Chapter 2 Unmanned Submersibles

@inproceedings{Busby1977Chapter2U,
  title={Chapter 2 Unmanned Submersibles},
  author={Roswell F. Busby},
  year={1977}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the unmanned submersibles. The unmanned submersible is the direct result of the ocean community's increasing need to selectively sample and study in more detail the sea floor, as well as to visually inspect, build, and monitor undersea facilities. Cable-controlled underwater research vehicle I (CURV I) was primarily designed to retrieve torpedos from depths of up to 305 m. It was developed by the United States Naval Underwater Warfare Center, Pasadena… CONTINUE READING