Edit Testing Facility: Advanced Materials Lab (AML)

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Basic Specifications
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Facility Type
Testing Capability Type
Testing Capability
Water Type
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Special Physical Features
Participation in TEAMER
TEAMER Facility Type
TEAMER Capabilities
TEAMER Description
TEAMER Webpage
Towing Capabilities
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Maximum Velocity with Constriction(m/s)
Length of Effective Tow(m)
Wavemaking Capabilities
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Maximum Wave Height(m) at Wave Period(s)
Maximum Wave Length(m)
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Current Velocity Range(m/s)
Programmable Wavemaking
Wavemaking Description
Wave Direction
Simulated Beach
Description of Beach
Pressure Range(Psi)
Wind Capabilities
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Other Characteristics
Control and Data Acquisition System
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Number of Color Cameras
Number of B&W Cameras
Description of Camera Types
Available Sensors
Data Generation Capability
Data Comparison to Computational Models
Integrated Display/Graphics
Other Data Capabilites
Test Services
Utility Services Available
On-Site fabrication capability/equipment
Past Pertinent Test Experience
Special Characteristics
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