Self-organization in the tornado: the new approach in the tornado description

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Bystrai, G. P.; Lykov, I. A;
  • Subject: Physics - Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics | G.1.7 | Mathematical Physics | G.1.8 | 35B35, 35B44 | J.2
    arxiv: Physics::Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics

For the mathematical modeling of highly non-equilibrium and nonlinear processes in a tornado in this paper a new approach based on nonlinear equations of momentum transfer with function of sources and sinks is suggested. In constructing the model thermodynamic descripti... View more
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