forward wave

forward wave

[¦fȯr·wərd ¦wāv]
(electronics)
Wave whose group velocity is the same direction as the electron stream motion.
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Now the gradients can be obtained by computing the forward wave fields and the adjoint wave fields.
Nevertheless the exact dispersion function is a twovalued function at the frequency points where the dispersion curves turn from forward wave to backward wave.
They are forward wave modes, backward wave modes, evanescent wave modes and complex wave modes.
0, fully plasma filled guide, the dispersion curves of the surface wave modes do not turn from forward wave to backward wave and, so, the complex waves do not exist as seen Figure 7.
The challenge for a sever design is to attenuate the forward wave over a wide range of frequencies and at the same time not letting the reflections to build up in the circuit.
Hampden Park went wild and, for the next 20 minutes, Scotland threw forward wave after wave.
Fly-half Dorrian wrong-footed the defence to run in from 35 metres for a fine individual try inside two minutes of the restart, and centre Donovan Sanders cantered over with Wharfedale defending against a forward wave from a tap penalty, Russell converting the second.
where the subscript K is used because the forward wave function on the left-hand side of this equation happens to be the same as the Kirchhoff diffraction integral, Eq.
The cash will be used to drive forward wave and tidal power generation over the next three years.
The forward wave (Fw) represents the wave propagating along the +z direction and the backward wave (Bw) along the -z axis.
Implementation of Forward Wave Migration Algorithm for Oil Exploration Achieves 16x Performance Improvement

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