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SMS Karlsruhe Class overview Builders: Germaniawerft and Howaldtswerke Operators: German Empire Preceded by: Magdeburg class Succeeded by: Graudenz class Planned: Two Completed: Two Lost: Two General characteristics Class and type: Karlsruhe class light cruiser Displacement: 4,900 (6,191 full load) Length: 139 m Beam: 13.7 m Draught: 5.79 m Propulsion: 2 shaft Navy turbines, 26,000 shp Speed: 27.8 knots (51 km/h) Complement: 120+ Armament: 12 × 105 mm (4.1 in) SKL/ 45cal (8 × 1), 2 × 500 mm (19.7 in) TT, 120 mines The Karlsruhe class of light cruisers was a pair of two ships built for the German Imperial Navy before the start of World War I. Both of the ships were sunk during the war, the SMS Karlsruhe by an accidental explosion, and the SMS Rostock at the Battle of Jutland. Contents 1 Design 1.1 Dimensions and machinery 1.2 Armament 1.3 Armor 2 See also 3 References // Design Dimensions and machinery The ships of the Karlsruhe class were 139 m long at the waterline, and 142.2 m in length overall. They had a beam of 13.7 m, and a draught of 5.79 m. The ships displaced 4,900 tonnes normally, and 6,191 tonnes fully laden.[1] They were powered by 2-shaft Navy turbines, which produced 26,000 shp, and a rated top speed of 27.8 knots (51.5 km/h). However, in trials, Karlsruhe achieved 37,885 shp (28,251 kW) and a top speed of 28.5 knots (52.8 km/h), while Rostock was able to drive her turbines to 43,628 shp (32,533 kW), and a top speed of 29.3 knots (54.3 km/h).[1] Armament The ships carried the same armament as the preceding Magdeburg class light cruisers. They were armed with twelve 105mm (4.1 in) guns, mounted in single turrets. Two turrets were located fore in a pair, two aft in a similar situation, and four on either side of the middle of the ship. The ships were also armed with two 500mm (19.7 in) torpedo tubes, and 120 mines. Armor The Karlesruhe class ships were also armored with the same protection layout as on the preceding Magdeburg class ships. They had an armored belt that was 2.5 inches (64 mm) thick at the strongest points, and reducing to 0.5 inches (13 mm) in weaker, less critical areas of the ship. The deck was also protected by armor plate, ranging from 2.5 inches (64 mm) to 1 inch (25 mm) in thickness.[1] See also Media related to Karlsruhe class cruiser at Wikimedia Commons References ^ a b c "WWI Naval Combat". http://www.worldwar1.co.uk/cruisers/sms-karlsruhe.html. Retrieved February 17, 2008.  v • d • e Karlsruhe-class cruiser Karlsruhe · Rostock Preceded by: Magdeburg class · Followed by: Graudenz class List of cruisers of the German Imperial Navy v • d • e German naval ship classes of World War I Dreadnought battleships Nassau · Helgoland · Kaiser · König · Bayern Pre-dreadnought battleships Brandenburg · Kaiser Friedrich III · Wittelsbach · Braunschweig · Deutschland Battlecruisers SMS Von der Tann · Moltke · SMS Seydlitz · Derfflinger · Mackensen · Ersatz Yorck Armored cruisers SMS Fürst Bismarck · SMS Prinz Heinrich · Prinz Adalbert · Roon · Scharnhorst · SMS Blücher Light cruisers Gazelle · Bremen · Königsberg · Dresden · Nautilus · Kolberg · Magdeburg · Karlsruhe · Graudenz · Pillau · Wiesbaden · Königsberg · Brummer · Köln Protected cruisers SMS Kaiserin Augusta · Victoria Louise U-boats U 1 · U 2 · U 3 · U 5 · U 9 · U 13 · U 16 · U 17 · U 19 · U 23 · U 27 · U 31 · U 43 · U 51 · U 57 · U 63 · U 66 · U 81 · U 87 · U 93 · U 139 · U 142 · U 151 · UA · UB I · UB II · UB III · UC I · UC II · UC III · UE I · UE II · UF