The film is divided in three parts: New wave (Vieja Ola), Eternal wave (Ola eterna) and Old wave (Nueva Ola).
Solutions to wave propagation problems in linear elastic transversely isotropic media can be constructed by superposing solutions for the quasi-P wave, the quasi S-wave, and a S-wave polarized orthogonal to the quasi S-wave.
There are two types of continuous-wave radar: "unmodulated continuous-wave" and "modulated continuous-wave".
A sneaker wave, also known as a sleeper wave, or in Australia as a king wave, is a disproportionately large coastal wave that can sometimes appear in a wave train without warning.
This means that the incident wave is split into two different wave types at the interface.
S-wave refraction evaluates the shear wave generated by the seismic source located at a known distance from the array.
Wave breaking intensity measures the force of the wave as it breaks, spills, or plunges (a plunging wave is termed by surfers as a "barrel wave").
Each component wave function, and hence the wave packet, are solutions of a wave equation.
Traveling-wave antennas fall into two general categories: "slow-wave antennas", and "fast-wave antennas". [...] Fast-wave antennas are often referred to as leaky wave antenna.
At the Brillouin zone boundaries, Bragg reflection occurs resulting in a standing wave consisting of a wave with wave vector [...] and wave vector [...].
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