Albion wrote:Another consideration is the foam used to make subs bouyant. foam is compressible and as your sub goes deeper its natural bouyancy becomes less. So a sub which is deck awash, say at the surface dives to 15feet (1/2atmosphere) may no longer be capable of surfacing without addtional help, be it propel or whatever, because the foam will be compressed losing the natural bouyancy.
Outside the pressure hull, but some mount them inside the tubing but the tubing has holes in it. ie the tube just keeps the bladder in shaperockhopper037 wrote:Wow, thanks for all the advice!
A further question, does the RCABS bladder need to be outside the WTC, or can the bladder be installed inside the WTC?
I'm struggling to understand the Snort principle, it there a diagram of the system anywhere?
expfcwintergreen wrote:My RCABS successfully failsafe-recovered from the bottom of North Lake with no issue. I believe the depth in the center is ~12 feet. Ask Merriman to confim depth. Ask the SR4, 8 and SubCom East folk to confirm recovery if you wish. That is as deep as I ever need to run.
Nuke Power wrote:Why are you so scared arent you the Boss?
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