How deep will a modern submarine go?
The Los Angeles class submarine has an operating depth of "greater than 800 feet" according to official releases. It doubtless goes a bit deeper. Some Russian boats, with their super tough titanium hulls (as opposed to the steel hulls of the US Navy boats and other Russian boats) can go deeper. How much deeper? The Russians are a little tight-lipped about that. Most think that depths in excess of 3,000 feet were easily accomplished, and one report suggested that 4,000 feet was within the reach of these vessels. People don't really talk much about that kind of stuff. As you might guess, the information is classified. Submarines are considered to be "self-sufficient" and able to operate for extended periods without support vessels. This differentiates the submarine from the submersible. Let's just look at those a moment.
Submersibles, which are not "true" submarines, operate independently from support vessels. With these civilian or research craft, the depths involved would be greater than with submarines. The Trieste reached a depth of 10,900 meters, or more than 35,000 feet when it dove the Pacific's Challenger Deep, the deepest spot in any ocean. The Alvin, the submersible that first dived the Titanic, can reach depths of 4500 meters. Alvin's replacement will be capable of reaching 6500 meters.
The deepest submarine is built to go 10000 meters under water. This is so they can go to the bottom of the ocean floor.
in excess of 400 feet
The pressure gets too great and the submarine implodes. The deeper you go under water the more pressure there is.
Deep ocean pressures are to great for submarines. They do not need to go deep anyway, just to avoid detection by the enemy.
The pressure of the water that deep would crush a person.
Submarine is a noun which means underwater boat. Thus it can be used in the follow possible sentences: Radar can be used to detect a nearby submarine. If you want to travel deep underwater, you will need to go in a submarine. It is important that every submarine is watertight. We all live in a yellow submarine.
they go in a deep sea trench in witch you need the hm dive. p.s. ITS TEAM AQUA.
John P. Holland is credited with inventing the first modern submarine and is considered the father of modern submarines.
Go down from mossdeep city and when you find the deep section use dive until you see they opening if there is a submarine go in and use dive again to resurface. Enter the cave to see if there is a submarine. when you resurface go up until you reach land
surf around the massive island that is sootopolis city, then use dive at a deep place. there should be a cavern underwater. go in it, then you should have found the submarine. if you use dive there you can get to sootopolis :-)
Modern submarines can move with surprising speed, but nothing close to 100 knots.
the nautilus was a submarine
It was President Jimmy Carter who served in the U.S. Navy, and aboard submarines. He was a crew member of the nuclear submarine SSN-575, the USS Seawolf.
An unmaned submarine can go down to 15000
Yes with submarine camera things
A submarine, theoretically, can go as long as the food for its sailors last. A submarine can make oxygen, distill water, remove CO2 and other pollutants, and provide almost anything needed to survive at sea and underwater for nearly an indefinite period of time. Modern nuclear-powered submarines' reactors will last without refueling for the life of the submarine - about 20 years. In 1960, the nuclear-powered submarine USS Triton circumnavigated the globe submerged.
Go to the pub and play a game of darts. Win and get a submarine ticket. Go to the submarine and ask for a ride.
If there is a structural problem on a submarine is the submarine likely to be crushed as it descends?
A structural problem on a submarine may make it possible for that vessel to be crushed as it descends. It may or may not be likely to be crushed, and that would depend on the nature of the problem and how deep the submarine descended.
Depends on the type of submarine...
it depends if the water is really deep or not and how good in shape the submarine is Ans 2 - The operational depth of submarines is secret -(or 'classified' as navies say it) However it's generally accepted that most modern submarines can dive to around 1,500 feet and possibly even more in the case of the very latest. Submarines evolve and improve continually as no country wants anothers warships to be better.
A small submarine, the bathyscape Trieste, made it to 10,916 meters (35,813 feet) below sea level in the deepest point in the ocean, the Challenger Deep in the Marianas trench, a few hundred miles east of the Philippines. This part of the ocean is 11,034 m (36,200 ft) deep, so it seems that a submarine can make it as deep as it's theoretically possible to go. The water pressure at this depth is over 1000… Read More
Under deep water around SOOTOPOLIS CITY.
A deep sea fan
deep ocean currents.
The pressure on a submarine increases the deeper you get (about 1 bar for every 10 meters), so the answer to your question is, "It depends how deep you want to go." Sadly, most of these figures on thicknesses are classified, so you'll have to calculate that yourself.
Go to the man on top of the submarine and get a ride.
He is the Inventor of the Modern Submarine.
press submarine then y to start n to go slower m to go faster x to stop
The modern submarine was invented by John Phillip Holland. He callled it the Holland 1. He tested it in the passaic river in Paterson , New Jersey. Before inventing that he was a teacher in St. John Catholic school.
WWII boat shaped bows; nuclear subs have cigar shaped hulls.
go to moss deep city and surf to route 128.From there you can dive in the water (where it is dark and then you will find a hole.go through the hole and if you see the submarine dive up.
For animal that live there no technology is needed. For man to go there and survive, he needs to use special type of submarine called a bathysphere which can withstand the high pressures.
Deep trenches are most likely to be found in the western Pacific Ocean, generally the arc between Tonga and the Philippines.
as far as i can remember your not supposed to go to the submarine.
you go and play a guy in darts then u have to play more people after u go on the boat, get the ticket and go to the submarine. ~ sorry if it sounds to complicated :( ~
you go to mosdeep city and go south dive and when you find the submarine under the water you dive up
Harry S. Truman
They are actually called "planes" on a submarine and allow it to maneuver underwater. Horizontal "planes" allow the submarine to go up/down, vertical "planes" allow the submarine to go left/right.
get close to moss deep and then dive under the water search for the cave
The researchers sent a submarine deep into the ocean to learn more about the life there.
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Go on the submarine. You have a ticket. Dive to the bottom and then go left to see a Nessie face in the darkness. Take a photo and go back to the pub with it.
a ship floats on the water and a submarine can go underwater and on top of the water
There was no submarine that could do that as early as 1945
The songs used in the Yellow Submarine film were remixed in stereo and issued on CD as the Yellow Submarine Songtrack. These are modern stereo mixes, in contrast to the ones made at the time, which now sound rather peculiar.