Mission continues to save the lives of five people
Atlantic Ocean I went looking for the wreckage of the Titanic Titan submarine The lives of five rich people of the world are in danger due to the disappearance of. The submarine’s oxygen is about to run out, in such a situation various speculations are being made around the world about his life.
The important question is what will happen when the oxygen in the submarine runs out? This question is in the headlines in the entire media world these days. The experts have released their most recent assessment. He has said that if the CO2 scrubbers are destroyed, it will take only a few hours for people to die. Due to the formation of gas, they will faint a lot.
Oxygen level is decreasing rapidly
Since the submarine’s disappearance, rescue teams have been scouring the Atlantic Ocean to find the Titan in the deep sea and rescue the people aboard. The oxygen level in Titan is running out fast. And this is the reason why the lives of all the five people have come in danger.
Experts have issued the latest warning that rising carbon dioxide levels in the Titan submersible could pose the greatest danger to the five missing. But experts have apprehension that the power inside the 22-feet submarine would have already been exhausted.
This means that the ‘scrubbers’ designed to filter out toxic levels of CO2 in confined spaces may have already been turned off. In such a situation, as the level of oxygen decreases, the level of carbon dioxide will increase. And with this the danger will also increase.
CO2 scrubbing keeps people alive
Dr. Ken Ledes, an expert in hyperbaric medicine at Memorial University in Newfoundland, says that in this condition, the people of the submarine fall asleep as if unconscious. Due to the low temperature in the depth of the sea, there is also a risk of hypothermia.
Although experts believe that the underwater ship uses a process called CO2 scrubbing. It also traps and removes carbon dioxide from the air. Due to which a safe breathing environment is maintained.
Suffocation as soon as the oxygen decreases
The US Department of Agriculture has warned that breathing oxygen-deficient air due to high CO2 concentrations can result in death by suffocation. It is believed that people can survive without oxygen for about 15 minutes.
Carbon dioxide is a big danger
Dr. Del Mole said that the biggest danger in the whole situation is from carbon dioxide. If the battery power is out, the scrubbing system will not work. This will increase the danger.
Dr Mole said: ‘When people inside breathe in oxygen, they will exhale oxygen and its quantity will be 21 per cent to 17 per cent. But when they release carbon dioxide, which has to be removed or else it can get contaminated.
Because the life of the batteries in such submarines is limited. People can suffocate even before the oxygen runs out because poisonous gas can fill their lungs.
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