Comparing with the control experiment, the sensitivity experiments with capped WISHE mechanism show delayed RI, and leads to weaker peak intensity. Interestingly, the WISHE-capped experiments reach the criteria of RI via the increase of the maximum surface wind speed (intensify more than 30 kts in one day), but cannot achieve the criteria of the deepening of the minimum sea level pressure (deepens more than 42 hPa during one day). The potential temperature budget and the tangential wind budget are adopted to evaluate the intensifying processes of RI. Furthermore, the WISHE mechanism can affect the thermodynamic environment and the convective-scale processes, for instance, the establishment of the warm core, the distribution of the vertical velocity, and the increase of the inertial stability in the inner core area. These above results have pointed out the crucial role of the WISHE feedback in RI. Further examinations of these issues will be carried out in this study.