shelly wrote:ògodlameros: I think temperature has less infleunce then speed in vortex formation with the exhausts. Where did you get the info on temperature influence from?
From a book on tornadoes, most theories with tornadoes have one thing in common: a mass of cold air and a mass of hot air colliding. Which is why you don't usually see tornadoes in places where the weather is pretty much constant. However in places in the U.S. where cold air from the north meets the much warmer temperature in, say the south east, you get tornadoes.
It's not the difference in temperature by itself that causes vortex formation, however, said difference increases the probability of vortex formation
. Pressure, Volume, and Temperature are all intimately related. Change one and the others change with it. So think about it, you have a given volume, dictated by the aerodynamics, a given pressure differential, also directed by aerodynamics, and along with all that you also create a (massive) temperature differential, which also changes the pressure differential(slightly), as well as volume(slightly, remember hotter air is less dense air). The bodywork is responsible for the generation of vortex, the exhausts just make sure it happens more often, and at lower speeds.
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