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wave train

n. Physics
A succession of similar wave pulses.

wave train

n
(General Physics) physics a series of waves travelling in the same direction and spaced at regular intervals

wave′ train`


n.
a series of successive waves spaced at regular intervals.
[1895–1900]
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Noun1.wave train - a succession of waves spaced at regular intervals
series - similar things placed in order or happening one after another; "they were investigating a series of bank robberies"
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The EIO is a source region for an equivalent-barotropic Rossby wave train which influences MSLP to the south of Australia (van Rensch and Cai 2014), thus affecting atmospheric circulation in the region.
As I wrote my way through the grief, I numbered the days of the wave train, with day one being the day I was informed of Michael's death.
2] be right hand side and left hand side wall boundaries and the medium is considered to be induced by a sinusoidal wave train propagating with a constant speed c along the asymmetric trapped channel wall (Fig.
x) Opposing waves and currents: When a swell wave train opposes a wind wave train and these converge with a strong ocean current, very dangerous overall wave conditions are possible.
First, we consider a periodic stable planar wave train of two pulses for a system size of [L.
The bottom end of the secondary echo pulse of the wave train was coincided to the gate pulse.
This results in a wave train propagating into the computational domain.
If the wave train images are compared, there is no doubt that the broadening of the spectra at the sites mentioned first can be explained by the dispersive properties of Rayleigh waves, while at the site at epicentral distance r > 40 km the width of their spectra are narrower, as seen in Figure 9.
Let the river's voice guide you to an excellent viewpoint at the bottom of the wave train.
1] can be defined as the average of the 10 % and 1% of the highest waves in a wave train respectively.
Signal H shows more uniformity in peak distribution and no definitive wave train is discernible.
The 60ft Wave Train 1600 ( a 60-seat boat to ferry crews to offshore oil rigs ( has been built by the Northumberland company for energy giant Talisman at a cost of pounds 760,000.