Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Notes and Memoranda
- The Engineer
- vol. 84, 30 July 1897, p. 109
The debate regarding the differences in the power developed by steam yachts and torpedo boats was easily answered; the boiler pressure in a steam yacht was lower (not over 150 lb. per square inch), than those of a torpedo boat, which was run at pressures up to 250 lb. per square inch.