“Electric Propulsion in Water”

Jun 17th, 2015
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In early ages, primitive people burned and scraped away inside of large logs to make dugout boats and canoes. Later craft included the birch bark canoes. After using the boats made up of large logs in the early ages, the Pleasure boating comes next. After the World War II, boats grew rapidly.

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I-TitleElectric Propulsion in WaterII- Table of ContentsIII- AcknowledgementWe would like to thank God for giving us wisdom and knowledge to do this project and make it successful. For the guidance that no one in our group would be in harm especially while doing the final output.Thanks to Mr. Cruz for guiding us how to connect the wirings and teaching us some ideas about batteries and its charges. For reminding us that we should be careful because batteries have positive and negative charges if the connections are incorrect, it can be dangerous.Special thanks to Ms. Nerissa Silverio for giving us this investigatory project which tests our patience. It also develops our critical thinking because we really have to think for our output. Thanks also for being approachable. Whenever we encounter problems in our project, youre willing to help us and answer our questions.IV- IntroductionA. Background of the StudyIn early ages, primitive people burned and scraped away inside of large logs to make dugout boats and canoes. Later craft included the birch bark canoes. After using the boats made up of large logs in the early ages, the Pleasure boating comes next. After the World War II, boats grew rapidly. Outboard motors become more dependable and new inventions like the outboard motor made it easy to control boats. The first electric boat was created by Moritz Von Jacobi in 1839. The battery powered boats were charged up by steam power

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