Definitions for "Waterline"
Keywords:  hull, afloat, boat, canoe, intersecting
A line painted on the hull which shows the point to where a boat sinks when it is properly trimmed.
A line reached by the water along the hull of a boat; the shape of the waterline and the handling characteristics of the boat change as the load changes. Solo or tandem.
a line corresponding to the surface of the water when the vessel is afloat on an even keel; often painted on the hull of a ship
Keywords:  skimmer, overflow, midpoint, spa, rim
Overflow System- The waterline is at the top of the overflow rim. Skimmer System- The waterline is at the midpoint of the operating range of the skimmers when there are no users in the pool/spa.
Either the midpoint of the operating range of the skimmer(s), or the top edge of the overflow rim.
The height to which the water is filled in the pool or spa. This is usually in the middle of skimmer openings, the center of the tile pattern or to the overflow if so constructed.
Keywords:  tide, lowest, wip, ebb, shorelines
The lines of water at their high and low points.Low waterline refers to the point at which the tide is lowest while high waterline describes the point on the shorelines where the tide is at its peak or at its highest.
The lowest level of IT detail of relevance to the Customer. Above are the services they use, expressed in their terms. Below it is technical, for IT themselves to deal with. Wide Area Network A computer network that spans a relatively large geographical area. Typically, a WAN consists of two or more LANs. The largest WAN in existence is the Internet. Work In Progress Tasks formally identified but not yet completed. WIP reports will normally comment on the extent to which the WIP is complete and on any aspect of the WIP that changes previous assumptions about time, cost or quality.
The lowest level of detail relevant to the customer.
Keywords:  sewer, pipe, cycles, maximum, liquid
Maximum liquid level in a sewer pipe/structure during normal operating cycles.