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When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. Originally Posted by BPL Is there a threshold beyond which batteries won't improve and where is it relative to where we are? We have seen some slow progress with both power to weight and capacity and also the price of solar cells. Do you think automated flying machines, trucks or ships stand a chance against not being hijacked? Originally Posted by hoytedow Ever meet anyone who was beat up because they refused to join a union?
School teachers, cops, firefighters, utility workers, bus drivers and the like don't turn into violent criminals just because they joined a union. I'll grant you there have been abuses, serious abuses, on both sides but lately they seem to be predominantly on one side. Location: Florida Abuses are from every side, just don't get caught in the middle. And before anyone tells me the economy won't get worse, please tell me a reason it will get better.
Submarine Tom Previous Member   You are correct, from our standpoint, it will get worse but really what's happening is it's changing. Location: Pattaya, Thailand I live in Africa, I build boats and sell electrical motors.
Location: La Florida In the old days here the Erie Canal was dug and the boats were moved along by beasts of burden pulling from the shore. Originally Posted by hoytedow In the old days here the Erie Canal was dug and the boats were moved along by beasts of burden pulling from the shore. They should do that any way, no point in hijacking if the cockpit is only accessible from outside. The conventional wisdom is that the dragon boat design necessitates that boat run flat for it to move fastest (unlike, say, a speed boat!). Other coaches think that the boat has a natural tendency to rise a bit more at the bow than at the stern when moving, so these coaches put a little extra weight up front to force the boat to run flat at top speed. If you do 500m in 2 mins, your average speed will slightly exceed hullspeed, generate a big bow wave and the nose will have a tendency to point upwards. Results are not so surprising really because during the pull, the boat will exceed hullspeed and wave resistance will be high which causes it to slow down quickly. The more weight, the deeper the boat sits in the water and the longer the waterline length will be.
Because the hull shape is symmetrical and the bottom curved (stem to stern), moving weight will not change waterline length significantly so has little impact on hull speed. But you spend a significant proportion of the stroke above hull speed, when wave resistance becomes a major factor.


Talks about using a tool to balance a boat that takes into account the distance a paddler is positioned from the centreline (presumably both fore-aft, and left-right).
When preparing such a spreadsheet, don't forget to take into account the differences between boat designs. Maybe people that have access to different boats can publish some dimension data in this forum. BTW, if your reply is simply "Principle of Moments" (or "Moment of Inertia"), I'm skeptical.
First, unlike the seesaw example you use in your link above, there is no fulcrum in the center of a dragon boat. Second, a seesaw is static, not dynamic; that is, a seesaw is not in motion relative to the land below it.
Buk is the only manufacturer that provided this information when asked (others appeared not to know). Regarding 4:41, you are quite correct that static calculations in a spreadsheet or software like dragon analytics don't take into account the dynamic movement of the boat.
This boat also tilts to the right which will be due to slightly different action between left and right.
So the short answer is, balance your boat and understand whether you are nose heavy or not.
The tool produces a balanced boat taking into account weight, preferred side and general area of the boat, but also allows the user to move people around afterwards to take into account all the other variables that need to be considered. January 17 2016, 4:41 AM - You are correct, being in water and moving does "dampen" the "see saw" effect but it is still there. Please review the definition of "fulcrum." You misused the term in every sentence in your previous post. By using so much vertical motion in your crew's stroke, you make the boat bounce and make the boat run less efficiently. When I was kid, there was self-service news stands and people would leave money and take magazines, and same with sodas in refrigerators. And as the world economies get worse and they will, our human nature will shine through with more corruption and abuse. I see a huge potentials on rivers such as the Congo where there are no roads and it is difficult to find petrol. Also controls valves, lights, cameras and any other peripheral, all custom programmable to suit your needs. The cross sectional area that is pushed into the wave affects size of the wave and resistance. There is also a nice graph showing how wave resistance is insignificant below hull speed for canoe shaped hulls of varying lengths.
While a tool that automates crew placement is nice, it is easy to do in a spreadsheet with a few lookup formulas.


Since a dragon boat is supported by water throughout almost its entire length, any "seesaw" effect will be significantly mitigated. The reason for this is that this movement is difficult to predict and also difficult to determine what impact the dynamic movement has on velocity.
As for whether there is a fulcrum near the middle of the boat, observe when a dragon boat turns - the back end swings out as the front end turns in - it pivots around the middle of the boat. The answer is "No" because as 3:55 PM intimated, its difficult to predict the effect of boat balance at speed and considering all the other variables such as body movements, etc. Probably has to do with the very high body position at the catch combined with your crew hinging hard and down.
I began modelling the bow section on its own and I will slowly move aft and decide how many surfaces I may need to model the yacht. When the hull is at a slight upward angle, you are trying to push a larger cross sectional area through the water.
If you imagine the boat being nose up at a big angle, a very large CSA needs to be pushed forward - hence lots of weight resistance. Using a spreadsheet gives you a better feel for the impact on balance of different crew configurations. Our tool is based on Champion Boats but the data is stored in a table which we modify for different boats. Unfortunately I do realize that at this time solar panels and electro motors are not the answer, nevertheless it is interesting to keep on researching on the subject and stay alert for the possibilities that could exists on the years to come. One of the pictures I have attached shows one of the problems I am currently having to fit the surface to the sections, keel and camber. I would and have worked for minimum wage rather than taking a higher paying union job, just so my dollars won't go to the DNC. I have tried lofting the surface and curve network but I still get this inaccuracy in the fitting process, do you recommend any other method, also I am trying to keep things simple using 4 and 5 control points per station since ideally I will want to model the full surface of the hull as one, just as you can do in Maxsurf and here comes my other question, once I have modeled the surface in rhino will be easier to export the hull to maxsurf and work from there to model the hull and get hydrostatics and other related data or shall i continue from rhino with rhinomarine*. So being slightly nose heavy would keep the boat level and should make more efficient use of available power. By the time it's practical to have a battery powered solar recharged craft, one could have super cameras that transmit everything in realtime so any attack is recorded from 100 angles from nearby craft. The greater probability of cargo loss could be offset by the lesser chance of human injury from such attacks.



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