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When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. 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. The post Forsyth Tech Holds Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta, Friday, April 22, 8 AM appeared first on Forsyth Tech. The post Forsyth Tech Hosts Cybersecurity Symposium Featuring National, State Experts, Friday, April 22 appeared first on Forsyth Tech. The post Forsyth Tech And Mercurygate International Host College’S First-Ever Logistics Roundtable For Students appeared first on Forsyth Tech.
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Initiated in the United Kingdom in the later part of the 18th century, spread throughout Europe and the United States in the following era, and finally dispersed to Asia and Africa during the 20th century, the Industrial Revolution left numerous industrial heritage sites around the world. The mAAN conference of 2011, to be held in Seoul, aims to shed light on the various conditions which industrial heritage sites now face.
In recent years we witnessed various efforts to preserve and revitalize these industrial heritages, and some of them led to meaningful achievements.
In many cases industrial facilities abandoned in industrialized nations are reemployed as core industrial facilities in developing countries. With industrial heritage as the main subject, the 2011 mAAN Seoul Conference will focus on the distinct contexts and conditions of Asian countries’ various industrial sites.
Twenty five years after the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, almost all related issues, from its causes to its fallout and legacy remain contentious. The Workshop will be spread over ten days and is structured along the lines of past workshops by m-AAN, in Shanghai 2004 and in Padang, Indonesia 2009. Bhopal 2011 is an initiative by School of Planning and Architecture New Delhi (India), mAAN (modern Asian Architecture Network), and The International Committee for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage (India).

The results of this workshop will be documented and published in an effort to create a regional think-tank resource of such community-based initiatives related to the built environment.
We kick off mAAN*Y Singapore 2010 with the launch of international ideas competition focusing on implementable community engagement. The competition runs from 8th March 2010 to 31 May 2010 and is open to participants, from any country or territory. NEWS: Due to overwhelming responses and technical issues in registration, the competitions committee has decided to extend the registration deadline to 22 May and the submission deadline to 7 Jun.
Conference group photo, taken on 25th Feb 2009, at the Alliance Francaise, New Delhi, India.
The fascinating aspect of the modern city and its tenuous existence within the contemporary metropolis is that it not only represents the spatial imagination and technology of the recent past, but is also a receptacle for polarities of privacy and publicity, of native and foreign, of order and chaos and status and hierarchy, that are now being replaced by the simulacra of post-industrial society. Abstracts should be 500 words, with the name of the principal and subsidiary authors clearly indicated. Abstracts should be E-mailed to the mAAN7 Secretariat ((JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) latest by 8th December 2008. A large number of Asian cities carry evidences of continuous historical evolution, from ancient civilizations to the contemporary urban agglomeration. The session will combine presentations that explore the urban knowledge embedded in modern heritage, and the process by which the conservation and revitalization process can be a enlightening process, informing and assuring the present-day society of its past, uncovering a knowledge that is too valuable to be lost. The modern architectural precinct presents a peculiar set of problems for the heritage conservationist and the city administrator. A significant aspect of the revitalization of modern heritage is the growing need for local participation and collaboration amongst the public and various stakeholders, as well as the active involvement of the government.
It is a widely perceived that the process and final outcomes of the revitalization of modern heritage requires the professionals and other stakeholders to have particular skills; intellectual, social and communicational. Papers would typically address the challenges of education and training for the field of modern heritage revitalization, either discussing and comparing different pedagogical and professional approaches, or sharing case studies that illustrate emerging dimensions of the phenomenon. 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.
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Formed under different historical, social, and economic situations, industrial facilities are often marked with distinct traits from country to country, and, subsequently, the issue of industrial heritage can only be approached from different social contexts in cases of, for example, a post-industrial European nation and an emerging country undergoing a rapid process of industrialization. Along with architecture of power, religious buildings, and residential architecture, industrial buildings constitute an important part of our architectural past, but neither their value as a cultural heritage, nor their appropriate position in the historiography of architecture, have been fully illuminated.
However, there can be no universal solution to this issue, since industrial remnants of each country are under different political, economic, and practical conditions. It will also search for what unites them beyond individual differences, to outline an Asian value of industrial heritage, which can in turn guide us in seeking appropriate ways to preserve and use them.
The abandoned Union Carbide factory in Bhopal is a repository of history and stories that need to be told. The site of the tragedy itself, the former Union Carbide factory is still standing but the structure is fast disintegrating; faced with neglect and imminent destruction. The Symposium is spread over three days, it looks at the Bhopal Gas Tragedy and its impact from multi-disciplinary perspectives.
These are designers who are actively impacting communities and environments positively via their design endeavors. Please send in your recommendations by 31 May 2010 to (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). We are looking for ideas that are practical enough to be developed into a real project that can be executed over the next year. To be judged by internationally recognized theoreticians and practitioners from across the world familiar with community-based built projects such as Sou Fujimoto, George Kunihiro and Edward Ng, the competition hopes to create new conversations that will contribute meaningfully to the dialogue about the Asian City and its future. Authors of the short-listed abstracts shall be required to submit their complete papers latest by 2nd January 2009.
The mAAN-7 conference will be located at the famous India International Centre and in close proximity to the early-20th century heart of New Delhi, one of the most endangered urban heritages of the modern world.

Space is no longer a binding or a divisive force; it is instead a common ground where the common interest of consumerism can be played out. Each of these cities, from Istanbul and Cairo to Delhi to Beijing and Tokyo, has an ever-changing urban matrix in which the historical cores and precincts are inextricably embedded.
Unlike ancient heritage, which has a morphological character and scale that is radically different from the plan and intent of the contemporary metropolis, the modern precinct represents a stage in the evolution of the metropolis itself. We invite a discussion of examples from Asian and non-Asian countries, where the existence of built heritage from the 19th and 20th centuries has attracted the attention of planners, administrators and conserving communities. Papers could explore a variety of approaches to encourage participation, analyze existing models of the conservation process, and document examples of successful community-based revitalization.
Further, these skills are different for different Asian societies, depending on the relationships between practitioners and government, and between society and professionals. Papers could also discuss the variety of techniques now available for the task of revitalization, and the ways in which knowledge-processing, mapping and similar technologies are able to assist the field of heritage conservation. 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.
Especially in Asia, where industrial sites were long neglected since the changes in industrial structure, it is only recent that their economic and cultural significance is recognized.
Because the process of industrialization followed a different path in a different time and place, the European experience in dealing with modern cultural and industrial heritage cannot be directly applied to Asian countries. Issues related to the social, urban and ecological consequences of the Tragedy and the nature of its legacy will be discussed.
This workshop is opened to recommended students (at least completed 3 years of Architecture studies), graduates and interested young working professionals from the international architecture and urban planning community.
We hope to encourage and empower architectural professionals and students all around the world and especially in Asia to make a difference in their communities. Landscape is no longer a binding of spatial relationships; it is now the ornament worn by the enclaves of wealth.
To know the contemporary Asian city is to appreciate the accretive character of urban growth as well as the durability of the city itself, which seems to have the capacity to absorb endlessly. Preserving and revitalizing the modern precinct is thus a task that requires the administrator to be also a historian, and the developer to be also a curator.
Modern heritage precincts, many of them residential or mixed-use planned neighborhoods, are sites of conflict and potential resolution, thus becoming the locations for cooperative rebuilding of the city. Click image to get bigger picture, and if you find Boat Design Net interesting, you might pin it to Pinterest. 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. It will focus on the possible transformation of the site into a place of remembrance and a resource for empowering the local community. Over the course of two weeks in early 2011 students and experts from multiple disciplines and backgrounds will converge in Bhopal. The key to creating these new visions for the cities is to think out of the box by working collaboratively with people from other disciplines and to intentionally engage the community in the process. What binds the whole is infrastructure, the single parameter for judging whether the modern should be relegated to the urban trash heap or allowed to exist as a symbol of luxury or economy. Drafting a set of regulations for a modern precinct is like creating a code for preserving a specific practice of urban living, not merely the edifice that represents a distant past. 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.
They will work together with local citizens in an attempt to understand the tragedy and its site in its conflicting interpretations. Through exploring the possible transformation of the site into a place of remembrance and a resource for empowering the local community the participants will also address the broader issue of how heritage sites with a troubled legacy can contribute to a better understanding of our times.
It is as if each building knows something, is a teller of history, and could either be welcomed or be treated as a threat, telling stories that contemporary society does not want to hear.

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