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    capital cost items for a wave farm include: initial and replacement WEC devices, moorings and foundations, power conditioning equipment at the hub and submarine cables, grid connections, and environmental permits. Additional non-capital costs include annualized operations and maintenance, and personnel costs. A formal request for information (RFI) was sent to OPT. The RFI asked for WEC performance data and cost specifics. They declined to respond to the RFI completely. The wave energy industry considers

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    The main characters in Todd Strasser's "The Wave" deal with issues that are similar to Robert Frost's quote, "I took the road less traveled and that has made all the difference." Frost's quote highlights the significance of personal choices, and "The Wave" explores similar topics by examining issues of individuality, conformity, and power. In "The Wave," the conflict between conformity and originality is explored in vivid detail. Laurie's insight on Mr. Ross's level of control over his students

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    that they can change people's life for good or end it altogether. The Wave, a short novel based on a true story by Morton Rhue, demonstrates the power of words in good and bad ways. The novel is about a teacher who dictates his students into a Nazi-like student group as a lesson for his history class. However, the simple, seemingly harmless experiment soon goes out of hand and no one can stop the students organization, The Wave. An important idea in the text is ‘words can be used for harm or for good

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    buoy would drive the piston to the lowest part of the bore. The distance travelled by the piston (the stroke length) would be dependent on the amplitude of the wave. The Disadvantages and solutions for the Piston-Crank Concept Due to the corrosive nature of sea water, materials with high corrosion-resistant properties needed to be selected. Corrosion and wear are the main problems faced when designing in the in sea water (Wang et al., 2009). The due to the nature of the piston-crank concept, there

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    The Wave Response I think that in the book The Wave by Todd Strasser David realizes what the wave has done to him is change him mentally and physically, and Laurie learns the powers of the wave and what it can do to people. In the book, the wave David is a popular student and is the captain of the football team, but his grades are really bad and the football team he is in is always losing.So he thinks the wave can solve both of these things, but he soon realizes that the wave can’t fix these problems

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    difference, order number, diffraction, resolving power, and laser. There are inphase and outphase. The first section is titled, Interference. Interference takes place between waves that have the same wavelengths. A resultant wave is formed when two waves with the same wavelength interact. The resultant wave is the consequence of the interference between two waves. With constructive interference, component waves combine and form a resultant wave with equal wavelengths, but there is

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    Sometimes the throttle sticks. The hardest part is the smooth acceleration when the waves around you rock the boat. As the waves get bigger, I see my family's fists adjust grips on the railing. White knuckled, and lips pursed, they anticipate each wave. Salty waves break over the side and spray mist. My glasses are speckled with the dried salt from the repeated watery assaults. My sister turns to me, a slanted smile dressing her face. She is trying to impart confidence, but the repeated “fuel flow

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    Jason Fessel Unit 1 Assign 2 Review Questions 2.2 Why can waves with very low frequency follow the earth’s surface? Why are they not used for data transmission in computer networks? Below 2 MHz radio waves more or less follow earth’s surface. One reason is diffraction. An additional factor is electrical power which is induced in the surface by the waves. This slows down the wave front near the surface so that the wave front is brought in a curve and travels along the surface. The reasons why low

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    Act I Scene 1 Homework – Graphing a Wave Name: A vibration is a wiggle in time; a wave is a wiggle in space and time. In this exercise, you will explore that connection by transferring the motion of the second hand of a clock (a vibration, even if a slow one), to a wave. Print out the image of a clock and open the spreadsheet called Grapher. You will find both of them in the same item where you found these instructions. Use a metric ruler to measure the displacement of the tip of the

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    perspective of surfing a wave, since you like surfing so much. When you're surfing a wave there is a line or in other terms a way through the different sections of the breaking wave. Every time you surf a wave you are looking for this way through this wave so you can ride it as long as possible and get as many turns into it as you can. In your life you have found this way that has allowed you to make the most of your opportunities just like how you make as many turns as you can on the wave. You have also surrounded

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