This lesson covers the basics of hydrodynamics, focusing on the computation of energy, vorticity, and other properties of simple velocity fields. The lesson provides a detailed explanation of vector fields, their components, and their functional dependencies. It also discusses the concept of free-slip basis, stress-free walls, and the computation of kinetic energy. The lesson further explores the properties of velocity fields, including divergence, vorticity, and energy. It also introduces the concept of Fourier space and provides examples of different velocity fields and their properties.

- Velocity fields are a fundamental concept in hydrodynamics, and their properties such as energy, vorticity, and divergence can be computed.
- Free-slip basis and stress-free walls are important concepts in understanding the behavior of velocity fields.
- The properties of velocity fields can be used to understand and predict the behavior of fluid flows, such as the presence of cyclones and anticyclones.
- The concept of maximal helicity is crucial in understanding the behavior of velocity fields.

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