periodic wave

periodic wave

[¦pir·ē¦äd·ik ′wāv]
(physics)
A wave whose displacement has a periodic variation with time or distance, or both.
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Li: Extended F-expansion method and periodic wave solutions for the generalized Zakharov equations, Phys.
It now includes a new password-protected supervisor mode to prevent unauthorized changes to settings; and a Period Tool in time-domain waveform views to help vibration analysts quickly quantify periodic wave anomalies.
In [1], Choudhuri and Porsezian investigated the periodic wave solutions, the bright and dark solitary wave solutions of (1).
Zhao: Jacobi elliptic function expansion method and periodic wave solutions of nonlinear wave equations, Phys.
Direct Digital Synthesis: A Tool for Periodic Wave Generation.
In a 1D case, Bloch's theorem states that solution f(x) to a wave propagation problem in a periodic medium, also known as a Bloch wave, can be split up into the product of two waves: periodic wave g(x) of the same periodicity as the medium and plane-wave [e.
This is an implicit representation of the periodic wave solutions of the extended KdV equation (1), though only in a first approximation.
Theories for periodic waves which propagate without deformation are reviewed first.
There are some theoretical works which suggest that convection of mantle plumes, rather like a lava lamp, should be coordinated in periodic waves.
In that paper, it is assumed the existence of a family of large wavelenght periodic waves [U.

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