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Author Topic: Fishes surviving in frozen lake due abnormal expansion of water  (Read 18164 times)
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on: March 06, 2008, 07:47:04 pm »

When temperature starts reducing in winter, lake water cools upto 4degree centegrade by convection as density increase with reduction in temp.On futher cooling, due to abnoamal expansion og water , density reduces & cold water remains at top .Then top layer frezees.Water being bad conductor of heat ,lake water below ice remains at 4 degrees & thus fishes sruvive in winter aslo.Pl make animation showing this behavier of watwe
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I am working on it. But it is not easy to show it as an simulation using particle model.
It will be easier with flash animation.
I will post it here when it is done.
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