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

21 févr. 2021
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    SmarterEveryDaySmarterEveryDayIl y a 7 jours
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      WaveRainWaveRainIl y a 2 heures
    • do they need to replace gases like nitrogen?

      Geoff CUNNINGHAMGeoff CUNNINGHAMIl y a 8 heures
    • @Stan Ervin The idea is plausible; however, the lower the efficiency of the plant the more toxicity is generated. I think that is where the problem begins because the benefit verse the compound detriments create a negative cycle. In the natural environment those conditions can be overcome, but in a dependent environment where the oxygen generation is a necessity, those negatives make a no go situation. I like your determination, there is definitely an answer somewhere.

      Gw BuilderGw BuilderIl y a 14 heures
    • @Gw Builder Thank you for the input/clarification. My thoughts were leaning towards the use of ultra efficient low power consumption LEDs in a spectrum of sufficient fine tuning to obtain maximum O2 generation, perhaps utilizing arrays of Fresnel lenses. Just seems plausible. I feel like it could be utilized to oxygenate the vessel at least in a supplemental role with other methods that are currently implemented, even if a 25% level of impact is realized.

      Stan ErvinStan ErvinIl y a 15 heures
  • Russia: take notes comrade, free capitalist upgrades...

    Suki MuSuki MuIl y a 7 minutes
  • Why doesn’t earth run out of air?

    Terd FergusonTerd FergusonIl y a 7 minutes
  • wow! this was awesome, thank you for the visuals really informative, easy to digest, and entertaining. keep the lessons coming

    George GarciaGeorge GarciaIl y a 14 minutes
  • Those people most be important to the government, aren’t they?

    Darius TanzDarius TanzIl y a 16 minutes
  • They use Nokia’s to give them unlimited air

    One piece is good change my mind :One piece is good change my mind :Il y a 16 minutes
  • Why isn’t technology like this being used in Countries with the poorest air quality? Is that even possible?

    Savanah BustleSavanah BustleIl y a 17 minutes
  • instead of releasing it into the atmosphere, Those guys should store the hydrogen into tanks at the very least. it's useful, and they've got to create tons of it if they make so much oxygen via electrolysis. have it done, I'm sure hydrogen could be useful for the army loll.

    jonathan morandjonathan morandIl y a 25 minutes
  • what about nitrogen content in the air almost 78% .. ?

    OrBiTaL18OrBiTaL18Il y a 26 minutes
  • Amazing

    the_lane_26 _the_lane_26 _Il y a 30 minutes
  • Great video! Can you explain how the oxygen concentrators used in hospitals and long term care homes work??

    Jerry ZakariasenJerry ZakariasenIl y a 30 minutes
  • So I could turn a bath tub upside down create an air pocket and take 2 handheld passive systems with me and I could survive for a few hours?Cool.

    J RJ RIl y a 30 minutes
  • Way to not follow the MRC and wear proper ppe

    holiday2010holiday2010Il y a 34 minutes
  • Hey Destin! I genuinely get smarter every day with your videos! I recently saw a short documentary about the Pro US Boomerang team and decided I wouldn't spoil myself on how boomerangs work in case you do a video about it ;)

    soraXharusoraXharuIl y a 37 minutes
  • Very interesting. Great content. So, by my calculations, at the time you were filming, the oxygen percentage for the sub was about 19%. That is the O2 torr / total torr. 19% is fine for sustaining human life but I wonder why they don't shoot for 21% (what we typically breath at sea level). Any idea?

    hockeymann88hockeymann88Il y a 48 minutes
  • Every state looking at this and decided to research this tec or reverse engineered it is now thinking to settle along the coastline in civilization

    Heat Productions OfficialHeat Productions OfficialIl y a 56 minutes
  • Did they show you how they use relative bearing grease?

    Roy PublicRoy PublicIl y a 58 minutes
  • That was awesome

    PatrickPatrickIl y a heure
  • Wow I am very surprised how much freedom they gave you to record from amr to middle level like that. You can see COB in the background wanting to say something too. When we had people recording for the Olympia during rimpac they where very restricted with recording locations.

    Barkeeper KvothBarkeeper KvothIl y a heure
    • @minij hooi what?

      Barkeeper KvothBarkeeper KvothIl y a 18 minutes
    • Who is the Impostor?

      minij hooiminij hooiIl y a heure
  • First guy I ever met from Ohio in the military pointed out that the Ohio state flag is the only state flag that’s a pennant.... Oh!

    Rosa AmarilloRosa AmarilloIl y a heure
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  • Thanks, I learned something new! And thanks to those guys on submarine, who let you make the video.

    Nitta ReisshieNitta ReisshieIl y a heure
  • Did you say impordant instead of important??

    Mike PattersonMike PattersonIl y a heure
  • So, to explain the pre-heating of the MEA, it is done by a heat exchanger. Think of it like a radiator, on one side you have the recently boiled Lean MEA, on the other you have the cold Rich MEA. The thermal energy is transferred across the heat exchanger, simultaneously cooling the Lean MEA and heating the Rich MEA. It's more efficient in several ways. 1) if you already have something hot nearby, why waste the energy heating it up if you can sap heat from something you want to cool. 2) cool MEA absorbs CO2 better, so you spend less energy cooling it before it is sent back to the absorbing tower.

    jackal13anternjackal13anternIl y a heure
  • Princess Boophersnoot! I love it! Thanks, Destin!

    Stu RStu RIl y a heure
  • I always knew that I'd be rich if I grew up in the 80's

    Negro DamascusNegro DamascusIl y a heure
  • got claustrophobia just from watching this

    Oxim2100Oxim2100Il y a heure
  • There's a lot more woodgrain on that then I'd think, Looks more like an RV than the cold steel hatches of most submarine movies n such.

    Tre916Tre916Il y a 2 heures
  • I know why they picked this sailor for the video in the beginning

    NOT LAGNOT LAGIl y a 2 heures
  • Is it just me or his accent is extremely difficult to undertand??

    Tran minh KhoiTran minh KhoiIl y a 2 heures
  • My next suggestion is : us coast gard capture a submarine with $60 mil of cocaine Fair to say the cartel are taking note till the start of this series

    whatever 12whatever 12Il y a 2 heures
  • Are the iron and sodium chlorate candle available for civilian use? Would be nice to have a few of these in a survival bunker. 🇺🇸

    U.S. MilitiaU.S. MilitiaIl y a 2 heures
  • Pavel works hard!

    Zac DukeZac DukeIl y a 2 heures
  • Does it have to be purified water or can any fresh water be used?

    U.S. MilitiaU.S. MilitiaIl y a 2 heures
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  • The adventurous bladder unlikely untidy because boy perplexingly curve an a spooky lynx. racial, earsplitting booklet

    Mario YuMario YuIl y a 3 heures
  • Who is the Impostor?

    Ne WäschNe WäschIl y a 3 heures
  • Just ask *Pavel*

    Envy VotexツEnvy VotexツIl y a 3 heures
  • Reverse osmosis! 🥰

    Rene Hernandez A.Rene Hernandez A.Il y a 3 heures
  • 19:43 After understand this,how product O2 in Submarin, i think on tragedy on Kursk,those unlucky Submariner dont has chance to survive....

    alfpolo29alfpolo29Il y a 3 heures
  • However to can operated like Submariner you will be a graduated or samething:) I think that in "all army" the Submariner are the most specialized soldier,they should know a many thing...

    alfpolo29alfpolo29Il y a 3 heures
  • To those wondering why you need to heat up the MEA. Any physicists among us thought : "Why is this not a perpetuum mobile ?" The secret lies in the heating. By heating, you get the molecules in a higher energy state, that then allows them to be active once again after dropping the CO2 the have. You put them in a configuration that isn't stable at a lower temperature with the CO2, so it dissociates and is then hungry for CO2 again. Note : I am not familiar with this case in particular, it's just my experience and knowledge of chemistry that tells me it's what's probably happening.

    Carl Witold Jontza MiskiewiczCarl Witold Jontza MiskiewiczIl y a 3 heures
  • Let's be for real, the drawing's amazing!!! 1:00

    Shiv SinghShiv SinghIl y a 3 heures
  • Is nobody going to say how he's a grown kid laughing about ear hole... I'm not gonna lie... I laughed

    Seth NaugleSeth NaugleIl y a 3 heures
  • He barely looks 19 i swear😂

    AthexAthexIl y a 3 heures
  • In Submarines on "new generation" all is valuted,but in old Submarines? For example in first Submarine or Submarine on WII?

    alfpolo29alfpolo29Il y a 3 heures
  • How many candles do they have on board at a time? Or is that classified information?

    tfive24tfive24Il y a 3 heures
  • it the same system that are in I.S.S. International Space Station?

    alfpolo29alfpolo29Il y a 3 heures
  • CHto ne hotel glyadet',

    Gloria FrancesGloria FrancesIl y a 3 heures
  • Very cool, actually learnt something.

    Jason WaldenJason WaldenIl y a 3 heures
  • Man sub guys always wearin sneakers gotta love it not the tube living tho

    JimmyspitsuptheworldJimmyspitsuptheworldIl y a 4 heures
  • Should be classified info, we do not want adversaries to steal our submarines' oxygenated technology, it is crucial because we want our adversaries submarines to surface for air often so we can detect and track them, especially CHINA, they are master in chemistry but also master in stealing IP and technology so we need to be more careful with sharing or educating these kind of military technology. My point here is to protect our military technology from foe.

    Maddog PhamMaddog PhamIl y a 4 heures
  • idk Destin be actin kinda sus

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    Steven JacksonSteven JacksonIl y a 4 heures
  • In one word: chemistry.

    Samira PeriSamira PeriIl y a 4 heures
  • He’s so cringe around the Submariners, I can’t handle it and I’m always forced to skip to the next video. It’s a shame because I’m sure there’s a lot of great things to learn but the level of cringe is just TOO much🤦🏽‍♂️

    Maksim GhyvoronskyMaksim GhyvoronskyIl y a 4 heures
    • Find your nuts Maksim and i bet they loved having someone knowledgable on ship documenting and sharing in what they do everyday. skip-on the KOOK

      Aaron S.Aaron S.Il y a 4 heures
  • That’s what non-subs usually think

    DigitalDummyDigitalDummyIl y a 4 heures
  • You’d think it’s easy, there’s water everywhere. It has oxygen in it, and co2 can remove carbon to leave oxygen from that too... you just need a way to expel the hydrogen and or carbon.

    GokouZWARGokouZWARIl y a 4 heures
  • There are curtains that have pouches in them that are hung throughout the boat that we pour LiOH into. its not sprinkled freely.

    JuggaloVampyireJuggaloVampyireIl y a 4 heures
  • The MEA process, is very similar to how we sweeten sour natural gas, super cool

    Judge GrimrodJudge GrimrodIl y a 4 heures
  • hi

    robloxz ProGamerrobloxz ProGamerIl y a 4 heures
  • Me walking out of my room and finding out company is over 4:35

    ErikErikIl y a 4 heures
  • AC repair technicians use the same kind of gauge

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  • Dow is the genius version of calfreezy

    Aime TrollsAime TrollsIl y a 4 heures
  • they have a lot of trees there, don't watch the video, that's the answer.

    I_am_a_real_catI_am_a_real_catIl y a 4 heures
  • 4:56 bruh the guy on the left just looks into the camera and makes a face

    Diego GonzalezDiego GonzalezIl y a 5 heures
  • palnt

    Jolyne CujohJolyne CujohIl y a 5 heures
  • Do you heard about "Oxygen not included" game?

    Nick ArrowNick ArrowIl y a 5 heures
  • Why do people dislike these videos? They’re so good!

    Keenan MyersKeenan MyersIl y a 5 heures
  • Brought back memories. 22:18 Oh yeah, I tossed quite a few shirts bc of the strong amine smell and stains.😖

    mrbigg151mrbigg151Il y a 5 heures
  • so i was looking at the video and realized some of the men we’re wearing normal shoes like we would is the no dress code?

    Eric MejiaEric MejiaIl y a 5 heures
  • Do we see how they monitor and manage heat on-board? Seems like the submarine is producing a lot of heat. Do they just use a refrigerant to transfer heat to the surrounding water? And if so, how much do they have to insulate the ship? If the power cuts out what's their backup cooling system?

    Dwagin ConDwagin ConIl y a 5 heures
  • I see my boy at 13:00 got that sneaker chit so he doesn't have to wear boots huh 😂 Edit: I learned something new myself. Apparently on submarines boots aren't required. I believe I saw the XO wearing sneakers so I got curious. It seems submariners aren't required to wear boots underway. I'm sure there's other reasons but sneakers are quieter than the Navy issued boots and obviously that's paramount when in the Silent Service. I never spent time on a submarine, I was either afloat or attached to aviation so there's a lot I don't know about submariners. Even being in the Navy for almost eight years, you still taught me something new even if inadvertently!

    T. L.T. L.Il y a 5 heures
  • What's up with that model rocket changing position behind you?

    screwup76 gmscrewup76 gmIl y a 5 heures
  • When the electrolysis happens inside the sub, what do they do with the Hydrogen gas produced?

    Aquatic LogicAquatic LogicIl y a 5 heures
    • Discharge it overboard.

      Eddie J. G.Eddie J. G.Il y a heure
  • Plumbers’ nightmare

    Icey JuniorIcey JuniorIl y a 5 heures
  • Do You have wifi on a submarine?

    progamerali777progamerali777Il y a 5 heures
    • No

      Eddie J. G.Eddie J. G.Il y a heure
  • Electrolysis

    screwup76 gmscrewup76 gmIl y a 5 heures
  • I've never heard of these candles. This is amazing. And not only for submarines, but also atomic bunkers, biospheres, spacestations, etc.. Really cool!

    devjockdevjockIl y a 6 heures
  • lol did they say there primary way of making oxygen is broken. ???

    Tiitan RutseTiitan RutseIl y a 6 heures
  • Nuke-you-ler. It’s pronounced Nuke-you-ler

    Edgar Elio DiazEdgar Elio DiazIl y a 6 heures
  • Man, I served on the Tennessee (an Ohio class sub) from 02-05. Cool to see somebody talk about this. One of the most surreal experiences was being on patrol and slowly having O2 levels drop. We got increasingly tired. When we surfaced and got back to a normal oxygen level, everybody on the boat was wired and couldn't sleep for a few days.

    Jason GardnerJason GardnerIl y a 6 heures
  • If something failed and they would have to go to the surface but the ice is to thick. Do you think they would shoot at the is and blow a hole?

    Koleka ProblemKoleka ProblemIl y a 6 heures
  • if subs don't run out of air then why is there a limit to how long it can stay submerged??

    Joseph BongiornoJoseph BongiornoIl y a 6 heures
    • @Eddie J. G. solid point 😁

      Joseph BongiornoJoseph BongiornoIl y a heure
    • Food. Just isn’t room for a farm or ranch onboard.

      Eddie J. G.Eddie J. G.Il y a heure
  • On behalf of the Chinese government, thankyou for the video of the internal layout of the boat and how stuff works.

    craig davidsoncraig davidsonIl y a 6 heures
  • [Laughs like a man who has accidentally touched hot things in the past]

    x xx xIl y a 6 heures
  • They look way too young to be serving in a millitary >.>

    Rúna KovácsRúna KovácsIl y a 6 heures
  • The raycon add is the perfect comedy end ...

    Dave daveDave daveIl y a 6 heures
  • Thanks for teaching me how to create chlorine gas in 20 secs. Lol.

    x xx xIl y a 7 heures
  • Burning a candle to make oxygen seems like a bug lol

    TheUnknownTheUnknownIl y a 7 heures
  • That awkward moment when Destin has to use the torch 🤙🏼😂

    Vaschka KoboroffVaschka KoboroffIl y a 7 heures
  • Bruh, the H-10 Pro is the best leak detector of the market, glad to see they don’t cheep out.

    the.beard.yycthe.beard.yycIl y a 7 heures
  • Can't imagine I watched almost 30 minutes of a video without noticing it, sometimes I watch +10 minutes of vlogs and I got bored, but this one? nah ah👌👍

    Rix CanoRix CanoIl y a 7 heures
  • Great video!!

    Alvin LiAlvin LiIl y a 7 heures
  • i love this series

    MesanMesanIl y a 7 heures
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  • 🎶 yvaN eht nioJ

    Im familiar with your love for ballsIm familiar with your love for ballsIl y a 7 heures
  • I can't believe that this slow monitor is the way of monitoring the oxygen level on a submarine, but that's just me :D

    Leon MotoLeon MotoIl y a 8 heures
  • BOAT? in the Navy, EVERYTHING is a ship or in this case a submarine.

    Ted TednessTed TednessIl y a 8 heures
    • We affectionately refer to submarines as”boats”.

      Eddie J. G.Eddie J. G.Il y a heure
    • @Benjamin Perez ok

      Ted TednessTed TednessIl y a 4 heures
    • Incorrect. Submarines are referred to as "boats." -11.5 years USN Vet here.

      Benjamin PerezBenjamin PerezIl y a 5 heures
  • Thanks Destin, now i can finally build my own nuclear sub without worrying about oxygen, isn't that cool !

    Robbie GoldmanRobbie GoldmanIl y a 8 heures
  • "Our normal way of creating oxygen is down" hahaha very reassuring...

    We are not livestockWe are not livestockIl y a 8 heures
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