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How to Determine the Height of Tide, Continued OPNAV  3530/40  (4-73) HT OF TIDE Now  that  we  have  the  subordinate  station  data,  we  can  complete  the remainder  of  the  problem;  finding  the  height  of  the  tide  at  the  desired  time of 0700. Duration Rise Fall Time Fm Near 16. Tide Range of Tide Ht  of  Near  Tide Step 15. 17. 18. Action To  compute  this  duration,  find  the two  subordinate  stations’  times  that bracket  your  desired  time.  In  this case  they  are  0622  and  1331. Calculate  the  total  time  difference between  the  two  (1331  -  0622  =  7 hours  09  minutes).  We  can  tell  by observation  that  between  0622  and 133  1  the  tide  is  rising.  Enter  this data on the worksheet. Next,  determine  the  time  nearest high/low  for  which  the  desired  tide height  is  required.  In  this  case  the desired  time  of  1100  is  nearest  to high tide at 133 1. Now find the time difference  between  the  two (1331 - 1100 = 2 h 31m). Enter this data on the worksheet. Now  calculate  the  range  of  tide. Simply  find  the  difference  between the height of high and low tide from the  same  two  subordinate  station times  bracketed  for  duration  above (3.9  -  1.0  =  2.9).  Enter  this  data  or the worksheet. Enter  the  height  of  the  nearest  tide this case from the high tide at 1331. Completed  Strip Form 7h  09m  rising 2h 31m 2.9 3.9  ft 7-10

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