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" ... to represent the crests of the component trains. In the case of two trains of slightly different wave-lengths, it may be proved that the tangent of the angle between the line of maxima and the wave-fronts is half the tangent of the angle between the... "
The Theory of Sound - Page 475
by John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1894 - 984 pages
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The Theory of Sound, Volume 2

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Sound - 1878
...Another phenomenon, also mentioned to me by Mr Froude, admits of a similar explanation. A steam launch moving quickly through the water is accompanied by...condition, to represent the crests of the component trains. In the case of two trains of slightly different wave-lengths, it may be proved that the tangent of...
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THE MESSENGER OF MATHEMATICS

W. ALLEN WHITHWORTH M.A - 1878
...more) infinite trains of waves, of of slightly differing wave-lengths, whose direction and velocity of propagation are so related in each case that there...parallel and equidistant lines, subject to the above conditions, to represent the crests of the component trains. In the case of two trains of slightly...
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Hydraulics, Volume 2

Stanley Dunkerley - Hydraulics - 1908
...wave systems of slightly different wave lengths, the direction and velocities of propagation being so related in each case that there is no change of position relatively to the boat. This method may be applied to the diverging system. Let (Fig. 73) A, A . . ., B, B . . . be the respective...
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The Messenger of Mathematics, Volumes 6-7

1877
...more) infinite trains of waves, of of slightly differing wave-lengths, whose direction and velocity of propagation are so related in each case that there...composition will be best understood by drawing on paper two seta of parallel and equidistant lines, subject to the above conditions, to represent the crests of...
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Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Volume 9

Electronic journals - 1878
...differing wave-lengths, whose directions and velocities of propagation are so related in each ease that there is no change of position relatively to...condition, to represent the crests of the component trains. Tn the case of two trains of slightly different wave-lengths, it may be proved that the tangent of...
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Nature, Volume 17

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1878
...(or more) infinite trains of waves, of slightly differing wave-lengths, whose direction and velocity of propagation are so related in each case that there...parallel and equidistant lines, subject to the above conditions, to represent the crests of the component trains. In the case of two trains of slightly...
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