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Yes. It surely does. I have a real video about this ;


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"Downshear of the vortex"? And your link is just a google search for these words. -But as Vortex doesn't have too much shear stresses, it must mean this bottom flow which connects/feeds the low pressure vortex center with fluid. Please note that it doesn't make any difference if the fluid is going away from the bottom or from the top of the vortex. ...


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Could the phenomenon of vortex bursting be exploited to reduce wake turbulence? Well, it's the only way to get rid of the Turbelence. Turbulence is caused by vortexes and they obviously must burst, before they completely stop. My question is, what are the physical variables which promote or inhibit vortex bursting and, if they can be controlled, can this ...


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It seems that the exact exit conditions of a Vortex doesn't influence too much on the Vortex functionality. For example a Vater Vortex; it doesnt matter if you take the water out from the top, or from the bottom. The basical funcionality of the Vortex remains very much the same. Please look this film Secondary flows. in 1:20-2:55 and 11:00-12:00 as a ...


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Yes. These kind of corotating Karman Vortex Streets do exist. I have made real video's about this, when I noticed it in nature. No CFD, but Real stuff. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXfkaFmpnL4&list=PLgUc9kJnDMMExJivT2dWh9dAjdYYUgOFE&index=8 I was studying Turbulence, and I am more interested in other aspects of this flow. (Optics) But in the ...


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Is gravitational radiation a form of mass/energy that can form momentum? We think so. We haven't detected any gravitational waves as yet, but there's a high degree of confidence that gravitational waves are real. If it causes ripples in space-time, would space-time be susceptible to forming vortices if massive bodies passed each other at close distances ...



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