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This chapter introduces some of the fundamental concepts that arise in the theory of incompressible, inviscid (or, to be more exact, high Reynolds number) fluid motion. Further information on these concepts can be found in Faber 1995, Batchelor 2000, and Milne-Thompson 2011.

Richard Fitzpatrick 2016-03-31