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Engineering 1891 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1891 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1891 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.
Engineering 1891 Jul-Dec: Letters to the Editor Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1891 Jul-Dec: Index

Action of Steam. H. F. J., 720; R. L. Newman, 748

Adams’ Radial Axle-Boxes, Mr. W. B. Francis C. B. Burgess, 156 ; J. D. T., 215

Aerodynamics. Thomas Moy, 625 ; D. C. Vogt, 655

Air Compressors. General Engine and Boiler Company, 718

Alloys, The Properties of. J. R. Arnold, 575 Alternating Current Motors. W. M. Mordey, 685

American Machine Tools. W. S. Bancroft, 574 American Navy. R. T. N., 418

Atlantic Liners, Some Notable. B. W. Ginsburg, 685

Atlantic Record. White Star, 74; G., 74. See also Knots, The Use of Term, and “ Majestic”

Audley Water Works, The. Stephen Harding Terry, 102

Ben Nevis, Wind Velocities on. Horatio Phillips, 655, 720

Binnie’s Rain Gauge. W. J. E. Binnie, 685

Boiler Circulation. John Them, 12; Adam Miller, 41 ; John Tnom, 74; Adam Miller, 102 ; N. Jensen, 156 ; John Thom, 156 ; John Gamgee, 1E6. (See Letter by A. E. Jones, 545)

Boiler Explosion, Huddersfield. John Swift, 126

Boiler Inspection. Coinage, 12; S. Boswell, M.I.M.E., 13

Boiler, Serpollet. Bryan Donkin, Jun., 364 ;

O. H. Wildt, 455

Boilers, Oil Burning. James Johnston, 476 Boilers, Welded. Reader, 305, 326

Breakdowns in the Navy. Short Stroke, 365 Brighton Railway Jubilee. George B. Rennie, 364

Brine, Evaporation of. Constant Reader, 748

Canet 12.6-In. Gun. Jas. A. Longridge, 305 Capital and Labour. James Perry, 454 Catalogues, The Modern Manufacturers’. John

Birch and Co., 624

Cement Burning. Stanger and Blount, 515 Cement Manufacture and the Utilisation of

Waste Products. W. R. Taylor, 545

Cement, Portland. Ewing Mathieson, 102

Cement, Portland. Maker and Chemist, 575 ;

Stanger and Blount, 605

Cement, Portland, in Australia. H. C. Mais,

M. Inst. C.E., 384 ; Stanger and Blount, 454

“ Charles Dickens,” Locomotive. Charles Dickens (Engine No. 955), 326

Chilian War. F. W. R. H., 12

China Coal. Hong-Kong Merchant, 240

Circulation in Boilers. John Thom, 12 ; Adam Miller, 41 ; John Thom, 74 ; Adam Miller, 102;

N. Jensen, 156; John Thnm, 156; John Gamgee, 156. (See Letter by A. E. Jones, 545)

Coal in China. Hong-Kong Merchant, 240 Coal Consumption, Atlantic Vessels. White Star, 214, 282; North Star, 304 ; B. F. C. G., 304 ; White Star, 365 ; W. B. Thompson, 385 ; Jas. Howden, 385 ; White Star, 418 ; Jas. Howden, 545

Coal Viewed as a Machine for Deriving Motion from a Source. S. Tolver Preston, 11

Coding in Manufacturers’ Catalogues. John Birch and Co., 624

Coffee Essences. Jas. R. Bennie, 305 Comparison of Steam Vessels. See Vessels Compound Engines. An Old Subscriber, 365 Compound Locomotive, North-Eastern. R. C. W..

364

Compressors, Air. General Engine and Boiler Co., 718

Concentration, Iron Ore. W. T. May, 102

Concrete Blocks, Watertight, Making. Water Subway, 282 ; V. de Michele, 305

Conical Pistons. Piston, 326

“ Cordelia,” Gun Failure on H.M.S. C. Wortley, 102

Corrugated Furnaces, Fox’s. Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 102

Cost of Gas v. Electricity. H. F. Hills, 74

Cotton Combustion; Fire on “ City of Richmond.” Coates and Carver, 74 ; Asphyxia, 74 ; Coates and Carver, 102; Visitor, 126

Crane, 15Ton Steam. A. B , 385

Cranes, Electric. Engineer, 305 ; R. Bolton and Co., 326

Cupolas, Utilising Waste Heat from. Foundry Manager, 515 ; Theo. Hornung, 545 ; F. E. R., 574

Drain Gauging Machine. W. B„ 385

Electric Cranes. Engineer, 305 ; R. Bolton and Co., 326

Electric Lighting of Trains. I. A. Timmis, 305

Electric Tramways. E. H. T., 605

Electric Units and their Nomenclature. Wm.

Stroud, 364

Electricity, Alternating Current Motors. W. M. Mordey, 685

Electricity v. Gas, Comparative Cost of. H. F. Hills, 74

“ Empress of China Indicated Horse-Power.

T. Hudson Beare, 193

Engines, Compound. An Old Subscriber, 365 Evaporation of Brine. Constant Reader, 748 Exhauster, Radial Steam Jet. P. D., 326

Fire on “ City of Richmond.” Coates and Carver, 74 ; Asphyxia, 74 ; Coates and Carver, 102 ; Visitor, 126

Flying Machines. Thomas Moy, 625 ; D. C.

Vogt, 655

Flywheels. Percy J. Neate, 454 ; Bernard Esmark, 477 ; James Armer, 514 ; G. Pinning-ton, 544; Percy J. Neate, 576; James Armer, 684

Forced Draught in Atlantic Steamers. See Coal Consumption

Foundations, Subaqueous. Goldsmith and Son, 102

Fox’s Corrugated Furnaces. Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 102

Franklin Lifebuoy. F. Dixon, Brown, and Co., 624

Friction, The Committee of Research on. J. J. Bircket, 156

Frictional, Phenomenal. B. Morley Fletcher, 215 ; Jas. Ferguson, 718

Furnaces, Fox Corrugated Flues. Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 102

Gas v. Electricity, Comparative Cost of. H. F. Hills, 74

Gas, Water. See Water Gas, 41

Gauging Machine, Drain. W. B., 385

Gun, Canet, 12.6-In. Jas. A. Longridge, 305

Gun Failure on H.M.S. “ Cordelia.” C. Wortley, 102

High-Powered Triple-Expansion Engines. A Whitworth Scholar, 574 ; A. E. Seaton, 605; A Whitworth Scholar, 624

Huddersfield Boiler Explosion. John Swift, 126

Hygiene, International Congress of. Thos. W. Cutler, 73

Indicator Diagrams for Power, “Empress of China.” T. Hudson Beare, 193

Inspection of Boilers. Coinage, 12 ; S. Boswell,

M.I.M.E., 13

Ireland, Railways in. J. T. Backnill 621

Iron Ore Concentration. W. J. May, 10-

Japanese Coastguard Ship0. Pro Sir

Armstrong, Mitchell, and C)., Limited, Edward

W. Lloyd, Director, 605

Jubilee of Brighton Railway. George B. Rennie, 364

Knot, The Use of Term. G., 12; J. H. Slade, 41; White Star, 74 ; G., 74

Labour and Capital. James Perry, 454

“Lahn,” Engines of. A Whitwortn Scholar,

574 ; A. E. Seaton, 605 ; A Whitworth Scholar,

I 624

Lifebuoy, Franklin. F. Dixon, Brown, and Co., 621

Lighthouse Lights. A. G. Fraud, 193

Lighting, Cost of Gas v. Electricity. H. F. Hills, 74

Locomotive Building at Stratford. u Quantity after Quality,” 748

Locomotive,North-Eastern Compound. R.C. W., 364

Locomotive Running Million Miles. Charles

Dickens (Engine No. 955), 326

Locomotives, British and American. J. D. T., 418; J. D. T., 456

Machine Tools, American. W. S. Bancroft, 571

Machinery, Taxation of. S. M. Burroughs, 193

“Majestic,” The. White Star, 214, 282; North

Star, 304 ; B. F. C., 304 ; White Star, 365;

W. B. Thompson, 385 ; Jas. Howden, 385 ;

White Star, 418; Jas. Howden, 545

Marine Machinery, Weight of. U. H. Wingfield,

Motors, Alternating Current. W. M. Mordey, 685

Niagara, Projects for the Utilisation of. H. D.

Pearsall, 605

North-Eastern Compound Locomotive. R.C. W., 364

Note on the Comparison of Steam Vessels. See

Vessels

Oil-Burning Boilers. Jas. Johnston, 476

Ore Concentration, Iron. W. J. May, 102

Oregon. B. W. Ginsburg, 685

Pistons, Conical. Piston, 326

Portland Cement. Ewing Mathieson, 102

Portland Cement. Maker and Chemist, 575 ; '

Stanger and Blount, 605

Portland Cement in Australia (Tests). H. C.

Mais, M.I.C.E., 384 ; Stanger and Blount, 455

Problem Solutions. Edward J. M. Davies, 193

Propeller Shafts. H. F. Mai% 575

Properties of Alloys. J. O. Arnold, 575

Propulsion withNon-Reversible Engines, Screw.

See Screw

Propulsion, Mr. Robert Mansei's Law of, Steamship. See Vessels

PuertoCabello, San Felipe and Araure Railway.

B., 456 ; Henry J. Cooke, C.E., 515

Radial Axle-Boxes, Adams, Mr. W. B. Francis C. B. Burgess, 156. J. D. T., 215

Railways in Ireland. J. T. Bucknill, 624

Refrigerating Machines for Milk. Richard P.

Fuge, 156

Refrigerating Machines, Tests of. Linde British Refrigerating Company, Limited, 157 ; Consulting Engineer, 304; Linde British Refrigerating Company, Limited, 326; A. B. W., 326 ; Nellikuppam, 364 ; J. and O. G. Pierson, 385; Nellikuppam, 385 ; T. B. Lightfoot, 418 ;

H. Johs Krebs, 455 ; Nellikuppam, 476; H. J ohs Krebs, 605

Reversible Screw Propulsion. A. Perroni, 418 ;

Robt. McGlasson, 544, 718. See also Screw Propulsion

Rolling Stock of British and American Railways.

J. D. T.,418; J. D. T., 456

Sanitary Science. John D. Garrett, 365 ; Sidney R. Lo vcock, 385

Screw Propulsion with Non-Reversible Engines.

A. Perroni, 418; Robt. McGlasson, 514;

Robt. McGlasson, 625 ; S. W. Barnaby, 654 ;

Charles Appleby, 654; Robt. McGlasson, 718

Self-Oiling Metal, Tubular Cars and. Engineer, 544

Serpollet Boiler. Bryan Donkin, Jun., 364; O.

H. Wildt, 455

Shafting. Strength of. J. B. L., 544. H., 574.

A. L. Jones, 604. Heber I. Pedley, 605. D. C., 624. D. K. Clark, 624. Dennis Coyle, 655.

J. A. L.. 655

Shafts, Propeller. H. F. Mais, 575

Solutions of Engineers' Extra First-Class Question**. Edward J. M. Davies, 193

Southampton and New York Record Passages.

W. B. Thompson, 385. White Star, 418. Jas.

Howden, 545. See also “ Majestic”

Steam, Action of. H. F. J., 720 ; R. L. Newman, 748

Steam Dryer and Condensed Water Evaporator for Long Steam Pipes. S. A. Ward, 624

Steamer “ City of Richmond,” Fire on. Coates and Carver, 74 ; Asphyxia, 74, Coates and Carver, 102; Visitor, 126

Steamship Propulsion, Mr. Mansei’s Law on. See Vessels and Screw

Stratford, Locomotive Building at. “ Quantity after Quality,” 748

Strength of Shafting. See Shafting

Subaqueous Foundations. Goldsmith and Son, 102

Superheated Steam. See Serpollet Boiler

Surveying River Beds. Jno. R. Arnoldi, 385.

See also 699

Taxation of Machinery. S. M. Burroughs, 193

Train Lighting, Electric. I. A. Timmis, 305

Tramways, Electric. E. H. T., 605

Triple-Expansion Engines, High-Powered. A Whitworth Scholar, 574 ; A. E. Seaton, 605 ; A Whitworth Scholar, 624

Tubular Frame Wagons. M. R. Jefferds, 13 ; Chas. Koschin, 41; Ex Oriente Lux, 476; Engineer, 515; Engineer, 514

Units and their Nomenclature, William Stroud, 364

Utilising Waste Heat from Cupolas. Foundry Manager, 515 ; Theo. Hornung, 545 ; F. E. R., 574

Velocities on Ben Nevis, Wind. Horatio Phillips, 655, 720

Vessels (Steam), Notes on the Comparison of. Robert Mansel, 101; A. E. J., 239; Robert Mansel, 455 ; A. E. Jones, 456 ; A. E. Jones, 545; Robert Mansel, 625 (See Errata t 653)

Vyrnwy Aqueduct. George F. Deacon, 127

Wagons, Tubular Frame. M. R. Jefferds, 13; Charles Koschin, 41; Ex Oriente Lux, 476; Engineer, 515; Engineer, 544

War in Chili. F. W. R. H., 12

Water Gas. John Head, 41

Weight of Marine Machinery. C. II. Wingfield, 214

Welded Boilers. Reader, 305 ; X., 326

Wind Velocities on Ben Nevis. Horatio Phillips 655, 720

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