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Numerical simulations of the Euler system with congestion constraint

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Partial Differential Equations in Kinetic Theories

In this paper, we study the numerical simulations for Euler system with maximal density constraint. This model is developed in [1, 3] with the constraint introduced into the system by a singular pressure law, which causes the transition of different asymptotic dynamics between di erent regions. To overcome these diffculties, we adapt and implement two asymptotic preserving (AP) schemes originally designed for low Mach number limit [2,4] to our model. These schemes work for the di erent dynamics and capture the transitions well. Several numerical tests both in one dimensional and two dimensional cases are carried out for our schemes.

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