Gas Turbines in the Royal Navy, 1965–1969

S. G. Morgan, A. W. Lamport, A. J. R. Smith
1970 Volume 1A: General   unpublished
This paper deals with the Royal Navy's experience with marine gas turbines during the past four years. The Royal Navy now has a large number of semi-industrial type gas turbines at sea and is currently engaged upon the development and sea trials of aircraft type turbines for major warship propulsion, drawing on its experience with the engines of the "Brave" class fast patrol boats, which have had to be overcome on the various engines and in the ship installations are discussed.
doi:10.1115/70-gt-10 fatcat:5vo2g6obifdblmw2z6p7pyw6tm