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Supercavitation: The Future of High-Speed Underwater Travel


When you think about high speed vehicles, submarines probably don’t come to mind. For good reason, as historically subs have been the slowest moving element of any country’s military save for individual soldiers traveling on foot. Water is more than 700 times denser than air, and accordingly, exerts a great deal more drag on anything trying to move through it.




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