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Warship 2005: Naval Submarines 8


This conference, to be held in London (UK), will discuss the changing face of naval warfare means that the role of the submarine has altered in recent years. Their use is increasingly moving away from the open ocean into shallower waters and the littoral.

Most navies are currently facing a reduction in resources, which will also affect the design of future submarines and size of complement. Lower complements are becoming more attractive with advances such as total integration of combat systems, machinery controls and data presentation. However, lower complements mean improved support infrastructures are required. Much can be done in making the submarine more ‘support friendly’ with more efficient supply chains both in production and for support. The issue of safety aboard submarines is becoming increasingly important. Effective evacuation and fire fighting are complicated by the enclosed atmosphere and deep operation. A further issue is the resolution of minor incidents, such as onboard fires, while still retaining covert operations.


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