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(See The Wide World of Fluids article titled Some HurricaneFacts, Section 6.5.3.)

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Problem 6.46

(See The Wide World of Fluids article titled Some HurricaneFacts, Section 6.5.3.) Consider a category five hurricane that hasa maximum wind speed of 160 mph at the eye wall, 10 mi from thecenter of the hurricane. If the flow in the hurricane outside ofthe hurricanes eye is approximated as a free vortex, determine thewind speeds at locations 20 mi, 30 mi, and 40 mi from the centerof the storm.

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(See The Wide World of Fluids article titled Some HurricaneFacts, Section 6.5.3.)

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