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

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    • Dude - what language is the Submariner with glasses and baseball cap speaking, the subtitle didn't clarify his words?

    • -Matter didn’t create anti matter -Anti matter didn’t create matter (Both of them were present at the time of big bang) -Both of them didn’t create themselves. -Both of them came from an unimaginable source, that unimaginable source created matter and antimatter (everything) thats why it is known as “the creator” of everything. ------ - that unimaginable source/creator has created sin and virtue which are opposite to each other, - logic says every action has its own reaction, so the reaction of sin must be different than the reaction of virtue, - the creator has created prophets to let us know about each and every detail of sin and virtue, also about their reactions, Thank you :)

    • @Malinda Macrone so many different ways that "opp" can be interpreted as.

    • @Malinda Macrone what?

    • @MackASmack LickadySlap 0pp

  • Funnily enough our old now retired B767-300's used oxygen generators (candles) about the size of a hockey puck for the pax in case of emergency. Pretty clever tech that I'm glad is still being used. Yes they get rather hot!!

  • I put off watching this as I figured I had it all down... But the MEA and the oxygen candles were unexpected, well the oxygen candles were somewhat expected. Airliners uses something similar for their emergency O2 supply if they lose cabin pressure.

  • Amine and midrats!!!!!

  • Also I was on a fast attack and this is the first time I’ve seen it as well😂😂😂

  • Is there not a way to monitor gas levels when the electricity goes out? Those leak detectors don't seem sufficient, as they are looking for high concentrations of gas.

  • Aren't you guys giving away way too much information about a nuclear submarine?

  • Only been out 3 days and almost 2mil views??? Nice job!!!

  • "I wanted you to meet my dog, Princess Bumper Snoot"...completely ignores his wife

  • This looks like a fast attack. Ah....memories

  • i cant understand a word the ohio man said :)

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  • now i want to try to dive with an oxygen candle (not in a submarine) to see how much oxygen i can get

  • 9500btu is around 5277 °C 0.0

  • I have another question. Who knows if you read it. I need help designing and making a structure that is not electronic but mechanical in design. So, the inside layer is simply a compass. The secondary layer (outer sphere) I want it to be able to track fixed points towards our centre solar system. IE like the galactic median. I was thinking that setup process may include pointing at no fixed points from earth, thus it simply tracks the fixes locations of star cluster creating an intersecting points (cross hairs) of our solar system. Then a third layer of fixes galaxies towards our galaxy, painting crosshairs on our galaxy. I thin it would be fun and useful... Of course... the centre of our galaxy is offset from out location, just as earth is offset form the solar system centre for the previous one.... My thoughts is if you like nasa, or navigation. A mechanical globe with layered spherical latices with points could rotate to those locations during night or day, so you always know your position relative to our observable universe.. which is good practice if one is traveling.... Compass direction give us 2D directions on earth... Solar system directions give us 3d dimensional directions on EARTH, but 3d directions in our solar system.. the process continues. their simply looking for stable points between systems of hierarchy that are stable enough to be used as accurate reference to conceptualize where we are in the universe. On earth without magnets it would be hard to create a reference of movement, with the stars changing, one would have to have a very good understanding of timing and location already to use the stars to conceptualize where the planet they are. Setting this up would change depending on fixed objects targeted in the sky... maybe that makes no sense, but it sounds like fun.. knowing your place in the universe... Universal navigator.. the reason I was thinking mechanical system, or limited energy, is that it would work in any place within our Galaxy. without the need of outside source of power except the person, winding it or whatever is used to track, and power its movements.... and with base knowledge one could set it up... to navigate again.. hmm... lost in space.. with a ... galactic compass. lol... rather then a solar or terrestrial one. :D

  • The amine absorbs CO2 better when cold, so after the amine gets heated up in the boiler and had its CO2 driven off, first the now lean amine is used to preheat the incoming rich amine in a heat exchanger.This helps to cool the lean amine as well as pre-heat the rich amine, which reduces the amount of external heating and cooling that needs to be done, saving energy. The lean anime is then further cooled before being sprayed again.

  • Very interesting video. Would be kinda concerned about potential of flash oxygen fires without the oxygen being highly diluted immediately. Doesn't take much percent higher than nominal to create dangerous conditions in an enclosed space. Presumably, the electrolysis oxygen production is the normal method and maybe it pipes/dilutes into vent system rather than just pouring it into production area...?

  • I understood this but I also felt like it was way above my paygrade. What I am curious about is how they dispose of the used candles? Do they throw them out to sea to decrease any potential added weight or are they kept on board?

  • This isn't a troll question, I really am curious. What happens if someone or if many people are farting all night from like consuming dairy or whatever? I know I've ruined a tent doing that. Would the alarms go off?

  • No mention of snorkeling?! :(

  • So is there a way to make oxygen in space? You know, without the water around you?

    • explanation?

  • 19:08 Guy needs to be a model!

  • What happens with the hydrogen from the electrolysis?

    • security from cyber threats, or because these submarines haven't received a big time update in several decades? I can't help but think that having your breathable air levels o

  • It's logically..... not do smart🙄😕

  • WoW Just woW, Totally Blown away with how technically complex a sub is and the things people have to do to keep things running.

  • Please go back to somewhat short videos

  • Oxygen not included.

  • This here is a NIN.

  • I wonder. Did they have to burn the candles because you were on board and the system was limited? Or were they just giving you a great tour? Seems like they wouldn't need to use them very often.

  • As much as this video was interesting as they all are, your runing jacket took the cake for best part of the episode. Too cool

  • Why can't you just bring plants onto the submarine that don't require sunlight?

  • "I'm from ohio" "Oh.."

  • 4:55 :E

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  • Question for everyone in the comments. All the tech in this episode looks super legacy, everything is analogue and CRT screens. Is that simplicity for ease of repair sake, security from cyber threats, or because these submarines haven't received a big time update in several decades? I can't help but think that having your breathable air levels on a tablet (for example) would be far superior than physical dials having to cycle from one screen to another in the event of a critical air situation. Can someone venture an explanation?

  • YOURE DOING COVERAGE ON THE ROVER?! I’m stoked to see! Hopefully you bring in Mark Rober to talk about his role. I would really like to hear about it! Thanks for being the tightest channel!

  • my grandfather was the oxygen generator technician on a sub back in the 60s. had 2 on board. used one as parts to keep the other in operation.

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  • Fascinating!

  • Great series!

  • Do the candles at least smell good?

  • Can't just type in the link, works from here. I click the headphones, 404 Page Not Found. If I m going to spend that much, better come with a resonance helmet.

  • real life oxygen not included

  • 4:35 that guy in the bg is legend😂😂😂😂😂

  • We do not create Oxygen, it is separated out of water, which is made up of hydrogen and oxygen.

  • Did he say "Nine Inch Nail"?!

  • I love you Destin

  • Those candles 100% remind me of the SolidOX soldering bars you used to be able to buy at a hardware store. Same thing on them too. Some sort of perchlorate compound in a small ( the size of a roll of US quarters) with a red phosphorous tip. Light it, stick it in the holder, and it pushes out oxygen enriched gas that we used to melt copper down with. The spent bar was a strange slag looking bread textured thing. Just like those clinkers. I bet these are the same things just bigger.

  • They are indeed, very fine bubbles. On both sides.

  • So if you do electrolysis on the salt water and get H2 and Cl what happens to the oxygen and sodium?

  • Next: how do international space station make oxygen?

  • I feel like you could take the amount of carbon dioxide that was produced and put it through some fancy machine and find out what somebody said based on how much carbon dioxide they created and in which patterns to make words

  • Claustrophobia, freaking out just watching.

  • When you learn more in this video then a year in chemistry gcse

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  • I wonder what kind of strings he pulled to video tape on a nuclear submarine and demonstrate the equipment.

  • So what does Destin actually do for a living? He is incredibly smart!

  • Destins next video “remember those oxygen candles I showed you. I made those same ones But larger

  • 8:22 that's such an effective visualization.

  • Was kinda hoping there was just a room full of potted plants somewhere on the sub

  • this guy should be on the tv

  • Are you named after Destin Florida? Never heard that name before until I went there lol.

  • Like that game Oxygen not included but irl

  • Someday compare this to what they have to do on the International Space Station. Low gravity makes this all much harder.

  • So the rate of Oxygen consumed to burn the candle is far less than the rate of Oxygen released from burning the candle?

  • An answer to the thumbnail before watching: because the substance they're surrounded by is a third oxygen. Jeez.

  • "So where did you learn all this?" "In the Navy" "In the Navy?" "Yes, in the Navy" *Village People music starts playing*

  • What are you doing in there bothering those people for your own benefit when they are busy protecting american ?

  • Isn't the sub docked on the surface during this video? They still burn oxygen candles when they're surfaced? I would have thought they'd just ventilate air from outside.

  • HEY - was that the Mythbusters artist?

  • -------- Original message -------- From: John Harpe Date: 2/24/21 8:43 AM (GMT-08:00) To: John Harpe Subject: Dear GSED, Thank you for your MRslow productions. I have enjoyed many. A recent offering brought to attention “Central Atmospheric Monitoring Station” (or something along those lines) on nuclear submarines for crew oxygen and carbon dioxide management. Having a background as a retired First Responder and Respiratory Therapist myself, I hope you don’t mind me asking an academic question regarding ship HVAC designs that can possibly destroy aerial microbes from the atmospheric while encouraging air and droplet microbes to enter a floor ventilation intake away from hands and noses, and then is ionized and temperature controlled as it travels up wall passages to be re-introduced above a Sailors head. Air movement is then encouraged to move from top down. I believe the end effect would be like being in the center of a toroidal vortex gas movement, but the recirculated air is N95 filtered and USN sterilized before overhead reintroduction. Thank you kindly😊

  • The only submarines I have been in to is "KOSATKA", it got everything a person needs, A sleeping Quarter Kitchen with Beer, Pizza, and Red Caviar Bedroom TV Obviously, it armed with Torpedo and Missiles,

  • 4:55

  • you can engage with a human.

  • As much as I envied their port calls, I still am happy I was on the Ohio class subs

  • They just dump the oxygen out into the walkway? I expected some kind of ducting everywhere

  • Why not build a plant 🌱 room on submarine? We have the lights for indoor growth and it would be a natural way to removed the CO2 and get oxygen! It also has the potential to look really cool with plants all over a submarine.

  • Ya oxygen candles got me I thought I knew what I was talking about but I guess now I am smarter . Thanks ❤️

  • The guys coming in and seeing the camera and just backing out hahaha

  • Dont wanna go into this complicated stuff.. but there a lot of stuff in the screen right now and thats what happening. Killed me

  • 17:27 Why your chemical reactions aren't balanced??? Would you write 2 + 2 = 5???

  • The "preheating" of the rich amine (23:37) is probably just a part where excess heat from something else hot on the sub is reused to make this process require less heat. He mentioned a heat exchanger, and after more thought, I would guess it is the heat from pressurizing the CO2. I'd bet money that they have a lot more heat generated than can be dissipated by the sub, so they probably want to minimize their heat generation wherever possible

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  • Oh boy, gonna be interesting to see the crew react to the covid lockdowns.

  • Awesome. Curious. They said change candles every 2 hours. But are the candles only supplementing the main oxygen? A GREAT channel. Thanks for sharing all of this.

  • of course the dude from ohio is named Dow... hello from the mansfield area lol

  • Destin, sooner or later you'll end up rading the ISS itself. Like what you're doing here, I just know it.

  • Submarines are a class of demigod, they contain the people they consumed and rarely see water.

  • When the oxygen levels are low and Destin just wants to learn cool things, meanwhile everyone else just wants to breathe

  • Fork Handles!

  • North Korea has joined the chat....

  • "A class delta fire isn't something you want to deal with on a submarine" I work in a rescue team in the petrochemical industry. A class delta fire isn't something I wanna deal with ANYWHERE.

  • 6:07 Cameo by "Bass Pro Shops". Hey Destin, do they fish when surfacing? Is it like - let's catch us some fresh tuna in free time?

  • I work in refrigeration tell them to throw away those H10s. Piece of unreliable garbage. D-Tek stratus is the way to go

  • Dustin, this series inside the submarine has been so enjoyable to watch. What a thrilling series of videos. Thank you to you for bringing this to us and thank you to the US Navy for allowing this to happen.

  • So Logic quit his rapping career to join the navy as part of a submarine crew

  • You can use electrolysis on seawater to make chlorine in the various heat exchangers to minimize marine fouling from things growing in the nice warm water.