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Galilean presymmetry and the quantization of circulation

Abstract

A theorem of Jauch is used to establish symmetry properties of the free energy of the state of persistent circular flow. The quantization of circulation is shown to follow for equilibrium flow states.

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This work is supported in part through funds provided by the U.S. ERDA under Contract E(11-1)-3069.

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Morrison, H.L., Lindesay, J.V. Galilean presymmetry and the quantization of circulation. J Low Temp Phys 26, 899–907 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00654883

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Keywords

  • Free Energy
  • Magnetic Material
  • Flow State
  • Symmetry Property
  • Equilibrium Flow