iMarine Impact Laboratory: Creating a new laboratory to analyze water surface impact via the World Wide Web. Tadd Truscott MIT Ocean Engineering January 24, 2004. An apparatus for water surface impact experimentation developed as part of the iMarine WebLab project. Introduction. Design.
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MIT Ocean Engineering
January 24, 2004
An apparatus for water surface impact experimentation developed as part of the iMarine WebLab project.
Observation and description of phenomenon.
Formulation of a hypothesis to explain phenomenon (i.e. Mathematical model).
Prediction based on Hypothesis.
Performance of an experiment to test prediction and hypothesis.
Lecture or reading to learn principle.
Application of principle to students interests (i.e. Homework or research).
Prediction based on principle in research or homework.
Performance of an experiment to test understanding (real world observation and experimentation solidifies understanding best).Critical thought process: deriving empirical conclusions and reiterating on the process to further scientific knowledge.
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Impact Lab CPU
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