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Laboratory Tank Experiment on Scattering Control of Falling Blocks

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  • 投入式ブロックの散乱制御に関する実験
  • トウニュウシキ ブロック ノ サンラン セイギョ ニ カンスル ジッケン

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Nine artificial sea-mounts have already been constructed in rather shallow waters (i.e. less than 100 m). There is a strong demand for artificial sea-mounts in deeper waters to create a larger fertilized area for fishing. It is essential to construct an artificial sea-mount with the least number of blocks with the least scattering of blocks because the blocks tend to scatter during the drop, particularly with an increase in depth. The more the water depth increases, the more the blocks scatter on the ocean floor. It has been experimentally demonstrated through water tank experiments that scattering can be minimized by connecting four blocks loosely with rope or wire.


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