"Million Tons Fresh Water Transporter with a Side of Calculus"

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
1:30 PM
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Educational
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Dr. Stacy Palen
Department
Departments of Math & Physics
Link
http://calendar.weber.edu/MasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?EventDetailId=67178

Math and Physics Seminar presented by Engineer Silviu Dorian Chelaru and Professor Mihail Cocos.

Abstract:  Using mathematical supported engineering we are thrilled to propose an economical marine transportation system using million-tons submersible Transoceanic Freshwater Transporters.  Ocean-immersed thin-shelled uniformly ballasted cylinders, can deliver fresh water from Alaska to California, from Indus river to The United Arab Emirates, and yes, even from the Amazon to the Sahara desert.  The mathematical part of the presentation is accessible to students with Calculus III background.

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