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Innerspace Thrusters are Headed to the Titanic in 2018

The Cyclops 2 is a research class submersible designed and developed by OceanGate out of Everett, Washington, which is scheduled to be completed in the first half of 2018. The Cyclops 2 has the capability to take up to 5 people to 4,000 meters and will be the only privately owned submersible in the world [...]

Innerspace Thrusters are Headed to the Titanic in 20182020-01-28T21:42:04+00:00

Lockheed Tests Unmanned Minehunter Using Innerspace’s 4500 Thruster

An unmanned minehunting vehicle developed by Lockheed Martin showed improved reliability in tests, moving it a step closer to use on U.S. warships. This information came right from a Navy spokesperson. An improved version of the Remote Minehunting System went through 850 hours of testing, clearing the road for 10 weeks of development and operational [...]

Lockheed Tests Unmanned Minehunter Using Innerspace’s 4500 Thruster2020-01-28T21:44:18+00:00

OceanGate and UW APL Design Manned Submersible

  In May 2013, OceanGate announced the launch of Project Cyclops, a collaboration with the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Lab to build a revolutionary new manned submersible. Project Cyclops was born out of OceanGate’s appreciation for the complexity of subsea environments and the need for a diverse set of tools and technology to address [...]

OceanGate and UW APL Design Manned Submersible2020-01-28T19:48:57+00:00

Relationships – Self Propelled Underwater Vehicles In Steady Motion

RELATIONSHIPS FOR SELF PROPELLED UNDERWATER VEHICLES IN STEADY MOTION - by Calvin A. Gongwer ABSTRACT A method is given for estimating propulsion performance for underwater vehicles in which the effect of the vehicle wake is taken into account. Computation charts for use of designers are included. The method is generalized so that it is applicable to [...]

Relationships – Self Propelled Underwater Vehicles In Steady Motion2020-01-28T22:44:58+00:00

Hex Screen Dissertation

A DIRECTIONAL SCREEN SYSTEM FOR REVERSIBLE MARINE THRUSTERS - by Calvin A. Gongwer Introduction Marine vehicles, from large ships to umbilically controlled underwater robots (ROV’s) and small submarines, use ducted propeller  thrusters to control their position and attitude and, except for the ships and some submarines, to provide their main propulsion.   These thrusters have [...]

Hex Screen Dissertation2020-01-28T20:19:35+00:00