convection

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  • Moving slowly to the north, the low pressure area developed central convection.
  • Later that day, the eye became distinct again within a perfectly round area of deep convection.
  • That is, most if not all of the star forms an extended convection zone.
  • At this size range normal convection does not happen unless you force it.
  • During that time, the storm's convection increased near its center.
  • Forced convection is typically used to increase the rate of heat exchange.
  • A common example of natural convection is the rise of smoke from a fire.
  • They are driven only by convection and thus have a very low energy efficiency.
  • If the ratio is approximately one, then both forced and natural convection need to be taken into account.
  • One of the waves became better organized as convection began to increase.
  • Isolated convection was seen near the low pressure center at the time.
  • The upper layers are formed by deep open ocean convection during winter.
  • Although convection increased in organization, the surface wind field did not respond.
  • This led to further development of convection around the storm.
  • This allowed deep convection to develop over a broad low-level circulation.
  • It moved slowly northward as convection organized into a ring around the center.
  • Convection associated with the storm steadily increased as the low moved towards the northeast.
  • The system subsequently moved towards the north-northwest, while atmospheric convection surrounding the system organized further.
  • It developed an area of convection but remained poorly defined for the next few days.
  • Despite being over warm waters, One-C quickly weakened and lost deep convection.
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Meaning of convection

  • noun The transfer of heat through a fluid (liquid or gas) caused by molecular motion
  • noun (meteorology) the vertical movement of heat or other properties by massive motion within the atmosphere