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Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1890 Jul-Dec: Index

Aberdeen Harbour Works, 618, 773

Absorption Dynamometer, An Automatic, 62

“ Achdron,” The French Armoured Cruiser, 094, 696

Alignment of Dunmail Raise Tunnel, 80

Alloys of Nickel and Iron, Magnetic Properties of, 293, 24

Alternate Current Condensers, 771

Alternating Current Induction, Phenomena of, 144, 145, 202, 203

Alternating Dynamo, Mather and Platt’s, 181

Alternator, The Mordey, 181

Altmann-KUppermann Petroleum Motor, The, 454

Aluminium in the Drawing Press, 261

Amalgamating Tubs at Obrajes, 33

Amalgamation Plant, Jordan’s Gold, 218, 219

“Amiral Baudin,” The French Barbette Ironclad, 25

“ Amiral Duperrd,” The French Turret Ship, 398

Ammunition for 15-Centimetre Mortars and Howitzers, 93

Amsler’s Recording Dynamometer, 497

Angle Bars, Shearing, 243

Armour-Clad “ Fusde,” The French Coast Defence, 185,187

Armour on the Ironclad “Colbert,” Diagram Showing Distribution of, 454

Armour-Plate Trials in America, 492

Armoured Cruiser “ Achdron ” (French), 694, 696

Armoured Cruiser “Chicago” (United States), 214

Armoured French Ships : “ Amiral Baudin,” 25, “Formidable,” 125, “ Fusde,” 185, 187, “Amiral Duperrd,” 398, “Colbert,” 458, “Devastation,” 576,585, “Courbet,” 585.

Armoured Fort for two 15-Centimetre Guns,

Canet System, 595

Armoured Fort, The Schumann-Gruson, 594

Armstrong Siege Gun on Disappearing Carriage, 37

Artillery, Modern French :

Ammunition for 15-Centimetre Mortars and Howitzers, 93

Armoured Fort, Canet System, for two 15- 1 Centimetre Guns, 595

Armoured Fort, The Schumann-Gruson, 591

Barbette-Mounting, Canet System, for a 32-Centimetre 66-Ton Gun, 537, 548

Brake Cylinders, Vavasseur-Canet and Canet Hydraulic, 386

Breechloading Guns, General View of Different Types, 743

Breechloading Mechanism for Canet Mortars and Howitzers, 94

Breechloxding Mechanism for Naval Guns, Canet, 654, 658

Breech Mechanism of Canet Quick-Firing Gun, 154, 155

Breech Mechanism of Canet 65-Millimetre Quick-Firing Gun, 297

Carriage and Brake for 40-Pounder Breechloading Siege Gun, 37

Carriage for 31-Centimetre Guns; French Ironclad “Marceau,” 357

Carriage and Hydraulic Loading Gear for 34-Centimetre Breechloading Gun on the Cruiser “Courbet,” 717

Carriages, Coast Defence, Canet System, 561, 565, 568

Cartridges and Projectiles for Canet Quick-Firing, 155

Cast-Iron Guns (Canet System) for Coast Defence, 630

Clip and Bracket, 356

Coast Defence and Garrison Gun with Disap-pearing Cariiage, 15-Centimetre, 8

Compressor Brake, 356

Deck Guns and Carriages on the Training Ship “ St. Louis,” 717

Diagrams taken from Brake Cylinders ; Canet’s Central Counter-Rod System, 386

Disappearing Carriage for Coast Defence and Garrison Guns, 745

Electric Motor and Elevating Gear, 271

Electrical Training Gear, 15-Centimetre Canet Quick-Firing Gun with, 270, 271, 271

Garrison Gun and Barbette Carriage ; Firing Position, 5

Garrison Gun and Barbette Carriage ; Loading Position, 4

Gun Carriages, 356, 357

Gun Mounting and Training Machinery : 1* rench Turret Ship “ Achdron,” 508, 509

Gun and Turret Mounting, 27-Centimetre;

, Ganet System, 476, 477

Gun Mountings in the French Navy, 717

Gun Mountings on the Spanish Cruiser “Pelayo,” 713, 716

Gun and Naval Cimage, 32-Centimetre 66-Ton Canet, 745

Guns and Naval Carriages, Canet 15-Centimetre, 416, 417

Hontoria Gun on Canet Forward Pivotting Traversing Carriage, 16-Centimetre, 716

Hontoria Gun Mounted in Canet Central Loading Turret, 32-Centimetre, 713

Hontoria Gun Mounted in Canet Turret, 28-Centimetre, 713, 713

Howitzer and Central Pivotted Carriage, 27-Centimetre Canet, 136

Howitzers, British Service, 139

Loading a Canet Quick-Firing Gun, 151

Manceron’s Apparatus for Examining the Bores of Guns, 684

Mortar on Circular Carriage, 22-Centimetrc Canet, 137

Mortar and Siege Carriage, Canct 7.47-In., 95

Mortar and Wheeled Carriage, Canet, 7.47-In., 93

Mortars and Howitzers, Canet System, 64, 65

Mounting for 15-Centimetre Canet Gun, Central Pivotted, 415, 416

Mounting for 15-Centimetre Canet Gun, For-x ward Pivotted, 416, 417

Mounting for a 3.94-In. Howitzer, 95

Naval Gun and Carriage, 14-Centimetre ;

Canet System, 655

Non-Return Valve, 356

Projectiles, 746, 749

Quick-Firing Gun, 15-Centimetre Canet, 154, 155

Quick-Firing Gun and Carriage with Annular Hydraulic Brake ; Canet System, 240

Quick-Firing Gun on Naval Carriage, Canet 10-Centimetre, 154

Quick-Firing Gun and Oscillating Hydraulic Brake ; Canet System, 240

Quick-Firing Guns, The Canet System of, 154 Rigid Platform for 4.72-In. Mortar, 93 Rotating Valve, 356

Siege and Garrison Guns, English, 36, 37

Siege Gun on Disappearing Carriage, Armstrong, 37

Sights, Details of, 685

Training Gear, 356

Training Machinery for Heavy Guns, 512

Vavasseur Mounting for 6-In. Breechloading Gun, 356

Asbestos-Packed Stop Valve, A New, 467

Asquith’s Planing Machine, 541

Automatic Steam Stop Valve, Jeffrey’s, 86

Automatic Switch, Newton and Hawkins’, 377

Auxiliary Engines and Pumps of the s.s. “ Nor-mannia,” 312, 364

Babcock and Wilcox Boiler, Trial of a, 54, 55, 739 Band Saw for Heavy Logs, Ransome’s, 211 Banks of the River Weaver Navigation, 166

Barbette Carriage and Garrison Gun ; Firing Position, 5

Barbette Carriage and Garrison Gun : Loading Position, 4

Barbette Ironclad “ Amiral Baudin,” The French, 25

Barbette Mounting for a 32-Centimetre Gun, Canet System, 537, 548

“Barham” and “Bellona,” H M.S., Triple-Expansion Twin-Screw Engines and Boilers of (Messrs. Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 628, 629, 705

Barrow’s Screwing and Turning Machines, 301

Baxter’s Triple-Screw Engines (Messrs. Cox and Co., Falmouth), 485

Beam Bending, 623

Bearing for Shafts, Lister’s Roller, 377

Bearings. Wood’s Journal, 261

Belaja, River, Bridge over the; Samara-Ufa Railway, Russia, 40, 41, 90, 91, 98

Belgian Trials of the Westinghouse Quick-Acting Brakes, 461

Bennie’s Punching and Shearing Machine, 688

Bessemer, Alabama, The City of, 213

Bethlehem Iron and Steel Company’s Works, Bethlehem, Pa., U.S.A., Plan of the, 241

Blast Furnaces at Sheffield, Alabama, U.S.A,, 486

Blast Nozzle, Macallan and Adams’ Variable, 215

Blockyard at Hermitage Breakwater, 615

Boat Davits and Chocks, Rees’, 361

Boat Lifting Apparatus, Duinker’s, 111

Boiler Experiments, Steam, 60, 121, 122, 591

Boiler Explosion on the Norwegian State Railways, Locomotive, 332, 333

Boiler Explosions in 1889; Report of Mr. E. B. Marten, 84, 85

Boiler Furnaces, Phillips and Archer’s Movable Bridge for, 201

Boiler, Knap’s Water Tube ; Root’s System, 484

Boiler Shop at the Fairfield Works, Govan New, 390, 391

Boiler, Trial of a Babcpck and Wilcox, 54, 55, 739

Boilers, Defective Staying of, 375

Boilers and Engines of H.M.S. “ Barham” and “Bellona” (Messrs. Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 628, 705

Boilers, Engines, &c., of the s.s. “ Kaiser Wilhelm II.” (Vulcan Works, Stettin), 129, 188, 189, 190, 192

Boilers, Lentz’s Stayless Locomotive, 724, 725

Boilers of the Russian Ironclad “ Sinope ” (Messrs. R. Napier and Sons, Glasgow), 81

Boilers, Yarrow’s Tubular Stay for, 544

Bolivia, The Mineral Besources of, 32, 33

Booth’s Plate Flanging Machine for Marine Boiler Work, 753

Bores of Guns, Manceron’s Apparatus for Examining the, 684

Boring and Milling Machine, 107

Bracket and Clip for Gun Carriage, 356

Brake and Carriage for 40-Pounder Breechloading Siege Gun, 37

Brake, Compressor, for Gun Carriage, 356

Brake Cylinders, Vavas^eur, Vavasseur-Canet, and Canet Hydraulic, 386

Breech Mechanism of Oanet Quick-Firing Gun, 154, 155

Breech Mechanism of Canet 65-Millimetre Quick-Firing Gun, 297

Breechloading Guns, General View of Different Types, 743

Breechloading Mechanism for Canet Mortars and Howitzers, 94

Breechloading Mechanism for Naval Guns, Canet, 654, 658

Bridge for Boiler Furnaces, Phillips and Archer’s Movable, 201

Bridge, The Great Western Road, Glasgow, 231

Bridge across the Ohio River, The Chesapeake and Ohio, 659

Bridge over the River Belaja ; Samara-Ufa Railway, Russia, 40, 41, 90, 91, 98

Bridge over the River Mendoza; Transandine Railway, 328

Bridge of 246-Ft. Span, Site of; Transandine

Railway, 329

Bridges, Masonry Skew, 238

Bridges over the Ohio at Cincinnati, 150

Briquette Press Stevens, 291

British Railway Statistics, Diagram, 371.

British Service Howitzers, 139

Building Quay Wall at St. Helier’s Harbour, Jersey, 517

Burrell’s Single Crank Compound Traction Engine, 675

Bush, Thomas’s Concentric Wedge, 377

Calavera Tunnel, Exit from, and Entrance to Spiral Tunnel ; Transandine Railway, 332

Calorimeter, A Universal Steam, 89

Canal Congress, The International, 166, 209

Canal, The Manchester Ship, 265, 666

Canal, The Nicaragua, 209,752

Canals, The Development of Steam Propulsion on, 183

Canet (See Artillery, Modern French)

Cardew’s Earthing Device, 544

Carriage and Brake for 40-Pounder Breechloading Siege Gun, 37

Carriage for 34-Centimetre Guns; French Ironclad “Marceau,” 357

Carriage, Disappearing, for Coast Defence and Garrison Guns, 745

Carriage and Hydraulic Loading Gear for 34-Centimetre Breechloading Gun on the Cruiser “Courbet,” 717

Carriages, Canet System Coast Defence, 564, 565, 568

Carriages, Gun, 356, 357

Carriages, Railway, Double-Bogie; State Railways of France, 13, 16

Cartridge Cases, Taylor and Challen’s Machinery for Making, 424, 425, 428

Cartridges and Projectiles for Canet Quick-Firing Guns, 155

Cast-Iron Guns (Canet System) for Coast Defence, 630

Cast Iron, Testing, 19

Central Battery and Barbette Ironclad “ Devastation.” The, 576, 585

Central Pivotted Mounting for 15-Centimetre Canet Guns, 415, 416

Centrifugal Pump, The Inventor of the, 671

Centrifugal Pumping Engines for the s.s.

“ Columbia” (Messrs. Tangyes), 44

Centrifugal Pumping Engines ; Wallasey Dock, Birkenhead (Messrs. Gwynne’s), 760

Chains, Crane, Some Experiences with, 21

Chapin Mine, The, 552

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Bridge over the Ohio, 150, 659

Chicago Exhibition of 1893, The Plans of Sites, 732, 733

Chicago Tire and Spring Company’s Works, Munton’s Tyre Mill at the, 455

“ Chicago,” The United States Armoured Cruiser, 214

“ Chiyoda,” The Japanese Cruiser (Messrs. J. and

G. Thomson, Limited), 420

Chocks and Davits, Rees’ Boat, 361

Cincinnati, Electric Railways at, 151

Cincinnati Southern Railway Bridge over the Ohio, 150

Circular Carriage, 22-Centimetre Canet Mortar on, 137

City of Bessemer, Alabama, The, 213

“ City of Paris,” The, 49

“City of Richmond,” Indicator Diagrams from the Engines of the, 21

City and South London Railway, The ; Electric Locomotive and Power Station, 545, 756. 757

City and South London Railway, Hydraulic Hoists on the, 766, 757

Clip and Bracket for Gun Carriage, 356

Clyde Elevating Deck Ferry Steamer “Finnies-ton,’< 27 S

“Clyde,” The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company’s s.s. (Messrs. R. Napier and Sons), 368

Coast Defence Armour-Clad “Fusde,”The French, 185,187

Coast Defence Carriages, Canet System, 564, 565, 568

Coast Defence and Garrison Gun with Disappearing Carriage, 15-Centimetre, 8

Coast Defence and Garrison Guns, Disappearing Carriage for, 745

Cockburn Dredging Crane and Grab, The, 387

“ Colbert,” The Central Battery Ironclad, 454, 458

Cold Air Refrigerating Plant for the s.s. “ Maori King,” 540

Cold Steel Sawing Machine, Hill’s, 624

“Columbia,” s.s., Tangyes’ Centrifugal Pumping Engines for the, 44

Compound Direct-Acting Pumping Engine, Tyler’s, 520, 528

Compound Locomotive ; London and North-Western Railway, 98, 99

Compound Ophthalmic Refractometer, Fournet’s, 61

Compound Traction Engine, Burrell’s SingleCrank, 675

Compound Vertical Engine, 69

Compressed Air Flying Machine, Hargrave’s, 769

Compressor Brake for Gun Carriage, 356

Condensers, Alternate Current, 771

Constructing Quay Wall at Quebec, 505, 513, 516

Copper Mining District of Lake Superior, The, 553

Corrosion of Water Pipes, The, 229, 230

Counter, Snelgrove’s, 602

Crane Chains, Some Experiences with, 21

Crane, Davis and Primrose’s 40 - Ton Wharf, 279, 282

Crane and Grab, The Cockburn Dredging, 387

Crane Jibs, 243

Crane, Smith’s Locomotive Steam, 569

Crane, 100-Ton Travelling; Fairfield Boiler Works, 488

Cribwork Blocks (1650 Tons Concrete) for Founding North Wall of South Tidal Harbour Quebec, 5C5

Crossley’s Thirty Horse-Power Gas Engine, 603

Cruiser “ Acheron,” The French Armoured, 694, 696

Cupola, Stewart's Bapid, 662, 663

Current Detector, Excess, 28

Cutters, Milling, 677, 678

Cutting for the Eastham Locks; Manchester Ship Canal Works, 748

Davis and Primrose’s 40-Ton Wharf Crane, 279, 282)

Davits and Chocks, Rees’Boat, 361

Deck Guns and Carriages on the Training Ship “ St. Louis,” 717

Defective Staying of Boilers, 375

Detector, Excess Current, 28

u Devastation,” The Central Battery and Barbette Ironclad, 576, 585

Development of Steam Propulsion on Canals, The, 183

Diagram of the Railways in India, 342

Diagram Showing Distribution of Armour on the

Ironclad “ Colbert,” 454

Diagram of Steam Boiler Experiments, 60,122

Diagram from Tangyes’ Horizontal Triple-Expansion Engine, 644

Diagrams of Belgian Trials of the Westinghouse Quick-Acting Brake, 461

Diagrams taken from Brake Cylinders; Canet Central Counter-Rod System, 386

Diagrams of British Railway Statistics, 371

Diagrams of the Economy of Small Engines, 578

Diagrams from the Engines of the s.s. “ Kaiser

Wilhelm IL,” 190

Diagrams of Fluctuations in Prices of Metals, 556, 672

Diagrams, Indicator, from the Engines of the “ City of Richmond,” 21

Diagrams of the Magnetic Properties of Alloys of Nickel and Iron, 293, 294

Diagrams of Steam Engine Performances, 669

Diagrams of a Trial of a Babcock and Wilcox

Boiler, 54, 55

Digger, Proctor’s Steam, 360, 367

Disappearing Carriage, Armstrong Siege Gun on, 37

Disappearing Carriage, 15-Centimetre Coast Defence and Garrison Gun with, 8

Disappearing Carriage for Coast Defence and Garrison Guns, 745

Discharge from a Wimshurst Influence Machine, 141

Dividing Appliance for Milling Machines, 111

Dock, The Simpson Dry, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 222

Dock at Southampton, New Tidal, 308, 309

Donkey Pumps, Weir’s, s.s. “ Normannia,” 364

Double-Bogie Carriages for the State Railways of

France, 13,16

Double-Bogie Express Tank Locomotive, 375

Double-Ended Punching Machine, Smith’s, 124

Dover Harbour Works, 616

D’Oyly Carte’s New Theatre, Electric Light Installation at, 128

Drake and Gorham’s Safety Fuzes, 645

Drawing Press, Aluminium in the, 264

Drawing Press, Taylor and Challen’s Vertical, 424

Dredging Crane and Grab, The Cockburn, 387

Drill, Rock, M‘Culloch’s “ Rio Tinto,” 321

Drilling Machine, Lister’s, 585

Drilling Machine, Radial, 84

Drilling and Tapping Machine for Boiler Stayholes at the Fairfield Works, 481

Dry Dock, The Simpson, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 222

Duinker’s Boat-Lifting Apparatus, 111

Dunmail Raise Tunnel, Alignment of, 80

Duplex Wheel Lathe, Earnshaw’s, 599

Dynamo, Mather and Platt’s Alternating, 181

Dynamometer, Amsler’s Recording, 497

Dynamometer, An Automatic Absorption, 62

Earnshaw’s Duplex Wheel Lathe, 599

Earthing Device, Cardew’s, 544

East London Water Works, Triple-Expansion Pumping Engines for the (Messrs. T. Richardson and Sons, Hartlepool), 162

Eastham Locks, The Construction of the ; Manchester Ship Canal Works, 748, 749

Economy of Small Engines, The ; Diagrams, 578

Efficiency of Steam Jackets, The, 69

Electric Exhibition, The Frankfort International, 68.

Electric Lighting Installation at Mr. D’Oyly Carte’s New Theatre, 128

Electric Locomotive and Power Station ; City and South London Railway, 545

Electric Motor and Elevating Gear ; Canet Quick-

Firing Gun, 271

Electric Railways at Cincinnati, 151

Electrical Training Gear, Canet Quick-Firing Gun with, 270, 271, 274

Electrical Undulations, The Experiments on, of Professor Hertz, 708

Electromagnetic Radiation, The Measurement of, 28

Elevating Deck Ferry Steamer “ Finnieston ” 275

Engine, Compound Vertical, 69

Engine, Farcot Triple-Expansion Vertical, 300

Engine, Gas, Crossley’s Thirty Horse-Power, 603

Engine Governors, 60

Engine Performances, Steam, 669

Engine, Pumping, Tyler’s Compound Direct-Acting, 520, 528

Engine, Rolling Mill, at Krupp’s, of Essen, 277

Engine, Tangyes’ Horizontal Triple-Expansion

636, 644 ’

Engine, Traction, Burrell’s Single-Crank Compound, 675

Engine, Triple-Expansion Pumping, for the East London Water Works (Messrs. T. Richardson and Sons, Hartlepool), 162

Engine, Winding , Wingate Grange Colliery, 446

447 ’ *

Engines, Baxter’s Triple-Screw, 485

Engines, Boilers, &c., of the s.s. “Kaiser Wilhelm IL,” (Vulcan Works, Stettin), 129 188 189,190, 192 ’ ’

Engines, Centrifugal Pumping, for the s s “ Columbia” (Messrs. Tangye), 44

Engines, Centrifugal Pumping ; Wallasey Dock, Birkenhead (Messrs. Gwynne’s), 760

Engines of the “City of Richmond,” Indicator Diagrams from the, 21

Engines of H.M.SS. “ Barham” and “Bellona,” Triple-Expansion Twin Screw (Messrs. Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 629, 705

Engines and Pumps of the s.s. “ Normannia ” (Fairfield and Co.), 312, 364

Engines, Small, The Economy of: Diagrams, 578

Engines, Triple - Expansion, Japanese Cruiser “Cbiyoda” (Messrs. J. and G. Thomson, Limited), 423

Engines, Four-Cylinder Triple-Expansion, of the Paddle Steamer “ Hygeia” (Messrs. Rankin and Blackmore, Greenock), 567

Engines, Triple-Expansion, R.M.S. “Clyde” (Messrs. R. Napier and Sons), 366

Engines, Triple-Expansion, Russian Ironclad “ Sinope” (Messrs. R. Napier and Sons), 81

English Siege and Garrison Guns, 36, 37 Equatorial Photographic Telescope for the Melbourne Observatory, 720, 721, 728

Evaporator and Feed Heater, Morison’s Combined, 12, 13

Evaporator and Feed Heater in “ Normannia,” Weir’s, 364

Examining the Bores of Guns, Manceron’s Apparatus for, 684

Excess Current Detector, 28

Exhibition of 1893, The Chicago, Plan of Sites. 732, 733

Exhibition, The Frankfort International Electric. 68

Expanding Sheet Metal, Golding’s Machine for 100, 102 ’

Experiences with Crane Chains, Some, 21 Experiments on Electrical Undulations of Professor Hertz, The, 708

Experiments, Professor Elihu Thomson’s, 197 Experiments, Steam Boiler, 60, 121, 122 Explosion, Locomotive Boiler, on the Norwegian

State Railways, 332, 333

Explosions, Boiler, in 1889; Report of Mr. E B Marten, 84, 85

Express Tank Locomotive, Double Bogie. 375 Extending Machine, Taylor and Challen’s, 425

Fairfield Works Extensions :

130-Ton Sheer Legs, 337

New Boiler Shop, 390, 391

Vertical Plate-Bending Rolls, 480

Drilling and Tapping Machine for Boiler Stayholes, 481 * I

100-Ton Travelling Crane, 488 Plan of Works, 598 New Offices, 600

Set of Five Plate Flattening Rolls, 606

Plate Bending Rolls, 688

Punching and Shearing Machine, 688 Hydraulic Keel Plate Bender, 689

  • a 1,8 iaJ?ara, The (See JWaqara), 8

^arcot s Triple-Expansion Vertical Engine, 300

  • ^ned^i^lS**^ Evaporator, Morison’s Com-Feed-Heating Appliances, Weir’s; sb. “Nor-

mannia,” 365

Finnieston,” Elevating Deck Ferry Steamer Z * I

F1ang68, Parallel, Girders with, 280, 334, 426,518 ooZ ’ * I

Boiler Work, noocn s, 753

Fluctuations in Prices of Metals, Diagrams of Three Months’, 556, 672 B 8 or

F naew^M Steam Boiler and other Fur’ Fluvial System, The Marie, 182

ShipU125ble’” The French Arra’ured Barbette F^nffAMachinj’ Harsrave’s Compressed Air 769

Fort, The Schumann-Gruson Armoured 594

Ca^t Guns^^e, «?Unting '°r ^^'“^tre F<6] Suba(lueous- 437. 505, 513, 516, 517, F°pLd’d?yli1?.<ier Triple-Expansion Engines of

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Fournet’s Compound Ophthalmic Refractometer, Frankfort International Electric Exhibition, The, taW®*' Furnaces at> ISO- 186

Achlrln ”UThA”aThe Barbette Ironclad, 25 -AS^kp^l^^^C-iser694,696

showing Arrangemen?ofM5851On'” Dla°ram Armour on the Ironclad “ ColheH- ” tv “Co?h ‘"^j^bution of, 454 ’ Dlagram

Colbert, The Central Battery Ironclad, 454

“ beTel^ Battery Bar-‘Formidable,” The Armoured Barbette Ship, Fg7s<Se> The Coast Defence Armour-Clad, 185, Ouragan, The Sea Going Torpedo Boat, E“®kMakinK Ga9> 234 r uel Press, Stevens’s, 291 ,ES£'“’-

180’186

185,187 C°aSt Defence Armour-Clad, Fuzes, Drake and Gorham’s Safety, 645 garboard Strake Machine, The, 117 Gas Fuliaia^81^ Th-ty Horse-Power, 603 GXSes%U8e3,4l“,Steam B°iler and o^er Fur-

Geometrical Problem in Magnetism, Solution of

German, Engines, Boilers, and Pipes, s.s. “ Kaiser Wilhelm IL,” 129, 188, 189, 190, 192

Girders with Parallel Flanges, 280, 334, 426, 518, 582

Glasgow, Great Western Road Bridge at, 231

Gold Amalgamation Plant, Jordan’s, 218, 219

Golding’s Machine for Expanding Sheet Metal, 100, 102

Goods Locomotive for the Southern Railway of Italy, Eight-Coupled, 529

Governors, Engine, 60

Gowan Quay, 516 . _

Grab and Crane, The Cockburn Dredging. 387

Graving Dock, Simpson, at Brooklyn Naval Yard, 222

Great Western Road Bridge, Glasgow, The, 231

Greenock Princes Pier, 437, 616

Greenock Quays, 516

Grinder, Phillips’s Twist Drill, 674

Guns (See Artillery)

Gunboat “Acheron,” The Twin-Screw Armoured, 694, 696

Gwinnett Swivel Union, The, 662

Gwynne’s Centrifugal Pumping Engines; Wallasey Dock, Birkenhead, 769

Hall’s Cold Air Refrigerating Plant for the s.s. “ Maori King,” 540

Hamburg-American Twin-Screw Steamer “Nor-mannia” The (Fairfield Co.), 248, 249, 252, 312, 364, 365

Hammers, Steam, 683

Harbour Foundations, 437, 505, 513, 516, 615, 773

Harbour, Yokohama, 701

Hargrave’s Compressed Air Flying Machine, 769

Hartnell’s Switchboards for the Leeds Municipal Buildings, 645

Heading Machine, Taylor and Challen’s, 428

Heating Apparatus for Railway Carriages ; State

Railways of France, 13

Heating Furnaces, 119

Hermitage Breakwater, Blockyard at, 615

Hermitage Harbour Works, Jersey, 615, 616

High Pressure, Mercury Column for, 62

Hill’s Cold Steel Sawing Machine, 624

Hoists on the City and South London Railway, Hydraulic, 756, 757

Hontoria Gun on Canet Forward Pivotting Traversing Carriage, 16-Centimetre, 716

Hontoria Gun Mounted in Canet Central Loading Turret, 32-Centimetre, 713

Hontoria Gun Mounted in Canet Turret, 28-Centimetre, 716

Horizontal Punching, 243, 247

Horizontal Triple-Expansion Engine, Tangyes’, 636, 644

Horsehair Cloth, Laycock’s Loom for Weaving, 132

Howell Torpedo, The, 737, 741

Howitzer and Central Pivotted Carriage, 27-Cen-timetre Canet, 136

Howitzer, Mounting for a 3.94-In., 95

Howitzers, British Service, 139

Howitzers and Mortars, Canet, Breechloading Mechanism for, 94

Howitzers and Mortars, Canet System, 64, 65

Huntington Quartz Mill, The, 421

Hydraulic Brake Cylinders, Vavasseur, Vavas* seur-Canet and Canet, 386

Hydraulic Brakes, Quick-Firing Guns with; Canet System, 240

Hydraulic Hoists on the City and South London Railway, 756, 757

Hydraulic Loading Gear and Carriage for 34-Centimetre Breechloading Gun on the Cruiser “ Courbet,” 717

Hydraulic Keel-Plate Bender at Fairfield, Smith’s, 689

“ Hygeia,” The Paddle Steamer, 557

India, The Railways in, Diagram, 342

<< from the Engines of the

City of Richmond,” 21

Induced Magnetism, Molecular Theory of, 419

1 w.Phen0I»ena of Alternating Current, 144, 145, 202, 203

Influence Machine, Discharge from a Wimshurst,

Installation .Electric Light, at Mr. D’Oyly Carte’s New Theatre, 128

Tr^nt0I of Centrifugal Pump, The, 671 rLm ,Sfceel Company’s Works, The Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Pa., U.S.A., 241

In8titute Visit to America, The, ^86, 552, 553, 554

Iron, Testing Cast, 19

Dnnpind9uFQ-ench (?ee Arm°urcd Ships)

RussUn finope’ ’ Boilers Engines of the

Ital}, Eight-Coupled Locomotives for, 529

’Japanese Cruiser " Chiyoda,” The, 420

8 Automatic Steam Stop Valve, 86

J a?d Stannard’s Needles for Tunnel construction, 673

Jersey Harbour Works, 615, 616

Jeraoy Quayg, st Heller's, 517

Jibs, Crane, 243

JoutnalSR»^ Am?'Kaniation Plant, 218, 219

’ B^r.lnS. Wood’s, 261

Jungfrau Railway, The Projected, 7, 8, 9

Soifers Steamship, Engines,

Keel the’ 129- 188> 1S9, 199. 192

l?c,'6M Bcnder at Fairfleld. Smith's Hydrau-

Kinm™, 'Vood«^® System of, 349, 495

J^mg s Cross Tunnel, The New’ K73

Kmzua Viaduct, The, 119 ’ 73

Kann’s Ra1k Tu^Aoiler’ System, 484

PP s Rolling Mill Engine at Essen, 277

LaCjdSimTr?Ada;” The Steam Yacht, 158, 159

Lathe °?pPer Mining District of, 553

Lathe’ wl! ih^’ DupIex Wheel, 599

Spencer’s 4-Ft., 207

132 8 k°om lor Weaving Horsehair Cloth,

Laycock’s “Torpedo” Ventilator, 126

Leeds Municipal Buildings, Hartnell’s Switch boards for the, 615

Lentz’s Stayless Locomotive Boilers, 724 725

Lighting Installation, Electric, at Mr.’ D’Ovlv

Carte’s New Theatre, 128 J y

Lister’s Drilling Machine, 585

Lister’s Roller Bearing for Shafts, 377

Loading Gear and Carriage, Hydraulic, for 34.

Centimetre Breechloading Gun on the Cruiser Courbet,” 717

Locks, The Eastham, The Construction of • Manchester Ship Canal Works, 748, 749 ’

Locomotive Boiler Explosion on the Norwegian State Railways, 332, 333 8

Locomotive Boilers, Lentz’s Stayless, 724, 725

Locomotive, Compound; London and North.

W estern Railway, 98, 99

Locomotive, Double-Bogie Express Tank, 375

Locomotive, Electric, and Power Station • City and South London Railway, 545’

Locomotive for the Southern Railway of Italv

Eight-Coupled Goods, 529‘ ’

Locomotive Steam Crane, Smith’s, 569

Locomotive, Tank ; North London Railway, 394 395*

Loom for Weaving Horshair Cloth, Laycock’s, XOZ

Loomis Process of Making Gas for Fuel, 234

Macallan and Adams’ Variable Blast Nozzle, 215

Machine, Asquith’s Planing, 541

Machine, Boring and Milling, 107

Machine, Discharge from a Wimshurst Influence,

Machine for Drilling and Tapping Boiler Stayholes at the Fairfield Works, 481

Machine for Expanding Sheet Metal, Golding’s

100,102 b ’

Machine, The Garboard Strake, 117

Machine, Lister’s Drilling, 585

Machine, Planing, Smith’s Plate Edge and Butt, at Elswick, 625

Machine, Punching and Shearing, Bennie’s, 688

Machine, Punching, Smith’s Double-Ended, 124

Machine, Rushworth’s Plate-Flattening and

Straightening, 278

Machine, Sawing, Hill’s Cold Steel, 624

Machine, Testing, at Professor Kennedy’s Laboratory, 304, 305

Machine Tools at the Fairfield Works (See FairftM)

Machine Tools, Shipyard (See Shipyard Machine Tools)

Machinery for Making Cartridge Cases, Taylor and Challen’e, 424, 425, 428

Machinery for Training Heavy Guns, 512

Machines, Barrow’s Screwing and Turning, 301

Machines, Milling, Dividing Appliance for, 111

Machines, Plate-Planing, 536

Machines, Radial Drilling, 84

Machine, Flanging, for Marine Boiler Work, Booth’s, 753

Machine, Flying, Hargrave’s Compressed Air, 769

Machines, Rail and Plate Shearing, Schultz and

Goebel’s Heavy, 72

Madras Harbour Works, 616

Magnetic Properties of Alloys of Nickel and Iron, 293, 204

Magnetism, Solution of a Geometrical Problem in, 707

Manceron’s Apparatus for Examining the Bores of Guns, 684

Manchester Ship Canal, The, 265, 666

“Maori King,” s.s., Cold Air Refrigerating Plant for the, 540

Map of American Tour, Iron and Steel Institute, 286

Map of the City of Bessemer, Alabama, 213

Map of the Copper Mining District of Lake

Superior, 653

Map of the Manchester Ship Canal, 265

Map of Niagara Falls, 355, 473

Map of the Nicaragua Cana], 209, 752

Map of the Transandine Railway, 330

Map of the United States of America, 286

Map of the West Highland Railway, 407

Marie Fluvial System, The, 182

Marten, Report of Mr. E. B., on the Boiler Explosions in 1889, 84, 85

Maskelyne Type-Writer, The, 693

Masonry Skew Bridges, 238

Mather and Platt’s Alternating Dynamo, 181

M‘Culloch’8 “Rio Tinto” Rock Drill, 321

Measurement of Electro-Magnetic Radiation, ' The, 28

Measurement of Strains, The, 614

Mechanical Action of Steam Digging, The, 360, 367

Mendoza River, Bridge over the; Transandine

Railway, 328

Mercury Column for High Pressures, 62

Metallurgical Furnaces at Freiburg, 180, 186

Metals, Strains on 276

Mill The Huntington Quartz, 421

Mill (Rolling). Engine at Krupp’s, of Essen, 277

Milling and Boring Machine, 107

Milling Cutters, 677, 678

Milling Machines, Dividing Appliance for, 111

Mine, The Chapin, 552

Mine, Tamarack, 554

Mineral Resources of Bolivia, The, 32, 33

Mines Atocha, Itos, and Santa Christo, View of, 32

Mofecular Theory of Induced Magnetism, 419

Monte-Jus, Self-Acting, 692

Mordey Alternator, The, 181

Morison’s Combined Evaporator and Feed Heater, 12 13

Mortar on Circular Carriage, Canet 22-Centi-metre, 137

Mortar and Siege Carriage, Canet 7.47-In., 95

Mortar and Wheeled Carriage, Canet 7.47-In., 93

Mortars and Howitzers, Canet, Breechloading

Mechanism for, 94

Mortars and Howitzers, Canet System, 61, 65

Motor, The Altmann-KUppermann Petroleum, 454 . .

Motor, The Sprague, Electric Railways at Cincinnati, 151

Mounting for 6-In. Breechloading Gun, Vava$» seur, 356

Mounting for 15-Centimetre Canet Guns, Central

Pivotted, 115,116

nting for a 3.94-In. Howitzer, 95

Mounting and Training Machinery, Gun ; French

turret SWP 11 Acheron,” 508, 509

Mountings for 15-Centimetre Canet Guns, Forward Pivotted, 416, 417

Mountings, Gun, in the French Navy, 717

Mountings, Gun, on the Spanish Cruiser “ Pelayo,” 713, 716

Movable Bridge for Boiler Furnaces, Phillips and Archer’s, 201

Manton’s Tyre Mill at the Chicago Tire and

Spring Company s Works, 455

Naval Gun and Carriage (See Artillery, Modem

Naval Works, The Southampton, 4G7

Navy The French (See French Navy, The) Newton and Hawkins’ Automatic Switch, 377 Niagara Falls, Utilisation of :

plan of Niagara, 355

Falls in 1733, 450

Falls in 1750, 450

Strata Diagrams, 451

Tunnel (Section) 451

Map and Section of Lakes, 473

Nicaragua Canal, The, 209

Nickel and Iron, Magnetic Properties of Alloys of, 293, 294 .

Non-Return Valve for Gun Carriage, 356 “Normannia,” The Hamburg-American Twin-

Screw Steamer (Fairfield Co.), 248, 249, 252, 312, 364, 365

Nozzle, Blast, Mao Ulan and Adams’ Variable, 215

Obrajes, Amalgamating Tubs at, 33

Ohio River, The Chesapeake and Ohio Bridge across the, 659

Ophthalmic Refractometer, Fournet’s Compound, 61

Oruro, General View of, 32

“ Ouragan,” The Sea-Going Torpedo Boat, 185

Paddle Steamer “ Hygeia,” The, 557

Parallel Flanges, Girders with, 280, 334, 426, 518, 582

“Pelayo,” Spanish Cruiser, Gun Mountings on the, 713, 716

Pennsylvania Steel Company’s Works at Sparrow

Point, 611

Performances, Steam Engine, 669

Petroleum Motor, The Altmann-KUppermann, 454

Phenomena of Alternating Current Induction, 144, 145, 202, 203

Phillips and Archer’s Movable Bridge for Boiler Furnaces, 201

Phillips’s Twist Drill Grinder, 674

Photographic Telescope, Equatorial, for the Melbourne Observatory, 720, 721,728

Pipes, Water, The Corrosion of, 229, 230

Pivotted Carriage, Central, and Canet 27-Centi-metre Howitzer, 136

Planing Machine, Asquith’s, 541

Planing Machine, Smith’s Plate Edge and Butt, 625

Plate Bending Rolls, 327

Plate-Bending Rolls at the Fairfield Works, Vertical, 480

Plate-Bending Rolls, Smith’s, 688

Plate-FlangingMachine for Marine Boiler Work, Booth’s, 753

Plate-Flattening Rolls, Set of Five : Fairfield Shipbuilding Yard, 606

Plate-Flattening and Straightening Machine,

Rush worth’s, 278

Plate-Planing Machines, 536

Platform for 4.72-In. Mortar, Rigid, 93

Port Said Harbour Works, 616

Press, Aluminium in the Drawing, 264

Prices of Metals, Diagrams of Three Months’ Fluctuations in, 556

Proctor’s Steam Digger, 360, 367

Projectiles, 746, 749

Projectiles and Cartridges for Canet Quick-Firing Guns, 155

Propulsion on Canals, The Development of Steam, 183

Puente del Inca ; Transandine Railway, 340

Pulley Block, Weston’s Triplex Spur Gear, 210

Pump, the Centrifugal, The Inventor of, 671

Pump, Swinburne’s Vacuum, 362

Pumping Engine, Tyler’s Compound Direct-Acting, 520, 528

Pumping Engines for the East London Water Works, Triple-Expansion (Messrs. T. Richard-son and Sons, Hartlepool), 162

Pumping Engines for the s.s. “ Columbia,” Centrifugal (Messrs. Tangyes’), 44

Pumping Engines, Centrifugal; Wallasey Dock, Birkenhead (Messrs. Gwynne’s), 760

Pumps and Auxiliary Engines of the s.s. “ Nor-mannia” (Fairfield Co.), 312, 364

Punching, 177, 178, 179, 494, 519

Punching, Horizontal, 243, 247

Punching Machine, Smith’s Double-Ended, 124

Punching and Shearing Machine, Bennie’s, 688

Quartz Mill, The Huntington, 421

□ay Wall at Quebec, Constructing, 505, 513, 0x0

Helier’s Harbour, Jersey, Building, 517

^un ^ee Artillery, Modern

Radial Drilling Machines, 184

Rail and Plate Shearing Machines, Schultz and

Goebel s Heavy, 72

Profiles, Schilling’s Apparatus for Tracing, 336

Rails, Steel, Considered Mechanically, 171

Railway Bridges over the Ohio at Cincinnati, 150

Railway Carriages, Double-Bogie ; State Railways of France, 13, 16

Railway, The City and South London ; Electric Locomotive and Power Station, 545

Railway, The City and South London, Hydraulic

Hoists on, 756, 757

Railway, The Projected Jungfrau, 7, 8, 9

Railway, Smith’s Ship, 619

Railway Statistics, British, Diagram, 371

Railway, The Transandine, 328, 329, 330, 332, 340 ’

Railway Wagons, Tubular Framed, 648, 649

Railway, The West Highland, Map, 407

Railways, Electric, at Cincinnati, 151

Railways in India, The, Diagram, 342

Ransome’s Band Saw for Heavy Logs, 211

“ Rapid” Cupola, Stewart’s, 662, 663

Recording Dynamometer, Amsler’s, 497

Reducer, Jordan’s, 218

Rees’ Boat Davits and Chocks, 361

Refrigerating Plant for the s.s. " Maori King,”

Cold Air, 540

Report of Mr. E. B. Marten on the Boiler Explosions in 1889, 84, 85

Ribbed Tubes, 306

Rigid Platform for 4.72-In. Mortar, 93

“ Rio Tinto” Rock Drill, M‘Culloch’s, 321

River Belaja, Bridge over the; Samara-Ufa Railway, Russia, 40, 41. 90, 91, 98

River Mendoza, Bridge over the; Transandine Railway, 328

River Ohio, The Chesapeake and Ohio Bridge across the, 659

River Weaver Navigation, The, 166

Robinson’s Abestos Packed Stop Valve, 467

Rock Drill, M‘Culloch’8 “ Rio Tinto,” 321

Roller Bearing for Shafts, Lister’s, 377

Roller Gear, Top, 443

Rolling Mill Engine at Krupp’s, of Essen, 277

Rolls, Plate-Bending, 327

Rolls, Set of Five Plate-Flattening; Fairfield Shipbuilding Yard, 606

Rolls, Smith’s Plate-Bending, 688

Rolls, Vertical Plate-Bending, at the Fairfield Works, 480

Root’s System, Water Tube Boiler, 484

Rotating Valve for Gun Carriage, 356

Royal Mail Steam Packet Company’s s.s. “ Clyde,”

The (Messrs. R. Napier and Sons), 368

Rushworth’s Plate-Flattening and Straightening Machine, 278

Russian Ironclad “ Sinope,” Engines and Boilers of (the (Messrs. R. Napier and Sons, Glasgow), 81

Safety Fuzes, Drake and Gorham’s, 645

St. Ciair Tunnel, The ; Shield, 572

“ St. Louis,” Training Ship, Deck Guns and Carriages on the, 717

Sanches, Water-Wheel at, 33

Saw for Heavy Logs, Ransome’s Band, 211

Sawing Machine, Hill’s Cold Steel, 624

Schilling’s Apparatus for Tracing Rail Profiles,

Schultz and Goebel’s Heavy Rail and Plate

Shearing Machines, 72

Schumann-Gruson Armoured Fort, The, &94

Screwing and Turning Machines, Barrow’s, 301

Seagoing Torpedo Boat “ Ouragan,” The, 185

Self-Acting Monte-Jus, 692

Serve Ribbed Tube, The, 306

Shaft at Red Jacket, Lake Superior, 553

Shearing Angle Bars, 243

Shearing Machines, Rail and Plate, Schultz an<

Goebel’s Heavy, 72 .

Shearin" and Punching Machine, Bennie s, 688

Sheer Legs at the Fairfield Shipbuilding Yard

Govan, 130-Ton, 837

Shield, St. Clair Tunnel, 572

Shin Canal, The Manchester, 265, 666

Ship “ Formidable,” The French Armoure Barbette, 125

Ship Railway, Smith’s, 619

Shipyard^Maciiine Tools :

Beam Bending, 623

Crane Jibs, 243

Garboard Strake Machine, The, 117

Plate-Bending Rolls, 327

Plate-Planing Machines, 536

Punching, 177, 178, 179, 494, 519

Punching, Horizontal, 243, 427

Shearing Angle Bars, 243

Steam Hammers, 683

Top Roller Gear, 443

Siege Carriage and Canet 7.47-In. Mortar, 95

Siege and Garrison Guns, English, 36, 37

Sights, Details of, 685

^oS?On Dock, The Brooklyn Navy Yard, u ii a

“ Sinope,” Engines and Boilers of the Russian ironclad (Messrs. R. Napier and Sons), 81

Skew Bridges, Masonry, 238

Smith’s Ship Railway, 619

Snelgrove’s Counter, 602

Soldier’s Leap, The; Transandine Railway, 340

Southampton Naval Works, The, 467

Southampton, New Tidal Dock at, 308, 309

Spencer’s 4-Ft. Wheel Lathe, 207

Spiral Tunnel, Entrance to, and Exit from

Calavera Tunnel ; Transandine Railway, 332

Sprague Motor, The; Electric Railways at Cincinnati, 151

Spur-Gear Pulley Block, Weston’s Triplex (American), 210

Statistics of British Railways, Diagram of, 371

Stay for Boilers, Yarrow’s Tubular, 544

Staying of Boilers, Defective, 375

Stayless Locomotive Boilers, Lentz’s, 724, 725

Steam Boiler Experiments, 60, 121, 122, 591

Steam Borer and other Furnaces, Flue Gases from, 383, 413

Steam Calorimeter, A Universal, 89

Steam Crane, Smith’s Locomotive, 569

Steam Digger, Proctor’s, 360, 367

Steam Engine Performances, 669

Steam Hammers, 683

Steam Jackets, The Efficiency of, 69

Steam Propulsion on Canals, The Development of, 183

Steam Yacht “ Lady Torfrida,” The, 158, 159

Steamer “ Finnieston,” Elevating Deck Ferry, 275

Steamer “ Hygeia,” Paddle, 557

Steamer “ Normannia,” The Hamburg-American Twin-Screw, 248, 249, 252, 312, 364, 365

Steamship “ Clyde,” The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company’s, 368

Steamship “Kaiser Wilhelm IL,” Engines, Boilers, &c., of the, 129, 188, 189, 190, 192

Steel Rails Considered Mechanically, 171

Steel Trellis, Golding’s Machine for Producing, 100, 102

Stevens’s Fuel Press, 291

Stewart’s “ Rapid” Cupola, 662, 663

Stop-Valve, Jeffrey’s Automatic Steam, 86

Stop-Valve, A New Asbestos Packed, 467

Strains, The Measurement of, 614

Strains on Metals, 276

Subaqueous Foundations, 437, 505, 513, 516,517, 615,773

Swinburne’s Vacuum Pump, 362

Switch, Newton and Hawkins’ Automatic, 377

Switchboards for the Leeds Municipal Buildings, Hartnell’s, 645

Swivel Union, The Gwinnett, 662

Tamarack Mine, 554

Tangyes’ Centrifugal Pumping Engines for the s.s. “Columbia,” 44

Tangyes’ Horizontal Triple-Expansion Engine, 636, 644

Tank Locomotive, Double-Bogie Express, 375

Tank Locomotive ; North London Railway, 394, 395

Tapering Machine, Taylor and Challen’s, 428

Taylor and Challen’s Machinery for Making Cartridge Cases, 424, 425, 428

Telescope, Equatorial Photographic, for the Melbourne Observatory, 720, 721, 728

Testing Cast Iron, 19

Testing Machine at Professor Kennedy’s Laboratory, 304, 305

“Teutonic,” White Star Liner, 722

Thomas’s Concentric Wedge Bush, 377

Thomson’s Experiments, Professor Elihu, 197

Tidal Dock at Southampton, New, 308, 309

Tools, Machine, at the Fairfield Works (See Fairfield} , .

Tools, Shipyard Machine (See Shipyard Machine Tools}

Top Roller Gear, 443

Torpedo Boat “Ouragan,” The Seagoing, 185

Torpedo Boat with Quadruple-Expansion En gines, Yarrow’s, 609

Torpedo, The Howell, 737,741

Torpedo, The Victoria, 237, 244, 245

Torpedo, The Whitehead, 573,632, 633

Tracing Rail Profiles, Schilling’s Apparatus for 336

Traction Engine, Burrell’s Single-Crank Com pound, 675 . , .

Training Gear, Electrical, Canet Quick-Firinj Gun with, 270, 271, 274

Training Gear for Gun Carriage, 356

Training Machinery and Gun Mounting; Frencl

Turret Ship “ Achdron,” 508, 509

Training Machinery for Heavy Guns, 512

Transandine Railway, The, 328, 329, 330, 332 340

Travelling Crane, 100-Ton ; Fairfield Boile

Trial of a Babcock and Wilcox Boiler, 54, 55, 73(

Trials, Armour-Plate, in America, 492

Trials of the Westinghouse Quick-Acting Brake Belgian, 461

Triple-Expansion Engine, Tangyes’ Horizontal, 636, 644

Triple Expansion Marine Engines (See Engines) Triple-Expansion Pumping Engines for the East

London Water Works (Messrs. T. Richardson and Sons), 162

Triple-Expansion Vertical Engine, Farcot, 300

Triple-Screw Engines, Baxter’s (Messrs. Cox and

Co., Falmouth), 485

Triplex Spur-Gear Pulley Block, Weston’s, 210

Tubes, Ribbed, 306

Tubs, Amalgamating, at Obrajes, 33

Tubular Framed Railway Wagons, 648, 649

Tubular Stay for Boilers, Yarrow’s, 544

Tunnel Construction, New Method of Supporting Superincumbent Earth, 673

Tunnel, Dunmail Raise, Alignment of, 80

Tunnel, Exit from Calavera, and Entrance to

Spiral Tunnel; Transandine Railway, 332

Tunnel, The New King’s Cross, 673

Tunnel, The St. Clair; Shield, 572

Turning and Screwing Machines, Barrow’s, 301

Turret Mounting and 27-Centimetre Gun ; Canet System, 476, 477

Turret Ship “ Amiral Duperrd,” The, 398

Twin-Screw Steamer “Normannia,” for Hamburg-American Company, 248, 249, 312, 364, 365

Twist Drill Grinder, Phillips’s, 674

Tyler’s Compound Direct-Acting Pumping gine, 520, 528

Type-Writer, The Maskelyne, 693

Tyre Mill at the Chicago Tire and Spring Company’s Works, Munton’s, 455

Undulations, The Experiments on Electrical, of Professor Hertz, 708

Union, The Gwinnett Swivel, 662

United States of America, Map of the, 286

United States Armoured Cruiser “Chicago,” The, 214

Universal Steam Calorimeter, A, 89

University College, London, Experiments on Boiler at, 591

Utilisation of Niagara (See Niagara)

the

252,

En-

Vacuum Pump, Swinburne’s, 362

Valve, Non-Return, for Gun Carriage, 356

Valve, Rotating, for Gun Carriage, 356

Valve, Stop, A New Asbestos Packed, 467

Valve, Stop, Jeffrey’s Automatic Steam, 86

Variable Blast Nozzle, Macallan and Adams’, 215

Vavasseur Mounting for 6-In. Breechloading Gun, 356

Vavasseur, Vavasseur-Canet, and Canet Hydraulic Brake Cylinders, 386

Ventilator, Torpedo (Railway Carriages), 126

Vertical Compound Engine, 69

Vertical Plate-Bending Rolls at the Fairfield

Works, 480

Viaduct, The Kinzua, 119

Victoria Torpedo, The, 237, 244, 245

View of Mines Atocha, Itos, and Santa Christo, 32

View of Oruro, General, 32

Visit of the Iron and Steel Institute to America,

286, 552, 553, 554

Wagons, Railway, Tubular Framed, 618, 649

Water Pipes, The Corrosion of, 229, 230

Water Tube Boiler, Knap’s; Root’s System, 484

Water-Wheel at Sanches, 33

Weaver Navigation, The River, 166

Weaving Horsehair Cloth, Laycock’s Loom for, 132

Wedge Bush, Thomas’s Concentric, 377

Weir’s Pumps and Feed-Heating Appliances; s.s. “Normannia,” 364, 365

West Highland Railway Route, 407

Westinghouse Quick-Acting Brake, Belgian Trials of the,461

Weston’s Triplex Spur-Gear Pulley Block, 210

Wharf Crane, Davis and Primrose’s 40-Ton, 279, 282

Wheel Lathe, Earnshaw’s Duplex, 599

Wheel Lathe, Spencer’s 4-Ft., 207

Whitehead Torpedo, The, 573, 632, 633

Wick Harbour Works, 616

Wimshurst Influence Machine, Discharge from a, 141

Winding Engine ; Wingate Grange Colliery, 446, 447

Wood’s Journal Bearings, 261

Woodruff System of Keying, The, 349, 495

Works of the Bethlehem Iron and Steel Company, Bethlehem, Pa., U.S.A., 241

Works, The Fairfield, Extension of (See Fair-field)

Works, The Manchester Ship Canal, 666

Works, Naval, The Southampton, 467

Works of the Pennsylvania Steel Company at Sparrow Point, 611

Yacht “ Lady Torfrida,” The Steam, 158, 159

Yarrow’s Torpedo Boat with Quadruple-Expansion Engines, 609

Yarrow’s Tubular Stay for Boilers, 544

Yokohama Harbour, 701

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