The Navy Tests Its Ships in This Indoor Ocean And It's Incredible

Written by Ana Krneta
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The paddles can mimic waves that happen close to shore, out in open water, stormy weather, and of course calmer conditions as well.

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The different kind of testing includes energy efficiency testing on new equipment, but also for warfaring equipment to make it the most efficient and strong as possible for any condition.

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Jon Etxegoien, the department head of Naval Architecture and Engineering at MASK, said: ‘Since we have been building ships and boats we have only been starting understanding how they really work in about the last hundred years. We still aren’t there yet, but now we are able to do small scale testing of ships.’ Thanks to the MASK facility, it raises the bar for the quality of ships and boats.

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Jon Etxegoien, the department head of Naval Architecture and Engineering at MASK, said: ‘Since we have been building ships and boats we have only been starting understanding how they really work in about the last hundred years. We still aren’t there yet, but now we are able to do small scale testing of ships.’ Thanks to the MASK facility, it raises the bar for the quality of ships and boats.

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