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Virginia Class - Submarine

Virginia Class - Submarine

Five advanced Engineering Design Technology students along with their instructor, Jeff Levy, undertook the task of reverse engineering the most sophisticated weapon ever devised and implemented in the history of Naval war fare; the Virginia Class fast attack nuclear submarine with only information that was available in public domain as well as working with a couple former submarine officers that shared general information about the submarine from first-hand accounts.

The submarine research center in Maine also played a key role in helping the students understand the workings of this complicated boat.

“I reviewed the project and was impressed with your students’ ability to take information within the public domain and develop a believable graphical representation of a fast-attack submarine. Their work clearly demonstrates an understanding of spatial arrangement, functional realism and a high-level of competency utilizing the full capability of the design, too.”
Chris Miner – VA Class Project Manager, USN.

VA Class - Submarine Details

USS Virginia SSN 774 Section 7
USS Virginia SSN 774 Section 7 - Stern
Bottom Deck Floor Layout Section 1
Half Assembly
Fall Assembly
Fall Assembly 1
Section 2 Middle Deck
Section 2 Full View
Aft Section Detail
Section 4,5,6
Section 4,5, and 6
Full View
Section 3
Section 3
USS Virginia (SSN 774)
Section 7 Stem

VA Class Renders

Reactor Room
Section 1 Bow Dome
Section 1 Cut Away
Section 2 Half Assembly ISO Right Site
Section Ladder Mast Sail
Section 2 Half Assembly ISO Right Site
Section 4-5-6
Stern Back
Section 7
Section 1
Under Water
Half Assembly Front Side
Half Assembly Back Side
Full Assembly Left Side
Full Assembly Right Side
Section 2 Rear
Section 3 Rear
Section 4 Rear
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VA Class Slides

USS Virginia SSN 774
Exterior Elements & Specifications
USS Virginia SSN 774
Final USS Virginia SSN 774
Main Interior Sections And General Characteristics
Structure
Weapons
Bow Dome/Torpedo Tubes/Missile Tubes
Bow Dome Components
Functions of Bow Planes
Sail
Section 2
Command and Control
Lockout Trunk and Masts
Tropedo Room
Section 3
Pressure Dome
Berthing
Berthing Levels
Mess
Sections 4,5 and 6
Sections 4,5 and 6
Engine Room/Maneuvering Room/Reactor Compartment
Engine Room
Nuclear Reactor
Galley
Engine Room Components
Ballast and Mud Tanks
Reduction Gears
Functions of Stern Planes, Rudder, and Dihedrals
Propulsor Duct and Propeller
Submarine and American Flag
Section Frame

Engineering Design Technology Contact Information

General questions and requests about Engineering Design Technology should be directed to Jeff Levy 1-866-462-6722, extension 4362, or (540) 674-3600, extension 4362.
You may also email jlevy@nr.edu.

Engineering Design Technology Faculty

Call (540) 674-3600 or toll-free 1-866-462-6722, then you will be prompted to add the extension number to reach any employee.

Douglas Conner

 

Adjunct Instructor

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Tim Downey

 

Adjunct Instructor

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Bob Harrison

 

Adjunct Instructor / Unmanned Systems

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Jeff Levy

 

EDT Program Head, Instructor

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