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Dynamics of Discontinuity Surfaces. Read an Excerpt Excerpt 1: Inviscid Incompressible Flow supplies a rigorous introduction tothe continuum mechanics of fluid flows. This self-contained sourcebook describes both solution methods unique to two-dimensional flows and methods for axisymmetric and three-dimensional flows, many of which can be applied to two-dimensional flows as a special case.