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Vortex is a KMG Afterburner at Thorpe Park, an amusement park in Chertsey, Surrey, England. It was installed in the Lost City area of the park in 2001. It opened on 25 May, seven weeks after the opening of the park. Riders sit in seats arranged in a circle facing inwards, there are eight gondolas with four seats on each. After
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Vortex is a fictional character in the Transformers universes. ==Transformers: Generation 1== Vortex is the most out-and-out sadistic of the Combaticons, and functions as their interrogator. A favorite tactic of his is to trap Autobots in the huge wind funnels he creates in helicopter mode until they tell him what he wants to
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Vortex (also known as The Vortex: Quantum Gate II) is a 1994 interactive movie developed and published for Windows 3.x by Hyperbole Studios and is the sequel to the video game Quantum Gate. The game tells the adventures of an army grunt in a futuristic (but medieval like) society where water is scarce. Technically developed by Hyp
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[California`s Great America]
Vortex is a stand-up roller coaster at California`s Great America. It has a different layout but is generally the same size as Vortex at Carowinds. It was Bolliger & Mabillard`s second coaster after Iron Wolf at Six Flags Great America and officially opened on March 9, 1991. The ride has a reputation for the unc
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Vortex is a suspended roller coaster, which enables it to swing under the track at Canada`s Wonderland. It officially opened during the 1991 season. On "Vortex" riders are taken up through the top of the mountain and dropped at high speeds. At some points in the ride, the trains swing just above a river running through
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Vortex is a steel roller coaster built by Arrow Dynamics and officially opened on April 11, 1987 and located at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. When it opened, it held the record for most inversions (6). It held this record for one year before being surpassed by Shockwave at Six Flags Great America. It was also briefly the talle
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Vortex is a 1991 war novel by Larry Bond and Patrick Larkin. ==Plot summary== In a tense, hypothetical 1990s apartheid South Africa, the ruling National Party and its new state president prepare to end decades of racial injustice and conflict by entering into negotiations with African National Congress officials for sweeping democra
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Vortex (formerly known as Citadel) is a 3D shooter game developed by Argonaut Software and released by Electro Brain for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in September 1994. It is one of a few titles designed to use the Super FX GSU-1 enhancement chip. ==Gameplay== The player pilots an experimental mech called the Morphin
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Vortex is a remix album by the group Collide featuring remixes of songs from their albums Chasing the Ghost (2000) and Some Kind of Strange (2003) and 3 new covers. ==Track listing== ===CD 1 - Vortex=== ===CD 2 - Xetrov=== ...
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A vortex is a dynamic phenomenon of fluids. Vortex may also refer to: In roller coasters: In fiction: In music: In physics In technology: In television: In other fields: == See also == ...
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A rotating motion in a parcel of air. Can be seen as 'whisps' of air coming from the top, outer edge of the rear wing in humid conditions
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Any flow possessing vorticity.Specifically a flow with closed streamlines or the idealized case in which all vorticity is concentrated in a vortex filament.
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A fluid in rotational motion, such as a whirlpool.
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, Latin Vortices
. [ Latin vortex
, from vortere
, to turn. See Vertex
A mass of fluid, especially of a liquid, having a whirling or circular motion tendin
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Origin: L. Vortex, vertex, -icis, fr. Vortere, vertere, to turn. See Vertex. ... 1. A mass of fluid, especially of a liquid, having a whirling or circular motion tending to form a cavity or vacuum in the center of the circle, and to draw in towards the center bodies subject to its action; the form assumed by a fluid in such motion; a whirlpool; an
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(vor´teks) a whorled or spiral arrangement or pattern, as of muscle fibers, or of the ridges or hairs of the skin.
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• (n.) Any one of numerous species of small Turbellaria belonging to Vortex and allied genera. See Illustration in Appendix. • (n.) A mass of fluid, especially of a liquid, having a whirling or circular motion tending to form a cavity or vacuum in the center of the circle, and to draw in towards the center bodies subject to its action; th
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(from the article `whirlpool`) rotary oceanic current, a large-scale eddy that is produced by the interaction of rising and falling tides. Similar currents that exhibit a central ... ...critical velocity; they represent a flow of fluid into the space behind the obstacle, and this inflow begins only when the general flow is fast ... ....
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A vortex (plural: vortices) is a spinning, often turbulent, flow of fluid. Any spiral motion with closed streamlines is vortex flow. The motion of the fluid swirling rapidly around a center is called a vortex. The speed and rate of rotation of the fluid in a free (irrotational) vortex are greatest at the center, and decrease progressively with dis
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A rapid spiraling motion of air or liquid around a center of rotation.
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- the shape of something rotating rapidly
- a powerful circular current of water (usually the resulting of conflicting tides)
Any circular or rotary flow in the atmosphere that possesses vorticity.
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vortex (vôr'teks) , mass of fluid in whirling or rotary motion. To simplify the analysis, vortex motion usually describes motions in a frictionless fluid. In such cases the absence of friction would make it impossible to create or to destroy vortex motion. Motion in such a fluid would be a...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: vōr′teks, vōr′ti-sēz Synonyms: verticil, whorl5, vortex lentis
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