By V.K. Andreev, O.V. Kaptsov, Vladislav V. Pukhnachev, A.A. Rodionov
It used to be some time past that crew research of differential equations turned a robust software for learning nonlinear equations and boundary worth difficulties. This research used to be specially fruitful in program to the fundamental equations of mechanics and physics as the invariance rules are already interested in their derivation. it truly is not at all a twist of fate that the equations of hydrodynamics served because the first item for employing the hot principles and strategies of crew research that have been built through 1. V. Ovsyannikov and his tuition. The authors rank themselves as disciples of the college. the current monograph offers more often than not with group-theoretic class of the equations of hydrodynamics within the presence of planar and rotational symmetry and likewise with building of actual suggestions and their actual interpretation. it's worthy noting that the concept that of actual technique to a differential equation isn't outlined conscientiously; various authors realize it in several methods. the idea that of actual resolution expands besides the growth of arithmetic (solu tions in straightforward capabilities, in quadratures, and in unique services; strategies within the type of convergent sequence with successfully computable phrases; suggestions whose looking out reduces to integrating usual differential equations; and so forth. ). We reflect on it justifiable to complement the set of tangible ideas with rank one and rank in variation and partly invariant ideas to the equations of hydrodynamics.
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