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U-Boat VII C submarine Low Poly

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Product ID:1076985
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
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U-boat Type VII C U-boat.

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The Type VIIC was the workhorse of the German U-boat force, with 568 commissioned from 1940 to 1945.[76] The first VIIC boat commissioned was the U-69 in 1940. The Type VIIC was an effective fighting machine and was seen almost everywhere U-boats operated, although its range of only 8,500 nautical miles was not as great as that of the larger Type IX (11,000 nautical miles), severely limiting the time it could spend in the far reaches of the western and southern Atlantic without refueling from a tender or U-boat tanker.[76] The VIIC came into service toward the end of the 'First Happy Time'[Note 6] near the beginning of the war and was still the most numerous type in service when Allied anti-submarine efforts finally defeated the U-boat campaign in late 1943 and 1944.[76]
For submerged propulsion, several different electric motors were used. Early models used the VIIB configuration of two AEG GU 460/8-276 electric motors, totaling 750 PS (550 kiloWatt; 740 shp) with a max rpm of 296, while newer boats used two BBC GG UB 720/8, Garbe, Lahmeyer & Co. RP 137/c or Siemens-Schuckert-Werke (SSW) GU 343/38-8 electric motors with the same power output as the AEG motors.[76]
Perhaps the most famous VIIC boat was U-96, featured in thClass overview
Name:        Type VII
Neptun Werft, Rostock
Deschimag, Bremen
Germaniawerft, Kiel
Flender Werke, Lbeck
Danziger Werft, Danzig
Blohm & Voss, Hamburg
Kriegsmarinewerft, Wilhelmshaven
Nordseewerke, Emden
Schichau-Werke, Danzig,[1]
Howaldtswerke AG, Kiel
Soviet Navy [Note 1]
Royal Norwegian Navy [Note 2]
Royal Navy [Note 3]
French Navy [Note 4]
Spanish Navy[Note 5]
Cost:        4,189,000 Reichmarks[2][3]
In commission:        1936 1970 (G-7)
Completed:        703
General characteristics (Type VIIC)
769 tonnes (757 long tons) surfaced
871 t (857 long tons) submerged[4]
67.10 m (220 ft 2 in) o/a[1]
50.50 m (165 ft 8 in) pressure hull[1]
6.20 m (20 ft 4 in) (o/a)[1]
4.70 m (15 ft 5 in) (pressure hull)[1]
Height:        9.60 m (31 ft 6 in)[1]
Draft:        4.74 m (15 ft 7 in)[1]
Propulsion:        2 supercharged 6-cylinder 4-stroke diesel engines totalling 2,8003,200 PS (2,1002,400 kiloW; 2,8003,200 shp). Max rpm: 470490[1]
17.7 knots (32.8 km/h; 20.4 mph) surfaced[1]
7.6 knots (14.1 km/h; 8.7 mph) submerged[1]
8,500 nmi (15,700 km; 9,800 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) surfaced[1]
80 nmi (150 km; 92 mi) at 4 knots (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) submerged[1]
Test depth:        
230 m (750 ft)[1]
Calculated crush depth: 250295 m (820968 ft)[1]
Complement:        44-52 officers & ratings[1]
5 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes (4 bow, 1 stern)[1]
14 torpedoes or 26 TMA or 39 TMB mines
1 8.8 cm SK C/35 naval gun[5] with 220 rounds
Various antiaircraft weaponrye movie Das Boot.[76]
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