Subject: Is submarine maneuvering harder at extreme depths?
Date: Sun Jul 2 14:18:20 2000
Posted by Jim Kane
Grade level: 10-12
City: Stone Mtn. State/Province: GA
Area of science: Engineering
I was thinking about 'Deep Flight' and 'Deep Flight 2' submarines, which
are supposed to be able to dive deep, deep and glide effortlessly like
aircraft. Does water pressure, say, at 16,124 psi (the bottom of the
pacific) mean a submarine cannot move its control surfaces?
Re: Is submarine maneuvering harder at extreme depths?
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