equivalent height

equivalent height

[i′kwiv·ə·lənt ′hīt]
(geophysics)
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"Adjacent the building is St Johns Church which is an equivalent height of a three storey building.
The initial climb, from the start to first corner is the equivalent height of Nelson's Column, after which the runners plunge back downhill and round the iconic Tattenham Corner.
Okay, so her mum actually walked up the equivalent height of the world's tallest mountain -- rather than the Himalayan peak itself -- while pregnant with Lara Mills, but the youngster has since gone on to scale her first Scottish mountain at six weeks old and bag her first Munro at four months with a little help from mum, Deborah MacDonald, and dad Scott Mills.
His exploits inevitably led to Scotland's supreme test of hill running: Ramsay's Round, a daunting 60-mile circuit of twenty-four mountains, climbing the equivalent height of Everest, to be completed within twenty-four hours.
Lie on the floor with a couple of books (or something the equivalent height) under your head, and bend your knees with your feet flat on the floor, shoulder width apart.
It is noted that [h.sub.t] is the equivalent height of the guiding vane, and [h.sub.t] = h/[D.sub.t], h is the height, [D.sub.t] is the hydraulic diameter of the cross section of tunnel, [h.sub.tc] is the critical equivalent height of the guiding vane, and [alpha] is the installation angle of the guiding vane.
It will see them climb the equivalent height of Mount Everest - 8,848m - by scaling a 13.5m ladder.
The study has indicated that ground water is depleting in the aforementioned four States at a mean rate of 4.01.0 cm/year equivalent height of water (17.74.5 cubic km/year).
He scaled the equivalent height of Everest, 29,000ft, during his sponsored ascent to pay for surgery for threeyear-old Charlotte.
Wherein, h is the equivalent height of fluid absolute pressure, [h.sub.V] is the equivalent height of vaporization pressure and [V.sub.0] is the speed near over the coarseness.
1) Phase 1: Calculate the equivalent height [h.sub.c([upsilon])] of the culprit (victim) conductor above an infinite PEC ground plane according to (1) as follows [12,13]
The modified formula applying the concept of the equivalent height was proposed to analyze the cavity.

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