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Right now, the wreck of Titanic is 12,600 feet underwater. That's 2 ½ miles under the sea.
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When did the Titanic sink?

The British ship RMS Titanic sank at 2:20 AM on April 15th1912 , having collided with the iceberg at 11:40 on April 14th.At 12.15 AM, one of the S.O.S calls from the Titanic reached itssister ship, the Olympic. The calls for help were heard by manyships but the closest ship, the Carpathia, was 4 ho (MORE)

How did the Titanic sink?

The RMS Titanic stuck an iceberg at approximately 11:40 in thenight of April 14, 1912. The First Officer steered the ship awayfrom the iceberg but he had reversed the engines in an attempt tomaneuver around the iceberg ("port around" maneuver). Due to thecombination of the ship's size, the limitatio (MORE)

Why did the Titanic sink?

The primary factor was the ship's collision at the speed of 21knots* (24 miles an hour) with a massive iceberg late on the nightof April 14, 1912. It took 2 hours and 40 minutes for the entireship to sink. The Titanic became completely submerged about 2:45 AMon the morning of April 15, 1912. The Ti (MORE)

Did the Titanic have to sink?

The TITANIC hit an iceberg and it put a hole in the ships hull! that is not right titanic could have lived if the captain of theship stopped the ship if he did stop it then they would have missedit but he just kept on going and tried to turn so yes the titaniccould have survived Well, technica (MORE)

Who was the person that made the Titanic sink?

There was no one person that made the Titanic sink. It was a combination of out of date sea rules (such as not having enough life boats for everybody on board), a ship President that wanted glory making the ship go too fast, a pissed off wireless operator on another ship that could have helped the T (MORE)

When did the titanic sink and how?

Titanic sunk at 2:20 am on the night of April 15th, 1912. It's believed that both the bow and stern took about five or sixminutes to sink. The stern spun around like the rotors on ahelicopter. The bow planed directly forward and the keel of the bowsmashed 60 ft under the bottom of the seabed in one (MORE)

Where did the Titanic sink?

The Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean, about 350 miles (531 km)southeast of Newfoundland, Canada, having covered most of hertrans-Atlantic crossing. The remains of the Titanic were eventuallylocated approximately 13 miles southeast of the location of herlast distress call. This distance contributed (MORE)

How much water did the titanic take on?

150 tons=Titanic sinks an inch, so 45,000 tons of water. At 12:45, she had 10,000 Tons of Water in her. At 1:35, 29,000 Tons, and at 2:20, 35,000-45,000 Tons of Water.

When where how and why did the Titanic sink?

On April 14th, 1912, RMS Titanic struck an iceberg in the NorthAtlantic Ocean and was doomed because the collision caused too muchwater to breach through in too many places, forcing her to tipforward, permitting more water to enter, The iceberg was notvisible until it was far too late to turn effect (MORE)

What did the Titanic sink?

The sinking of the ocean liner RMS Titanic was on April 15, 1912. A large iceberg toar nearly 300 feet of the right side open. About 1,500 died and about 700 lived.

Why and when did the titanic sink?

Titanic sunk on April 16th, 1912 because she hit an iceberg in theNorth Atlantic and the impact popped rivets in her hull, separatingher metal plates and allowing too much water to breach.

How much water does a kitchen sink use a minute?

The easiest way would be to capture the sink water at full flow and fill a 5gallon bucket while timing yourself. When the buckets full then divide the time it took by 5 and you have your GPM.

How much load required to sink a cube box in water?

The volume of a cubic box with sides of length 'S' is S 3 .. If 'S' is measured in centimeters, then the volume of the box ... and the volume of water displaced when the box is submerged ... is 'S 3 ' cubic centimeters.. The density of water is 1 gram per cubic centimeter. So the mass required to (MORE)

What property of water made the Titanic sink?

Its density. The iron that the Titanic was constructed of was denser than that of the water surrounding it; when there was not enough displacement and upforce to balance the downforce, the ship sinks.

What if the Titanic did not sink?

The ship would have arrived in New York, New York on Wednesday April 17, 1912. It would have continued to be a revolutionary ship for a short time, but not much longer. The captain, Edward John Smith, would have retired, for the Titanic was supposed to be his last voyage. Also there wouldn't be as (MORE)

How much water did it take to sink the titanic?

11.40pm on Sunday 14 April 1912, almost 100 years ago,the Titanic was just four days into its first voyage when itstruck an iceberg. But how long did it take for the oceanliner to sink ?Apr 10, 2012

Did the curse of the Titanic made it sink?

Titanic sank because it hit an iceberg, which opened a gash inthe hull longer than engineers had expected, flooding more of thewater tight compartment than engineers had calculated with. . No need to look for a curse to explain that. . The captain was under pressure to make a speedy first crossing (MORE)

How did the movie Titanic sink?

The film didn't sink. It was a huge hit. The ship Titanic sankafter hitting an iceberg. Multiple compartments flooded. As thefront of the ship went lower, the water went over walls into thenext compartment.

What if the Titanic didn't sink?

Then it would have arrived at port and everyone would have gotten off. After that, the Titanic would go about its route as a passenger ship, picking up and dropping off new passengers.

What are facts about the sinking of the Titanic?

In 1898 (14 years prior to the Titanic tragedy), Morgan Robertson wrote a novel called Futility. This fictitious novel was about the largest ship ever built hitting an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean on a cold April night. The fictional ship (named Titan) and the real ship Titanic were similar in desi (MORE)

Who was at fault for the Titanic sinking?

it was the captins fault for sinking the ship because he was told about the ice berg but he said it is the unsinkable ship and he was to be on board when he hit the iceberg but he got on one of the lifeboats when he was to be on deck.

How and when did the titanic sink?

The Titanic sank in the very early hours of April 15, 1912. TheTitanic hit an iceberg which tore a hole in its hull causing it tofill with water and eventually sink.

Why did they sink the titanic?

"They" didn't sink the Titanic. . Titanic hit an iceberg, got badly damaged and eventuallysunk. . WHile there were elements of pride, poor judgement and humanerror involved, ultimately it was an accident.

What Significance of the Titanic sinking have on the Titanic Community?

There is a very dark side of the Titanic which never ever gets discussed. When you turn the clock back like 10 years before she makes that fatally maiden crossing there is problem on the horizon with finance, polities and technology. All three are to wrong. Especially the finance which is in trouble (MORE)

Is the Captin of Titanic is it his fault for the Titanic sinking?

Well a lot of people say that it was indeed the Captain's fault and yes it was partly his fault, they got reports of an ice burg siting so he told the crew that they were going off course then he went for a stroll? Or something and a few minutes later the iceberg struck! But the Titanic's metallic m (MORE)

Why did the Titanic sink and how?

The Titanic hit an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean, gouging a hole in the hull and causing water to flow into the ship. This made it too heavy to float as it no longer had enough buoyancy (google "buoyancy" to figure out the math behind that), so it sank. Titanic hit an iceberg at 11:40PM. The Titanic (MORE)