The Navy’s Dry Combat Submersible (DCS) is a new small submersible operated by a crew of 2 and capable of transporting 8 additional passengers. It is able to operate in both fresh and salt water, however the DCS has reduced payload capability in the less dense fresh water. Design and fabrication of a prototype system that will be fitted to the DCS, tested, and demonstrated to manage buoyancy is desired.
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