dominant wave

dominant wave

[′däm·ə·nənt ′wāv]
(electromagnetism)
The electromagnetic wave that has the lowest cutoff frequency in a given uniconductor waveguide.
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All types of breathers, as well as rogue waves that were actually recorded in the ocean, exhibit fast variation of the wave train envelope (on scales comparable with the dominant wave period).
This dominant wave of Household view of government started in the early 1980s under the name of "Washington Consensus".
p] are the angular frequency and wavenumber of the dominant wave, respectively.
2) He may well have been fight, but the dominant wave was led by Prosser, Traynor, and Wade and strict tort captured the field.
We believe we've positioned Smart Stone to be on the crest of a dominant wave as energy prices continue to rise and the need to be environmentally sustainable becomes more urgent.
LIFE-SAVING BLAZE: Technically speaking, blaze orange, or "hunter orange" as it is just as commonly called, is defined as a daylight fluorescent orange color with a dominant wave length between 595 and 605 nanometers, excitation purity of not less than 85 percent and a luminance factor of not less than 40 percent, This means a hunter wearing it will stand out like a traffic cone among the greens, browns, tans and grays of nature.
Proposition 1: Each stage (as characterized by its dominant wave form) results from a single, robust, underlying physiological process in the brain.
5v Class 1 Insulation PCB assemblies RoHS-compliant LEDs Viewing Angle +/-3o[degrees] Yellow: Dominant Wave Length 587nm Luminous Intensity 2.
The application of guided waves in ultrasonic NDT and in evaluation of material properties requires good knowledge of dominant wave modes propagating in a structure, which are characterized by the well known dispersion curves (mostly presented as the dependence of velocity on frequency).
The colors in the photograph above reflect the dominant wave heights detected by TOPEX/Poseidon's instruments.
Breakup is not restricted to the dominant wave number, but it can also occur in a wide range of wave numbers around the dominant one (24, 32, 35, 38).