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Les Hatton

2003k

A mechanism for the invasion of a sub-tropical high by a hurricane: Part1, static analysis

WEBHurricanesCircle.pdf

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I first discovered this in 1974 but its taken me almost 30 years to write it up. I've no idea if anybody else has found the same thing in the meantime but its a nice result which just fell out of the maths so I thought it was worthwhile to finish it at last. The dynamics is in a second paper. The paper shows that if you model a hurricane near a sub-tropical high as a cylindrical vortex near a line vortex, there is a natural region where the force between them is repulsive at long distance but attracts at closer distances. The transition is non-linear and predicts that weaker hurricanes are more likely to invade than strong ones.None yet9

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