Australian sub program targets propulsion technologies
The Royal Australian Navy is developing designs for a new generation of diesel-electric submarines that will replace its six Collins-class boats beginning in 2020. The specifications will be very different from those of conventional submarines now in use around the world. They will include high transit speeds, long endurance in difficult environments and greater acoustics processing—capabilities associated with nuclear attack submarines (SSN). The program will be the costliest ever ...
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