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channel wave


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channel wave

channel wave

Linear stern waves in finite depth channels

Spectral gaps for the linear surface wave model in periodic channels

Wave radiation and diffraction by a submerged sphere in a channel

Corrigenda. Hamiltonian long-wave theory for water waves in a channel

Two Asymptotic Forms of the Rotational Solution for Wave Propagation Inside Viscous Channels with Transpiring Walls

Long-wave linear stability theory for two-fluid channel flow including compressibility effects

Numerical modelling of seismic wave propagation along the plate contact of the Hellenic Subduction Zone—the influence of a deep subduction channel

The chemically homogeneous evolutionary channel for binary black hole mergers: rates and properties of gravitational-wave events detectable by advanced LIGO

P-355 Organization of multiple reentrant wave fronts during atrial fibrillation by a pure IKR channel blocker in canine atria

Effect of oral L-type calcium channel blocker on repetitive paroxysmal atrial fibrillation: spectral analysis of fibrillation waves in the Holter monitoring

Exploring the Potential Use of Seismic Waves as a Communication Channel by Elephants and Other Large Mammals1

Heterozygous mutations of the voltage-gated sodium channel SCN8A are associated with spike-wave discharges and absence epilepsy in mice

Coupled-Channel RGM Calculations with a New Cluster Wave Function for a Five-Nucleon System

Zones of T‐wave excitation in the NE Indian ocean mapped using variations in backazimuth over time obtained from multi‐channel correlation of IMS hydrophone triplet data

 

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An elastic wave which travels through a layer with a lower velocity than that of the surrounding layers. The wave tends to be confined to that layer because of repeated internal reflection and the refraction of escaping waves back towards the channel owing to the increasing velocities away from the channel. See also hidden layer.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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