crest length

crest length

[′krest ‚leŋkth]
(oceanography)
The length of a wave measured along its crest. Also known as crest width.
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Sandeep Singh et al [12] derived a regression equation by measuring femoral length and intertrochanteric crest length.
This semi hydraulic earthfill dam at the end of a natural lake is 70 feet high with a crest length of 2,550 feet and contains 1,114,000 cubic yards of earth and rock.
com/topic/Oroville-Dam) America's tallest , beating the Hoover Dam by 44 feet, with a height of 770 feet and a crest length of 6,920 feet.
The major project features included construction of concrete gravity 91 meters high dam with a crest length of 320 meters near the village of Gohra.
It has a crest length of 230 meters with a width of 10 meters.
Shaft spillway in the reservoir according to Figure (4) is made of Teflon with a crest diameter of 35 cm, crest length of 1.
Shaft spillway in the reservoir according to Figure (1) is made of Teflon with a crest diameter of 35 cm, crest length of 1.
GEI Consultants Inc will head the design of the 6,400 acre-foot upper reservoir, a lined impoundment that will be formed by an earth- and rock-fill dam with a maximum height of more than 200 feet and a crest length of 5,900 feet.
Each banded bird was measured by one author (CMC) for wing chord, tail length, tarsus length, bill length, bill width, and bill depth following Pyle (1997) and crest length (Dixon, 1955).
26 billion, its height will be 59m, crest width 10m, elevation 184m, crest length 1,137m, maximum storage level 177.
5 meters during the winter, which translates to about 50 kilowatts per meter of crest length.
More than 110 metres high and with a crest length of 3,830 metres, it impounds the mighty 91-metre deep Lake Nasser, and yields enormous benefits to the economy of Egypt.