3 edition of Torpedo war, and submarine explosions. found in the catalog.
Torpedo war, and submarine explosions.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., Xerox University Microfilms, 1974. 35 mm. (American Culture Series, reel 594.9)
|Series||American culture series -- 594.9.|
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: Torpedo War And Submarine Explosions () (): Robert Fulton: Books. Torpedo War, and Submarine Explosions [ a Reproduction ] by Fulton, Robert and a great selection of related books, The rest of the book is a reproduction of Robert Fulton's report to President James Madison and to the Members of both Houses of Congress, dateddetailing some experiments on Torpedo defense and attack, proving the.
Excerpt from Torpedo War, and Submarine Explosions N View of the prominent part played in the present World War by torpedoes and submarines, the subject of our extra N 0. 35 is peculiarly timely.
The original of is very scarce, only one copy having been sold at auction in many years: nor are copies to be found in any but a few of our Author: Robert Fulton. Book from Project Gutenberg: Torpedo War, and Submarine Explosions.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fulton, Robert, Torpedo war, and submarine explosions. Chicago, Swallow Press  (OCoLC) TORPEDO WAR, AND SUBMARINE EXPLOSIONS Estimate for an anchored Torpedo Thirty-two pounds of copper, at seventy-five cents a pound $ A lock in a brass box, water-tight One hundred pounds of powder,twenty cents a pound 00 Machinery to let it rise to the surface in a given time, rope, cork-box, anchor, and weights "Torpedo War, and Submarine Explosions" by Robert Fulton.
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By R. Fulton., and The Ounce a Day Man/5. A modern torpedo is an underwater ranged weapon launched above or below the water surface, self-propelled towards a target, and with an explosive warhead designed to detonate either on contact with or in proximity to the target.
Historically, it was called an automotive, automobile, locomotive or fish torpedo; colloquially called a term torpedo was originally employed. Torpedo war Get this from a library. Torpedo war, and submarine explosions. [Robert Fulton].
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Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. The plates depict the brig, Dorothea, "as she was blown up on the 15th of Oct. ," a submerged torpedo mine, and other illustrations showing how the torpedo is carried aboard a vessel, how a harpoon is used in torpedo explosives, etc.
One of the chapters is about "the Imaginary Inhumanity of Torpedo War."Author: Fulton, Robert. Buy Torpedo War and Submarine Explosions () Torpedo War and Submarine Explosions () by Robert Fulton, Jr. online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Torpedoes & torpedo warfare, by Charles William Sleeman, Torpedo war, & submarine explosions, by Robert Fulton, The submarine torpedo boat, its characteristics & modern development, by Allen Hoar, The submarine in war & peace, by Simon Lake, The submarine boys' trial trip, by Victor G.
Durham, Author: Henry Newbolt George Battey, Paul Konig, Alexander Higgins, Charles Sleeman, Robert Fulton, Allen Hoar, Simon Lake, Victor Durham, Farnham Bishop, Thomas Parker, Thomas Corbin, Anna Codman. A spar torpedo is a weapon consisting of a bomb placed at the end of a long pole, or spar, and attached to a weapon is used by running the end of the spar into the enemy ship.
Spar torpedoes were often equipped with a barbed spear at the end, so it would stick to wooden hulls.A fuse could then be used to detonate it. Invention. Robert Fulton had written about submarine.
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The Mark 14 torpedo was the United States Navy's standard submarine-launched anti-ship torpedo of World War weapon was plagued with many problems which crippled its performance early in the war. It was supplemented by the Mark 18 electric torpedo in the last two years of the war.
Nonetheless, the Mark 14 played a major role in the devastating blow U.S. Type: Anti-surface ship torpedo. 1 quote from Robert Fulton: 'The fear of meeting the opposition of envy, or the illiberality of ignorance is, no doubt, the frequent cause of preventing many ingenious men from ushering opinions into the world which deviate from common practice.
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In January President Thomas Jefferson and President–elect James Madison viewed Fulton’s concept and expressed some interest in his model.
In January Fulton published ‘Torpedo War and Submarine Explosions.’ to sway his critics and Congress to financially support a demonstration. The prototype exploder was fitted to a Mark 10 torpedo and test-fired in Narragansett Bay on 8 May ; the submarine USS L-8 was the target.
In the first test, the torpedo ran underneath the target submarine but did not explode; a second test was successful. Those two shots were the only live-fire tests until World War II. Kaiten were designed to be launched from the deck of a submarine or surface ship, or from coastal installations as a coastal defence weapon.
The cruiser Kitakami was equipped to launch Kaiten and took part in sea launch trials of Type 1s. In addition, several destroyers of the Matsu class were also adapted to launch the weapon. In practice, only the Type 1 craft, using the Place of origin: Empire of Japan. A copy of the rare first edition of Robert Fulton's work, "Torpedo War and Submarine Explosions," published in this city by William Elliott inis in the collection of Charles M.
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Yet, how much influence did it have on the war. Available Now from Dutton Books. A Scientific American “Recommended Book” An Amazon “Best Book of the Month” for History.
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torpedo, in naval warfare, a self-propelled submarine projectile loaded with explosives, used for the destruction of enemy ships.
Although there were attempts at subsurface warfare in the 16th and 17th cent., the modern torpedo had its origin in the efforts of David Bushnell, who, during the American Revolution, experimented with a submarine submarine.Title: Torpedo War and Submarine Explosions Author Name: Fulton, Robert Categories: Military-Naval, Edition: Facsimile Edition Publisher: Chicago, The Swallow Press:  Binding: Hardback Seller ID: ID Keywords: Militaria - Naval.
Torpedo Junction is one of the most exciting and action filled books I have read. It covers the early U-boat war off the East coast.
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