The Fujiwhara effect, sometimes referred to as Fujiwara interaction or binary
interaction, is when two nearby cyclonic vortices orbit each other and close the ...
The Fujiwara Effect is an interesting phenomenon which can happen when two
or more hurricanes form very near each other. In 1921, a Japanese ...
Apr 1, 2014 ... 'Fujiwhara effect' is named after Dr. Fujiwhara of Japan who performed a series of
experiments and observations on water vortices from 1921 to ...
Oct 11, 2011 ... http://diguk.com Fujiwhara effect-Three Typhoons Interacting with each other in
the 1987 Pacific Typhoon Season. The effect can mostly be ...
What is the "Fujiwhara effect"? It is a type of interaction between two nearby
typhoons or cyclonic vortices, usually less than 1,000 kilometers apart, causing
Oct 29, 2012 ... A week ago, as Sandy was coalescing down in the Caribbean, the United States'
best models predicted that the hurricane would mosey up the ...
movement of T0917, which is a typical consequence of the Fujiwhara effect, was
... Key words : Typhoon, Fujiwhara effect, Interaction, Southward movement. 1.
Oct 27, 2012 ... Occasionally, two tropical cyclones get close enough to one another to do the
Fujiwhara dance. It happens only rarely in the Atlantic.
“runner-up effect”, comparing barely second- to barely third-place candidates in
.... contributes to the empirical literature on strategic voting (Cox, 1997; Fujiwara,.
Dec 1, 2000 ... Fujiwara A(1), Lim TH, An HS, Tanaka N, Jeon CH, Andersson GB, ...
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of both disc degeneration and facet ...