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This is part 3 of an article series on maximum dynamic loads in moorings. If you haven’t seen it yet, start from part 1 here first. Mooring design is often […]
Finding maximums part 2: Why using multiple sea state realizations quickly reveals extreme mooring loads
This is part 2 of an article series on maximum dynamic loads in moorings. Start from part 1 here first. The maximum load in a severe sea state usually drives […]
In 1995, astronomers wanted to point the multi-billion dollar Hubble Space Telescope at a small portion of a completely empty sky. It was risky because they couldn’t tell in advance […]
Losing an eye might seem like a critical point of failure, but not for a starfish. This is because starfish have multiple eyes on the tip of each arm. While […]
Bumblebees have large bodies and tiny wings but are much better at flying than you might think. They’re found thriving on mountain ranges far beyond sea level. The challenge with […]
When you’re in a rush, finding a place to park your car can be a relief. But relief can turn to dread when you eyeball the spot and start to […]
What do an elephant and a manatee have in common? It might sound like the start of a good joke, but it is pure biology. The answer is they have […]
The Hippopotamus has four legs for walking on land, yet it is closely related to whales and dolphins. This shows particularly when it comes to sleep: Hippos can do so […]