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    Aircraft Carriers and Submarines are the most expensive and sophisticated machines a nation can posess in its arsenal, though, their capabilities would be limited without nuclear energy.

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  • Crawling Down A Torpedo Tube -US NAVY Nuclear Submarine - Smarter Every Day 241

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  • Boarding a US NAVY NUCLEAR SUBMARINE in the Arctic - Smarter Every Day 240

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  • Whats Inside A Nuclear Submarine? | Super Structures | Spark

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  • HOW IT WORKS: Submarines

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    Modern submarines can dive up to 240 meters below the surface of the water. When the crew is ready to submerge, external ballast tanks that are normally filled with air, open to receive water. This makes the ship slightly negatively buoyant.

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    The submarine is the single most powerful piece of military hardware that has ever been devised. Just think about this for a moment; a single nuclear submarine today carries more firepower than was unleashed by all the armed forces of the Second World War.

    One big question is: could submarines of the future become stealthy and completely silent, like the fictional one from Tom Clancy’s Red October? You should be afraid if this ever becomes a reality because this submarine was built solely as a first-strike weapon… and what a devastating weapon it would be.

    They can also be used in a devastating retaliation against another nation’s missile bases and airfields. In fact, the USA keeps half of its nuclear arsenal on submarines either as a possible first-strike weapon or… or in retaliation as a deterrent to a nuclear strike.

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  • HOW DO RADIO CONTROLLED SUBMARINES WORK ?

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    HOW DO RADIO CONTROLLED (RC) SUBMARINES WORK ?
    Matt kindly runs me through how his HMS Upholder radio controlled submarine works. The shell for this RC submarine is made by OTW Designs ( in Loughborough which is run by Bob Dimack. He tells me about how it dives and surfaces, the propulsion and control systems. Impressed by the clean installation of all the gear. It made it easy to understand the function of all the components.

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    Here is a video explaining all about How Submarine Works? How Do Submarines Float And Sink? How Does A Submarine Get Oxygen? How Submarines See Underwater?

    A submarine (or simply sub) is a watercraft capable of independent operation underwater. It differs from a submersible, which has more limited underwater capability. The term most commonly refers to a large, crewed vessel. It is also sometimes used historically or colloquially to refer to remotely operated vehicles and robots, as well as medium-sized or smaller vessels, such as the midget submarine and the wet sub. The noun submarine evolved as a shortened form of submarine boat; by naval tradition, submarines are usually referred to as boats rather than as ships, regardless of their size (boat is usually reserved for seagoing vessels of relatively small size).

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    A submarine or a ship can float because the weight of water that it displaces is equal to the­ weight of the ship. This displacement of water creates an upward force called the buoyant force and acts opposite to gravity, which would pull the ship down. Unlike a ship, a submarine can control its buoyancy, thus allowing it to sink and surface at will.

    - How Do Submarines Get Oxygen?

    Oxygen is supplied either from pressurized tanks, an oxygen generator (which can form oxygen from the electrolysis of water) or some sort of oxygen canister that releases oxygen by a very hot chemical reaction. (You may remember these canisters because of their problems on the MIR space station -- see this page for details). Oxygen is either released continuously by a computerized system that senses the percentage of oxygen in the air, or it is released in batches periodically through the day.

    - How Do Submarines See Underwater?

    Submarines navigate using global positioning system while on the surface, however, this will not work while the vessel is submerged. Underwater, the crafts use inertial guidance systems that keep track of the ship’s motion from a fixed starting point using gyroscopes. These systems are very complex and difficult to use, and very accurate at the same time. They are accurate up to 150 hours at a time.
    To locate targets, submarines use passive sonar. This works by emitting sound waves through water and allowing the sound waves to reflect off the target and return; by knowing the speed of sound in water and the time it took for the sound wave to travel back, submarines can calculate the distance to the target. This is the same technique that bats, dolphins, and whales use. These systems can also help recalibrate the inertial guidance systems.

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    Modern nuclear submarines are a pinnacle of weapon systems engineering. And their most powerful weapon is stealth. So what makes them hard to find? What ways are there to make them very quiet? Watch and find out!

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    ​Newport News Shipbuilding successfully launched Indiana (SSN 789) into the James River June 3-4. The submarine was moved out of a construction facility into a floating dry dock using a transfer car system.

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    Scoring a torpedo hit on an enemy ship requires timing, intuition, and luck. Faced with an oncoming enemy destroyer aiming to ram its hull, the USS Wahoo needs all three.

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  • 16 Abandoned Submarines - That Actually Exist

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    Submarines are quite rare and there are currently only a few hundred active around the world, which is why you don't see them very often. Even though underwater adventures are quite interesting, as is the life of a submarine after work and that's why we take a look at some abandoned submarines today.

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    Submarines have come a long way since their official announcement in August 2019, with a closed beta test having been conducted, and even special Submarine Battles in Updates 0.9.4–0.9.5.
    For the new test, we've updated the sonar ping mechanics, added anti-submarine defenses for battleships and heavy cruisers, and made many other improvements. We invite you to participate in the new stage of submarine testing.

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  • Maker Faire 2014: How RC Model Submarines Work

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    Underwater RC! Submarine model enthusiasts are modding existing model kits to turn them into working RC subs. These RC models function like real submarines, some even using water ballast tanks to keep them submerged. We chat with a member of the SubComittee hobbyist group to learn about how these vehicles work!

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  • How Do Submarines Work Under Water? In Telugu | Submarines ఎలా పనిచేస్తాయి? | Info Geeks

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    A submarine (or sub) is a watercraft capable of independent operation underwater. It differs from a submersible, which has more limited underwater capability. It is also sometimes used historically or colloquially to refer to remotely operated vehicles and robots, as well as medium-sized or smaller vessels, such as the midget submarine and the wet sub. Submarines are referred to as boats rather than ships irrespective of their size.

  • Indian Submariners E3P3- How Submarines Work | Inside Engine Room |Breaking Point |Veer by Discovery

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    Do you know how submarines work? Harman takes you inside engine room of INS Sindhukirti. Watch the engine testing process followed before any submarine sets for a sail.

    क्या आप जानते हैं कि पनडुब्बियां कैसे काम करती हैं? हरमन आपको आईएनएस सिंधुर्कीर्ति के इंजन कक्ष में ले जाता हैं। किसी भी सब्मरीन को चालू करने से पहले की जाने वाली इंजन परीक्षण प्रक्रिया देखें।

    Before a submarine sets on sail, the engine is tested to check if it is working properly or not. If there is any dirt in the engine cyclinder it is removed with air in the testing phase.

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  • U.S. NAVY NUCLEAR SUBMARINES MISSIONS, CHARACTERISTICS AND BACKGROUND 74802

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    This outstanding U.S. Navy film from 1971 -- The Submarine Part II: Backgrounds, Characteristics and Missions of Nuclear Powered Submarines focuses on the nuclear submarines of the 1970s. The film shows how the nuclear attack submarine and the fleet ballistic missile submarines, with their sophisticated technologies and nuclear weapons capability, can provide enormous deterrent power for the United States and its allies. Both SSN nuclear attack submarines and SSBN nuclear missile submarines are shown, including Polaris missile submarines firing the A-3 missile and Poseidon. The film also traces the history of the nuclear submarine in the U.S. Navy starting in the 1950s, including the USS Nautilus and the USS George Washington (see 18 minute mark). The USS Albacore is shown at the 5 minute mark, a boat with a unique hull design that ended up becoming standard for the Navy, including with the USS Skipjack. Some of the submarines featured include the USS Sturgeon, SSN-637, USS Greenling SSN-614, fleet ballistic missile submarines, and more. The Polaris A-1 and Polaris A-2 are also shown, as well as the Polaris A-3.

    The SUBROC submarine rocket is shown at the 14 minute mark -- predecessor to the submarine-launched Tomahawk cruise missile.

    Also shown in this film is the DSRV-1 (27 minute mark) deep submergence rescue vehicle and the Alvin (27:30) miniature submarine and AUTEC 1 and 2, as well as the Dolphin and NR-1 research vehicle.

    The Polaris missile was a two-stage Solid-fuel rocket nuclear-armed submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) built during the Cold War by Lockheed Corporation of California for the United States Navy.

    It was designed to be used for second strike countervalue (CEP not good enough for first strike counterforce) as part of the Navy's contribution to the United States arsenal of nuclear weapons, replacing the Regulus cruise missile. Known as a Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM), the Polaris was first launched from the Cape Canaveral, Florida, missile test base on January 7, 1960.

    Following the Polaris Sales Agreement in 1963, Polaris missiles were also carried on British Royal Navy submarines between 1968 and the mid-1990s.

    Plans to equip the Italian Navy with the missile ended in the mid-60s, after several successful test launches carried out on board the Italian cruiser Giuseppe Garibaldi. Despite the successful launching tests, the US never provided the missiles, due to political convenience. Instead the Italian Government set to develop an indigenous missile, called Alfa, with a successful program, officially halted by Italian Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty ratification and failure of the NATO Multilateral Force.

    The Polaris missile was gradually replaced on 31 of the 41 original SSBNs in the US Navy by the MIRV-capable Poseidon missile beginning in 1972. During the 1980s, these missiles were replaced on twelve of these submarines by the Trident I missile. The ten George Washington- and Ethan Allen-class SSBNs retained Polaris A-3 until 1980 because their missile tubes were not large enough to accommodate Poseidon. With USS Ohio commencing sea trials in 1980, these submarines were disarmed and redesignated as attack submarines to avoid exceeding the SALT II strategic arms treaty limits.

    Many new project management techniques were introduced during the development of the Polaris missile program, to deal with the inherent system complexity. This includes the use of the Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT). This technique replaced the simpler Gantt chart methodology which was largely employed prior to this program.

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  • World of Warships: Submarines Are Boring - Work In Progress

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    Submarine gameplay is quite boring so far. There just isn't enough to do and you're quite slow. The game looks great underwater and it does lead to some interesting engagements, but all in all you're just waiting to sail in range. Work in Progress means that it's likely to change though!
    The beginning and end clip are from my stream.

    World of Warships footage of the tier 6 German submarine U-69.

  • Narco-Submarines: Drug Cartels Innovative Technology

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    Today you will know about a different submarine. That is the Narco Submarine. This submarine was built at the nominal cost using conventional theories. It will be astonished that, while most naval forces of the world are not submarine, Colombian drug smugglers

  • How It Works: Torpedoes | World of Warships

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  • The future of anti-submarine warfare

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    Anti-submarine warfare has dramatically changed since the Cold War.

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  • Deep Sea Exploration in Homemade Submarines | Karl Stanley | Talks at Google

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    Self-taught engineer and deep ocean explorer Karl Stanley drops by the Google NYC office to share his journey, talk about how the Schmidt Ocean Institute has helped enable the next wave of exploration in the waters around his home in Roatán, Honduras and give his take on the current state of the manned sub industry.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER
    Karl Stanley has been exploring the depths of the ocean down to half a mile deep, logging over 5000 hours in two submersibles that he built himself. His journey started with a dream when he was 9 and he started construction on his first deep sea submersible at the age of 15 in his parents' backyard in New Jersey. He has spent over 5000 hours exploring the deep ocean and now operates the deepest sub in the world regularly offering trips to the public. He has been a TED speaker and is featured in a documentary entitled A View from Below.
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