equivalent height

equivalent height

[i′kwiv·ə·lənt ′hīt]
(geophysics)
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It will see them climb the equivalent height of Mount Everest - 8,848m - by scaling a 13.
While many customers guessed the Beacon was the equivalent height of thousands of chips, George's guesses proved so close to the correct answer of 384, he also got the second and third-best guesses, with entries submitted on behalf of his sisters.
He scaled the equivalent height of Everest, 29,000ft, during his sponsored ascent to pay for surgery for threeyear-old Charlotte.
CLIMBERS have scaled the equivalent height of Mount Everest for a charity close to their hearts.
Wherein, h is the equivalent height of fluid absolute pressure, [h.
The modified formula applying the concept of the equivalent height was proposed to analyze the cavity.
Fair Trading, in a top floor unit in the City Arcade, is recording every climb up its 20 stairs to try and scale the equivalent height of a mountain in Guatemala, where its new fair trade coffee comes from.
JOHN Harris was among a group of pensioners proving age is just a number after scaling the equivalent height of four double deckers on top of each other.
Earlier this month more than 130 students also joined together to climb the equivalent height of Mount Everest at Ski Dubai as part of the mountain day celebrations and awareness drive.
Given that tsunamis of equivalent height have hit Japan three times since 1896, the 2011 disaster was predictable.
A CREW of Merseyside firefighters took on a 24-hour challenge to scale the equivalent height of Mount Everest - just over 29,000ft.
The pupils, aged from 11 to 17, planned to climb the tower repeatedly in an attempt to reach the equivalent height of Mount Kilimanjaro.

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