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How does a vacuum cleaner simulate a tornado How is it like a real tornado?
A Vacuum Cleaner is similar to a tornado because a vacuum cleaner sucks things up as does a tornado. Some people might say a tornado is God's vacuum cleaner.
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Yes, there is always something better. Unless of course you are talking about our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ
yes there real!!! tornadoes are a fierce wind storms coming down from the sky they are twisty some people call them Twisters because they twist so much you don't wanna see a t…ornadoes, they can kill you that is if you get sucked into one, then you'll most likely die. they are scary there is a scale of tornadoes here's the list: F0:roofs mildly damaged tree limbs broken, some trees uprooted F1:roofs severely damaged F2:roofs torn from frame homes, trailer destroyed, cars are lifted and tossed F3:houses loose roofs and many walls collapse,most trees uprooted F4: houses leveled and left a a pile of debris, trees stripped of bark F5:Homes blown clean off foundations.
Tornadoes are powerful and often destructive. They can be terryfying to those in their path, and devastating to those who lose their homes or loved ones.
The air pressure inside a tornado is very low. because the air pressure outside of the tornado is higher than the pressure inside, air rushes into the tornado. Rushing air cau…ses the tornado to act like a vacuum cleaner; objects are pushed into the tornado.
Generally speaking, it is a terryfying experience.
Because they are both like a fat guy suck everything up and then dispose of it when their done. However fat guys don't give things back up as fast as tornados and vacuum clean…ers
I think it's human nature to be fascinated by them.
people who like storm chasing
because the air in side them is moving so fast that it makes the tornado have less pressure than the things around it making every thing get sucked in to it just like a vacuum…
Tornadoes often seem like vacuum cleaners because they form from the rotating updraft of a supercell thunderstorm. The winds from these updrafts, which are usually not severe,… become focused on a much smaller area and intensify accordingly.
No, inside a tornado the pressure is reduced by several psi, but it is not a vacuum. It only takes a pressure difference of 2 or 3 psi between inside and outside of a tornado …to produce intense winds. Most of the damage from tornadoes comes from the winds that can exceed 200 mph.
As with a vacuum a tornado continuously generates low pressure that essentially sucks air inwards, sometimes taking objects with it.
No. A tornado is defined as a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm to the ground. The vortex in a tornado tube may rotate, but it meets n…one of the other criteria.
Fairly poorly. Although a simulator can create a smaller, non-violent vortex that resembles a tornado it cannot mimic the larger-scale dynamics that actually drive a real torn…ado.
Both a tornado and a vacuum generate low pressure that draws air inward.
Not really. Twister got some things right and some things wrong. For one thing, based on the damage observed and the stated intensities, the tornadoes in Twister were …generally larger and more intense than the average tornado. None of the tornadoes appeared to have been of less than F2 intensity, putting them in the strongest 10% of recorded tornadoes. Conversely, the final chase scene actually underplays the destructive potential of an F5 tornado. The manner in which some of the tornadoes threw large objects is also rather unlikely. That the tornadoes seemed to chase the storm chasers is also somewhat unrealistic. While such things have happened occasionally, most tornadoes stay on a relatively straight path. There are other minutiae that could be discussed, but that would make this answer rather long. In the movie's favor, tornadoes similar in appearance to those that appeared in Twister have occurred. This is related to the fact that, in designing the tornadoes for the movie, the filmmakers studied footage of real tornadoes. The Fujita scale is a real thing that is used to rate tornadoes.