By Caterina Calgaro, Jean-François Coulombel, Thierry Goudon

This quantity collects the contributions of a convention held in June 2005 on the laboratoire Paul Painleve (UMR CNRS 8524) in Lille, France. The assembly was once meant to study sizzling themes and destiny traits in fluid dynamics, with the target to foster exchanges of varied viewpoints (e.g. theoretical, and numerical) at the addressed questions. It contains a set of study articles on contemporary advances within the research and simulation of fluid dynamics.

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It would be interesting to prove mathematically such formal derivations. We make here a few remarks concerning the hypothesis which have been used to derive formally these viscous shallow water equations with damping terms. First hypothesis. The viscosity is of order ε, meaning that the viscosity is of the same order than the depth, and the asymptotic analysis is performed at order 1. Second hypothesis. The boundary condition at the bottom for the Navier–Stokes equations is taken using wall laws.

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Numerical approximation of compressible ﬂuid models with density dependent viscosity. In preparation (2005). [9] D. Bresch, B. -M. Ghidaglia. On bi-ﬂuid compressible models. In preparation (2005). Results and Open Problems about Shallow Water Equations 29 [10] D. Bresch, B. Desjardins. Existence globale de solutions pour les ´equations de Navier–Stokes compressibles compl`etes avec conduction thermique. C. R. Acad. , Paris, Section math´ematiques. Submitted (2005). [11] D. Bresch, B. Desjardins.