Hand tools and mechanical accessories for a deep submersible
Winget, Clifford L.
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KeywordUnderwater tools; Hand tools; Manipulator devices; Sample/specimen collection; Ocean science tools; Bottom operation; Deep ocean operation
This report presents the design and construction details for various mechanical hand tools and accessories used by a manned deep submersible. The tools require the use of a mechanical manipulator, and were designed specifically to improve the scientists capability of obtaining deep ocean geological data and biological specimens.
Originally issued as Reference No. 69-32, series later renamed WHOI Technical Reports.
Suggested CitationWinget, C. L. (1969). Hand tools and mechanical accessories for a deep submersible. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/411
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