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  • ...nd 1887, at which time production was switching over to the [[14-in Mark I Torpedo (UK)|14-in Mark I torpedoes]].{{ARTS1884|p. 47}} {{CatTorpedo|16-in|UK}}
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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 ...[[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}}
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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}} ...with with [[18-in Mark VI** Torpedo (UK)|Mark VII*]] or [[18-in Mark VI** Torpedo (UK)|Mark VI**]].{{ARTS1913|p. 8}} The Admiralty had simultaneously impose
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  • * three 21-in submerged tubes:<ref>''Addenda (1911) to Torpedo Manual, Vol. III., 1909'', p. 155.</ref> In early 1914, the ships had one [[Torpedo Director Pattern 2391]] and one [[Torpedo Director Pattern 2392|Pattern 2392]] and were to have them exchanged for -A
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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 ...ook for Fire Control Instruments, 1914'', Plate 46, ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1916'', p. 145}}
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  • By 1918, two additional 9-foot instruments were also to be provided for torpedo control, abreast the captain's sea cabin, except on {{UK-IronDuke}}, where * two 9-ft in fore bridge (likely the torpedo control ones alluded to above)
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  • ...''' was one of thirty-six first-class torpedo boats of the [[Cricket Class Torpedo Boat (1906)|''Cricket'' class]]. {{Footer Cricket Class Torpedo Boat (1906)}}
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  • * Torpedo control tower: 15ft [[F.T. 24]] on [[M.Q. 10]] ...of 6-in Director Firing Circuits'''<br>As shown in ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1915''. ]]
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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
    30 KB (4,533 words) - 07:55, 29 March 2020
  • [[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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  • ==Torpedo Control== ...ol|those of the ''King George V.'' class]], except that she lacked a stern torpedo tube.{{ARTS1913|p. 63}}
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  • In 1916, the British noted that these ships were equipped with anti-torpedo nets.{{ARTS1916|p. 118}} ===Torpedo Control===
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  • ...hts, located near the assistant trainer's seat.<ref>''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 19156'', p. 146.</ref> * Two 9-ft on fore bridge (for torpedo control)
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  • ...There were no reloads for these tubes, and the submerged tubes had their torpedo outfits reduced from 10 to 7 as part of the same decision.{{ARTS1917|pp. 24 There is significant information on this in ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1915''.{{ARTS1915|p. 239}}
    28 KB (4,381 words) - 08:18, 27 March 2020
  • ...e; if there were a Pattern 50 light bulb, could there also be a Pattern 50 torpedo director? The numbers appeared after 1885, as no mention is found in ARTS ...e by Siemens, in use in ''Dreadnought'' c 1911.<ref>''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1911'', p. 95.</ref>
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  • ===Fleet Torpedo Officer=== <div name=fredbot:officeFTO otitle="Fleet Torpedo Officer, East Indies" nat="UK">
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  • ...em and the weapons proved to have little effectiveness at the ranges where torpedo attack became deeply worrying. ...[[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}}
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  • ===Torpedo Control===
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  • ===Torpedo Control=== ...uf Torpedo Tactical Instrument Type B]] and one of the first nine [[Renouf Torpedo Tactical Instrument Type F]]s manufactured by Elliott Brothers.{{ARTS1919|p
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  • By the end of 1915, she had been equipped with a [[Torpedo Control Plotting Instrument Mark I]] in her {{TCT}}. This probably made he ...apital ship possible an additional effective 9-foot rangefinder to support torpedo control, ''Centurion'' proposed one centrally on the fore bridge.{{ARTS1918
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