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Indeed, let T (·) be the minimum time function and let . −1 h(x) = ∇T (x) (36) be the propagation speed of the fire front in the normal direction, as in (4). We then have the identities γ˙1 (t) ≡ σ, T γ1 (t) = t for all t ∈ [t1 , t2 ]. (37) With reference to Fig. 7, let θ1 be the angle between the curve γ1 and the level curve of the minimum time function T (·), at a point x. By (37), one has σ · sin θ1 (x) = h(x). (38) If the initial point γ1 (t1 ) is known, from (38) one can recover the entire curve γ1 .
We set up a local coordinate system at P0 by xˆ cos θ = yˆ − sin θ sin θ cos θ x x =T , y y (10) where θ is the angle between the normal n(x0 ) and the x-axis and T is a rotational ˆ points matrix. The x-axis ˆ then points in the same direction as n(x0 ) and the y-axis in the tangential direction, see Fig. 3. In this local coordinate system, the Euler equations (8) are written as ˆ xˆ + G(U) ˆ yˆ = 0, ˆ t + F(U) U (11) 50 S. -W. Shu Fig. 3 The local coordinate system (10). For static geometries, tn dependence can be suppressed where ⎛ˆ ⎞ ⎛ ⎞ U1 ρ ⎜Uˆ 2 ⎟ ⎜ρ uˆ ⎟ ˆ = ⎜ ⎟ = ⎜ ⎟, U ⎝Uˆ 3 ⎠ ⎝ρ vˆ ⎠ E Uˆ 4 uˆ u =T .
K) Extrapolate (Vm )μ,ν to the boundary to obtain Vm , k = 0, . . , 4, with fifth order WENO type extrapolation. See Sect. 4 of  for details of the 2D extrapolation. ILW for Numerical Boundary Conditions 53 Fig. 4 Physical domain of shock reflection from a cylinder.