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1916 Liverpool Engineering Society: Index

From Graces Guide
1916.

Note: This is a sub-section of 1916 Liverpool Engineering Society


CONTENTS.

  • Past Presidents of the Society v.
  • Council and Officers for XLII Session-1915-1916 vii.
  • Portrait of Professor E. W. MARCHANT, D.Sc. (Loud.), M.I.E.E facing 1
  • Inaugural Address.— By Professor E. W. MARCHANT, D. Sc. (Loud.), M.I.E.E

Papers Read during Session—

  • Some Principles Underlying the Water-Tight Subdivision of Ships. By Professor T. B. ABELL, R.C.N.C., ret., M.I.N.A. ; with Discussion 15
  • Notes on the Overhead Railway.— By E. J. NEACHELL, M.L Mech. E., M.I.E.E. 47
  • Notes on the Mersey Railway.— By JOSHUA SHAW, M. Inst. C.E., M.I. Mech.E., M.I.E.E. 56
  • Discussion on above Papers 74
  • Electrical Machinery for Ship Use.— By C. E. JONES ; with Discussion 86
  • Marine Refrigeration.— By J. WEMYSS ANDERSON, M. Eng. (L'pool), M. Inst. C.E., M.I. Mech. E. ; with Discussion 190
  • Plates I and II illustrating above facing 134
  • Recent Developments he Telephony.— By G. C. MARRIS, B. Sc., A.M.I.E.E. ; with Discussion 154
  • The Education of a Marine Engineer.— By J. B. JEFFREY; with Discussion 203
  • Efficiency of Projectors and Reflectors.— By HAYDN T. HARRISON, M.I.E.E.; with Discussion 537
  • Notes on the Modernising of an Electric Supply Undertaking.— By E. M. HOLLINGSWORTH, M.I.E.E., M.I. Mech. E. ; with Discussion 263
  • The Immediate Commercial Advantages of Experiment Tank Tests.— By G. S. BAKER, M.I.N.A. ; with Discussion 302
  • Electric Power he Slate Quarries.— By G. K. PATON, A.M.I.E.E.; with Discussion 326

Annual General Meeting—

  • Election of Council and Officers for the XLIII Session 370
  • Annual Report— XLII Session-1915-1916 371
  • Transactions— Exchanges and Presentations 381
  • Statement of Receipts and Expenditure to 31st December, 1915 382
  • Permanent Premium Fined, as at 31st December, 1915 383
  • Report by Special Committee on the Education of the Marine Engineer 385
  • Obituary 397

Papers read during the session by

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