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wave train

[′wāv ‚trān]
(physics)
A series of waves produced by the same disturbance.
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Caption: FIGURE 4: (a) Wave train profile and (b) wave contour of [[eta].sub.SFB] (x, i) for [??] = 1.3.
A forecast made using the BSR and EAR for two to four weeks in advance would rely on the persistence of a Rossby wave train over the Pacific North American region in order to verify.
The transducer then produces sound wave trains into the liquid inside the cell.
As a consequence of the different geological structures, the basement of the site of observations, as well as, at the shot points, affect the character of the wave trains and the measurable values of the investigated parameters.
The Wave Train vessel will be launched at Royal Quays, North Shields, on Sunday before being handed over to Talisman.
There is apparently some hope that the careful shaping of the underwater hull can suppress the bow wave, at least at particular critical speeds, by creating interfering wave trains. This is much of what advocates of the trimaran claim for their design; in its case the interference is created by both the main and auxiliary hulls.
The atmospheric ENSO teleconnection in November and December is reminiscent of the east Atlantic pattern and distinct from the well-known arching extratropical Rossby wave train found from January to March.
The SDNF (SFND) pattern over the MLRYRB during 1961-1979 is closely associated with positive (negative) anomalies over northern coast of Russia and a wave train of 500 hPa GPH anomalies, with negative (positive) anomalies over western coast of British Isles and western central Asia (70[degrees]E, 60[degrees]N) and positive (negative) anomalies over the Black Sea.
Dysthe [5] derived a modified, 4th order version of the NLS equation that accounts for finite spectral width and describes the evolution of the spatial distribution of the complex envelope of the narrow-banded wave train in time.
We will establish the existence of traveling wave solutions and small amplitude traveling wave train solutions of this system.
Invented by engineering director Mike Watchorn, the Water Bridge is being tested in conjunction with Alnwick-based Alnmaritec's 60ft Wave Train 1600 vessel.
* Beginning this month, Whitewater Voyages offers intrepid whitewater rafters the Wave Train, an adventurous ride on the Upper Klamath River that dovetails with an Amtrak rail trip to Klamath Falls, Oregon, via Oakland and Emeryville.