Re: Dreadnaught class subs?
Sorry not an article, but in 'A History of the Royal Navy: World War 1' by Mike Farquharson-Roberts, Chapter 8.
Comparing Bayden and HMS Revenge*, the German ship was about 20% more flexible which wouldn't have been accepted by British naval architects and probably explains why the Seydlitz would spring leaks from the shock of firing its main armament. The German ship also had less effective internal sub-division to control flooding, was slower to roll which would have caused problems in the North Atlantic if it ever got there, magazines closer to the ships sides and hence more vulnerable, main armament that couldn't elevate as high limiting its maximum range, and less effective range finders.
The Germans did make better use of their range finders by walking their fire onto the target rather than making a series of corrections. Unsurprisingly the British changed to the German method post-Jutland and also designed and issued new ammunition when it was found theirs had had problems penetrating armour if it hit obliquely.
*Similar in displacement, armament, and machinery. Baden was also the design start point for the Bismarck which wasn't a particularly modern ship.