strength of current

strength of current

[′streŋkth əv ′kə·rənt]
(oceanography)
The phase of a tidal current at which the speed is a maximum.
The velocity of the current at this time.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In remarks to KUNA following the encounter, Al-Ghanim said the talks focused on forming a parliamentary friendship committee, pointing out the strength of current bilateral relations with Italy.
Evaluate and provide a report on the strength of current airline service at the Santa Fe Municipal Airport, as well as our competing airports, in our market area.
It is reasonable to suggest that the market is waiting with interest to see how new off-plan launches will compliment existing freehold choices as well as demonstrate the strength of current demand.
There are a variety of factors at play, including bait selection, tidal flow, wind and strength of current that make perfecting pier-trolling harder than it might sound.
Unisys and the other providers were evaluated against 36 key criteria for the strength of current offering, strategy and market presence.
Not only is this move completely illogical to most right-thinking people, but it reduces the strength of current employment protection and will make pursuing an injured person's rights more complicated and more expensive.
He said the retail performance reflected the strength of current ranges following a shake-up of the business, adding that he continued to expect full-year profits of pounds 8.
He said the retail performance reflected the strength of current ranges, adding that he continued to expect full-year profits of pounds 8.
Woolf said this conference was the first opportunity- to assess the value and strength of current science and for colleagues to collaborate and set new directions.
The markets' bearish reaction to Germany's announcement banning naked short selling is an indication of the strength of current bearish sentiment.
As the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost over 1,000 points in the weeks between late July and mid-August, CEOs watched and expressed concern about the strength of current investment opportunities.
Managing director Anthony Coombs said the strength of current trading made him "more optimistic now than for many years".