water path

water path

[′wȯd·ər ‚path]
(engineering)
In ultrasonic testing, distance from an ultrasonic search unit to the test piece in an immersion or water column examination.
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In many cases, physical structures such as speed breakers obstruct the water path.
A BHC official dealing with the Self Help Housing Agency (SHHA) project, Mr Tefo Gaogane highlighted that for 2017-2018 financial year, they were tasked to construct 25 houses and almost all had been completed, except for the one in Zoroga which was on the water path area, hence the need to relocate it.
In the lower atmosphere this is measured by the liquid water path (LWP).
The team then took the water path from Bushehr to Al Ruweis in the northern part of Qatar to reach Doha at the end of the trip.
After that, the team took the water path from Bushehr to Al Ruwais in the northern part of Qatar to reach Doha.
The machines sense any water that is getting lost at a certain distance of a water path, which is then checked and repaired.
The full wave propagation path ([d.sub.T-R]) consists of two parts: the water path [d.sub.W] and the dry path [d.sub.T-R] - [d.sub.W].
To review, a direct-return system (Figure 1) is one in which the terminal nearest the supply source has both the shortest supply water path and shortest return water path to and from the source, while the terminal most remote from the supply source has both the longest supply water path and longest return water path.
The percentage of the water path [E.sub.river] and the land path [E.sub.land] can be obtained from GPS position information in the route which is also recorded in our measurement data