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Hydrodynamics with helical symmetry

  title={Hydrodynamics with helical symmetry},
  author={Jack H. Farrell and Xiaoyang Huang and Andrew Lucas},
We present the hydrodynamics of fluids in three spatial dimensions with helical symmetry, wherein only a linear combination of a rotation and translation is conserved in one of the three directions. The hydrodynamic degrees of freedom consist of scalar densities (e.g. energy or charge) along with two velocity fields transverse to the helical axis when the corresponding momenta are conserved. Nondissipative hydrodynamic coefficients reminiscent of chiral vortical coefficients arise. We write down… 

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