Magnus effect and ships

Magnus effect and ships - novations to make cargo ships...

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hips using the Magnus Effect Ships using the Magnus Effect Buckau is a Fletter Rotor Ship (1920) German engineer Anton Flettner was the first to build a ship that took advantage of the Magnus effect. (2008) Cargo ship E Ship 1is used for delivering wind turbines. The ship is owned by Enercon, The E Ship 1 is remarkable in many aspects and represents a full scale demonstration of numerous
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Unformatted text preview: novations to make cargo ships more energy efficient The most visible characteristic of the ship innovations to make cargo ships more energy efficient. The most visible characteristic of the ship are four 27m tall cylinders, which are rotating at variable speed to create lift on the cylinder body, supporting the ship like sails....
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