 = dy2, which have the integral
where C is a constant of integration. The characteristics thus comprise two families of semicubical parabolas, with cusps on the line x = 0, the curves lying on the right hand side of the y-axis.
Particular solutions to the Euler-Tricomi equations include
where A,B,C,D are arbitrary constants.
The Euler-Tricomi equation is a limiting form of Chaplygin's equation.
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