wave period


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wave period

The time it takes for two successive wave crests to pass a given point. See also wave; wave crest.
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Although a steady Kelvin wake does not necessarily exist for fast ferries, sailing at transcritical speeds in Tallinn Bay, the relevant theory is still useful for obtaining a rough estimate of the wave period in subcritical regime.
Peak wave period was somewhat more evenly distributed across the tsunami-frequency band with a slight skew toward longer frequencies (66% >1 h).
This study aims to identify presentation characteristics associated with the morbidity and mortality in patients presenting to the emergency department during the heat wave period.
Keeping in view the duration of Expected Heat Wave period 29-04-2019 to 03-5-2019 (which may be extendable as per situation) the provincial government has set up 185 cold water-Sabeel points, 112 relief camps/tertiary hospitals in all district of Karachi Division.
In New York City, the CDC (2013) defined a heat wave period as 2 or more days of heat indices above threshold.
Figure 8 details the structure-water column heave velocity data collected for a wave period of 1.54 s (0.65 Hz), and also for a wave period of 2.00 s (0.5 Hz).
The breeze from the sea will remain cut-off and wind from northwest to north will dominate, the Met Office said, adding, maximum temperature, during the heat wave period, will remain between 40C to 45C.