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The physics of submarines

The physics of submarines

This lesson presents the concepts of density and buoyancy through the operation of the submarine.

Physics

Author: Kovács Attila Péter

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Keywords

submarine, sea, deep sea, floating, descending, density, average density, Archimedes, Archimedes' principle, lift, hydrostatic pressure, Cartesian diver, diesel engine, nuclear power, airship, Zeppelin, hot-air balloon, motion, seawater, pressure, fuel, nuclear energy, military technology, antiquity, naturalist, physics, mechanics, hydrostatics, military strategy, technology, history

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