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Submarine engineering

Sydney Ferris Walker

Submarine engineering

all about work under water told in popular language

by Sydney Ferris Walker

  • 302 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by C. Arthur Pearson, ltd. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydraulic engineering.,
  • Submarines (Ships),
  • Cables, Submarine.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sydney F. Walker ... illustrated with 20 photographs and 42 diagrams.
    SeriesThe "How does it work" series. no. VIII
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK5661
    The Physical Object
    Pagination126 p., 1 l.
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL177179M
    LC Control Numbera 15000885
    OCLC/WorldCa6410334

    Submarine navigation underwater requires special skills and technologies not needed by surface challenges of underwater navigation have become more important as submarines spend more time underwater, travelling greater distances and at higher speed. Military submarines travel underwater in an environment of total darkness with neither windows nor lights. The story of the H. L. Hunley submarine is about American ingenuity and real people who were inventive, loyal, brave, resilient, persistent, and adventurous. The Hunley, built by the Confederate Army during the Civil War, was the first submarine to sink an enemy ship during wartime. After that historic feat, the Hunley disappeared/5(3).

      The Tanshui landing point is located in erosion coast. From comprehensive analysis of the submarine engineering geological conditions, human development activities, and other factors, the selected route meets the requirements for submarine optical cable laying. Asia Pacific Gateway.   Written by a self-described author of “weird fiction,” The Scar is a dark, depressing, wildly inventive anti-epic with a floating pirate city and multiple underwater civilizations. The beginning is a little bumpy: as one reviewer notes, “All through the first 40 pages or so you can hear the grunts of a writer straining too hard for effect,” but “[o]nce the novel settles down after.

      Tom Chaffin’s The H. L. Hunley is a largely competent history book. The majority of the book (2/3 or so of the text) centers around the building of the Hunley and two prior submarines, along with a recounting of the various unsuccessful and one successful but ill-fated mission of the first submarine to sink an enemy ship/5(20). First, I'd want to know if you will be or are working on getting a degree in Mechanical or Architectural engineering (structural), or Naval architect, or similar program. Nevertheless, even if you are not a student, by looking at the curricula f.


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