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Titanic Topic Presentation

  1. 1. titanic
  2. 2. description The Titanic was an Olympic Class British passenger vessel. She was owned by the White Star Line. The Titanic weighed in (when fully loaded) at about 46328 tons and took three years to make. She had the first heated swimming pool on any ship and every stateroom had electric lights and heating. She had different dining rooms for different classes. She sunk at precisely 2:23 A.M. on April 15, 1912.
  3. 3. Most of the passenger vessels in the early 1900’s were not required to hold enough lifeboats for the capacity of the ship. The Titanic had a maximum capacity of 3,547 people, and carried lifeboats to hold 1,517 people.
  4. 4. characteristics Her maiden trip started on April 10 of 1912. It was believed to be an unsinkable ship; therefore, they didn’t care about bringing enough life saviors boats. They received several warnings about the iceberg zone, but the captain didn’t care because he wanted to make the record on being the fastest trip.
  5. 5. The passengers allowed to occupy the life saviors boats were woman, children and finally the ones who were travelling in first class.
  6. 6. parts of a ship
  7. 7. bow
  8. 8. sunk titanic bow
  9. 9. hull
  10. 10. titanic’s hull
  11. 11. Final moments Of Titanic……………..
  12. 12. Titanic hit the starboard side with the ice berg.
  13. 13. The under compartments of the bow started to flood.
  14. 14. Initially the sinking was somewhat slower…….
  15. 15. Yet the later part of the sinking was sort of faster and the golden funnels of Titanic stared to lose one by one
  16. 16. Titanic continued to lose her funnels while the stern was rising nearly 60 degrees from the ocean level
  17. 17. She was out of electrical power and the stress concentration had reached the maximum @ the 2nd expansion joint of the ship which lied in between the 3rd and 4th funnels…….
  18. 18. ….caused the Titanic to splint into two from the 2nd expansion joint…
  19. 19. …right down to the keel of the vessel and the Stern fell back.
  20. 20. The Bow submerged completely by pulling down the Stern vertically and then finally detached
  21. 21. The Stern floated a couple of minutes perpendicular to the ocean level.
  22. 22. Then the stern flooded and foundered completely leaving no trace of Titanic.
  23. 23. The Bow traveled nearly 3km down the Atlantic ocean
  24. 24. And finally landed @ 2.20 AM on 15th April 1912