beam sea

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beam sea

[′bēm ‚sē]
(navigation)
Waves moving in a direction approximately 90° from the heading.
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with linear and cubic damped terms is used to model the dynamical responses of several engineering applications such as the nanomechanical dynamical response of a doubly clamped beam [24], the nonlinear rolling motion of a ship in random beam seas [25], the modeling of nonlinear elastomeric vibration isolators [1], and the generalized damped general pendulum equation [26], among others.
Recessed hydraulic trim tabs with indicator lights come standard and allowed us to quickly correct for beam seas.
Knorr roiled in the beam seas; it, too, would return.