|Universal Vortical Singularity – Appendix B||
When there is a downward drag under the water surface, for example water is drained through a hole at the bottom of a sink, the drag will cause a depression at the immediate surface. As a result of surface tension and vertical pressure gradient or density gradient, that depression has a curved cone shape, this is a blind free vortex. This shape has the minimum surface area a depressed structure can form. The size of the depression depends directly on the strength of the drag. The most efficient pattern for conservation of momentum in viscous matter is horizontal circular shape; this is the manner a force is absorbed. The vertical pressure gradient in the medium of viscous matter causes the ideally cone shape circular depressed surface to curve inward vertically.
When a blind vortex is formed, the drag at the bottom will result in a horizontal driving force at the vortex surface towards the center, with gravity also acting on the water mass in the blind vortex, a vortical core-seeking force would then be in effect that would cause movement of the water mass in a center seeking spiral path inside the cone-shaped depressed structure.
When a short vortex column is initially formed, more water mass would be drained from the surface into the vortex eye; this is as a result of gravity at this stage is acting on more water mass with a bigger free vortex with higher height and stronger force (F=ma). This action increases vortex intensity and speed up the spinning motion of the free vortex. When the vortex is spinning faster, the centrifugal force is stronger and therefore the free vortex would be enlarged further with a larger vortex eye and a longer vortex column. The enlarged free vortex will cause even more water mass to flow into the vortex column that further intensifies the free vortex. The manner a free vortex continues to feedback strength is the chain reaction that forms the vortex column until the formation of the free vortex is peaked.
As a result of vertical pressure gradient in viscous matter, the couteracting centripetal force as a function of water pressure is higher at lower level in water mass following an inverse-sqaure law, the size of the vortex eye in a column is therefore largest at the top and smallest at the bottom. This is the reason a vortex column has a tapered vent shape. For the same amount of water mass moving spirally downward the vortex column, the angular force of the vortex is weakest at the top and strongest at the bottom, the strongest centrifugal force at the bottom of the vortex column is as a result of the smallest vortex eye at the bottom of the vortex column with highest water pressure and fastest spinning speed. This is a momentum culmination for the vortical force dynamics involved, this shape adopted by nature for vortex to form in viscous matter is absolutely optimal by maximizing with highest efficiency done most economically through conservation of energy in a state of equilibrium for viscous matter.
The dynamics of a stablized whirlpool for its vortex rings on accretion disk and vortex column on horizontal plane are standing waves, the dynamics for vortex column on a vertical axis and on the circular path around the vortex column horizontally are longitudinal waves.
The above explained how a whirlpool has a funnel-like shape and the fundamentals of how it is formed. In many ways, the principle mechanism of a whirlpool that occurs in a sink has dynamic similarity with an atmospheric free vortex that occurs naturally, this is despite the nature of their forces are quite different. Experiment of whirlpool can be easily set up for vortex observation purposes.
See an externally linked topic on "Vortex" for the elaborations on vorticity and fluid dynamics on spiral motion in a medium of viscous matter with closed streamlines.
cyclonic - Describing a direction of rotation that is counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere, clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere. Excerpt from Dictionary.com
References and links:
Vortex - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Animated Demonstration of Bernoulli's Principle - Mark Mitchell
Centripetal force and its calculator - HyperPhysics
Inverse-square law - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conservation of energy - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Standing waves - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Longitudinal waves - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of a whirlpool - Arizona State University
Image of windmill - Clipart by Northumberland ICT Team
|Universal Vortical Singularity – Appendix A|
Nonetheless, the Foucault pendulum could also demonstrate the cyclonic gravity field effect. See a section on "Visualization of a differential rotation with Foucault's pendulum".
A Free Energy Experiments - The spheroidal pushed-in gravitational effect of the Earth
This is the reason for cyclonic spinning of a suspended mass in a gravity field; in northern hemisphere, a suspended object will spin in counter clockwise direction, in southern hemisphere the object will spin in clockwise direction.
Note: The longer the length of the thread, the longer the duration and the faster in speed the magnet can spin.
Although the differential force acting on the suspended object is a relatively miniscular force, collectively, this is an enormous source of inexhaustible free energy in a global scale.
This intriguing experiment was accidentally discovered when studying magnetohydrodynamics on the effects of a suspended magnetic field, then in an experiment unexpectedly, the magnet suspended on a string began to spin.
Magnetohydrodynamics - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coriolis effect - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Four centuries of conflicts - Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Coriolis Force, an artifact of the earth's rotation - University of Illinois
Foucault pendulum - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Inverse-square law - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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