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Old   February 12, 2004, 03:11
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can you tell me some or all vortex's name?
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Old   February 12, 2004, 05:08
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There are mainly three types:

- free vortex (i.e. d(V x r) = 0,),

- forced vortex (solid body rotation, d(V/r) = 0,) and

- a combination of these two, called a mixed vortex
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Old   February 12, 2004, 08:24
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thanks, but it's too simple, what i want to known is the name of vortex according to its structure.
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Old   February 16, 2004, 23:25
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lamb-ossen vortex? burgers' vortex? scally/burnham-hallock vortex? things like that?
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Old   February 17, 2004, 09:52
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Old   February 19, 2004, 22:58
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this is specific to aircraft trailing vortices, but has some of the classical vortex models: http://wwwe.onecert.fr/projets/WakeN...tion-paper.pdf
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Old   February 20, 2004, 08:56
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thanks very much! any more?
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Old   February 20, 2004, 22:53
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Well, there are perhaps as many vortex models as there are coffee brands in supermarkets... for aircraft vortices, the ones mentioned in the paper are rather representative. What is left out in that paper are things like Burgers' vortex (which you can find more info on in the shock-vortex interaction literature as it seemed to be a common model deployed in those studies). There is something called Sullivan Vortex Model which includes vortex breakdown behavior (I think). These are all models of vortices in external flows... there are models for internal flows with confined boundries too. What is it that you are trying to model?
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Old   February 21, 2004, 03:17
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thank you very much! What you said is what i wantted! although "there are perhaps as many vortex models as there are coffee brands in supermarkets...", i want to know most of them. any more?
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