... 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 475by John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1894 - 984 pagesFull view - About this book
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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