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Submarino’s 1/2lb. Cheese Burger Combo. % Ground Chuck Patties On scratch-baked buns made fresh daily. Includes fries! Burger. $ Jalapeño Cheeseburger. $ Dispite the sentimentalism, Submarino is a very good work from Vinterberg, that presents interestings actings and a captivating screenplay with strong scenes and strong theme. Fresh. Pelo app do Submarino você encontra diversos modelos para escolher, entre outros produtos eletrônicos. Tem smartphones para todos os estilos, gostos e bolsos. A loja de informática do Submarino também oferece desconto em notebooks, PC para Gamers, peças para laptop e centenas de acessórios para deixar sua máquina completa!. Directed by Thomas Vinterberg. With Gustav Fischer Kjærulff, Sebastian Bull Sarning, Mads Broe Andersen, Jakob Cedergren. Two brothers meet at their mother's funeral, each in his way on a path of self-destruction, both haunted by a tragedy in their youth. Encontre aqui o menor preço em Passagens Aéreas, Hotéis e Pacotes. Compre sua viagem com até 90% de desconto e em até 10x s/ juros. Confira!.

Worth my 17GB. And I did my best. Inferno de VIDA, ngm tem PAZ. Do the Danes know that sometimes good things happen too?? Damn motherfucker,damn!

Damn motherfucker! Vinterberg has a knack for showing how vulnerable people are. Pessimistic worldviews. For when you want to wallow in despair.

It doesn't matter if we all die. Suggestions welcome. View All Photos Movie Info. Two brothers meet at their mother's funeral and discover they are both on paths to self-destruction.

Thomas Vinterberg. Morten Kaufmann. Tobias Lindholm , Thomas Vinterberg. Sep 10, Nimbus Film. Jakob Cedergren Nick Torp. Peter Plaugborg Nicks lillebror.

Helene Reingaard Neumann Mona. Patricia Schumann Sofie. Morten Rose Ivan. Lisbeth H. Pedersen Sagsbehandler.

Dar Salim Goran. Henrik Strube Jimmy Gule. Thomas Vinterberg Director. Tobias Lindholm Screenwriter. Thomas Vinterberg Screenwriter.

The budget was around 1. Ebbe Iversen rated Submarino four out of six in Berlingske Tidende. Iversen wrote that Vinterberg has "shaped his film as fierce social realism almost totally exposed for the glimpses of humour that make a miserable life easier to bear in leading social realists like Ken Loach and Mike Leigh.

Submarino is harder and more brutal, but, behind its harsh facade, carried by sympathy for the characters, and it is first and foremost created with a completely fearsome consistency, which one hasn't seen the like of in Thomas Vinterberg since The Celebration.

He thought the story and subject by themselves were strong enough to make an excellent film, and continued: "but what elevates Submarino into a great work of art, is the symbolic redemption of the serious material.

You see it in the ritual opening scene, and you see it several times underway in a tight symbology, which escorts and underpins the story. Submarino was Denmark's candidate for the Nordic Council Film Prize , which it won.

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Martin Sebastian Bull Sarning Lille Nick Mads Broe Andersen Lillebror as Mads Broe Jakob Cedergren Nick Peter Plaugborg Martins far Patricia Schumann Sofie Morten Rose Ivan Henrik Strube Jimmy Gule Yellow Jimmy Helene Reingaard Neumann Mona Dar Salim Goran Esther Hancock Forsvareren Lisbeth H.

Sagsbehandler as Lisbeth Holm Pedersen Elias Ehlers Carsten Sebastian Edit Storyline As children, Nick and his little brother take care of their baby brother while their mother drinks herself senseless.

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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Show HTML View more styles. American and most other Western submarines switched to a primarily single-hull approach.

They still have light hull sections in the bow and stern, which house main ballast tanks and provide a hydrodynamically optimized shape, but the main cylindrical hull section has only a single plating layer.

Double hulls are being considered for future submarines in the United States to improve payload capacity, stealth and range.

The pressure hull is generally constructed of thick high-strength steel with a complex structure and high strength reserve, and is separated with watertight bulkheads into several compartments.

There are also examples of more than two hulls in a submarine, like the Typhoon class , which has two main pressure hulls and three smaller ones for control room, torpedoes and steering gear, with the missile launch system between the main hulls.

The dive depth cannot be increased easily. Simply making the hull thicker increases the weight and requires reduction of onboard equipment weight, ultimately resulting in a bathyscaphe.

This is acceptable for civilian research submersibles, but not military submarines. To exceed that limit, a few submarines were built with titanium hulls.

Titanium can be stronger than steel, lighter, and is not ferromagnetic , important for stealth. Titanium submarines were built by the Soviet Union, which developed specialized high-strength alloys.

It has produced several types of titanium submarines. Titanium does not flex as readily as steel, and may become brittle after many dive cycles.

Despite its benefits, the high cost of titanium construction led to the abandonment of titanium submarine construction as the Cold War ended.

Deep-diving civilian submarines have used thick acrylic pressure hulls. The deepest deep-submergence vehicle DSV to date is Trieste.

On 5 October , Trieste departed San Diego for Guam aboard the freighter Santa Maria to participate in Project Nekton , a series of very deep dives in the Mariana Trench.

On 23 January , Trieste reached the ocean floor in the Challenger Deep the deepest southern part of the Mariana Trench , carrying Jacques Piccard son of Auguste and Lieutenant Don Walsh , USN.

Building a pressure hull is difficult, as it must withstand pressures at its required diving depth.

When the hull is perfectly round in cross-section, the pressure is evenly distributed, and causes only hull compression.

If the shape is not perfect, the hull is bent, with several points heavily strained. All hull parts must be welded without defects, and all joints are checked multiple times with different methods, contributing to the high cost of modern submarines.

The first submarines were propelled by humans. The first mechanically driven submarine was the French Plongeur , which used compressed air for propulsion.

Anaerobic propulsion was first employed by the Spanish Ictineo II in , which used a solution of zinc , manganese dioxide , and potassium chlorate to generate sufficient heat to power a steam engine, while also providing oxygen for the crew.

A similar system was not employed again until when the German Navy tested a hydrogen peroxide -based system, the Walter turbine , on the experimental V submarine and later on the naval U and type XVII submarines; [71] the system was further developed for the British Explorer -class , completed in Until the advent of nuclear marine propulsion , most 20th-century submarines used electric motors and batteries for running underwater and combustion engines on the surface, and for battery recharging.

Early submarines used gasoline petrol engines but this quickly gave way to kerosene paraffin and then diesel engines because of reduced flammability and, with diesel, improved fuel-efficiency and thus also greater range.

A combination of diesel and electric propulsion became the norm. Initially, the combustion engine and the electric motor were in most cases connected to the same shaft so that both could directly drive the propeller.

The combustion engine was placed at the front end of the stern section with the electric motor behind it followed by the propeller shaft.

The engine was connected to the motor by a clutch and the motor in turn connected to the propeller shaft by another clutch.

With only the rear clutch engaged, the electric motor could drive the propeller, as required for fully submerged operation.

With both clutches engaged, the combustion engine could drive the propeller, as was possible when operating on the surface or, at a later stage, when snorkeling.

The electric motor would in this case serve as a generator to charge the batteries or, if no charging was needed, be allowed to rotate freely.

With only the front clutch engaged, the combustion engine could drive the electric motor as a generator for charging the batteries without simultaneously forcing the propeller to move.

The motor could have multiple armatures on the shaft, which could be electrically coupled in series for slow speed and in parallel for high speed these connections were called "group down" and "group up", respectively.

While most early submarines used a direct mechanical connection between the combustion engine and the propeller, an alternative solution was considered as well as implemented at a very early stage.

This energy is then used to drive the propeller via the electric motor and, to the extent required, for charging the batteries. In this configuration, the electric motor is thus responsible for driving the propeller at all times, regardless of whether air is available so that the combustion engine can also be used or not.

Among the pioneers of this alternative solution was the very first submarine of the Swedish Navy , HMS Hajen later renamed Ub no 1 , launched in While its design was generally inspired by the first submarine commissioned by the US Navy, USS Holland , it deviated from the latter in at least three significant ways: by adding a periscope, by replacing the gasoline engine by a semidiesel engine a hot-bulb engine primarily meant to be fueled by kerosene, later replaced by a true diesel engine and by severing the mechanical link between the combustion engine and the propeller by instead letting the former drive a dedicated generator.

In the following years, the Swedish Navy added another seven submarines in three different classes 2nd class , Laxen class , and Braxen class using the same propulsion technology but fitted with true diesel engines rather than semidiesels from the outset.

Like many other early submarines, those initially designed in Sweden were quite small less than tonnes and thus confined to littoral operation.

When the Swedish Navy wanted to add larger vessels, capable of operating further from the shore, their designs were purchased from companies abroad that already had the required experience: first Italian Fiat - Laurenti and later German A.

Weser and IvS. However, diesel—electric transmission was immediately reintroduced when Sweden began designing its own submarines again in the mid s.

From that point onwards, it has been consistently used for all new classes of Swedish submarines, albeit supplemented by air-independent propulsion AIP as provided by Stirling engines beginning with HMS Näcken in Another early adopter of diesel—electric transmission was the US Navy , whose Bureau of Engineering proposed its use in It was subsequently tried in the S-class submarines S-3 , S-6 , and S-7 before being put into production with the Porpoise class of the s.

From that point onwards, it continued to be used on most US conventional submarines. Apart from the British U-class and some submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy that used separate diesel generators for low speed running, few navies other than those of Sweden and the US made much use of diesel—electric transmission before However, its adoption was not always swift.

Notably, the Soviet Navy did not introduce diesel—electric transmission on its conventional submarines until with its Paltus class.

If diesel—electric transmission had only brought advantages and no disadvantages in comparison with a system that mechanically connects the diesel engine to the propeller, it would undoubtedly have become dominant much earlier.

The disadvantages include the following: [81] [82]. The reason why diesel—electric transmission has become the dominant alternative in spite of these disadvantages is of course that it also comes with many advantages and that, on balance, these have eventually been found to be more important.

The advantages include the following: [81] [83]. During World War II the Germans experimented with the idea of the schnorchel snorkel from captured Dutch submarines but did not see the need for them until rather late in the war.

The schnorchel is a retractable pipe that supplies air to the diesel engines while submerged at periscope depth , allowing the boat to cruise and recharge its batteries while maintaining a degree of stealth.

Especially as first implemented however, it turned out to be far from a perfect solution. There were problems with the device's valve sticking shut or closing as it dunked in rough weather.

Since the system used the entire pressure hull as a buffer, the diesels would instantaneously suck huge volumes of air from the boat's compartments, and the crew often suffered painful ear injuries.

The schnorchel also created noise that made the boat easier to detect with sonar, yet more difficult for the on-board sonar to detect signals from other vessels.

Finally, allied radar eventually became sufficiently advanced that the schnorchel mast could be detected beyond visual range.

While the snorkel renders a submarine far less detectable, it is thus not perfect. In clear weather, diesel exhausts can be seen on the surface to a distance of about three miles, [85] while "periscope feather" the wave created by the snorkel or periscope moving through the water is visible from far off in calm sea conditions.

Modern radar is also capable of detecting a snorkel in calm sea conditions. The problem of the diesels causing a vacuum in the submarine when the head valve is submerged still exists in later model diesel submarines but is mitigated by high-vacuum cut-off sensors that shut down the engines when the vacuum in the ship reaches a pre-set point.

Modern snorkel induction masts have a fail-safe design using compressed air , controlled by a simple electrical circuit, to hold the "head valve" open against the pull of a powerful spring.

Seawater washing over the mast shorts out exposed electrodes on top, breaking the control, and shutting the "head valve" while it is submerged.

US submarines did not adopt the use of snorkels until after WWII. During World War II, German Type XXI submarines also known as " Elektroboote " were the first submarines designed to operate submerged for extended periods.

Initially they were to carry hydrogen peroxide for long-term, fast air-independent propulsion, but were ultimately built with very large batteries instead.

The results were not encouraging. Though the Soviet Union deployed a class of submarines with this engine type codenamed Quebec by NATO , they were considered unsuccessful.

The United States also used hydrogen peroxide in an experimental midget submarine , X X-1 was later converted to use diesel—electric drive.

Today several navies use air-independent propulsion. Notably Sweden uses Stirling technology on the Gotland -class and Södermanland -class submarines.

The Stirling engine is heated by burning diesel fuel with liquid oxygen from cryogenic tanks. Fuel cells are also used in the new Spanish Sclass submarines although with the fuel stored as ethanol and then converted into hydrogen before use.

These batteries have about double the electric storage of traditional batteries, and by changing out the lead-acid batteries in their normal storage areas plus filling up the large hull space normally devoted to AIP engine and fuel tanks with many tons of lithium-ion batteries, modern submarines can actually return to a "pure" diesel—electric configuration yet have the added underwater range and power normally associated with AIP equipped submarines.

Steam power was resurrected in the s with a nuclear-powered steam turbine driving a generator. By eliminating the need for atmospheric oxygen, the time that a submarine could remain submerged was limited only by its food stores, as breathing air was recycled and fresh water distilled from seawater.

More importantly, a nuclear submarine has unlimited range at top speed. This allows it to travel from its operating base to the combat zone in a much shorter time and makes it a far more difficult target for most anti-submarine weapons.

Nuclear power is now used in all large submarines, but due to the high cost and large size of nuclear reactors, smaller submarines still use diesel—electric propulsion.

The ratio of larger to smaller submarines depends on strategic needs. The US Navy, French Navy , and the British Royal Navy operate only nuclear submarines , [90] [91] which is explained by the need for distant operations.

Other major operators rely on a mix of nuclear submarines for strategic purposes and diesel—electric submarines for defense.

Most fleets have no nuclear submarines, due to the limited availability of nuclear power and submarine technology.

Diesel—electric submarines have a stealth advantage over their nuclear counterparts. Nuclear submarines generate noise from coolant pumps and turbo-machinery needed to operate the reactor, even at low power levels.

Commercial submarines usually rely only on batteries, since they operate in conjunction with a mother ship. Several serious nuclear and radiation accidents have involved nuclear submarine mishaps.

Oil-fired steam turbines powered the British K-class submarines , built during World War I and later, to give them the surface speed to keep up with the battle fleet.

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