Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Imperial Japanese torpedo boat destroyer Sazanami
- The Engineer
- vol. 88, 28 July 1899, p. 88
The official trial of the torpedo boat destroyer Sazanami (length 220 feet 9 inches, beam 20 feet 6 inches; draught 5 feet 3 inches), built by Messrs. Yarrow and Company, Poplar, for the Imperial Japanese Government, was conducted on the 20th of July 1899. The speed maintained was 31.382 knots with the engines operating at 392 revolutions per minute with a steam pressure of 230 pounds per square inch, and a mean air pressure of one and one eighth inches of water gauge.