# Dictionary of Pure and Applied Physics by Dipak Basu

By Dipak Basu

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The equations Symmetry in Nonlinear Mechanics 51 called the Kadomtsev-Pogutse equations are of interest in this section. Their symmetry group is to be found on page 23 of this volume. Related work is also discussed in a comprehensive book by Konopelchenko (1987). 3 Fluid Mechanics and Group Invariance Similarity solutions, as fluid mechanicians called invariant solutions, were developed early for the boundary layer equations (see Schlichting, 1960, for details and history). They were developed, mostly, by ad hoc use of the scaling and spiral subgroups.