This lesson covers the basics of compressible Navier Stokes equations, extending from one-dimensional Euler equations to two dimensions. It discusses the ability of these equations to handle high-speed flow problems and wave features. The lesson also explains the continuity equation, x momentum equation, y momentum equation, and energy equation. It further elaborates on the numerical scheme for solving these equations, using the McCormack's time marching technique. The lesson concludes with a practical example of a supersonic flow impinging on a flat plate, demonstrating how to apply these equations and techniques in a real-world scenario.

- Compressible Navier Stokes equations are an extension of one-dimensional Euler equations to two dimensions.
- These equations can handle high-speed flow problems and wave features.
- The continuity equation, x momentum equation, y momentum equation, and energy equation are key components of these equations.
- The McCormack's time marching technique is a useful numerical scheme for solving these equations.
- Practical application of these equations can be seen in scenarios like a supersonic flow impinging on a flat plate.

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