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Brazilian ironclad Sete de Setembro : ウィキペディア英語版
Brazilian ironclad Sete de Setembro

The Brazilian ironclad ''Sete de Setembro'' was an wooden-hulled armored frigate built for the Brazilian Navy during the Paraguayan War in the late 1860s. Construction was delayed by a debate over her armament and she was not completed until 1874, by which time the ship was essentially obsolete. ''Sete de Setembro'' was transferred to Rio de Janeiro in the 1880s and captured by the rebels during the Fleet Revolt of 1893–94. She sank after she caught fire when the government forces recaptured her in late 1893.
==Design and description==
''Sete de Setembro'' was designed as an enlarged, and seaworthy, version of the casemate ironclad as part of the 1867 Naval Program, but she was ultimately classified as an armored frigate. Before construction began weather decks were added fore and aft to improve seaworthiness and protect the capstans fore and aft. The hull was sheathed with Muntz metal to reduce biofouling and a bronze ram, long, was fitted. For sea passages the ship's freeboard could be increased to by use of removable bulwarks high.〔Gratz, pp. 157, 159〕
The ship measured long overall, with a beam of and she had a mean draft of . ''Sete de Setembro'' normally displaced . Her crew numbered 185 officers and men.〔Gratz, p. 162〕

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