Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Notes and memoranda
- The Engineer
- vol. 91, 510, p. 539
The official full-power coal consumption at 30 knots of the torpedo boat destroyer Sprightly, built by Laird Brothers, Birkenhead, for the British Government, were conducted in mid-May 1901. The mean speed over six runs on the measured mile was 30.2 knots, and an average speed of 30.03 knots was maintained for three hours.