CP Document Server

Google_Drive_logoThe CalamarPark document server on Google Drive is updated. It contains now numerous images and manuals of all known underwater stations as well as diving manuals, historical studies, handbooks and scientific/ecologic reports. For access please contact Mart via mail.

For all kind of video materials please visit the CalamarPark Channel on YouTube.

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Submarine Interior

Image Source: Von Bellona Foundation? - Bellona Foundation, Copyrighted free use, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5338641If you always wondered how the biggest ever built submarine, the russian Typhoon class  interior looks like you should have a look at livejournal.com. It has designed for a crew of 160 marines and has a length of more than 170m. The images were taken 2009 and show the whole interior including sauna, pool and gym.

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Storing energy at sea

© CalamarPark.comThe development and research project “StEnSEA” (Stored Energy in the Sea) is investigating the installation of large storage facilities on the sea floor, in combination with offshore wind farms. The physical principle on which the energy storage facility operates is similar to that of conventional pumped storage power plants, but based not on two reservoirs, but a hollow sphere. Read more on forschung-energiespeicher.info

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Neft Daşları

By Bruno Girin on Flickr - Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=9549521Neft Daşları is an industrial settlement in Baku, Azerbaijan. The settlement forms part of the municipality of Çilov-Neft Daşları in the Khazar raion. It lies 100 km (62 mi) away from the Azerbaijani capital Baku, and 55 km (34 mi) from the nearest shore in the Caspian Sea. A full town on the sea with up to 5000 inhabitants, it was the first oil platform in Azerbaijan, and the first operating offshore oil platform in the world, incorporating numerous drilling platforms. Read more on Wikipedia (english, deutsch, türkçe).

Image source: By Bruno Girin on Flickr – Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=9549521

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Chinese Underwater Station

lpg_tankOne of the reasons why the first generation of underwater stations came to an end in the 80’s was the conlusion that it is more effective to use decompression chambers on board of a support vessel instead of placing divers on the bottom of the sea. The oil industry just did not see any reason for undersea stations. Therefore it was surprising that China announced in 2012 that they planned to build an undersea mining station of 60 meters length Continue reading “Chinese Underwater Station”

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on air again

martinsubmarineAfter UnderwaterPromotion.com was fataly hacked we asked ourselves if we should use the opportunity to restart completely and get rid of the ‘Promotion’ that caused too much trouble in the net. So we came to ‘Calamar Park‘ with emphasis on investigation and development for a life under the sea. Well, let’s see where the rabbit hole goes.

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