Submarine Design

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by karabacak, Oct 14, 2009.

  1. karabacak
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    karabacak Junior Member

    Hello,

    I am wrting this mail from Turkey. We are the last year students of Istanbul Technical University Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Department. We are thinking about design a submersible for a competition that organised The Chamber of Turkish Naval Architects & Marine Engineers. We need proffesional help about our project especially for submerged devices stabilty. Can you help us about this way?


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    Huseyin KARABACAK
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  2. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Are you sure Huseyin you want a Multihull submarine?




    Nothing amazes me in Turkey................
     
  3. karabacak
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    karabacak Junior Member

    I thing I wanna design mono hull I think I wanna a submerged plane
     
  4. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    Put one hull inside the other, then you have a place for ballast tanks.
     
  5. Gannet
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    Gannet Junior Member

    What are the rules for this competition?

    Search the internet could not find anything on this competition

    What are the rules for this competition, intended application(s) or mission statement for this submersible?
     
  6. Submarine Tom

    Submarine Tom Previous Member

    "especially for submerged devices stabilty"

    Intrinsic (inherent) stability, dive planes and hydrodynamic design should provide you with submerged stability.

    I'd be more concerned with surface instability, as this is where problems more often occur.

    Tom
     
  7. karabacak
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  9. ThomD
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    I always thought a sailing trimaran sub would be cool. Amas on the surface, and the sub part would be foil shaped and submersed in the main hull position. Probably require the central section to be mostly flooded, still the idea would be to have the combination of sailing and underwater situation in one craft.
     
  10. Submarine Tom

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    ThomD

    There are plans out there for such a rig. Have a look on the Internet.

    Let me know if you can't find it and I can help.

    Tom
     
  11. DarthCluin
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  12. Submarine Tom

    Submarine Tom Previous Member

    That's the one!

    Good going Darth.

    I know a local guy who started building this but quit almost half way in.

    Tom
     
  13. Submarine Tom

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    karabacak,

    Give us a little more to work with here.

    Power source? Size? Safety requirements? Buoyancy? Control surfaces?

    Earthquake resistance?

    Stability's the easy part...

    What have you got so far?

    Tom
     
  14. karabacak
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    karabacak Junior Member

    Submarine Tom
    Ma aim is designigning a submerged plane.
    I wanna use just dynamic dive for going deep
    I thing I wanna use gas trıbunes and being as fast as possible than going underwater.
    and th emain thing about this project I wanna develop my self on submarines...
     

  15. Submarine Tom

    Submarine Tom Previous Member

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