BONSERNEWS.com – OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush allegedly ignored several warning signs and safety concerns about the company’s Titan submarine before it exploded while diving into the Titanic wreck, according to reports.
The ship tragically exploded during an ill-fated dive on June 18, killing the CEO and four other passengers.
Stockton Rush has previously opened up about how he ‘broke the rules’ before dying alongside British adventurer Hamish Harding, father and son pair Shahzada and Suleman Dawood, and French scientist Paul-Henri Nargeolet.
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An investigation is currently underway to determine how exactly the ship exploded.
A number of engineer or engineers reveal to the New York Times, as reported by the Mirror, about things that might be the fatal weakness of the Titan submarine.
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Engineers Reveal 5 Fatal Weaknesses Suspected to Be the Cause of the Explosion of the Titan Submarine OceanGate
1. The shape of a submarine
The hull of the Titan sub is shaped like an elongated pill instead of the more standard spherical shape used by most deep-sea diving vehicles.
According to experts, the spherical hull is ideal to withstand the intense pressure of the deep sea because it distributes the force evenly from all sides.
The shape of the Titan’s pill hull may have caused it to change shape unevenly when subjected to pressure which further crushed it in the depths of the sea it traveled through.
This unequal distribution of forces can cause catastrophic buckling or collapse.
Extending the cabin space in a submarine increases the pressure load on the midsection, which increases fatigue.