The sun heats the surface (land or water). The warm air starts to rise and meets the colder air above The air starts moving faster and overpowers slower winds. It continues to gain speed and size The wind is still not visible and has the shape of an horizontal cylinder. The bigger it gets, the heavier it becomes. It makes it shift into a vertical uphill drift It gains speed and size, generating more energy The winds create a self-feeding vortex that keeps regenerating itself The tornado is completely developed and follows the winds of the original thunderstorm.
This activity and the Coriolis force helps develop a strong storm. Clockwise winds around the low pressure system blow the moist air over land. The relatively warm moist air meets the cold air coming down from Canada. The low increases the surrounding pressure differences which causes very different air masses to collide at faster speed. When the difference in temperature of air masses is large, so is the storms instability, turbulence and
Global warming is a rise in the surface temperature of the earth. The issues that cause Global warming are divided into two categories natural and human influences. There are some natural reasons why Global warming is occurring. The climate has continuously
A flash flame may take the form of jet flame on reaching the spill point. The duration of the jet fire is determined by the release rate and the capacity of the source. Flame length increases directly with flow rate. Typically a pressurized release of 8kg/s would have a length of 35m. The cross winds also affects the flame
As it falls towards earth through humid air more water vapor freezes onto the surface of the tiny crystal. Although all snowflakes have a hexagon shape other details of their geometry can vary. These variations are produced by different temperature and humidity conditions through which the snowflakes fall. Some temperature/humidity combinations produce flakes with long needle-like arms. Other conditions produce flakes with wide flat arms and some other conditions can produce thin, branching arms.
More similarities are they both rotate counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere. Also they both are classified as thunderstorms, and they both produce rain and wind. I could go on and on with differences and similarities. As you can tell I 've read a lot of great sources and I 've learned a lot about
Some Ways Tornados and Hurricanes are the same are they both are caused by rapidly rotating winds and both are atmospheric vertices. Hurricanes and Tornados both also are powered by the release of latent heat by water vapor conceding. Both are clockwise in the southern hemisphere and both are counter clockwise in the northern hemisphere. Also tornados and hurricanes are both measured by the wind speed to determine how bad it
According to the Elmar, “In clouds, we have water drops, which are much bigger than the air molecules.” The water vapor in the air is invisible, but when they rise to high altitude, cold air condenses into water droplets, until the water droplets to accumulate enough, and this process formed the cloud. But if the sun hid, what we see is dark clouds. This kind of getting larger droplets in the clouds, there will be a heavy rain coming soon. Why do the clouds appear red at sunset According to the Anton, “the red color in the sky at sunset (and sunrise) is due to an effect called Rayleigh scattering”. Rayleigh scattering can explain why the sky is blue.
The icing of the aircraft in such conditions, however, is primarily due to water drops, though snow may subsequently be embedded in the ice so formed. Negative Effects of Icing on Aircrafts It is evident that if ice continues to be deposited on the aircraft, one or more of the following effects may occur: • Decrease in lift. This may occur due to change in wing section, resulting in loss of streamlined flow around the leading edge and top surfaces. • Increase in drag. Drag will increase due to the rough surface, especially if the formation is rime.
2. Brief analysis/warrant (How/Why this is important? )This shows how if we continue to pollute our atmosphere by emitting greenhouse gases such as carbon into our atmosphere, it will cause more natural disasters which will be more severe due to the rising temperatures which will allow for more severe storms, which is all a result from emissions. II. Conclusion A. Restate Thesis to remind the audience of your position: It can be said from the previous examples that global warming and climate change are both caused by human emission of greenhouse gases which result in consequences such as warmer temperatures and severe natural disasters.