|Oct29-08, 07:34 AM||#1|
Could someone please explain to me the actual definition of vortex breakdown (VB) and VB suppression? I have read that when VB is suppressed vortices cannot be seen, and when VB occurs vortices can be seen. Does this mean that when VB occurs we see a vortex , and when VB suppression occurs we do not see a vortex?
When VB occurs doesn’t an existing vortex get destroyed and disappear? Because what I have read does not agree with this.
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