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    How Submarines Work

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    How do submarines work? It depends on what their power source, engine, and hull is made out of. The difference in how they work could also lead into what their purpose is. There are many things that make a Submarine work like their engine, power source, weapons, and hull plating; they all rise and submerge essentially the same way. How do subs rise and sink? It is done with something called the Archimedes Principle. To sink the sub has several different components that have to move. One of them is the Main vent. This is closed while the sub is on the surface. The vent closes when the sub begins to submerge. This allows the air to be let out of the Ballast Tank which fills up with water when the sub submerges. To allow water to flood the…

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    Submarine is a special type of watercraft, that is able to sink in the water or float on the water. This watercraft was invented by dutchman in the service of James l of England in 1620.. His name was called Cornelius Jacobszoon Drebbel. Many people have redesigned different types of submarines after Cornelius Jacobszoon Drebbel, they are David Bushnell,Robert Fulton and Simon Lake.People first use submarine as weapon during the 17th century, which is during the American revolution and brought…

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    Ww1 Titanic Submarines

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    In WWII, no ship was a match for the submarine. Important in WWII, submarines could destroy many ships. The submarines helped the US and the Japanese in the fights. US submarines sank more than 30% of Japan ’ s naval fleet. They were also crucial in the sinking of German U-boats, which tended to dominate most other fights. They were a vital part of the weaponry during WWII because of their ability to sink battleships, aircraft carriers, and cargo ships. During WWII, submarines sank…

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    What makes a submarine so interesting?Submarines were invented in 1775. In the passage Dave Bushnell created a submarine to fighgt British forces. Bushnell tested the submarine for a while and got a hang of it. Bushnell got sick and wasnt able to ride the submarine and they used it to complete several missions. Many missions were completed by submarine and the first mission was a fail. The mission was not completed but the message got threw to their enimies and they succeeded with…

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    developing and building the Navy’s first submarines. Electric Boat was established and founded by John Hopkins in 1899. With an average workforce 13,000, the main operations are in Groton, CT and Quonset Point Rhode Island. It first started building diesel submarines in early 1900’s and in 1951 built the world famous “USS Nautilus” which was the first nuclear powered submarine to sail across the north pole, this enable the submarine to operate for unlimited distances without having to refuel.…

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    The Starting Town has signed a contract with team dynamic as it is harder to go outside without being killed they have agreed to send supplies to the neutral village through their new D Submarines in attempt to lessen the deaths from the war. The first D submarines which contain food makes it across safely then the second one begins to depart with wood, however unknown to the team a person from the Aurora Category has snuck in so they can claim more land since it would easier to maneuver against…

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    Battle Of Atlantic Essay

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    volunteered to enlist into the Navy as they felt the need to do something for their country and to protect and fight for what they believe is right. Posters and advertisements were made, this helped persuade some of the unsure persons, but the massive influx of sailors was voluntary. With the newly constructed vessels entering the role as support ships for the convoys, Canada began to successfully stop German U-boats from sinking supply ships. Both sides were in a constant battle for the upper…

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    key advantage would soon lead to militaristic applications of the technology. By the late 1950’s, the US had successfully used its PWR technology to create the USS Nautilus, the world 's first nuclear powered submarine (Knight, Judson. “Undersea”188-190). The USS Nautilus was tauted and displayed as a true revolution in naval technology. In the late 1950’s the Nautilus broke multiple water speed and submerged travel records. However, the most crucial feature and advantage of nuclear submarines…

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    20,000 Leagues Under The Sea One of the most important technology in the story was the Nautilus AKA the submarine used as the transportation for the crew in the story and harpoons to attack the monster and kill it. Captain Nemo is the one leading the crew and does not like war but still kills many monsters with the harpoon. Deep sea exploration was possible during the time period talked about in the story submarines were used for underwater exploration but there was no mythical creatures such…

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    Asw Research Paper

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    Anti-submarine warfare, also known as ASW, is an essential part of sea control and a top priority for America’s Navy. As Chinese and Russian submarine forces grow and operate further away from their respective countries, America becomes within striking distance. US ships including Military Sealift Ships and other Navy ship are potentially in danger of being targeted and attacked by these elusive threats. The US Navy is coming up with new and effective ways to combat this potential threat. ASW…

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