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Froude

1. James Anthony. 1818--94, English historian; author of a controversial biography (1882--84) of Carlyle.
2. his brother William. 1810--79, English civil engineer
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And all it took was a couple of simple passes to put Froude clean through to crack home the killer third.
Froude scored again before Lewis Todd pulled one back.
Kumar and Pathak [2] investigated the discharge coefficient of sharp and broad-crested triangular side weirs and related the discharge coefficient of a triangular side weir to approach Froude number and apex angle of the weir.
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Here, Heaven revealed a personal love of the Froude number.
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In these studies, the maximum scour depth under steady flow conditions is related to the hydrodynamic and sediment parameters, Froude number and spur dike location and among others.
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2002) adequately describes the geometry of wave crests and several features of the distribution of wave heights for ships that sail steadily over a sea area of constant depth under low (depth- and length-based) Froude numbers.
Os regimes dos escoamentos gerados pelos eventos de precipitacao foram avaliados atraves do calculo do Numero de Reynolds (Re) e do Numero de Froude (Fr), Eq.
From left, Tony Pengelly, aged 89, Bob Froude, 90, and John Elson, 90, share a joke during the last Normandy Veterans Association meeting From left, Tony Pengelly, aged 89, Bob Froude, 90, and John Elson, 90, share a joke during the last Normandy Veterans Association meeting RICHARD SWINGLER
I suspect James Anthony Froude is right: historians, in their attempts to access history, are engaging in somewhat of a metaphysical exercise pursuant to their capacity to understand it, primarily because while imperishable in one sense, the events are, by definition, beyond the researcher's own experience.