What is the most destructive force with a tornado?
If you mean the tornado itself than wind. However debris inside the tornado is just as destructive because the debris hits buildings cars or people. In fact the wind in a tornado kills less people than debris.
No particularly historic tornadoes occurred on March 3, 1925. However, the Tri-State tornado occurred on March 18, 1925. It was the deadliest U.S. tornado, but not the most destructive. That tornado hit portions of eastern Missouri, southern Illinois, and southwestern Indiana. Until recently, the tornado most widely attributed as the most destructive in history was on May 3, 1999 in the Oklahoma City metro area. However, since then the title of most destructive tornado has…
The most destructive single tornado on record was the Joplin, Missouri tornado of May 22, 2011 which causes $2.8 billion in damage. The most destructive level of tornado is an EF5 on the Enhanced Fujita scale (the Joplin tornado was an EF5). Such tornadoes wipe well-built houses clean off their foundations.
Destructive forces are the forces that destroy things.(tear things down.) destructive forces is when an earthquake or tornado...it destroys houses and buildign and that's how people lost there jobs a while back bacuse there job building got destroyed by a destructive force a force that breaks thing down A destrucive force in geology refers to any force that leads to the wearing away of mountains and other landforms. A destructive force means to destroy.
Tornadoes rip and destroy everything in their path. There are lots of destructive things that can be expected from a Tornado and some of them is: * Land Damage * House Damage * Trees uprooted And if the Tornado is an F4-F5 then it could flip and rip houses of of their roots. Most of the destructive things that are common is lots of damage to things that have been affected by the Tornado.
The deadliest single tornado in history was the Daultatpur-Saturia, Bangladesh tornado of 1989. We don't know how big it was (probably and F5), but we do know it killed 1300 people, probably more. The deadliest tornado in US history was the Tri-state tornado of 1925. It was an F5 and killed about 700 people. The most destructive tornado in terms of the value of property destroyed was the Joplin, Missouri tornado of 2011, which causes…
The three most destructive tornadoes on record are: The Joplin, Missouri tornado of May 22, 2011 with a damage cost of $2.8 billion. The Tuscaloosa-Birmingham, Alabama tornado of April 27, 2011 with a damage cost of $2.2 billion. The Moore, Oklahoma tornado of May 20, 2013 with damage estimated at $2 billion.
The five stages a tornado goes through are: The dust whirl stage, when the circulation first touches the ground The organizing stage, in which the tornado grows and intensifies The mature stage. when the tornado is at its largest and typically strongest The shrinking stage in which the tornado begins to lose strength The rope out stage in which the vortex decays and finally dissipates, often twisting and bending as it does so. Of these…