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The Vortex

  • Percival McCormackEmail author
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Abstract

The first notable works on fluid motions appeared in the early seventeenth century. Descartes in his “Principia Philosophiae” (1644) considered that space was filled with frictional vortices, so that the planets are carried along by the vortex motions. Vortices had fascinated mankind for many centuries before Descartes. It was considered that life had started in the water of the primeval vortex – in whirlwinds and whirlpools.

Keywords

Vortex Ring Stagnation Point Vortex Line Vortex Tube Point Vortex 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of BioEngineeringUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoChicagoUSA

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