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What is about the russioan Lada class?--WerWil 23:04, 16 October 2006 (UTC)
What about AIP on Japanese Asashio class? http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/asiapac/japan.htm
I wanted to broach this subject here. The US Navy has recently judged that AIP should be referred to Air Independent Power, since as in Nuclear boats, the AIP system is a power source and electric motors drive the actual propulsion. In addition, they have officially declared that the hull classification symbol for AIP submarines is now SSP. This article either needs to be retitled/moved or the differences made clear between the USN position and other entities. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lemursjlr (talk • contribs) 16:12, 11 November 2007 (UTC)
- One, you need a source to back up what you say - without it, it's Original research, and we can't use that. Two, articles are generally titled by the most common term, which right now is "Air-independent propulsion". In a few years, "Air-independent power" might become the accepted term, but until then, the current name is fine. With proper sources, there should be no problem adding "power" to the Lead sentence, with a cited explanation, possibly as a footnote, of the USN's current usage. THree, if you still want to change the article's name now, just propose a move. If you gain a consensus to move it, it'll be moved properly to keep the article history intact. Fourth, the correct new title would be "Air-independent power" (no second-/third-word caps), as it is a term, not a formal name/title. Hope that helps. - BillCJ 17:04, 11 November 2007 (UTC)
- Depends on kind of AIP. Some of them doesn't produce exhaust, others work in closed cycle. --Matrek (talk) 08:28, 14 August 2013 (UTC)
Nuclear propulsion mistake
The Ohio class SSBN can use convection, without pumping, when desired. http://mragheb.com/NPRE%20402%20ME%20405%20Nuclear%20Power%20Engineering/Nuclear%20Marine%20Propulsion.pdf22.214.171.124 (talk) 23:16, 11 August 2015 (UTC)
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