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A sphere has 0 vortex and a cylinder has 2 faces
The difference is that eddy make wind, water change direction and vortex its just awhirlwind or whirlpool.
Since a tornado is a spinning column of air with an axis of rotation, the tornado itself is a vortex. Some tornadoes also contain smaller vortices call suction vortices. These vortices circle with the rotation of the main vortex and carve curved paths of more severe damage within the main damage path. A tornado with such features is called a multiple vortex tornado.
look in your toilet when you flush,the rotation is a vortex a tornado is a vortex when your sink drains,the rotaion is also a vortex on the other side of the equator,the rotation is reversed Edit: I came across this answer and I think the person was asking about actual locations. There are many vortexes in Arizona, google Arizona vortexes. Many people go to them for meditation and healing purposes.
A multiple vortex tornado has smaller, short-lived vortices moving around inside of it. The suction vortices have stronger winds than the rest of the tornado and are noted for cutting narrow curved swaths of intense damage. A multiple vortex tornado sometimes has the appearance of two or more tornadoes moving circles. A single vortex tornado is simply one vortex of tornadic wind.
A vortex is a rapidly whirling spiral of gas or fluid that rotates around its own center. A vortex is caused by the air and liquids having a difference in momentum and begin to create a circular motion. An example of a vortex is a tornado.
A tornado is a kind of vortex, but there are other varieties of vortex with different driving mechanisms. A tornado is a vortex typically a few hundred to a few thousand feet wide that usually comes from a larger but less intense vortex called a mesocyclone, which is the result of a thunderstorm updraft interacting with wind shear. Large scale high and low pressure systems are also vortices driven by the Coriolis effect. You can also see a vortex in a draining pool of water.
A whirlpool is a kind of vortex. More specifically, a whirlpool is a vortex in water that can form from interacting currents. Different types of vortex can occur in air, water, or just about any liquid or gas.
Words related to tornadoes include: funnel cloud, wall cloud, mesocyclone, supercell, hook echo, rotation, vortex, subvortex, vortex breakdown, updraft, downdraft, and debris.
Contrary to popular belief, water swirling down the drain is no related to the Earth's rotation or the Coriolis effect. The swirling vortex over the drain is likely related to angular momentum; the distance from the center of the rotation determines the speed of the rotation. o
No. A cyclone is a vortex, but a vortex doesn't have to be a cyclone. A cyclone is a large-scale area of low pressure with a closed circulation and a defined center of rotation. Many other ortices ecsit in nature including whirlpools, whirlwinds, and eddies.
There is no antonym for vortex.
No. Vortex is a noun.
Yes, there is the normal spell card 'Lightning Vortex'. The only difference between that and Raigeki is that it requires you to discard a card to activate it.
A tornado is a vortex made of wind.
It was manufactured between 1993 and 1995
The vortex is the tornado itself.
In the eye of the vortex
This term most likely refers to a multiple-vortex tornado. A tornado is itself a vortex that can sometimes contain two or more smaller vortices that move with the tornado's rotation. These vortices pack stronger winds than the rest of the tornado, and often result in areas within a tornado's path where damage is more severe than it is elsewhere.
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No. A vortex of water is called a whirlpool. By definition, a tornado is a vortex of air.