The Cauchy problem of the Euler equations in the whole space is considered with non-decaying initial velocity in the frame work of B∞,11. It is proved that if the initial velocity is real analytic then the solution is also real analytic in spatial variables. Furthermore, a new estimate for the size of the radius of convergence of Taylor's expansion is established. The key of the proof is to derive the suitable estimates for the higher order derivatives of the bilinear terms. It is also shown the propagation of the almost periodicity in spatial variables.
- Almost periodicity
- Non-decaying initial velocity
- The Euler equations
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