But, to switch into high-speed mode – which would sacrifice stealth – it would ‘used the flat hull bottom to hydroplane at high speeds’ to cut across waves, Pop Sci explains According to Eastern Arsenal, Chinese institutions are looking into two types of submersible arsenal ships.
One would keep most of the hull submerged to optimize stealth.
The subjects could eat as much as they wanted, along with side dishes like rolls, strawberry yogurt, and broccoli and green beans, depending on the meal.
Portion size was controlled by weight, and researchers tracked the amount of food each participant ate.
This type of design could make the massive, missile-carrying warships stealthier by masking their radar signatures as they submerge – or, it could allow for high-speed operations up at the surface.