E/F ratio and peak frequency, obtained from AEs on the basis of Lamb wave theory
, we developed a method to identify damage types in a CFRP laminate.
Based on the transmission line and coupling wave theory
, the resonator's transmission line equations and mode coupling coefficients are obtained.
2) Stokes wave theory
is valid in deep and shallow water.
Beer reads wave theory
as part of a broader cultural landscape and traces its influence on literary modernism; I see such an influence in Nostromo, but rather than reflecting wave theory
alone, I would suggest that Conrad--like Woolf more than two decades later--is also responding to a very recent scientific notion that waves alone cannot account for all phenomena.
Although there is a good agreement between the proposed matrix method and the coupled wave theory
of Kogelnik (TK) under several conditions, differences between the two methods becomes greater when the two media beside the input and output plane of the grating present different refractive indexes than that of the grating substrate.
The pilot wave theory
considers the electron as a particle whose motion is guided by a wave.
To describe Newton's corpuscular theory of light--as opposed to the wave theory
of Hooke and Huygens--simply as 'correct', is insufficient.
The Strategy is agnostic to fundamentals and focuses purely on technical analysis and Elliot Wave theory
Rakhmatulin's papers regarding the plastic wave theory
We suggest, in particular, that these quantum waves can be interpreted like in Bohm's pilot wave theory
A slightly less controversial method is the wave theory
developed by Ralph Elliott in the 1930s.
The observed visibility of the interference between upward and downward spin components perpendicular to the Larmor precession plane of the neutron spin are compared with the numerical simulations in the plane wave theory
and also in the Schrodinger wave-packet model.