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The Modern Diesel/Electric Sub
Posted by: Don Baker ()
Date: June 26, 2000 12:38AM

We have had a tremendously interesting discussion of the WW II u-boat and how it might fare today if modernized ... all because our friend Robert had the courage to pose the question. So ...we now have new, modern versions of the diesel/electric powered submarine putting to sea and some of you have already offered some information on these new designs. Here are a few things to consider:

(1) What is the mission of these new boats; i.e: what is the job they are expected to perform?
(2) What are the design requirements that will enable these boats to accomplish this mission? Consider
(d)Detectors & Countermeasures systems
(g) Maintenance & Supply

(3) Do the new designs meet these technical requirements?

(4) What are the problem areas in these new designs yet to be resolved or improved?

Well lets see what we can do with this discussion.

Don B

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The Modern Diesel/Electric Sub Don Baker 06/26/2000 12:38AM
RE: The Modern Diesel/Electric Sub rabbit 06/26/2000 02:03AM
RE: The Modern Diesel/Electric Sub Rainer Bruns 06/26/2000 03:44PM
RE: Seawolf project cost numbers... rabbit 06/27/2000 04:40PM
RE: Seawolf project cost numbers... Rainer Bruns 06/27/2000 06:53PM
RE: The Modern Diesel/Electric Sub Ger 10/01/2000 03:58AM
RE: Peacetime vs Wartime AL Wellman 06/28/2000 02:43AM
RE: The Modern Diesel/Electric Sub Garth 07/01/2000 05:21AM

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