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A Diver Makes Under Water Vortex Rings That Knock Over Rocks

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A Diver Makes Under Water Vortex Rings That Knock Over Rocks

How exactly is this accomplished? Let's understand how to do this.

A tiny amount of air can be released to a toroidal polypoidal vortex, an elongated doughnut made of water.

Bubble rings are made from two rings, one within the other, which spin around similarly.

Its outer part is composed of water, and its inner ring is made from the air.

What is Vortex Ring? A vortex ring is a phenomenon in which a certain amount of gas or liquid in the toroid (doughnut) form flows through a liquid or gas medium,

Spinning as a giant circular piece pulled off from a person's arm. (Except the spin goes reversed, the bracelet is rolled off this way.)

Vortex Ring Under Water