Presentation on theme: "Jini Park, Montserrat Galman Diana L. Vargas Miguel A.Ortiz and Diego I. Palacios TORNADOS."— Presentation transcript:
Jini Park, Montserrat Galman Diana L. Vargas Miguel A.Ortiz and Diego I. Palacios TORNADOS
is a very strong wind that goes on a circle. It forms a funnel from the sky to the ground in a violent rotating of air. It is a meteorological phenomenon. There are different kinds of tornadoes classified in degrees, some of them are FO, F3 or F5 which are the most dangerous of all the tornadoes A TORNADO...
A tornado begins in a thunderstorm called a super cell. The wind coming into the storms forms the funnel, the air in the funnel spins faster and faster and creates a very low pressure area which sucks more air into it. It is formed with cold air and warm air. A tornado can destroy all the ground.
A tornado can destroy things like houses, trains, apartments, trees, and in a certain moment it can blow the soil. HYPOTHESIS
EXPERIMENT List Of Material A 2lts. plastic empty bottle A 2lts. almost full plastic bottle Colorant Masking Tape
First add colorant droplets in the bottle of water. Steps Next, paste together the two bottles, one on top of the other with the masking tape.
Finally, shake the two bottles and you have a tornado.
RESULTS AND CONCLUSION We felt the force of the water in the bottles and the funnel appeared, showing the shape of a tornado. Depending on the strength of the air, the temperature of the atmosphere and the area, tornadoes are dangerous phenomena that change the surface of the Earth.