04.11.2009

SUBMARINES

 
 Author(s)    
Paul E. Fontenoy
 Publisher
ABC-CLIO
 Date
2007
 Pages
447
 Format
pdf
 Size
47.4 Mb

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   From the advent of the earliest of the type, the submarine design has always pressed against the outer limits of the contemporary technological envelope. Investors and engineers have, of necessity, incorporated new and untested machinery and equipment into their craft in order to meet their goals of creating effective undersea vessels. The underwater environment, moreover, is unforgiving; errors in operation or failures of equipment have very dangerous and even fatal consequences. Success in submarine design, therefore, has come to those naval architects who have combined innovation and experimentation with substantial direct, prior experience or knowledge.

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