wave crest


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wave crest

The highest part of a wave. See also crest; wave.
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The profession must evolve its competencies and skills in order to get out ahead of the changes and best position itself to ride the wave crest into the future while remaining relevant and valuable.
Monroe also produced "Wave Crest" and "Kelva." The company closed in 1916.
We then reverse the problem and estimate the sea surface area and time necessary to consider the Draupner wave crest height (18.5 m = 1.55 [H.sub.s]) as the expected extreme event.
The larger the Ma number is, the lower the pressure difference at the wave crest (high temperature) is, and the greater the pressure difference at the trough (low temperature) is.
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Fernandez said the buildings, which include houses, had at least three stories, higher than the tsunami wave crest that could be generated by an earthquake in the West Philippine Sea.
In the laboratory experiments, monochromatic waves were generated for 175 sec and the data were used between 60.05 and 162.40 seconds to calculate the wave characteristic quantities, for example, wave heights, wave crest and trough, and mean water level.
The Budget Control Act of 2011 would make the post-2018 bow wave crest higher than previous ones.
The release of 'Speed up Scale up' comes at a crucial time, riding on a wave crest of hope that is so much part of this conference's narrative so far.