The collective behavior of animals can be modeled by a system of equations of continuum mechanics endowed with extra terms describing repulsive and attractive forces between the individuals. This system can be viewed as a generalization of the compressible Euler equations with all of its unpleasant consequences, e.g., the non-uniqueness of solutions. In this paper, we analyze the equations describing a viscous approximation of a generalized compressible Euler system and we show that its dissipative measure-valued solutions tend to a strong solution of the Euler system as viscosity tends to zero, provided the strong solution exists.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Applied Mathematics