*  Recession (disambiguation) - Wikipedia
... as in the case of tidal acceleration. Spring break or spring recession, a week in March when a university stops holding classes ... a loss of gum tissue resulting in the roots of teeth becoming exposed Recession of a satellite moving to a higher orbit, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recession_(disambiguation)
*  Moon - Wikipedia
... confusingly known as tidal acceleration), which lifts the Moon into a higher orbit and results in its lower orbital speed about ... results in tidal forces. Tidal forces affect both the Earth's crust and oceans. The most obvious effect of tidal forces is to ... Global influences of the 18.61 year nodal cycle and 8.85 year cycle of lunar perigee on high tidal levels, U. of Western ... The highest altitude of the Moon in the sky varies with the lunar phase and the season of the year. The full moon is highest ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon
*  Orbit of the Moon - Wikipedia
See tidal acceleration for a more detailed description and references. The Moon is gradually receding from Earth into a higher ... removing the bulk of the tidal friction and acceleration. The Moon is in synchronous rotation, meaning that it keeps the same ... At higher latitudes, there will be a period of at least one day each month when the Moon does not rise, but there will also be ... Tidal rhythmites from 620 million years ago show that, over hundreds of millions of years, the Moon receded at an average rate ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbit_of_the_Moon
*  Tidal locking - Wikipedia
When B is not yet tidally locked, the bulges travel over its surface, with one of the two "high" tidal bulges traveling close ... Gravity-gradient stabilization Orbital resonance Planetary habitability Tidal acceleration Synchronous orbit Barnes, Rory, ed ... may have been significantly different from that observed nowadays due to subsequent tidal acceleration, and the locking time is ... Once tidal locking is achieved for one of the bodies, there is no more net transfer of angular momentum between the two objects ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_locking
*  Thunderbolts Forum • View topic - Catastrophist Geology
Regarding the simulation he writes: 'Although the water initially is at rest, accelerations from the giant tidal perturbation ... Water has a very high specific heat, using the same amount of energy to raise water 350 would raise limestone to about 160C. ... While I do not disagree with the tidal/ tidal wave redbed formation mechanism I do question the 'evaporite' evidence.. What is ... As tidal waves push far inland they remodel existing coastlines, depositing their load in an organised manner as they do. A ...
  http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=16703&view=unread
*  Spectral Analysis of the Svalbard Temperature Record 1912-2010
By causing small accelerations and decelerations of the tidal bulges moving around Earth, this may cause small changes in ocean ... In winters with high frequency of such events, the average temperature will be high and vice versa in winters where advection ... The autoregressive value was found to be somewhat higher for the summer data (AR. = 0.47) than for the winter data (AR. = 0.43 ... T. C. Royer, "High-latitude oceanic variability associated with the 18.6-year nodal tide," Journal of Geophysical Research, vol ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/amete/2011/175296/
*  Topographic Controls on Production and Deposition of Tidal Cool-Water Carbonates, Uzès Basin, SE France | Journal of...
... consistent with progressive tidal flow acceleration in the seaway resulting from sea-level fall. Lime mud is pervasive in the ... Also, this could favor the observed early marine diagenesis of the deposit and give it a high preservation potential in the ... Topographic Controls on Production and Deposition of Tidal Cool-Water Carbonates, Uzès Basin, SE France Jean-Yves Reynaud Jean ... We document an example of a cool-water carbonate deposit interpreted as a flood-tidal delta formed during sea-level fall in the ...
  https://pubs.geoscienceworld.org/sepm/jsedres/article-abstract/76/1/117/145016/topographic-controls-on-production-and-deposition?redirectedFrom=fulltext
*  Why wouldn't black hole singularity evaporate before it can form? | Physics Forums - The Fusion of Science and Community
... horizon without any immediate effect except increasing gravitational acceleration and tidal effects...So thermal and quantum ... The friendliest, high quality science and math community on the planet! Everyone who loves science is here! ... tidal gravity pulls the virtual photons apart and the one that escapes carries away the energy that the hole's tidal gravity ... One of the nice things about discussing supermassive black holes is that the tidal gravity is negligible at the EH, so you can ...
  https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/why-wouldnt-black-hole-singularity-evaporate-before-it-can-form.683755/
*  Tidal barrage - Wikipedia
Potential energy content of the water in the basin at high tide = ½ × area × density × gravitational acceleration × tidal range ... Tidal pools are independent enclosing barrages built on high level tidal estuary land that trap the high water and release it ... where tidal resonance amplifies the tidal range. Tidal barrage power schemes have a high capital cost and a very low running ... Enhanced pumped storage tidal series of lagoons raises the water level higher than the high tide, and uses intermittent ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_barrage
*  The saturday economist, housing market review october 2013
Price rises will spread across the UK, like a tidal wave across the flood plain. We expect an acceleration of house prices ... The spreads on high LTV loans will rise and higher capital provisions for high LTV lending will be in the mixer. John Ashcroft ... This was higher than June's 3.7% increase and is the highest annual rate since June 2010 (6.3%). Nationwide prices increased by ... 4. THE SATURDAY ECONOMIST - ECONOMICS UPDATE Halifax - Prices in the three months to August were 5.4% higher than in the same ...
  https://www.slideshare.net/jkaonline/the-saturday-economist-housing-market-review-october-2013
*  Microsecond - Wikipedia
... largely due to tidal acceleration. 20.8 microseconds - sampling interval for digital audio with 48,000 samples/s 22.7 ... 1 microsecond - the length of time of a high-speed, commercial strobe light flash (see air-gap flash). 1.8 microseconds - the ... cycle time for highest tone in telephone audio (4 kHz)[citation needed] 277.8 microseconds - a fourth (a 60th of a 60th of a ... cycle time for highest human-audible tone (20 kHz) 50 microseconds to read - the access latency for a modern solid state drive ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsecond
*  Effects of global warming on oceans - Wikipedia
... shoreline erosion and acceleration rates (m/yr); mean tidal range (m); and mean wave height (m). The research was conducted on ... A higher amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere leads to higher global temperatures, which then results in thermal ... Higher global temperatures melt glaciers such as the one in Greenland, which flow into the oceans, adding to the amount of ... Larger grains sink faster and can only be pushed by rapid flowing water (high energy environment) whereas small grains sink ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_global_warming_on_oceans
*  Mir - Wikipedia
... and so each component was subject to small accelerations from tidal forces; The differences in orbital plane between different ... The highest priority for the ECLSS was the station's atmosphere, but the system also collected, processed, and stored waste and ... As the station constantly lost altitude because of a slight atmospheric drag, it needed to be boosted to a higher altitude ... Without the protection of the Earth's atmosphere, cosmonauts were exposed to higher levels of radiation from a steady flux of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mir
*  1998 | The Sport Journal
Teach tidal breathing by having the group begins running at a fresh swing and at the acceleration point doing a tidal breath, ... Mekteb-i Sultani High School in 1870" (p. 262).. The birth of nationally oriented school sports was a natural result of. the ... Usually accomplished just once at the point of acceleration, the technique known as tidal breathing propels the runner into a ... Techniques for the pre-season include: gaits and tempos, acceleration point, tidal breathing, stretches, skips shake-ups, ...
  http://thesportjournal.org/article/tag/1998/
*  Tides - The Moon | Coursera
We find that the difference in accelerations, the tidal acceleration that. exerts a relative force pulling these two points ... they'll be a high tide when the given side of the Earth faces the Moon. ... The relative acceleration between these two points, a1 minus a2,. is going to be the difference between this acceleration term. ... We get an expression for the tidal acceleration that goes at some constants, ...
  https://www.coursera.org/learn/life-on-other-planets/lecture/JIr81/tides
*  Do volcanoes emit more CO2 than humans?
Tidal deformation is cycled as objects spin through the tidal acceleration and tidal potential energy fields. The tidal bulge ... tidal dissipation might be much higher or lower. If the tidal deformation were perfectly elastic, their would be no tidal ... The local vertical tidal acceleration is:. dv = T * [ 1/2 + 3/2 cos(2N) ]. And the local horizontal tidal acceleration ( ... increase or decrease in tidal acceleration and tidal displacements from the lunar tides alone. That implies the tidal torque, a ...
  https://skepticalscience.com/volcanoes-and-global-warming-basic.htm
*  SIS Forum • View topic - Mt. St. Helens and Catastrophism
... accelerations from the giant tidal perturbation quickly lead to water velocities of 270 m/s and more, with high levels of ... While I do not disagree with the tidal/ tidal wave redbed formation mechanism I do question the 'evaporite' evidence.. What is ... As tidal waves push far inland they remodel existing coastlines, depositing their load in an organised manner as they do. A ... I'm not averse to a huge tidal wave sweeping across central north America rather than embracing the mainstream idea of a vast ...
  http://forum.sis-group.org.uk/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=38
*  Axial tilt - Wikipedia
As the Moon continues to recede from Earth due to tidal acceleration, resonances may occur which will cause large oscillations ... But the rotational flattening of the planet and the entourage of moons and/or rings, which are traceable with high-precision ... Astrophysicists have applied tidal theories to predict the obliquity of extrasolar planets. It has been shown that the ... Mercury and Venus have most likely been stabilized by the tidal dissipation of the Sun. Earth was stabilized by the Moon, as ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axial_tilt
*  Earth's rotation - Wikipedia
By counting the microscopic lamina that form at higher tides, tidal frequencies (and thus day lengths) can be estimated, much ... Over millions of years, the Earth's rotation slowed significantly by tidal acceleration through gravitational interactions with ... The current rate of tidal deceleration is anomalously high, implying the Earth's rotational velocity must have decreased more ... This is due to the tidal effects the Moon has on Earth's rotation. Atomic clocks show that a modern-day is longer by about 1.7 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth's_rotation
*  Tidal force - Wikipedia
Tidal forces are also responsible for tidal locking, tidal acceleration, and tidal heating. Tides may also induce seismicity. ... Tidal effects become particularly pronounced near small bodies of high mass, such as neutron stars or black holes, where they ... Correspondingly, the term tidal force is used to describe the forces due to tidal acceleration. Note that for these purposes ... The solar tidal acceleration at the Earth's surface was first given by Newton in the Principia. Tidal tensor Amphidromic point ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_force
*  Dynamic tidal power - Wikipedia
Dynamic tidal power doesn't require a very high natural tidal range, but instead an open coast where the tidal propagation is ... which can be attributed to the non-permanent character of the tidal flow (acceleration). It is estimated that some of the ... Dynamic tidal power or DTP is an untried but promising technology for tidal power generation. It would involve creating a long ... "Dynamic Tidal Power simulation video". February 17, 2012. Chiang Mei (3 March 2012). "Note on tidal diffraction by a coastal ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_tidal_power
*  EvC Forum: The Age of the Earth (version 3 no 1 part 3)
By counting the microscopic lamina that form at higher tides, tidal frequencies (and thus day lengths) can be estimated, much ... Over millions of years, the Earth's rotation slowed significantly by tidal acceleration through gravitational interactions with ... Rapid high volume flood discharge flow is quite different: it forms wide flat bottomed channels with very little meandering and ... Some high-energy cosmic rays entering Earth's atmosphere collide hard enough with molecular atmospheric constituents to cause ...
  http://www.evcforum.net/dm.php?control=msg&m=817773
*  P-dog's blog: boring but important: Physics flashcard question: acceleration at highest point in trajectory
At the highest point in the trajectory, which acceleration component is zero?. (A) a_x.. (B) a_y.. (C) (Both of the above ... Labels: acceleration, flashcards, free fall, physics think-pair-share question, projectile motion, think-pair-share, vectors, ... tidal heating (1) * time dilation (1) * tritium (1) * viscosity (1) * wave-particle duality (1) ...
  http://waiferx.blogspot.com/2011/09/physics-flashcard-question-acceleration.html
*  Patent US7532924 - Cardiac rhythm management system with exercise test interface - Google Patents
An accelerometer senses acceleration of the patient. At certain frequencies, the sensed acceleration is indicative of the ... The metabolic need sensor provides a sensor output indicative of a patient's need for a particular (e.g., higher or lower) ... The MV sensor provides information about the patient's breathing rate and/or tidal volume. Such information is correlative to a ... Heart rate turbulence is often manifested as a short initial acceleration in heart rate followed by a de-acceleration of the ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US7532924?dq=7222078
*  Tidal resonance - Wikipedia
... the result producing a much higher tidal range at the coast. Famous examples of this effect are found in the Bay of Fundy, ... where g is the acceleration of gravity and h is the depth of the ocean. For a typical continental shelf with a depth of 100 m, ... In oceanography, a tidal resonance occurs when the tide excites one of the resonant modes of the ocean. The effect is most ... The increased speed of long waves in the deep ocean means that the tidal wavelength there is of order 10,000 km. As the ocean ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_resonance