Page 7 of 7: Further Information

As might be expected, there is not much public information available about the design of nuclear submarine propellers. Nevertheless, there are a few bits and pieces, some of which are below:

John Pike, "Run Silent, Run Deep," (Washington, DC: Federation of American Scientists Website (December 1998))

Naval Ships' Technical Manual, Chapter 561 - Submarine Steering and Diving Systems - 114 pages. See p. 1-5 (16), Fig. 561-1-1. Typical Stern Diving Control System for SSN 637 and SSBN 640 Class. Downloadable pdf document @

Marek Behr, "Models of Spinning and Translating Geometries,"

Norman Friedman, United States Submarines Since 1945 (Annapolis, Naval Institute Press, 1994), esp. p. 163.

Glen S. Fukushima, "Japan's quiet power," Asahi Evening News, 4 March 1997,

E.V. Miasnikov, "What is known about the character of noise created by submarines? " The Future of Russia's Strategic Nuclear Forces/Discussions and Arguments (Center For Arms Control, Energy And Environmental Studies, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 1995, revised 1998), Appendix 1.

Neal Stevens, "AKULA! The Soviet Shark," SUBSIM Review (November 1999), 6pp.

Roderick Seeman, "Toshiba Case—COCOM - Foreign Exchange & Foreign Trade Control Revision," The Japan Lawletter (April 1987).

Chris Warren, biography (click on images)

Mary Zoccola, "Signatures Accomplishments Highlighted," Wavelengths (December 1998).


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