wave disturbance

wave disturbance

[′wāv di‚stər·bəns]
(meteorology)
In synoptic meteorology, the same as wave cyclone, but usually denoting an early state in the development of a wave cyclone, or a poorly developed one.
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They cover diagnostics of plasma perturbations by using Doppler radio sounding, diagnostics of plasma wave disturbance by incoherent scatter and Doppler radars, diagnostics of geomagnetic disturbances, rocket burn and launch and radio communication, and ecological problems in near-the-earth space activity.
It is operated in the sea condition and is swayed by the wave disturbance.
Due to the working condition of the MHC is in the sea with the wave disturbance, which induces the MHC to move following six degree of freedom motions, including three translation motions (surge, sway, and heavy) and three rotation motions (roll, pick, and yaw).
The sway motion of floating base is created by a rotational joint motion based upon the wave disturbance function.
The initial shock wave disturbances experienced during second flight, from which the vehicle was able to recover and continue controlled flight, exceeded by more than 100 times what the vehicle was designed to withstand.
1) the system "the tanker--bunkered ship" is exposed to more essential influence of wind and wave disturbances.
In their first publication (14), they experimentally verified theoretical predictions that showed presence of a thin less viscous fluid adjacent to the wall stabilizes all long wave disturbances (i.
Wilson and Khomami[6] studied the effects of introducing regular wave disturbances in several polymer systems.
It also provides animating wave disturbances such as circular ripples, swell waves, linear boat wakes and new curvilinear boat wakes that allow the user to attach a wake to any non-linear path