

  critical slope 
The bottom slope at the measurement site is close to the critical slope for a tidal wave.


Critical slope gradient for compulsory abandonment of farmland on the hilly Loess Plateau


The data on the formation, development and distribution of shallow gullies on sloping farmland indicate that critical slope gradient for shallow gully initiation ranges from 15 to 20 degrees with an average of 18.2 degrees.


Relaxation rules are a combination of probabilistic critical height (probability of toppling p) and deterministic critical slope processes with internal correlation time tc equal to the avalanche lifetime, in model A, and ,in model B.


Furthermore, the critical slope gradient of erosion was driven.


The analysis shows that the critical slope gradient of soil erosion is dependent on grain size, soil bulk density, surface roughness, runoff length, net rain excess, and the friction coefficient of soil, etc.


The critical slope gradient has been estimated theoretically with its range between 41.5° ∽ 50°.


Furthermore, the critical slope gradient of erosion was driven.


The analysis shows that the critical slope gradient of soil erosion is dependent on grain size, soil bulk density, surface roughness, runoff length, net rain excess, and the friction coefficient of soil, etc.


The critical slope gradient has been estimated theoretically with its range between 41.


The results indicate that the "critical slope", i.e.


The critical slope was close to 20%, due to the higher metabolic cost of loaded walking and running.


We give a new proof of the result, originally proved in unpublished work of Glenn Stevens [7], that every modular eigensymbol of noncritical slope lifts uniquely to a rigidanalytic distributionvalued eigensymbol.


Land cover information (e.g., unstable soils, immature forest stands, roads, critical slope for land failure and rainonsnow areas) was used to estimate erosionrisk indices.


The result shows that largeamplitude internal waves are generated at both bumps by the predominant M2 tidal flow, even though the condition of the critical Froude number and the critical slope are not satisfied.


Assuming the door frame to be 32inches wide, the critical slope would be the critical gap divided by the width of the door frame.


At the critical slope of the plane the contact angle of the front and back of the drop is a and r, respectively.


As is increased further the critical slope decreases and becomes shallower than the new static slope.


For example, for 30 EOFs, the critical slope is 0.007 correlation units for every additional degree of freedom at the 0.01 significance level.


For 60 EOFs the critical slope is 0.0026 correlation units for every additional degree of freedom.




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