stationary wave


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a wave (as a sound wave in a chamber or an electromagnetic wave in a transmission line) in which the ratio of its instantaneous amplitude at one point to that at any other point does not vary with time

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2]) (settled at 3/4 [lambda]) is open, all other taps being closed, now in (c) point, the pressure variation is always zero, none energy will be absorbed by the engine, and the stationary wave will persist in the entire length of the pipe.
Event participants will bodyboard and surf on a FlowRider[TM] ride that generates a thin sheet of water which flows over a stationary wave form.
Powered by a Flygt submersible propeller pump, the FlowRider generates a thin sheet of water that flows over a stationary wave form.
It is a stationary wave, it's different; but at the same time it's super fun and does feel a lot like the ocean," said ASP World Champion Surfer, Sofia Mulanovich.
the effect consists in that that the producing of reflected waves will give birth in the piston of the pipe a series of stationary waves, none raising energy in liquid will results, pressures won't outrun fixed limit.
Forel is, I think, most certain; that they are waves originally caused by winds; but that they are reflected from one side and another of the limited sea, and thus become stationary waves.
The effect consists in that that the producing of reflected waves will give birth in the piston of the pipe a serie of stationary waves, none raising energy in liquid will results, pressures won't outrun fixed limit.