2019 was a significant year for Submarine development



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The underground scene in the world is changing rapidly, and it is felt that 2019 was the start of an increase in the impact of development. Maybe shortly after the end of the Cold War, or due to the revolutionary era of the next industry, things get hotter.

From the perspective of the history books, my view to some extent the most important new sub-2019 was Belgorod. The last Russian submarine, launched on April 24 at Seprodvinsk. She is the only person in the class called & # 39; Typhoon Class & # 39; in terms of size. But its importance is not limited to its size. It is expected to be the first subdivision to carry Russia with a heavy-duty, Poseidon Intercontinental Nuclear-Power Nuclear Power. A good word could be & # 39; mega torpedo. & # 39; It is designed to be 20 to 30 times the size of a conventional torpedo, or twice the size of a ballistic missile, and to carry 2 megaton nuclear warfare, capable of targeting coastal cities. like New York or San Francisco. With unlimited importance and deep dive capabilities, if implemented as described, it will be difficult to prevent.

And Belgorod she has another trick in her hands. With 6 Poseidons, she can represent the mother of the submarine in the deep diving divisions of Russia. These can work on telecommunications cables, such as internet cables, below the surface. This makes it possible to use subversive spying together.

Russia will not be alone in book history books. The US Navy issued its first international contract for a large number of unmanned aerial vehicles (XLUUV) in February. Boeing will build an Orca XLUUV which is really a full size submarine but will crash because it has no crew. Orca is likely to go into history as one of the most important designs ever displayed, until no other country has beaten America.

Japan, the second lithium-ion batteries equipped the Soryu Class submarine it was launched in November. This increases the amount of water in the sea. Surveys have slowed the adoption of new battery technology due to security reasons. So if Japan's project is considered successful it could lead to another revolution in non-nuclear technology.

On the other hand, France launched its first Sub-Submarine Training Suffren nuclear power plant in July. Heavy boats and wonderful boats, these are rare Marine NationaleComes with US Navy & # 39; s Navy in the Virginia Class and Royal Navy & # 39; s Astute Class.

And on the other end of the spectrum, Myanmar got its first subcontinent. The Kilo Class boat has already been used by the Indian Navy and will be used to improve maritime capabilities. This is part of a broader trend that is seen in many small vessels that build low power. Maybe this is the biggest trend in the world, hidden behind the headline-grabbing of major maritime projects?

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The underground scene in the world is changing rapidly, and it is felt that 2019 was the start of an increase in the impact of development. Maybe shortly after the end of the Cold War, or due to the revolutionary era of the next industry, things get hotter.

From the perspective of the history books, my view to some extent the most important new sub-2019 was Belgorod. The last Russian submarine, launched on April 24 at Seprodvinsk. She is the only person in the class called & # 39; Typhoon Class & # 39; in terms of size. But its importance is not limited to its size. It is expected to be the first subdivision to carry Russia with a heavy-duty, Poseidon Intercontinental Nuclear-Power Nuclear Power. A good word could be & # 39; mega torpedo. & # 39; It is designed to be 20 to 30 times the size of a conventional torpedo, or twice the size of a ballistic missile, and to carry 2 megaton nuclear warfare, capable of targeting coastal cities. like New York or San Francisco. With unlimited importance and deep dive capabilities, if implemented as described, it will be difficult to prevent.

And Belgorod she has another trick in her hands. With 6 Poseidons, she can represent the mother of a submarine in the diving subdivisions of Russia. These can work on telecommunications cables, such as internet cables, below the surface. This makes it possible to use subversive spying together.

Russia will not be alone in book history books. The US Navy issued its first international contract for a large number of unmanned aerial vehicles (XLUUV) in February. Boeing will build an Orca XLUUV which is really a full size submarine but will crash because it has no crew. Orca is likely to go into history as one of the most important designs ever displayed, until no other country has beaten America.

In Japan, the second lithium-ion battery equipped with the Smaru Class submarine was launched in November. This increases the amount of water in the sea. The surveys have slowed down the adoption of new battery technology due to safety concerns. So if Japan's project is considered successful it could lead to another revolution in non-nuclear technology.

On the other hand, France launched its first Sub-Submarine Training Suffren nuclear power plant in July. Heavy boats and wonderful boats, these are rare Marine NationaleComes with US Navy & # 39; s Navy in the Virginia Class and Royal Navy & # 39; s Astute Class.

And on the other end of the spectrum, Myanmar got its first subcontinent. The Kilo Class boat is already used by the Indian Navy and will be used to improve maritime capabilities. This is part of a broader trend that is seen by many small ships that build low power. Maybe this is the biggest trend in the world, hidden behind the headline-grabbing of major maritime projects?

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