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Submarine operation

Submarine operation

Submarines submerge and surface by changing the average density of the hull.

Physics

Keywords

submarine, lift, Archimedes' principle, floating, submersion, gravitational force, watercraft, airlock, density, descending, rising, average density, air, sub, fluid, sluice, mechanics, physics

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