Imagine this scenario: At the same time you are ready to land to the south on Runway 18 with a 10-knot wind coming down the runway, there is a dissipating thunderstorm 10-20 miles to the west that will push a bow wave
of strong wind from 29030G50.
Caption: MAKING WAVES The sudden drop in sunlight caused electron counts in the ionosphere to plummet and triggered a set of bow waves
captured by radio telescopes.
However, in addition to atmospheric turbulence and tanker wake, bow wave
also has an effect on the drogue, leading to the drogue leaving the original position when the drogue is close to the receiver aircraft, and this perturbation is obvious for the layout of probe located on the side in manned aircrafts [24-26].
The first day of testing was spent calibrating how the drogue would react to the X-47B's bow wave
. The team programmed the aircraft to approach the basket from a certain position, but found that the bow wave
moved the basket up and to the right far enough that the X-47B could not chase it.
14, which shows the bow wave
generated from a semi-planing boat.
The Kelvin ship wave [[zeta].sub.K](x,y) is divided into bow wave
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The planning hull lifts the tube on top of its own bow wave
. The tube also displaces less water, which creates less resistance and drag and produces greater speed with less horsepower than a traditional tube shape creating more fuel efficiency out on the water.
He also referred to a "bow wave
" of medical graduates in Australia who would soon find there were not enough jobs in Australia for them and they may look to New Zealand in the future.
Thereafter the numbers are expected to drop to around 20-30 per year as the initial bow wave
completes the course and more recently qualified optometrists begin to see this as a natural progression in their career development.
The first one jumped through the bow wave
and its outline, sharp for a split second, dissolved into a shower of millions of tiny stars on the water.
The inventors, Mike Lowery and Paul Price, said the design results in a significant reduction of down force and elimination of the bow wave
in front of the barrel as it rotates at the same speed as the flow of water, thus increasing efficiency.
The data proved this location was still in the bow wave
of the Glasair wing (we surmised) when approaching stall.