# Completely integrable geodesic flows without any degenerate point

Are there many examples of completely integrable geodesic flows (in the sense of Liouville), with say n integrals $f_1,\cdots, f_n$ such that everywhere, the differentials $(df_1,\cdots,df_n)$ are linearly independant ?

(recall that in the usual definition of completely integrable flows, one only requires that these are independent almost everywhere or in a dense open set).

Thanks !

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A trivial example: geodesic flow on Euclidean $n$-space is straight-line motion, and the momenta $p_1, \dots, p_n$ are first integrals with obviously independent differentials. – Hans Lundmark Oct 22 '13 at 21:09
Yes of course you're right, but what about a geodesic flow on a more complicated Riemannian manifold ? – user102589 Oct 23 '13 at 8:25