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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1900 Jul-Dec: Index

  • Absorbtion of Colour, Electric Oscillations, 742, 839
  • Acceleration of Car l>y Polyphase Current, 6, 99, 133
  • Acceleration Indicators, Railway, 1, 74
  • Acceleration and Tractive Force of Trains, 361

Accidents, Railway:

  • Collision at Granville, Metropolitan Railway, 414
  • Collision at Kent House, 278
  • Collision at Slough, 638
  • Derailment on Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, 845
  • Accidents, Prevention of Railway, Act, 338
  • Accumulator Regulation by Dynamos, 319
  • Accumulators at Paris Exhibition, 596 Acetylene, 551, 672
  • Acetylene, A Handbook for the Student and Manufacturer, by Mr. Vivian B. Lewes, 651
  • Acetylene Flame, 710
  • Adams, Professor F. I)., and Mr. J. T. Nicholson on the Flow of Marble, 129
  • Addy's Pipe Flange Facing Machine, 545
  • Admiralty Expenditure, 471 ABther, Dynamics of, 395
  • African. Sec also South African
  • African Trade and German Shipping, 473
  • Agent, Legal Position of a Commission, 537
  • Agglomeration under Pressure, 444. See also Marble
  • Agricultural Chemistry, 507
  • Agricultural Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 8, 140, 293, 357, 432, 447, 457, 755
  • Agricultural Show, Smithfield, 774
  • Agricultural Testing Station at Paris Exhibition, 8
  • Agriculture, 8, 140, 357, 432, 447, 457, 755
  • Air, Electrification in Liquid, 475
  • Air, Liquid, 715
  • Air Pump, Capacitv Tests, 763
  • “Alberta,” Channel Steamer(Brown, Clydebank), 47
  • Alcohol, Denatured, 507
  • Alcohol, Russian Monopoly, 619
  • Aleoholisation Process, 523
  • Aldershot Camp Sewage Farm, 693
  • Aldridge, Mr. J. G. W., on Electric Omnibus, 360
  • Alkali Act and Cement Works, 377
  • Alkaline Earths, Silicates of, 493
  • Allen's Military Wagon, 766
  • Allgemelne Elektricituts-Gesellschaft, Exhibit at Paris, 460, 489, 557, 660
  • Alloys, Chemical Compounds in (Mr. F. N. Neville). 493
  • Alloys Produced by Pressure, 414
  • Alloys, Rhodium, 710
  • Alternate p. Continuous Currents for Distribution Systems, 243
  • Alternate Current Distribution, 319
  • Alternate Current Measurement, 277
  • Alternator. See also Electric
  • Alternator, 1000-Kilowatt, Parsons Steam Turbine, 830
  • Alternator and 1000-Kilo.vatt Engine (Ferranti), 610
  • Alternator, 1000 Kilowatt Three-Phase (Li(:ge), 598
  • Alternator, 1300 Kilowatt Three-phase (Oerlikon), 290
  • Alternator, 3000-Kilowatt Triphase and Monophase (Helios), 12
  • Alternator, 1000 Horse-Power, 2000 Volts, Three- hase (Electricity et Hydraulique), 026 Alternator, 350 Horse-Power (Electricity et Hydraulique), 626
  • Alternator, 3000-Kilowatt Three-Phase (A. E.G.), 460, 060
  • Alternator, Electric, 1000 Horse-Power (Kolben and Co., Prague), 79
  • Alternator, Three-Phase, and Compound Engine (Fives-Lille), 627
  • Alternator, Three-Phase, and 650. Horse-Power Engine (Iiieter), 533
  • Alternators, Compounding, 306

Alternators, Design of:

  • 107, 141, 227, 464, 485, 691, 819
  • Calculation of Curves of Excitation Regulation, 465, S20
  • Calculation of Saturation Curves, S19
  • Calculation for Unity Power Factor, 821
  • Characteristic Curves, Predetermination of, 228
  • Curve, Characteristic Output, 591
  • Curves of Excitation Regulation, 593
  • Demagnetising Effect of Armature Current, 228
  • Excitation Regulation, 107
  • Inductance of Windings of Alternators, 141
  • Inherent Regulation, 107 Load Saturation Curves, 464 , 819
  • Magnetic Leakage, 227 Short-Circuit Curve, 485, 821
  • Volt-Ampere Curve, 485
  • Alternators in Parallel, 308
  • Aluminium in Cast Iron, 401
  • Aluminium at Paris Exhibition, 691
  • Aluminium for Producing High Temperatures, 380, 386, 450
  • Aluminium Thermit, 3S0, 386, 460
  • America. Sec United States
  • American Asiatic Society, 217
  • American Competition, 303, 676, 711, 769, 809
  • American Competition in Iron and Steel, 303
  • American Engineers’ Visit to Berlin, 158
  • American Lakes, Shipping and Shipbuilding on, 21
  • American Specifications for Iron and Steel, 282, 381, 400, 448
  • American Tall Buildings, 9
  • American Trade and Shipping, 242
  • American Underfeed Stoker, 632
  • Ammeter and Voltmeter, Professor Baily’s, 460
  • Amylo Process of Aleoholisation, 523
  • Analysis, Electrolytical, 305, 630
  • Analyses of Town and Producer Gas, 202
  • Analytical Chemistry, 441
  • Anemometers, 508
  • Annealing of Armour-Plates, 60
  • Annuals, 607
  • Anorganic Chemistry, Industrial, 441
  • Anti-Friction Metal for Axle-Boxes, 95
  • Antiseptics in Food and Clothing, 571
  • Arc, Direct-Current, Rapid Variations, 799, 808, 848
  • Arc Lamp, Bremer, 341
  • Arc Lamp Registering Apparatus, 277
  • Arc Lamps, 378
  • Architecture of Steel, Internal, 394
  • Argentine Railway Property, 54G
  • Armature Current, Demagnetising Effect, 227
  • Armour Plate Trials, GO
  • Armour Plates, Annealing of, 60
  • Armstrong, Lord, 833 Armstrong, The Late Professor, 674
  • Army and Navy Pavilion at Paris Exhibition, 725
  • Arnold, Professor J. O., on Internal Architecture of Steel, 394
  • Arsenical Sulphuric Acid, 772
  • Artificial Daylight, 4G1 Artificial Textiles, 531
  • Artillery. See Guns and also Schneider
  • “ Arundel,” Steamship (Denny Brothers), 23, 210, 264
  • Asphalt and Hardwood Pavements, 60
  • Assaying Furnace, Petroleum Heated, 416 Astigmatic Lenses, 627
  • Astronomy and Astronomical Instruments, by Dr. Common, 463
  • Astronomy at the British Association, 463, 464
  • Asymmetrical and Irreciprocal Conduction, 277
  • Atlantic Liners, Dimensions, &c., of, 825
  • Atlantic Speeds, 340, 825
  • Atlantic Steaming, 247 Atlantic Weather in 1898-9, 463
  • Atmosphere, Carbonic Acid in, 530
  • Atmospheric Oases, 573
  • Atomic Weights, 441
  • Atoms, the Size of, 414, 428
  • Augsburg and Nuremberg Engine Works, Exhibit at Paris, 322
  • Australasian Coal, 166
  • Austrian State Railway, Mountain Locomotive (Wiener-Neustadt Locomotive Works), 208
  • Automatic Machine Tools at the Stanley Show, 696
  • Automobile, 1000 Mile Trial, 13
  • Automobile Mowing Machine at Paris Exhibition, 447
  • Automobile Speeds, and Parliament, 760
  • Automobile Wagon for Heavy Duty, by Mr. A. Herschmann, 230
  • Automobiles. See also Cars, Motor Automobiles, A Master Patent, 805
  • Automobiles, Hele-Shaw on, 35
  • Automobiles, Nesselsdorfer (Paris Exhibition), 766, 831
  • Automobiles at the Paris Exhibition, 488, 521, 552, 618, 655, 831, 8S7
  • Automobiles, Resistance of, 327
  • Auxiliary Engines of Twin-Screw Steamship “ Deutschland,” 763. See 823
  • Awards (Paris Exhibition), 255,425, 474, 496, 659, 745
  • Axle-Boxes, Bearing Metal for, 95
  • Ayrton, Mrs., on Arc Lamps, 379
  • Babcock and Wilcox Marine Boilers, 638
  • Bacterial Filtration of Water, 11, 40. See LETTER, 95
  • Bacteriological Treatment of Sewage, 531. See also Sewage
  • Bakhuis-Roosebooin, Professor, on Phase Doctrine Regarding Iron and Steel, 402
  • Balanced Engine, Wigzell, 311
  • Balanced Rudders, 65, 82
  • Bale Electric-Light Station, 465
  • Balloons, and Wireless Telegraphy, 4G0
  • Baltic and White Seas, Connection Between, 277
  • Barium Peroxide, 441
  • Barometer, A New Mercurial, 463
  • Batteries. See Accumulators Battery Regulation by Dynamos, 319
  • Battleships. Sec Warships Bavarian Railway Locomotive (Maffei), 298
  • Bearing Metals for Axle-Boxes, 95
  • Beer, Poisoned, 772
  • Behr Monorail Railway, 360
  • Belgian Coal Mining, 413
  • Belgian Metallurgical Industry, 277
  • Belgian Steel Company, 636
  • Bell, Sir L., on Steel Competition, 739. See LETTERS
  • Belleville Boiler, Navy Committee, 183
  • Belleville Boilers, Report and Debate on, 89, 123, 1S3
  • Belleville Engine, Delaunay, 96
  • Belleville Installation at Paris Exhibition. Sec LETTERS, 50
  • Bending Machine, Donaldson's Tube, 249
  • Benzine Derivatives, Isomorphous, 492
  • Berlin Electric Station “ Moabit” (Paris Exhibition), 657
  • Berlin Engine Works Locomotives (Schwartz* kopff), 116, 191
  • Berlin, Visit of American Engineers to, 158
  • Bethlehem Steel Company's Hot Working Tool Steel, 402
  • Bicycles. See Cycles
  • Bidtrix et Cie., Electric Power Exhibit at Paris 1 598
  • Binuie's, Sir A. B., Address to Section G, British Association, 315, 347
  • Birch, Mr. J. Grant, 153
  • Birtwisle Hydraulic Joint, 191
  • Blast-Furnace Iron, 476
  • Block Signalling Apparatus, Sarroste and Loppg’s, 39
  • Blohm and Voss Exhibit at Paris, 455
  • Blondel, M., on Electric Lamps, 378
  • Blower for Portable Forges, 641
  • Boats, Submarine, 176
  • Boiler Explosion at Banbury, 160
  • Boiler Explosion near Colne, 64
  • Boiler Explosion, Locomotive, on Great Eastern Railway, 508
  • Boiler Explosion at North Walsham, 4S1
  • Boiler Explosion, Paper Kier, Darwen, 516
  • Boiler Explosion at Sydenham, 542
  • Boiler Explosion on the Thames, 353
  • Boiler Inspection, Compulsory, 129, 213
  • Boiler, Navy Committee, 89, 123, 183
  • Boiler Tube Expander, Burton’s Plastic Pressure, 798
  • Boiler Tubes, Electro-Galvanising, 130
  • Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boiler
  • Boilers, Belleville, Report and Debate on, S9, 123,183
  • Boilers (Galloway), 207
  • Boilers, Water-Tube, 128, 445. See also Saval Engineer*
  • Bollinckx and Co.’s Exhibit at Paris, 368 Books Received, 24 , 342, 486
  • Boring Machine, Horizontal (Fetu, Defize), 467
  • Borns, H., on Electro-Chemistry, 596, 690
  • Borsig’s, A., Exhibit at Paris, 180, 435
  • Boston South Terminal Railway Station, 257,477, 639
  • Bounties, Shipping, 763, 828
  • Boyer Lon^-Stroke Pneumatic Hammer, 767
  • Bradford Refuse Destructors, 326, 349, 383. See 531
  • Bradford Water Works, 326, 349 Brake Gear for Incline Railway, 45, 116
  • Brakes on Behr's Railway, 360*
  • Brasses for Axle-Boxes, 95 Breakdowns of Engines, 375
  • Breakers, Contact for Spectroscopy, 380
  • Breaker, Reed Electric-Current, 159
  • Bremer Arc Lamp, 341
  • Brewers’ Exhibition, 541
  • Brick Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 365, 393, 425, 493
  • Bridge-Building, German, at Paris Exhibition, 186, 199, 289, 322, 554
  • Bridge Matters, Some (Strains, &c.), 155, 669
  • Bridge, Norvals Pont, Reconstruction of, 296
  • Bridge, Wheatstone, 429
  • Bridges-Lee, Mr. J., on “Throw” of Projectiles, 59, 157. See LETTBRS
  • Bridges, Swing-, over the River Weaver, 757
  • Bridgework ; the Carnegie Pocket-Book, 190
  • Bridgework, Economy in, 155 Brill’s Convertible Tramcar, 415
  • Britain at the Paris Exhibition, 211

British Association:

  • 248, 304, 315, 326, 347, 349, 351, 360, 383, 390, 394, 428, 400, 491, 530
  • Presidential Address by Sir William Turner, 304
  • Mechanical Section.
  • Presidential Address by Sir A. R. Binnie, 315, 326, 347
  • Water Supply, with a Description of the Bradford Water Works, by Mr. J. Watson, 326, 349
  • The Disposal of House Refuse in Bradford, by Mr. J. McTaggart, 326, 349, 383. See 531
  • Resistance of Road Vehicles to Traction, by Professor Hele-Shaw, F.R.S., 327
  • The Viagraph, by Mr. J. Brown, 327
  • An Account of a New Form of Self-Registering Rain Gauge, by Mr. W. T. E. Binnie, 330
  • The Coal and Iron Ore Fields of Shansi and Honan, and Railway Construction in China, by Mr. J. II. Glass, M. Inst. C.E., 330
  • The Use of Expanded Metal in Concrete, by Mr. A. T. W&linisley, M. Inst. C.E., 331 Power Generation—Comparative Cost by the Steam Engine, Water Turbine, and Gas Engine, by Mr. J. B. C. Kershaw, 331, 351, 390
  • The Automobile for Electric Street Traction, by Mr. J. G. W. Aldridge, 360
  • The Manchester and Liverpool Express Railway, by Sir W. II. Preeee, F.R.S., 360
  • The Manchester and Liverpool Express Railway (Signals and Brakes), by Mr. F. J. Behr, 360
  • Measurement of the Tractive Force, Resistance, and Acceleration of Trains, by Mr. A. Mallock, 361, 480
  • The Construction of Large Dynamos, as Exemplified at the Paris Exhibition, by Professor S. P. Thompson, F.R S., 361
  • Recent Tramway Construction, by Mr. William Dawson, 361, 480
  • On a Combination Integrating Wattmeter and Maximum Demand Indicator, by Mr. T. Barker and Professor Ewing, F.R.S., 362 The Design and Location of Electric Generating Stations, by Mr. A. II. Gibbings, 361
  • Small Screws Committee's Report, bv Mr. W. A. Price, 364
  • Screw Threads used in Cycle Construction and for Screws Subject to Vibration, bv Mr. O. I’. Clements, 36-1
  • The Application of Photography to Textile Design, by Professor R. Beaumont, 365
  • Shop Buildings, by Mr. E. Kitson Clark, 394
  • Internal Architecture of Steel, by Professor J. O. Arnold, 394
  • A New Form of Calorimeter for Measuring the Wetness of Steam, by Professor Goodman, 395
  • 77b' Mathematical and Physical Section.
  • .Ether, The Dyn4mics of the, by Dr. Larmor, F.R.S., 395
  • On the Relation of Radiation to Temperature by Dr. J. Larmor, F.R.S., 428
  • Report of the Electrical Standards Committee, by Mr. R. T. Glazebrook, F.R.S., 421)
  • A Form of Wheatstone-Bridge, by Mr E II Griffiths, F.R.S., 429
  • Improved Standard Resistance Coil, by Mr. R. S. Whipple, 429
  • Note on the Explosive Pressures of Gases, by Mr. G. E. Petnvcl, 461
  • On the Infra-Red of the Solar Spectrum, by Dr. S. P. Langley, 461
  • Note on M. Gremieu's Experiments, by Professor G. F. Fitzgerald, F.R.S., 429
  • On a Method of Investigating Correspondences between Spectra, by Mr. H. Ramage, 460
  • Report of Committee on Radiation in a Magnetic Field, by Professor G. F. Fitzgerald F.R.S., 460
  • An Experiment on Simultaneous Contrast by 51 r. G. J. Burch, F.R.S., 461 *
  • A t^uartz-Calcite Symmetrical Doublet, by Mr J, W. Gifford, 461
  • On the Creeping of Liquids and the Surface Tension of Mixtures, by Dr. F. T. Trouton, F.R.S., 4(51
  • The Production of an Artificial Light of the Same Character as Daylight, by Mr. A. Dufton and Mr. W. M. Gardner, 401
  • The Chemical Section.
  • On the Dynamical Statistics of Gas Theory, by Dr. J. Larrnor, F.R.S., 428
  • On the Partition of Molecular Energy, by Professor G. II. Bryan, F.R.S., 428
  • Discussion on Ions, by Professor G. F. Fitzgerald, F.R.S., 428
  • The Radiation of a Black Body on the Electro- Magnetic Theory, by Dr. II. C. Pocklington, 428
  • Note on the Propagation of Electric Waves along Parallel Wires, by Professor W. B. Morton, 429
  • Report on Electrolysis and Electro-Chemistry, by Mr. E. II. Griffiths and Mr. W. Whetham, 429
  • On the Apparent Emission of Cathode Rays from an Electrode at Zero Potential, by Mr. C. E. S. Phillips, 430
  • Similarity of the Effect of Electrical Stimulus on Inorganic and on Living Substances, by Professor J. C. Bose, 431
  • Wireless Telephony, by Sir William Preece, F.R.S., 432
  • On a Lecture-Room Volt and Ammeter, by Professor F. G. Baily, 400
  • On the Phosphorescent Glow in Gases, by Mr. J. B. B. Burke, 400
  • Wireless Telephony and Balloons, by Rev. J. M. Bacon, 400
  • On the Vector Potential of Electric Currents in a Field where Disturbances are Propagated with Finite Velocity, by Dr. S. II. Burbury, F.R.S., 401)
  • Report on Determining the Magnetic Force on Board Ship, by Captain Creak, 400 Report on the Intensity of Solar Radiation, 400
  • Report of the Committee on Seismological Observations, by Professor J. Milne, F.R.S.,
  • 401
  • Note on the Use of Kites to obtain Meteorological Observations at Blue Hill Observatory, Mass., U.S.A., bv Mr. A. L. Rotch, 402
  • Report of the Committee on Meteorological Photography, 402
  • Progress in Astronomy and Astronomical Instruments, by Dr. A. A. Common, F.R.S., 403
  • The Weather of the North Atlantic Ocean in the Winter of 1898-9, by Major Campbell Hepworth, 4G3
  • The Physical Effects of Winds in Towns and their Influence upon Ventilation, by Mr. J. W. Thomas, 403
  • On a Novel Form of Mercurial Barometer, by Mr. A. S. Davis, 403
  • The Rainfall of the Northern Counties of England, by Mr. John Hopkinson, 403
  • Solar Eclipse Research, by Professor David P. Todd, 464
  • On the Square-Shouldered Aspect of Saturn, by Mr. E. M. Antoniadi, 404
  • On the Types of Sun-Spot Disturbances, by Rev. A. L. Cortie, 464
  • Micrometer for Determining Star Positions on Photographic Plates, by Professor II. II. Turner, F.R.S., 404
  • Comparison of Solar Prominences and of C’oronrc, by Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer, 404
  • Photographic Equatorial of the Cambridge Observatory, by Mr. A. It. Hinks, 404
  • Observation of Eros at the Opposition of 1900-1, by Mr. A. R. Hinks, 404
  • Photography of a Moving Object, by Mr. W. E. Plummer, 464
  • Observation of Meteors, by Mr. J. Herschel, 464
  • Stationary Meteor Radiants, by Mr. O. C. Bompas, 401
  • Cosmic Evolution, by Professor A. W. Bickerton, 464
  • Duration of Totalitv of the Solar Eclipse of May 28, 1900, by Mr. C. T. Whitmell, 464
  • Duration of Annularity in an Annular Eclipse, I by Mr. C. T. Whitmell, 404 Teaching Practical Inorganic Chemistry, by ;
  • Professor W. II. Perkin, Jun., F.R.S., 491 |
  • Report on the Teaching of Science in Eleinen- | tary Schools, 492
  • Specific Heat of Gases at Temperatures up to 400 deg., by Mr. II. B. Dixon, F.R.8., and . Mr. F. W. Rixon, B.Sc., 492 Crystalline Structure of Metals, by Mr. J. A. | Ewing, F.R.S., and Mr. W. Rosenhain, B.A., 492
  • Report on Isomorphous Derivatives of Ben- !
  • zine, by Mr. W. J. Pope, 492
  • On the Diffusion of Gases and Liquids, by Mr. II. T. Brown, F.R.S., 492
  • Atomic Weights and the Periodic Law, by Dr. J. II. Gladstone, F.R.S., and Mr. G. Gladstone, 492
  • Chemical Compounds contained in Alloys, by Mr. F. II. Neville, F.R.S., 493
  • Iron and Phosphorus, by Mr J. E. Stead, 493.
  • See 379, 512, 579, 643, 683
  • On the Electric Conductivity of the Alloys of Iron, by Professor Barrett, F.R.S., 493 ’
  • Silicides of the Alkaline Earths, by Mr. C. S. Bradley, 493
  • Carbonic Anhydride in the Atmosphere, by Professor E. A. Letts, D.Sc., and Mr. R. F. Blake, 530
  • Distribution of Chlorine in West Yorkshire, by Mr. W. Ackroyd, 630
  • Acidity of Moorland Waters, by Mr. W. Ackroyd, 530
  • The Effects of Copper on the Human Body, by Mr. T. W. Hime, M.D., 530
  • Report on the Bibliography of Spectroscopy, 530
  • Report on Wave-Length Tables, 630 Rej*ort on Electrolytic Methods of Quantitative Analysis, 530
  • Absorption Spectra and Chemical Constitution of Organic Compounds, by Mr. W. N. Hartley, F.R.S., 530
  • Influence of Pressure on the Formation of Oceanic Salt Deposits, by Mr. II. M. Dawson, D.Sc., 530
  • On the Sensitiveness of Silver to Light, by General Waterhouse, 530
  • Heating and Lighting Power of Coal Gas, bv Mr. T. Fairley, F.R.S.E., 530
  • On Smoke, by Dr. J. B. Cohen, 530
  • Determining Oxygen in Fresh Water, Sea Water, and Sewage Effluents, by Mr. E. A. Letts, D.So., and Mr. R. F. Blake, 530
  • Camphor, Constitution of, by Mr. O. Aschan, Mr. J. Bredt, and Mr. A. Lap worth, 580
  • Recent Developments in the Textile Industries, by Dr. A. Liebmann, 531
  • The Bradford Sewage and its Treatment, by Mr. F. W. Richardson, 581. See 386, 849, 883
  • On the Treatment of Woolcombers’ Effluents, by Mr. W. Leach, 531
  • On the Utilisation of Sewage Sludge, by Mr. W. B. Bottomley, M.A., Ph.l)., 531
  • British Awards at Paris Exhibition, 255, 425, 474, 490, 559, 745
  • British Textile Display at Paris Exhibition, 502, 005
  • British Tiade in Siberia, 189 British Warships. See H.M.S. and \Va rships J Bromine Cells, 305
  • Brown, Messrs. John and Co., Limited, Steamer I “ Vaderland,” 00
  • Bucket Excavators for Port Arthur, 149
  • Buddicom’s Wooden Water Piping, 79
  • Building Materials at Paris Exhibition, 724, 7SS
  • Buildings, Tall, 9 Buildings, Workshop, 394
  • Bulk, Electric Energy in, 23, 59, 94
  • Bullets, “ Drift” and' “Throw ” of, 59, 157. See LETTKRS
  • “ Bulysses,” Liquid Fuel Steamer, 832
  • Buoy, Wigham’s, with Mineral Oil Illumination, 479
  • Burgdorf-Thun Electric Railway, 5, 99, 133
  • “ Burt ” Exhaust Head, 410
  • Burton’s Plastio Pressure Tube Expander, 798
  • Cables, Electric, Model, Specification, 3S9
  • Cables, Insulated, at Paris Exhibition, 109
  • Cables, Submarine, 117
  • Calcining Copper Ores, Sulphur Determination in, 235. See Erratum, 278
  • Calcining Flints, Kiln for, 15 Calcium. See also Acetylene
  • Calorific Energy of Gas, 202. See also Engines, Uas
  • Calorimeter, Goodman’s New, 395
  • Camphor, 530
  • Canadian Trade and Tariff, 538
  • Canal from Baltic to White Sea, 277
  • Capital Cost of Electric Power Plant, 112
  • Capstan Gear, Twin-Screw Steamship “ Deutschland," 010
  • Car, Brill, Tram, 2G7. See LRTTKR, 415
  • Car, Motor, 1000-Mile Trial, 13, 35
  • Car, Sleeping, Prussian Railway, 497
  • Cars, Motor, Electric Omnibus, 300
  • Cars, Motor, Engines for (Paris Exhibition), 521, 552, 837
  • Cars, Motor, for Heavy Duty, by Mr. A. Herschmann, 230
  • Cars, Motor, at Paris Exhibition, 488, 621, 652, 018, 055, 831, 837
  • Cars, Motor, Resistance of, on Roads, 327
  • Cars, Motor. Sec also Automobiles and Road Locomotion
  • Cars, Motor, for Street Watering, &o., 353
  • Cars, Pullman Sleeping, for Midland Railway, 597. Erratum, 031. See also Carriage
  • Carbon, Anomalous Dispersion of, 715
  • Carbonic Acid in the Air, 530 Carding Machinery, Wool (Paris Exhibition), 687, 054
  • Carnegie Pocket-Book, 190
  • Carriage, French Railway Vestibule (Paris Exhibition), 765
  • Carriage, Hospital Railway (Goerlitz Rolling Stock Construction Company), 180
  • Carriage, Metre Gauge Railway, Southern Railway Company of France, 202
  • Carriage Motor. See Automobile and Road Locomotion
  • Carriage, Railway See also Cars Carriage, Railway (Breslau Carriage Construction Company), 79
  • Carriages for the Ethiopian Railway, 149
  • Carriages for State Railways of France, 1
  • Carnegie’s, Mr., Gift to the Iron and Steel Institute, 379
  • Carrington Moss Refuse Farm, 159
  • Carus-Wilson, Professor, on Polyphase Electric Traction, 5, 99, 133
  • Cases, Recent, Relating to Merchandise Marks, 185. See also Legal
  • Cash Register, National Company’s Works, 358
  • Cast, Forged and Flanged, Iron (Paris Exhibition), 721
  • Cast Iron, Standardised, 281
  • Cells, Bromine, 305
  • Cells, Standard Cadmium, 277. See Accumulators
  • Cement Making at Paris Exhibition, 78, 724
  • Cement Works, Fumes from, 377 Central Station, Heating from a, 114
  • Central Station, “Moabit,” Berlin, Electric, 667 Central Station, Rheinfeldcn, 557
  • Central Stations with Gas Plant, ICO, 199, 244, 273. See also Daxcson, Mr., 790, 813, 845
  • Ceramic Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 365, 393, 425, 403
  • Channel Steamer “Alberta” (Brown, Clyde- I bank), 47
  • Channel Steamer “ Arundel” (Dcnnv Brothers), 23, 210, 2CI
  • Characteristic Curves of Alternators, 227
  • Charge, Moving, and Magnetic Effects, 429
  • Charges for Electric Supply, 379
  • Charlottenlierg Laboratory, 172
  • Chatwood Patent Safe aid Lock Company v. Ratner Safe Company, 20
  • Chemical Analysis, Electrolytic, 530 Chemical Exhibits at Paris, 010

Chemical Industry, Society of:

  • 02, 120
  • Annual Meeting, 02 Medal, 02
  • Professor Chandler’s Address, 03 Excursions, 03
  • The Government Laboratory, 120
  • The Jenner Institute, 120
  • Leather Industries Laboratories, 126
  • Royal Gunpowder Factory, 120
  • Chemical Section of British Association, 401
  • Chemistry, Teaching of, 401

Chemistry, International Congress of Applied :

  • 441, 507, 572
  • Analytical Chemistry, Section I., 441
  • Atomic Weights, 441
  • Symbols ami Abbreviations, 441
  • Spectroscopic Data, 441
  • Potassium, Determination of, 441
  • Anorganic Chemistry, Industrial, Section II., 441
  • Barium Peroxide, 441
  • Mouazite Sands, Treatment of, 441
  • Sulphuric Acid Industry, 441
  • French Anorganic Chemistry, 441
  • Metallurgy, Mines, Explosives, Section III., 441
  • Sulphur Determination, 441
  • Iron and Steel, Constitution of, 442
  • Explosives and Law, 442
  • Microsconic Metallography, 412
  • Iron, Botlies in, 442
  • Sugar, Section V., 507
  • Fermentation, Section VI., 507
  • Alcohol, Denaturated, 507
  • Wine, Sterilising of, 607
  • Agricultural Chemistry, Section VII., 507
  • Phosphates ami Superphosphates, 507
  • Milk, Sterilising, 507
  • Photography, Section IX., 503
  • Electro-Chemistry, Section X., 572
  • China, Affairs in, 530
  • China, Coal in, ISO, 330 China, The Engineer in, 430
  • China, Engineering in, 3S0
  • China, Foreign Interests in, 370 China, Iron and Coal in, ISO, 330
  • China, Railways in French Indo-, 33S
  • China, Russian Trade in, 410
  • China, Trade of Korea, 604
  • China, Trade of Tientsin, 272
  • Chlorine in Yorkshire, 530
  • Cincinnati, 113, 220
  • City and South London Electric Railway, ICO

Civil Engineers, American Society of:

  • 9, 40, 158
  • Visit to England, 0
  • Presidential Address, 0
  • Tall Buildings, by Mr. T. C. Purdy, New York, 0
  • Transportation as a Factor in Civilisation, 0
  • Iron and Steel Rails in America, by Mr. R. W. Hunt, 11, 33
  • Filtration of Water for Public Use, by Mr. R.
  • liering, New York, 11, 40
  • Excursions, 12
  • Visit to Berlin, 158

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • Presidential Address, by Mr. James Mansergh, 604, 012, 047, 070
  • The Metropolitan Terminus of the Great Central Railway, by Messrs. G. A. Hobson and Edmund Wragge, 038 Machinery for the Manufacture of Smokeless Powder, by Mr. O. Guttmann, 761
  • The Signalling on the Waterloo and City Railway, by Mr. A. W. Szlumper, 844
  • Note on Signalling Outlying Siding Connections, by Mr. A. W. Szlumper, 844
  • Signalling on the Liverpool Overhead Railway, by Mr. 8. B. Cottrell, 844
  • Civilisation by the Engineer, 430
  • Classification Rules for Ships, 820
  • Clausthal Gas-Driven Electric Plant, 054
  • Clayworking Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 305, 393, 425, 493
  • Cloth Testing Apparatus (Paris Exhibition), 487
  • Clothing, Antiseptics in Food and, 671
  • Cloud Records, 075
  • Clutches for Gas Engines, 272
  • Coal, Australasian, 150
  • Coal Bill, Railway, 247
  • Coal in China, 180
  • Coal Combine, Gas from Sewage, Sludge, and, 576
  • Coal Consumption in Gas Engines, 202
  • Coal Consumption of Turbine Destroyer" Viper,” 307. See LKTTBR
  • Coal Consumption of Water-Tube Boilers, 638. See 89, 123, 183
  • Coal Exports, 217
  • Coal and Iron in China, 189, 330
  • Coal in Jajmn, 641
  • Coal Loading at Harbours, 716
  • Coal Mines and Miners, 73, 141, 215, 200
  • Coal Mining, Belgian, 413
  • Coal Mining, Electric Locomotive in, 291
  • Coaling United States Steamship " Massachusetts ” at 8ea, 797
  • Cockerill, John, Company, 036
  • Colby, Mr. A. L., on American Standard Sped* cations and Methods of Testing, 400
  • Colctte-Boidin Process of Alcoholization, 623
  • Collection of Commercial and Industrial Information, 217
  • Colliery Engineer’s Pocket-Book, by Mr. T. A. O’Donahue, G07
  • Collisions, Railway. Sec Accidents Colonial Exhibits at Paris, 023
  • "Combines,” British, 19, 216 Combing Machinery, Wool (Paris Exhibition), 687, 054
  • Combination, Industrial, and Internationa) Competition, 19
  • Combination in Practice, 215
  • Combustible Gases in the Atmosphere, 673
  • Commerce and Navigation Pavilions at Paris Exhibition, 725
  • Commercial and Industrial Information, Collection of, 217
  • Common, Dr., on Progress in Astronomy, 463
  • Competition, United States, 675, 711, 769, 809
  • Coni|K*tition International and Industrial Combination, 29
  • Competition Between United States and European Shipbuilders, 828
  • Coni|»etition, Foreign and Industrial Policy, 835
  • Compensation, Workmen’s. See Workmen's Compensation and Legal
  • Complete Engineer, 033. See LETTERS, 076, 712
  • Coni|>ound Engines. See Eiujines
  • Compounding Alternators, 300
  • Compounds in Alloys (Mr. F. 11. Neville), 493
  • Compulsory Boiler Inspection, 120, 213
  • Concrete, Expanded Metal in, 331
  • Condensation, Rcvealer for Showing Initial, 527, 547, 081
  • Condensers, Electric, 319
  • Conductors, Insulated, at Paris Exhibition, 109
  • Congress, Chemical. See Chemistry, Congress of Applied
  • Congress, Electrical, at Paris, 309
  • Congress, International Electrical. See Electrical Congress
  • Congress of the Methods of Testing Materials of Construction, Paris International, 165, 193
  • Congress, Trades Union, 337 Conradson Semi-Automatic Turret Lathe, 713
  • Contact Breaker, Reed Electric, 159
  • Contact Makers,Wehnelt. for Spectroscopy, 380
  • Continuous v. Alternate Current for Distribution Systems, 243
  • Contrast Phenomena, 461
  • Conversazione of Mechanical Engineers, 8
  • Convection and Inertia, Electric, 844
  • Converters and Rectifiers, 306
  • Copenhagen Water Supply, 412
  • Copper, 184, 443, 8f«
  • Copper Effect on the Body, 530
  • Copper Ores, Sulphur Determination in Calcining, 235. See Erratum, 278
  • Cop|>er Supplies and Consumption, 184, 443, 808 Copper ana Tin, 808
  • Cornwall Polytechnic Society, Cornwall, 281
  • “ Corpuscles,” Thomson’s, 412 Cosmic Evolution, 464
  • Cost of Electric Plant, by Mr. Philip Dawson, 112
  • Cost of Gas Power. See Engines, (Jas Cost of Power, 331, 351, 390
  • Cost of Street Scavenging by Motor Cars, 353
  • Cost of Shipbuilding and Labour in the United States, 828
  • Cost of Transport, Capacity of Railway Wagons, 658, 680, 710. See LETTERS
  • Costs of Gas-Driven Electric Supply and of Gas Engines, 244
  • Couplings for Gas Engines, 273
  • Courts at Paris Exhibition, 562, 665, 725. See also Pavilions
  • Courts, Decoration of (Paris Exhibition), 639, 562, 665
  • Cowper-Coles Galvanising Plant, 130 Cranes, Coal, 716
  • Cranes at Paris Exhibition, 689
  • Creeping of Liquids and Surface Tension, 461
  • Creil and Weyher-Richmond 1000 Horse-Power Engine and Dynamo, 131
  • Creusot Pavilion (Paris Exhibition), 231, 323, 403
  • Creusot Locomotive at Paris Exhibition, 161, 403
  • Criterion! of Strength, 241, 309. See LETTER Cross-Cut Saw (Robinson, Rochdale), 46
  • Crossley Gas Emrine Trials, 573 Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crystal Palace Electric Supply Boiler Explosion, 542
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals, 492 Cunard Steamer" Ivernia,” 368, 436
  • Currents, Alternate v. Continuous, 243 Current Breaker, Electrolytic, 380
  • Current Breaker, Reed Electric, 159 Curves, Characteristic of Alternators, 227
  • Cutting Machine, Gear- (Paris Exhibition), 498
  • Cycle Joint, Birtwisle Hydraulic, 191
  • Cycle Shows, 707. See 733
  • Cycles, Frictional Resistance, 712. Erratum, 737
  • Cylinder Condensation, Revealer for, 527, 547, 684
  • Cylinder Proportions in Multicylinder Engines, Mr. Ball on, 231
  • Cyclometer, Tuning-Fork, 847
  • Dairy Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 140, 293, 757
  • Dolby, Professor W. Z., on Wigzell’s Double Engine, 311
  • Damages for Non-Delivery of Steel Plates, 48
  • Damages in Patent Actions, 67. See LETTER
  • Dardcau Direct-Call Telephone at Paris Exhibition, 108
  • Dawson, Mr. Philip, on Cost of Electric Power Plants, 112
  • Dawson, Mr. Philip, on Some Existing Gas-Driven Power Plants, 287, 322, 399, 465, 526, 589, 654
  • Dawson, Mr. Philip, on the Use of Gas Engines in Connection with Electric Power Plants, 169, 199, 244, 273
  • Dawson, Mr. William, on Tramway Construction, 361, 480
  • Daylight, Artificial, 461
  • Dayton Works of Cash Register Company, 358 Death Rate and Temperature Curves, 675 Deep-Tunnel Railways in London, 707, 732, 760
  • Delahay Exhibit at Paris, 489 Delaunay-Belleville Engine, 96
  • Delaunay-Belleville Installation at the Paris Exhibition, 50, 96. See LnTKRB
  • Dellwik, Mr. C., on Water Gas, 250 Demagnetising Effect of Armature Current, 227
  • Demerbe Tram Rail, 361, 4S0 Derailment. See Accident
  • Derwenthaugh and Garesfleld Incline Railway, 45,116. See LETTER Des Ingenieurs Taschenbuch, 24
  • Design of Bridjges, 669 Design of Engines, 375
  • Desjacques, 0. F., on Automobiles at Paris Exhibition, 488, 621, 552, 618, 655, 831, 837
  • Destructors, Bradford Refuse, 326, 349, 383 Detartariser and Feed-Water Heater, 345
  • Deterioration of Steel Rails, 65. See Erratum, 101
  • “ Deutschland,” Hamburg-American Steamer, 247, 340, 381, 532, 010, 002, 723, 703, 823. Erratum, 673
  • Development of German Electricity Works, 214
  • Diagram of Sail Area and Displacement of Yacht*, 779
  • Diagrams of Fluctuations of Metal Prices, 20, 102, 310, 440, 570, 740, 779, 842
  • “ Diana," Trial of Boilers of, 89,123,183
  • Dickson, Mr. George Workman, M.I.C.E., The Late, 70
  • Dictionary, Technical, 627
  • Diemaking by Electricity, 278
  • Dieppe Route to Paris, 23, 210. 204
  • Diesel Oil Engine, New Experiments, 307
  • Dietrich Exhibit at Paris, 489
  • Diffusion of Gases and Liquids, 492
  • Direct-Current Arc, 799, 808, 848
  • Disabilities of Trade Unionists, 157
  • Dispersion of Carbon, Anomalous, 715
  • Distributing Heat from a Central Station, 114
  • Distribution by Alternate Current, 319
  • Distribution of Electric Energy by Alternate and Continuous Currents, 243
  • Distilling Process, Colette-Boidin, 523
  • Dixon's Radial and Drilling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 170
  • Dock Schemes in Parliament, 760
  • Dome of Schneider Pavilion, Paris Exhibition, 231. See 323
  • Donaldson’s Engineers' Annual, 1901, 007
  • Donaldson’s Tube-Bending Machine, 249
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, on a Revealer for Cylinder Condensation, 527, 547, 084
  • Double Triple-Expansion Engine, Wigzcll’s, 311
  • Double Turrets in the United States Battleships, 793
  • Doublet, Quartz Calcite Symmetrical, 461
  • Douglass, Sir James N., Life of, 341
  • Dovetailing Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 40
  • Dowson Gas Producer at Leyton, 244. See also Engine*, (Ja*
  • Dredger for Port Arthur (Smulders), 149
  • “ Drift” and “Throw” of a Projectile, 59,157,220, 235, 278, 343, 381. See LKTTKKM
  • Drilling Machine, Dixon’s Radial (Kendall and Cent), 170
  • “ Drop” in Compound Engines, 231
  • Drop-Forging Machines (Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, Limited, Coventry), 028
  • Duddell, Mr. W., on Direct-Current Arc, 799, 808, 848
  • Dujardin and Co.’s Exhibit at Paris, 204
  • Dust Removal by Motor Cars, 353
  • Duties of Trade Societies, 712
  • Dynamical Statistics of Gas Theory, 428
  • Dynamics of Aether, 395 Dynamo Construction (Weyler), 319
  • Dynamo Construction by Professor Sylvanus Thompson, 361
  • Dynamo, 000 Horse-Power (Mather and Platt), 207
  • Dynamo, 700-Kilowatt (Creil), 131
  • Dynamo, 110-Kilowatt (Lifege), 599
  • Dynamo (Rieter), 533
  • Dynamos. See also Alternators, Electric, and Paris Exhibition
  • Dynamometers tor Testing Textiles (Paris Exhibition), 487
  • Earth Currents and Magnetic Disturbances, 814
  • Earthenware Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 305, 393, 425, 493
  • Earthquakes, Indian, 1897, 105, 172, 423
  • Earthquakes, Professor Milne on, 461
  • East Coast Railway Route to Scotland, 674
  • Eaves, Mr. W., 500
  • Eclipse, Solar Research, kc., 404
  • Economy in Bridgework, 165 Education in Chemistry, 491
  • Education, Evening Classes, 635
  • Education in European Countries, 051, 728
  • Education in Japan, 305
  • Education, Japanese^ at Tokyo, 474
  • Education of Machinists, Foremen and Engineers, 230
  • Education in Practical Mathematics, 271
  • Education, Technical, 127
  • Efficiency, Mechanical, of Condensing and Non- Condensing Engines, 709. See LKTTKRS Elberfeld, Parsons’ Turbine for, 830

Electric:

  • Accumulators, 690
  • Alternate Current Measurement, 270, 027
  • Alternating Currents and Voltages in the same Phase for Fictitious I^oads, 027
  • Alternator, 050 Horse-Power, Three - Phase (Rieter), 633
  • Alternator. 350 Horse-Power (Electrique et Hydrauhque), 627
  • Alternator, 760-Kilowatt, Three-Phase (Socttte Electrique et Hydraulique), 626
  • Alternator, 800-Kilowatt, Three-Phase (Fives- Lille), 627
  • Alternator, 1000-Kilowatt (Ferranli), 510
  • Alternator, 1000-Kilowatt, with Steam Tur bine, 830
  • Alternator, 1000-Kilowatt, Three-Phase (Lii*ge), 598
  • Alternator, 3C0J*Kilowatt Triphase and Monophase (Helios), 12
  • Alternator, 3000-Volt (Kolben, Prague), <9
  • Alternator, Three - Phase, 8000 - Kilowatt (A. E. G.), 400, 600 , .
  • Alternator, Triphase, 1300-Kilowatt (Oerlikon), 296
  • Alternators, Compounding, 306
  • Alternators, Design of, by Mr. H. 1*. 1 arshall and Mr. H. M. Hobart. See Alternators Alternators in Parallel, 300 Arc Lamp, Bremer, 341
  • Arc Lamp Registering Apparatus, 2<6. See also Lamp __
  • Arc, Direct-Current, Mr. W. Duddell on, <99,
  • CvC, 0*0 f
  • Bale Electric Supply, Gas Driven, 405 Batterv Regulation, 319 Boat riaulage. 321 Cadmium Cells, 277
  • Cathode Rays, 430 Cell*, Bromine, 305
  • Charges for Electricity, 379 Chaige8, Moving and Magnetic Effect, 429 Che mil try, Electro-, 572,690, U90
  • Chemistry, Electro, at Paris Exhibition, 590, 090
  • Claubthal Gas-Driven Plant, 051
  • Condensers, 319
  • Conductors, Asymmetrical, 277 Conductors, Insulated, at Paris Exhibition, 109
  • Congress. See Electric Congress at Paris
  • Contact Makers, Wehnelt’s Electrolytic, 380
  • Convection and Inertia, 844
  • Converters and Rectifiers, 300
  • Cost of Power Plant, by Mr. Philip Dawson, 112.
  • See also Dawson, Air.
  • Cranes at Paris Exhibition, 089 Current Breaker, Reed Electric, 159
  • Currents, Vector Potential of, in a Field, 400
  • “ Deutschland,” Electric Equipment of, 002, 723, 823
  • Direct-Current Arc, 799, 808, 848 Distribution by Alternate and Continuous Currents, 243
  • Dynamo (600 Horse-Power) (Mather and I'lstt), 207
  • Dynamo, 700 Kilowatt, at Paris Exhibition (Creil Company), 131 Dynamo (Li6ge), 599
  • Dynamos at Paris Exhibition, by Dr. Sylvanus Thompson, 301
  • Dynamo and Vertical Engine (Sulzer), 533 Dynamo, Construction of, 300 Electrolysis, 090
  • Electrolysis and Electro-Chemistry, Report on, 429
  • Electrolysis of Hydrogen, 574
  • Electrolytic Metal Working, 379
  • Electrolytic Methods of Quantitative Analysis, 630
  • Electrolytical Analysis, 305
  • Electroplating, 130, 090
  • Energy in Bulk, 23, 69, 94
  • Engraving, Electric, 278
  • Exhibits at Paris, 400, 489, 557, COO
  • Experiments at the Reichanstalt, 172
  • Furnaces, Electric, 305, 493, 590
  • Galvanising Boiler Tubes (Cowper-Coles), 130
  • Galvanometer, HotWire, 276
  • Gas-Driven Power Plants, 287, 322. 399, 465, 520, 589, 654. See also Dawson, Mr. /*., and Gas Engines
  • Gas Engines at Power Plants (Dawson), 109, 199, 244, 273. See also Daxcson, Air. P.
  • Gas Power in Electric Stations, 790, 813, 845
  • Generation by Wind Power, 541
  • Generator Stations, Design of, by Mr. A. H. Gibbings, 303
  • Generator. See also Alternator and Dynamo German Works, Development of, 214
  • Inertia and Convection, 844 Installation on Steamship “ Deutschland,” 723
  • Ions, Discussions on, 4?8
  • King’s Lynn Gas-Driven Lighting Plant, 589 lamp, Nernst(A. E. G.), 000
  • Lamps, Arc and Incandescence, 378
  • Liquid Air, Electrification in, 475 Locomotive for Coal Mines, 291
  • Locomotive, Electric (A. E. G.), 489
  • Locomotive, Electric, and Multiple-Driven Axles, 805.
  • Steam v. Electric Locomotive* Magnetic Disturliance and Earth Currents, 644
  • Magnetic Field, Radiation in, 400 Magnetic Field by Tramway Currents, 814
  • Magnetic Force on Board Ship, 400
  • Magnetic Precession, 844
  • Mains, Supply, Table of Dimensions, 389. See Conductors
  • Mechanical Analogies of Electric Theories, 270 Mechanisms, Electromagnetic, 319
  • Metals, Passive State of, 000 Meter, Frequency, 276
  • Microphones for Fishermen, 412 Monorail Railway, Behr’s, 300 Motor, Polyphase, 135
  • Omnibus, Electric, 300 Orleans Tramway, Gas-Driven Plant, 626 Oscillations, Electric, 705, 741, 772, 804. See LETTER
  • Oscillograph, 276
  • Osmotic Pressure and Electromotive Force, 027 Phase-Turning Apparatus, 627
  • Physiology, Electro-, 308 Poliak-Vir&g Writing Telegraph, 413. 750
  • Polyphase Generators, Fall of Potential in, 300
  • Power Generation, Cost of, Mr. J. B. C. Kershaw on, 331. 351, 390
  • Power Measuring in Alternate-Current Circuits, 627
  • Power Plant, Paderno-Milan, 319 Power Plant. See also Gas-Driven Power Plant, Gas Power, and Dawson, Mr. P. Power Plant, Three-Phase, at Patent Shaft and Axletree Company’s Works, 663 Power Plants, Cost of, by Mr. P. Dawson, 112 Power Plants, Gas-Driven, 287, 322, 399, 465, 526, 589, 654. See also Engines, Gas and Dawson, Mr. P.
  • Power Station at Paris, 12, 50, 79,131,149, 207, 264, 296, 368, 434, 633, 698, 626. Sec Power Station
  • Power in Sweden, 95
  • Pump, Electrically-Driven Riedler (A. E. G ), 489 ^
  • Railway, Suspended Monorail, at Pans Exhibition,631. Sec also Monorail Rectifiers, 277
  • Rectifiers and Converters, 306
  • Reichanstalt, Researches at, 172
  • Resistance of Ice, 217
  • Resistance Coil, Improved Standard, 429
  • Schemes before Parliament, 732, 7C0
  • Signalling on Railways, 844
  • Signals and Brakes on Behr’s Eleclnc Railway,
  • Some Existing Gas-Driven Power Plants, Mr. Philip Dawson on, 287, 322, 399, 465, 626, 689, 654
  • St. Gollen Power Plant, 822
  • Stairway, Sliding, 009
  • Standard Committee, British Association Re- |>ort, 429
  • Steam Pipes, Shock from, 809, 843. 445, 039 Steam r. Electric l>ooomotives on Railways 742, 748, 771, 776, 783, 805 Sterilisation of Water, 090 Stimulus, Effect of Electrical, 431 Supply, Advantages of Alternate and Continuous Currents, 242. See LETTER, 309 Sunply, Electric. See also Gas-Driven Power Plan* and Dawmn, Mr. P.
  • Supply Plant at Leyton, 244 Supply Station, “Moabit,” Berlin (A. E. O.), 657
  • Supply Station, Rheinfelden (A. E. 0.), 557 Symbols, Electro-Chemical, 305 Taxing Enterprises in Argentina, 189 Telautograph, 005 Telautograph, Foster-Ritchie, 128 Telegraph, Pollak-Virftg, 412, 760 Telegraph, Submarine, Enterprise, 117 Telegraphy, Mountain, 217 Telegraphy, Sine-Wa\e, 412 Telegraphy, Wireless, 412 See Erratum, 436 Telegraphy, Wireless, and Borkum Lightship, 470
  • Telephone, a Curious Experiment, 23 Telephone Conduits, 412 Telephone, Dardeau, at the Paris Exhibition, 108
  • Telephone System, Central Battery, 412 Three-Wire Traction System, City and South London,100 Traction at Glasgow, 23 Traction at Paris Congress, 319 Traction Resistance, 319 Traction, Polyphase Electric, Professor Carus Wilson on, 6, 99, 133
  • Traction on Railways, 742, 748, 771, 776, 781 Tramways, Tokyo, 708
  • Tramway Collecting Devices and Stray Currents, 319
  • Tramway Electric. See also Gat-Driven Power Plant
  • Tramway, Stray Currents and Corrosion, 319 Tramways in the Clyde District, 128 Tramways, Surface Contact, 319 Transmission in Factories Systems and Efficiency of (Aldrich), 148
  • Transmission, High Tension Continuous Current, 300. See Power Station, Electric Tube Railways in London, 707, 732, 700 Undertakings, Liabilities of Electrical, 20 Units. See Electrical Congress at Pane Volt und Ammeter, Lecture Room, 400 Warships, Electricity on, 793
  • Wattmeter Combined w ith Maximum Demand Indicator, 302
  • Waves, Propagation of, on Parallel Wires, 429 See also Oscillation*
  • Wheatstone-Bridge, Adjusting, 715
  • Wheatstone-Bridge, A New, 429
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 412. See Erratum, 436
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 432, 460
  • Wiring, 190
  • Welding, Electric, 379
  • Zurich-Secbach Tramway (Oerlikon), 399
  • Zurich Tramway Plant, 5W7, 399

Electrical Congress, International:

  • 246, 276, 305, 309, 319, 478, 412
  • Introduction, 240. Erratum, 278
  • Magnetic Units, 270 Photometry, 270
  • Mechanical Analogies and Electric Theories, 270
  • Oscillographs, 270 Meter, Frequency, 277
  • Alternate Current Measurement, 277
  • Galvanometer, Hot Wire, 277
  • Arc Lamp Registering Appara'us, 277
  • Asymmetrical and Irreciprocal Conduction, 277
  • Rectifiers, 277
  • Standard Cadmium Cells, 277 Symbols, Electro-Chemh al, 30L
  • Analysis, Electrolytical, 305 Cells, Bromiue, 305
  • Furnaces, Electric, 305 Physiology, Electro*, 306
  • Polyphase Generators, Fall of Potential in, 300
  • Alternators, Compounding, 300
  • Alternators in Parallel, 300 Converters and Rectifiers, 306
  • Power Transmission by Continuous Current 300
  • Battery Regulation by Dynamos, 319
  • Condensers, 319
  • Alternate Current Distribution, 319
  • Power Plant, Paderno-Milan, 319
  • Electromagnetic Mechanisms, 319 Dynamo Construction, 319
  • Traction, Electric, at the Paris Congress, 319
  • Electric Tramways, Surface Contact, 319 Electric Tramway s, Resistance ; Stray Currents ; Collecting Devices, 319
  • Electric Boat Haulage, 321 Lamps, Electric, Arc and Incandescence, 378 Blondel, M., on Electric Lamps, 378 Ayrton, Mrs., on Arc Lamps, 379 Charges for Electric Supply, 379 Electrolytic Metal Working, 379 Welding, Electric, 379
  • Wireless Telegraph, 412. 8ee Erratum, 436
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, Sine-Wave and Writing, 413
  • Microphones for Submarine Signalling, 413
  • Telephone Central Exclutngcs, 413
  • Telephone Conduits, 413 Dynamos, Construction of, 306
  • Traction Resistance, 319

Electrical Engineers, Institution of:

  • Visit of American Engineers, 80 Visit to Paris, 242
  • Relative Advantages of Alternate and Continuous Currents for a General Supply of Electricity, especially with Regard to Interference with other Interests, by Mr. A. Z. de Ferranti, 242. See LETTER, page 309
  • Presidential Address, by Professor Perry, 638, 718, 762, 781
  • The Supersession of the Steam, by the Electrical, Locomotive, by Mr. W. Langdon, 742, 748, 771, 775, 783
  • On Rapid Variations in the Current through the Direct-Current Arc, by Mr. W. Duddell, 799, 808, 848
  • Elektricitiits Actieu - Gesellschaft Schuckert (Special Catalogue), 12. See also Schuckert
  • Elevator, Continuous Moving Stairway (Otis), 699
  • Embossing Machine for Soap (Mr. Robert Savory), 151
  • Endowment of the United States Colleges, 92
  • Energy, Electric, in Bulk, 23, 59, 94
  • Engine. See also Poicer Station Engine, 100 Horse-Power Horizontal (Maison Beer), 737
  • Engine, 600 Horse-Power Vertical (Galloway), 207
  • Engine, 650 Horse-Power Horizontal Tandem and Three-Phase Generator (Sulzer), 533
  • Engine of 1000 Horse - Power (Carel Frfcres, Ghent), 79
  • Engine, 1000 Horse-Power Compound (Bol- linckx), 368
  • Engine, 1000 Horse-Power and Three-phase Dynamo (Escher, Wyss and Oerlikon Company), 296
  • Engine, 1250 Horse-Power, at the Paris Exhibition (Delaunay-Belleville), 50
  • Engine, 3000 Horse-Power Triple-Expansion (Sulzer), 434
  • Engine and Alternator, Compound (Ferranti), 510
  • Engine, Boiler, and Employers’ Liability Insurance Company and Engine Breakdowns, 375
  • Engine Breakdowns, 375
  • Engine, Compound Tandem, 1000 Horse-Power (Van den Kerchove), 434, 598
  • Engine Details, Sketches of (Mr. W. Bentley), 153 Engine and Dynamo (Weyher-Richmond and Creil), 131
  • Engine, Gas, Crossley, Trials, 573 Engine, Gas, Premier, 766
  • Engine, Gas. See Gas, Poicer Engine, Gas, 250 Horse-Power (Premier Gas Engine Company), 466
  • Engine, High-Speed, Enclosed, at Paris Exhibition (Delaunay-Belleville), 50
  • Engine, Mechanical Efficiency, 769. See LBTTKRS
  • Engine, New Experiments with Diesel Oil, 307
  • Engine, Reheating Steam in Multiple-Cylinder, 148
  • Engine. See also Locomotive Engine, 500 Kilowatt Tandem Compound (Du- jardin), 264
  • Engine, 1200 Horse-Power Compound Horizontal (Dujardin), 264
  • Engine, Steam Fire (Merryweather), 279. See LKTTER
  • Engine, Tandem Compound, 1000 • Kilowatt (Dujardin), 264
  • Engine, Test of Pumping, at Godaiming, 197
  • Engine, Triple-Expansion, Delaunay-Belleville, 50
  • Engine, Triple-Expansion (Helios Company), 18 Engine, Vertical, of 2500 Horse-Power (A. Borsig), 180
  • Engine, Vertical, and Dynamo (Sulzer), 533
  • Engine, Vertical, Twin Tandem (Sulzer), 633
  • Engine, Wigzell’s Double Triple-Expansion, 311
  • Engines, Agricultural, at Paris Exhibition, 432. See also Engines, Portable
  • Engines, Auxiliary, of Twin-Screw Steamship “ Deutschland,” 763. See 823
  • Engines, Breakdowns, 375
  • Engines, Cylinder Proportion in Multicylinder, 231
  • Engines, Donkin’s Revealer for Cylinder Condensation in, 527, 547, 684 Engines, Early Marine (Sells), 788

Engines, Gas, in Electric Power Plants:

  • 169, 199, 244, 273. See also Gas-Driven Power Plants, Dawson, Mr. P., and Power-Gas Benier Engine, 200
  • British Gas-Driven Electric Plants, 203
  • Clausthal Gas Power Electric Plant, 653 Clutches of Various Designs, 274 Coal Consumption In Gas-Driven Plants, 203
  • Consumption of Gas in Various Engines, 273 Cost of Gas Engines and Producers, 244
  • Cost of Various Gas-Driven Electric Plants, 244 Crossley Engine, 206, 273 Dessau Gas Central Station, 203
  • Engines for Use with Poor Gas, 199 Explosive Mixtures, 206 Fielding Engine, 205,273 French Gas-Driven Electric Plants, 203
  • Fuel Consumption of Various Gas - Driven Electric Plants, 244 Gardie Engine, 200 Gas, Air Required to Burn, 202
  • Gas, Analyses of Producer, 202 Gas, Analyses of Town, 202 Gas, Caloric Energy of Water, 202 Gas, Consumption of, by Engines, 202, 273 Gas-Driven Electric Plant Data, 203, 273 Gas-Engine Plant at Leyton, Tests of, 244
  • Gas Flame Temperatures, 202 Gas Motorenfabrik Engine, 273 Gas, Poor, Engines for, 199 Gas-Power, and Large Gas Engines in Central Stations, 790, 813, 845 Gas Producer, Benier, 170 Gas Producer, Beure Lencauchez, 171
  • Gas Producer, Dowson, 169 Gas Producer, Kitson, 170 Gas Producer, Loomis, 170 Gas Producer, Mond, 171. See 790, 813, 815 Gas Producer, Pinkney, 171, 275 Gas Producer Process, Longsden, 171 Gas Producer, Taylor, 170
  • Gas Producer, Wilson, 171 Gas, Specific Gravity of, 202 German Gas-Driven Electric Plants, 202 History of the Gas Engine, 169 King s Lynn Gas-Driven Electric Plant, 691 K6rting Engine, 203 Producer Gas, 169
  • Producers, Gas. See Gas Producers Simplex Engine, 199, 275 Tests of Gas Consumption in Various Engines. 273
  • Westinghouse Engine, 200
  • Engines, Gas : Simplex, 199; Gardie, 200; Benier, 200 ; Westinghouse, 200 ; KOrting, 203; Fielding, 205; Crossley, 200 Engines, Ignition Tubes in Gas, 148
  • Engines, and Mond Gas, for Central Stations, 790, 813, 845
  • Engines, Petroleum, 521, 652, 018, 655, S37. See also Automobiles at the Paris Exhibition
  • Engines, Petroleum, Cooling the Cylinders of, 521. See 652, 618
  • Engines for Poor or Producer Gas, 199
  • Engines, Portable, at Paris Exhibition, 140, 293, 432, 447, 767
  • Engines, Pumping, Tests of, 231
  • Engines, Quadruple-Expansion, of the “ Ivernia” (Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company), 368, 436
  • Engines, Quadruple-Expansion, of the Twin- Screw Steamship “ Deutschland,” 823. See 763
  • Engines, Quadruple-Expansion, of the “ Voder- land,” 61
  • Engines, Rolling Mill (Ehrhardt and Sehmer), 206
  • Engines of the Steamship “ Arundel ” (Denny and Co.), 210, 264
  • Engines of the “ Vaderland,” 01 Engineer in China, The, 439 Engineer, Position of Naval, 503 Engineer, Scientific and Practical, 633, 718, 752, 781. See LKTTRRS
  • Engineer, The Complete, 033, 718. See LKTTKRS Engineer, Theory and Practice, 633, 718, 752, 781. See LETTERS Engineers, American, at Berlin, 158 Engineers, Civil. See Civil Engineers
  • Engineers, Education of, by Mr. M. P. Higgins, 230
  • “ Engineers’ Gazette ” Annual, 607 Engineers, Mechanical. See Mechanical Engineers
  • Engineers, Naval. See A"aval Engineers Engineers, Naval, 740, 803
  • Engineers in the Navy, 003 Engineers’ Photography at Paris Exhibition, 03
  • Engineers’ Pocket-Book (Taschenbuch), 24 Engineers, Young. See Young Engineers Engineering Cases in the Law Courts. See Legal Engineering in Korea, 380 Engineering Schemes in Parliament, 707, 708, 732, 760
  • Engineering in Wales, 614, 646
  • Engraving by Electricity, 278 Enterprise, Indian Railway, 214 Entropy, 62
  • Eros at the Opposition of 1900-1901, 464
  • Ertz and Harder’s Exhibit at Paris, 455 “Escalator,” or Continuous Rising Stairway (Otis), 699
  • Escher, Wyss and Co.’s Exhibit at Paris, 290
  • Esplanade des Invalides (Paris Exhibition), 639 Ethiopian Railway Carriages (Chantiers de la Buire), 149
  • Evening Classes in London, 635 Ewing, Professor, and Rosenhain, Mr., on Crystalline Structure, 492 .
  • Excavators for Irrigation Works in Java (Smulders), and for Port Arthur, in Russia, 149 Excursion of American Civil Engineers, 12, 160 Exhaust Head, “ Burt,” 410
  • Exhibition, Brewers’, 641
  • Exhibition of Ironmongery and Hardware, 247
  • Exhibition. See also Paris Exhibition Expanded Metal in Concrete, 331 Expander, Burton’s Plastic Pressure Tubes, 798
  • Experimental Model Ship-testing Basin, United States, 705
  • Experiments with Steam Jets, 128 Explosion of a Paper Kier, Darwen, 616
  • Explosion. See also Boiler Explosions Explosive Mixtures of Gas and Air, 200 Explosive Pressure of Gases, 461
  • Explosives and Law, 442
  • Explosives, Smokeless, 751
  • Exports of Coal, 217
  • Eye Vision Phenomena, 574
  • Facing Machine for Pipe Flanges, 546
  • Factories, Electric Transmission in, 147
  • Fan. See also Blower
  • Fans, Taper Discharges for, GOO. See LETTERS, 639
  • Feed-Water Heater and Detartariser, 345 Female Labour. See Mines and Miners Fermentation Process, Amylo, 523 Fermentation, Chemical Congress, 507 Fetu, Defize, and Co.’s Exhibit at Paris, 4G7 Filter Press, 63
  • Filtration of Water, 11, 40, 95 Fire Engine Design (Shand, Mason, and Co.), 309, 344
  • Fire Engine (Merryweather), 279. See LETTER Fire Prevention Tests, 121
  • Fives-Lille Company, Electric Power Exhibit at Paris, 627
  • Flame, Acetylene, 710
  • Flame Temperature, 202
  • Flange Facing Machine, 546 .
  • Hanged and Forged Iron (Paris Exhibition), 721
  • Fleming, Professor J. A., on Electric Oscillations, 705, 741, 772,804. See LETTERS
  • Flint Calcining Kiln, 16 Flood Precautions on the Mississippi, 573
  • Flow of Marble, 129
  • Flow Round Submerged Surfaces, Pressure due to, Professor Hele-Shaw on, G5, 82
  • Fogs, Speed at Sea in, 769 Food and Clothing, Antiseptics in, 671
  • Footways, High Level, 670
  • Foreign and Colonial Notes, 219
  • Foreign Competition, 675, 711, 769, 809
  • Foreign Competition and Industrial Policy, 835 Foreign Interests in China, 376
  • Foremen, Education of, by Mr. M. P. Higgins, 230
  • Forestry and Sports Pavilion at Paris Exhibition, 726
  • Forge, Blower for Portable, 641
  • Forged and Flanged Iron (Paris Exhibition), 721
  • Forging Machine, Rivet (Platt), 221
  • Forging Machines, Drop- (Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, Limited, Coventry), 628
  • Forman, Mr. J. R.,52 Foster-Ritchie Telautograph, 128
  • Four-Cylinder Express Locomotive for Saxon State Railways, 236
  • Four-Cylinder Locomotive ; Glasgow and South- Western Railway, 178 . .
  • France, Recent Locomotive Practice in, 4, 30
  • French Anorganic Chemistry, 441 French Education, 651, 723 French Indo-China, Railways in, 338 •
  • French Iron Industry, Development of, 379, 388, 419
  • French Labour Legislation, 706 French Navy, 476
  • French Pavilion at Paris Exhibition, /25 French Perfumery Court at Paris Exhibition, 562
  • French Steam Navigation, 29 .
  • French Transatlantic Steamer “ La Lorraine, 825 Frequency Meter, 277
  • Frictional Resistance of Cycles, 712. Erratum, 737 o ,
  • Frontinus, S. J., on Roman Water Supply, 1/6 Fumes from Cement Works, 377 Furnace, Blast, Iron, 476 Furnaces, Electric, 805
  • Furnaces, Electric, at Paris Exhibition, 696
  • Furnace, Petroleum-Heated Assaying, 416 Furnaces, The “ Porion,” 644
  • Galvanising-Electro, Boiler Tubes, 130
  • Galvanometer, Hot-Wire, 277
  • Garestield and Derwenthaugh Incline Railway, 45, 116. See LETTER, 161
  • Gas, Calorific Value of Producer, 169, 840
  • Gas, Consumption of. See Engines, Gas
  • Gas-Driven Electric Plants, Data of, 202
  • Gas-Driven Electric Plants, List of, 202 ^
  • Gas-Driven Electric Power Plants, Some Existing, 287, 322, 399, 465, 526, 589, 654 Gas Driven Electric Supply, Costs of, 244

Gas-Driver Power Plants :

  • By Mr. Philip Dawson, 287, 322, 399, 465, 526, 589, 654. See also Engines, Gas, in Electric Poicer Plants, and Power-Gas and Large Gas Engines for Central Stations Electric Light Station, B&le, 465 Power Plant at Clausthal, 654 Power Plant at King’s Lynn, 589 Power Station, Lausanne, 287 Power Station, St. Gallen,_322 Power Station, Zurich, 287 Power Station, Zurich-Seebach Tramway, 399
  • Tramways at Orleans, 526
  • Gas Engines. See Engines Gas Engines, Data and Dimensions of. See Engines, Gas
  • Gas Engines, Ignition Tubes in, 148 Gas, Heating and Lighting Power of, 630^
  • Gas, Physical Properties of. See also Engines, Gas, and Poicer Gas
  • Gas Power, Cost of, 331,351, 390. See Power-Gas Gas, Producer, and Town; Analyses, Calorific Energy, Specific Gravity, Flame Temperature, &c., 202
  • Gas Producers at Orleans Tramways, 626
  • Gas Producers. See also Engines, Gas Gas Schemes in Parliament, 760 Gas from Sewage Sludge and Coal Combine, 676
  • Gas Theory, Dynamical Statistics of, 428 Gas, Water, Mr. C. Dellwik on, 250 Gas Works, Retort Ascension Pipes, 840 Gases in the Atmosphere, Combustible, 573 Gases, Explosive Pressure of, 461 Gases and Liquids, Diffusion of, 492 Gases, Phosphorescent Glow in, 460 Gases, Specific Heat of, at High Temperatures, 492
  • Gauge, Self-Recording Rain, 330 Gauge, Working to. 124 Gear-Cutting Machine (Paris Exhibition), 498 Generators, Electric. See also Electric Poicer Stations at Paris Exhibition Generators. See also Alternators, Design of Generators. See ELECTRIC, Alternator and Dynamo
  • German Bridge-Building at Paris Exhibition, 186, 109, 289, 322, 654
  • German Council for Industrial Affairs, 217 German Electricity Works, Development of, 214 German Locomotives at Paris Exhibition, 230,298, 736
  • German Locomotives (Schwartzkopff), 116. See Erratum, 191
  • German Merchant Marine, 455, 473 German Research, 172
  • German Shipping, and South African Trade, 473 Geyelin, M. Emile, 82
  • Gibbings, Mr. A. F., on Electric Generating Stations, 363
  • Girder Bridges, Table of German, 186, 199, 289, 322
  • Glasgow and Electric Traction, 23 Glasgow and South-Western Four-Cylinder Locomotive, 178
  • Glasgow Tramways and Mr. Murphy, 128 Glass Revealer for Showing Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 627, 547 Godaiming Water Works, 139,197. See LETTER, 220
  • Goffe, Mr. Edward, on the Construction of “Long Cecil,” 4-In. Gun, 3. Erratum, 34
  • Goldsmith, Mr. N. O., on Water Softening, 148
  • Goodman’s, Professor, Calorimeter, 395
  • Grand Prix (Paris Exhibition), 265, 425, 474, 496, 669
  • G and Trunk Economics, 633
  • Grand Trunk Railway, 29
  • Great Central Terminus, 638
  • Great Northern (Ireland), Locomotive, 14
  • Gregoire’s Signalling Apparatus, 74
  • Grid Valves, 100 Horse-Power Engine (Beer), 737
  • Grimsehl’s Reed Current Breaker, 159
  • Grinding Machine for Plane Cutters (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Grinding Tools. See Loews?* Works Gun, “ Long Cecil,” at Kimberley, 3. See Erratum, 34
  • Gun Turrets in United States Battleships, 793
  • Guns, Creusot, at Paris Exhibition, 323
  • Gunpowder Factory, 127
  • Gutehoffnung Works’ Exhibit at Paris, 289
  • Gutta-Percha, 96, 220
  • Gutta-Percha Exhibits (Paris), 67, 77,109
  • Hagans System of Locomotive, 577
  • Hamburg-American Liner Deutschland (Vulcan Works), SSI, 632, 010, 062, 723, 763, 323. See Erratum, 5Ti
  • Hammer, Boyer Long-Stroke Pneumatic, ,6i
  • Harbour Coal Loading in Ships, 710 Harbour Works, Havre (Pans Exhibition), 320 Harbour Works in Japan, 710 Harkort Company's Exhibit at 1 ans, 200 Harvesting Machine, Automobile, at Pans EXhi- bition, 447 _ . ......
  • Harvesting Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 36<, 457
  • •• Hatsuse," Japanese Cruiser (Elswiek), 776 Hauling Machinery for Incline Railway, 45, 116. SeeLKTTKR . ...... ,
  • Havre Harbour Works (Pans Exhibition), 326 Hayange Works, 403
  • Head, Burt Exhaust, 416 . „ . „ , „
  • Heads of Milling Machines at Pans Exhibition,
  • Heat, Speciac, of Gases at High Temperatures, 492
  • Heater and Detartariser, Feed Water, 346 Heating by Hot Water, 114 Hee-Lun-Zagan Railway, 186 Heisler Geared Locomotive, 84 Hele-Shaw, Professor H. S., on Pressure Due to Flow Round Submerged Surfaces, 66, 82 Hele-Shaw, Professor, on Resistance of Road Vehicles, 327 _ . T
  • Hele-Shaw, Professor H. S., on Rond Locomotives, 35 , , ..
  • llenschel and Sons, Cassel, Locomotive, 5< < Henschel mid Sohns’ Exhibit at Pans, 600 Herschmann, Mr. A., on Automobile Wagons,
  • Higgins, Mr. M. P., on Education of Foremen and Engineers, 230 High Buildings, 9 High-Level Footways, 670 High Speed on Old Rails, S45 High Temperatures from Aluminium, 3S0, 38G, 450
  • “ Highflyer,” Trial of Boilers of, 89,123 History of the Gas Engine, 109 . .
  • History of Hamburg-American Steamship Lino, 662, 723, 7C3. See 823 History cf Miners, 73,141, 215, 260 H.M. Cruiser "Hogue” (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim), 210
  • II.M.S.’s, Built and Building in 1900, 806, 838 Hobart, Mr. II. M., on Design of Alternators, 107, 141, 227, 404, 485, 591, 819. See Alternator* ,
  • “Hogue,” H.M. Cruiser (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim), 210 .
  • Holtmann and Co.’s Exhibit at Pans, 322
  • Holyoke Water Power, 572
  • Hopkins, Admiral, on Naval Reform, 803 Horseless Carriage. See Automobile and Hoad Locomotion
  • Horse-Power, Value of, 148
  • Hospital Railway Car (Goerlitz Rolling Stock Construction Company), 180 Hot Water Heating from a Central Station, by Mr. H. T. Yaryan, 114
  • Humphrey, Mr. II. A., on Gas Plant (Mond) for Central Stations, 790, 813, 845

Hungarian Court, 665

  • Hunt, Mr. R. W., on Iron and Steel Rails 11, 36, 69
  • “Hydra’’and “ Scylla,” Torpedo-Boats, <8
  • Hydraulic Joint, Birtwisle, 191
  • Hydraulic Mining, 486
  • Hydraulic Mining. Part III. Compute with Tables and Appendix, by Captain C. C. Longridge, 486
  • Hydraulic Pressures for Forcing Cranks on Shafts, 264
  • Hydrogen, Liquefaction of, 716
  • Ignition Tubes in Gas Engines, 148 Illinois Central Railroad Locomotive (Rogers Company), 334
  • Illuminating Gas from Sewnge Sludge and Coal- owners’ Combination, 676
  • Implements, Agricultural, at Paris Exhibition, 8,140, 293, 357, 432, 447, 457, 765
  • Incandescence Electric Lamps, 378 Incline Railway at Garesfield, Machinery for, 45, 110. See LKTTKR
  • Indiarubber Exhibits (Paris), 67, 77, 109 Indian Earthquake, 1897, 105, 172, 423
  • Indian Railway Enterprise, 214 Indicators of Train Motion, 1, 39, 75
  • Indo-Netherlands Locomotive (Saxon Engine Works), 736
  • Inductance of Alternators, 141 Industrial Combination and International Competition, 19
  • Industrial and Commercial Information, Collection of, 217
  • Industrial Notes, 27, 03, 07, 131, 103, 192, 221, 240, 270, 314, 340, 386, 410, 447 , 479, 611, 545, 678, GOO, 641, 677, 713, 747 , 779, 811, 813
  • Industrial Policy and Foreign Competition, 836
  • Industrial Situation, 92
  • Industry, Belgian Metallurgical, 277
  • Industry, Development of French Iron, 377, 388, 412
  • Inertia and Electric Convection, 844
  • Information, Collection of Industrial and Commercial, 217
  • Inspection, Compulsory Boiler, 120. 213
  • Insulated Cables at Paris Exhibition, 109. Sec 67 and 77
  • Insurance against Breakdowns, 375
  • Interchangeability. See Standardisation Internal Architecture of Steel, 394 International Competition. See Competition International Courts at Paris Exhibition, 726
  • International Navigation Company’s Steamer “ Vaderland,” 60
  • International Pneumatic Railway Signalling Company’s Exhibit at Paris, 331
  • International Specifications and Methods of Testing, 166, 193, 282
  • Interrupters, Wehnelt, for Spectroscopy, 380 Inventions, Patents for, 709
  • Inventors and Patentees, 220 Ions, 414, 428
  • IOIIB and Corpuscles, 414, 428 Irish Railway Property, 347 Iron, Aluinii ium in Cost, 401 Iron, Bodies in, 442
  • Iron, Cast, Forged and Flanged (Paris Exhibition), 721
  • Iron and Coal in China, 330 Iron Industry in France, Development of, 379, 388, 410
  • Iron Industry, Russian, 539 Iron and Phosphorus, Mr. J. E. Stead, on 379, 512, 679, 643, 082 Iron, Shot, 782 Iron, Standardised Cast, 281 Iron and Steel in Belgium, 277 Iron and Steel, Constitution of, 442 Iron and 8teel, Constructional; the Carnegie Pocket-Book, 190

Iron and Steel Institute:

  • 307, 379, 400
  • On the Manufacture ami Application of Water Gas, by Carl Dellwik, 250 Membership, 307 Paris Meeting, 379 Carnegie's Gift, Mr., 379 President’s Address (Sir William Roberts- Austen), 379, 380, 418
  • The Development of the Iron Industry of France from 1888 to 1898, by M. H. Pinget, 379, 388, 419
  • Iron and Phosphorus, by Mr. J. E. Stead, 379, 512, 679.0i8,682
  • Iron and Steel at the Paris Exhibition, by Professor Hauermnn, 380
  • A New Method of Producing High Temperatures, by Mr. E. F. Lange, 380,450 American Standard Specifications and Methods of Testing Iron and Steel, by Mr. A. L. Colby, 400
  • The Influence of Aluminium on Carbon in Cast Iron, by Messrs. G. Melland and II. W. Waldron, 401
  • Suggestions for the Improvement of Rolling Mills, by Mr. Louis Katona, 402, 516 0:i Iron and Steel from the Point of View of the Phase-Doctrine, by Professor Bakhuis- Rooseboom, 402
  • On the Constitution of Slags, by Baron II. von Juptncr, 402
  • On the Present Position of the Solution Theory of Carburised Iron, by Dr. A. Stans- fleld, 402
  • Taylor-White Tool Steel, 402
  • St. diamond Works, 403
  • Hayange Works, 403
  • Iron and Steel, International Method of Testing, 165, 103, 282
  • Iron and Steel at the Paris Exhibition, 380
  • Iron and Steel, Plmse-Doctrine, 402
  • Iron and Steel Prospects, 303
  • Iron and Steel Rails in America, 11, 33, 69
  • Iron and Steel, Specifications for, 282, 381, 400, 448
  • Iron and Steel, Testing and Specifying, 165, 193,
  • 282, 881, i"", 11B
  • Ironmongery and Hardvvnre Exhibition, 247
  • Iron Works in Russia, 340
  • Irrigation Works, Excavator for, 149
  • Isomorphous Benzine Derivatives, 492
  • Italian Express Locomotive at Paris Exhibition, 004
  • Italian Locomotive (Ansaldo), 345
  • Italian Shipping, 074
  • “Ivernia,” Cunard Steamer, 308, 430
  • Japan, Education, 305
  • Japan Electric* Tramways, 708
  • Japan Harbour Works, 710
  • Japan, Launch of Warship in, 307
  • Japan, Notes from, 62, 715
  • Japan Railways, 672
  • Japan Trade, 22
  • Japanese Battleship " Mikasa ” (Vickers), 036
  • Japanese Coal, 541
  • Japanese Cruiser " Hatsuse ” (Elswick), 770
  • Japanese Naval Review, 60
  • Japanese Railway Locomotive (Pittsburg Company), 798
  • Japanese Shinping Companies, 213
  • Japanese Technical Education, 305, 474
  • Jefferies, Mr. J. R., 342, 370
  • Jenner Institute, 127
  • Joint, Birtwisle Hydraulic, 191
  • Joint, Making Steam by Mnnganesite, 478
  • Jura-Simplon Railway Locomotive, 700, 769
  • Jury Work (Paris Exhibition), 256, 425, 474, 490, 669, 745
  • Kaiser Ferdinand Nordbalm System, Express Locomotive for (Wiener-Neustadt Locomotive Works), 208 Kathode Rays, 430
  • Katona, Mr. L.,on Rolling Mills, 4"2, 510 '* Kearsnrge,” Electric Gun Turrets of United States Steamship, 793
  • “ Kentucky,” Electric Gun Turrets of United States Steamship, 793
  • Kerchove, Van den, Exhibit at Paris, 434, 698 Kershaw, Mr. J. B. C., on Power Generation, Comparative Cost by Steam Engine, Water Turbine, and Gas Engine, 331, 351, 390 lvier, Explosion of a Paper, 610 Kiln for Calcining Flints, 15 Kimberley Gun, “ Ixmg Cecil,” 3. See Erratum, 84
  • King’s Lynn Gas-Driven Power Plant, 689
  • Kites for Meteorological Observations, 462
  • Korea, Engineering in, 3S0
  • Korea, Trade and Commerce of, 604
  • Laboratory, German National, 172
  • Laboratory, Inland Revenue, 120
  • Laboratory, Leather Trades, 127
  • Labour. See Industrial Eotes
  • Labour Legislation, French, 705
  • Labour Legislation for Miners, 71, 141, 215, 260
  • Labour in Mines. See Mines and Miners
  • Labour Parliament, 337
  • Lakes, Shipbuilding on American, 21
  • Lamp, Bremer Arc, 341
  • Lamp, Petroleum Oil, on Buoy, 479
  • Lamps, Electric, Arc and Incandescence, 378 LaogdOD, Mr. W., on Electric Locomotives on Railways, 742, 748, 771, 775, 783
  • Latino, Mr. E. F., on High Temperatures for Aluminium, 380, 380, 450 L&rmor, Professor, on the Aether, 395
  • Lathe, Conradson Semi-Automatic Turret, 713
  • Lathe for Facing Pipe Flanges, 545
  • Lathe, Horizontal (Fetu, Deflze), 407
  • Lathe, Locomotive Carriage Wheel (Fetu, De- fize), 407
  • Lathe, Screw-Cutting (Lodge and Shipley Company), 308
  • Lathe Work, Turret, at Paris Exhibition, 500 Lathes. See Loeu'c's Works
  • Lathes at the Paris Exhibition, 339
  • Lathes (Special) at Paris Exhibition, 022
  • Lathes at the Cycle Shows, 090, 733
  • Launch of Warship, 829. See 210
  • Launch of Warship in Japan, 307
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 30, 70, 102, 130, 160, 194 224, 248, 284, 297, 354, 369, 403, 452, 482, 509, 548, 504, 607, 638, 684 , 737, 769, 810, 840
  • Lausanne Gas-Driven Power Station, 287
  • Laval Steam Turbines^ 149, 217 Law Courts, Engineering Cases in the, 161
  • Law of Underground Water Supply, 017, 079 Lean’s Royal Navy List, 83, 529
  • Leather Trades’ Laboratory, 127 Lee-Enfleld and Mauser Rifles, 639
  • Lefer Valve Gear at Paris Exhibition, 131

Legal:

  • Common Law Liabilities of Electrical Undertakings, 20
  • Damages in Patent Actions, 57 Disabilities of Trade Unionists, 157
  • Engineering Cases in the Law Courts, 101 Legal Position of a Commission Agent, 537 Liabilities, Legal, of Electrical Undertakings, 20 Merchandise Marks Case, 185 Recent Cases Relating to Merchandise Marks, 185
  • Safe Companies in Litigation, 220
  • Taff Vale Railway Case, 377, 700
  • Westwoood v. Bailey, Toms, anil Co., 48
  • Workmen’s Compensation, 21, 25, 102,117,102, 411, 442
  • Legislation Affecting Mines, 73, 141, 215, 200
  • Legislation, French Labour, 70
  • Legislation, Scotch Private Bill, 074
  • Lengthening a Steamer at Wallsend, 308 Lens, (Quartz Doublet, 401 Lens of Sunshine Recorder, 675 Lenses, Astigmatic, 627
  • Les Batteaux Sous-Marin, by F. Forest and H. Noalhat, 170
  • Letters to the Editor, 15, 02, 95, 128, 161, 190, 220, 235, 278, 309, 343, 381, 415, 445, 477, 609, 543, 574, 008, 039, 075, 711, 743, 708, 809, 839
  • Liabilities, Legal, of Electrical Undertakings, 20 Lifcge, Compagnie d’Electricite de, at Paris, 599
  • Life of Sir James Nicholas Douglass, F.R.S., by Thomas Williams, 341 Light, Action on Metallic Silver, 530
  • Light Railways in Parliament, 732, 700
  • Light Railways in Yorkshire, 635
  • Lighthouse Engineer, Sir James N. Douglass, 341
  • Lighting, Electric, Schemes in Parliament, 732, 760
  • Lighting Plant. See Electric and Gas-Driven Plants
  • Lightship, Wireless Telegraphy to, 470
  • Links, Weakest (Engine Design), 375
  • Liquefaction of Hydrogen, 715
  • Liquid Air, Electrification in, 475
  • Liquid Fuel-Burning Steamer, 832
  • Liquids, Creeping of, and Surface Tension, 461
  • Literature, 24, 87, 176, 190, 341, 486, 551
  • Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Return, 92, 475
  • Lloyd’s Returns of Wrecks, 308
  • Lloyd’s Rules for Ships, 829
  • Locomotion, Road, Professor Hele-Shaw on, 35. See also Automobiles
  • Locomotive Boiler Explosion, Great Eastern Railway, 508
  • Locomotive, Compound, for Royal Bavarian Railway, Articulated (Moffei), 298 Locomotive, Consolidation, for Illinois Central Railroad (Rogers Company), 334
  • Locomotive, Creusot, at Paris Exhibition, 161, 403
  • Locomotive, Diagram of Hauling Power, 84
  • Locomotive, Electric (A. E. G.), 489 Locomotive, Electric, in Coalmining, 291
  • Locomotive, Electric v. Steam, on Railways, 742, 74S, 771, 775, 783, 805
  • Locomotive, Express, for Saxon State Railways (Saxon Locomotive Works), 230 Locomotive, Four-Coupled Tank, at Paris Exhibition, 600
  • Locomotive, Four-Cylinder, Glasgow and South- Western Railway, 178
  • Locomotive, Four-Wheel Coupled (Cail), 103 Locomotive, Geared for the McCloud River Railroad, 84
  • Locomotive, Great Northern Railway (Ireland), 14
  • Locomotive, High-Speed, Thuile System, 403 Locomotive, Indo-Netherlands (Saxon Engine Works), 736
  • Locomotive, Italian Express, at Paris Exhibition, 664
  • Locomotive for Japanese Railway (Pittsburg Company), 798
  • Locomotive, Jura-Simplon, 700, 769 Locomotive for the Kaiser Ferdinand Nordbahn System, Express, 208
  • Locomotive, Largest Freight in the World (Pittsburg Company), 160 Locomotive for Mediterranean Railway Company (Ansaldo), 345
  • Locomotive, Mountain, for Austrian State Railways (Wiener-Neustadt Locomotive Works), 208
  • Locomotive, Norwegian (Saxon Engine Works), 736
  • Locomotive, Passenger (Berlin Engine Works, Schwnrtzkopff), 116. Erratum, 191
  • Locomotive, Petroleum (Panhard - Levassor), 12
  • Locomotive, Recent Practice in France, 4, 30
  • Locomotive, Six-Coupled Tank, Southern Railway of France, 370
  • Locomotive with Superheater for Prussian Slate Railways, 435
  • Locomotive, Swiss, North-Eastern Railway, 025
  • Locomotive, Tank, for South of France Railway, 406
  • Locomotive, Ten-Wheel (Hagans System), Hen- schel, Cassel, 5V7
  • Locomotive, Tramway (Swiss Company), at Paris Exhibition, 797
  • Locomotive Valve Gear, Berth’s, 1 Locomotive Works, Stratford, 5 Locomotives, Electrical, and Multiple - Driven AxleSj 805. See Supertemon, Ac.
  • Locomotives, German, at Paris Exhibition, 2.0, 298, 730
  • Locomotives, German (SchwartzkopfT), 110. See Erratum, 191
  • Locomotives, Hack (Maschinenfabrik Esslingen), 191
  • Locomotives for Russian State Railways, 597 Locomotives for State Railways of France, 1 Locomotives, Steam Turbine-Driven, 128 Loewe’s Works, American Engineers at Ludwig, 168. London Showroom, 559 Logging Locomotive for the McCloud River Railroad, 84
  • London Evening Classes, 035 London Street Improvements, 670 London and South-Western Railway Steamer “ Alberta,” 47 London Tube Railways, 707 London Water Works, 0
  • “ Long Cecil,” Kimberley Gun, 3. See Erratum, page 34
  • Long Wagons, 658, 680, 716. See LETTERS Longridge, Captain C. C.,on Calcining Copper Ore, 235. See Erratum, 278 Longridge, Captain C. C., on Hydraulic Mining, 480
  • IiOngridge, Captain C. C., on Miners’ Roads, 41. See LETTERS
  • Longridge, Mr. M., on Breakdowns of Engines, 375
  • Lorain Water Softening Plant, 148 Lubricator, Watts’ Sight-Feed, 177

Machine Tools:

  • Band Saw (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Boyer Long-Stroke Pneumatic Hammer, 707
  • Brockie’s Automatic Chucking Lathe, 697, 737
  • Chain Cutter Mortising Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Cold Iron Sawing Machine (Carter and Wright). 831
  • Dixon’s Radial Drilling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Donaldson’s Tube-Bending Machine (Thorny- croft and Co.), 249
  • Double-Ended Rivet - Forging Machine (S. Platt, Wednesbury), 221
  • Drop-Forging Machines (Brett’s Patent Lifter Company), 0*8
  • Four-Spindle Semi-Automatic Lathe (Burton, Griffiths, and Co.), 697
  • Friction Feed Cross-Cut Saw (Robinson, Rochdale), 471
  • Gear-Cutting Machine (Rice Gear Company), 498
  • Grinding Machine for Plane Cutters (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Horizontal Lathe (Fetu, Defize), 467
  • Horizontal Boring Machine (Fetu, Defize), 467
  • Joiner’s Tenoning Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Lathe, Conradson’s Semi-Automatic Turret, 713
  • Lathes at Paris Exhibition, 339, 022
  • Lathes, &c., at the National Show, 733
  • Lathes at the Stanley Show, 696
  • Locomotive and Railway Carriage Wheel Lathe (Fetu, Defize), 467
  • Loewe and Co., Show Rooms, 559. See also 158
  • Milling Machine Heads at Paris Exhibition, 787
  • Milling and Profiling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Pipe Flange Facing Machine, 545 Planing and Moulding Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Planing and Thicknessing Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 47
  • Robinson Wood-Working Machines at Paris Exhibition, 46, 118
  • Saw Bench (Robinson, Rochdale), 47
  • Screw-Cutting Lathe (Lodge and Shipley Machine Tool Company), 368
  • Screw Machines at the National Show, 733 Slotting Machine, Heavy (Russian Company of lvharkoff), 798
  • Slotting and Planing Machine (Ward and Haggas), 81
  • Stone-Dressing Machine (Brunton and Trier), 629, 745
  • Three-Cylinder Sand-Papering Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Tube Expander, Burton’s Plastic Pressure, 798
  • Turret Lathe Work at the Paris Exhibition, 606
  • Universal Plane Milling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 234
  • Universal Wood-Worker (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Vertical Milling Machine (Fetu, Defize), 467
  • Young’s Diagonal Dovetailing Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 47
  • Machine Tool Showrooms (Ludg. Loewe and Co.), 669. See also 168
  • Machine Tools (Kendall and Gent), 176, 234
  • Machine Tools, Lathes (Paris Exhibition), 339
  • Machine Tools at the Stanley Show, 696
  • Machinery, Agricultural, at Paris Exhibition, 8, 140, 293, 367, 432, 447, 457, 755
  • Machinery Breakdowns, 375
  • Machinery for the Garesfield and Derwenthaugh Incline (Sheffield and Twinberrow), 45, 161. See LETTER
  • Machinery for Making Smokeless Powder, 751
  • Machinery Standards, 96
  • Machines for Wood-Working (Robinson, Rochdale), 40, 118. See Machine Tools
  • Maclean, Sir Andrew, 667 Maffei and Co.'s Exhibit at Paris, 298
  • Magnetic Disturbance and Earth Currents, 844
  • Magnetic Effects from Moving Charge, 429
  • Magnetic Field for Electric Tramways, 844
  • Magnetic Field, Radiation in, 400 Magnetic Leakage in Alternators, 227
  • Magnetic Precession, 844 Magnetic Units, 270
  • Mains, Electric, Supply, Model Specification, 389 Malay KriB, 493
  • Manchester and Liverpool, Monorail Behr Railway, 360
  • Manchester Sewage Disposal at Carrington Moss, 159
  • Manchurian Railway, 180 Manganese, The Production of, 034 Mannheim Shipbuilding and Engineering Company’s Exhibit at Pans, 455 M&nsergh, Mr., on Civil Engineerirffc, 004 , 612, 647, 079
  • Manson, Mr. James, Four-Cylinder Locomotive, 178
  • Manufactures in Russia, Progress of, 588, 661
  • Marble, Flow of, 129
  • Marine, German Merchant, 455
  • Marine, Russian Mercantile, 440
  • Marine Work, Standardisation, 704
  • Marks, Recent Cases Relating to Merchandise, 185
  • Mathematics and the Engineer, 633, 718, 752, 781. See LETTERS Mathematics, Practical, 271
  • Mauser and Lee-Enfield Rifles, 639
  • Maximum Demand Meter, 362
  • McCloud River Railroad Locomotive, 84
  • McCormick Exhibit at Paris, 447
  • M‘Taggart, Mr. John, on Disposal of House Refuse at Bradford, 326, 383
  • Measurement of Alternate Current, 277
  • Measuring Power in Alternating-Current Circuits. »-7
  • Mechanical Analogies and Electric Theories, 276

Mechanical Engineers, American Society ol :

  • 113, 147, 230
  • Visit to Cincinnati, 113, 229 Hot Water Heating from a Central Station, by Mr. H. T. Yaryau, 114
  • Systems and Efficiency of Electric Transmission in Factories and Mills, by Professor W. S. Aldrich, 147
  • On the Value of a Horse-Power, by Mr. G. I. Rock wood, 148
  • The Design of Speed Cones, by Mr. J. J. Guest, 148
  • Reheaters in Multiple-Cylinder Engines, by Professor R. H. Thurston, 148 The Gas Engine Hot Tube as an Ignition Timing Device, by Professor W. H. Magruder, 148
  • Water Softening Plant at the Lorain Company’s Blast-Furnaces, by Mr. N. O. Goldsmith, 148 Visit to Berlin, 168
  • The Education of Machinists, Foremen, and Mechanical Engineers, by Mr. M. P. Higgins, 230
  • Automobile Wagon for Heavy Duty, by Mr. A. Herschmann, 230
  • Pumping Engine Tests with Superheated Steam, 231
  • Cylinder Proportions for Compound and Triple- Expansion Engines, by Mr. B. C. Ball, 231 National Cash Register Company, Dayion, Ohio, 358

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of:

  • 3
  • Notes on the Construction of “ Long Cecil,” 4-In. Rifle Breech.oading Gun, Used in Kimberley During the 8 ege, 18w9 1900, by Mr. Edward Goffe, 3. See hrratvm, 34
  • Recent Locomotive Practice in France, by Mr. Edward Sauvage Assistant Engineer-in-Chief, Western Railway of France, 4, 3o
  • Road Locomotion, by Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw, 35
  • Polyphase Electric Traction, by Professor C. A. Carus-Wilson, 5, 99, 133
  • Visits and Excursions, 5 Stratford Locomotive Works, 5 Thorny croft’s Works, 5 The Nore, 6 Staines Reservoirs, 6 Willans and Robinson’s Works, 7 The Conversazione, 8
  • Proposed Dictionary of English, German, and French Technical Terms, 527
  • Observations on an Improved Glass Revealer for Studying Condensation in Steam Engine Cylinders and Rendering the Effects Visible, 527, 547, 684
  • Capacity of Railway Wagons as Affecting Cost of Transport, by Mr. J. D. Twinberrow, 658, 6S0, 716
  • Office Bearers, 790
  • Power-Gas and Large Gas Engines for Central Stations, by Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 790, 813, 845
  • “Mechanical World” Pocket Diary and Year- Book for 1901, 607
  • Medals, Gold, at Paris Exhibition, 255, 425, 474, 496, 659
  • Mediterranean Railway Company’s Exhibit at Paris, 345
  • Melland and Waldron, Messrs , on Aluminium in Cast Iron, 401
  • Melting by Aluminium-Thermit, 380, 386, 450
  • Men of Note, 509
  • Merchandise Marks, Recent Cases Relating to, 185
  • Mercerised Yam, 531 Mercury, 126
  • Message ries Maritimes, 29 Messageries Maritimes (Paris Exhibition), 617
  • Metal Exhibits at Paris, 721 Metal Price Diagrams, 26, 162, 310, 446, 576, 746, 779
  • Metals, Bearing for Axle-Boxes, 93
  • Metals, Copper, 184
  • Metals, Crystalline Structure of, 492
  • Metals, Manganese, 634
  • Metals, Melting by Aluminium, 380, 3S5, 450
  • Metals, Nickel, 472
  • Metals, Passive State of, 606
  • Metals, Platinum, S36
  • Metals, Statistics of, 126
  • Metals, Tin, 56, 505
  • Metals, Tin and Copper, SOS
  • Metals, Tinplates, 156
  • Metallography of Steel (Arnold', 391, 442, 493
  • Metallurgical Industry, Belgian, 277
  • Metallurgy, Mines, Explosives, 441
  • Meteor Swarms and Optical Bays, 428
  • Meteorological Phenomena, 462, 463
  • Meteorological Photography, 462

Meteorological Society, Royal:

  • International Committee Report on Clouds, 675
  • Campbell-Stokes Sunshine Recorder, 675
  • Weekly Death-Rate and Temperature Curves, 1890-99, by Mr. W. II. Dines, 675
  • Seasonable Rainfall of the British Isles, by Mr. H. Mellish, 675
  • Meteors, 464
  • Meter, Frequence, 277
  • Meter, Watt, and Demand Indicator, 362
  • Methylated Spirit, 507
  • Metropolitan. See also London Metropolitan Street Improvements, 670
  • Metzger’s Signalling Apparatus, 39 Micrographic Structure of Metals, 493. See also Iron and Phosphorus and Architecture of Steel
  • Micrometer for Star Positions, 464
  • Microphones for Submarine Signalling, 413 Microphotographs of Alloys, 394, 442, 493
  • Microscopic Metallography, 442 Microscopic Structure of Steel, 394, 442, 493
  • Midi Railway Company, Rolling Stock, 755 Midland Railway and Electric Locomotives, 742, 748, 771, 775, 783
  • Midland Sleeping Cars, 594. See Erratum, 631 “ Mikasa,” Japanese Battleship (Vickers), 636 Military Wagons, Allen’s, 766 Milk, Sterilisation of, 507
  • Mill Engines, Rolling (Ehrhardt and Sehmer), 206
  • Milling Machine Heads (Paris Exhibition), 787
  • Milling Machine, Plane (Kendall and Gent), 234
  • Milling Machine, Vertical (Fetu, Defize), 467
  • Milling and Profiling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Milling Tools. See Loewe and Co.’s Works Mills, Rolling, Mr. L. Katona on, 402, 516 Miners’ Roads, 41. See LETTER, 220 “Minerva,” Fuel Consumption of, 89, 123
  • Mines and Miners, 73, 141, 215, 260 Mining, Electric Locomotives in, 291
  • Mining, Hydraulic, 486 Mining Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 206
  • Mining in Wales, 614, 646 Miscellanea, 14 , 53, 83, 121, 153, 190, 211, 239, 269, 301, 344, 373, 407, 444, 469, 501, 535, 567, 601, 631, 667, 703, 746, 778, 801, 841
  • Mississippi, Flood Precautions on, 573 Model, Ship, Experimental Tank, 765 Molecular Constitution of Water, 769, 808 Molecular Energy, Partition of, 428 Molecules and Atoms, Sizes of, 414, 428 Monazite Sands, Treatment of, 441 Mond Gas Plant for Central Stations, 790, 813, 845
  • Monophase and Triphase Generators (Helios Company), 12. See Electric Monorail Railway, Manchester to Liverpool, 360 Monorail Suspended Railway (Schuckert), 531 Moorland Water, Acidity of, 530 Morison, Mr. D. B., on Position of Naval Engineers, 503
  • Mors Exhibit at Paris, 489
  • Mortising, Chain Cutter Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Motor Cars (Paris Exhibition). See Automobiles Motor Vehicles. See Road Locomotion Motors, Electric, at the Patent Shaft and Axle- tree Company’s Works, 663 Motors, Petroleum, 521, 552, 618, 655. See also Automobiles at the Paris Exhibition Motor, Polyphase Electric, 135. See Wilson, Professor Cams, on
  • Motors for Street Watering and Dust Removal, 353
  • Mountain Telegraphy, 217 Mountings for Guns, 793. See also Schneider Mowing Machine, Automobile, at Paris Exhibition, 447
  • Multiple Sight-Feed Lubricator, 177
  • Municipal Trading on the Clyde, 128
  • Naphtha Industry, Russian, 217
  • Naphtha on Russian Railways, 277
  • Napier’s Windlass and Capstan Gear, Twin-Screw Steamship “ Deutschland,” 610
  • National Cash Register Company’s Works, 358
  • National Courts, Some (Paris Exhibition), 539, 562, 665
  • National Cycle Show, 707. See 733
  • National Effort at Decoration (Paris Exhibition), 533, 562, 665
  • National Show, Tools, 733. See 707

Naval Architects and Engineers, American Society of:

  • Presidential Address, by Mr. Clement A. Griscom, 763
  • Capacity Tests of a Unique Form of Air Pump, by Mr. F. M. Wheeler, 763 Intei changeability of Units for Marine Work, by Mr. W. D. Forbes, 764 Russian Cruiser " Variag,” by Mr. C. Cramp, 765
  • The United States Experimental Model Basin, by .Mr. D. W. Taylor, 765 The Composition and Classification of Paints and Varnishes, by Professor A. H. Sabin, 793
  • Tests of the Electric Plants of the Battleships “ Kentucky” and “ Kearsarge,” by Naval Constructor J. J. Woodward, 793
  • The Coaling of the United States Steamship “ Massachusetts” at Sea, by Spencer Miller, 797
  • Notes on Recent Improvement in Foreign Shipbuilding Plants, by Mr. N. G. Gilmore, 528
  • Can the American Shipbuilder under Present Conditions Compete with the British and German Shipbuilders? by Mr. George W. Dickie, S2S
  • Classification Rules, by Mr. Newdon Lucas, 829 529
  • Recent Designs of Battleships and Cruisers for United States Navy, by Philip Hichborn, The Launch of a Cruiser and a Battleship, by Mr. James Dickie, 829
  • The Safety of Torpedo-Boats at Sea, by Mr. Lloyd-Brankson, 830

Naval Architects, Institution of:

  • The Distribution of Pressure Due to Flow-Round Submerged Surfaces with Special Reference to Balanced Rudders, by Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw, LL.D., 65, 82
  • Naval Engineers, 15,128, 101, 415, 603, 608, 711, 740, 743, 744, 768, 803 Naval Engineers, Position of, 503 Naval Ideas and Reform, 803
  • Naval Position, 603
  • Naval Review, Japanese, 60 Naval Statistics, 471
  • Navigation and Commerce Pavilions at Paris Exhibition, 725
  • Navigation, Steam, French, 29 Navigation of Torpedo-Boats, 830 Navvy, Steam (Smulders). 149 Navy and Army Pavilion at Paris Exhibition, 725 Navy Boilers, Report and Debate on, 89,123, 128, 183, 445
  • Navy Boiler Committee, 1S3 Navy, French, 476 Navy. See also Warships Navy, Water-Tube Boilers in, 89, 123, 128, 183, 415. See also Naval Engineers Nernst Electric Lamp, 660 Nesselsdorfer Automobiles (Paris Exhibition), 766, 831
  • New Zealand Railways, 159 Newhaven and Dieppe Route to Paris, 23, 2L0, 264
  • Nicholson, Mr. J. T., and Professor F. D. Adams, on the Flow’ of Marble, 129 Nickel, 472
  • Night Soil Disposal at Manchester, 159 Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 243 Noabes, Mr. D. W., on Wreck Raising, 222 Norddeutscher-Lloyd Exhibit at Paris, 455, 831 Nore, Excursion Round, 5 Northwich River Swing-Bridges, 757 Norvals Pont Bridge, Reconstruction of, 296 Norway, Water Power in, 277 Norwegian Locomotive (Saxon Engine Works), 736
  • Notes from Cleveland, 16, 53, 87, 120, 152, 180 219, 238, 268, 300, 335, 372, 406, 437, 468, 500, 534, 566, 601, 630, 666, 702, 745, 778, 810, 833 Notes, Foreign and Colonial, 219 Notes from Japan, 62
  • Notes from the North, 16, 52, 86, 120, 152, 180, 218, 237, 268, 300, 334 , 372, 406, 436, 468, 500, 534, 566, 600, 630, 666, 702, 744, 777, 809, 832 Notes from South Yorkshire, 16, 52, 87, 120, 152 181, 218, 238, 268, 300, 335, 372, 406, 437, 468, 500, 534, 666, 600, 666, 702, 745, 777, 810, 833
  • Notes from the South-West, 17, 53, 87, 120, 153, 181, 219, 238, 264, 301, 335, 372, 406, 437, 46!), 501, 534, 536, 601, 630, 666, 703, 745, 778, 810. 833
  • Notes from the United States, 13, 52, 83, 117, 162, 180, 218, 237, 278, 309, 342, 371, 406, 444, 468, 508, 532, 573, 607, 630, 665, 701, 743, 808, 832
  • Notes on Wreck Raising, by Mr. D. W. Noakes, 222

Obituary :

  • Ocean Deposits, Effect of Pressure on, 530
  • Oerlikon Company’s Exhibit at Paris, 296
  • Oerlikon Company’s Traction Plant at Zurich. 399
  • Official Year-Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 87
  • Oil Engines. See Engines and Automobiles Oil. See also Petroleum
  • Oils, Storage of Inflammable, 62
  • Olander, Mr. Edmund, M. Inst. C.E., 567
  • Oldham, Mr. R. D., on Indian Earthquake, 105. 172, 423
  • Omnibus, Electric, 360
  • Orange River Colony, Patents and Trade Marks, 445
  • Orde-Browne, Captain Charles, 310 Orde’s System of Liquid Fuel-Burning, 832 Ordnance, Creusot, at Paris Exhibition, 323
  • Ordnance. See Guns, also Schneider
  • Ores, Calcining Copper, 235. See, Erratum, 278
  • Orleans Electric Tramways, 526
  • Oscillations, Electric, 705, 741, 772, 804. See LETTERS
  • Oscillographs, 276
  • Osmotic Pressures, Electromotive Force and, 627
  • Ozonisere, 190
  • Paddle Engines. See Engines Paderno-Milan Power Plant, 319
  • Paints, Composition and Classification of, 793 Paisley Tramways and Mr. Murphv, 128
  • Panhard-Levassor Exhibit at Paris, 489
  • Paris Chemical Congress. See Chemistry Congress
  • Paris, Dieppe Route to, 23, 210, 264
  • Paris Electrical Congress. See Electrical Congress

Paris Exhibition :

  • Acceleration Indicators, Railway, 1, 74
  • Accumulators, 596
  • Agricultural Machinery, S, 140, 293, 357, 432, 447, 457, 755
  • Agricultural Testing Station, 8 Agriculture, 8, 140, 357
  • Alcohol, Russian Monopoly, 619
  • Alcoholisation Process, Colette-Boidin, 523
  • Allgemeine Elektricitats-Clesellschaft, Exhibit at Paris, 460, 489, 557, 660
  • Alternator, 350 Horse-Power (Electricity et Hydraulique), 626
  • Alternator, 1000 Horse-Power (Electricity et Hydraulique), 626
  • Alternator, 1000-Kilowatt Three-Phase (Lii>ge), 60S
  • Alternator, 1300-Kilowatt Three-Phase (Oerlikon), 296
  • Alternator, 3000-Kilowatt (Helios), 18
  • Alternator, 3000 - Kilowatt Three - Phase (A. E. G.), 460
  • Alternator, Electric, 1000 Horse-Power(lvolben and Co., Prague), 79
  • Alternator, Three-Phase and 650 Horse-Power Engine (Rieter), 533
  • Alternator, Three-Phase and Compound Engine (Fives-Lille), 627
  • Alternators. See also Generator and Electric Aluminium, 691
  • Amylo Processof Alcoholisation, 523 Army and Navy Pavilion, 725
  • Augsberg and' Nuremberg Engine Works Exhibit, 322
  • Austrian State Railway Mountain Locomotive (Wiener-Neustadt Locomotive Works), 20S
  • Automobile Mowing Machine, 447
  • Automobiles, 4S8, 521, 552, 618, 655, 831, 837. See Cars, Motor
  • Automobiles, Nesselsdorfer, 766, 831 1 Awards, 255, 425, 474, 496, 559, 745
  • Bavarian Railway Locomotive (Maffei), 298
  • Belleville Installation, 50. See LETTKRS
  • Berlin Electric Station, “ Moabit,” 557 Berlin Engine Works Locomotives (Schwartz- kopff), 116, 191
  • Bi6trix et Cie., Electric Power Exhibit, 598 Block-Signalling Apparatus, Sarroste and 1 Loppy’s, 39
  • Blohm and Voss Exhibit, 455
  • Boilers (Galloway), 207
  • JBollinckx and Co.’s Exhibit, 36S
  • Boring Machine, Horizontal (Fetu and Ddflze), 467
  • Borns, H., on Electro-Chemist^’, 696, 600
  • Borsig’s, A., Exhibit, ISO, 435
  • Brick Machinery, 365, 393, 425, 493 j
  • Bridge-Building, German, 186,199, 289,322,554
  • Britain at the Paris Exhibition, 211
  • British Awards, 255, 425, 474, 496, 559 |
  • British Textile Display, 562, 665
  • Bucket Excavator for Port Arthur, 149
  • Building Materials, 724, 788
  • Cables Insulated, 109. See also India rubber
  • Car, Brill Tram, 267. See LETTER, 415
  • Car, Sleeping, Prussian Railway, 497 .Carel Fr6resY Exhibit, 79
  • Cars, Motor, 488, 521, 552, 618, 655, 837 I Cars, Motor, Engines for. See Automobiles, , ! 521, 552, 831, 837
  • Carding Machinery, Wool, 687, 654 Carriage, Hospital Railway (Goerlitz Rolling Stock Construction Company), 180
  • Carriage, Metre-Gauge Railway, Southern Railway Company, 262
  • Carriage Railway (Breslau Carriage Construction Company), 79
  • Carriages for the Ethiopian Railway, 149
  • Carriages, French Railway Vestibule, 755
  • Carriages for State Railways of France, 1 Cast, Forged and Flanged Iron, 721
  • Cement Making, 724, 788 Central Station, “ Moabit,” Berlin, Electric, 557
  • Central Station, Rheinfelden, 551
  • Ceramic Machinery, 365, 393, 425, 493 Chemical Exhibits, 619
  • Clay-Working Machinery, 365, 393, 425, 493
  • Cloth Testing Apparatus, 487 Colette-Boidin Process of Alcoholisation, 623
  • Colonial Exhibits, 623
  • Combing Machinery, Wool, 587, 654 Commerce and Navigation Pavilions, 725
  • Compagnie d’Electrieitd de Lidge, 599 Conductors, Insulated, 109 Congress, International Electric, 246. See Electric
  • Congress
  • Congress, International, of Applied Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Conradson Semi-Automatic Turret Lathe, 713 Courts, Decoration of, 539, 662, 665 Cranes, 689
  • Creil and Weyher-Richmond, 1000 Horse- Power Engine and Dynamo, 131 Creusot Locomotive, 161, 403 Creusot Pavilion, 231, 323, 403 Cross-Cut Saw (Robinson, Rochdale), 46 Cutting Machine, Gear-, 498 Dairy Machinery, 140, 293, 757 Dardeau Direct-Call Telephone, 108 Delahay Exhibit, 489
  • Delaunay - Belleville Installation, 50. See LETTERS
  • Desjacques, O. F., on Automobiles, 488, 521, 552, 618, 655, 837 Dietrich Exhibit, 489 Distilling Process, Colette-Boidin, 523 Dixon’s Radial Drilling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Dome of Schneider Pavilion, 231. See 323, 403 Dovetailing Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 46 Dredger for Port Arthur (Smuldere), 149 Drilling Machine, Dixon’s Radial (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Dujardin and Co.’s Exhibit, 264
  • Dynamo, 600 Horse-Power (Mather and Platt),
  • Dynamo, 1000 Horse-Power 'Compagnie Cdn( rale d’Electricitd de Creil, 131 Dynamos. See also Electric Dynamometers for Testing Textiles, 487
  • Earthenware Machinery, 365, 393, 425, 49.' See Clay working
  • Education in European Countries, 651, 728
  • Ehrhardt and Sehmer’s Exhibit, 206
  • Electric. Sec Electric and Power Station Electricity et Hydrnuli«iue Exhibit, 626
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of. 242
  • Electrical Exhibits, 460, 489, 557, 660
  • Electrically-Driven Pump (A. E. 0.), 439
  • Electro-Chemistry, 696, 690
  • Electrolysis, 690
  • Electroplating, 690
  • Elevator, Continuous Moving Stairway (Oti Company), 699
  • Engine, 650 Horse-Power Horizontal Tanden and Three-Phase Generator (Sulzer), 533
  • Engine, 100 Horse-Power Horizontal (Maisot Beer), 737
  • Engine, 600 Horse-Power Vertical (Galloway) 207
  • Engine of 1000 Horse-Power (Carel Fibres Ghent), 79
  • Engine, 1000 Horse-Power Compound (Bol linckx), 36S
  • Engine, 1000 Horse-Power, and Triphase Dy namo (Escher, Wyss, and Oerlikon Company), 296
  • Engine, 1250 Horse-Power, 50 Engine, 3000 Horse-Power, Triple-Expansion (Sulzer), 434
  • Engine, Compound Tandem, 1000 Horse- Power (Van aen Kerchove), 434, 598
  • Engine and Dynamo, Weyher-Richmond and Creil, 131
  • Engine, Four-Cylinder, Triple Expansion, 1000-Kilowatt Dujnrdin, 264
  • Engine, 1200 Horse-Power Compound Horizontal (Dujardin), 264 Engine, High-Speed, Enclosed, 50
  • Engine, 600-Kilowatt Tandem Compound (Dujardin), 264
  • Engine, Steam Fire (Merryweather), 279. See LKTTKR
  • Engine, Tandem Compound 1000-Kilowatt (Dujardin), 264
  • Engine, Triple • Expansion, Delaunav-Belleville, 50
  • Engine, Triple Expansion, 1000 Kilowatt (Du- i jardin), 264
  • Engine, Triple Expansion (Helios Company), 18
  • Engine, Vertical, of 2600 Horse-Power (A. Borsig), 180
  • Engine, Vertical, and Dynamo (Sulzer), 5S3
  • Engine, Vertical Twin Tandem (Sulzer), 533
  • Engine. See also Locomotive Engines, Agricultural, 432. See also Engines, Portable
  • Engines, Petrol, 621, 552, 618, 655, 837. See , also Automobiles
  • Engines, Petrol, Cooling the Cylinders of, 521. See 552, 618
  • Engines, Portable, 140, 293, 432, 447, 757
  • Engines, Rolling Mill (Ehrhardt and Seluner), 206
  • Engineers’ Photography, 93 Ertz and Harder’s Exhibit, 456
  • “ Escalator,” or Continuous Elevator (Otis), 699
  • Escher, Wyss, and Co.’s Exhibit, 296 Esplanade des Invalidts, f34 Ethiopian Railway Carriages (Chant iers de la Buire), 149
  • Excavator for Irrigation Works in Java (Smul- ders), 149
  • Excavators (Smulders), 149 Fermentation Process, Amylo, 523 Fetu, Detize, and Co.’s Exhibit, 467 Fire Engine (Merryweather), 279. See LKTTKR Fives-Lille Company Electric Power Exhibit, 627
  • Flanged and Forged Iron, 721
  • Forestry and Sports Pavilion, 725
  • Forged and Flanged Iron, 721 Four Cylinder Express Locomotive for Saxon State Railway, 236
  • French Education, 651, 728
  • French Pavilion, 726 French Perfumery Court, 662
  • Furnaces, Electric, 696
  • Galloway’s Exhibit, 207 Gear-Cutting Machine, 498 Generator, 1300-Kilowatt, Triphase (Oerlikon), 296
  • Generator, 3000 - Kilowatt Three - Phase (A. E. G.), 460. See 660 Generator, Monophase and Triphase (Helios Company), 12
  • Generators, Electric. See also Alternator, Dynamo, and Electric
  • German Bridge Building, 186, 199, 289, 322, 654
  • German Bridge-Building Exhibits, 664 German Locomotives, 236, 298, 736 German Locomotives (Schwartzkopff), 116.
  • See Erratum, 191 German Merchant Marine, 456 Girder Bridges, Table of German, 186, 199, 250, 322
  • Grand Prix, 265, 425, 474, 496, 559 Qregoirc’s Signalling Apparatus, 74 Grid Valves, 100 Horse-Power Engine (Beer), 737
  • Grinding Machine for Plane-Cutters (Robinson, Rochdale), 118 Guns, Creusot, 323 Gutehoffnung Works, Exhibit, 289 Gutta-Percha, 67, 77, 109. See LKTTKRS Hagans System of Locomotive, 577 Harbour Works, Havre, 326 Harkort Company’s Exhibit, 289 Harvesting Machine, Automobile, 447 Harvesting Machinery, 357, 457 Havre Harbour Works, 326 Heads of Milling Machines, 787 Helios Exhibit, 12 Hcnschel and Sons’ Exhibit 600 Henschel and Sons, Cassel, Locomotive, 677
  • Holtzmann and Co.’s Kxhibit, 322
  • Hospital Railway Car (Goerlitz Rolling Stock Construction Company), 180 Hungarian Court, 005
  • Implements, Agricultural, 8, 140, 203, 357, 432, 447, 457, 755
  • Indiaruhber, 57, 77, 109 Indicators of Train Motion, 1, 39, 76
  • Indo-Netherlands Locomotive (Saxon Engine Works), 730 Insulated Cables, 1C9 International Courts, 725
  • International Pneumatic Railway Signalling Company, Exhibit, 331
  • Iron, Cast, Forged and Flanged, 721 Iron and Steel at the Exhibition, 38<»
  • Irrigation Works, Excavator for, 149 Italian Express Locomotive, 004 Italian Locomotive (Ansaldo), 345 Jura-Simplon Railway Locomotive, 700, 709 Jury Work, 255, 425, 474, 490, 659, 745 Kaiser Ferdinand Nordbahn System, Express Locomotive for (Wiener-Neustadt Locomotive Works), 208
  • Kerchove, Van den, Exhibit, 434, 593
  • Kolben’s Exhibit, 79 loathe, Conrodson Semi-Automatic Turret, 713 I*athe, Horizontal (Fetu, I>eflze), 407
  • Lathe, Locomotive and Carriage Wheel (Fetu Deflze), 407
  • L'dhework, Turret, 603 loathes, 339 Lathes, Special, 022
  • Laval Steam Turbines, 149, 217
  • Lefer Valve Gear, 131
  • Locomotive, Compound, for Royal Bavunan Railway, Articulated (Maffei), 298
  • Locomotive, Creusot, 101, 403 Ixjcomotive, Electric (A. E. G.), 489
  • Locomotive Express for Saxon State Railways (Saxon Locomotive Works), 230
  • Locomotive, Four-Coupled Tank, 500_
  • Locomotive, Four-Wheel Coupled (Call), 163
  • Locomotive, German, 230, 208, 730
  • Locomotive, High Speed, Thuile System, 403
  • Locomotive, Indo-Netherlands (Saxon Engmo Works), 730
  • Locomotive, Italian Express, 004 Locomotive, Jura-Simplon, 7t 0, <69
  • Locomotive for the Kaiser Ferdinand Nordbahn System. Express, 208
  • Locomotive for Mediterranean Railway Company (Ansaldo), 345 . , 0. .
  • locomotive, Mountain, for Austrian State Railways (Wiener - Neustodt Locomotive Works), 208
  • Laoomotite, Norwegian (Saxon Engine Works), 730
  • Locomotive, Passenger (Berlin Engine Works, Von Swartsskopff), 110. See fin-alum, 191
  • Locomotive, Petroleum (Penhari-Levaraor), 12
  • Locomotive, Rack (Mascliinenfabrik Esslingen),
  • Locomotive, Six-Coupled Tank, Southern Railway of France, 370
  • Locomotives with Superheater, tor Prussian State Railways, 435
  • Locomotive, Swiss North-Eastern Railway, 025
  • Locomotive, Tank, for South of France Kail-
  • Locomotive, 10-Wheel (Hagans System), lien- sell el, Cossel, 577 _ v
  • Locomotive, Tramway (SwissCompany), <9/
  • Locoino’ive Valve Gear, Berth s, 1
  • Locomotives, German (SchwartzkopfT), 116.
  • See 236, 298, 730, ami Hrratum, lJt Locomotives for Russian State Railu ay s, 1.97
  • Locomotives for State Railways of France 1 Machine Tools Kendall and Gent), iTO,-31
  • Machine Tools, Isithes, 339. See also Machine
  • Machines for Woodworking (Robinson, Rochdale), 46, 118. See J/«cMnefc.«f*
  • Machinery, Agricultural, 8, 140, 293, 357, 4J-, 447, 457, 755
  • Maffei and Co.’s Exhibit, 298 Mannheim Shipbuilding and Engineering Company’s Exhibit, 455
  • Manufactures in Russia, Progress of, ..83, 661 Marine, German Merchant, 455 M’Cormick Exhibit, 447 Mather and Platt s Exhibit, 20,
  • Medals, Gold, 265, 425, 474, 490, 5. 9
  • Mediterranean Railway Company s Exhibit, 345
  • Messageries Maritimes, 617
  • Metal Exhibits, 721
  • Me tiger's Signalling Apparatus, 39
  • Midi Railway Company, Rolling Stock, 75..
  • Mill Engines, Rolling (Ehrhardt and Schnier), 2041 ,
  • Milling Machine Heads, ,87 Milling Machine, Plane (Kendall anil Gent), 234 Milling Machine, Vertical (Fetu, l>eflle), 4fl7 Milling and Profiling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Mining Machinery, 206
  • Monophase and Triphose Generator (Helios
  • Mo- orail SuspendtMl Railway (Schuckeit), 531 Mors Exhibit, 4S9
  • Mortising. Chain Cutter, Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Motorcars. See Automobiles Motors, Petrol, 521, 552, 018, 055, S3, . Sec also Automobitesat the Paris Exhibition Mowing Machine, Automobile, 447 National Courts. Some, 562, e05 National Effort at Decoration, 639, 665 Navigation and Commerce Pavilions, ,26 Navvy, Steam (Smolders), 149 Navy and Army Pavilion, 725 Neriist Electric Lamp, 060 Nesselsdorler Automobiles, 766, 831 Norddeutscher-Lloyd Exhibit, 455 Norwegian Locomotive (Saxon Engine Works), 730
  • Ocrlikon Company's Exhibit, 296 Ordnanoe, Creusot, 323 Panhard-Levassor Exhibit, 489 Pantograph, Suchon's Tyre, 74 Pavilion, Schneider, 231, 323, 403
  • Pavilions, 725
  • Petrol Engines, 521, 652, 018, 655. 837. See also Automobile* at the Pari* Exhibition Petroleum Locomotive (Panhard-Levossor), 12 Peugeot Fibres' Exhibit, 489 Photography, Industrial, 93 Piston Valves for Locomotives, 1 Planing Maohine (Robinson, Rochdale), 40 Planing and Moulding Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Plane Milling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 234 Plaster of Paris, 724, 788 Pneumatic Railway Signalling Plant, 381 Power Stations, 12,50,79,131, 149, 180, 2C7.264, 290, 368, 434, 533, 598, 626. See Power Station
  • Presses for Pricks and Tiles, 365, 393, 425 Printing Machinery (Derriey), 832 Profiling and Milling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Prussian Railway Sleeping Car, 497 Prussian State Railway Express Locomotive, 435
  • Prussian State Railway Hospital Car, 180 Pugging Mills, 365, 393, 425, 493 Pump, High-Speed (Ehrhardt and Sehmer), 200 Pump, Itiedler, Electrically-Driven (A. E. G.), 489
  • Rack Locomotives (Maschinenfabrlk Esslin- gen), 191
  • Railway, Brill Street Car, 267 Railway Car, Hospital (Goerlitz Rolling Stock Construction Company), 180. See also Carriage*
  • Railway Carriage, Metre Gauge, Southern Railway Company’s, 262
  • Railway Carriages for the Ethiopian Railway, 149
  • Railway Carriages for State Railways, 1 R
  • Railway, Prussian, Sleeping Car, 497
  • Railway Rolling Stock (Breslau Carriage Construction Company), 79
  • Railway Signalling Apparatus, 74
  • Railway Signalling Apparatus, Metzger’s, 39
  • Railway Signalling Apparatus, Sarroste and Loppg’s, 39
  • Railway Signalling Plant, Pneumatic, 331
  • Railway, Southern of France, Exhibit, 262, 370, 460
  • Railway, Suspended Electric (Schuckert), 531
  • Railway Train Motion Indicators, 1, 39, 75 i
  • Railway Tyre Profile Machine, 74 f Railway Velocity Recorder, 74 1
  • Railway Wagons and Carriages, 755 )
  • Railway Wagon, 20-Ton Metre Gauge, Southern ? Railway Company, 262 J
  • Railways’of France, State, 1, 39, 74 '
  • Reaping Machines, 357, 447,457 ?I Reproducing Engineers’ Drawings, 93 I
  • Rheinfelden Electric Power Stations, 657 j
  • Rice Gear-Cutting Machine, 498 ]Riedler Pump, Electrically-Driven (A. E. G.),
  • 1 4S9
  • ;Ring Frame Cotton Spinning Maohine, 054
  • j Rochet Schneider Exhibits, 4S9
  • •Rolling Mill Engines (Ehrhardt and Sehmer),
  • I 206
  • Rolling Stock, 1, 149, 180, 202, 497. See also Locomotives
  • Rolling Stock. See also Carriage and Wagon )
  • Roof of Schneider Pavilion, 231. See 323 j
  • Rotation Velocity Recorder, 74 a
  • Russian Alcohol Monopoly, 619 ?{Russian Ixjcomotives, 597 4
  • Russia’s Exhibit, 589, 601 ISaccharifleation Process, Amylo, 523 iSaw, Band (Robmson, Rochdale), 118 I Saw Bench (Robinson, Rochdale), 40 Sand-Papering Machine (Robinson, Rochdale) 118
  • Sarroste and Loppe Signals, 39
  • Saxon State Railways Express Locomotive fSaxon IfOeomotive Works), 230
  • Schichau Exhibit, 455
  • Schmidt Superheater on Locomotives, 435
  • Schneider High-Speed Locomotive, 403
  • Schneider Pavilion, 231, 323, 403
  • Schuckert and Co.’s Exhibit, 12
  • Schwartzkopff’s Exhibit (Locomotive), 116. Erratum, 191
  • Signalling Apparatus, Block, Sarroste and Loppy’s, 39
  • Signalling Apparatus, Train, Metzger’s, 39
  • Signalling, Pneumatic Railway Signalling Plant, 331
  • Signalling on Single-Track Railways, 74
  • Signalling Between Station ami Level Cross ing, 74
  • Signalling Time on French State Railways, 74
  • Sleeping Car, Russian Railway, 497 Sliding Stair, 099
  • Society Electricity et Hydraulique, Electric Power, 620
  • Souchon’s Type Profile Machine, 74 South Pole Expedition Vessel, 465
  • Southern Railway of France, Exhibit, 202, 370, 466
  • Southern Railway of France Locomotive, 370, 440
  • Spinning Machinery, 654
  • Sports and Forestry Pavilion, 725
  • Stair, Continuous Elevator, 699
  • State Railways of France, 1, 39, 74
  • Station Electric Power, 12, 60, 79, 131, 149, ISO, 207, 204, 290, 368, 434, 633, 598, 026. See Electric
  • Steam Turbine, Laval, 149, 217
  • Steamers of the Messageries Maritimes, 017
  • Stone-Dressing Machine (Brunton and Trier), 629, 745
  • Suction Excavator for Port Arthur, 149 Sulzer Brothers’ Exhibit, 434, 533
  • Superheater on Locomotive, 435 Suspended Railway (Schuckert), 531
  • Swiss Company Tramway Locomotive, 797 Swiss Locomotive for Jura Simplon Railway, 700,769
  • Swiss North-Eastern Railway Locomotive, 625
  • Swiss Textile Display, 502
  • Table of Remarkable Geiman Bridges, ISO, 199, 289, 322. See 554
  • Techlenborg’S Exhibit, 455
  • Technical Education in European Countries, 051, 728
  • Telephone, Dardeau Direct-Call, 108
  • Tenoning Machine, Joiners’ (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Testing Apparatus for Textiles, 487
  • Textile Machinery, 487, 587, 054
  • Thrashing Machinery, 457. See 755
  • Three-Phase Alternator, and 050 Horse-Power Engine (Sulzer), 533. See also Electric
  • Three - Phase Alternator, 2000 - Kilowatt, A. E. G., 400, 000
  • Three-Phase Alternator (Oerlikon), 290
  • Thuile System, High-Speed Locomotive, 403
  • Tile Machinery, 305, 393, 425, 493
  • Time Signalling on French State Railways, 74
  • Tissue Testing Apparatus, 487
  • Toothed Wheel-Cutting Machine, 498
  • Traction Indicators, Railway, 1
  • Train Signalling Apparatus, Metzger’s, 89
  • Train Velocity Recorder, 74
  • Tramcar (Brill), 267. See LETTER, 415
  • Tramway Locomotive (Swiss Company), 797
  • Triphase and Monophase Generator (Helios
  • Company), 12. See Power Station, Electric
  • Turbines, Laval Steam, 149, 217
  • Turret Lathe, Conradson Semi-Automatic, 713
  • Turret Lathe Work, [00. See also Machine Tools
  • Tyre Profile Machine, 74
  • Union Company, Germany, Bridge-Building Exhibit, 554
  • United States Court, Portal to, 562, 005
  • United States Naval Court, 665
  • United States Textile Court, 665
  • Universal Wood Worker (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Valve Gear, Berth’s Locomotive, 1
  • Valve Gear, 100 Horse-Power Engine (Beer), 137
  • Valve Gear, Dujardin, 264
  • Valve Gear, Lefer (Weyher and Richmond), 131
  • Valve Gear, Revolving Slide (Sulzer), 533
  • Valve Gear, Sulzer, Rolling Lever, 633
  • Valve Gear, Trip (Carel, Ghent), 79
  • Valves of Van den Kercho\e Engine, 434
  • Van den Zypen and Charlier Exhibit, 497
  • Velocity Recorder, 74
  • Vulcan Company’s Exhibit, 455
  • Wagon, 20 Ton Metre Gauge, 262
  • Wagons, Midi Railway, 755
  • Water Sterilisation by Electricity, 691
  • Weaving Machinery, 587, 654
  • Weyher-Richmond and Creil 100 Horse Power Engine and Dynamo, 131
  • Wheel-Cutting Machine, 498
  • Wheel Tyre Profile Machine, 74
  • Wool-Weaving Machinery, 587, 654
  • Wood-Working Machinery (Robinson, Rochdale), 46, 118. See Machine Toolt
  • Wreck Raising, 222
  • Yeast, Chinese, in Colette-Boidin Process, 523
  • Paris International Congress on the Method of Testing Materials of Construction, 105, 193
  • Paris, Water Supply, 542
  • Parliamentary Bills, Scotch, Private, 674. See 708
  • Parliamentary Schemes, 707, 708, 732, 7C0
  • Parshall, Mr. H. F., on Design of Alternators, 107, 141, 227, 404, 485, 591, 819
  • Parsons’ Steam Turbine, 1000-Kilowatt, 830
  • Partition of Molecular Energy, 428
  • Passive State of Metals, 600
  • Patent Actions, Damages in, 57. See LETTERS
  • Patent, Preliminary Examination of Applications, 671
  • Patent Record, 37, 71, 103, 137, 107, 195, 225, 253, 285, 317, 355, 391, 421, 453, 483, 519, 519, 585, 615, 649, 687, 719, 753, 785, 817
  • Patent Records, 608
  • Patent Reform, Automobiles, 805
  • Patentees and Inventions, 220
  • Patents for Inventions, 769
  • Patents in Orange River Colony, 445
  • Pavements, Asphalt and Wood, GO
  • Pavilion, Schneider (Paris Exhibition), 231, 323, 403 .
  • Pavilions at Paris Exhibition, 726. See also
  • Perry, Dr., on the Complete Engineer, 633, 718, 752, 781. See LETTERS
  • Perry, Professor, on Mathematics, 271
  • Petroleum Burning Steamer, 832
  • Petroleum Engines. See Engines
  • Petroleum Engines, 521, 552, 018, 655. See also
  • Automobiles at the Paris Exhibition
  • Petroleum-Heated Assaying Furnace, 416
  • Petroleum Industry, Russian, 217
  • Petroleum Locomotive (Panhard-Levassor), 12
  • Petroleum Oil Lamp on Wigham’s Buoy, 479
  • Petroleum on Russian Railways, 277
  • Petroleum Vessels, 189
  • Peugeot Fares’ Exhibit at Paris, 489
  • Phase-Doctrine Regarding Iron and Steel, 402
  • Phase-Turning Apparatus for Electrostatic Voltmeters, 627
  • sphates and Superphosphates, 50,
  • isphorescent Glow in Gases, 460
  • ?sphorus and Iron, Mr. J. E. Stead on, 379,
  • )3, 512, 579, 643, 682
  • Photograph in Textile Design, 365
  • Photographio Action on Metallic Silver, 530
  • Photography, Industrial, at Paris Exhibition, 93
  • Photography, Meteorological, 462
  • Photography, Micro-. See Microscopic, Microraphic, and Minrophotographic
  • Photography of a Moving Object, 464
  • Photography, 508
  • Photometry, 276

Physical Society:

  • Experiments Illustrating Phenomena of Vision, by Dr. Shelford Bid well, 574
  • On the Concentration at the Electrodes in a Solution, with Special Reference to the Liberation of Hydrogen by Electrolysis of a Mixture of Copper Sulphate and Sulphuric Acid, by Dr. H. J. S. Sand, 574
  • Electromotive Force and Osmotic Pressure, by Dr. It. A. Lehfeldt, 627
  • Astigmatic Lenses, by Mr. R. J. Softer, 627
  • On a Phase-Turning Apparatus for Use with Electrostatic Voltmeters, by 31r. A. Campbell, 627 V
  • On a Method of Measuring Power in Alternating Current Circuits, by 3!r. A. Campbell, 627 v
  • Note on Obtaining Alternating Currents and Voltages in the Same Phase for Fictitious IiOads, by Mr. A. Campbell, 627
  • A Self-Adjusting Wheatstone’s Bridge, by Mr. E. H. Griffiths and Mr. W. 0. D. Whetham, 715
  • The Liquefaction of Hydrogen, by Dr. M. W. Travers, 715
  • The Anomalous Dispersion of Carbon, by Professor R. W. Wood, 715
  • The Refraction of Sound by Wind, by Dr. E. H. Barton, 715
  • On Electric Inertia and the Inertia of Electric Convection, by Professor A. Schuster, 844
  • On Magnetic Precession, by Professor A. Schuster, 844
  • On the Magnetic Field Produced by Electric Tramways, by Professor A. W. Rucker, 844
  • Notes on the Practical Application of the Theory of Magnetic Disturbances by Earth Currents, by Dr. K. T. Glazebrook, 844
  • Physics of Water, 769, 808
  • Physiology, Electro, 300 Picketing, The Law of, 377, 707
  • Pier Schemes in Parliament, 760
  • Pinget, M., on Development of French Iron Industry, 379, 388, 419
  • Pipe Flange, Facing 31achine, 545
  • Pi|K?making Machinery, 452
  • Pipe, Wooden Water, *79
  • Piston Valves for Locomotives, 1 Pittsburg to Europe Direct, 636 Pittsburg Company, Locomotive for Kansei Railway, Japan, 798. See Addendum, 833
  • Plane Milling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 234
  • Planing and Moulding 3Iachine (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Planing Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), 46
  • Planing and Slotting Machine (Ward and Haggas), 81
  • Plant, Cost of Electric Power, by 31r.
  • Philip Dawson, 112. See also Dawson, Mr. P.
  • Plaster of Paris at Paris Exhibition, 724, 788
  • Plasticitv, Professor Spring's Experiments on, 444
  • Plates, Annealing of Armour, 60
  • Platinum, 836
  • Pneumatic Hammer, Boyer Long-Stroke, 767
  • Pneumatic Railway Signalling Plant, 381
  • Pneumatic Tool, Steel for, 544
  • Pocket-Book, Engineer’s, 24 , 607
  • Poliak-Virfig Telegraph, 413, 750
  • Polyphase Electric Traction, by Professor Cams Wilson, 5, 99, 133. See also Eleetric Polyphase Generators, Fall of Potential in, 306
  • Polytechnic Society, Royal Cornwall, 281
  • Poor, 3fr., on Manchester Refuse Disposal, 159 “ Porion,” Furnace, 544
  • Portable Forge, Blower for, 641
  • Potassium, Determination of, 441 Potential, Fall in Polyphase Generators, 306
  • Powder, 3lanufacture of Smokeless, 751
  • Power Bills, Electric, 23, 59, 94 PoAer, Cost of (Kershaw), 331, 351, 390
  • Power Gas and Large Gas Engines for Central Stations, 790, 813, 845
  • Power Installation in Sweden, Electric, 95
  • Power Plant, Paderno-Milan, 319
  • Power Plant. See also Gas-Driven Power Plants and Engines, Gas
  • Power Plants, Cost of, by 31 r. Philip Dawson, 112
  • Power Station at Paris Exhibition, 12, 50, 79, 131,149,180, 207, 264, 296, 368, 434, 533, 598,626

Power Station, Electric :

  • Bietrix and Co., 185-Kilowatt Horizontal Engine (Collman Valve Gear), and Socidte Ecclairage Electrique Dynamos, 598
  • Bollinckxand Co., 1000 Horse-Power Compound Horizontal Engine and “Electricity et Hydraulique ” Alternator, 368
  • Borsig’s, 31 r. A., 2509 Horse-Power Vertical Engine, with Siemen and Halske’s Three-Phase Alternator, 180
  • Carel Frtires, 1000-Horse-Power Compound
  • Engine and Kolben and Co. Three-Phase
  • Alternator, 79
  • Delaunay-Belleville Company’s 1250 Horse-Power Triple-Expansion Engine, with Breguet Three-Phase Alternator, 50
  • Dujatdin and Co., 300 Horse-Power Engine, 264
  • Dujatdin and Co., 1200 Horse-Power Compound Horizontal Engine, 264
  • Dujardin and Co., 500-Kilowatt Tandem Compound Engine and Society Eclairage Electrique Alternator, 264 .
  • Dujardin and Co., 1000-Kilowatt Triple-Expansion Four-Cylinder Eogine and Creusot
  • Three-Phase Alternator, 264
  • Electricity et Hydraulique Company s ,50-Kilo-watt Three-Phase Alternator, 626
  • Escher, Wyss, and Co., 1000 Horse-Power
  • Compound Horizontal Engine with Oerlikon Company’s 1300-Kilowatt Three-Phase Alternator, 296 . „ .
  • Galloway’s, Limited, Vertical Compound Engine, COO llorse-Power, and Mather and Platt’s Shunt-Wound Dynamo, 207 elios ElektricUts Gesellschaft Tnphase and Monophase Alternator, 3000-Kilo watt, 12 iv al Company’s Steam Turbine, 300 Horse- Power, 149 _ |
  • Sulzer Brothers’ 850 Horse-Power Vertical Twin Tandem Engine, 533
  • Sulzer Brothers’ 650 Horse-Power Horizontal Compound Engine with Rioter an Three-Phase Alternator, 533 - n,.
  • Sulzer Brothers’ 3000 Horse-Power Four-Cylinder Triple-Expansion Engine with Brown Boveri, and Co.’s Dynamo, 434
  • Sulzer Brothers’ Vertical Engine and Dynamo, 533
  • Van den Kirchove’s Engine and Li&ge Electric Company’s Three-Phase 1000-Kilowatt Alternator, 599
  • Van den Kerchove, 1000 Horse-Power Horizontal Compound Engine and Compagnie Internationale d’Electncite de Li&ge Alternator, 434
  • Weyher and Richmond’s 700-Kilowatt Simple Engine with Creil Company’s Fourteen-Pole Dynamo, 131
  • Power Stations with Gas-Electric Plant, 790,813, 815
  • Power Transmission by Continuous Currents, 306. See also Electric Power Transmission in Factories, 147 Power, Water, in Norway, 277 “ Practical Engineer” Pocket-Book for 1901, 607 Practical Mathematics, 271 Preece, Sir W., on Behr’s Railway, 360 Preece, Sir W. H., on Engineering in Wales, 614, 646
  • “ Premier” Gas Engine, 766. See Gas Power Preserving Wood, 117
  • Presidential Address by Sir A. B. Binnie, 315, 347
  • Press Filter, 63
  • Presses for Bricks and Tiles, 365, 393, 425. See Clayxcorking
  • Pressure Due to Flow Round Submerged Surfaces, Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw on, 65, 82 Pressure, Effect of, on Ocean Salt Deposits, 530 Pressure, Explosive, of Gases, 461 Printing Machine (Derriey), at Paris Exhibition, S32
  • Producer, Dellwik-Fleischer Water-Gas, 250 Producer Gas. See also Engines, Gas Producer Gas Plant (Mond) for Central Stations, 790, 813, 845
  • Profiling and Milling Machine (Kendall and Gent), 176
  • Projectile, “Drift” and “Throw” of, 59, 157 See LETTERS, 220, 235, 278, 343, 381 Propagation of Electric Waves on Parallel Wires, 430. See also Oscillations Prussian Railway Sleeping Car (Paris Exhibition), 497
  • Prussian State Railway Express Locomotive, 435
  • Prussian State Railway Hospital Car, ISO Pugging Mills at Paris Exhibition, 365, 393, 425, 493
  • Pullman Sleeping Cars for Midland Railway, 597.
  • See Erratum, 631 Pump, Air, Capacity Tests, 763 Pump, High-Speed (Ehrhardt and Sehmer), 206 Pump, Riedler, Electrically-Driven (A. E. G.), 489
  • Pumping Engines, Tests of, 231
  • Pumping Engines at Godaiming, Test of, 197
  • Putnam, Mr. C. H., on Shot Iron, 782
  • Quadruple Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Quarrying, 24
  • Quartz, Calcite, Symmetrical Doublet, 461
  • Quicksilver, 126
  • Rack Locomotives (Maschinenfabrik Esslingen, 191
  • Radiation of a Black Body, 428
  • Radiation in Magnetic Field, 460
  • Radiation, Relation of, to Temperature, 428
  • Radiation, Solar, 460
  • Rail, The Demerbe, for Tramways, 361, 480
  • Rails, Deterioration of Steel, 55. See Erratum, 101
  • Rails, Iron and Steel, 11, 33, 69
  • Rails, Old, High Speed on, 845
  • Railway Accidents Act, Prevention, 333
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • Railway, Behr’s Monorail, Manchester and Liverpool, 360
  • Railway Bridges. See Bridges Railway, Brill, Street Car, at Paris, 267
  • Railway, Burgdorf-Thun Polyphase Electric, 5, 99 133
  • Railway Car, Hospital (Goerlitz Rolling Stock Construction Company), 180
  • Railway Carriage, Metre Gauge, Southern Railway Company of France, 262
  • Railway Carriage, Saloon, 79.
  • Railway Carriage. See Carriages Railway Carriages for the Ethiopian Railway, 149
  • Railway Carriages for French State Railways, 1
  • Railway Cars (Pullman Sleeping for Midland Company), 597. Erratum, 631
  • Railway Case, Taff Vale, 377, 706
  • Railway Coal Bill, 247
  • Railway Economies, Grand Trunk, 533
  • Railway, Electric, City and South London on the Three-Wire System, 160
  • Railway Enterprise, Indian, 214
  • Railway Expenditure, 272
  • Railway, Grand Trunks, 29
  • Railway Incline at Garesfleld, Machinery for, 45,116. See LETTER
  • Railway Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Railway Property, 546
  • Railway Property, Irish, 347 Railway, Prussian, Sleeping Car, 497
  • Railway Race to Scotland, 674 Railway Resistance, Tractive Force and Acceleration, 361
  • Railway Rolling Stock (Breslau Carriage Construction Company), 79
  • Railway Schemes in Parliament, 707,708,732,760
  • Railway Signalling Apparatus, Metzger’s, 39
  • Railway Signalling Apparatus at Paris Exhibition, 74
  • Railway Signalling Apparatus, Sarroste and Loppy’s, 39
  • Railway Signalling on Electric Railways, 844
  • Railway Signalling Pltnt, Pneumatic, 381
  • Railway Signalling Plant, Pneumatic, Paris Exhibition), 331
  • Railway, Southern of France, Exhibit at Paris, 262, 370, 466
  • Railway Speeds, 247
  • Railway Station, Boston Southern Terminal, 257, 477,639
  • Railway, Suspended Electric (Schuckert), 531
  • Railway Terminus, Great Central, 638
  • Railway Train Motion Indicators, 1, 39, 75
  • Railway, Transbaikal, Siberian, 186
  • Railway Tyre Profile Machine at Paris Exhibition, 74
  • Railway Velocity Recorder at Paris Exhibition, 74
  • Railway Wagons, Capacity and Cost of Transport,' 658, 680, 716. See LETTERS
  • Railway Wagons and Carriages (Midi Railway), 755
  • Railway Wagons, Long, 658, 680, 716, 744
  • Railway Wagons, 20-Tou Metre Gauge, Southern Railway Company of France, 262
  • Railways, Electric v. Steam Locomotives on, 742, 748, 771,775, 783, 805
  • Railways, Electric Traction on, 840
  • Railways of France, State, 1, 39, 74 Railways in French Indo-China, 338
  • Railways, Light, in Yorkshire, 635
  • Railways, Naphtha on Russian, 277
  • Railways, New Zealand, 159
  • Railways in Northern Japan, 572
  • Railways, South African, 116
  • Railways, State, 62
  • Railways, United States, 570
  • Rain Gauge, Self-Recording, 330
  • Rainfall of the British Isles, 675
  • Rainfall in North England, 463
  • Raising Wrecks, Notes on, by Mr. D. W. Noakes, 222
  • Rays, Cathode, 430 Reaper, Automobile, 447
  • Reaping Machines at Paris Exhibition, 357, 447, 457
  • Record Sea Speeds, 340. See 823
  • Recording Direction of Wind, 508
  • Rectifiers, 277
  • Rectifiers and Converters, 306 Reducing Oxides by Aluminium, 380, 386, 450
  • Reed Electric Current Breaker, 159 Reform, Naval, 803
  • Refraction of Sound by Wind, 715
  • Refuse Destructors at Bradford, 326, 383
  • Refuse Disposal at Manchester, 159
  • Register, National, Cash Company’s Works, 358
  • Reheating in Compound Engines, 148
  • Reichsanstalt, Work of, 172
  • Reorganisation Task of, 124
  • Repairing Broken Screw Shafts, 477
  • Reproducing Engineers’ Drawings (Paris Exhibition), 93
  • Reservoirs, Staines, 6
  • Resistance Coils, Electrical, 429
  • Resistance, Frictional, of Cycles, 712. Erratum, 737
  • Resistance to Traction by Road Vehicles, 327
  • Retort Ascension Pipes, 840
  • Revealer, Glass, for Showing Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 527, 547, 684
  • Reviews See LITERATURE Rheinfelden Electric Power Stations, 557
  • Rhodium Alloys, 710
  • Rice Gear-Cutting Machine (Paris Exhibition), 498
  • Riedler Pump, Electrically-Driven (A. E. G.), 489
  • Rifle Breechloading Gun Used in Kimberley, 3, 34
  • Rifled Projectile, “ Drift” or “Throw” of, 69, 157. See LETTERS
  • Rifles, Lee-Enfield and Mauser, 639
  • Ring Frame Cotton Spinning Machine at Paris Exhibition, 654
  • River Floods, Precautions, 573
  • River Weaver Swing-Bridges, 757
  • Rivet Forging Machine (Platt), 221
  • Road Locomotives, Professor Hele-Shaw on, 35. See also Automobiles Road Roller with Scarifier, 12
  • Road Vehicles, The Resistance of, 327
  • Roads for Mining Purposes, 41. See LETTER, 220
  • Roadways, Asphalte and Wood, 60
  • Roberts - Austen’s, Sir William, Presidential Address to the Iron and Steel Institute, 379, 386, 418
  • Rochet-Schneider Exhibit at Paris, 489 Roller, Road, with Scarifier, 12
  • Rolling Mill Engines (Ehrhardt and Sehmer) 206
  • Rolling Mills, Mr. L. Katona on, 402, 516 Rolling Stock, 755
  • Rolling Stock at Paris Exhibition, 1, 149, 180, 262. 497, 755. See also Locomotive Carriage and Wagon
  • Rome, Water Supply of Ancient, 176 Roof of Boston Station, 259
  • Roof of Schneider Pavilion, Paris Exhibition, 231. See 323
  • Rotation Velocity Recorder at Paris Exhibition, 74
  • Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, 281
  • Royal Yacht “Victoria and Albert,” Steam Trials, 388
  • Rudder, Balanced, Stream Lines and, 65, 82
  • Russia, Foreign Capital in, 508
  • Russian Alcohol Monopoly, 619
  • Russian Cruiser “ Variag,” 765
  • Russian Iron Industry, 539
  • Russian Iron Works, 340
  • Russian Locomotives (Paris Exhibition), 597
  • Russian Mercantile Marine, 440
  • Russian Naphtha Industry, 217
  • Russian Railways, Naphtha on, 277
  • Russian Trade in China, 410
  • Russian Waterways to White Sea, 277
  • Russia’s Exhibit at Paris, 688, 661
  • Saccharification Process, Amylo, 523
  • Safe Companies in Litigation, 220
  • Sail Area and Yacht Displacement, Diagram, 779
  • Salt Deposits, Effect of Pressure on, 630
  • Salvage Operations, 222
  • SamUPapering Machine (Robinson, Rochdale), Sanitary Retrospect, 569
  • Sarroste and Loppd’s Signals, Paris Exhibition. 39
  • Sauvage, Mr. Edwaid, on Recent Locomotive Practice in France, 4, 30
  • “ Savoie,” Twin-Screw Steamer, Lengthened at Wallsend, 308
  • Savory’s Soap Tablet Machine, 151
  • Saw, Band (Robinson Rochdale), 118
  • Saw Bench (Robinson, Rochdale), 40
  • Sawing Machine for Cold Iron, 881
  • Saxon State Railways Express Locomotive (Saxon Locomotive Works), 230
  • Scarifier with Road Roller, 12
  • Schichau Exhibit at Paris, 455 Schmidt Superheater on Locomotive, 435
  • Schneider High-Speed Locomotive, 403. See LKTTKR
  • Schneider Pavilion (Paris Exhibition), 231, 323, 403
  • Schuckert and Co.’s Exhibit, 12 Scotch Private Parliamentary Bills, 074, 70S, 732, 700
  • Scotch Railway Race, 074
  • Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Screw Shaft, Repairing, 477
  • Screw Threads, British Association System, 304
  • Screws. See also Propellers
  • Screws, Small, 304
  • Screws, Subject to Vibration, 304
  • “ Scylla ” and “ Hydra ” Torpedo-Boats, 78
  • Sea Speed in Fogs, 769
  • Sea, Speeds at, 340, 823
  • Sections, Weights of, 83
  • Seismological Investigation, 401. See Earthquake
  • Self-Acting Incline Railway, 45,110. See LKTTKR Self-Acting Underfeed Stoker, 532
  • Self - Propelled Traffic. See Automobiles and Road Locomotion
  • Sells, The Late Charles, 788 Sewage Disposal at Manchester, 159
  • Sewage Farm, Aldershot Camp, 093 Sewage Schemes in Parliament, 760
  • Sewage Sludge, 531
  • Sewage Sludge and Coal Combine, Gas from, 570
  • Sewage Treatment at Bradford, 320, 349, 38 L 531 Sewage Works, Copenhagen, 035
  • Shafts, Repairing Broken Screw, 477 Shaw, Professor Hele-. See Hele-Shau\ /Vo- fessor H. S.
  • Sheffield and Twinberrow’s Machinery for Inclined Railway, 45, 110. See LKTTKR Ship Design, 829
  • Ship Launch, 210, 307, 829 Ship Model Basin, United States Experimental, 765. See 829
  • Ship Repair Work at Wallsend, SOS Ship Ventilators, 81
  • Shipbuilding Classification Rules, S29 Shipbuilding Plants, Recent Improvement, S28 Shipbuilding Returns, Lloyd’s, 92, 475
  • Shipbuilding Subsidies, 828 Shipping Bounties, United States, 763
  • Shipping Coal, 716 Shipping Companies, Japanese, 243
  • Shipping, German, and South African Trade, 473
  • Shipping, Italian, 674
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding, 92, 475, 807, 838
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding on American Lakes, 21
  • Shipping, United States Trade and, 242, 703, 828
  • Shipwreck Statistics, 308. See also Lloyd's Shock, Electric, from Steam Pipes, 309, 343, 445, 639
  • Shone and Ault, Godaiming Water Works, 139, 197. See LKTTKR, 220
  • Shopbuildings, 394 Short-Circuit Curve, 485
  • Shot Iron, 782
  • Siam Trade, 671
  • Siberia, British Trade in, 189
  • Siberian Railway, Transbaikal, 186
  • Sight Feed Lubricator, Watts Multiple, 177 Sight Phenomena, 574
  • Signal, Railway, on Monorail Line, 300
  • Signalling Apparatus, Block, Sarroste and Loppy’s, 39
  • Signalling Apparatus at Boston Station, 257
  • Signalling Apparatus, Train, Metzger’s, 39 Signalling on Liverpool Overhead Railway, 844
  • Signalling, Outlying Siding Connections,*844
  • Signalling Plant, Pneumatic Railway, 381
  • Signalling, Pneumatic Railway, Plant (Paris Exhibition), 331
  • Signalling on Single-Track Railways, 74
  • Signalling Between Station and Level Crossing, Paris Exhibition, 74
  • Signalling Time on French State Railways, 74
  • Signalling on Waterloo and City Railway, 844
  • Silicides of Alkaline Earths, 493 Silk, Artificial, 531
  • Silver, Action of Light on, 630
  • Simpson’s Diaphragm Ventilator, 81
  • Sleeping-Car, Prussian Railway, 497
  • Sleeping-Cars for the Midland Railway, Pullman, 697
  • Sliding Stair at Paris Exhibition, 099
  • Slotting Machine (Russian Company), 798
  • Slotting and Planing Machine (Ward and Hag- gas), 81
  • Smith, Mr. E. Shrapnel), on Motor Cars for i Street Watering and Scavenging, 353
  • Smithfleld Club Show, 774 Smoke Fumes from Cement Works, 377 Smoke at Leeds, 530
  • Smokeless Powder, 751
  • Soap Tablet Machine (Mr. Robert Savory), 151
  • Society Electricity et Hydraulique, Electric « Power (Paris Exhibition),*620

Society or Arts:

  • Society, Royal Cornwall Polytechnic, 281 Softener, Water, 345 >
  • Softening Water at Lorain Furnaces, 148 !
  • Solar Eclipse Research, &c., 404 I
  • Solar Radiation, 460
  • Solutions, Solid, Produced by Pressure, 444
  • Souchon’s Tyre Profile Machine, 74 !
  • Sound by Wind, Refraction of, 716 i
  • South African Bridge Reconstruction, 296 !
  • South African War, 15 j
  • South London Electric Supply Engine and Alternator, 510 <
  • South Pole Expedition Vessel, 455 ;
  • Southern Railway of France Exhibit (Paris Exhibition), 262, 370, 466
  • Southern Railway of France Locomotive, 370,400 !
  • Southern Terminal Station, Boston, 257
  • Specific Gravity of Gas, 202
  • Specific Heat of Gases at High Temperatures, 492. See also Engines, (las Specification, Model, for Electric Supply Mains, 389
  • Specifications, International, and Methods of Testing, 165, 193, 282
  • Specifications for Iron and Steel, 282, 381,400, 448
  • Spectra, Absorption and Chemicd Constitution of Organic Substances, 530
  • Spectra, Correspondence between, 460
  • Spectroscopic Data, 441
  • Spectroscopic Observations with Wehnelt Interrupters, 380
  • Spectrum, Infra-Red of the Solar, 461
  • Speeds, Record Sea, 340, 823
  • Speed at Sea in Fogs, 769
  • Speeds of Trains, 247. See also Indicators Spinning Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 654
  • Sports and Forestry Pavilion at Paris Exhibition, 725
  • Springs, Professor, Experiments, on Plasticity, 444
  • St. diamond Works, 403
  • St. Gallen Gas-Driven Power Station, 322
  • Staines Reservoirs, 6
  • Stair, Continuous Elevator at Paris Exhibition, 699
  • Staithes, Coal, 716 Standard Cadmium Cells, 277
  • Standards of Electrical Measurement, 429
  • Standards in Machinery, 96
  • Standardisation, 409. See LETTER, 445
  • Standardisation in Marine Work, 764
  • Standardised Cast Iron, 281
  • Stanley Cycle Show, 707. See 733
  • State Railways, 62
  • State Railways of France, 1, 39, 74
  • Station, Bale Electric Light, 465
  • Station, Boston South Terminal, 477, 639
  • Station, Electric Power, at Paris Exhibition, 12, 50, 79, 131, 149, 207, 264, 296, 868, 434, 533, 598, 626. See Pou'er Station, Electric Sta’ion, Electric, with Mond Gas, 799, 813, 845
  • Station, Great Central Terminal, 638
  • Station, Southern Terminal, Boston, 257
  • Stations, Electric, Gas-Driven, 169, 199, 244, 273, 287, 322, 399, 465, 526, 689, 654, 790, 813, 845. See also Dawson, Mr. P.
  • Stations, Electric Generating (Gibbings), 363
  • Statistics of Metals, Mercury, 120 Statistics, Naval, 471
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., on Iron and Phosphorus, 493, 512, 513, 579, 643, 682. See 379
  • Steam, Calorimeter for Testing, Goodman’s, 395
  • Steam Entropy, 62 Steam Exhaust Head, 410
  • Steam Jets, Experiments with, 128 Steam Launch, Explosion on, 353
  • Steam Motor Wagons, 230. See also Automobilea and Cars, Motors Steam Navigation, French, 29
  • Steam Pipes, Electric Shock from, 309, 343, 446, 639
  • Steam Power, Cost of, 331, 351, 390
  • Steam, Reheating, in Compound Engines, 148
  • Steam, Superheated, in Locomotive, 435
  • Steam, Superheated, in Pumping Engines, Tests of, 231
  • Steam Turbine-Driven Locomotives, 128
  • Steam Turbine, Parsons’, Tests of, 830
  • Steam Turbines, Laval, 149, 217
  • Steamer “Arundel” (Denny), 23, 210, 204
  • Steamer, Channel, “ Alberta ” (Brown and Co.), 47
  • Steamer “Deutschland” (Vulcan Company, Stettin), 381, 532, 010, 602, 723, 763, 823. Erratum, 573
  • Steamer, “ h ernia,” Cunard, 368, 436
  • Steamer for Oil Fuel, “ Bulysses," 832
  • Steamer “ Savoie,” Lengthened at Wallscnd, 308
  • Steamer Shafts, Repairing, 477
  • Steamer “ Yaderland ” (Brown Company), 60
  • Steamers of the Messageries Maritimes, 617
  • Steamers, Petroleum, 189, 832
  • Steaming, Atlantic, 247. See also “ Deutschland ” Steamship Performances, 340, 823
  • Steel, Cast, Forged and Flanged at Paris Exhibition, 721
  • Steel Industry in Franco, Development of, 379,
  • 388, 419
  • Steel, Internal Architecture of, 394, 442, 493. See J’hosphonts of Iron and Steel Steel and Iron* Constructional : the Carnegie Pocket-Book, 190
  • Steel and Iron, International Methods of Testing, 165, 193, 282
  • Steel and Iron, Phase-Doctrine, 402
  • Steel and Iron Prospects, 303
  • Steel and Iron, Specifications of, 282, 381, 400, 448
  • Steel Plates, Damages for Late Delivery, 48
  • Steel for Pneumatic Tools, 544
  • Steel Rails in America, 11, 33, 69
  • Steel Rails, Deterioration of, 65. SccEiratum, 101
  • Steel, Tensile Strength of, 235, 414, 644
  • Steel, Taylor-White Best Working Tool, 402
  • Steel Trade, United States Competition, 19, 636, 075, 711, 739, 769, 809, 828, 835. See LETTERS
  • Steel, United States, Shipped Direct to Europe, 630
  • Steinbrueh Industrie und Steinbruch Geologie, 42
  • Sterilisation of Milk. 507
  • Stimulus, Electrical, on Inorganic and Living Substances, 431
  • Stoker, American Underfeed, 532
  • Stonebreaking, 220, 278
  • Stone-Dressing Machinery (Brunton and Trier), 629, 745
  • Stone Working, 24 Storage of Inflammable Oils, 02
  • Strains on Bridges, 669. Sec also Bridges Stratford Locomotive Works, 5
  • Stream Lines, Professor Hele-Shaw on, 65, 82 Street Improvements, London, 070
  • Street Scavenging by Motor Cars, 353
  • Strength, Criterions of, 241. See LETTERS, 309 Submarine Boats, 170
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 117
  • Submerged Surfaces, Pressure Due to Flow Round, Professor Hele-Shaw on, 06, 82
  • Subsidies for United States Shipbuilding, 763,828
  • Suction Excavators for Port Arthur, 14®
  • Sugar, 607
  • Sulphur Determination, 441
  • Sulphur Detennination in Calcining Copper Ores, 235. Sac Erratum, 278
  • Sulphuric Acid, Arsenical, 772 Sulphuric Acid Industry, 441
  • Suiter Brother’s Exhibits at Paris, 434, 633 Bun Spots, 464
  • Sunshine Recorder l.ens, 675
  • Su|>erheater on Locomotive at Paris Exhibition, 435 ,
  • Superheated Steam, Tests of, 231
  • Superheating Steam in Multiple-Cylinder Engine, 148
  • 8u|»erseiwion of Steam by Klectrio Locomotive, 742, 748, 771, 776, 783, 806
  • Supply, Charges for Electric, 379 Supply Mains, Model Specifh-ation, 389
  • Supply Stations, Kl.. tri- , ;ni3. See also (laf 7'ou*rand Electric
  • Surface Tension and Creeping of Liquids, 461
  • Suspended Railway (Schuckert), 631 BwodeO| Kk-.-tric Power in, 96
  • Swing-Bridges over the River Weaver, 767
  • Swiss Company Tramway Locomotive, at Paris Exhibition, 797
  • Swiss Ixs'omotive for Jura-Simplon, 700, 760
  • Swiss North-Eastern Railway Loeomotix e, 626
  • Swiss Textile Display at Paris Exhibition, 662
  • Sydenham Boiler Explosion, 642
  • Symbols and Observations, 441 H>inbols, Electro-< 'bemical, 306
  • System, The Interchangeable, 124
  • Tables of Remarkable German Bridges, 1H0, 199, 280, 822
  • Tablet Machine, Soap (Mr. Robert Savory), 161
  • Taff Vale Railway Case, 377, 706
  • Tall Buildings, 9
  • Tank, United States Model Ship, 766
  • Taper Discharges for Fans, 606. See LKTTBKS, 639
  • Task of Reorganisation, 124
  • Taxing Electrical Enterprise** in Argentina, 189
  • Taylor-White. Tool Steel, 402
  • Teaching of Chemistry, 491
  • Techlenborg’s Exhibit at Paris, 466
  • Technical Dictionary, 627
  • Technical Education, 127
  • Technical Education In Chemistry and Science, 491, 492
  • Technical Education of Engineers, by Mr. M. P. Higgins, 230
  • Technical Education in European Countries, 661, 728
  • Telautograph, 006
  • Telautograph, Foster-Ritchie, 128, 413
  • Telegraph Enterprise, Submarine, 117
  • Telegraph, Pollaa-Verdg, 413, 750
  • Telegraph, Writing, 128, 413
  • Telegraphy, Mountain, 217
  • Telegraphy, Sine-Wave, 413
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 412, 432. See Erratum, 430
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, and Balloons, 460
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, for liorkuin Lightship, 470
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, Sine-Wave and Writing, 413
  • Telegraphy, Writing, 413, 715
  • Telephone, A Curious Experiment, 23
  • Telephone Central Battery System, 413
  • Telephone, Central Exchanges, 413
  • Telephone Conduits, 413
  • Telephone, Dardeau Direct-Call, at Paris Exhibition, 108
  • Telephony, 413, Wireless, 432, Erratum, 436
  • Telescope, Photographic Equatorial, 464
  • Temperature and Death Rate, 675
  • Temperature, Flame, 202
  • Temperature, Relation of Radiation to, 428
  • Temperatures, High, Produced by Aluminium, 380, 386, 450
  • Tenoning, Machine, Joiners’ (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • Tensile Strength of Steel, 235, 414 , 644. See Criterion* q? Strength
  • Terminal Station, Boston, 261
  • Test-Pieces, Standard, 282, 381, 400, 448
  • Testing Apparatus for Textiles (Paris Exhibition), 487
  • Testing Iron and Steel, International Methods, 106, 193, 282. See Sjxeijieation*
  • Testing, Methods of, 241. See LKTTKR
  • Tests of Gas Engines. See Engine*, (Jat
  • Tests of Materials at the Reichsanstalt, 172
  • Tests ot Parsons’ Steam Turbine and Alternator, 8:i0
  • Tests of Pumping Engines, 231, 197
  • Textile Design, Photography in, 865
  • Textile Machinery at Pan* Exhibition, 487, 587, 654
  • Textiles, Imitation, 631
  • The Two Books on the Water Supply of the City of Rome of SextU9 Julius Frontinus, Water
  • Commissioner of the City of Rome, A. P.97, 176
  • Thames, Raising Wrecks in, 222
  • Thermometry at the Reichsanstalt, 172
  • Thermo-Optica at the Reichsanstalt, 172
  • Thomson’s Corpuscles, 414
  • Thorny croft’s Works, 6
  • Thrashing Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 467. See 766
  • Three-Phase Alternator and 650 Horse-Power Engine (Suiter), 533
  • Three-Phase Alternator, 2000-Kilowatt (A. E. G.X 400, 660
  • Three-Phase Alternators (Ocrlikon), 296. See also Electric
  • Three-Wire System of Electric Traction, 160
  • “Throw” and “Drift” of a Projectile, 59, 157.
  • See LUTTERS, 220, 236, 278, 343, 381
  • Thuilc System, High-Speed Locomotive, 403
  • Thurston, Professor R. H., on Reheating Steam, 148
  • Tientsin. Trade of. 272
  • Tile Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 365, 393, 426, 493
  • Timber Preserving, 117
  • Timber Supply of United State*, 006
  • Time Signalling on French State Railway*, 74
  • Tin, 80, 506
  • Tin and Copper, 80S
  • Tinplate*, 150
  • Tipa, Coal, 716 , „ Lfl t . „
  • TIMUC Testing Apparatus (Pan* Exhibition), 487 ,
  • Tokyo Electric Tramway*, Traction, .68
  • Tokyo Im)>erial University, 474
  • Tool steel, Taylor-White Hot-Working. 402
  • Toothed-Wheel Cutting Machine (Pan* Exhibition), 498 «.
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “Viper, Turbine-Driven, 86, 161, 807, 844
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Wartkip* Torpe<lo-Boats for the Dutch Navy, 78
  • Torpedo-Boats, Safety, at Sea, 830
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Worth ipa
  • Torpedo Works, 5
  • Traction Companies' Taxes in Argentina, 189
  • Traction. See also Electric and fiae. Driven
  • Traction, Electric, at the Pari* Congress, 319
  • Traction, Electric, in Coal Mines, 291
  • Traction, Electric, on the Three-Wire System,
  • Traction, Electric, on Midland Railway, 742, 748, 771, 775, 783
  • Traction Indicators, Railway, 1
  • Traction Plants, List of Cas-Dnven, 202
  • Traction, Polyphase Electric, Professor Cams Wilson on, 5, 99, 133
  • Traction, Resistance to, by Rood \ ehides. 327
  • Tractive Porte of Trains, 361
  • Trade, British, in Siberia, 189
  • Trade, Canadian, and Tariff, 538
  • Trade and Commerce of Korea, 504
  • Trade of Japan, 22
  • Trade Marks in Orange River Colony, 445
  • Trade Marks, Recent Cases Relating to, 185
  • Trade, Russian, in China, 410
  • Trade of Siam, 671
  • Trade and Shipping, United States, -41
  • Trade Societies, The Duties of, 712
  • Trade of Tientsin, 272
  • Trade Unionist*, Disabilities of, 157
  • Trade Unionists and Picketing, 377, 707
  • Trades Union Congress, 337
  • Trades Unions, French, 705
  • Trading, Municipal, on the Clyde, 128
  • Train Indicators, 1, 39, 75
  • Train-Signalling Apparatus, Metzger's, 39
  • Train Speeds, 247 „ . _ ......
  • Train Velocity Recorder at Pan* Exhibition, 74
  • Trains, Tractive Force Resistance and Acceleration, 361
  • Tramcar (Brill). 267. See Lnwi, 415
  • Tramway Construction, by Mr. W. Dawson, 361, 480
  • Tramway Isjcomotive (Swiss Company) at Paris Exhibition, 797
  • Tramway Plant, Coat ol Electric, 112
  • Tramway Power Station at Zurich/'!*!
  • Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 732, 760
  • Tramway. See also Traction
  • Tramway., Electric, and the Field they Produce, 844
  • Tramways and Municipal Opposition on the
  • Tramways at Orleans, Electric Plant, 526
  • Tramways, Tokyo Electric, Traction, 76S
  • Tramways. See also Qae-Driven Pouvr Plant
  • Transatlantic Records, 2*7, 833
  • Transbaikal Hei lun zagan Railway, 186
  • Transmission by Continuous Currents, 306. See
  • Power Station, Electric
  • Transmission ol Power by Electricity III Factories, 147. See also Potccr
  • Transportation, its Influence in Civilisation, 9
  • Transvaal War. See War in South Africa
  • Trials ol Royal Yacht " Viotoria and Albert," 308
  • Tricycles. See Cycles
  • Triphase and Monophase Generator (Helios Company X 12. See also Electric
  • LVusnsinn Vnirinpil Sp
  • "nple-Expansion Engines. See Engine
  • ‘rolley “
  • Omnibus, 360
  • "rank. Grand Railway, 29
  • "rusts in Practice, 215
  • "ubc-Bending Machine, Donaldson s, 249
  • "uiie Expander, Burton's Plastic Pressure, 793
  • "ills’ Railways in I sin (ion, 707
  • "lilies, Klcctrodlalvanising Boiler, 130
  • rubes, Ignition in Gas Engines, 148
  • "uning-Fork Cyclometer, 847
  • runnel Railways on the Three-Wire System,
  • 160
  • rurbine. Cost ol Power Irom, 331, 351, 390
  • rurhinc Destroyer “ Viper," Coal Consumption,
  • 307. See l.rrrsR
  • rurbine-Propelled Boat, “ Viper," Trials ol, 86
  • See LKTTKRS, 161, 344
  • rurbine (Steam) Driven Locomotives, 128
  • rurbine, Steam. Parsons', Tests ol, 830
  • rurbines, Laval Steam, 149, 217
  • furret lathe, Conradson Semi-Automatic, 713
  • furret lathe Work at Paris Exhibition, 506. See
  • also Alachinc Toole
  • rurrcts, Gun, in United States Battleships, 793
  • [SvinbeiTOW, Mr. J. D., on Capacity ol Railway
  • Wagons and Cost ol Transport, 658, 680, 716. See LKTTKRS
  • Twin-Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Tyler, Edward H., on Electrical Locomotives and Multiple Driven Axles, 806
  • Tyre Profile Machine at Paris Exhibition, 74
  • Underfeed American Stoker, 532
  • Undertakings, Legal Liabilities ol Electrical, 20
  • Union Company (Germany) Bridge - Building Exhibit at Paris, 554 See also Orman Bridie*
  • Union, Trades, Congress, 337. See also Industrial Xotce
  • Union, Trade, TalT Vale Railway and, 377, 706
  • Unions, Duties ol Trades, 712
  • Unionists, Disabilities ol Trade, 167
  • Unionists, Trade, and Picketing on the Taff Vale Railway, 377, 706
  • United 8tat« Battleship* ‘'Kearaarve and •• Kentucky," Double Gun Turret*, 793
  • United States Competition. See Competition. See Larrais , „ ...... .
  • United States Court, Portal to (Pans Exhibition),
  • United States Experimental Model Tank, 7«*
  • United States Naval Court at Pan* Exhibition, ttii
  • United States Naval Engineers, 740
  • United States Railways, 570
  • United States See *l*o American
  • United States Shipbuilding r. European. 628
  • United States Ship “ Massachusetts," Coaling at Sea, 797
  • United States Shipping Bountie*, 7«3, 828
  • United States Steel Shipped Direct to Europe, 837
  • United States, Steel Rail* in, 11, 33, 08
  • United States Textile Court at Paris Exhibition,
  • United States Trade and Shipping, 742. See 703, 828
  • United Slates Universities and Colley**, 92
  • Unit**, Magnetic, 270
  • Universal Directory of Railway Officials, 209
  • Universal Wood Worker (Robinson, Rochdale), 118
  • University at Tokyo, 474
  • “Vaderland,” Steamship (Brown and Co.X 60
  • Value of Horse-Power, 148
  • Valve Gear, Berth’s Locomotive, 1
  • Valve Gear, (’oilman, 698
  • Valve Gear, Dujardin, 264
  • Valve (lear, 100 Horse-Power Engine (BeerX 737
  • Valve Gear, Lefer (Weyher and Richmond), 131
  • Valve Gear, Revolving Slide (SulcerX 533
  • Valve Ciear, Sulxer, Rolling Lever, 533
  • Valve Gear, Trip (Corel Freres, Ghent), 79
  • Valves of Van den Kerchove's Engine, 434
  • Van den Zypen and Charlier’s Exhibit at Paris, 497
  • “ Variag,” Russian Cruiser, 766
  • Varnishes, Composition aud Classification of, 793
  • Vaughan, Mr. Thomas, 737
  • Vehicles, Road, Resistance to Traction, 127
  • Velocity Reconler at Paris Exhibition, 74. See also Train
  • Ventilation and Winds in Town, 402
  • Ventilator, Simpson's Diaphragm, 81 Viagraph, 327
  • “Victoria and Albert,’* Trials of Royal Yacht, 306
  • Victoria Works, Rugby, 7
  • “ Viper,” Turbine Ih^stroyer, Coal Consumption of, 3u7. See Lmu
  • “ Viper,” Turbine - Driven Torj»edo - Boot Destroyer, 161, 344
  • ** Viper,” Turbine Propeller. Torpedo - Boat, Trials of, 86, 307. See LKITES
  • Vision Phenomena, 574
  • Visit of American Engineers to Berlin, 158
  • Volt and Ammeter, Professor Baily*s, 461
  • Volt-Ampere Curve, 485
  • Voltmeters, Phase-Turning Apparatus. 627
  • Vulcan Company's Exhibit at Paris, 455
  • Vulcan Company, Stettin, Twin-Screw Steamship “ Deutschland.” 381, 532, 610, 602, 723, 703, 823. See Erratum, 573
  • Wagon, 2»-Ton Metre Gauge, at Paris Exhibition, 262
  • Wagons, Allen’s Military, 768 Wagoos, Long Railway, 744
  • Wagons, Midi Railway, 755
  • Wagons. Railway, Capacity and Cost of Transport, 658, 680, 710. See LKTTEBS
  • Wales, Engineering in, 614, 046 Waltham Abbey Powder Works, 127 War in South Africa, 15
  • Warming Buildings, 114 Warship Construction in 1900, 800, 838
  • Warship Design, 829. See 765

Warships :

  • Belleville Boilers, Report of Trials of “ Highflyer,” “ Minerva,” and “ Diana,” 89,123,183, 278
  • Dutch Torpedo-Boat* “ Hydra ” and “ Scylla ” (Messrs. Yarrow and Co., Poplar), 78
  • French Navy, 470
  • H.M. Cruiser “Hogue” (Vipers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited), 210
  • Her Majestv's Ships Built and Building in 1900, 800, '838
  • Japanese Battleship “ Mikasa” (Vickers). 630
  • Japanese Cruiser “ Hat-use ” (ElswickX 776 I*aunch in Ja|vanese I>ockyard, 307
  • Launch of United States Battleship and Cmiser, 829 Naval Statistics, 471
  • Navy Boiler Committee, 183, 278. See also N a rai Kivjinerrt
  • Position of Naval Engineers, 503, 003
  • Russian Cruiser “ Variag” (Cramps), 765 Submarine Boats at Sea, Safety of, 176
  • Torpedo-Boats at Sea, Safety of, 830
  • Turbine-Propelled Torpedo-Boat “Viper,” Coal Consumption of, 307. See LETTERS, 131, 344
  • Turbine-Propelled Torpedo-Boat “Viper,” Trials of, 80. See LETTER
  • United States Battleship and Cruiser Design, 829
  • United 8tates Experimental Ship Model Tank, 765
  • United States Steamships “ Kearsarge ” and “ Kentucky,” Double Gun Turrets, 793
  • United States Steamship “Massachusetts,” Coaling at Sea, 797
  • Warship Construction in 1900, 806, 838
  • Warwick Feed Heater, 345 Waste of Shipping. 308
  • Water. Acidity of Moorland, 530 Water Filtration, 11, 40, 95
  • Water Filtration, Bacterial, 11, 40. See LETTERS, 95
  • Water Gas, Mr. Carl Dellvrik on, 250
  • Water Heater and Detartariwr, 345
  • Water, Heating by Hot, from Central Station, 114
  • Water, Molecular Constitution of, 789, 808
  • Water Piping, Wooden, 79
  • Water Power, Cost of, 331, 351, 390
  • Water Power, Holyoke, 572
  • Water Power in Norway, 277
  • Water Power in Sweden, 05
  • Water Softening at Lorain lllast-Furnaces, 143
  • Water, Some Peculiarities of, 709, 808
  • Water Sterilisation by Electricity (Paris Exhibition), 001
  • Water Supply of Ancient Rome, 170
  • Water Supply, Copenhagen, 413
  • Water Supply, Godaiming, 139, 197. See LETTER
  • Water Supply, Mr. Mansergh on, 004, 012, 047, 079
  • Water Supply of Paris, 542
  • Water-Tube, Boiler, Bending Machine, 249
  • Water-Tube Boiler Committee, 183
  • Water-Tube Boilers, 128, 445. See also Natal Engineer*
  • Water-Tube Boilers in Navy, Report and Debate on, 89, 123, 183, 278
  • Water-Tube Boilers in Wilson Line, 638
  • Water Works, Bradford, 326, 349
  • Water Works Schemes in Parliament, 700
  • Watering Streets by Motor Cara, 353
  • Waterways Between White Sea and Baltic, 277
  • Waterworks, Godaiming, 139, 197. See LETTER, 220
  • Water Works, Staines, 6
  • Watson, Mr. James, on the Bradford Water Works, 326, 349
  • Wattmeter and Maximum Demand Indicator, 362
  • Watts Multiple Sight Feed Lubricator, 177
  • Waxes, Electric, on Parallel Wires, 430. See 0$ciilatiouM
  • Weakest Links (Engine Breakdowns), 375
  • Weather and North Atlantic in 1898-9, 463
  • Weaver River Swing-Bridges, 757
  • Weaving Machine at Paris Exhibition, 567, 054
  • Webster, Mr. W. 1L, on International Methods of Testing, 166, 193, 282. See also Specification*
  • Wehnelt Interrupters for Spectroscopy, 380
  • Weights of Steel, 83
  • Welding by Aluminium-Thermit, 380, 386, 450
  • Welding. Electric, 379 Welsh Mines, 614, 640
  • W’estinghouse Signalling Apparatus at Boston, 257
  • W’estwood v. Bailey, Toms, and Co., 48. See LETTERS, 95
  • Wex her-Richmond and Creil, 1000 Horse-Power Engine and Dynamo, 131
  • Wheatstone Bridge, 429,715
  • Wheel-Cutting Machine at Paris Exhibition, 498
  • Wheel Tyre I'rofile Machine at Paris Exhibition, 74
  • White Sea and Baltic, Connection Between, 277
  • Whitehead's Isochronous Governor, 27
  • Wigham's Lighted Buoy, 479
  • WlgseU's Double Triple-Expansion Engine, 311
  • Willans and Robinson's Works, Rugby, 7
  • Wilson Filter Press, 63
  • Wilson Line Steamers, Water - Tube Boilers, 038
  • Wind Power for Electric Generators, 541
  • Wind Recording Apparatus. 508
  • Wind, Refraction of Sound by, 715
  • Winding Engine at the Garesfield and Derxxent- haugh Incline, 45, 116. See LETTER
  • Windlass and Capstan Gear, Twin-Screw Steamship “ Deutschland," 610
  • Winds in Town and Ventilation, 462
  • Wine, Sterilising, 507
  • Wireless Telegraphy at Borkum Lightship. 476
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 413, 432. Bee Erratum, 436
  • Wireless Telephony, 432. 8ee 413, 436
  • Wiring, Electric, 190 Wood Preserving, 117
  • Wood. 8upply of, United States. 606
  • Wood-Working Machinery (Robinson, Rochdale), 46, 118. See Machine 'Tool*
  • Wooden Water Pining, 79 Woolcombers, Effluents at Bradford, 531
  • Wool Weaving Machinery at Paris Exhibition, 587, 654
  • Workmen's Compensation, 21, 25, 102, 117, 162, 411, 442
  • Workmen’s Compensation, Statist:cs, 411, 442

Works:

  • Works’ Methods, Iraproxing, 124
  • Workshop Buildings, 394
  • Workshop Methods. Reorganising, 124
  • Wreck Raising, Notes on, by Mr. D. W. Noakes, 222
  • Wright System of Electric Supply, 362
  • Yacht Displacement, Diagram of Sail Area and, 779
  • Yacht, Trial of the Royal, 308
  • Yarrow Torpedo-Boat* for the Dutch Navy, 78
  • Yaryan, Mr. H. T., on Hot Water Heating, 114
  • Year-Books, 607
  • Yeast, Chinese, in Oolette-Boidin Process, 523
  • Yorkshire Light Railways, 635
  • Young Engineers, 343. 381, 415, 445, 446, 477, 478, 509, 543, 544 , 574 , 575, 008, 009, 639, 640, 676, 676, 712
  • Zinc, Pure, 744
  • Zincing Boiler Tubes by Electricity, 130
  • Zurich Ga*-Driven Power Station, 287
  • Zurich-Seehach Tramway Gas-Driven Power Station, 399

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