Wave-Making Machine | Article about Wave-Making Machine by The Free Dictionary
a device for creating waves in a model basin when testing models of ships. Wave-making machines make it possible to create series of waves of given length and pitch, moving in the direction of the model’s motion or at various angles to it. They can also imitate irregular turbulence.
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The world's first offshore wind farm, a line of onshore windmills and Europe's largest wave-making machine
are also in Blyth.
The wave-making machine
has had to be reinforced with steel after a handle was wrenched off by an overzealous operator.
Chief among them is a pool in the stern of the ship that features a wave-making machine
so passengers can swim against the current.
For there's a WAVE-MAKING MACHINE
in the palm-fringed swimming pool at Di and Fergie's borrowed pounds 2 million retreat.
Mandalay Bay: The theme will be Polynesian, accented by an 11-acre water park that will include a sandy beach and a wave-making machine
that figures to attract bodysurfers.