The Titanic presentation info (how to present (Just talk with a few photos…
The Titanic presentation info
With newly-designed watertight compartments and remotely-operated, electronic watertight doors, it's easy to see why engineers believed the ship was practically unsinkable.
Although the ship had been designed to stay afloat even if four of its 16 watertight compartments were breached, the iceberg's glancing blow caused the ship's hull plates to buckle along its starboard (right) side, and water soon began to fill six of the watertight compartments. Less than three hours later, the ship would break apart and sink over two miles to the ocean floor.
Blame for the incident fell on the ship's deceased captain, E. J. Smith, who was condemned for racing at 22 knots through a known ice field in the dark waters off the coast of Newfoundland
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. For example, experts believe the ship was sailing too fast for the icy conditions. Moreover, they think Captain Edward J. Smith paid too little attention to iceberg warnings that had been received.
The primary factor involved the ship's collision with a massive iceberg. The ship had been billed as 'unsinkable' due to sixteen compartments that were believed to be watertight. When the ship struck the iceberg, six of those compartments were damaged and the ship began to take on water very rapidly.
the captain goes off route
too many 'watertight compartments' breached
in the boats design there were 16 "watertight" compartments wich in the case of a crash could keep the boat afloat providing no more then 4 were filled with water. Sadly when the crash happened 6 of them were ripped open and when they filled up the boat started to sink very fast. Over the next 2 hours the ship snapped in half and sunk down to the sea floor taking the lives of 1503 of the 2208 passengers with it.
Just before midnight was when the crash occured. The titanics lookouts spotted the iceberg and the Captain tried to swerve and avoid the iceberg but it was too late and they hit the iceberg ripping open the side compartments
captain going too fast
First of all the Titanic's Captain Edward J. Smith decided to go faster than planned travelling at 22 knonts when the origional speed was set for 21. the reason they did this was so that when they arrived at their destination early they could brag and people would be impressed of how fast the ship went.
leading up to the crash the Titanic recieved 6 warnings of sea ice but they chose to ignore them and when the message reciever went off duty the other warnings didnt even get sent to the captain. This was a very bad decision because if they had listened to the warnings and slowed down then the crash could have been avoided.