| 1851 - 510 pages
...semi-diurnal wave, whether this wave has a regular progress along the coast independently of the semi-dinrnal **wave, as was at first supposed by Mr. Whewell, or...which would result from the superposition of two such** waves, having the same or different origins. The mean of the regular double tides about the zero of... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1851 - 472 pages
...these single day-tides ; a view which is confirmed by such examinations as I have been able to make **of the hourly tidal observations at Fort Morgan, at...which would result from the superposition of two such** waves, having the same or different origins. The mean of the regular double tides about the zero of... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1851 - 478 pages
...this case would be between the diurnal tide-wave, which represents the diurnal inequality and tl}e **ordinary semi-diurnal wave, whether this wave has...which would result from the superposition of two such** waves, having the same or different origins. The mean of the regular double tides about the zero of... | |
| United States. Congress. Senate - 1852 - 624 pages
...these singleday tides ; a view which is confirmed by such examinations as I have been able to make **of the hourly tidal observations at Fort Morgan, at...As a first approximation, I assumed the two waves** tobe governed by the law of sines, and then determined the curve which would result from the superposition... | |
| United States. Congress. House - 606 pages
...independently of the semi-diurnal wave, as at first supposed by Mr. Whewell, or whether its phenomena are jcal, **as he has since been led, from his investigations, to believe. If** ie observed wave is produced by its interference with a semi-diurnal rave, we can only study the phenomena... | |
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