Sir Anthony Deane (1670)

From NAPwiki
Revision as of 18:14, 18 November 2010 by Landon.bell (Talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search


THE LIFE AND TIMES 1638 Birth 1660 Apprenticed (Woolwich Shipyard) 1662 Meets Samuel Pepys 1664 Appointed Master Shipbuilder, Harwich Yard 1668 Harwich Yard Closes Appointed Master Shipbuilder of Plymouth Yard 1673 Knighted 1674 2 yachts (X and X) delivered to Louis XIV 1676 Mayor of Harwich 1678 Elected Minister to Parliament 1679 Imprisoned in Tower of London 1680 Released from Tower of London Samuel Pepys Retires 1688 William of Orange assumes English Crown 1798 Instructs Peter the Great in Shipbuilding Techniques (unconfirmed) 1703 Death of Samuel Pepys 1721 Death


METHODOLOGY

Determining Stem/Sternpost height & Rake A-D given (length of Keel) Rake of Stempost = ¾ of Breadth Rake of Sternpost = 1/6 breadth * 11/12


Figure 1 Sternpost, Keel, Stempost

Determining Lower Wale Sweep

Figure 2 Determining the shape of the lower Wale


Determining Displacement and Waterline Determine weight of ship (from scantling list) Add stores and crew weight Determine against amount of water displaced (64 pounds per cubic foot of salt water)

Figure 3 Determining Hull Volume

THE SHIPS Table 1 Deane compared to Contemporary designers Designer 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Unrated total Deane 3 4 3 6 9 25 P. Pett 2 2 2 13 19 Shish 2 12 16 C. Pett 2 2 1 1 3 7 Tippets 2 2 3 5 Other 1 1 2 5 3 10 22 Total 8 5 10 8 7 6 50 94


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Johns, A.W. 1925. Sir Anthony Deane. The Mariner's Mirror 11 (2):29.

Lavery, B. (1981). Deane's Doctrine of Naval Architecture. London, Conway Maritime Press.

Pritchard, James. 1987. From Shipwright to Naval Constructor: The Professionalization of 18th-Century French Naval Shipbuilders. Technology and Culture 28 (1):25.

Personal tools