Heat and Mass Transfer and Physical Gasdynamics
Single stationary, concentrated vortices of a special type and systems of such vortices
O. A. Sinkevichab, G. O. Zinchenkoa, Yu. P. Ivochkinb
a National Research University "Moscow Power Engineering Institute"
b Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
The characteristics of stationary, concentrated vortices of a special type are studied in a cylindrical coordinate system. A new solution for the problem of a concentrated vortex with three components of the velocity vector was constructed. It differs significantly from the previously known solution with two components of the velocity vector. The pressure distribution in a stationary concentrated vortex with and without Coriolis effect is found. The conditions under which the vortex is cyclonic are established. An analysis was conducted on ways to create a system of small vortices on the path of a tornado; with passage through these vortices, a tornado can weaken and disintegrate into a series of low-intensity vortices that are damped due to the forces of air viscosity and the friction force on the surface. Since the place and time of birth of a tornado are hard to predict and are often far from the necessary energy sources, a method for the organization of a rapid, protective obstacle system in the right place at the right time in the form of a system of concentrated vortices is discussed. It is proposed to use microwave electromagnetic radiation beams generated from airplanes or satellites as the source creating concentrated vortices on the tornado path.
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High Temperature, 2019, 57:4, 503–513
O. A. Sinkevich, G. O. Zinchenko, Yu. P. Ivochkin, “Single stationary, concentrated vortices of a special type and systems of such vortices”, TVT, 57:4 (2019), 548–559; High Temperature, 57:4 (2019), 503–513
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\by O.~A.~Sinkevich, G. O. Zinchenko, Yu.~P.~Ivochkin
\paper Single stationary, concentrated vortices of a special type and systems of such vortices
\jour High Temperature
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