How Do Nuclear Submarines Make Oxygen?- Smarter Every Day 251

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StabbyJoe135 51 dakika önce
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New Jargon
New Jargon 3 saatler önce
Thank you for the video, so interesting to me. Didn't know exactly how this worked, never actually thought about it. Amazing engineering.
zHowie 5 dakika önce
I wonder if you think a contact could be in the shadow zone - you could use some kind of very sensitive hydrogen detector to see hydrogen being released from a sub due to the electrolysis on board - or a sensitive CO2 sensor to see where there's more of that than there should be... but they're probably released in bursts so you could never get a constant position... or something... loving this series!!
Tim Gruver
Tim Gruver 10 dakika önce
Every one knows there's a little tube that floats on top of the water. It's been top secret for years.
butters 10 dakika önce
Its a pleasure to see professionals at work. and a really interesting class.
Cmoore Butz
Cmoore Butz 12 dakika önce
Guy at 4:46: "nope"
Bruno Oliveira
Bruno Oliveira 12 dakika önce
what does a submarine smell like?
Matthew Miller
Matthew Miller 14 dakika önce
Lowest O2 I have personally seen is 14.8%, what is yours?
charleskimbac 14 dakika önce
great vid w/ further explanation + drawings, ty :)
Poodleinacan 15 dakika önce
10:26 Give that guy some props. He brought hair paste with him, to have presentable hair in the sub at all time.
J.T.Patton 16 dakika önce
Boopersnoot! LOVE it! :D
Red Planet
Red Planet 19 dakika önce
Very cool. These sailors are impressive.
Reelax Outdoors
Reelax Outdoors 19 dakika önce
We don't run out of air because we subscribed, liked and commented on another Smarter everyday video.
Bionic Cornet
Bionic Cornet 20 dakika önce
Just put a bunch of plants on board because they breath in carbon dioxide and breath out oxygen lol I wish
Łukasz Kucharski
Łukasz Kucharski 30 dakika önce
I dunno why, but I giggled at the idea of silent CO2 farts into the waterm. Esp. given how imporant it is, the more silent you make the farts, the more deadly you are.
thejordanbrooks 30 dakika önce
I've been waiting for more submarine videos! When I was little I wanted to be a firetruck or a submarine. Yes, the vehicles, not the person who operates them.
David Hoover
David Hoover 36 dakika önce
Even you an Engineer looked totally confused.
heddu you
heddu you 40 dakika önce
How many candles does a sub like that carry? Must be at least a few hundred
InsanitySoldSeparately 48 dakika önce
I love his child like qualities but he’s also so intelligent and it’s very awesome to watch and hear all his questions and get good answers!
Ben Jackson
Ben Jackson 50 dakika önce
I have my coveralls wrapped up in plastic bags to preserve the smell. Makes for a great smell and tell.
MyUnquenchableThirst 53 dakika önce
can raycons pair to two different phones at the same time?
Richard Marble
Richard Marble 55 dakika önce
We had OBA's (Oxygen breathing apparatus) for going into smoke filled compartments while fighting fires. I believe that It is the same principle on a smaller scale. It has been 50 years ago so I don't know if they still use them. i was in aviation.
The Jon
The Jon 57 dakika önce
The inside of the sub looks like a basement filled with 1980s technology lol
MeTube Galvez
MeTube Galvez Saatler önce
oo look its Austin Evans lol
Ker Loz
Ker Loz Saatler önce
The unique steel optimally sneeze because stew significantly lick up a testy meteorology. bashful, soggy sailboat
Daniel Kolbin
Daniel Kolbin Saatler önce
always wondered that
Cole Saatler önce
I’m just waiting for you to get your fish. You’re already there.
blusafe1 Saatler önce
Preheating fluid is a common motif with boiler systems. It's very efficient to add a bit of heat to inline feed lines.
Brandon Tripp
Brandon Tripp Saatler önce
What was he saying? DOW?
Milky Rinoa
Milky Rinoa Saatler önce
He referred to two adjectives to describe Anime. He said, RICH anime and he said LEAN Anime... LEAN anime is something like Boku no Pico?
warhorse03826 Saatler önce
I had a friend that worked at the portsmouth naval shipyard on the reactors. he used to tap hydrogen off the reactor, put it in a trashbag, tie it off and attack a tinfoil hatch cover to it. then he'd let it go. the local air force base would send out interceptors to figure out what these weird radar reflections were..strong when the foil was facing the radar, nothing when edge on. they never found anything and the people at the shipyard had a good laugh over it...
Hey You
Hey You Saatler önce
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Shiznaft Saatler önce
So cool that the Navy allowed you access to the ship for this. Really interesting.
NightRogue Saatler önce
love this series!! the bestest
Did4 U2B
Did4 U2B Saatler önce
This is high confidential material, now exposed to the world, especially the enemies of US.
JohnRoads Saatler önce
The heat exchanger preheats the "Rich" MEA with the "Lean" MEA to save energy.
BlisteredThumb Saatler önce
The O2 generator with the amine scrubber. Mmmmm.. smells like home
BlisteredThumb Saatler önce
We call it the bomb.
craig me
craig me Saatler önce
Made to destroy humanity. The ultimate weapon of mass destruction. Waaaa? Didn't the US start a war because. Culture of death. Do a show about what drives the US death culture
FP Sentinel
FP Sentinel 2 saatler önce
8:00 Caaaarllll that kills people
Penguin_001 2 saatler önce
ok fine there was 999 dislikes i had to do it...
The Quartersawn Craftsman
R/O units in shaft alley ports side
L J 2 saatler önce
Did we just learned how to maybe you know get rid of a lousy spouse with sea water and some wires? How traceable that would be? Asking for a friend.
ROBERTHALL 2 saatler önce
So once the co2 is scrubbed and released in to the ocean does that mean that bubbles would rise to the surface or does saltwater absorb the co2
BackPandaz 2 saatler önce
19:25 Dude, they look like father and son
Scrufboy! 2 saatler önce
Love your channel... But pushing garbage headphones that DO NOT sound as good as.... Kind of shameful. Be Well!
YeshuaAgapao 2 saatler önce
1 Torr is 1.33322 millibar 1 PSI is 51.7149 Torr
Haszasin Haszu
Haszasin Haszu 2 saatler önce
u r fakin 2 smart
Just Noah
Just Noah 2 saatler önce
"I'm from Ohio" So you know the pain and suffering of this state? Good good.
Chasmodius 2 saatler önce
I get that the military prioritizes reliability over almost everything else (much like the Apollo computer), But the UI on that CAMS system looks seriously frustrating to use, not to mention how slow it was to update readings. Honestly, I'm a little surprised that they only have one backup system each for oxygen and CO2, though I suppose most of the time surfacing acts as your final backup. I do like that they are essentially passive, though.
Ganesh Karan
Ganesh Karan 2 saatler önce
Great content. Enjoyed every bit.
Clint Gillespie
Clint Gillespie 2 saatler önce
I love your submarine series. Almost makes me want to go enlist.
DIY King
DIY King 2 saatler önce
Thank you Dustin! Fantastic series overall, and a terrific walk-through on this topic. My boys and I loved it.
Steven Bradley
Steven Bradley 2 saatler önce
The burning the candle to make oxygen reminds of a device I used to use in the Navy for combating fires. It was called a chemox breathing apparatus. You could put it on and still breath in smoke filled compartment and fight a fire.
James Huffman
James Huffman 2 saatler önce
Haven't see all these videos so maybe it was covered but what do they do with their trash?
JD Willemsen
JD Willemsen 2 saatler önce
Why do I think Hollywood is watching these series to get accuracy in the movies.
said hossain
said hossain 2 saatler önce
use water
Laser Man
Laser Man 2 saatler önce
BZ sailors
soundspark 2 saatler önce
What do you honestly think of Raycon? Tell us your honest opinion, not what they force you to say.
aaron3009 2 saatler önce
José M
José M 2 saatler önce
Hola, que bien estaría si hicieras estos videos doblados al español o subtitulados al igual que tu colega Veritasium, saludos desde Montevideo Uruguay!!!!
Jeb Broham
Jeb Broham 3 saatler önce
The Germans did it first, as with practically everything else we use in today's world.
Haroldo Malta
Haroldo Malta 49 dakika önce
Von Braun and his team made the V2 rocket operational in record time (without it what would we be? Satellites, GPS ...) Compressed air catapults to launch the V1s, now used in aircraft carriers and how many more ...
Jacob Thompson
Jacob Thompson 3 saatler önce
The Sodium-Chlorate + Iron is the same reaction used in emergency oxygen systems jet aircraft.
Jason Carter
Jason Carter 3 saatler önce
had a lot of trouble understanding that Iowa guy's accent. Is that a hillbilly dialect or something ?
Andy D
Andy D 3 saatler önce
God this kills me to even post this question .......But here I go.......When the CO2 gets pumped over board ........it is done so as a gas ........when it filters through the seawater of the ocean.......how does it emerge at the surface , where it returns to its gaseous state?
MrZeroHero 3 saatler önce
Def one of the coolest episodes by far. Loving this series and excited for future series. I got my dad who was a Chief Petty Officer in the Navy hooked on your videos and we talk about them after we both view them. Thank you.
Wme Emw
Wme Emw 3 saatler önce
Wow !!! He comes up with interesting wats to learn.
DOOM GUY 3 saatler önce
Do they have CAMS in the bedroom? hehe
Sweetenshi 3 saatler önce
I feel like this would make a great concept for a new Among Us map.
dankful 3 saatler önce
“can you show me”
DOOM GUY 3 saatler önce
атомная подводная лодка!
Matthew Glaser
Matthew Glaser 3 saatler önce
Looks like that first reaction (Fe +O2) --> Fe2O3 + O (should have an extra oxygen). Looks like the free oxygen should combine with a free oxygen from the NaClO3 to actually make NaCl + 2 O2. Just say'n. The first reaction uses all existing oxygen, so I guess the net benefit is three new airborne oxygen atoms that were previously in the NaClO3.
TheGuysGuide 3 saatler önce
I could tell this was a military ship by all the clean shaven faces, the "yes-sirs", and the fact that nobody could explain why they were doing what they were doing
Mihails Ļevčenkovs
Mihails Ļevčenkovs 3 saatler önce
If anyone wonder what "smell" sailors say they carry after a voyage in their clothes because of MEA, most if not all amine compouns smell of rotten fish is how I can best describe it. Would be quite a nauseous trip if it were to spill
Jeff R. Allen
Jeff R. Allen 3 saatler önce
"Somehow" the CO2 becomes little bubbles. Bet that's classified up the wazoo.
Lewis M
Lewis M 3 saatler önce
The dude in the beginning he talked to is so smart his words come out of his mouth slower then his brain processes them. I'm very happy to have people like him running sub safety for us.
Archie The Dog
Archie The Dog 3 saatler önce
Mechanics have those sniffers but probably not as robust.
Coop Aloop
Coop Aloop 3 saatler önce
Man I really am starting to realize why submarines cost so much money this is a fantastic series.
Mr Nobody
Mr Nobody 3 saatler önce
Soooo...would an alarm go off if everyone started farting in the mess hall at the same time? just curious...
Nephi Ginnett
Nephi Ginnett 3 saatler önce
another mystery solved. Thanks Destin
Bewm B.
Bewm B. 3 saatler önce
So oxygen level monitor looks like interface from Fallout New Vegas? Noted.
AJ Constantine
AJ Constantine 3 saatler önce
This video begs but one question: Who farted?
Jeff R. Allen
Jeff R. Allen 3 saatler önce
Seaman: there's an x to do y. Destin: Cool, can I see one?!
G C 3 saatler önce
Subs use magical spells to keep people breathing underwater.
Псина Злой
Псина Злой 4 saatler önce
As a foreigner not familiar with USA's military tech, when I saw that orange retro oxygen monitoring display, I thought 'ooh, Fallout'. So that's where that inspiration is coming from...
drizzt94720 4 saatler önce
What's with all the advertisements on youtube now? Are they trying to get me to sign up for Cable?
The Industrialist
The Industrialist 4 saatler önce
I never knew I needed to know this but I fully enjoyed this. Thanks Dustin
John Gamez
John Gamez 4 saatler önce
This was crazy interesting, and incredible that Naval leadership would approve this type of educational material being filmed, produced, and released for public consumption. Very cool! I'm wondering if you've considered videos similar to this one, but in analysis of different military aircraft? As a military and aviation nerd, I feel like a SmarterEveryDay video on military aircraft would be something amazing!
Dirk Boersma
Dirk Boersma 4 saatler önce
Immensely interesting! I am glued to the screen. The questions you ask are so intelligent and help you to get more information while you are talking with the guy explaining things. Second takeaway: these nuclear boats are marvels of engineering, containing so many different technologies to make the boat operational. Thirdly the process of extracting CO2 from the air is just as exciting as generating oxygen.
Odist Abettor
Odist Abettor 4 saatler önce
MEA is def one of those words where if I hadn't heard it said out loud and only read the word, I wouldn't have thought to pronounce it that way.
drumermp 4 saatler önce
I had to google booper snoot after that :)
RICK HARINCK 4 saatler önce
Clinckers sounds like the dutch word 'klinkers' which is a another word for bricks. Maybe that's why they call it clinckers?
David A.Vasquez
David A.Vasquez 4 saatler önce
Swamp coolers also wash air and can remove some CO2 , some VOC's, some smog,.
sid B
sid B 4 saatler önce
wow! so any HVAC technician can apply for this job! :)
The Greedy Orphan
The Greedy Orphan 4 saatler önce
That might explain how they survived in the bunker at the end of Greenland, would love to see a video explaining how they'd survive after exiting the bunker.
GeneralWarned 4 saatler önce
That's so fun. :D
Not You
Not You 4 saatler önce
Once I was starting a kart motor and it won’t stop even if I stopped the air flow was this the a delta fire or am I dump
Introvert Airways
Introvert Airways 3 saatler önce
I bet you were not stopping the airflow, those engines definitely need air
Tinman 4 saatler önce
but i thought we don’t breath just pure O2 and that is not good for us. Isn’t it?
BHarm 4 saatler önce
Well done sir! Again, you have raised the bar. Most interesting
Sam W
Sam W 4 saatler önce
Kudos to the navy dude in the video, he knew his stuff and very genuine
DarkNineTwo Rides
DarkNineTwo Rides 4 saatler önce
I don't know if there are any other mechanics/technicians on here, but am I the only one that thought it was cool that a multi million dollar military submarine uses the same tech that we do? Lol Us techs/mechs have refrigerant "sniffers" as well
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