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lightning and surge protection Causes and Effects of Thunderstorms

by:KEBO      2019-09-04
Thunderstorms are also known as electric storms because of the presence of lightning during the performance of natural phenomena.The characteristic of this weather change is very contradictory, such as heavy rain or no precipitation at all, and the appearance of continuous or rotating.
Human beings have always been spectators of all kinds of natural anger.Natural restrictions have not only caused losses to human beings, but also caused losses to the corresponding food supply.Disasters such as floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, tsunamis, droughts, volcanic eruptions and landslides not only make us question ourselvesRestraint also pays the price for the convenience of material desires.The eruption of the vesuwei volcano in 79 AD that destroyed hecuraneum and Pompeii, and the El Nino stream that continues to damage the world's weather, are just some examples.
The National Meteorological Bureau defines thunderstorm as "lightning within and around the rain cloud, generating charge ".Of all the observed cloud structures, the rain cloud is a perfect Thunder factory.So its nickname is "Thunder head ".Storms include strong winds with or without precipitation.In thunderstorms, gusts are measured at 58 miles or more per hour.
~ When the warm and humid air in the rain cloud rises in large quantities and increases with the speed, thunderstorms occur.
~ The increase in the speed and volume of warm air in the cloud has triggered a warm updraft.This makes the storm cloud more active and rising.
As the warm air rises, it will encounter cool temperatures at high altitudes.
~ This causes the steam to cool and condense, forming drops of water and hail.
These Condensed particles begin to drop, accelerating the updraft, causing turbulence in the cloud.
~ This triggering force leads to a violent outbreak of accumulated rain and grass, releasing electrical activity inside, sometimes accompanied by precipitation.
Thunderstorms are rare and occur randomly.They usually last for no more than 30 minutes and are not serious, but such thunderstorms are difficult to predict.
Some of the most common thunderstorm types belong to this group and can last for several hours.As we all know, they produce mild-Hail can even produce a faint tornado.
The storm of this group is characterized by a series of thunderstorms that complement and contribute to each other.They have the ability to produce weak tornadoes and hail the size of golf balls.Early detection and prediction of such thunderstorms can be carried out through radar and other sensing devices.
These thunderstorms pose the greatest threat to life and property.They have the ability to produce strong to violent tornadoes and are highly organized in their actions and progress, although this rarely happens.
Thunderstorm updraft and downdraft lead to heavy precipitation.Gusts, accompanied by lightning, strengthen the power of the hurricane.
Thunderstorms disrupt human life in many ways.The cutting of millions of trees, the death of lightning disasters, and the cutting of wind are only a manifestation of some dissipation.
Thunderstorms usually cause unstable local atmosphere, catastrophic floods, strong winds, tornadoes and morecell storms.
~ These storms have a significant effect on large areas of the weather, and the energy release rate is more than 10,000,000 KW-Average working hours!
~ Thunderstorms occur in different forces around the world.Although they are common in the rainforest, polar regions are not immune.
~ Thunderstorms are usually associated with monsoon outbreaks.The discharge known as Lightning is responsible for striking the land structure at the speed of sound.This poses a great threat to human life and property.
Thunderstorms and lightning have always been myths and mysteries about them, fascinating and frightening humans from the dawn of civilization.All thunderstorms produce lightning, which usually comes from where it rains and is known to fall 10 miles from the area of rain.Roughly speaking, there are about 1800 thunderstorms around the world at any time.Although today we have learned more about them through various methods, such as weather radar, weather stations and video photography, after intense research.
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