forced wave

forced wave

[¦fȯrst ′wāv]
(fluid mechanics)
Any wave which is required to fit irregularities at the boundary of a system or satisfy some impressed force within the system; the forced wave will not in general be a characteristic mode of oscillation of the system.
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where [F.sub.fluid] is the nodal force vector due to fluid traction condition, [F.sub.loading] is the nodal force vector due to external dynamic loading in case the forced wave response is concerned.
Eliot Randall, Iwan Davies and Jake Burt kept up their fine display of passing, while Cael James and Alex forced wave after wave of Basingstoke attackers wide.
The home side forced wave after wave of attack, and the only surprise came from the fact that it took so long for the goals to arrive.
In the age of security states, mass surveillance, and forced waves of migration, a reinvestigation of literature written against the backdrop of various historical struggles for independence from colonial powers across the global south is urgent.
By virtue of the linearity of the problem the forced waves are represent by the superposition of the free harmonious waves described by the homogeneous system (1) and the homogeneous boundary and initial conditions of (2, 3).
As opposed to traditional port excitations, external incident field illumination leads to forced waves along the lines in the structure.