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  • What Happens When a Submarine Sinks | Last Moments


    The beginning of a new series - Last Moments, where we take a look at the ultimate fate of the USS Thresher and ask - what happens to you when you're trapped aboard a sinking submarine.

    The second USS Thresher (SSN-593) was the lead boat of her class of nuclear-powered attack submarines in the United States Navy. She was the U.S. Navy's second submarine to be named after the thresher shark.

    On 10 April 1963, Thresher sank during deep-diving tests about 220 miles (350 km) east of Boston, Massachusetts, killing all 129 crew and shipyard personnel aboard in the deadliest submarine disaster ever. Her loss was a watershed for the U.S. Navy, leading to the implementation of a rigorous submarine safety program known as SUBSAFE. The first nuclear submarine lost at sea, Thresher was also the first of only two submarines that killed more than 100 people aboard; the other was the Russian Kursk, which sank with 118 aboard in 2000.

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  • Submarine ARA San Juan Simulation


    This is a structural simulation of the last moments of the submarine from Argentina you probably have heard of. The simulation utilizes new program code for drag and pressure simulation of water to reproduce the dynamics that have acted on the pressure hull. Physical parameters like scale, mass, pressure, density of the water are accurately simulated.

    The structure itself, however, was so complex that it has been discretized more roughly in order to keep simulation times practical. While volumes and connection areas of the individual elements are still accurately computed from geometry, joining structural elements like that can only be seen as an approximation of the real world and thus deviations are to be expected. Take this with a grain of seasalt.

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    Simulation time - 10 h
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  • The Greatest Submarine Rescue Ever - Escaping Sinking Submarine USS Squalus


    Imagine being trapped in a submarine as gallons of water begin pouring in. There is no escape. In today's educational animated cartoon we look at the daring rescue mission to save the crew of the sinking USS Squalus.

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  • Going to crush depth in the Submarine.


    Hello there YouTube Nation! I was messing around in Silent Hunter 5 when I thought that maybe I should make a creepy video of the sub reaching critical depth. So I went on Royalty Free Music and picked this creepy song and just went for it. If anybody knows of a mod where the sub will sink without going to the black screen please send me a message and I will give you a shout out. Make sure to rate, subscribe, and comment! See you all in the next video!

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  • Scary Moments During Rescue of Lost US Submarine


    Welcome back to the Daily Aviation for a new documentary video about a giant Submarines Rescue exercice taking place in the mediterranean sea and putting into action several nation such as Italy, Turkey or the United States.

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  • I Am Trapped on Kursk


    The submarine Kursk is the pride of the Russian Navy. A powerful nuclear submarine that represents the absolute pinnacle of naval technology and is a weapon to be feared throughout the seas. What was meant to be an uneventful training exercise turned into one of the worst disasters in the history of the Russian Navy when an explosion with the power of an earthquake ripped through the submarine, sending the ship and her crew to the ocean floor. How can the crew survive with water pouring in, the air running out, and hundreds of feet of water between them and any help? This is their story.

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    0:41 Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has plans for the navy
    2:06 Kursk is to participate in Russian Navy war games
    3:29 What life was like on the submarine Kursk
    5:54 NATO is watching
    6:35 The torpedo test - disaster
    7:13 the super submarine sinks and water rushes in
    8:18 How a rescue mission would work
    9:12 How many crew are left? How many survived?
    10:58 SOS banged out on the hull
    13:01 What about the emergency suits?
    14:28 Writing final letters and last goodbyes
    15:00 A super oxide canister disaster and explosion
    16:40 Why haven't we been rescued?

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    In 2005, a U.S. Navy nuclear submarine ran aground on a mountain. No, it wasn’t out of the water—it hit an underground mountain, and nearly sank.

    The USS San Francisco is an American nuclear powered submarine, one of the large Los Angeles-class submarines first laid down in 1972 and are among the U.S. Navy’s quietest submarines.

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  • The Swedish Submarine that Sank a US Aircraft Carrier


    Brand-new, nuclear powered, capable of carrying twice as many aircraft as most competing foreign carriers, and protected by an entire task force... the $6.2 billion USS Ronald Reagan seemed invincible leading up to an international war game exercise in 2005. It was a stunning blow then, and a complete shock, when - against all odds - a super stealth submarine from Sweden snuck past the USS Ronald Regan’s defenses and scored enough mock torpedo hits to sink it during *multiple* attack runs. The Americans never saw it coming… and never saw it leave…

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  • How Do Submarines Dive and Surface?


    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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  • How Deep Can A Submarine Go?


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    What is the deepest submarines can go? Can submarines reach Mariana Trench? Can submarines go even deeper than that?

    On January 23, 1960, the Trieste touched down on the sandy soil at the bottom of Challenger Deep, the deepest part of the Mariana trench and deepest point in the world. At a depth of 35,815 feet (10,916 meters), the Trieste withstood an incredible 1.25 metric tons per square centimeter of pressure, although the single plexiglass window had cracked on the way down, giving American Don Walsh and Frenchman Jacques Piccard a good scare. Yet the Trieste was not a submarine, but rather a bathyscaphe, specifically designed to withstand the tremendous pressure. In today’s episode of the The Infographics Show, we ask, how deep can submarines go?






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  • Why Living On A Submarine Sucks


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    With 72 submarines in service, the United States fields the largest underwater fighting force in the world. Stealthy and absolutely deadly against surface vessels, submarines are tasked with deterring foreign aggression, nuclear deterrence, intelligence gathering, and even providing fire support for land forces with land-attack missiles. But for most of a submarine's lifespan it will glide through the oceans of the world completely undetected and as they say: out of sight, out of mind. Hello and welcome to another episode of The Infographics Show- today we're taking a look at what life is like aboard a submarine.

    Not every man can be a submariner, and though it is a 100% all-volunteer force, the US Navy's submarine fleet has very stringent entry requirements. Individuals must be male, pass a series of academic tests, psychological evaluations, and intensive courses on the fundamentals of submarine operations. With deployments that can last for hundreds of days at a time and disaster being only one mistake away, the Navy must be confident that it is entrusting some of the most expensive weapons in its arsenal, and the hundred-plus lives within them, to only the most psychologically stable and academically qualified individuals.





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  • Experts Unraveled the Mystery of a Lost WWII Submarine – and 80 Vanished Crew Members


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  • Spooky moment: Submarine passes beneath scuba divers


    A submarine passed beneath some scuba divers in Waikiki, Hawaii on Friday. The divers were exploring the YO-257 shipwreck when the Atlantis submarine suddenly loomed into view beneath them.

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  • A deep sea dive into Bermuda’s hidden depths


    Guardian environment reporter Oliver Milman joins a group of scientists on an underwater expedition off the Bermuda coast to help chart its hidden depths and gauge the general health of the area’s reef and coral. Travelling in a two-man submersible, Milman and submarine pilot Kelvin Magee go on a journey 500ft below the surface.

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  • Whats Happening Inside a Submarine, Life Under the Sea


    Hey there! Next time you complain that you don’t get enough sleep or sunshine, remember about submarine sailors. Oh, that's a real man's job! They see no sun for 90 days in a row and only get 6 hours of sleep in an 18-hour day! Let’s find out more about how things really go underwater.

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    Who made the first submarine? 0:31

    The Turtle screwed up ???? 1:09

    The 3 major submarine powers in the world 1:49

    How do submarines run? 2:06

    In total darkness 3:10

    So how to become a submariner? (Spoiler: you have to be a tough guy) 4:19

    Haute cuisine for submariners 5:58

    The Blue crew and the Gold crew 7:15

    Why their day lasts 18 hours 7:50

    Appreciate personal space? This job isn't for you 8:24

    How long submariners are allowed to shower 8:50

    How these guys entertain themselves 9:27

    How much do submariners make? 10:37

    - Legend has it that the concept of a submarine was invented as early as 332 BCE. Alexander the Great supposedly submerged his soldiers into the sea in diving bells.
    - The Yankee sub in 1776 was named the Turtle, and it tried and failed to sink a British warship in New York Harbor.
    - The 3 major submarine powers in the world are the United States, China, and Russia, and the US Navy boasts the largest underwater fleet: over 70 submarines.
    - Most submarines have diesel-electric engines, the energy from which powers up huge batteries that drive an electric motor to move the propellers.
    - There’s GPS satellite navigation that works on the surface and a system of motion and rotation sensors under the water.
    - A submariner has to be psychologically stable and academically qualified — no country will want someone who is unbalanced dealing with its most expensive weapons.
    - A normal submarine shift lasts 90 days, but it can become longer in an unstable geopolitical environment.
    - The kitchen not only takes up plenty of space but also offers a huge variety of meals, especially during the first weeks of deployment when the food is still fresh. Submarine chefs make the crew happy with dishes from lobster to lasagna to delicious desserts.
    - A submarine normally has 2 fully staffed crews: the Blue crew and the Gold crew.
    - - While a regular day above the water lasts 24 hours, things are different under the sea. For submariners, life is split into 3 shifts of 6 hours, making their day 18 hours long.
    - Normally, a submarine has 2 showers for 130 crew members. They are allowed to shower for no longer than 3 to 5 minutes so everyone has a turn and to lessen the strain on the water filtration system.
    - There’s a recreation room with a plasma TV that serves as a movie theater and video game room. There are cards and board games to help the crew bond and entertain themselves.
    - Maybe the average annual salary of $100,000 plus health benefits makes up for at least some of the stress and pressure the crew goes through.

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  • New CGI of How Titanic Sank | Titanic 100


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  • Incredible Way the CIA Stole a Soviet Submarine During Cold War


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    During the Cold War the CIA managed to steal a Soviet submarine away from the Russians, but what they discovered on the Russian sub scared them. How did the US Navy steal such a massive weapon away from the Russian military? In today's video we're looking back in history to the Cold War at Project Azorian to find out how the US managed to gain secret intelligence from a Russian submarine.

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  • Living Underwater: How Submarines Work


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  • After 80 Years, The Once Lost Submarine is Now Found


    After 80 Years, The Once Lost Submarine is Now Found
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    For a while, the mystery of the USS Grunion was one that seemed like it would remain unsolved. For nearly 80 years, no one knew what happened to the submarine or its 69-man crew. With time, what used to be a tragic loss became little more than an interesting footnote in the history books. But for a certain few, the fate of the Grunion is a lot more personal.

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  • Sharks Attack Submarine | Blue Planet II Behind The Scenes


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  • 16 Abandoned Submarines - That Actually Exist


    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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  • How to Fight Fire or Flooding on a Nuclear Submarine - Smarter Every Day 244


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  • The Ludicrously Dangerous Submarine that Somehow Became the First Sub to Sink Another Ship in Combat


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  • Why are Submarines Black and Cruise Ships White?


    If you have previously heard of explanations on why submarines are black, well, you need to watch this video. It's not what you think!

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  • Moving the U-505 Submarine


    Over several days, the team guided the U-505 submarine 1,000 feet to its new home.

  • Rear Admiral Schools Senator in Submarine Capabilities


    A rear admiral appeared to become frustrated when he was asked whether submarines commissioned by the Australian government could last more than 20 minutes under water by One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson.

    “Is it true that pump-jet submarines can only stay underwater for 20 minutes?” Hanson asked.

    “I assure you they can last for longer than 20 minutes,” Rear Admiral Greg Sammut said. “A pump jet is a form of propeller, it has no bearing on how deep a submarine can go, how long it can stay under water.”

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  • S1E3 - RAN Oberon Class Submarines, Origins And Introductions


    Analysis by expert panel of the Oberon Class submarines in RAN service. The first of three episodes. This episode covers the reasons for acquiring the Oberon Class submarine and their introduction into RAN service. Convenor Professor Tom Frame with panel Vice Admiral Ian MacDougall, Rear Admiral Peter Briggs, Commodore Terry Roach, Commander Peter Horobin, Commander David Nicholls.

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  • Blazes Deep Sea Submarine Adventures! | Blaze and the Monster Machines


    Blaze is under the sea and has to steer past snapping shark flowers in a seaweed tunnel! Blaze uses his submarine blazing speed in the Deep Sea Grand Prix race against Crusher!

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  • Command Modern Air/Naval Operations - Submarine Tutorial #3


    Instead of just learning CMANO then doing game videos I've decided to do videos of the tutorials I am using to learn. Let's start with the submarine tutorials as suggested NimrodX's excellent CMANO guide found at Steam.

    This is the third in a series of tutorials designed to teach players the fundamentals of submarine operations in CMANO. In this tutorial, the following topics will be covered:

    · Diesel-Electric Propulsion

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    · Submarine launched cruise missiles

    · Submarines equipped with surface-to-air missiles

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  • Surviving a 3 Day Storm in the Atlantic Ocean | Weather From Hell: Caught on Camera | ITV


    Tom and Laurence decided to row more than 4000 miles from New York to Devon to raise money for charity. But were they prepared for in excess of 30 storms, including one that lasted three days and nights?

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  • American sets new record with deepest submarine dive


    An American diver set a new record for the deepest dive in history. Victor Vescovo plunged nearly 36,000 feet in his watercraft to the lowest part of the ocean in the Pacific’s Mariana Trench last month. It is only the third time humans have reached the sea’s extreme depths. Mola Lenghi spoke to Vescovo about his surprising discovery.

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  • How Does a Submarine Stay Underwater for So Long?


    How does a submarine stay underwater for so long?

    This question actually has three parts, so let’s take them one at a time. First, how does a submarine dive and come back up to the surface? Submarines have what are called ballast tanks that are filled with either air or water, or a combination of the two, and which control the level of buoyancy. To float towards the surface, they fill them with air. To dive below the surface, they fill them with water. They can also achieve neutral buoyancy by partially filling the tanks with a certain proportion of water and air. Often, submarines will have neutral buoyancy and use diving planes, similar to airplane wings, which can pitch the bow or stern up or down, helping to control its depth.

    Second, how is the submarine powered when it’s underwater? Before the development of nuclear-powered submarines, the most common type of engine was diesel-electric, which required the intake of oxygen. So when the submarine was at the surface, the diesel engine would simultaneously propel it forward and charge electric batteries. When it dove underwater for extended periods, it would run on the battery power alone. But periodically it would have to surface to recharge the batteries. These types of submarines could stay submerged for only one to two days at most. On the other hand, modern nuclear-powered submarines use a nuclear reactor inside the sub to generate both propulsion and electricity. These submarines could theoretically stay underwater for years or even decades, but crews usually only bring enough food and supplies for about 90 days.

    Third, where does the crew get its water, air, and heating to survive underwater? Most submarines have desalination machines that convert seawater into fresh water for drinking, bathing, and cooking. In terms of the air, oxygen is released either through tanks or through an oxygen generator that converts seawater into oxygen. Scrubbers remove carbon dioxide from the air to prevent it from accumulating and becoming toxic. Meanwhile, dehumidifiers absorb the moisture the crew exhales to prevent it from condensing on the interior of the sub and causing damage. And finally, heaters keep the temperature at a comfortable level. And that’s how a submarine stays underwater.

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  • Decisive Weapons S02E04 - U-Boat Killer: The Anti-Submarine Warship


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  • USS Stickleback Submarine Discovery


    This video is about Lost 52 Project's discovery of the Cold War submarine USS Stickleback (SS-415) Discovery offshore Honolulu Hawaii.



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