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Ocean Mathematics
Image Copyright 2013 by Passy’s World of Mathematics Welcome to Ocean Mathematics! Passy’s World is pleased to present a series of lessons all about the Mathematics related to the following aspects of the World’s Oceans: Mathematics of Ocean Waves Mathematics … Continue reading
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Mathematics of Ships at Sea
Image Source: http://i.imgur.com This ship is the “Blue Marlin”, one of the most amazing vessels to ever to sail the seas. The Marlin can carry an incredible 75,000 tonnes. It reaches a top speed of a sedate 13 knots, powered … Continue reading
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Surfboard Geometry and Design
Image Source: http://wikimedia.org Surfboard Design has a number of different geometries associated with the overall size and shape of the surfboard and its underside fins. For a high performance board capable of doing very tight turns, and spectacular skateboard like … Continue reading
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Mathematics of Ocean Waves and Surfing
Copyright Image Purchased by Passy’s World from Dreamstime.com In this lesson we look at some of the Mathematics associated with Surfing. We cover the Mathematics of Ocean Waves, as well as the physics associated with catching and riding a surfable … Continue reading
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Wave Power Mathematics
Image Source: http://resources2.news.com.au According to The World Energy Council, our planet currently uses approximately 15 trillion kWh of Electricity per year, representing just 0.02% of the energy contained throughout the world’s oceans. Much of this electricity is generated by coal … Continue reading
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