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  • Knicklichtjedi
    Knicklichtjedi Před 2 měsíci +12596

    The most interesting takeaway for me was, that different oceans require different strategies/ships.
    Until now, my perception of boat ranged from small to big, but not in the dimension of place of operation.

    • johnny v
      johnny v Před měsícem

      They say people that can't stop tapping their phones are destined to like this comment.
      Furthermore, I believe that this pool
      ...see more

    • warsurplus
      warsurplus Před měsícem +1

      @r m You're preaching to the choir. I didn't get any more time in the rack as enlisted and in much more austere conditions. I understand the path and responsibility of a CO but living conditions were an order of magnitude above the berthing spaces and conditions the enlisted ranks endured.

    • r m
      r m Před měsícem +1

      @warsurplus CO staterooms are not that big. Mattress is usually a standard twin, or full size. Not plush. And the COs all have to earn their way up to that spot- you don't get to be CO of a billion dollar warship unless you step up through the ranks and make it there. Not easy, most officers never get there, they get out of the service after 5ish years. Those guys deserve a bit of comfort for the 4 or 5 hours of sleep they might be able to get in a day.

    • Outta Control 🌪
      Outta Control 🌪 Před měsícem

      What

  • zombiedeath 23
    zombiedeath 23 Před měsícem +2472

    I actually have a very very very big fear of indoor oceans like this. I went to a coast guard base in North Carolina in 2013 when I was in the Boy Scouts, and inside they had a wave pool, and a replica helicopter for practicing getting out of a submerged helicopter. Anyways, they turned on the pool and it started moving and I just had a secret panic attack and I was terrified. That was the day my fear was born. Watching this video is so freaking terrifying

  • Mike Watson
    Mike Watson Před měsícem +583

    As a long time professional in this field, this is without question one of the best if not the best videos I have ever seen. I know many others in our company are geeking on this right now. Great work!

    • SensualCream
      SensualCream Před měsícem

      Love to see this kind of a passion!

    • Mike Watson
      Mike Watson Před měsícem +1

      @Dylan Elliott Yessir

    • Dylan Elliott
      Dylan Elliott Před měsícem +2

      Surfline?

    • Sam
      Sam Před měsícem +4

      Best way to show how cool your work is hahah

    • bich nguyen
      bich nguyen Před měsícem

      ok

  • James Barnes
    James Barnes Před měsícem +451

    This is so rad!!! I'm a music producer and all these same principles apply to sound waves except sound waves are invisible to the eye. It's easy to hear standing waves in a room. If you play a constant low bass frequency and move around the room you can hear how certain parts of the room have boosted bass while others have nulls. So cool to actually see these principles visually!

    • Daniel Stefureac
      Daniel Stefureac Před 6 dny

      same here, i´m a prod/dj, one of the biggest jumps in my sound quality came from learning and understanding the sound as a block of air moving through the room, into your ears, reflecting and absorbing onto surfaces, and also the bandwidth of sound. A beginner often boosts the eq to make it pop out, but with time you learn to cut, and the more useless frequencies you cut, the cleaner your sound gets. Very few colleagues understand this principle. Also made my sound system in my studio 4 db louder just by placing it in the right corner xD. Might not sound much for the non musicians out there, but 4db is more than double as loud.

    • Chimpanzee enjoyer
      Chimpanzee enjoyer Před 22 dny +1

      Thats so cool, I never knew that. I am an aspiring mechanical engineer so I look foward to learning about this stuff.

    • nonso daniel
      nonso daniel Před 26 dny +1

      Interesting!

    • Billy Blanton
      Billy Blanton Před měsícem +2

      I always heard my friend who produces say the same thing that they are almost identical with a few exceptions. That’s so cool that sound waves and water waves are basically the same thing in different forms

    • Allen storm
      Allen storm Před měsícem +3

      mushrooms help u see sound

  • What am I?
    What am I? Před měsícem +91

    I have a massive fear of the ocean, but I love to learn about it and how waves are formed.

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks Před 2 měsíci +4279

    This is actually an amazing feat of engineering

  • Nicole Eudelle
    Nicole Eudelle Před měsícem +52

    Very educational and informative! Also the calculations that they have to perform is amazing. I could imagine it has to be accurate in order to determine the waves. Engineers are geniuses.

  • Braden Foster
    Braden Foster Před měsícem +66

    This is such a fascinating video. I am a mariner in the Gulf of Mexico and it's true; you can really feel the difference in the waves between a smaller area like the gulf and the wide open Atlantic Ocean.

  • Steve Jones
    Steve Jones Před měsícem +53

    I have lived near this facility since the early 70s and have always wanted to take a tour, but never had an opportunity.. I even knew someone who worked there in the late 70s, but never made it in there. This was the most amazing video I have seen about the facility.. Thank you for this... And let me know when you film a followup... I'll carry your bags just to come along for the ride!! :-)

  • Surfrider CA
    Surfrider CA Před měsícem +43

    As a surfer, I’m semi-obsessed with learning about waves. This may be the best video I’ve ever seen. Well done!

  • sushiburps
    sushiburps Před měsícem +1530

    So cool, love Miguel 's reaction to that model "much bigger than this would terrify me". His ability to scale the pool to the real world is so second nature, what a unique and amazing job.

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    • cheeze lizzard
      cheeze lizzard Před měsícem

      @GetLazy Productions dad?

    • GetLazy Productions
      GetLazy Productions Před měsícem +1

      @cheeze lizzardm😮.

    • cheeze lizzard
      cheeze lizzard Před měsícem

      buddy

  • micah hart
    micah hart Před měsícem +21

    As an Amature Radio Operator this really help me visualize different radio frequencies.. I really liked the part from 5:10 to 6:15 as it really helped me visualize the importance of SWR calibration an how it can affect radio equipment and amplitude across frequencies. Maybe I had to much to drink but I'm sure other operators would understand what I'm saying. Thought this was awesome because on paper you can understand the principle but in water you can see the "Magic".

  • Gregor Morris
    Gregor Morris Před měsícem +16

    We had a very big wave pool at SERE but it was not quite this big. It was just really interesting how rough they could make the water in such a small space without it feeling cramped in any way. We had to get dumped in with our gear and be able to get up and onto a life raft, and then be able to call over radios.

  • Carlos Javier Viñas Velazquez
    Carlos Javier Viñas Velazquez Před měsícem +30

    I really loved this video! I'm an oceanography graduate, and watching this excited me at another level. Thanks for all this wonderful content, Derek 🙌🤝💙

  • Luis Escobar
    Luis Escobar Před měsícem +6

    I worked a summer internship at carderock and I’m hyped to see a video on this awesome machine since we weren’t allowed to take pictures while we were there 😉

  • Duser
    Duser Před 2 měsíci +25864

    I love how even in the highest echelons of the United States scientific community, a foot ball stadium is the go-to metric to communicate area.

    • tweezerjam
      tweezerjam Před 14 dny

      It’s football 😂

    • Uncle Terry
      Uncle Terry Před 22 dny

      @a b yes we are

    • chocomint
      chocomint Před měsícem

      @Chris Greenup football/soccer pitches are 105x68 meters, american football fields are 91x49 meters

    • nightwing jakey
      nightwing jakey Před měsícem

      Murica

    • 123 ABC
      123 ABC Před měsícem

      @Tvoja Starah then why isn’t their flag on the moon?

  • Epic Bucket List
    Epic Bucket List Před měsícem +7

    Great video and learning experience. As an intermedia surfer, this really helps me understand how waves are born. Thank you, and keep up the excellent work.

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  • gaganath thuyacontha
    gaganath thuyacontha Před měsícem +50

    Went here on a field trip in middle school! They also mentioned that they’ve tested airplane wings with this system because air is a fluid that actually behaves much like water.

    • Jasmine Po
      Jasmine Po Před 5 dny

      Field trip how theybe had it closed off

    • Dark Jedi Princess
      Dark Jedi Princess Před měsícem +5

      @Jonas H. Uh, yes it is. I think the term you’re actually looking for there is “liquid,” not “fluid”. But even so, the fact that air is a different phase of matter from water is irrelevant. Water and air are both fluids, so fluid dynamics apply to both ships and aircraft.

    • ksio89
      ksio89 Před měsícem +8

      @Jonas H. Gases, vapours and liquids are fluids.

    • r m
      r m Před měsícem +10

      @Jonas H. yes air is a fluid. All gases and liquids are fluids.

    • Jonas H.
      Jonas H. Před měsícem

      jo air aint a fluid

  • Nicholas Perry
    Nicholas Perry Před měsícem +11

    Fascinating video. Thank You for working with Miguel to explain 'rogue waves' so clearly. Others could learn from that. The sound analogy is also very interesting. Great work and beautifully presented.👍

  • Crews Giles
    Crews Giles Před měsícem +8

    Fantastic video. Started bodysurfing (thanks Dad!) when I was about ten. I still don't know what it is that I learned to feel and see to know when the "right" wave is approaching, and how I know where to position myself to enter it. Feels like an art. But, those guys probably have developed a simple three-step brochure.

  • dedknedy
    dedknedy Před měsícem +3

    This is also an excellent educational video to visualize how audio waves work as well.

  • Celia YAHCCS
    Celia YAHCCS Před měsícem +2

    Well those swell waves are a useful early warning that a storm is coming, I was thinking that early on in the video before you mentioned swell. The different oceans having different wave characteristics is interesting. It might give lost sailors a clue about where they are!
    It would have been good to have more explanation of buoyancy and how the mass or density of the ship's materials makes it float and have a certain percentage of it above or below the water level.

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  • Jake Gilbert
    Jake Gilbert Před měsícem +3

    Great, awesome video! Love the math you shared and why! Just very thorough and is a saved video to be shared. So, thank you for sharing!

  • Turtletrax Gaming
    Turtletrax Gaming Před měsícem +5

    Gavin and Dan from The Slow Mo Guys went to one of these in Scotland but it's a smaller circular design. It was able to make a 90ft vertical wave and was VERY cool to see.

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  • Veneltu
    Veneltu Před měsícem +2

    It's insane that they made an indoor ocean. That's really cool.

  • Bobby M
    Bobby M Před měsícem +3

    This is right near my house! I was driving past it to a hiking spot and saw this incredibly huge, long building surrounded by government fences and wondered what in the heck it was.

    • Bobby M
      Bobby M Před měsícem +1

      @Dark Jedi Princess haha hello! I know Bethesda and Great Falls well. I was headed to Billy Goat to hike. You pass right by it on the way from 495.

    • Dark Jedi Princess
      Dark Jedi Princess Před měsícem +1

      Oh hi, neighbour! I live right by it too! I drive past it whenever I head to Potomac village or downtown Bethesda; known for awhile it was a Navy research facility, though.
      (Were you headed to Great Falls when you drove by it, or somewhere else? Just curious.)

    • YaConnoR
      YaConnoR Před měsícem +1

      damn

  • Alexandre Cheval
    Alexandre Cheval Před měsícem

    Hi, my first question after this video is why the water currents (natural convection that happens because of temperature gradients under water) are not taken into account in the formation of waves ? it would seem obvious that they are, but maybe their impact is far smaller than the wind ?
    If anyone has an answer... Thanks :)

  • Megan W
    Megan W Před měsícem +1

    I loved seeing the mathematical equation for slowing down the video replay speed of the recordings. That was awesome to make it look so much more realistic

  • Mattbot
    Mattbot Před 2 měsíci +605

    Your videos never feel like they’re 20 minutes long! There’s always so much research into topics that we would’ve never known if not for your videos. Love the content.

    • Ynemey
      Ynemey Před měsícem

      @Jacob Shirley The videos he made in which I know he did this are: "infinite rooms", "The riddle" and his advertisement for self-driving cars. I'm sure there are others.

    • Jacob Shirley
      Jacob Shirley Před měsícem

      @Ynemey Thanks.

    • Ynemey
      Ynemey Před měsícem +1

      @Jacob Shirley Don't know. Didn't watch it.

    • Jacob Shirley
      Jacob Shirley Před měsícem

      @Ynemey What were the lies and manipulations within this video, out of curiosity?

    • Ynemey
      Ynemey Před měsícem

      Sure if you love being lied to and manipulated every video.

  • Michael Miller
    Michael Miller Před měsícem +2

    I love how the navy does all this research and development on the ships and about how different waters will affect them and then designs a ship for the arctic and runs them in the arabian gulf. (Nimitz class Aircraft carriers)

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  • Robert Conklin
    Robert Conklin Před měsícem +1

    That was fantastically fascinating!

  • Edward P
    Edward P Před měsícem +1

    This was way more interesting than I expected. Also I loved that walking away from a concert you only hear the bass analogy you made!

  • Dawnry D
    Dawnry D Před měsícem +1

    I have a question (i know it's not related to this video): I'm really curious about our moon and its relationship to our Earth's ocean tides. Does the moon loses its energy everytime it drags our ocean around the world?

  • Mughil Muthupari
    Mughil Muthupari Před 2 měsíci +392

    I remember visiting here when I was in high school engineering class. We were testing some mini underwater devices with servos for an assignment. I was blown away by how large the pool was. Very cool to see this place featured in your video!

    • Kevin McLaughlin
      Kevin McLaughlin Před měsícem +1

      @Tom Hundt My high school's engineering classes did stuff like this, and I only graduated last year.

    • Dohk
      Dohk Před měsícem +1

      @Tom Hundt It hasn't at all. Schools still offer engineering classes if their district can afford it or if they have......students with potential.

    • Truth Does Not Exist
      Truth Does Not Exist Před měsícem

      lucky

    • Muhammad Jalal
      Muhammad Jalal Před měsícem

      Yo

    • SlimShady
      SlimShady Před měsícem

      @CoffeeHolic take your meds, please

  • Advesh Darvekar
    Advesh Darvekar Před měsícem +2

    I never really understood how waves form due to wind . This was really interesting!

  • PFBzzz
    PFBzzz Před měsícem +1

    Very cool.... Haven't really thought this through much, but can water viscosity remain constant with the scaling and still achieve accurate results? If not, how is this corrected?

    • W V
      W V Před měsícem

      Salt water has a higher density so it is more buoyant, you can change the load weight and hull displacement to compensate for that and achieve a good simulation.

  • TinNick
    TinNick Před měsícem +1

    I love how even in the highest echelons of the United States scientific community, a foot ball stadium is the go-to metric to communicate area.

  • zack phy
    zack phy Před měsícem

    Kelly Slater's wave pool is actually much larger than this, it's 700 meters(2296 feet) long, and 150 meters(492 feet) wide. Though it's only 9 feet deep. So even taking into account the extra depth of this one Kelly's is still much much larger than this and is used for surfing.

  • Kedo
    Kedo Před 2 měsíci +288

    I’ve seen computer simulations of waves and how they interact, but it’s SO awesome and WAY more impressive and intriguing to see it in the real physical world.

  • mos ab
    mos ab Před měsícem

    I would totally watch a documentary about how they used to manage rough seas on those old wooden sailing ships.

  • Superb Media Content Creator

    Great video and immensely instructive to a Captain. Now I will at least know the terms and what I am facing when near coastal situations. As to the Navy it would seem that the hulls are great it's the mechanicals there that are failing.

  • Matt Davies Stockton
    Matt Davies Stockton Před měsícem

    This is some amazing technology!

  • Pigeon Man
    Pigeon Man Před měsícem

    Ok so I'm a ham radio guy. I find it interesting that the low frequency waves dissipate quickly and the low frequency go long distances. This phenomenon is the same for radio waves, where VHF/UHF are line of sight and HF reflect and will travel around the world.

  • Victor Romero
    Victor Romero Před měsícem

    i love learning in your channel and what a sick animation 2d waves and points dragging amazing animator u have! i would love to know how it was done my mind is blow up

  • oh itsthatguy
    oh itsthatguy Před měsícem +1

    0:49 the largest freestanding dome in the world is tropical Island in germany with 360 x 210m (1181 x 688ft) and a height of 107m. It used to be a Zeppelin Hangar ✈️

  • Balázs
    Balázs Před měsícem +1

    This just proves how little we know about everything, unless we are formally explaned that or taught. Different oceans need different ships?? What!? I love how complex the world is. It’s fun.

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  • Nomadic Agent
    Nomadic Agent Před měsícem +1

    This video bring to my memories of Wet N' Wild (It's no longer exist, tho') in Florida. We had a huge pool that generates wave, but I don't recalled it's from the wall... I believe it was from the below floor that generates wave?
    It was fun and feel much more safe than the beach's waves.

  • d j
    d j Před 2 měsíci +154

    Anyone who has surfed for any significant time probably has an understanding of this without, perhaps, realizing the science behind it. Thanks Derek!

    • Dr Gamma D
      Dr Gamma D Před měsícem

      @Kael Thunderhoof 310 or 818

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      Kael Thunderhoof Před měsícem +1

      @Dr Gamma D it's either Dude or Duuuuuude

    • SurfingBilly96
      SurfingBilly96 Před 2 měsíci +2

      I know i definitely have a very detailed understanding of waves when they start hitting the bottom, lots of very specific knowledge that is not usually covered in science classes. Especially with how small environmental changes can drastically change the final outcome of the wave.

    • Timothy B
      Timothy B Před 2 měsíci +2

      @Dr Gamma D this would make an awesome wave pool for surfing😊

    • iabervon
      iabervon Před 2 měsíci +1

      I would guess that surfers have a better understanding of when the wave base interacts with the bottom, and less understanding of the dynamics where this isn't going on. I was wondering at the beginning if they'd be able to control the depth, but they probably just plan to avoid areas where it matters when the weather is bad.

  • Ragnr
    Ragnr Před měsícem

    millions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of man hours into designing and creating this thing.... and you throw a rubber ducky in it... What an absolute legend.

  • 🤍avery🤍
    🤍avery🤍 Před měsícem +4

    technology these days is crazy!
    my dad was in the Navy a while back - so this is especially special for me too.
    cheers to everyone who trained in that pool!!

  • Labyrinth6000
    Labyrinth6000 Před měsícem +1

    Action Park used to have an attraction called the Wave pool where hundreds of people would swim in something just like this, but several people drowned because the “Grave Pool” as they call it was the most dangerous attraction.

    • Sparks
      Sparks Před měsícem +2

      Wave pools are a pretty common thing in water parks it's not just action park that had one

  • Caye Zara
    Caye Zara Před měsícem +1

    This is a fascinating topic. Love it!

  • Felicity Chevalier
    Felicity Chevalier Před měsícem +232

    We had a very big wave pool at SERE but it was not quite this big. It was just really interesting how rough they could make the water in such a small space without it feeling cramped in any way. We had to get dumped in with our gear and be able to get up and onto a life raft, and then be able to call over radios.
    Needless to say trying to sit under a tarp on rough waters in a fake storm and also hear anything is difficult

    • RoyalKINGz
      RoyalKINGz Před měsícem +2

      You can get into the general details about SERE without giving too many actual details of specifics. Like I can tell you about some stuff about the M1 Abrams tank but I can't give you the exact schematics and the nuances to it that isn't public knowledge

    • Bthsr71
      Bthsr71 Před měsícem

      @Jacob R I would have assumed so.

    • Jacob R
      Jacob R Před měsícem +1

      SERE? Are you allowed to all about that lol isn’t there a nondisclosure agreement

  • Videounikum
    Videounikum Před měsícem +1

    Hi Derek :) At 14:00 Minutes, does the salination of the water may also have impact on/to the Waves? Thanks for all your beautiful work, time & love you spend!

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      Videounikum Před měsícem

      i think this answer i'snt from Derek? fraud?? But anyway i dont use telegram..

  • Ryan Stanley
    Ryan Stanley Před měsícem +1

    I love his reaction with the concert analogy, you can tell he is going to use that in the future. 😄

  • B Paea
    B Paea Před měsícem +1

    You can see how much he loves his job and how proud he is of it. I love that he decided to wear a shirt with waves on it. So cute !!

  • Sheila Thomas
    Sheila Thomas Před měsícem +2

    This was absolutely fascinating

  • KjThetruth17
    KjThetruth17 Před měsícem

    This is amazing. I wouldn't swim in it tho looks crazy

  • Anastasia
    Anastasia Před měsícem +1

    Thank you! I've been wondering for YEARS what went on in there!!!

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  • PyroMotteFullHD
    PyroMotteFullHD Před 7 dny

    This is incredible. Best regards from Germany 🙂

  • Burn Stick
    Burn Stick Před měsícem

    During WW2 a typhoon hit the allied fleet in the pacific. The US ships had a pretty decent list of damages and lost many of the aircraft which were parked on the deck of their aircraft carriers. After having received the full list of damages a US admiral radioed the british for their damage report from the storm. The british, who build their ships for rougher conditions (north sea) simply answered with "what storm?"

  • BlueTurtle
    BlueTurtle Před měsícem

    Do they scale the water density aswell as the surface tension?

  • Alex The fox
    Alex The fox Před měsícem

    My dad used to be in the navy but I never knew the navy had that

  • 3nz
    3nz Před měsícem +1

    4:45 I have always thought about the concept of superposition but on gravity waves. Is that achievable?

  • Cameron Tyler
    Cameron Tyler Před měsícem

    Overseeing it's potential energy to prove it's place to begin a visual of creative choice it's something of a study and impressive to view, I like how there is a simulated blueprint which would trace back to it's diamond backgrounds.

  • Eric
    Eric Před měsícem

    im really surprised they dont use this facility for Navy diver or SEAL training, or any other training where an oceanic environment is desired.

  • Jake Gilbert
    Jake Gilbert Před měsícem

    And what a dream job for engineers, fluid dynamics, and, honestly, any one who likes science that is fun, yet extraordinarily important

  • Ethan Tune
    Ethan Tune Před měsícem

    Anyone else up at 2am rn fascinated by the different frequencies the US military are able to artificially recreate waves at

  • Zhu Bajie
    Zhu Bajie Před měsícem

    Excellent! Now do one on Froude Number and biomechanics regarding the work of Robert McNeill Alexander who died in 2016.

  • Chase
    Chase Před 2 měsíci +22

    I did five years in the Marine Corps and was deployed on a ship in 2019 for 7 months. We crossed the Atlantic from Virginia to Gibraltar and then across the Mediterranean down through the Suez Canal. Nothing like 7 months on a giant ship to give you an appreciation for the force of nature that the ocean truly is. Never seen waves that big in my life and probably never will again. Now I have an appreciation for the engineers who kept us afloat 🫡

  • Kathryn Davenport
    Kathryn Davenport Před měsícem

    I would think this wave pool could be helpful in training Coast Guard Swimmers to train for rescues but they said they don’t let people swim in it. I wonder why they don’t allow it for a multipurpose use?

  • Andrew M
    Andrew M Před měsícem

    The animations were amazing!

  • Coochie Assassin
    Coochie Assassin Před měsícem +1

    This was way more interesting than I thought it was going to be

  • JESSICA RENEE JACKSON
    JESSICA RENEE JACKSON Před měsícem

    Wow that’s wicked insane ❤

  • Chardonnay Sundae
    Chardonnay Sundae Před měsícem

    I used to have nightmares about multiple indoor pools in one building like this.

  • Mx. K
    Mx. K Před měsícem

    Nowhere NEAR as amazing- but for anyone looking to try anything similar? Oregon's North Clackamas Wave Pool - not half bad if ever in the area and looking for some fun +wave simulated pool action
    Wishing everyone out there calm waters otherwise and a pleasant continuing day/night!

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  • apparition13
    apparition13 Před měsícem

    I don't know if anyone else noticed, but the naval ship (791) in most of the video is one of five Singapore built Endurance class LPDs. This one is HTMS Angthong (LPD-791) of the Thai navy, the other four are Singaporean.

  • Ranter06
    Ranter06 Před měsícem +414

    This is fascinating stuff to a guy who spent 20 years sailing in the Navy from the North Atlantic to the Arabian Gulf. I actually had a shore tour with the David Taylor Research Center working with surface effect ships at their Patuxent River facility. Amongst the cool stuff we did there we did get to tour the Carderock facility and see the tow basin where they can pull model hulls over a one mile long pool that, IIRC, follows the curvature of the earth. Neat place doing useful research for us squids. Thanks for that.

    • Ziba Zamani
      Ziba Zamani Před měsícem +2

      It's Persian Gulf not Arabian Gulf

    • Mehregan Karbasi
      Mehregan Karbasi Před měsícem

      @Ranter06 i suggest you look into the history of bahrain itself. not that borders or names matter. but apparently it matters too much to some.

    • kcricket39
      kcricket39 Před měsícem

      The Navy still has paints that we call DTRC because they were formulated there. Now that the official name is NSWC Carderock, the tow tank is the David Taylor Model Basin. It really is a cool place to work.

    • Eunoia
      Eunoia Před měsícem +4

      @Ranter06 Just because some use the name doesn't make it right. Any ancient map will tell you what's right

    • Ranter06
      Ranter06 Před měsícem +1

      @Eunoia Spent 3 years running minesweepers out of Bahrain. Locals called it the Arabian Gulf. So did the folks in Qatar.

  • Challenge the Wild
    Challenge the Wild Před měsícem +1

    I would pay *ANYTHING* to swim in there!

  • That New Car Smell
    That New Car Smell Před měsícem +1

    So simple, yet completely complex.

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  • Fang Jiunn Ewe
    Fang Jiunn Ewe Před měsícem

    Yes but how do they eat up the waves on the other side so that the reflections don't mess up the waves?

  • Louis Osmany
    Louis Osmany Před měsícem

    studying the motion of fluid is a great way of understanding space time and quantum physics!

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  • Kyle Pappas
    Kyle Pappas Před měsícem +75

    Very cool video! Nice to see ocean engineering getting more representation. I've been to a couple different wave basin facilities similar to this one (testing wave energy converts) I think one topic that could have been discussed here is the Dispersion Relation, which mathematically identifies the changes in wave speed with frequency, although it is usually only used with linear wave theory. Another topic could have been the Stokes Drift, essentially the net particle transport moving with the waves, and the reason your rubber duck took so long to get to the breaking wave.

    • Kyle Pappas
      Kyle Pappas Před měsícem

      @Greg Dame yeah essentially it's the net horizontal velocity of a surface water particle due to wave action. According to linear wave theory, this net transport should be zero. The particle should make a full circular rotation. Stokes theory accounts for nonlinearities that allow this net horizontal motion. There is a wiki page on stokes drift if you care for more info!

    • ChadAF
      ChadAF Před měsícem +1

      Can you briefly explain stokes drift?

    • RoyalCrown
      RoyalCrown Před měsícem +2

      Wow a very intelligent person, so many words I can't understand

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  • Ange System
    Ange System Před měsícem +1

    "It doesn't look like a swimming pool"
    I want to swim in it

  • Phi Wi
    Phi Wi Před měsícem +2

    i am just curious, what is meant by free standing dome? Because i think 'tropical island' is way bigger than that by 1181 x 689 feet and it's also free standing.

    • sedwarg
      sedwarg Před měsícem +1

      Facts weren't involved in this video.

  • Gaston Luna
    Gaston Luna Před měsícem

    For a guy like me that jetski's every weekend, this looks like heaven to me

  • Harry Schaefer
    Harry Schaefer Před měsícem

    Do they ever use fans to generate whitecaps? Growing up at Greenwood Lake NY, I always looked for whitecaps which meant good sailing on my Sunfish.

  • Alex Wilson
    Alex Wilson Před 2 měsíci +80

    Genuinely outstanding content. I appreciate your channel greatly. It's so well produced, truly interesting topics, and conveyed in a non-brow beating way. It's one of the first channels I think of when I think about CHclip.

  • Ryan Williams
    Ryan Williams Před měsícem

    Could this research help predict rogue waves and help mariners avoid areas with dangerous wave activity?

  • ZeroCool
    ZeroCool Před měsícem

    There is one at N.A.S. Pensacola. However, it's not used for testing ships but for training special forces and search and rescue.

  • Sarah Watts
    Sarah Watts Před měsícem

    How common are some of these wave shapes? The quilt pattern, the from-all-sides cone? beyond this, how do you keep a pool like this clean?

  • SINAR JAYA TRAVEL
    SINAR JAYA TRAVEL Před měsícem

    Smart conversation this amazing presentation a engineering a lot knowledge
    Thank you for great sharing
    Full watched here friend

  • Julian
    Julian Před měsícem +25

    Fascinating stuff. Would have appreciated if you had touched on Navier-Stokes and why we still need to build testing facilities as opposed to full simulations. How far do you get with numerical simulations alone? How is it integrated with real-world testing? What's the percentage of simulations vs. testing in modern ship design?

  • TheyCalledMeT
    TheyCalledMeT Před měsícem +1

    is the wear and tear between a tiny model and a huge ship really compareable?
    especially the immense forces working on the ships when being hit by a huge wave or being carried at one wave peak in the middle or 2 peaks on the ends of the ship?

    • JHaz
      JHaz Před 17 dny

      I'm sure they've analyzed that

  • PokeballDude
    PokeballDude Před měsícem +21

    This is amazing. I never imagined that a wave pool could be so big!

  • Emily Rose Lacy-Nichols
    Emily Rose Lacy-Nichols Před měsícem

    "Stop trying to make fetch happen. It's not going to happen!"
    Also, those straight waves are super cursed 😂

  • H P W
    H P W Před měsícem

    Hebat sekali lab yang besar
    Mungkin ini bukan lab.. tapi mini trial di alam

  • A C
    A C Před 2 měsíci +690

    I am mainly impressed that all of the wave makers are so snug together that there is zero leaking behind them, despite all that water pressure, and yet they can still move.

    • Carlos Arias
      Carlos Arias Před měsícem

      @Jose Rodriguez yep there is a rubber seal in between them.

    • Ulisses
      Ulisses Před měsícem

      @Vigilant Cosmic Penguin At its best.

    • Vigilant Cosmic Penguin
      Vigilant Cosmic Penguin Před měsícem

      That alone must have taken some clever engineering.

    • Ulisses
      Ulisses Před měsícem

      @AhrimanIt's visible at 1:53.

    • Ulisses
      Ulisses Před měsícem

      @Jose Rodriguez This. It's clearly visible at 1:53.

  • Lajja Gupta
    Lajja Gupta Před měsícem

    It is truly very interesting and amazing

  • legu era
    legu era Před měsícem

    He basically summarized a whole college physics semester in one video 😂, why am I even pay for classes…🥲