Reply to “Comment on ‘Symmetry of Kelvin-wave dynamics and the Kelvin-wave cascade in theT=0superfluid turbulence’ ”

@article{Sonin2012ReplyT,
  title={Reply to “Comment on ‘Symmetry of Kelvin-wave dynamics and the Kelvin-wave cascade in theT=0superfluid turbulence’ ”},
  author={Edouard B. Sonin},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2012},
  volume={86}
}
  • E. Sonin
  • Published 25 August 2012
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
I discuss the Comment by L'vov and Nazarenko (arXiv:1208.4593) aiming at refutation of my perviously published criticism of their mechanism of the Kelvin-wave cascade. It is important that in their Comment L'vov and Nazarenko admitted that the Hamiltonian, from which they derived their mechanism, is not tilt-invariant. This provides full ammunition to their critics, who believe that their mechanism is in conflict with tilt symmetry of the Kelvin-wave dynamics in an isotropic space. 
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