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Nuclear marine propulsion is propulsion of a ship or submarine ...

wikipedia - 13 Sep 2016
Nuclear marine propulsion is propulsion of a ship or submarine with heat provided by a nuclear power plant. The power plant heats water to produce steam and it is this steam that powers the steam turbines and turbo generators. The power is then transferred to a gearbox that reduces the ratio by around 50 to 1 and this powers the propulsor. Naval nuclear propulsion is used specifically within naval warships (see Nuclear navy). Very few experimental civil nuclear ships have been built.
nuclear marine propulsion

Rolls-Royce considers sale of commercial marine unit

Financial Times - 17 Jan 2018
Although a sale of the commercial marine business is likely, according to a person with knowledge of the situation, Rolls-Royce will keep its naval marine business, which will be absorbed in an enlarged defence division. As well as closing its marine ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Key Indian nuclear submarine damaged

The Express Tribune - 09 Jan 2018
Since the accident, the submarine, built under the Advanced Technology Vessel project (ATV), has been undergoing repairs and clean up, the sources said. Besides other repair work, many pipes had to be cut open and replaced. “Cleaning up” is a laborious ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Skipjack: The Super Nuclear Submarine Russia and China Feared

The National Interest Online (blog) - 05 Jan 2018
A new, hydrodynamic hull that would fully exploit the power of the reactor was needed. In 1953 the Navy introduced a new diesel electric boat, the experimental research submarine USS Albacore. Albacore introduced a new teardrop-shaped hull, pioneered ...
nuclear marine propulsion

How Just One Simple Human Error Almost Destroyed a Missile Submarine

The National Interest Online (blog) - 13 Jan 2018
Call it a lesson learned for the Indian navy, which managed to put the country's first nuclear-missile submarine, the $2.9 billion INS Arihant, out of commission in the most boneheaded way possible. The Hindu reported yesterday that the Arihant has ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Citigroup Reaffirms Buy Rating for Rolls-Royce (RR)

The Ledger Gazette - 21 Jan 2018
Rolls-Royce logo Rolls-Royce (LON:RR)'s stock had its “buy” rating reaffirmed by equities research analysts at Citigroup in a report issued on Friday, January 12th. A number of other research firms have also recently weighed in on RR. Barclays upped ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Indian nuclear submarine grounded after hatch left open

The Times of Israel - 10 Jan 2018
The paper reported that “Arihant's propulsion compartment was damaged after water entered it,” though the Indian Defense Ministry had not responded to The Hindu's request for comment. During the massive repairs to the 6,000 ton vessel many pipes had to ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Deep diving into the facts about INS Arihant 'accident'

Economic Times - 12 Jan 2018
By YUSUF T UNJHAWALA On Monday, The Hindu reported that India's only operational nuclear ballistic missile submarine, INS Arihant, was out of action for about 10 months last year due to an accident. The report raises more questions than it answers due ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Indian key Nuclear-submarine crippled after accident

The Nation - 09 Jan 2018
Indigenous nuclear submarine of India INS Arihant has suffered major damage due to ''human error'' and has not sailed now for more than 10 months, say sources in the Navy. According to Indian newspaper The Hindu, Arihant is the most important platform ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Trump's NASA Plans Are a Nuclear Disaster Waiting to Happen

Truth-Out - 29 Dec 2017
Gagnon told Grossman that such plans have never been far from the nuclear industry's radar and that at nuclear power industry conferences, "Nuclear-powered mining colonies and nuclear-powered rockets to Mars were key themes." The topic was also covered ...
nuclear marine propulsion

Sailor forgets to close hatch on Indian nuclear submarine

American Military News - 11 Jan 2018
The Hindu first reported the story, citing a naval source. “Arihant's propulsion compartment was damaged after water entered it,” The Hindu reported. “A naval source said water rushed in as a hatch on the rear side was left open by mistake while it was ...

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