wave trough


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wave trough

The lowest part of the wave between crests. See also crest; wave.
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Westerly Wave trough continues to prevail over Northern parts of the country with Seasonal Low prevailing over Northwestern Balochistan.
Trotter surmises that the Hydrus was caught in a wave trough, leading the captain to drop the anchor in an attempt to turn the ship back into the storm.
Simulations of ship-induced wave trough propagation and transformation over shallow banks are performed using the CLAWPACK software package of FORTRAN and Python subroutines.
An albatross ascending from a wave trough at an angle would encounter progressively faster winds.
Figure 5(a) shows the blue-shift of wave trough (around 1550 nm) of the output spectrum of the hydrostatic pressure sensor when the applied pressure increases from 0 to 39 MPa.
Always the sound of the hull slapping down into the wave trough, always
WaveMaster extracts energy by using the pressure difference between a wave trough and wave crest.
Then, he said, two bad things can happen: The boat can turn sideways and roll, or the bow can dig into the bottom of the wave trough, causing the boat to "pitch-pole," or tumble end over end.
Westerly Wave trough at present prevails over Kashmir and adjoining areas, whereas Seasonal Low lies over Northern Balochistan.
The casing sheet includes a first layer, which is corrugated over at least a central part of its surface to provide rows of parallel waves that have wave crests and wave troughs.