Asked in Science
What takes place when the crests of one wave overlaps the crest of another wave?
December 18, 2014 2:55PM
The overlap of one wave crest with another can result in interference, which can be constructive (additional) or destructive (reductive) depending on the phase of the wave.
Asked in Peacocks and Peahens
What is the name of the crest of a peacock?
Both male and female peafowl have a crest. It is referred to as a crest. ___________ But there is a word in English something like coppet or copper? I cannot find in dictionaries ___________ There are regional English expressions referring to bird crests, and these expressions vary from place to place. Birds who have erectile feathers on their heads are referred to as crested birds, and the feathers in question are referred to as crests. ___________
Asked in Lakes and Rivers
What happens when a river crests?
What do colors stand for on a family crest?
Asked in Physics
When the crest of one wave passes through the trough of another wave what takes place?
Asked in Physics
When the crest passes through the trough of another wave what takes place?
What occurs when crests overlap crests and troughs overlap troughs?
What is the number of wave crests that pass a place in one second called?
Is Crest Palce Apartments Family Subsidized Apartments?
What is measured from crest to crest or from trough to trough?
Asked in Jewelry
What is the grooved ring that holds a watch crystal in place?
Asked in Physics
What is number of wave crests or troughs that pass one place each second?
How can you research a family crest?
If the family name is of British, Scottish, Welsh, or Irish ancestry, the College of Heralds is the place to seek help. Heralds have, down thru the centuries, been the people who design and authenticate, family coats of arms, and crests. They are the official arbiters of what, who, why, and when, as it applies to family heritage. Do a GOOGLE search and see what the College of Heralds can do to help you. Follow up question on previous response. What about a European (Polish,German,Swiss,etc.etc.)surname. Use the same resources?? Be very cautious in researching a family crest - the majority of people at that time did not have such an emblem, and were farmers, peasants, etc. There area lot of scam companies offering crests, lineages etc for a price. Don't forget, just because you find an authentic crest for your Surname does not necessarily make your family eligible. You must find and authenticate a direct lineage to the proper family members to use a crest. There is no such thing as a family crest; crests are part of the overall heraldry held by an individual (usually a man). They refer to the crest worn on top of a knight's helmet during the late medieval period - not to the design on the shield. A crest can be many kinds of things like a swan, a deer's head and neck, a man's arm holding a sword, a ship, a standing dragon and so on. This crest was often used as a badge by the knight's retainers and servants, who were not permitted to have a coat of arms. Fraudsters have in modern times pretended to be able to identify "your family coat of arms" in return for payment; this idea is completely false because if you have been awarded a complete coat of arms (with motto, supporters, mantling and crest) you will already have a legal heraldic document proving it - nobody without that evidence can claim to have any heraldry. In England, Wales and Scotland it is a serious offence in law to pretend that you have title to any part of a coat of arms (including the crest) when you have no such right.
Asked in Kingdom Hearts 2
How do you defeat the nobody with the gold from Kingdom Hearts 2?
He'll take golds from the crest which makes him vulnerable to psychical attacks. You'll have to use magic to beat the gold out of him and than place it back to the crest. Or you can use the reaction combat when it's trying to steal the gold from the crest. After all the gold is in the crest attack him.
Two main parts of a wave?
Aside from water and energy, the two main parts of a wave are its CREST , the area that is farthest from the Earth's core, and its TROUGH, the part of the wave that forms just before it gives way to the next crest. When two or more waves combine, their energies are combined. In an open Ocean when several crests come together simultaneously Rogue Waves are formed. These can be ten or more meters in height. It should be noted that ocean/sea/river are not the only places where waves can be found. Sound is example another example of waves [waves in air] A wave is the movement of energy from one place to another without the transfer of mass [a wave moves through a medium (like water) but the water does not move along with the energy] There are examples where thinking about waves in this way does not help but this can be useful for visualising waves and how they move.
Is the Falcon Crest development in Smithville New Jersey?
Asked in Definitions
What is the movement of people from one place to another called?