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  • ...ll><sub>2</sub></small></small> Above-Water Tube''' was a single revolving tube used by the [[Apollo Class Cruiser (1890)|''Apollo'' class cruisers]].
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  • The '''14-in VII.<small>B</small> Above-Water Tube''' was a single revolving tube used by the [[Barham Class Cruiser (1889)|''Barham'' class cruisers]].
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  • [[File:UKTorpM1909IIIPlate29.jpg|thumb|600px|'''Tube sections'''{{UKTorpM1909III|Plate 29}}]] ...by the [[Sharpshooter Class Torpedo Gunboat (1888)|''Sharpshooter'' class torpedo gunboats]].
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  • The '''21-in Short Above-Water Tube''' was a single revolving tube used by the [[Beagle Class Destroyer (1909)|''Beagle'' class destroyers]]. ...door. A powder impulse was employed. It was like the 18-in light pattern tube, except it had a swing door. It weighed 3,140 pounds.{{UKAddenda1911TorpM1
    548 B (83 words) - 15:12, 30 October 2013
  • The '''21-in Long Above-Water Tube''' was a single revolving tube first used by the [[Acorn Class Destroyer (1910)|''Acorn'' class destroyers ...door. A powder impulse was employed. It was like the 18-in light pattern tube, except it had a swing door. It had a hand brake and locking pawl. It wei
    651 B (99 words) - 15:13, 30 October 2013
  • ...nd used by contemporary destroyers and scouts, such as the [[Cricket Class Torpedo Boat (1906)|''Cricket'' class T.B.s.]].{{UKTorpM1909III|pp. 233}} ...no training gear, allowing a light roller path to replace the racer. Its tube was in 2 rather than 3 sections (lengthwise), to eliminate one heavy flange
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  • [[File:ARTS1917Plate23.jpg|thumb|512px|'''21-in T.R. Torpedo Tube'''{{ARTS1917|Plate23}}<br>Notice the locking levers for the access doors]] ...'''21-in T.R. Torpedo Mountings''' were the [[Royal Navy]]'s first triple torpedo mountings, and employed in [["W" Class Destroyer (1917)|"W" Class destroyer
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  • [[File:ARTS1913Plate15.jpg|thumb|512px|'''21-in D.R. Torpedo Mounting Mark II'''{{ARTS1913|Plate15}}<br>First used in 1913's ''Arethusa' The '''21-in D.R. Torpedo Tube''' was the [[Royal Navy]]'s first dual torpedo mounting, and was employed in destroyers and light cruisers designed shortl
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  • ...-division was improved to decrease the possibility of sinking from mine or torpedo attack. Unlike ''Dreadnought'' the ''Bellerophon'' class were given two tr ...forward, depressed 1 degree and angled 15 degrees before the beam, axis of tube 11 foot 6.625 inches below load water line and 2 foot 5 inches above the de
    16 KB (2,370 words) - 08:56, 6 April 2018
  • * two forward, depressed 2 degrees and angled directly abeam, axis of tube 12 foot 4.625 inches below load water line and 1 foot 10 inches above the d * one in the stern, depressed 1 degree; axis of tube 8 feet 6 inches below load water line and 1 foot 9 inches above the deck.
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  • * three 21-in submerged tubes:<ref>''Addenda (1911) to Torpedo Manual, Vol. III., 1909'', p. 155.</ref> ...feet, 7.4375 inches below load waterline, depressed 2 degrees with axis of tube 1 foot 7.5625 inches above the deck.
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  • The ships had three 21-in submerged torpedo tubes. ''Orion'''s broadside tubes were angled at 90 degrees, and the othe ...d WL and axis 1 foot, 8.625 inches above the deck.<ref>''Addenda (1911) to Torpedo Manual, Vol. III., 1909'', p. 155.</ref>
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  • * Torpedo Control Tower: 6 inches, 3 inch roof ...erline with the tube axis 2 feet, 1.1875 inches above the deck. The stern tube was depressed 1 degree and was 8.5 feet below load WL with its axis 1 foot,
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  • * a 3331 at each tube to a 3331 with 2465 at the T.C.T. * a 3331 at each tube to a 3331 with 2465 at the C.T.
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  • ...n of the fire control outfits of these ships in the ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1915''. By 1918, two additional 9-foot instruments were also to be provided for torpedo control. On ''Ramillies'', these were situated on each side of the lower s
    29 KB (4,457 words) - 11:59, 7 April 2018
  • [[File:ARTS1913Plate53.jpg|thumb|300px|'''Torpedo Control Systems'''{{ARTS1913|Plate 53}}]] The ships had five submerged 18-in torpedo tubes:{{UKTorpM1909III|p. 265}}
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  • ...[[18-in R.G.F. Mark VI* Torpedo|Mark VI* H.]] or [[18-in R.G.F. Mark VI** Torpedo|Mark VI** H.]].{{ARTS1909|pp. 13-4}} ...ot rangefinder on an open mounting was to be added specifically to augment torpedo control.{{ARTS1917|p. 198. (C.I.O. 481/17)}}
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  • ...submerged broadside tubes forward depressed 2 degrees with the axis of the tube 1 foot 9 inches above the deck.{{UKAddenda1911TorpM1909III|p. 155}} ==Torpedo Control==
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  • ...em and the weapons proved to have little effectiveness at the ranges where torpedo attack became deeply worrying. ...forward, depressed 1 degree and angled 15 degrees before the beam, axis of tube 11 foot 2 inches below load water line and 2 foot 5 inches above the deck.
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  • Three 18-in submerged tubes:<ref>''Addenda (1911) to Torpedo Manual, Vol. III., 1909'', p. 155.</ref> ...d, 12 feet 4.625 inches below load water line depressed 2 degrees, axis of tube 1 foot 10 inches above the deck
    20 KB (2,916 words) - 08:44, 1 October 2017
  • ...firing practice exercise on 1 July, 1918, ''Benbow'' reloaded a submerged tube in a one minute, and fired the second shot after a further delay of one min ...competitive firing trials as part of the Mediterranean Fleet, her forward torpedo flat fired at intervals of 135, 70, 65 and 96 seconds, and the aft flat at
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  • ...petitive firing trials as part of the [[Mediterranean Fleet]], her forward torpedo flat fired at intervals of 62, 70, 93 and 132 seconds, and the aft flat at ...ired the second shot after a further delay of six seconds. With the other tube, she took two minutes fifteen seconds to reload and 45 further seconds to f
    15 KB (2,071 words) - 07:28, 9 September 2019
  • ...fired the second shot after a further delay of twenty seconds. The second tube failed to reload due to a misunderstood order.{{ARTS1918|pp. 266-7}}
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  • * one above water fixed tube astern, horizontal, with a 3-in armoured shutter. ...d broadside forward, depressed 1 degree and angled directly abeam; axis of tube was 11 foot 9 inches below load water line and 2 foot 3.5 inches above the
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  • ...them) for exercise, depressed 1 degree and angled directly abeam, axis of tube 11 foot 5 inches below load water line and 2 foot 3 inches above the deck. ...rcise, depressed 1 degree and angled at 20 degrees abaft the beam; axis of tube 11 foot 8 inches below load water line and 2 foot 4 inches above the deck.
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  • She completed her two days torpedo trials at Spithead on the evening of 24 September, 1895. Firing from a sta ...while operating with the Channel Fleet, she suffered a fracture of the "A" tube near the muzzle in two of her Mark VIII 12-in guns. This mishap prompted a
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  • * two forward, depressed 1 degree and angled directly abeam, axis of tube 10 foot 11 inches below load water line and 2 foot 5 inches above the deck. ...aft, depressed 1 degree and angled at 22.5 degrees abaft the beam; axis of tube 10 foot 4 inches below load water line and 2 foot 5 inches above the deck.
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  • * two forward, depressed 1 degree and angled directly abeam, axis of tube 10 foot 8 inches below load water line and 2 foot 5 inches above the deck. ...ees abaft the beam (an earlier source says 25{{ARTS1898|p. 598}}); axis of tube 10 foot 8 inches below load water line and 2 foot 5 inches above the deck.
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