By Song Q., Zhang Y.
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After four days the Dutch had won an impressive victory, but within the month the English had more than made up for their defeat. Such close and frequent main fleet actions were the main feature of the three Anglo-Dutch wars. The artist was familiar with the Dutch, but not the English, ships. Storck, like his contemporaries, also compressed events in space and time, producing a packed canvas. (Abraham Storck) WAR AT SEA IN THE AGE OF SAIL THE ANGLO-DUTCH WARS AND THE ORIGINS OF MODERN NAVAL POWER A Dutch frigate.
The size and length of naval guns was determined by the space available for recoil and the use of manpower to move and load them. In 1650 almost all naval guns were cast in bronze, and at the beginning of the eighteenth century it remained the best material for the purpose, being lighter and more durable than iron. When battle fleets began to expand, however, it was simply too expensive. The demands of armies, where lightness was at a premium, ensured A NAVAL CANNON A naval cannon of the early nineteenth century, based on Bloomfield's design, and fitted with a flintlock.
At Scheveningen the English first formally employed the 'line of battle' to maximize the tactical power of artillery, and minimize Dutch seamanship. As the big English ships were too unwieldy to put about and use both broadsides, they used the line as a defensive formation, building tactics on military discipline and the effective service of artillery: This was hardly surprising, as the generals were AVAL POWER 1650-74 . The attempted destruction of the Andrew by a Dutch fireship at the battle of Scheveningen, 31 July 1653.
1.55um Wavelength Operation of E(3+,r)-Doped Optical Fiber Bistability by Song Q., Zhang Y.