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Tropical cyclone, as powerful natural self-oscillatory systems, and wind-energetic a way of struggle against it—The analysis of a cyclone from a position of the theory of vibrations

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It is considered three phases of development of a tropical cyclone: the origin, the steady-state regime and the termination, coinciding with three phases of self-oscillatory process: oscillation buid-up, dynamic balance and failure of self-oscillations. The rough size of energy of a cyclone, as column of air rotating with high speed, at initial and final stages of development and comparison of the received sizes with nuclear and hydrogen bombs is calculated. The model of the electronic oscillator with negative active conductivity by the numerical solution of the equation of the Van-der-Pol is analyzed. Formal coincidence of transient in this model with increase of capacity of vortical air formation, that allows to make mnemonic model of a cyclone in the form of volume self-oscillatory system is shown. The numerical solution of the made equations allows to construct schedules of dynamic process for each of particles of the investigated environment. The general recipe on restraint of development of a cyclone by compulsory entering into it of attenuation is given. Realization of this recipe by means of group of platforms with powerful wind-electrogenerator and the fans and uses of a principle of negative feedback is shown. The results of laboratory experiment confirming idea, taken as a principle struggle against an arising air whirlwind, by transformation of a laminar stream in chaotic, turbulent are resulted. For fuller check offered a wind-energetic method of struggle against a cyclone carrying out of more scale experiment is necessary.

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Ilich, K. (2012) Tropical cyclone, as powerful natural self-oscillatory systems, and wind-energetic a way of struggle against it—The analysis of a cyclone from a position of the theory of vibrations. Natural Science, 4, 508-515. doi: 10.4236/ns.2012.47068.

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