tidal component

tidal component

[′tīd·əl kəm′pō·nənt]
(oceanography)
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The largest tidal component is the lunar principal wave M2 with a period of 12.
TABLE I PRINCIPAL TIDAL COMPONENT FOR INGENIERO WHITE HARBOR TIDAL GAUGE [PHI] Tidal Component Speed (deg/hr) H (cm) ([degrees]) [Z.
In contrast to traditional harmonic analysis, which is used only in the prediction of periodic tidal components, the neural network model can be trained to recognize and predict both nonlinear and nonperiodic signals.
i]: angular frequency of the tidal components, and N: number of component tides.
In general, the number of main tidal components will directly affect the accuracy of tidal forecasting.
2008) and larvae (Rudloe, 1979; Ehlinger and Tankersley, 2006) express a strong endogenous tidal rhythm of locomotion, previous investigations show no indication of a tidal component to the rhythm of visual sensitivity.
Daily and tidal components in the persistent activity rhythms of the crab Sesarma.
Thus, the instantaneous vertical displacement [eta](x,t) of the ocean surface above the reference level corresponding to a specific tidal component can be expressed as a power series development
Non linear interactions among astronomical tidal components is one of the problems that has limited, traditionally, the accuracy of local mean sea level determinations in marginal areas of shallow waters.
Additionally, as the frequency of these new generated components is close to the tidal harmonics derived directly from the Equilibrium Theory, modulation of tidal components can take place (Gil, 2002).
In addition, the unpredictable changing nature of load demand causes stresses on the tidal components.
A daily average tide volume was computed from annual data, so the volume reflects a combination of tidal components.