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Old   January 12, 2010, 19:13
Post Is 2d Taylor-Green vortex unstable in inviscid limit ?
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Dear Friends,

I am simulating the Taylor-Green vortex on a uniform cartesian mesh in the inviscid limit, Re=10^9 in 2D ? Is this flow unstable at this Re in 2d ? Can anyone point out some useful references wherein I can read about the same ?

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