#1
why couldn't submarines just move their boat away from the destroyer that was throwing depth charges into the sea?
#3
subs are slower than destroyers, and depth charges have a fairly large effective blast radius.
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why couldn't submarines just move their boat away from the destroyer that was throwing depth charges into the sea?


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Because subs are slow and problably not the easiest thing to get out of a danger zone fast enough
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Think of how many lives and millions of dollars could have been saved if someone had just thought of this sooner.
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#9
It's not because the subs were too slow you moron.

Depth charges work by creating a vaccuum underwater due to an explosive charge.
The vacuum collaspes, creating a massive concussion under the water. The massive force from the collaspe ripples out, damageing the sub.

In other words, it uses the water to damage the sub.
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#10
I believe explosions under water are a **** load more destructive (bouncing bomb stuff, small charge under water destroyed a dam) than than ones in air so a depth charge only has to be somewhere near to do some damage.....
I think, not sure though.
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Air can compress itself, water can't ....that makes explosions much more destructive since pressure isn't lost in the air.
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It's not because the subs were too slow you moron.

Depth charges work by creating a vaccuum underwater due to an explosive charge.
The vacuum collaspes, creating a massive concussion under the water. The massive force from the collaspe ripples out, damageing the sub.

In other words, it uses the water to damage the sub.


Then we must find away to get rid of the water!

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#13
Water molecules are packed closer than air molecules, therefore water transfers energy and force better than air.
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Good call Floppypick!!
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#16
Yeah.

Destroyers are way faster then subs for one. There's no compairson. They have less resistance and larger engines. Then there's the concussive blast from the explosion as said above.
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