What is the difference between a bow wave and a shock wave?
A bow wave is produced by overlapping circles that form a V, a shock wave is produced by overlapping spheres that form a cone.
How does the speed of a wave source and the speed of waves themselves compare when a bow wave is being produced?
A wave motion gun is a superweapon first used by the Yamato (Argo in starblazers), which could vaporize an entire fleet. It takes the tachyon energy from the Wave Motion Engine and charges it up in the bow of the Yamato. The energy is released instantly when the trigger is pulled by the remote control in the 1st bridge. After the wave motion gun was first used, enemy ships began copying it or making their…
Like the Doppler effect, the source of the waves is moving, this time in the same direction as the wave front and therefore catching up to the waves that were produced earlier, resulting in a bunching up effect of waves in front of the source and a spreading out of wave fronts behind the source. Does this look like a bow to you>
How fast must a bug swim to keep up with the waves it is producing. How fast must a boat move to produce a bow wave?
In most cases, people recognize bow shackles and anchor shackles as same, their names are used interchangeably. However, although the shape of bow shackle and anchor shackle looks similar, they are different type of shackles. Normally, the bowed part of bow shackle is much larger than an anchor shackle. Hopefully, this content could be helpful to you.
String follow, also known as 'set' is a term used by bowyers to describe the amount a bow stays curved after it's unbraced (unstrung). For example you have a straight limbed bow. You brace (string) the bow with a brace height (distance between the arrow rest and where you nock the arrow) of 7". When you unbrace the bow, it maintains some of the curve that it had while braced. The amount it stays curved…
It is derived from Compass orientation with ships and aircraft- 720 Degrees is two complete circles . If this manuever was carried out properly the vessel would have a slight bump[at the end of the second orbit- the bow shock from hitting your own shock wave. Also means in our calendar system-July 20Th. 720 is an obvious code reference to what else? Siamese Twins, two heads are better than one and it would be ideal…
a compound bow is shorter and uses pulleys to let the user holds the arrow back for long times. A Recurve bow is more like a typical longbow, with less power than a compound, and doesn't use the advantage of pulley's. you are constantly holding back whatever poundage the bow has, and poundage cannot be adjusted. poundage for a Recurve is around 40-60, and a compound has around 50-100 draw.