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Generally, when a ship sails close to the shore, it brings a huge impact due to the influence of inertia. The captain will slow the ship down and turn it parallel to the shore. These actions reduce the impact, but it could waste lots of time. Furthermore, the shore hurts ship body every time they dock. In this design, taking advantage of the elastic structure, the ship buffer protects the ship very well. Wherever the ship knocks the shore, this facility give uniform and gentle buffer to the ship body. In addition, the monomer is easy to replace when damaged.
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