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Deep v hulls operates best in what type of water conditions?
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Asked in History, Politics & Society, Hawaii
Why were the Hawaiian Islands important for the US?
Asked in Science
What effects do deeps currents have?
Asked in Submarines
How do submarines withstand deep sea pressure?
The simple explanation of the ability of a submarine to withstand deep sea pressure lies in the mechanical strength of the pressure hull. On modern military submarines (called boats by the crews) the pressure hull is make of steel (except in the case of a few Russian boats which used titanium). This steel basically forms a cylinder and keeps the pressure of the sea water at operating depth from crushing the hull. To gain a tactical advantage, the Russian Navy built some of their boats with titanium pressure hulls. These hulls were designed to allow greater operating depths, and, therefore, increased ability to "hide" beneath the sea. But as is the case with the steel hulls, the titanium hulls used the geometry (shape) and the mechanical strength of the pressure hull and all the fittings to keep the water out at test depth.
Asked in Home & Garden, Animal Parasites
How deep can worms go under ground?
Worms feed on organic matter in the soil. How deep they go depends on soil conditions such as: how deep they can find a reasonable amount of food, how deep is the water table (no snorkels on worms), how far down can they go without running into hard packed clay or bed rock. As long as they have the basic conditions of life they can survive.
Asked in Care of Fish, Clownfish
Do clown fish live in salt water and shallow water or deep water?
Is deep water more or less dense than shallow water?
Asked in Earth Sciences, Oceanography
What part of the water is affected by a wave in deep water?