A Hamiltonian regularisations of barotropic Euler equations

Billel Guelmame
Université Côte d'Azur, LJAD, 28 Avenue Valrose, 06108 Nice Cedex 02, 06000 Nice

The inviscid Burgers, Euler and Saint-Venant equations are nonlinear hyperbolic PDEs modeling fluid flows and surface water waves propagating in shallow water. These equations, prominent in physics, are the subject of numerous mathematical and numerical investigations. It is well-known that these equations develop shocks in finite time, even for regular initial conditions. These shocks are problematic, in particular, for numerical simulations. Therefore, several techniques have been proposed to regularized these equations. Adding viscosity or/and dispersion into the equations can avoid the formation of shocks. Here, we study a regularization of barotropic Euler equations, which conserves the energy, and generalize the conservative regularization of the Saint-Venant equations proposed by Clamond and Dutykh in 2017.