By Christopher Higgins
;Nuclear Submarine mess ups КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Chelsea apartment PublicationsСерия: nice failures: Reforms And RamificationsАвтор: Christopher HigginsЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2002Количество страниц: 121ISBN: 0-7910-6329-1Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 3,84 mbPresents a historical past of mess ups related to nuclear submarines, together with the Thresher, the Scorpion, and the Kursk, and explores how the research of those injuries can result in protection reform. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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Navy had successfully rescued the first submariners trapped on the bottom of the ocean, and Swede Momsen became a hero. The rescue had not been an easy one by any measure. The depth of 240 feet was beyond the limits of safe diving, and the divers involved in setting the guidelines for the rescue chamber risked suffering from the bends. Any sudden change in pressure from a slip and fall from the deck of Squalus as they attached the lines would have instantly killed a diver with the “squeeze”—the diver’s body would have been instantly compressed into his helmet.
It was a dicey moment. If the cable snapped, the chamber would tumble to the bottom of the sea, and all the men inside would drown. Momsen made a split-second decision to haul the chamber up by hand. The crew of Falcon worked as a team, carefully pulling the chamber to the surface. Oliver Naquin, the submarine’s skipper, was the last man out. S. Navy had successfully rescued the first submariners trapped on the bottom of the ocean, and Swede Momsen became a hero. The rescue had not been an easy one by any measure.
They were issued personal breathing devices and instructed in how to use them. If their submarine ran into trouble, they were expected to swim out of the sub and up to the surface for rescue—a very dangerous proposition under the best of circumstances. There had been only one rescue of crewmen trapped underwater. That occurred in 1939 when the McCann Rescue Chamber saved 33 men from USS Squalus—the only time the chamber was used in a disaster. The McCann chamber had limitations: it was a diving bell, not a submarine; plus it required that cables be attached to the deck of the A 57 58 NUCLEAR SUBMARINE DISASTERS stricken submarine, so divers first had to get to the sub to attach the cables.
Nuclear Submarine Disasters by Christopher Higgins