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electric wave

[i¦lek·trik ′wāv]
(electromagnetism)
An electromagnetic wave, especially one whose wavelength is at least a few centimeters. Also known as Hertzian wave.
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To evaluate the numerical fluxes required for the electric wave Equation (26) we use
In papers [5, 6], we demostrated the so-called transformation of longitudinal and transverse elastic waves into transverse electromagnetic fields with vectors of the electric waves [[??].sub.l] and [[??].sub.t], corresponding to the ion displacements [[??].sub.l] and [[??].sub.t], respectively.
Mitsubishi Electric develops security system using electric waves
Thus, we found that transverse electric wave with frequency [OMEGA] is propagated by velocity [c.sub.t] of ultrasonic transverse wave in the direction OX.
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where the vector amplitude E0 of vector electric wave equals to
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Wesley and Monstein [9] claimed that the scalar wave (longitudinal electric wave) transmission has an energy density equals to 1/2[[mu].sub.0] [S.sup.2].
MADCHESTER will be the theme this year as Shaun Ryder's Black Grape are to headline Surf Snowdonia's Electric Wave Festival.
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