In the mysterious world of the ocean, the recent disappearance of a cruise ship has caused a stir and raises a series of challenging questions. With the name “Submarine Implosion Video – Titanic submarine went missing on Sunday”, this incident quickly became the focus of public attention, and the website thinkking.vn stood out to analyze and explore the hidden corners behind this mysterious story.
I. Information about the disappearance of the Titan ship on Sunday.
Five people were on board Titan, the 22ft craft taking paying tourists to view the wreck 12,500ft under water when they lost signal on Sunday in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, 370 miles off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
British billionaire Hamish Harding has been confirmed as one of the five on board the vessel, along with OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush, French explorer Paul-Henri Nargeolet, UK-based Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood, 48, and his 19-year-old son Sulaiman Dawood.
II. Variety of potential threats’ for missing Titanic submarine
III. Titan ship search effort and information
Rescue teams from the United States and Canada are still trying to find the ship, which is believed to have made one final ‘ping’ while directly above the wreck of the Titanic, before running out of air on board. The submarine is said to have enough oxygen to survive underwater until 12pm on Thursday UK time (7am EST).
But an explosion meant that all hope was long gone. If any part of the carbon fiber and titanium hull of the submersible has a small crack or defect, a deadly explosion will occur.
And on Monday night, Harris explained to Watters on his show that Titan descended to an extraordinary depth to reach the wreck of the Titanic – which took about two and a half hours and more than 10,000 feet.
IV. Worse-case concerns could happen
The worst-case scenario for the Titan when diving at depths of more than 10,000 feet is a fatal accident. With this depth, the Titan is exposed to an extremely harsh marine environment, full of risks and challenges.
One of the main hazards is water pressure. At such great depths, the water pressure on the Titan will increase significantly above normal pressure, which can cause stress and strain on the ship’s structure. If not properly designed and built, ships can be damaged or even broken in half due to strong pressure.
In addition, another problem is the problem of power supply and system management. At great depths, sunlight cannot penetrate, which requires Titan to have an efficient backup power system. The oxygen management system and the air conditioning system are also factors that need to be scrutinized to ensure the safety and survival of the crew.
Furthermore, the deep sea environment is full of natural hazards such as strong currents, high waves and complex terrain. The Titan must be able to withstand these impacts and ensure stability during diving to great depths.
In the worst case scenario, the Titan could experience technical problems, breakdown or lose contact with the operating crew. This may result in loss or failure to return to the surface safely.
Given the risks and challenges that depths of more than 10,000 feet bring, diving here is a dangerous task and requires careful preparation as well as specialized skills.
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