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Vu 50 DONALD R. JOHNSON Total energy e is defined as the sum of the internal L, geopotential4, and kinetic k energies (Van Mieghem, 1973). The rotufflow energy is defined as the sum of total energy e plus the R T component of pressure work and is italicized to minimize confusion with total energy. Changes of total energy occur by means of the convective transport of total energy and the nonconvective transport of total energy by boundary pressure work (Johnson, 1980; Johnson and Downey, 1982). The RTcomponent of work, which is equal to p a , is sometimes referred to as “flow energy” (Haltiner and Martin.
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