stationary wave

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Synonyms for stationary wave

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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The 3-D properties of these stationary waves were also obtained by combining VIRTIS data with radio-science data from the Venus Radio Science experiment, or VeRa, also on Venus Express.
This finding raises challenges for existing models of stationary waves.
We will have then overlapped in the pipes a system of stationary waves and a system of mobile waves along the pipe, though there will not be any point in the pipe where the variation of the pressure will be permanently zero.
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.
He has since gone on to surf more than 200 stationary waves in rivers around the world.
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.
When the tub has finished with a phonon-absorbent material, the stationary waves from tub have the shape from Fig.