normal depth

normal depth

[′nȯr·məl ′depth]
(fluid mechanics)
The depth in an open channel at which a given flow has uniform velocity.
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The Danube is expected to reach its normal depth by next Wednesday, the OVF said.
"He was pretty much at normal depth in the outfield.
6 With a runner on second base and one out, the defensive team's infield is playing at normal depth. The runner attempts to steal third on the pitch.
So Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and at dawn, the sea flowed back to its normal depth.
Slitlamp biomicroscopy revealed normal depth of the anterior chamber, an intact anterior capsule, and a ruptured posterior capsule (transversely in 1 eye and longitudinally in 3 eyes, Figure 1) with or without vitreous prolapse into the opaque lens cortex.
Anterior chamber (AC), although absent in periphery, proved normal depth centrally (important element for primary causes of angle closure and not secondary related to pupillary block in anterior uveitis).
AC was of normal depth. (Fig-4).The intra ocular pressure was 7 mmHg in the right eye and 10 mmHg in the left eye.
Had Blanco been at his normal depth, he likely would have caught the ball without having to leave his feet.
Two cases are modeled for above section, in the first case; the water level is modeled in the maximum depth and in the second case, is modeled in the normal depth.
By day 4, the anterior chamber was of normal depth, and trace flare, mild rubeosis iridis, and a small amount of fibrin and hemorrhage were observed in the ventral anterior chamber OS.
Municipal Councilor Joseph Arcay told the Inquirer the municipality was planning to employ an ROV, an underwater vessel designed for technical diving that can go beyond the normal depth of technical divers of 80 meters.
Mayor Istvan Tarlos warned Thursday that if the water rises above 8.75 metres (29 feet) -- more than double the normal depth -- and threatens to burst a barrier in Romai, 55,000 people would have to be evacuated.