tidal potential

tidal potential

[′tīd·əl pə‚ten·chəl]
(oceanography)
Tidal forces expressed as components of a vector field.
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e device has excellent export potential for deployment in high energy tidal sites around the world, and we intend to harness this tidal potential.
In addition to the previous papers, not only new data series are studied, but also frequency-time analysis and bandpass filtering of the groundwater data are implemented in the simultaneous analysis with theoretical Earth tidal potential computed for respective wells.
This applies for all three wells as well as for the tidal potential theoretically computed for the VS-3 well.
SEE the May edition of LDP Business magazine for an in-depth look at the River Mersey's tidal potential.
We call the latter term tidal potential mid define it as
Professor Ian Bryden, who holds the chair in renewable energy at the University of Edinburgh, reckons that the firth probably accounts for at least half of Scotland's tidal potential, and possibly even as much as 70%.
The last column shows the group that they modulate in the long period, diurnal and semidiurnal bands, which are the main species considered in the tidal potential development.
With this aim, we have modified the standard tidal potential developments, including the composed harmonic and subharmonic components detected in the previous step (Tables 3 and 4).
The HW95 tidal potential catalogue has 12935 tidal waves containing 19300 adjusted coefficients.
The Severn Estuary has some of the best tidal potential in the world and could more than double the current UK supply of renewable electricity, and contribute significantly to targets for renewable energy and CO2 emissions reduction.
We will present the behavior of the fluid with free surface under the influence of the field of potential forces resulting from the second-order tidal potential [W.
2), function V(p) is constant, so the tidal potential [W.