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Transcript of Nuclear Submarines
1.How big are nuclear submarines?
2.What country is most invested in nuclear submarines?
3.How are nuclear submarines classed?
4.What are nuclear submarines powered by?
5.What was the first nuclear submarine made?
6.What is a nuclear submarine?
7.How are nuclear submarines guarded?
8.How many crew members are on a nuclear submarine?
9.What weapons do nuclear submarines use?
10.What are nuclear submarines used for?
11.How fast can nuclear submarines go?
How big are nuclear submarines?
The size of nuclear submarines vary but the standard size is around 562 feet long 53 feet wide.The largest one ever made was made in Russia and weighed over 96,000,000 pounds and was classed a Typhoon.
What country is most invested in nuclear submarines?
The U.S.A. (of course) is the most invested in nuclear submarines owning 73, North Korea is the second most invested and Russia is the third.
How are nuclear submarines classed?
Nuclear submarines are classed by size, power and efficiency. here are some of the classes: Zulu Class, Whiskey Class, Quebec Сlass, Quebec Сlass, November Class, Golf Сlass, improved Kilo Class, Romeo Class, Foxtrot Class, Tango Class, Juliett Class Hotel Class, Echo Class, Papa Class, Yankee Class, Delta I Class, Delta II Class, Delta III Class, Delta IV Class, Charlie I Class, Charlie II Class, India Class, Typhoon Class, Sierra Class, Oscar Class, Yuriy Dolgorukiy Class, X-ray Сlass, Uniform Сlass, , Whiskey class, Ohio class, Tornado class, typhoon class, Plunger class, Alligator class, Holland class, Porpoise class, Salmon class, Tango class, Narwhal class, Sargo class, Dolphin class, Mackerel class and many more.
When was the first nuclear submarine made?
The first nuclear submarine made was called the USS Nautilus made in 1954 and could stay under water for 4 months without resurfacing.
What is a nuclear submarine?
A nuclear submarine is a submarine powered by a nuclear reactor. Here are some of the performance advantages of nuclear submarines: Since the nuclear reactor makes the submarine independent of air it can stay under water for a lot longer than regular submarines, but diesel subs are cheaper to make and the advantage of being better platforms for many of the tasks the Navy faces today.
How are nuclear submarines guarded?
Since nuclear submarines can cost up to $5 billion to make per submarine, they have to be well guarded. A nuclear submarine carrying no special cargo that is too shallow water to go underwater will probably be guarded by six or more coast guards, three or more navy patrol boats, two ships on either side of it with large cement walls to encase the explosion if the nuclear submarine explodes or is blown up, all the bridges around it will be blocks by police cars to let the nuclear submarine and to prevent any attacks from the bridge and sometimes helicopters.
How many crew members are on a nuclear submarine?
Crew size varies depending upon the type and class of submarines, but a typical U.S. Navy submarine crew consists of 14 Officers, 18 Chief Petty Officers, and 109 other enlisted men.
What weapons do nuclear submarines use?
Some nuclear submarines have ballistic missiles such as SLBMs (submarine-launched ballistic missile) and ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missile) , cruise missiles, Trident missiles and much more. Here are some of the SLMB missiles: UGM-133 Trident II (D5), UGM-96 Trident I (C4), UGM-73 Poseidon, UGM-27Polaris, RSM-25, RSM-40, R-27K, RSM-45, RSM-50, RSM-52, M45, M51, JL-1, JL-2, K-15 Sagarika, K-4, M4, RSM-36 R-30 and many many more.
What are nuclear submarines used for?
Nuclear submarines can be used for many things including: Patrolling borders, Transporting military cargo or weaponry and attacking opposing military's.
How fast can nuclear submarines go?
U.S. nuclear-powered submarines can go faster than 25 knots (nautical miles per hour) underwater, which is approximately 29 miles per hour or 46 kilometers per hour.
What is a nuclear reactor?
12.What is a nuclear reactor?
13.What does the inside of a nuclear submarine look like?
Nuclear reactors are devices designed to maintain a chain reaction producing a steady flow of neutrons generated by the fission of heavy nuclei.
Question #13 what does the inside of a nuclear submarine look like?
The control room.
14.Who made the first nuclear submarine?
15.What country first made nuclear submarines?
Who made the first nuclear submarine?
Hyman G. Rickover was a four-star admiral of the United States Navy born on January 27, 1900 and made the first nuclear submarine in 1954. He was nicknamed the father of the nuclear navy after making the first nuclear submarine (and was funded by the U.S. navy) which was classed the U.S.S. Nautilus.
what country first made nuclear submarines?
The U.S. made the first nuclear submarine in 1954 at the electric boat division, general dynamics in Groton Connecticut.
16.How many nuclear submarines does the U.S. own?
How many nuclear submarines does the U.S. own?
The U.S.A. owns total of 71 active nuclear submarines and 2 in reserve. 14 SSBN's (Ballistic Missile Submarines), 4 SSGN's (Cruise Missile Submarines and 53 SSN's (Fast-Attack Submarines) 2 of which are in reserve.
What are nuclear submarines powered by?
Nuclear submarines are powered by nuclear reactors. which is a device designed to maintain a chain reaction producing a steady flow of neutrons generated by the fission of heavy nuclei.
17.Why did I choose this as my MLP?
Why did I choose this as my MLP?
I heard a lot about nuclear submarines and I thought it would be interesting to learn more about them.
The briefing room.
An Ohio class nuclear submarine.
Cutout of a nuclear submarine.
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And the missile launch center.