wave shaper

wave shaper

[′wāv ‚shāp·ər]
(engineering)
Of explosives, an insert or core of inert material or of explosives having different detonation rates, used for changing the shape of the detonation wave.
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Boise a vibrant surf community includes a surf shop and surfboard shapers, some 500 miles from any ocean, and the reason is twofold: the Boise River flows all year long, and the innovative park features two patented Wave Shapers, which can be adjusted in real time to create standing waves all year round at any river flow, and for surfers of all skill levels.