Water-Tube Boilers In The Navy - Tuesday 3 June 1902

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HMS Decoy (1894) - Infogalactic: the planetary …

2 Thornycroft water-tube boilers 2 × triple-expansion steam engines 2 shafts Speed: 27 kn (31 mph; 50 km/h) Crew: 46-53 Armament: 1 × QF 12 pounder 12 cwt naval gun 3 × 6 pounder QF guns 3 × 18 inch (450mm) torpedo tubes

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HMS Grasshopper (1909)

In early June 1901 a boiler explosion occurred on board Daring at anchor off Portsmouth, causing the death of a crew-member and injuring several others. An inquiry showed that some tubes were blown out of the lower drum, thus freeing a flood of scalding water and steam. [8]

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Yarrow and Co - Graces Guide

Yarrow was also a builder of boilers, and a type of water-tube boiler developed by the company was known as the "Yarrow type boiler". 1865/6 Alfred Yarrow established the partnership of Yarrow and Hedley at Folly Wall, Poplar on the Isle of Dogs to build steam river launches.

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List of pre-dreadnought battleships of the Royal Navy | …

2 × steam engines, water-tube boilers 8 December 1898 7 June 1902 Sold for scrap 4 June 1920 HMS Bulwark 4 x 12 in (30 cm) 14,500 long tons (14,700 t) 2 × shafts 2 × steam engines, water-tube boilers 20 March 1899 11 March 1902 Blown up 26 November

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HMS Glory (1899) | Military Wiki | Fandom

2 shafts, water tube boilers, vertical triple expansion steam engines by Lairds, 15,400 ihp (11,500 kW). Belleville boilers. Speed: 18 knots Complement: 750 Armament: 4 × BL 12-inch (304.8 mm) 35-caliber Mk VIII guns 12 × QF 6-inch (152.4 mm) 40-caliber guns

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"FLIVVERS – THE FIRST STEAM TURBINE DRIVEN …

30/12/2014 · Armament – Five 3"/50 guns – Three 18" torpedo tubes (later upgraded to six in three dual mounts) Crew – 89 Machinery – Triple screw, direct drive Parsons steam turbines – 10,000 SHP Boilers – Four Mosher water tube boilers – Saturated steam – 240 psi

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Combustion chamber

The larger boilers were 15 feet 9 inches (4.80 m) diameter and 20 feet (6.1 m) long, the smaller were 11 feet 9 inches (3.58 m) in length. All ends had three corrugated Morrison furnaces of 3 feet 9 inches (1.14 m) diameter, 159 furnaces in total, and a working pressure of 215 pounds per square inch (1,480 kPa).

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Water-tube boiler - Wikipedia

A high pressure watertube boiler (also spelled water-tube and water tube) is a type of boiler in which water circulates in tubes heated externally by the fire. Fuel is burned inside the furnace, creating hot gas which boils water in the steam-generating tubes.

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Boiler Steam drum internals and function

30/5/2018 · May 30, 2018 Boiler articles, Water tube Boilers Leave a comment 27,159 Views In the water tube boiler the upper drum ( Boiler steam drum ) provides for separation of steam from water. It also provides liquid holdup capacity (typically 10 to 60 seconds) to allow for a dynamic response to load changes without losing liquid in the downcomer and riser tubes.

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HMS Ocean (1898) | Military Wiki | Fandom

10/9/2020 · Reports of her launch gave fairly accurate accounts of her dimensions and correctly reported that she was powered by three Parsons turbines and five water-tube boilers. In June 1910 it was announced that the Beagle and the Grasshopper were to replace two River class destroyers in the first destroyer flotilla, then based on the East Coast.

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Russian battleship Pobeda | Military Wiki | Fandom

The ship was thoroughly rebuilt at Yokosuka Naval Arsenal in 1905–08 with Miyabara water-tube boilers, new guns and torpedo tubes, and had her fighting tops removed. These changes reduced her displacement to 12,900 long tons (13,100 t) and her draft to 26.02 feet (7.9 m).

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HMS Sunfish (1895) - HistoryOfWar.org

1/1/2019 · The Hawthorn Leslie ships had eight Yarrow water-tube boilers organised in pairs. Each pairs had a shared uptake, and the uptakes from pairs 2 and 3 …

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Royal Navy and Naval History.Net - HMS Warrior to …

20 Belleville boilers 3 cyl TE engines, 2 shaft, 13,500ihp = 18kts. First British battleships with water-tube boilers, and 300psi compared with 155psi in earlier cylindrical boilers. belt 6in, bulkheads 10in

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