Gradients

Some articles on gradients, gradient:

Chard Branch Line - Gradients
... Running north from Chard Junction, the line climbed at first at 1 in 80 and then at varying gradients between 1 in 200 and 1 in 94 until the divergence from the Town station line at Chard ... and rising again at 1 in 80 to a local summit at Ash, falling again at the same gradient ...
Channel Types - High Gradient Channels
... High gradient channels of rivers and streams have been divided into riffle-pool (which can cover all of the low gradient channel morphologies discussed ... of migrating pools and transfers bars called riffles and occur on gradients less than 1-2 percent ... bars but commonly have stone cells or clusters and occur on gradients in the range of 1-5 percent, and have "whitewater" ...
Hillclimbing (railway) - Examples - Liverpool and Manchester Railway
... of handling the short 1.6-km length of 1 in 100 gradients on either side of the Rainhill level ... trains had primitive brakes, it was also necessary to have very gentle gradients to reduce the need for strong brakes ... Sudden changes in gradients would have also overstressed the primitive couplings between the carriages ...
Jinsha River - Geography - Gradients
... Below Batang (Sichuan) the gradient gradually decreases to about 8 feet per mile (1.5 m/km), but the Jinsha is unnavigable and in its upper course, through the gorges, is more of an obstacle than an aid to ...
Steady-state Free Precession Imaging - Gradient Moments Are Zero or Not
... If, within one TR, either one of the gradient moments of magnetic gradients along three logical directions, including slice selection direction (Gss), phase encoding (Gpe ... Otherwise, if all gradient moments are zero within one TR, i.e ... gradients of opposite polarities cancel out, then there are no additional effects on the phase from gradients that is to say, SI of each voxels is the contributions of a ...