BUILDING SUBMARINE CHASERS BY STANDARDIZED METHODS

Paper #:
  • 170030

Published:
  • 1917-01-01
DOI:
  • 10.4271/170030
Citation:
SUTPHEN, H., "BUILDING SUBMARINE CHASERS BY STANDARDIZED METHODS," SAE Technical Paper 170030, 1917, doi:10.4271/170030.
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Pages:
8
Abstract:
The author outlines the history of the 550 submarine chasers built for the British Government between April, 1915, and November, 1916, and attributes the success of the undertaking largely to scientific standardization. He cites some of the early difficulties in obtaining supplies and tells how they were met, and mentions how and why the fabrication was carried out in this country and the assembly made in Canada. The paper concludes with citation of the principal dimensions of the boats, power, speed and cruising radius. In the course of the discussion the author refers further to the power plant and mentions some of the war-time duties of this type of craft.
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