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Further report on the bore of the Tsien-tang-kiang by William Usborne Moore

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Published by Hydrographic Office in London .
Written in English


  • Bores (Tidal phenomena)

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Statementby Captain W.U. Moore, 1892 ; published by order of the lords commissioners of the Admiralty
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p., plates :
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Open LibraryOL24179299M

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Report on the bore of the Tsien-tang kiang ().This book, "Report on the bore of the Tsien-tang kiang", by William Usborne Moore,is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may .   "Further Report," etc., Also, in Proceedings of the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, ↑ Fung-shui, literally "wind-water," a much-used term in Chinese geomancy, signifying propitious influence of the controling spirits involved in any undertaking—perhaps the nearest simple English equivalent is "luck.". Wu Li Xue Yao Wen Jiao Zi Inte on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wu Li Xue Yao Wen Jiao Zi Inte.   The Tsien-Tang-Kiang Bore.—The most remarkable example of a bore is to be found on the Tsien-Tang-Kiang river in China. and still further, if an on-shore gale is driving the water out of the Pacific into the Bay of Hangchau.1 The Amazon.—The bore of the Amazon is chiefly distinguished 1 "The Bore of the Tsien-Tang-Kiang," by \V. Osborne.

The hydraulic jump is the sudden transition from a high-velocity open channel flow regime to a subcritical flow motion. The flow properties may be solved using continuity and momentum considerations.   The Bore On the Ch'Ien-T'Ang River in China The Bore On the Ch'Ien-T'Ang River in China Moule, A.C. THE BORE ON THE CH'IEN-T'ANG RIVER IN CHINA BY A. C. MOULE. 'rhe following version of a medieval account of the Bore - "the strangest, rarest, most wonderful sight in the world" - is attempted first that it may form a companion to the modern accounts of it by . In macrotidal estuaries, a tidal bore may form during spring tide conditions when the flood tide is confined to a narrow channel. Most field occurrences showed well-defined undulations behind the leading wave, that is, an undular bore process. Herein, detailed free-surface and turbulence measurements were performed beneath undular bore fronts using side-looking acoustic Doppler velocimetry and Cited by: 1 st period 2nd period 2.e g O 1 S o.e -O.e -1 T — I — I — I — \ — I — I — I — I — r - - -1 Fig. C-5 - Audio signal the tidal bore of the Dordogne River at Port de Saint Pardon on 18 October (Courtesy of Patrick VIA LLE) 84 S 2E-5 lE-5 - 5E-6 2E-6 Tidal bore.

The report arose that Prince Erkalty had become a Christian, and St. Louis, anxious to prove the truth of it, charged Rubruquis to go into the prince's own country and there make what observations he could upon the subject. In the month of June , Rubruquis . Wigtown Book Festival Wigtown Book Festival My talk can be seen on Page 27 of the programme, scheduled for Thursday 4th October, at in the County Buildings; Wreck report of the S S Moselle Wreck report of the S S Moselle, the ship on which my great grandfather had returned from Panama to the UK nine years previously. In the footsteps of J J Walker at Hangzhou and Haining. Passing out of the gate, an exceedingly beautiful scene burst upon our view: in front of us lay the Si-hu or Western Lake, a fine sheet of water three miles by two in extent, almost surrounded by high rugged hills of volcanic character, well wooded in most parts, on one of which to our right, we could see the sanatorium, and, somewhat. The Severn, the Seine, the Tsien-Tang Kiang, and the Amazon, as well as the Hiigli, are instances of rivers on which a bore has been observed, reaching heights of from 6 to 15 feet; and the bore is due to the retardation of the flood tide, till it has gained a sufficient head to overcome every obstacle to its upward progress with a rapid rush.