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comment Walking & Swinging
@JohnRennie "...reduces the torque on the body and therefore makes it twist less". Is there a way to show this formally, without relying on experimental data?
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comment Free energy variations
If I understand, it becomes $\frac{\partial f}{\partial p_{i}}-\sum\partial_{j}\frac{\partial f}{\partial\partial_{j}p_i}$, is that true?
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comment Free energy variations
Thanks, and if $f=f(r,p(r),\nabla\cdot p(r), \nabla\times p(r))$?
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