random waves

ran·dom waves

waves in the electroencephalogram that occur paroxysmally and asynchronously.
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ran·dom waves

(randŏm wāvz)
Waves in electroencephalograms that occur paroxysmally and asynchronously.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Here, we focus on the results on random waves acting on vertical seawalls.
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The nineteen contributions that make up the chapters of the main body of the text are devoted to random waves in the sea, the coastal effects of Tsunamis and defense against them, basic coastal sediment transport mechanisms, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
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The dispersion relation of random waves. In order to clarify the curious phenomenon discovered by Ramamonjiarisoa, our group started theoretical and experimental studies on this problem.
The swastika rotor has advantages over current wave energy devices in that it is simple and has only one moving part: the axle, it does not require wave impacts from any particular direction and can work just as well with isotropic random waves, and it will also rotate if a surface ocean current exists, but the opposite way, since it is then similar in design to an anenometer.