Knots

Some articles on knots:

AĆ©rospatiale N 262 - Specifications (Nord 262A)
... Bastan VI C turboprops, 794 kW (1,065 ehp) each Performance Never exceed speed 498 km/h (269 knots, 309 mph) Maximum speed 385 km/h (208 knots, 239 ...
HMS Pheasant (U49)
... The Pheasant had a top speed of 20 knots - their prey, the German U-Boats, could only manage 18 knots (33 km/h) on the surface and no more than 8 knots (15 km/h) submerged ...
New Year's Day Storm
... average) to have reached 90 knots (45 m/s) ... Unofficial records of gusts in excess of 130 knots (67 m/s) were recorded in Shetland, while Statfjord-B in the North Sea recorded wind gusts in excess of 145 knots (75 m/s) ...
B Class Destroyer (1913)
... specifications, the uniting feature being a specified top speed of 30 knots (56 km/h) and 4 funnels, although the funnel spacings differed between ships ... class, giving an increase in speed of 3 knots (5.6 km/h) over the "27 knotters" ... to 9,000 shaft horsepower (6,700 kW) for 26.75 knots (49.54 km/h) to 31 knots (57 km/h) ...
Derfflinger Class Battlecruiser - Design - Machinery
... This would have given the two ships a top speed of 26.5 knots (49.1 km/h 30.5 mph) ... engines achieved 76,634 shaft horsepower (57,146 kW), but a top speed of 25.5 knots (47.2 km/h 29.3 mph) ... engines reached 80,988 shp (60,393 kW) and a top speed of 26.4 knots (48.9 km/h 30.4 mph) ...

Famous quotes containing the word knots:

    Victory won’t come

    to me unless I go
    to it; a grape tendril
    ties a knot in knots till

    knotted thirty times,—
    Marianne Moore (1887–1972)

    One key, one solution to the mysteries of the human condition, one solution to the old knots of fate, freedom, and foreknowledge, exists, the propounding, namely, of the double consciousness. A man must ride alternately on the horses of his private and public nature, as the equestrians in the circus throw themselves nimbly from horse to horse, or plant one foot on the back of one, and the other foot on the back of the other.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The Chief Defect of Henry King
    Was chewing little bits of String.
    At last he swallowed some which tied
    Itself in ugly Knots inside.
    Hilaire Belloc (1870–1953)