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How Stabilisers Reduce A Ship's Roll


published on 4 July 2019 158

Stabilisers are used to reduce the amount of roll experienced by large ships.

In this video, we look at a few different stabilisation techniques. We investigate how different methods work and how successful they are at reducing a roll.
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