Almost everyone has to do by marching in the sea among things he does when he goes to the seaside.
I’ve been able to do a maximum of two in my life, but there are a lot of people who can bounce the stone over and over again. Scientists did more than bounce stones.
Researchers from State University came together under the leadership of Mechanical Engineering Professor add Truscott to discover a new way to tab the water.
The study not only explored how elastic bodies acted on the water surface, but also paved the way for future drone work on water.
The team shot images of elastomeric spheres floating in the water using high speed shooting cameras.
Walking in the water is the result of the object accelerating enough after the first few tabs.
An example is the rapid progress of the soccer ball on the surface of the water after bouncing twice on the wet surface.
As the football ball is not shaped like bread in the Tsubasa cartoons, this effect is limited there, but it is more obvious in elastic structures.
In this movement, the elastic sphere is almost parallel to the water surface.
The flattening object continues to rotate and when one of its points touches the water, another point passes from the short side to the top.
The researchers discovered that there were two kinds of walking movements.
In the first of these, the object is ticking once in each round and in the other the number of these tabs is doubled.
Truscott believes that this study will have important consequences for water collision physics.
This branch of physics is particularly important for naval operations, marine life studies and marine engineering.