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Old   June 30, 2011, 10:56
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If we have an inviscid flow starting with initial condition like sinxcosy, then the energy and enstrophy should be conserved. Two questions:
(a) what is the situation of energy and enstrophy if we have condition like sin2xcosy+sin2ycos2x?
(b) and how about random initial condition.?

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