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Ability to accurately calculate the stresses on a sphere as compared to non spherical shapes. Strongest design for pressure vessels.
Ships, boats etc.
Archimedes principal explains buoyancy. The principle makes its use in ships and submarines.
1. Archimedes' principle - while constructing ships
One invention Archimedes invented is the Archimedes Screw. It's still used today to irrigate crops.
Archimedes invented a device to set fire to ships. This used mirrors to focus the rays of the sun on the ships which were attacking the city.
Archimedes is purported to have used loadstones to remove nails from enemy ships thus sinking them.
No Marines where first know as ship guards, they where on the old ships and fight the British marines.
Archimedes principle led to the Plimsoll Line, which is marks painted near the bows of a ship. Basically, a ship on salt water floats higher and can carry more cargo. While a ship on fresh water will float lower and can safely carry less cargo. Samual Plimsoll introduced the Plimsoll Line to solved the hazard of capsizing posed by overloading a ship.
The marines were required as guards and soldiers. They were there to enact the orders of the officers.
There were no US Marines on the BEACHES at Normandy. There were marine snipers on the highest points on the ships firing at badly placed mines and MG nests along the beach. There were marines operating the main guns on the ships.
How do you design custom Flash Wars ships.
a large weight drops flinging the claw to grap ships