wave intensity

wave intensity

[′wāv in‚ten·səd·ē]
(physics)
The average amount of energy transported by a wave in the direction of wave propagation, per unit area per unit time.
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At the same time, a statistical analysis showed a "heavy tail" in its distribution of the intensity of the waves (which is related to height), meaning the wave intensity increased and the drop-off in their number was less sharp than normal, indicating there was a greater number of intense waves.
We also assessed the effects of heat wave intensity by replacing HWtb with the average temperature during the heat wave for heat wave days and a value of 0 for non-heat wave days.
These effects dependent on the refractive index of light wave intensity.
From all what mentioned above, researchers found that there is no studies about wave intensity plyometric training as training done only with fixed intensity, So they worked to complete the previous studies by developing a new model for the form of plyometric exercises as they believe in importance of this training method in developing explosive power, and consequently improving standardized level for Fosbury-Flop High Jump.
25 m) in regions that are fully open to the predominant south-westerly winds in the Baltic Proper and where the overall wave intensity is the largest in the entire Baltic Proper.
Wave intensity analysis identified a wave-free period during which intracoronary resistance at rest is similar in variability and magnitude (CV:0.
The areas with the largest average wave intensity are apparently formed under relatively high mean wind speeds and large fetch in the southern and (north)eastern regions of the Baltic Sea (Jonsson et al.
This coherence of changes in wave heights suggests that the site-specific changes and variations of wave intensity along the Lithuanian coast (with a total length of 90 km) are minor.
The ANCOVA test indicated that the least squares regressions of maximum diameter versus height of the shell correspond to differentiated morphologic responses to the wave intensity effect but no difference in these associations was detected in response to shore height.
In addition, ultrasonic vibration during extrusion affects the throughput of extrudate; the flow rate increases with an increase in the ultrasonic wave intensity, as shown in Fig.
Vodafone had told her it had organised a radio frequency calculation to be carried out and, if the maximum radio wave intensity should fall on the school and grounds, it would consult the school.
It is also an interesting and important result that even though the 2012/13 summer heat wave intensity was much less "extreme" than heat wave frequency (see corresponding return periods in Table 10.