Building the Steam Navy

Building the Steam Navy

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By the end of the Napoleonic wars, the shore-based facilities of the Royal Navy employed nearly 16, 000 people in the UK. This volume is an account of the development of the dockyard as the continuing introduction of new technology forged a revolution in ship design and construction.Another way of creating a rigid frame was developed by Charles Fowler in Hungerford Fish Market, where he ... and, more relevantly, Woolwich Steam Factory, where they also completed the graving dock after Rangera#39;s abortive efforts. Grissell ... 2 slip was in need of repair, the latter providing a rare instance where timbers from an identifiable ship were reused in a building.2 In April 1839 Brandreth instructed the officers at Pembroke Dock to forward a plan and section for two slip roofs;anbsp;...

Title:Building the Steam Navy
Author: David Evans
Publisher:Naval Institute Press - 2004-01

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