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Engineering 1901 Jul-Dec: General Index.
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  • ACCOUNTS in Engineering Works, 1, 42, 141, 174, 414, 491, 701, 733
  • Accumulator, Regenerative Steam, 391, 466
  • Acetylene and Calcium Carbide, 158, 813
  • Adam, Mr. J. Millen, on Graphic Analyses of Propeller Reactions, 392, 429
  • Admiralty Secrecy, 257. See 189
  • Admiralty Works Department, 615
  • Admiralty. See also Navy
  • Advertisements and Trade Libels, 685
  • Africa. See South Africa
  • Agricultural Machinery, Canadian, 391, 445, 497
  • Agricultural Machinery and Implements, 811
  • Agricultural Society Show at Cardiff, 2
  • Air-Compressor, " Boreas," 480
  • Air-Compressor, Hydraulic, 114
  • Air-Compressors, Vertical Compound (D. Stewart and Co.), 610
  • Air Currents in Churches, 440
  • Air, Liquid, Pictet's Oxygen Separation Process, 368
  • Air Pressures used in Playing Brass Instruments, 850
  • Air. See also Compressed Air
  • Alcohol for Colleges, Duty-Free, 543
  • Alcohol Engines for Motor Cars, 525
  • Aldrich, W. S., on the Requirements of Electricity in Manufacturing Work, 21, 68
  • Alkali Trade, Recent Development, 489
  • Alkali Trades, 54
  • Alkali Vapours, Electrolysis of, 477
  • A.E.G. Alternators, Construction and Systematic Manufacture of, 173, 205, 240, 277
  • Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft Works, S, 38, 40
  • Allis Engines at Glasgow, 25. See also Glasgow Corporation Tramways
  • Allotropic Silver, Potential DifferencEs of, 476
  • Alloys, 546
  • Alloys of Aluminium, 436, 464
  • Alloys of Copper, Iron, and Steel, 353, 850
  • Alloys of Copper and Tin, Microscopical Examination of, 877
  • Alloys, French Research, 207
  • Alloys, Nickel, Flame Coloration and Spectrum of, 546
  • Almanacs. See Literature
  • Alternating Current Systems of Distribution, 396
  • Alternators. See Electric
  • Aluminium Combine, 225
  • Aluminium, the Commercial Importance of, 436, 464
  • Amalgamations of United States Railways, 841
  • America. See United States
  • American v. British Engine Design for Electric Traction,*648. See also Glasgow Corporation Tramways
  • American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 455, 656
  • American Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • American Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • American Mines Annual, 878
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
  • Ammonia Action on Metals at Higher Temperatures, 545
  • Ammonia Compressors, 227, 296
  • Amsterdam Gas-Holder, 360
  • Angle-Bevelling Machine (Davis and Primrose, Leith), 706
  • Anglo-Chinese Coal Developments, 261
  • Anglo-Spanish Iron Combine, 523. See LETTER, 648
  • Annealing of Iron, 227
  • Annuals and Year-Books. See Literature
  • Antarctic Expedition Ship " Discovery," the Magnetic Work on,510
  • Antimony Prices. ee Metal Price Diagrams
  • Apprenticeship Education, 472, 604, 619, 640. See also Education
  • Arbitration and Arbitrators (Legal), 155
  • Architectural Side of Engineering, 716. See LETTERS
  • Armorl Elec' ro-Capillary Relay, 782
  • Armour-Piercing Projectiles, 128
  • Armour-Protected French Torpedo-Boats, 577
  • Armoured Cruisers. See Warships
  • Armoured Hose-Pipe, Wallach's, 49. See Erratum, 128
  • Army Transport Service, United States, E6, 80, 214
  • Arrangement and Equipment of Shipbuilding Works, 159, 169, 183, 215. See 579
  • Arsenic in Beer and Food Articles, Estimation of, 543. See 413
  • Arsenic Industry, Position of, 223
  • Artillery. See Guns
  • Ashford, John, on Tooling of Machines, f05, 539, 602
  • Askam Iron Works, 178. See 66
  • Askam Iron Works, Compound Blowing Engine at the, 365. See 178
  • Assouan Dam, Nile Valley Irrigation, 311, 336. See 329, 492, and Erratum, 426
  • Astronomical Papers at the British Association, 511
  • Asymmetry of the Zeeman Effect, 632
  • Atlantic Liner, Twin-Screw Steamer " liron prinz Wilhelm," 370, 458
  • Atlantic Liners v. Naval Ships, Weight and Space Occupied by Engines, 272, 303
  • Atlantic Liners, Passenger Revenue, 303
  • "Atmah," Lengthening the Steam Yacht, 182
  • Atmosphere Exploration by Kites, 514, 757
  • Atmospheric Transparency, 835
  • Atomic Theory, 401
  • Attendants, Engine and Boiler, Certification, 191
  • Australian Copper Shipments, 844
  • Australian Patents, 263
  • Australian Railways, 348, 386
  • Australian, South, Railways and Colonial Trade, 685. See also .New South Wales
  • Austria-Hungary, Calcium Carbide and Acetelene in, 813
  • Automatic Guns, Vickers', 233
  • Automatic Lighting and Extinguishing Street Gas Lamps, 322.
  • Automatic Machines. See Lathes, &c.
  • Automatic Railway Coupler, Geoghegan's, 49
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Auxiliary Machinery in Warships, 300
  • Bacteria Beds, Sewage, 546
  • Bacterial Treatment of Sewage, 319, 810
  • Balancing of Locomotives, 700, 726; 7E5. See LETTERS
  • Balancing of Marine Engines, Macalpine's Solution of Problem, 7, 63, 97. See LETTERS, 47, 92, 128, 589, 626
  • Baldwin Locomotives at Buffalo Exhibition, 827
  • Baling Cotton, 115
  • Ball Bearings, 115
  • Balloons. See Kites
  • Ball) mena, Boiler Explosion at, 62
  • Baltic-North Sea Canal, 261
  • Baltic and White Sea Canal, 91, 348
  • Bang's Electric Lamp, 812
  • Barbette and Turret Mountings, 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Bardwell Votometer, 115
  • Barges for Warships, 392, 431
  • Barometer, Seismograph as a Sensitive, 513
  • Barr, Stroud, and Becker Electric Clocks, 117
  • Barrier for Foreshore Reclamation,'179
  • Barrow Docks and Railways, 159, 285
  • Barrow Electric, Water, and Sewage Works, 180
  • Barrow Hematite Steel Works, 178, 710
  • Barrow Meeting of the Institution of Mechanical
  • Engineers, 159, 178
  • Barrow Pulp Worts, 180
  • Barton, Mr. James, on Proposed Irish Tunnel, 336, 387. See LETTERS, 457, 481
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Beacon Towers, French, 189, 419. See also 401, 421, 496, 564
  • Beacons, Petroleum Lamps for, 401. See also 389, 410, 424, 496, 5e4
  • Beams, Critical Point in, 440
  • Beams, Moments of Resistance of, 753, 783
  • Bearings, Ball Step, 115
  • Becker Electric Clocks, 117
  • Becquerel Gravitation Balance, 510
  • Beer and Food, Estimation of Arsenic in, 543. See 413
  • Belgian Light Railways, Electricity on the, 491
  • Belgium Steel Works and Shipbuilding (John Cockerill), 832
  • Bell, Mr. Horace, on Cheaper Railway Fares, 387, 930
  • Belleville Boiler Problems, 121. See also 124, 283, 291. 296, 371. See Erratum 494
  • Belleville Water-Tube Boilers, Navy Committee's Report, 121, 124, 283, 291, 994. See LETTERS, 296, 371
  • Bellis' Engines, 813.
  • Ben Nevis Observatory Results, 514
  • Berlin Electric Elevated and Underground Railway, 75
  • Berlin, Electrical Work s in. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Berlin and Hamburg High-Speed Railway, 261, 361, 369, 558
  • Berths, Roofed-in, Cranes for Shipbuilding, 183. See 579
  • Bessemer Iron and Spectroscopy, 356
  • Bessemer Converter for Copper Manufacture, 708
  • Bevelling Machine, Shipbuilders' Angle, 706
  • Bibliography of Chemistry, 507
  • Biddell, The late Mr. G. A., 24. See LETTER, 47
  • Bilbao River and Harbour, 388, 460
  • Bilgram Bevel-Gear Cutter at the Stanley Show, 731
  • Bingham and Hylard Rifle, 686
  • Birmingham Water Works, 358
  • Blackpool Electricity Works, 180
  • Blake-Denison Continuous Weighing Machine, 483
  • Blast-Furnace Bosh, A Water-Cooled, 66
  • Blast-Furnace Gas for Engines, 354, 848
  • Blast-Furnaces, Barrow, 710. See 178
  • Bleaching Plant, Mather's, 441
  • Blowing Engine at the Askam Iron Works, Compound, 365. See 178
  • Board of Trade and Municipal imi, 416
  • Boats of Warships, 392, 431
  • Bogie Trucks and Motor for Italian Tramways, 515
  • Boiler and Engine Attendants' Certification, 191
  • Boiler Explosion at Ballymena, 62
  • Boiler Explosion near Chelmsford, 527
  • Boiler Explosion at Gorton, 663
  • Boiler Explosion at Lei' h, 846
  • Boiler Explosion near Wakefield, 766
  • Boiler Explosion at Wellington, 264
  • Boiler Feed Pumps, Laniont's, 325
  • Boiler Feed-Water Filter, 837
  • Boiler Feed-Water Purification and Softening, 595. See LETTER, 681
  • Boiler, Light-Oil Fuel (Merryweather), 877
  • Boiler Problems in Mercantile Marine, 270
  • Boiler Steam Pipes, 587
  • Boiler-Tube Scraper, 136
  • Boiler of Twin-Screw Steamer "Ortona," 268
  • Boilers, Navy, 121, 124, 283, 291, 296, 371. See 494
  • Boilers. See also Wafer-Tube Boilers
  • Bolt-Driving Machines, Hydraulic, 281
  • Books Received, 239, 281, 507, 601, 863
  • "Boreas" Air-Compressor, 980
  • Poring and Facing Machines 115
  • Boring and Hydraulic Bolt.Driving Machine, Vertical, 281
  • Boring Machine (Sharp, Stewart, and Co.), 46
  • Boring and Turning Machine, Heavy Horizontal, 374. See Errata, 909
  • "Borne and "Sokoto," Cargo Steamer Engines (Vickers), 272, 300
  • Boston Tramway Subways, 777. See New Fork Eul,way. See LwrrEns, 814
  • Boufflesdorp Goldfields, 319
  • Bounties, Shipping, 572. See 411
  • Brake, Tramcar Emergency, 61
  • Brass Instruments, Musical, Air Pressures used in Playing, 850
  • Breakwater Construction at Bilbao, 3E8, 460
  • Breakwater, Zeebrugge, 388
  • Brebner, Alan, on Improved Rapid-Group Flashing Lights, 389, 564, See also 401, 419, 424, 496
  • Breech Mechanism of Vickers' Guns, 148
  • Brewers' Exhibition, 587
  • 'Bribery, Prevention of, 67 See LETTER, 194
  • Brickmaking, 318
  • Bridge Bill, Shields, 126
  • Bridge-Building and Pneumatic Tools, 391, 614
  • Bridge, Foot-,over the Seine at Paris, 325
  • Bridge Foundations, Monier Cylinders for, 224
  • Bridge Opening at Winnington, E63
  • Bridge, Redheugh, over the Tyne, 484, 550, 644
  • Bridge, Tal-y Cafn, North Wales, 46, 145. See LETTERS, 2e4, 296
  • Bridges, Chinese, 437
  • Bridges, Conveyor, 525
  • Bridges, Design and Architecture of, 716. See LETTERS
  • Bridges over the Victoria Station, Nottingham 830
  • Brighton to London Express Line, 526, 557
  • Brinell's Method of Determining Hardness, &c., of Iron and Steel, 356
  • Bristol Sewage Filtration, Continuous, 810
  • British v. American Engine Design for Electric Traction, 648. See also Glasgow Tramway Power Engine

British Association:

  • 369, 401, 436, 472, 510, 542, 570, 604, 640 Presidential Address (Professor A. W. Rticker), Atomic Theory, 901
  • Engineering Section, 401, 436
  • The President's Address, by Colonel R. E. Crompton. (a) Modern Development of Passenger and Goods Traffic, as Affecting Carriage on Railways, Tramways, and Ordi-nary Roads ; (b) Standardisation and Inter-changeability ; (c) The National Physical Laboratory, 401, 917
  • The Mechanical Exhibits in the Glasgow Exhibition, by Mr. D. H. Morton, 401
  • Long Continuous-Burning Petroleum Lamps for Buoys and Beacons, by Mr. John R. Wigham, 401. See also 389, 419, 424, 496, 564
  • New Scintillating Lighthouse Light, by Mr. John R. Wigham, 401. See also 3E9, 4]9, 424, 496, 564
  • A Recording Manometer for High-Pressure Explosives, by Mr. J. E. Petavel, 902
  • Report of the Committee on Resistance cf Road Vehicles to Traction, 402
  • Railway Rolling Stock, Present and Future, by Mr. Norman D. Macdonald, 403
  • The Panama Canal, by Mr. P. Baunu Varilla, 404
  • A Leaf-Arrester for Intercepting Leaves in the Intake of a Water Supply, by the Earl Rosso, 404
  • The Protection of Public Buildings from
  • Lightning, by Mr. Killingworth Hedges, Cid The Commercial Importance of Aluminium, by Professor E. Wilson, 436, 464
  • Bridges in China, by Mr. R. ckhart Jack, 437
  • Recording Soundings by Photography, by Mr. J. Dillon, 437
  • Size of Waves Observed at Sea, by Mr. Vaughan Cornish, 437
  • Report of the Committee on the Small Screw Gauge, 437, 563
  • A Portable Folding Range-Finder for Use with Infantry, by Professor G. Forbes, 437 Machinery for Engraving, by Mr. Mark Barr 439
  • Recent Developments of Chain Driving, by Mr. C. R. Garrard, 440
  • Measurement of the Hardness of Materials by Indentation by a Steel Sphere, by Mr. T. A. Hearson, 440
  • The Critical Point in Rolled Steel Joists, by Mr. E. r. Edwards, 440
  • Air Currents in Churches, by Mr. J. W Thomas, 440
  • The Physical and Chemical Sections, 472, 5:0
  • Presidential Address, by Major MacMahon, 472
  • Teaching of Mathematics (Discussion), 472. See also 604, 606, 640
  • Spherical Trigonometry, by Professors A. G. Greenhill and C. V. Boys, 473
  • The Simple Pendulum without Approximation, by Professor Greenhill, 478
  • The National Physical Laboratory. Report by Dr. R. T. Glazebrook, 473
  • A New Unit of Pressure, by Dr. C. E. Guillaume, 474
  • A New Gauge for Small Pressures, by Professor E. W. Morley and Mr. Charles F. Brush, 474
  • Transmission of Heat through Water Vapour, by Professor E. W. Morley and Mr. Charles F. Brush, 475
  • Comparison of Constant Volume and Constant Pressure Scales for Hydrogen between 0 Deg. and — 190 Deg. Cent., by Dr. W. Travers and Mr. G. Senter, 475
  • A Method of Determining the Specific Heats of Metals at Low Temperatures, by Messrs. 0. Bedford and C. F. Green, 475
  • Variation of the Specific Heat of Water, by Professor Callendar, 475
  • Variation of the Critical Velocity of Water with Temperature, by Dr. Barnes and Mr. K J. Coker, 475
  • The Clearing of Turbid Solutions. by Professor G. Quincke, 475
  • Hydrostatic Pressure, by Professor Ramsay and Mr. G. Senter, 476
  • Elastic Fatigue of Metals and Wood, by Professor A. Gray and Messrs. J. S. Dunlop and A. Wood, 476
  • Temperature and Internal Viscosities of Solids, by Professor Gray, 476
  • Electrical Standards. Committee Report, by Dr. Glazebrook, 476
  • Silver Voltameters, by Mr. S. Skinner, 476 .

Potential Differences of Allotropic Silver, by Mr. J. A. Craw, 476

  • Determination of the Surface Tension of Mercury by the Method of Ripples, by Mr. J. A. Craw, 476
  • Effect of Non-Electrolytes on the Lippmann Electrometer, by Mr. J. A. Craw, 476
  • The Theory of the Lippmann Electrometer, by Mr. F. G. Cottrell, 476
  • Freezing Points of Dilute Solutions, by Mr. E. H. Griffiths, 476
  • Electrolysis of Alkali Vapours, by Dr. H. K. Wilson, 477
  • Conduction of Electricity through Mercury Vapours, by Professor A. Schuster, 477
  • Interference and Polarisation of Electric Waves, by Professor G. Quincke, 477
  • Change of Conductivity of Metallic Particles under Cyclic Electromotive Variations, by Professor Jagadis Chunder Bose, 477
  • Magnetic Effects of Convection Currents, by Dr. Cremieu 510
  • Viscosity of dagnetisable Liquids and Solids in Magnetic Fields, by Professor A. Gray, 510
  • Magnetisation and Electrical Conductivity of
  • Iron and Nickel, by Mr. G. Barlow, 510 Magnetic Work on Board the " Discovery," by
  • Dr. Captain Creak, and Dr. Glazebrook, 510
  • New Form of Permeameter, by Professor F. G. Bally, 510
  • Gravitation, by Dr. Cremieu, 510
  • Photo-Electric Cells, by Mr. G. M. Minchin, 510
  • Radiation of Heat and Light from Polished and Dull Surfaces, by Dr. J. T. Bottoinley, 511. See LETTER, 626
  • Glasses for Scientific Purposes, Discussion, 511
  • Diffraction Gratings, by Mr. H. S. Allen, Dr. J. Kerr, and Dr. G. J. Stoney ; Resolving Power, by Professor Everett, 511
  • The Michelson-Morley Effect, by Principal Hicks, 511
  • The Necessity for Postulating an Ether, by Mr. B. Hopkinson, 511
  • Absolute Amount of Gravitational Matter in any Large Volume of Interstellar Space, by Lord Kelvin, 511
  • Astronomical Papers, 51 t
  • Presidential Address, by Professor H. H. Turner, 511
  • Automatic Eclipse Observations, by Professor D. P. Todd, 512
  • On the Position of a Planet beyond Neptune, by Professor G. Forbes, 512
  • Drift in Longitude of Groups of Sun Faculte, by Rev. A. L. Cortie, 512
  • A Long Period Solar Variation, by Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer, 513
  • Meteorological Papers, 513
  • Seismological Investigations, by Mr. J. Milne, 513
  • Seismograph Records at Kew, by Dr. (Three, 513
  • An Attempt to Measure Earth Movements at Ridgeway Fault, in Dorsetshire, by Mr. Horace Darwin, 513
  • The Seismograph as a Sensitive Barometer, by Mr. F. Napier Dennison, 613
  • Underground Temperature, by Professor J. D. Everett, 513
  • The Ben Nevis Committee Report, by Dr. A. Buchan, 514
  • Seasonable Temperature Variations in the British Isles, and Wind Direction, by Mr. W. N. Shaw and Mr. R. Waley Cohen, 514
  • Effect of Sea Temperature .on the Seasonal Variations, by Mr. W. N. Shaw, 514
  • Systematic Exploration of the Atmosphere at Sea by Means of Kites, by Mr. A. Laurence Rotch, 514
  • The Chemical Section, 642
  • The Position of British Chemistry at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century, Presidential Address, by Professor Percy Frankland, 542
  • Some Points in Chemical Education, by Professor Joji Sakurai, 513
  • The Coal Tar Industry, by Dr. A. G. Green, 543
  • Duty-Free Alcohol, by Dr. W. T. Lawrence, 543
  • Estimation of Arsenic in Beer and Food Articles, by Mr. W. Thom3on, 543
  • Minute Structure of Metals, by Mr. G. T. Beilby, 543
  • The Action of Ammonia on Metals at Higher Teniperatures, by Dr. G. G. Henderson and Mr. Beilby, 545
  • The Nature of Alloys, by Messrs. F. H. Neville and C. T. Haycock, 546
  • Radium, by Professor W. Marckwald, 546 Hydration of Tin, including the Action of
  • Light, by Dr. J. II. Gladstone, 546 Transitional Forms between Colloids and Crystalloids, by Dr. J. H. Gladstone and Mr. J. Hibbert, 546
  • Salt Separation and Oceanic Salt Deposit, by Dr. E. F. Armstrong, 546
  • Distribution of Chlorine in Yorkshire, by Mr. W. Ackroyd, 546
  • The Inverse . Relation of Chlorine to Rainfall, by Mr. W. Ackroyd, 546
  • Sewage Bacteria Beds, by Professor Letts and by Mr. R. F. Blake, 546
  • Humus, and the Irreducible Residue in the
  • Treatment of Sewage, by Dr. S. Rideal, 546 Sulphuric Acid as a Typhoid Disinfectant, by Dr. Rideal, 546
  • The Nomenclature of the Ions, by Professor J. Walker, 516
  • Electrolytic Conductivity of Halogen Acid Solutions, by Dr. J. Gibson, 546
  • Methods of Determining the Hydrolytic Dis-sociation of Salts, by Dr. Farmer, 546
  • Influence of Solvents in the Rotation of Optically Active Compounds, by Dr. T. S. Patterson, 546
  • The Flame Coloration and Spectrum of Nickel
  • Compounds, by Dr. P. J. Hartog, 546 The Genesis of Matter, by Professor Arthur Michael, 546
  • Spectroscopy, Committee Reports, 546 Structure of Crystals, Report by Dr. W.
  • Barlow and Professor H. A. Miers, 547
  • Economic Science and Statistics, 570. See 451
  • President's Address, by Sir Robert Giffen, 451, 570
  • The Postulates of the Standard, by Mr. W. W. Carlile, M.A., 572
  • Some Notes on the Output of Coal from the Scottish Coalfields, by Mr. R. W. Dron, 572
  • The Growth and Graphical Distribution of Lunacy in Scotland, by Mr. J. F. Sutherland, M.D. , 672
  • Shipping Subsidies, by Mr. B. W. Ginsburg, LL.D., 572
  • Thirty Years' Export Trade, British and Irish Produce, 1870-99, by Mr. B. Ellinger, 573
  • A Business Man on Supply and Demand, by Mr. T. S. Cree, 574
  • Economics and Commercial Education, by L. L. Price, M.A., 574
  • The Economic Effect of the Tramways Act, 1870, by Mr. E. F. Vesey Knox, M.A , 576
  • EducaUonai Sciewe Section, 601, 640
  • President's Address, by Sir John Gor8t, M.P., 604, 619
  • The Organisation of Secondary Education, by Sir Henry Roscoe, F.R.S., 604
  • The Mechanism of Education in Scotland, by Mr. John Adams, M.A., B.Sc., 605
  • Training of the Practical Person, by Dr. J. G. Kerr, 605
  • Organisation of Education in Glasgow, by Dr. W. Jacks, 605
  • The Future Work of the Section, by Professor H. E. Armstrong, F.R.S., 605
  • The Experimental Method of Teaching, by Professor L. C. Miall, F.R.S., 605
  • The Scope of Educational Science, by Pro- fessor H. L. Withers, M.A., 606
  • Some Considerations Bearing on the Practical Svudy of Educational Science, by Mr. P. A. Barnett, M.A., 606
  • On the Teaching of Mathematics, by Professor Perry, F.R.S., 472, 606
  • Joint Meeting with Section K. Discussion on the Teaching of Botany, opened by Professor Bower and Harold Wager, 606 See 472
  • Report of Committee on Science Teaching in Elementary Schools, 606
  • Discussion on Commercial Education, opened by Mr. L. L. Price, 640
  • Discussion on the Influence of Universities and Examining Bodies upon the Curricula of Secondary Schools. Opened by the Bishop of Hereford and Mr. H. W. Eve, 642
  • British Chemistry Progress, 542
  • British Columbian Coal, 369, 412
  • British and Foreign Shipping and Shipbuilding, 433. See 411
  • British Iron Ore Supply, 20
  • British Isles, Seasonable Temperature Variations, 514
  • British Railway Construction, 526
  • British Railway Economics, 52t
  • British Railway Practice, 588
  • British Ships, Foreigners on, 223
  • British Trade with Cuba and the Philippines, 841 British v. United States Coal-Mining, 317
  • British v. United States Workshops and Work- men, 858
  • British Warships. See Warships
  • British Warships Built and Tried in 1901, 844, 876 Brown and Co., John, Shipbuilding and Engi¬neering Works at Clydebank, 242, 275
  • Brown's Cantilever Crane for Ship Berths, 183. See 579
  • Bruhn, Mr. J., on the Transverse Strength of Ships, 530
  • Buchholtz, Naval Constructor von, on the Con¬structive Development of the Dtirr Boiler, 80, 130, 164. See 'Arms, 194, 263, 296
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway Com-pound Locomotives, 313. 463
  • Buffalo Exhibition, Railway Exhibits at, 827 Buildings; Air Currents in, 440
  • Buildings, Protection from Lightning, 436 Buildings, Victoria Station, Nottingham, 799. See 672, 736, 830
  • Bulkhead Doors, Ships', Hydraulically-Operated, 48
  • " Bull " Electric Motor, 365
  • Buoyancy of Ships, 429
  • Buoys, Lighted, on the Scottiih and Isle of Man Coasts, 389, 496. See 401, 419, 424, 564
  • Buoys, Lightships, and Lighthouses in France, Improvements, 389, 419. See also 401, 424, 496, 564
  • Burners, Incandescent Oil, for Lighthouse Illu-mination, 389, 419. See also 401, 424, 496, 664
  • Burstall, Professor F. W., on Gas Engine Re-search, 667, 592, 628, 637, 663. See Lirrrgicts, 589, 626, 680
  • Butte, Anaconda, and Pacific Railway Car Friction Draught Gear, Westinghouse, 623
  • Cable Companies, Telegraph, 226, 818
  • Cable Works of A E.G. at Oberspree, 38
  • Cable Works of Siemens and Halske at Nonnendamm, 9
  • Caisson for Barrow Docks, 159, 285
  • Calcium Carbide and Acetylene in Austria Hungary, 813
  • Calcium Carbide Industry, 158
  • Calcium in Ferro-Silicon, 354
  • Caledonian Railway Mineral Locomotive, 281
  • Calendars, 878
  • Callendar's Portable Indicator for Platinum Thermometers, 614. See 628
  • Calvert's Mechanical Almanack, 878
  • Canadian Agricultural Machinery, 891, 445, 497
  • Canal between Baltic and White Seas, 91, 348
  • Canal, Chicago Drainage, 310
  • Canal, Dortmund and Ems, 310, 338, 377, 428
  • Canal, Medway and Thames, Scheme for, 768
  • Canal, North Sea-Baltic, 231
  • Canal, Panama, 404
  • Canal, Suez, Traffic, 458
  • Canals and Coal-Mines, The Law of Support, 276
  • Canet-Schneider Quick-Firing Field Guns and Howitzers, 72, 107, 211, 246. See LETTER, 551
  • Cantilever Cranes for Shipbuilding Works, 183. See 579
  • Cape to Cairo Telegraph, 295
  • Cape Government Railways, 46
  • Capped Armour-Piercing Projectiles, 128
  • Capstan Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Car Draught Gear, Westinghouse Friction, 623
  • Cars. See Motor Cars
  • Cars. See also Railways and Trannoes
  • Cars of the Paris Metropolitan Railway, 224
  • Carbon Bi-Sulphide Manufacture, 453
  • Carbon and Phosphorus Variations in Steel Billets, 315
  • Carboniferous Limestone Coalfields in West Lothians, 318
  • Cardiff Show of the Royal Agricultural Society, 2
  • Cargo. Lighters, Large German Sea-Going, 877
  • Cargo Steamer Engines (Vickers), "Bornu" and "Sokoto," 272, 300
  • Cargo Steamer "Mercedes," 818
  • Carnt, E. C., on " The Steamboat Equipment of Warships," 392, 431
  • Carriages. See Railways, &c.
  • Carus-Wilson, on "The Economy of Electricity as a Motive Power on Railways," 309, 334
  • Cascade System. See Ganz
  • Cassel Self-Regulating Water Wheel, 391
  • Cast Iron and Steel, Influence of Titanium on, 43
  • Casting, 75-Ton, Railway Transportation of, 590
  • Caulker, Riveter and Drills, Pneumatic, 249
  • Caustic Soda Development, 489
  • Catistic Soda Trades, 54
  • Cement Grouting, Mr. Walter Kinipple's, 780
  • Cement Separation, Apparatus for, 47, 93
  • Centrifugal, Electrically-Driven (D. Stewart and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 881
  • Certification of Boiler and Engine Attendants, 191
  • Ceylon Railways, 525
  • Chain-Driving, 440
  • Channel Steamer Engines, Twin-Screw Steamers "Duke of Cornwall " and " Duke of Lancaster " (Vickers), 272, 298
  • Channel Steamers with Parsons' Turbines, 272, 304
  • Chelmsford, Boiler Explosion near, 527
  • Chemical Education, 543. See also 221, 263, 604, 640
  • Chemical Electro Industry, 158
  • Chemical Industries, German, 221. See Licrrint 263
  • Chemical Papers at the British Association, 542
  • Chemical Trade, Position of the Heavy, 51
  • Chemistry, Bibliography of, 597
  • Chemistry at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century, 542
  • Chemistry Education, German, 221. See LErrEa, 263
  • Chemistry of Producer-Gas, 622
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, 310
  • Chilled Cast - Iron Ploughshares (the late Mr. G. A. Biddell), 24, 47
  • Chilled Wheels, Griffin, 180
  • China, French Enterprise in Yunnan, 621
  • China Railways, 292
  • Chinese Bridges, 437
  • Chinese Coal Developments, Anglo-, 261
  • Chinese Coast, Lighting of the, 389, 424. See
  • also 401, 419, 496, 564
  • Chlorides, Electrolysis of Fused Alkali, 491
  • Chlorine Distribution and Rainfall, 540
  • Churches, Air Currents in, 440
  • Churruca, Signor Don Evaristo de, on Bilbao River and Harbour, 388, 460
  • Circulation of the Water-Tube Boiler, 80, 130, 164. See Lifrrims, 194, 263, 296
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, List of Books, 405
  • City and South London Railway, 718
  • Civil Engineering in 19th Century, 655
  • Civil Engineers, Admiralty, 615

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • Presidential Address by Mr. Charles Hawksley, 655
  • Train Resistance, by Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall, 741. See Erratum., 793
  • The Discharge of Sewage into a Tidal Estuary, by Mr. W. K. Parry and Mr. W. E. Adeney, 758
  • Motive Power from Blast-Furnace Gases, by Mr. Bryan Donkin, 848
  • Clay : Is it a Mineral? 260
  • Cleveland, Notes from, 17, 50, 85, 119, 152, 187 219, 254, 288, 326, 372, 408, 448, 484, 518, 559 581, 616, 650, 677, 712, 744, 775, 815, 838, 870
  • Cleveland Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams.
  • Clock, Barr, Stroud, and Becker Electric, 117
  • Clyde Estuary, Improvement Works, 382, 388
  • Clyde and Glasgow Harbour Improvements, 349
  • Clyde Steamer " King Edward," Parsons' Turbine-Driven, 16
  • Clydebank Shipbuilding and Engineering Works 242, 275
  • Coal, British Columbian, 369, 412
  • Coal-Carrying Wagons. See Wagons
  • Coal Consumption of Typical Steamers, 269
  • Coal Conveyor Weighing Machine, 483
  • Coal Deposit, Compensation for Compulsory Purchase, 686
  • Coal Developments, Anglo-Chinese, 261
  • Coal Gas. See Gas
  • Coal, Indian, 223
  • Coal and Iron, Mexican, 810
  • Coal and Iron, New South Wales, 193
  • Coal and Iron Rings, German, 90
  • Coal Mines and Canals, the Law of Support, 276
  • Coal, the OriOn of, 243
  • Coal Production-of Various Countries, 845
  • Coal, Russian, 555
  • Coal, South African, 621. See LErrEit, 649
  • Coal Steamer " Mercedes," 848
  • Coal Tar Industry, 643
  • Coal Trust, 58
  • Coal-Weighing and Recording Machine, 324
  • Coalfield, Scottish, 572
  • Coalfields, English, Culm-Measure Types, 319
  • Coalfields, Somerset and Bristol, 319
  • Coalfields in West Lothians, Carboniferous Limestone, 318
  • Coalmining Competition, 317
  • "Cobra" Disaster, 452, 553. See LErrEas, Gyroscopic Action and the Loss of the " Cobra"
  • Cockerill Company, Belgium, 832
  • Coherers, Conductivity of Metallic Particles under Cyclic Electromotive Variations, 477
  • Coils, Magnetic Action, 850
  • Coke Manufacture, 357
  • Coke Ovens for Gas Production, 360
  • Collecting Discharge from Cupolas, 25
  • Colonial Patents, 47, 93
  • Colonial Trade and South Australian Railways, 635
  • Columbian Coal, British, 369, 412
  • Combine, Aluminium, 225
  • Combine, Anglo-Spanish Iron, 523. See LETTER, 648
  • Combines, German Coal and Iron, 90
  • Combines, United States Coal, 58
  • Combines, United States Railways, 841
  • Commercial Education, 640. See also 472, 604. 619
  • Commissions, Prevention of Illegal, 57. See LETTER, 194
  • Compensation for Compulsory Purchase, 686
  • Compensation to Workmen Act, Statistics, 58, 654
  • Competition and Education, Engineering, 333
  • Competition in Locomotives, Foreign, 584, 653. See 'Arms, 528, 551, 587, 814
  • Competition in Shipping and Shipbuilding, 433, See 411
  • Compound Engine. See Engines
  • Compound Locomotive. See Loco notices
  • Compressed Air Power for Gun Mountings, 198
  • Compressor, Air, "Boreas," 480
  • Compressor, Air, Vertical Compound (D. Stewart and Co.), 610
  • Compressors, Ammonia, 227, 296
  • Compressors. See Air-Compressors
  • Compulsory Purchase. See Legal
  • Conduction of Electricity through Mercury - Vapours. 477
  • Conductivity, Electrical, of Iron and Nickel, 510
  • Conductivity, Electrolytic, of Halogen Acid Solutions, 546
  • Conductivity of Metallic Particles under Cyclic Electromotive Variations, 477
  • Congress at Glasgow, International Engineering. See Engineering Congress
  • Congress for Testing Materials for Construction Purposes, 307
  • Congress, Trades Union, 367
  • Connecting-Rods, 44
  • Construction and Systematic Manufacture of Alternators, 173, 205, 240, 277
  • Constructional Materials, Testing, 307
  • Constructive Department of the Admiralty, 19 , 53. See also 657, 812
  • Consular Trade Experts, German, 262
  • ConsumptIon of Coal on Sea Voyages, 269
  • Contract Law, 601
  • Convection Currents, Magnetic Effect of, 510
  • Converters. See Electric
  • Conveyor Bridges, 525
  • Conveyor Weighing Machine, 483
  • Cooling Cylinders of Motor Car Engines, 311, 427
  • Copenhagen, Electric Tramways at, 415
  • Copper Development, 259
  • Copper, the. Fall in Price, 454, 490, 782. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Copper, Iron, and Steel Alloys, 353, 850
  • Copper, Nickel, and Iron, Electric Resistance at Different Temperatures, 631
  • Copper Ore in South Australia, Mining and
  • Treatment of, 357
  • Copper Process, The David, 708
  • Copper Refining, 158
  • Copper Shipments, Australian, 844
  • Copper and Tin, Microscopical Examination of the Alloys of, 877
  • Cordite and the Erosion of Guns, 47, 92
  • Cordite v. Nitro-Cellulose, 233, 234. See also 715
  • Correct Treatment of Steel, 353, 428, 498, 633, 693. See Lirrrgits
  • Corridor Carriages.See Railway Carriages
  • Corruption. Prevention of, 57. See LEITER, 194
  • Cotton, Baling, 115
  • " County" Class of Cruisers, Gun Power, 715
  • Coupler, Automatic Railway, 49. See 516
  • Crab Weighing Machine (Avery), 561. See 581
  • C. H. Cramp, The late, 517
  • Crane, Floating 80-Ton, for the Santos Harbour Works (Dutch Company), 182
  • Crane, 3-Ton Electric Travelling (Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited), 872
  • Crane, 20-Ton Locomotive Steam, Wilson's, 661
  • Crane, 20-Ton Travelling Electric, Russell's, 676
  • Crane-Hooks, Strength of Drop-Forged, 547
  • Crane Weighing Machine (Avery), 561. See 581
  • Cranes, Cantilever and Overhead, for Shipbuilding Works, 183. See 579
  • Cranes in Shipbuilding Works, 159, 169, 183, 215. See 579
  • Crankshafts of High-Speed Engines, 846
  • Critical Point in Rolled-Steel Joists, 440 Crompton, Colonel, R.E., Presidential Address to Engineering Section of the British Association, 417
  • Cross Water-Tube Boiler for Twin-Screw Launch, 836
  • Crossley Gas-Engine, Oil Fuel for, 480
  • Croydon Electric Tramways and Lighting, 414 Cruisers. See Warships
  • Cuba and the Philippines, British Trade with, 841
  • Cuban Iron, 91
  • Ciilin-Measure Types of Great Britain, 319
  • Cumberland Mines, Foreshore Reclamation, 179
  • Cupola, the Economic, 324 •
  • Cupolas, Collecting Discharge from, 25
  • Customs Duties on Alcohol for Colleges, 543 Cut and Speed of Tools, 881
  • Cutters for Warships, 392, 431
  • Cyanide of Potassium, 453
  • Cyanogen, Spectrum of, 29
  • Cycle Shows, The, 731, 770, 779
  • Cycles, Motor, 779. See also Motor Cars
  • Cylinder-Cooling of Motor-Car Engines, 311 427
  • Cylinders, Engine, Arrangement, Ratios and Jacketing, 271
  • Cylinders, Monier, for Bridge Foundations, 224 Cyprus, Patents in, 681
  • " Daily Mail" Year-Book, 878
  • Dairy Machinery, 3
  • Dalby, Professor W. R., on the Balancing of
  • Locomotives, 700, 726, 755. See Licrritits
  • Dam, Assouan, Nile Valley Irrigation, 311, 336. See 329, 492, and Erratum, 426
  • Danger Space of Guns, 235. See also 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Dangers from Trolley Wires, and their Prevention, 362, 500
  • Danube Improvements, 348, 883
  • David Copper Process, 708
  • Dawson, Lieutenant A. Trevor, on Naval Ordnance, 145, 159, 198, 231. See LETTERS, 263, 296
  • Deal Frames, Self-Contained Double, 281
  • Deep Tunnel Railway Schemes in Parliament, 583, 718, 750
  • Definition, Legal, of a Mineral, 260
  • Denny and Co., Dumbarton, Engineers, Jubilee of, 23
  • Denny, Mr. A., on Freeboard, 4, 29
  • Design of Alternators, 173, 205, 240, 277
  • Design of Continuous-Current Dynamo, 397
  • Design of Naval Ships and Model Tank Experi
  • ments, 4. 19. See LETTER, 128
  • Design of Warships in the Nineteenth Century, 314
  • Designing of War-Vessels, 717
  • Destroyers. See 1Varsh1vs
  • Destructor, Refuse, and Electricity Works, Hackney Municipal, 667
  • Diagrams of British and Foreign Shipping, 433. See 411
  • Diagrams of Metal Prices, 26, 162, 374, 494, 660,
  • 781, 880
  • Dictionary, Foreign Technical, 92
  • Die-Forging, 37, 105, 305, 469, 568, 669, 761, 825
  • Dielectrics, Model to Imitate Behaviour of, 757
  • Difficulties of Superheated Steam, 128, 162
  • Diffraction Gratings, 511
  • Dimensions and Displacement of Ships, 314 343.
  • See Erratum 373
  • Director of Naval Construction, 657, 812
  • Directori s. See Literature
  • " Discovery," Antarctic Expedition Ship, Magnetic Work on, 510
  • Disinfectant, Sulphuric Acid as a Typhoid, 546
  • Displacement and Dimensions of Ships, 314, 343.
  • See Erratum, 373
  • Disposal of Sewage, Glasgow', 359
  • Disposal c f Waste Liquors, 368
  • Distribution of Electric Power, Government
  • Regulations as to, 294, 396
  • Disused Premises, Rating of, 21
  • Dixon Lectureship on Mining at Glasgow University, 318
  • Dock, Self-Docking Pontoon, Stephenson, 95
  • Docks, Barrow, and Railways, 159, 285
  • Docks, Floating, 352
  • Doors, Ships' Bulkhead, Hydraulically-Operated, 48
  • Dortmund and Ems Canal, 310, 338, 377, 428
  • Dowson Gas, Testing, 589, 626, 681
  • Drainage Canal, Chicago, 310
  • Drain-Pipes, Waste Liquor in, 368
  • Draughts in Churches, 440
  • Drawing Room and Shop System, 22
  • Dredgers, Suction Pump, for the Seine (Satre), 705
  • Dredging on the Mississippi, 348, 381
  • Dresden, State Steam, Heat, and Electricity
  • Transmission, 77
  • Drift in Longitude of Groups of Sun Factilte, 512
  • Drift of Projectiles, 93, 147
  • Drilling Machine, Pipe-Flange (Addy, Sheffield), 145
  • Drilling Machines, See Machine Tools
  • Drills, Caulkers, and Riveters, Pneumatic, 249
  • Drills, Pneumatic, 391, 614
  • Drivers' Legal Liability, Motor Car, 621
  • Driving by Chains, 440
  • Drop-Forged Crane- Hooks, Strength of, 547
  • Drop Forging. See Die Forging
  • Dublin Sewage Discharge into the Liffey, 758
  • "Duke of Cornwall " and " Duke of Lancaster," Twin-Screw Engines (Vickers), 272, 293
  • Dunn, Mr. James, on the Arrangement and Equipment of Shipbuilding Works, 159, 169, 183, 216. See 579
  • Diirr Water-Tube Boiler, Constructive Development of, 80, 130, 104. See Limns, 194, 263, 296
  • Dusseldorf Exhibition, 1902, 762
  • Dutch Torpedo-Boat " Rindjani " (Yarrow), 24
  • Duty-Free Alcohol for Colleges, 543
  • Dwellings for Working Classes, 394
  • Dynamo Tests, 681
  • Dynamos. See Electric
  • Earth Currents, 126
  • Earth Tremors, 513
  • Earthquake Measurements, 513. See Seismgraphy
  • East Coast Route to Scotland, 23
  • Eastern Extension, Australasia and China Telegraph Company, 818
  • Eastern of France Railway Express Locomotive, 580
  • Eastern Railway of France, Locomotive Running
  • Shed, 364
  • Eastern Telegraph Company, 226
  • Eclipse Observations, Automatic, 612
  • Economic Section of British Association, 451,
  • 570
  • Economical Speed of Ships, Limits of, 296
  • Economics and Commercial Education, 574. See
  • 451, 570
  • Economics of Railways, 841
  • Education, Chemical, 543. See 221, 601, 640
  • Education and Competition, Engineering, 333
  • Education of the Engineer, 695
  • Education, German Chemistry, 221. See LETTER,
  • 263
  • Education in Japan, 258
  • Education Section of British Association, 472,
  • 604, 619, 640
  • Education at Stevens Institute of Technology, 60
  • Education, Technical, 221. See LErrga, 263
  • Education. University of Virginia, 151
  • Efflux of Steam, 391, 444
  • Egyptian Delta Railway, Narrow-Gauge Side
  • Tank Locomotive, 325
  • Egyptian Irrigation, 492. See also 311, 329, 336.
  • See Erratum, 426
  • Egyptian Sugar-Cane Triple-Crushing Plant, 646
  • Ehrhardt and Sehmer Express Pump, 405
  • Eight Hours' Day, Miners in France, 686
  • Elastic Fatigue of Metals and Woods, 476

Electric :

  • Alternating Current in Mines, 357
  • Alternators, Construction and Systematic Manufacture of, 173, 205, 240, 277 Aluminium Conductors, 436, 464
  • Barrow Supply Works, 180
  • Berlin Elevated and Underground Railway, 75 Brighton and London Express Line, 525, 557 Cable Works in Germany. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Centrifugal, Electrically-Driven (D. Stewart and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 881
  • City and South London Railway Extension, 718 Clock, Barr, Stroud, and Becker, 117 Coherers, 477
  • Commutating Dynamo with Commutating Limits, 397
  • Conductivity of Iron and Nickel, 510
  • Crane, 3-Ton Electric Travelling (Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited), 872
  • Crane, W-Ton Travelling, Russell's, 676 Cranes and Motor Crab for Shipbuilding Berths, 183. See 579
  • Croydon Tramways and Lighting, 414 Currents, Earth, 126
  • Distribution Systems, 396
  • Dynamo, Commutating, with Commutating Limits, 397
  • Dynamo and Engine (Mather and Platt), 514 Dynamo Tests, Engine v. Turbine, 681 Dynamos, Continuous Current, Design of, 397 Dynamos Driven by Parsons' Turbine, Trials of, 39
  • Electrolysis of Fused Salts, 59. See also Electrolysis
  • Eleotromobile, Krieger, 718
  • Engine, 500 Horse-Power Compound, and Generator, 706
  • Exhibits at Glasgow Exhibition, Notes on, 323 Faotory Power Transmission, 456
  • Generator by Mather and Platt, 514
  • Generator, Railway Car Lighting, 827 Generator, Westinghouse, and 500 Horse-Power Comp3und Markham Engine, 706 Generators, Performance of, 458
  • German Electric Industry, 161, 193
  • German Producing Works, Statistics, 086 German Works. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Hackney Municipal Electricity Works and Refuse Destructor, 667
  • Indicator for Platinum Thermometer, Cal-lendar's Portable, 644
  • Kelvin's Measuring Instruments, 364
  • Lamp, Bang's, 812
  • Lifts, Western of France Railway, 558 Lighthouses, Lightships, and Buoys in France, 389, 419. See also 401, 424, 496, 564 Locomotive, Mining, Baldwin, 827
  • Magnetic Action of Coils, 850
  • Magnetic Papers at the British Association, 476, 510
  • Mercadier Multiplex Telegraph, 660
  • Meters (Wright's) of the Electrolytic Type, 304 Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railway Electrification, 61% 658, 689, 722. See
  • LETTERS, 455, 521, 809
  • Mining, Alternating Current for, 357
  • Mining Locomotive, Baldwin, 827
  • Motor, " Bull," 365
  • Motor, Spence's, for Hoe Four-Roll Printing Machine, 265. See LETTER, 296
  • Motors and Electric Equipment at Palmer's Shipyard, Jarrow-on-Tyne, 607
  • Motors, Fire-Office Rules for, 152
  • Motors for Gun Mountings, 198
  • Motor, Triphase, and Mine Pump, Iahtneyer, 12
  • Municipal Electric Supply Works in Germany, 79, 139, 140
  • Municipal vs, Private Trading, 190, 416, 716
  • Overhead Wires, 294, 362, 500, 621
  • Papers at the British Association, 476, 510
  • Photo-Electric Cells, 510
  • Power Distribution, Government Regulations, 294
  • Power Distribution at Vickers' Works, 69
  • Power Drive in J. Rowan and Co.'s Marine Engine Works, Glasgow, 391, 422
  • Power in Manufacturing Works, 21, 68
  • Power Station of the Salford Corporation, 803, 864
  • Power Stations in Germany. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Power Station at Vickers' Gun - Mounting Works, 114
  • Power Supply in Works, 21, 68, 114, 352, 384, 391, 422, 456, 800, 881
  • Power Transmission in Railway Carriage Works, 800
  • Power Transmission at the Urft, 456
  • Pump, Electrically-Driven, for Mines (Lailmeyer), 12
  • Pump, Schleifmuhle Express, 405
  • Pumps, Electrically-Driven, 591
  • Pumps by Mather and Platt, 614
  • Railway, Belgian Light, 491
  • Railway Communications within the Metropolis, 583, 718, 750, 766. See Metropolitan
  • Electrijination, &c.
  • Railway Haulage, 747
  • Railway Signalling, 347, 531. See LErrER, 551
  • Railways, Electric v. Steam, 309, 334,
  • Railways, High-Speed, 12, 41, 261, 361, 369, 558
  • Railways and Tramways, 417
  • Rating and Testing of Machinery 313, 341
  • Rays, Pressure of Luminous, 874
  • Resistance of Nickel, Iron, and Copper at Different Temperaturts, 631
  • Resistance of Conductors in Oscillating Field, 29
  • Saw Bench, Portable Wood, 281
  • Standards, 476
  • Stroud, Barr, and Becker Electric Clocks, 117
  • Supply Schemes in Parliament, 765. See 794, 816
  • Supply Works, 79, 139, 140, 180, 396, 414, 667.
  • E,03. 864
  • Telephonographs, 492
  • Traction Schemes in Parliament, 766, 794, 816
  • Traction and Transmission, Large Power Steam
  • Engines for, 648. See also Glasgow Tramway Power Engines
  • Tramcar Emergency Brake, 61
  • Tramway Bogie Trucks and Motors, Italian, 615
  • Tramway Cars, Lifting-Jack for, 811
  • Tramway Crisis in France, 261
  • Tramway Power Station of the Salford Corporation, 803, 864
  • Tramway Practice, 393
  • Tramway Trolley Wires, and their Dangers, 362, 500
  • Tramway Water-Car, 834
  • Tramways at Copenhagen, 415
  • Tramways, Glasgow, 1ti1. See LETTERS, Glasgow Tramwayg, &c.
  • Tramways in Hammersmith, London, 56
  • Voltmeter for Small Currents, 757
  • WE stinghouse Company in England, 192
  • Wireless Telegraphy, the Armorl Electro-Capillary Relay, 782
  • Electrical Engineers, American Institute of, 455, 556

Electrical Engineers in Germany, The Institution of:

  • A. E. G. Cable Works at Oberspree, 38
  • A. E. G. Works on the Ackerstrasse and
  • Brunnenstrasse, 40
  • All,„cremeine Elektricitftts Gesellschaft, 8. See also 38
  • Ber; in Electricity Works, 8
  • Berlin Visits, Other, 77
  • Converters, Sub-Stations, 9
  • Dinner in the Zoological Gardens, 42
  • Dresden Association of German Electricians, 77
  • Dresden - Friedrichstadt Railway Stations, Electricity Works, 77
  • Dresden Municipal Electricity Works, 79
  • Dresden State Steam, Heat, and Electricity Transmission, 77
  • E. A. G., vorm. Lahmeyer and CO., 139
  • Elektricitiits Actien Gesellschaft, late Schuckerts and Co., 125
  • Frankfort-Bockenheim Municipal Electricity Works, 140
  • Frankfort Municipal Monophase Electricity Works, 140
  • Growth of Electrical Works in Germany, 141
  • Homburg and the Saalburg, 140
  • Locomotive High-Speed Electric, 41
  • Moabit Power Central Station, 9
  • Nuremberg Municipal Electricity Works, 139
  • Oberspree Power Cents al Station, 39
  • Railway, High-Speed Electric, 12
  • Railway of Berlin, Electric Elevated and
  • Underground, 75
  • Schiffbauerdamm -Luisenstrasse, Berlin, Electricity Works, 8
  • Siemens and Halske's Cable Works at Nonnendamm, 9
  • Siemens and Halske's Charlottenberg Works, 9, 10
  • Spree Tunnel, 40
  • State Accident, &c., Funds, 141
  • Wiesbaden Municipal Electricity Works, 140

Electrical Engineers, Institution of:

  • Manchester Section, Presidential Address, Mr. C. H. Wordingham, Municipal Trading, 716
  • Presidential Address, Electric Haulage on Railways, 747
  • Electrical Equipment of Palmer's Shipyard, Jarrow, 607
  • Electrical Industry in Germany, 161
  • Electrical Industry, Municipal Trading, 716 Electrical Machinery, Rating and Testing of, 313 841
  • Electrical Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 322, 361, 396
  • Electrical Power Supply in Shipbuilding Yards, 352, 384. See 69
  • Electrical Resistance, The Effect of a High Frequency Oscillating Field on, 29
  • Electrical Standards, 476
  • Electricity Enterprise in Germany. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Electricity as a Motive Power on Railways, 309, 334
  • Electricity, Steam and Heat Transmission, State, in Dresden, 77
  • Electricity Supply Meters of Electrolytic Type, 364
  • Electricity Works in Germany. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Electricity Works and Refuse Destructor, Hackney Municipal, 667
  • Electricity Works of the Salford Corporation, 803, 864
  • Electrification of Metropolitan Underground Railways, 612, 658, 689, 722. See LETrims, 455, 521, 809
  • Electro-Chemical Industry, 158
  • Electrolysis of Alkali Vapours, 477
  • Electrolysis of Fused Alkali Chlorides, 491
  • Electrolysis of Fused Salts, 59
  • Electrolysis of Gas Pipes, 361
  • Electrolytic Alkaline Industry, 158
  • Electrolytic Conductivity of Halogen Acid Solutions, 546
  • Electrolytic Printing, 225
  • Electrolytic Telephonographs, 492
  • Electrometer, Lippmann, 476
  • Electro-Technical Industry in Germany, 193
  • Elektricitats Actien Gesellschaft, late Schuckerts, 125
  • Elevator, Grain, at Fleetwood, 180
  • Elevators. See also Hoists
  • Embankment for Reclaiming Foreshore over
  • Hodbarrow Mine, 179
  • Emery-Coated Tools, 369
  • Ems and Dortmund Canal, 310, 338, 377, 428
  • Enclosed Engines, 298
  • Engine-Balancing, Macalpine's Solution of Problem, 7, 63, 97. See LirrrEas, 47, 92, 128, 589,
  • 626, and Locomotive-Balancing
  • Engine and Boiler Attendants, Certification, 191
  • Engine and Boiler Plant for Marine Engine Works, 391, 422
  • Engine-Building, Die-Forging in, 469, 568, 669. See 37, 105, 305, 761, 825
  • Engine, Compound Blowing, at the Askam Iron Works, 365. See 178
  • Engine, Compound, 500 Horse-Power, and Electric Generator (Markham and British Westinghouse Company), 706
  • Engine Connecting-Rods, 44
  • Engine Cylinder, Arrangement, Ratios and
  • Jacketing. 271
  • Engine Design for Electric Traction, British v. American. 648. See also Glasgow Tramway Power Engines
  • Engine, Gas, Efficiency Tests of 125 Horse-Power, 116
  • Engine, Gas, " Forward," 517
  • Engine, Gas, Research, Institute of Mechanical
  • Engineers, 567, 592, 628, 637, 663. See LErrERs,
  • 589, 626, 680
  • Engine, Gland'Packing, Ward's Metallic, 163
  • Engine v. Laval Turbine Steam Dynamo Tests,
  • 681
  • Engine, Oil, Headech's (D. Stewart and Co.),
  • 548
  • Engine, Oil, Portable, Dudbridge, Iron Works, 2 Engine Piston Packings, 300
  • Engine, Steam, The Passing of the, 453
  • Engine Testing, Standardising Methods of, 21 Engines, Alcohol, for Motor Cars, 525
  • Engines, Cargo Steamers (Vickers), " Bornu" and " Sokoto," 272, 300
  • Engines of Channel Steamers " Duke of Lan-caster " and "Duke of Cornwall" (Vickers), 272, 298
  • Erigines, Crankshafts of High-Speed, 846 Engines, Enclosed, 898
  • Engines, Fire, Two Centuries of, 295
  • Engines, Gas, Blast-Furnace, 354, 848
  • Engines, Gas, Oil Fuel for, 480
  • Engines, Gas, Tests of Producer, 692. See LETTERS, 753, 814
  • Engines of the Glasgow Power Station, 657. See LETTERS, 25, 296, 405, 457, 681
  • Engines, High-Speed, Wear of Parts, 813
  • Engines of H.M.S. " King Alfred " (Vickers), 272, 298
  • Engines of H.M. Ships Tried in 1901, 844, 876 Engines, Hydraulic Pumping, 787, 821
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, Cooling Cylinders of, 311, 427
  • Engines, Marine, of the S.S. " Fleswick," 443 Engines,Oil, &c., for Lighting the Coast, 389. 401, 410, 424, 496, 504
  • Engines, Oil, at the Smithfield Show, 811 Engines, Portable, &c., for Agricultural Pur-poses, 811
  • Engines, Quadruple-Expansion, and Water-Tube Boilers (Messrs. Simpson, Strickland, and Co., Limited), 213. See Limns, 371, 405
  • Engines, Relative Speed Indicator of Twin, 27 Engines, Starting and Reversing Gear, Baxter's, 443
  • Engines, Steam, Using Highly - Superheated Steam, 342, 849
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion (Simpson, Strickland, and Co.), 836
  • Engineering, Architectural Side of, 716 See LETTERS

Engineering Congress at Glasgow : 250, 309, 347, 387

  • Presidential Address, by Mr. James Mansergh, 309, 333
  • Railways, 309, 347, 387
  • The. Uganda Railway, by Sir Guildford L. Molesworth, K.C.I.E., 309, 834.
  • The Economy of Electricity as a Motive Power on Railways at Present Driven by Steam, by Professor C. A. Carus-Wilson, NI.A. 309, 334
  • The Soudan Government Military Railway, by Captain G. B. Macauley, R.E., 347, 385
  • EngIue ering Congress, Glasgow—corainued Modern Practice in Railway Signalling, by Mr.

I. * A. Timmis, 347, 531. See LETTER, 551 Australian Railwa3 s, by Professor W. C. Ker-not, Melbourne, 348, 386

  • The Proposed Tunnel between Scotland and Ireland, by Mr. James Barton, 335, 387. See LwrTEits, 457, 481
  • Cheaper Railway Fares, by Mr. Horace Bell, 387, 430
  • Waterways and Maritime Works, 310, 348, 388
  • Works of the Dortmund and Ems Canal, by Mr. H. Hermann, Germany, 310, 338, 377, 428
  • Novel Plant Employed in Transporting the Excavations on the Chicago Drainage Caiml Works, by Mr. Isham Randolph, U.S.A., 310
  • Irrigation in the Nile Valley, and Its Future, by Mr. William Willcocks, C.M.G., Egypt, 311, 336. See 329, 492. See Erratum, 426
  • Proposed Inland Waterways between the Baltic Sea and the White Sea, by Professor V. E. de Timonoff, Russia, 348
  • Recent Improvements Effected in the Navig-able Condition of the Sulina Branch and Outlet of the Danube, by Mr. C. H. L. Kuhl, Roumania, 348, 883
  • The Improvement of the Lower Mississippi by the Mississippi River Commission, by Mr.

J. A. Ockerson, U.S.A., 348, 381

  • The River Clyde and Harbour of Glasgow, by Mr. W. M. Alston, Glasgow, 349
  • Improvement Works in the Clyde Estuary, by Messrs. 1). and U. Stevenson, Edinburgh, 382, 388
  • Works for Improving the Bilbao River and Harbour, by Mr. Evaristo de Churruca, Spain, 388, 460
  • Zeebrugge Harbour Works, by Messrs. J.
  • Nyssens Hart and L. van Gansberghe, 388
  • Recent Improvements in the Lighting and Buoying of Coasts, (a) by Mr. D. Steven¬son, Edinburgh, "Scotland ; " (b) by Baron Quinette de Rochemont, " France," 389, 419, 496. See also 401
  • The Present Condition of the Lighting of the Chinese Coast, by Mr. J. R. Harding, China, 389, 424. See also 401
  • Improved Rapid Group-Flashing Lights, by Mr. Alan Brebner, England, 389, 564. See also 401.
  • Mechanical Engineering, 311, 349, 389
  • The Cooling of the Cylinders of High-Speed Internal Combustion Engines, and its Effect on the Power Developed, by Professor Hele-Shaw, 311, 427
  • Trials of Steam Turbines for Driving Dynamos, by Hon. 0. A. Parsons and Mr. G. Gerald Stoney, 311, 339
  • Rating and Testing of Electrical Machinery, by Mr. Gisbert Kapp, 313, 341
  • Some Particulars of the Results of the Com-pound Locomotive on the Buenos Ayres Ureat Southern Railway, by Mr. R. Gould,

313, * 463

  • Some Experiences and Results Derived from the Use of Superheated Steam in Engines, by Mr. R. Lemke, 342, 349
  • Workshop Methods, by Mr. William Weir and Mr. J. It. Richmond, 351, 376. See also 379, 383
  • Economical Manufacture of Marine Engines, by Mr. William Thomson, 351, 379
  • A Premium System of Remunerating Labour, by Mr. James Rowan, 351, 383. See also 376, 379
  • The Adoption of the Metric System in Work-shops, by Mr. Arthur Greenwood, 352, 389, 430
  • 100-Ton Universal Testing Machine, with Variable Accumulator, at the James Watt Laboratories, Glasgow University, by Mr. J. Hartley Wicksteed, 390, 406. See 3s1. See LETTER, 371
  • The Cassel Self-Regulating Water Wheel, by Mr. E. C. de Segundo, 391
  • Power Required to Drive Marine Engine Works, and for Electric Lighting, by Mr. James Crighton and Mr. W. U. Riddell, 391; 422
  • Experiments in Escape of Steam through Orific s, by Mr. A. Rateau, 391, 444
  • Canadian Agricultural Machinery at Glasgow Exhibition, by Mr. G. H. Frost, 391, 445, 437
  • A Regenerative Steam Accumulator, and its Application to the Utilisation of Exhaust Steam, by Mr. A. Rateau, 391, 466
  • Pneumatic Riveting and other Useful Applica¬tions of Pneumatic Tools, by Mr. J. C. Taite, 391, 614
  • Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering,

314, * 352, 392

  • The Chief Characteristics of the Naval De-velopment of the Nineteenth Century, by Sir Nathaniel Barnaby, K.O.B., 314
  • Approximate Rules for the Determination of the Displacement and Dimensions of a Ship in Accordance with a given Programme of Requirements, by Mr. A. Normand, 314, 343
  • The Hydraulics of the Resistance of Ships, by Mr. E. C. Thrupp, 315, 834
  • A Memorandum on Floating Docks, by Mr. T. Gibson Bowles, M.P., 352
  • Notes for Discussion on Shipyard Equipment, by Professor J. H. Biles, 352. See also 381
  • Electric Power Supply in Shipbuilding Yards and Marine Engineering Works, by Mr. Robertson, 352, 384
  • Graphic Analyses of Screw Propeller Reactions, by Mr. J. Millen Adam, 392, 429
  • Modern Steamboat Equipment of Warships, by Mr. E. C. Carnt, 392, 431
  • A New Form of Propeller, by Mr. Schiittc, 393
  • Iron and Steel, 315, 353
  • Short Address, by the Chairman, 315
  • On the Iron and Steel Industries of the West of Scotland by the Committee of the West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, by Mr. W. Dixon, 315
  • Engineering Congress, Glasgow—continued
  • Report on the Nomenclature of Metallography, by the Committee of the Iron and Steel In¬stitute, 315
  • On the Variation of Carbon and Phosphorus in Steel Ingots, by Mr. Axel Wahlberg (Stock¬holm), 315
  • On the Correct Treatment of Steel, by Mr. C. H. Ridsdale, 353, 426, 498, 633, 693. See LEITERS
  • On Iron and Copper Alloys, by Mr. J. E. Stead, 353, 851
  • On the Effect of Copper in Steels for Wire Manufacture, by Mr. J. E. Stead and Mr. F. H. Wigham, 353
  • On the Profitable Utilisation of Power from Blast-Furnace Gases, by Mr. B. H. Thwaite, 354
  • On the Presence of Calcium in High•Grade Ferro Silicon, by Mr. G. Watson Gray, 354
  • On the Spectra of Flames at Different Periods during the Basic- Bessemer Blow, by Pro-fessor W. N. Hartley, F.R.S., and Mr. Hugh Ramage, 356
  • On Brinell's Method of Determining Hardness and other Properties of Iron and Steel, by Mr. Axel Wahlberg (Stockholm), 356
  • On Internal Strains in Iron, and their Bearing upon Fracture, by Mr. Arthur Wigham, 356
  • Mining, 317, 357
  • Presidential Address, by Sir William Thomas Lewis, Bart., 317
  • Council's Report, 318
  • Gift by New President (Mr. J. S. Dixon), 318 The Manufacture of Bricks, and Description
  • of Kilns and other Plans and Clays Used in
  • their Manufacture, by George L. Allan, 318 The Oil Shale Fields of the Lothians, by Mr.
  • H. M. Cadell, 318
  • The Carboniferous Limestone Coalfields of
  • West Lothian, by Mr. H. M. Cada, 318 The Tarquah Goldfield, by Mr. A. H. Sawyer,
  • 319
  • The Northern Portion of the Klerksdorp Gold¬fields, by Mr. William Smith, 319
  • Somerset and Bristol Coalfields, by Mr. J. McMurtrce, 319
  • Culm-Measure Types of Great Britain, by Mr. W A. E. Ussher, 319
  • A Civil and Mining Engineer's Transit Theo-dolite, by Mr. II. D. Hoskold, 356
  • On the Connection of the Underground and Surface Surveys, by Mr. G. It,. Thompson, 356
  • The Imperfect Pulverisation of Rock by Means of Stamping, by Mr. E D. Chester, 356
  • Mining and Treatmetit of Copper Ore at the Wallaroo and Moonta Mines, S.A., by Mr. H. L. Hancock, 357
  • Alternating Currents, and their Possible Ap-plication to Mining, Part II., by Mr. Sidney F. Walker, 357
  • A New Diagram of Work of Mine Ventilation, by Mr. H. W. G. Halbaum, 357
  • The Mineral Resources of the Province of Quebec, by Mr. J. Obalski, 357
  • The Manufacture of Coke as Carried out at the Oliver and Snyder Steel Company's Plant, Oliver Fayette Company, Pa., U.S.A., by Mr. Fred C. Keighley, 357
  • Municipal Engineering, 319, 358, 393
  • Short Address, by the Chairman, 319
  • Treatment of Sewage, by Lieut.7Colonel A. S. Jones, V.C., 319
  • Research into the System of Sewage Purifica-tion by Bacterial and other Methods, by Mr. K. F. Campbell, 320
  • The Birmingham Water Works, by Mr. James Mansergh, F.R.S., 358
  • Sewage Disposal, by Mr. A. B. M`Donald, 359 Municipal Sanitation, by Mr. Wm. Weaver, 360
  • Recent Tramway Practice, by Mr. James More, 393
  • Provision of Dwellings for the Work ini4 Classes, by Messrs. A. H. Campbell and W. H. Savage, 394
  • Coal-Mining Substances in Relation to Sewers, by Mr. F. W. Mager, 394
  • Gas Engineering, 322, 360, 394
  • Short Address, by Mr. George Livesey, Chair
  • man; 322. •
  • Automatic Lighting and Extinguishing Appa-ratus, by Mr. A. Rothenbach, Jun., of Berne, 322
  • Lighting of the Exhibition by Means other than Electricity. Paper prepared by the Committee from particulars supplied by exhibitors, 322
  • Water Gas as an Adjunct in the Manufacture of Coal Gas, by Professor Vivian B. Lewes, 322
  • Emile Gobbe's Process for the Production of Water Gas, by Mr. Fernand Bruyere, 322
  • The Principles of the Proposed Construction of a Modern Gasholder for Amsterdam, by Mr. J. Van Rossum du Chattel, Amsterdam,. 360
  • The Production of Illuminating Gas from Coke Ovens, by Dr. F. Schniewind, of New York, 360
  • Electrolysis of Gas Pipes, &c., by Dr. Leybold, Hamburg, 361
  • The Application of the Unit System of Gas Manufacture to its Purification, by Mr. C. C. Carpenter, 394
  • The Construction of Inclined Retort Installa-tions, by Mr. W; R. Herring, 391
  • Electrical, 322, 361, 396
  • Short Introductory Address, by the Chairman, 322
  • Notes on the Electrical Exhibits in the Ex-hibition, by Mr. W. B. Sayers, 323
  • High-Speed Railways, by Herr Lasche, of Berlin, 361, 369. See 261, 369, 558
  • Dangers from Trolley Wires, and their Preven
  • tion, by Professor A. Jamieson, 362, 500 Electricity Supply Meters of the Electrolytic
  • Type, by Mr. J. R. Dick, 364
  • Kelvin's Electrio Measuring Instruments, by Professor M. Maclean, 364
  • Engineering Congress, Glasgo w-cotainuccl
  • The Relative Advantages of the Three, Two, and Single-Phase Systems for Feeding Low-Tension Networks, by Mr. M. B. Field, 396
  • Modern Commutating Dynamo Machinery, with Special Reference to the Commutating Limits, by Mr. H. M. Hobart, 397
  • Continuous-Current Dynamo Design, by Mr. H. A. Mayor,397
  • Excursions an Visits to Works, 397 Engineering Contract Law, 601
  • Engineering Education and Competition, 333 Engineering Firm, Jubilee (Denny and Co., Dum¬barton), 23
  • Engineering Laboratory at Glasgow University, 331, 371, 390, 4t6
  • Engineering, Marine, during the Last Ten Years, 160, 267, 298
  • Engineering Papers at the British Asiociation, 401, 417, 436, 464, 563
  • Engineering Schemes in Parliament, 748, 750, 705, 794, 816
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding Works, Clyde-bank, 242, 275
  • Engineering Valuations, 1, 42, 141, 174, 414, 491, 701, 733
  • Engineering Works, Vickers', Barrow-in-Furness, 111
  • Engineer Officers in the Navy, 87, 94
  • Engineers and Executive Rank, United States Navy, 683
  • Engineers, Institutions of. See Civil Engineers,
  • Jiechanteal Engineers, Mining Engineers,
  • Electrical Engineers, Engineering Congress Engineers, Royal, 753
  • Engineers' Shop Flooring, 783, 814
  • Engraving Type Machinery, 439
  • Equipment and Arrangement of Shipbuilding Works, 159, 169, 183, 215. See 579
  • Erosion of Guns, 47, 92
  • Ether and the Michelson-Morley Effect, 511 Ether, the Necessity for Postulating on, 511 Excavating Machinery on Chicago Canal, 310 Exhaust Steam Regenerator, 391, 466
  • Exhibition, Brewers', 687
  • Exhibition, Dusseldorf, 1902, 752
  • Exhibition, Glasgow. See Glasgow Exhibition Exhibition, Pan-American, at Buffalo, 827 Exhibition, Paris, 44
  • Exhibitions, The Stanley and National Cycle, 730, 731
  • Experimental Tank for Ship Model, 4, 19. See LicrrER, 128
  • Exploration of Atmosphere by Kites, 514, 757 Explosion of a Vulcanising Pan, 562
  • Explosions in Drain Pipes, 368
  • Explosions, Recording High-Pressure, 402 Explosions. See Boiler gxplosions
  • Explosive Compounds, 233. See also 715
  • Explosive Shells, High, 156. See LErrims, 195, 228, 457
  • Explosives, Compound, Development, 25 Export Trade, 573. See 451
  • Exports and Population, 451. See 570
  • Expositions. See Exhibition and Glasgow Exhi-bition
  • Express and Local Railway Services, 481
  • Factory Power Transmission, 456. See also Power, Ste.
  • Factory and Workshop Act, 1901, 795
  • Fares, Cheaper Railway, 387, 430
  • Fast Steamers of Different Nations, 272, 304
  • Feed-Pump, Lamont's, 325
  • Feed-Pumps, Compound Duplex, Carruther'F, 643
  • Feed-Pumps, Crankshaft v. Direct-Action, 301, 304
  • Feed-Water Filter, Gravitation, 837
  • Feed-Water Purification, 595. See LEITER, 681
  • Fencing Machinery (Factory Act), 795
  • Ferro-Silicon, Calcium in, 354
  • Field-Carriage Works at Barrow-in-Furness, 111
  • Field Guns and Howitzers, Schneider-Canet Quick-Firing, 72, 107, 211, 246. See LETTER, 551
  • Field Guns. See Guns
  • Filter, Feed-Water, Gravitation, 837
  • Filters, Reeves' Mechanical (Mather and Platt), 404
  • Filters and Sterilisers for Dairies, 3
  • Filtration Plant at Albany, 114
  • Filtration of Sewage, Continuous, 810
  • Fire Engines, Two Centuries of, 295
  • Fire-Office Rules for Electric Motors, 152
  • Firewood-Splitting Machinery, 413
  • Firing Practice of Schneider-Canet Field Guns and Howitzers, 72, 107, 211, 246. See LETTER, 551
  • Firth of Clyde Estuary Works, 382, 388
  • Flame Coloration and Spectrum of Nickel Compound, 646
  • Flange, Pipe., Drilling Machine (Addy, Sheffield), 145
  • Flanges, Standardisation of Extra Heavy, 886
  • Flanges, Wheel, for Railway Wagons, 295
  • Fleet. See Warelizpe
  • Fleetwood, Grain Elevator at, 180
  • "Fleswick," Engines of the Screw Steamer, 443
  • Floating Crane, 80-Ton, for the Santos Harbour Works (Dutch Company), 182
  • Floating Dock, Stephenson, 95
  • Floating Docks, 352
  • Flooded Railways, Legal Responsibility for, 194
  • Flooring for Engineers' Shops, 783, 814
  • Flourometer, 47, 93
  • Flying Machine, Hofmann,262
  • Foden Military Wagon, 77, 778, 793, 843
  • Fog and Atmospheric Transparency, 835
  • Foghorns on the Coast, 389, 496. See 401, 419,, 424, 564
  • Food and Beer, Estimation of Arsenio in, 543. See 413
  • Foot-Bridge over the Seine at Paris, 325
  • Foot-Bridges over Victoria Railway Station, Nottingham, 830
  • Foreign - Built Locomotives, 584, 653. See LErrEits, 528, 551, 687, 814
  • Foreign Technical Dictionary, 92
  • Foreign Warships Built in 1901, 844
  • Foreigners on British Ships, 223
  • Foreigners, Landholding by, in Japan, 846
  • Forging, Die-, 37, 105, 305, 469, 568, 669, 761, 823
  • Forging Steel, Treatment of, 634. See also 3.3, 426, 498, 633, 693
  • Forms of Ships' Sterns, 280
  • Formulae for Displacement and Dimensions of Ships, 314, 343. See Erratum, 373
  • "Forward" Gas Engine, 517
  • Foundations, Monier Cylinders for Bridge, 224
  • Foundations, River Bridge at Redheugh, Newcastle, 484, 550, 644
  • Foundries at Barrow-in-Furness, Vickers', 111
  • Fowler's Mechanical Engineers' Pocket•Bcok, 878
  • Fracture and Strains in Iron and Steel, 356
  • Frankfort, Electric Works at, 140
  • Freeboard Ships', 4, 29
  • Freezing Points of Dilute Solutions, 476
  • French Eight Hours' Day for Miners, 586
  • French Electric Tramway Crisis, 261
  • French Enterprise in Yunnan, 621
  • French Express Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • French Labour Troubles, 586'
  • French Lighthouses, Lightships, and Buoys, 389, 419. See also 401 424, 496, 564
  • French Locomotive Running Shed, 364
  • French Research in Alloys, 207
  • French Shipping Company, 226
  • French Shipping Subsidy Bill, 845
  • French Torpedo Boats " Siroco " and "Mistral," 577
  • Friction Draught Gear, 623
  • Froelich, Mr. F. R., on Hydraulic Pumping Machinery, 787, 821
  • Frost, Mr. G. Harwood, on Canadian Agricultural Machinery, 391, 446, 497
  • Fuel Economy of the Modern Liner, 268
  • Fuel, Liquid, H3droleum System of Burning, 817
  • Fuel, Oil, for Gas Engines, 480
  • Fuel, Oil, for Naval Ships, 270
  • Furnace Bosh, Water-Cooled Blast-, 66
  • Furnace Ingot Heating, 117
  • Furness Locomotive and Carriage Works, 178
  • Furness Railway Locomotives, 178
  • Ganz Electric Traction System. 455, 521, 612, 658, 689, 722, 809. See LETrERS
  • Garrard's Chain Driving, 440
  • Garrison Gun-Mounting Department at Vickers' Works, 111
  • Gas, Blast-Furnace, Motive Power from, 848
  • Gas, Blast-Furnace Power, 354
  • Gas Coke Ovens, 360
  • Gas Engine Research, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 567, 592, 628, 637, 663. See
  • LErrints, 589, 626, 680
  • Gas Engineering Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 322, 360, 394
  • Gas Engines. See Engines, Gas
  • Gas Manufacture and its Purification, 394
  • Gas Pipes, Electrolysis of, 361
  • Gas, Producer, Chemistry of, 622
  • Gas, Producer, Motors, 453
  • Gas Retorts, Inclined, 394
  • Gas Schemes in Parliament, 767
  • Gas Street Lamps, Automatic Lighting and Extinguishing, 322
  • Gas, Testing Dowson, 589, 626, 681
  • Gas Thermometry, 757
  • Gas, Water, as an Agent in the Manufacture of Coal Gas, 322
  • Gas Works Directory and Statistics, 878
  • Gasholder for Amsterdam, 360
  • Gauge for Small Pressures, 474
  • Gauge, Small Screw, 437, 563
  • Gear Cutter, Bilgram, 731
  • Generators, Performance of Electric, 458
  • Generators. See Electric
  • Genesis of Matter, 546
  • Geoghegan's Automatic Railway Coupler, 49
  • German Chemical Industry, 221. See LZTrER, 263
  • German Coal and Iron Rings, 90
  • German Consulate Trade Experts, 262
  • German Education and Chemistry, 221
  • German Electrical Enterprise. See Electrical
  • Engineers in Germany, Institution of
  • German Electrical Industry, 161
  • German Electricity Works, Statistics, 686
  • German Electro-Technical Industry, 193
  • German High=Speed Electric Railways, 12, 41,
  • 261, 361, 369, 558
  • German Hydraulic Pumping Machinery, 787, 821
  • German Liner, Twin-Screw Steamer " Iiron Prinz Wilhelm," 370, 458
  • German Municipal Electric Supply Works, 79, 139, 140. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • German Naval Architects' Year-Book, 280
  • German Navy, Constructive Development of the
  • Mtn- Boiler in the, 80, 130, 164. See LETTERS, 194, 263, 296
  • German Sea-Going Lighters, Large, 877
  • German Shipping Bounties, 411. See 433, 572
  • German Shipping and Shipbuilding Progress, 433. See 411, 572
  • German State Accident Funds, 141
  • German Tools at the Stanley Show, 731
  • Giffen, Sir Robert, on Economic Problems, 451, 570
  • Girder Resistance, Moment of, 753, 783
  • Gland Packing, Ward's Metallic, 163
  • Glasgow Corporation Tramways, 657. See Lsrrims, 25, 293, 405, 457, 681
  • Glasgow Engineering Congress. See Engineering Congress

Glasgow Exhibition :

  • Air Compressors, Vertical Compound (D, Stewart and Co.), 610
  • Barr, Stroud, and Becker Electric Clock, 117 Bleaching Plant, Mather's, 441
  • Boring Machine (Sharp, Stewart, and Co.), 40 Canadian Agricultural Machinery, 391, 445, 497
  • Centrifugal, Electrically-Driven (D. Stewart and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 881
  • Electrical Exhibits, 323
  • Electrically-Driven Pumps, 691
  • Engine, 500 Horse-Power, and Electric Gene¬rator (Markham, and British Westinghowle Company), 706
  • Glasgow Exhibition—continued
  • Engines, Quadruple-Expansion, and Water
  • Tube Boilers (Simpson, Strickland, and Co.,
  • Limited), 213. See LETTERS, 371, 405
  • Feed-Pumps, Compound Duplex, Carruther's,
  • 643
  • Feed-Water Filter, Gravitation, 837
  • Filters, Reeves' Mechanical (Mather and Platt),
  • 404
  • Gas Engine " Forward," 517
  • Glasgow Motor Car Competition, 557. See
  • LETTER, 626
  • Lathes, Turret (J. Lang and Sons), 13
  • Mather and Platt's Exhibits, 402, 441, 614
  • Mechanical Exhibits, 401
  • Milling Machine (Smith and Coventry), 676
  • Oil Motor, Headech's Heavy- (D. Stewart and
  • Co.), 648
  • Penman's Water-Tube Boiler, 27
  • Pneumatic Tools (R. G. Ross and Sons), 250
  • Printing Machine, Hoe 4-Roll, and Electric
  • Motor, 265. See LETTER, 296
  • Pump, Schleifmuhle Express, 405
  • Results, Attendance, &c., 686
  • Slotting Machine (Sharp, Stewart, and Co.),
  • 643
  • Tooling of Machines, 505, 539, 602
  • Turret Lathes (Herbert, Limited, and J. Lang
  • and Sons), 13
  • Wagon, 25-Ton Bogie Coal (Pickering), 627
  • Water-Tube Boilers, 27, 213, 849
  • Water-Tube Boiler (Sinclair), 849
  • Weighing Machine, Crane (Avery), 561. See Erratum, 581
  • Wood-Working Machinery (McDowall), 281
  • Glasgow Harbour and River Clyde Improvements, 349
  • "Glasgow Herald" PrintingMachine and Electric_ Drive, 265. See LETTER, 296
  • Glasgow Motor Car Competition, 557. See LETTER, 626
  • Glasgow Sewage Disposal, 359
  • Glasgow Tramways, 161
  • Glasgow University, Dixon Lectureship on
  • Alining at, 318
  • Glasgow University Engineering Laboratory,
  • 331, 371, 390, 406
  • Glasses for Scientific Purposes, 611
  • Globe Telegraph and Trust Company, 226
  • Godavari Bridge and Pneumatic Tools, 391, 614
  • Goldinining Prospector's Stamp, 161
  • Goldmining in Transvaal and Tarquah, 319
  • Goodman, Professor John, on the Strength of Drop-Forged Crane-Hooks, 547
  • Goods-Train Loads, 481
  • Gordon, Mr. A. E., on Sugar-Cane Triple-Crushing Plant, 646
  • Gorst, Sir John, on Educxtion, 619. See also 472, 604, 640
  • Gorton, Boiler Explosion at, 663
  • Gould, Mr. R., on Compound Locomotives in South America, 313, 463
  • Government Regulations as to Electric-Power
  • Distribution, 294
  • Grain Conveyor Weighing Machine, 483
  • Grain Elevator at Fleetwood, 180
  • Graphic Analysis of Propeller Reactions, 392, 429
  • Gravitation, 610
  • Grivitation, 610
  • Gravitational Matter in Interstellar Space, 511 Great Central and Great Northern, Nottingham Railway Station, 672, 736, 799, 830
  • Great Northern and Great Central, Nottingham Railway Station, 672, 736, 799, 830
  • Greenock Harbour and Mr. Kinipple, 780 Greenwood, Mr. Arthur, on the Adoption of the Metric System in our Workshops, 352, 389, 430 Griffin Chilled Wheels, 180
  • Grinder, The Guest Universal and Cutter, 771 Grinder, Universal and Cutter, 46
  • Grinding, Heavy Dimension, 719
  • Group Flashing Lights, Improved Rapid, 389, 564. See also 401, 419, 424, 496
  • Guest Universal Grinder and Cutter, 771
  • Guide to South Africa, 878
  • Gun Construction and Section, 146
  • Gun-Mounting Works at Barrow-in-Furnm, Vickers', 111
  • Gun-Power of British Warships, 715
  • Gun-Roller Paths in Barbettes, Planing, 216 Gunboats. See Warships
  • Guns, Erosion of, 47, 92
  • Guns and Howitzers, Schneider-Canet Quick Firing Field, 72, 107, 211, 246. See LErrnn, 551 Guns, Vickers' Naval, Breech Mechanism and Mountings, 145, 159, 198, 231 •
  • Gyroscopic Action and the Loss of the " Cobra," 452, 553. See LErrEns
  • Hackney Municipal Electricity Works and Refuse Destructor, 667
  • Halogen Acid Solutions, Electrolytic Conductivity of, 546
  • Hamburg and Berlin High-Speed Railway, 261, 361, 369, 568
  • Hammer, 16-Cwt. Steam, 691
  • Hammersmith Electric Tramways, London, 55
  • Harbour Engineers, Naval, 615
  • Harbour, Glasgow, and River Clyde Improvements, 349
  • Harbour Schemes in Parliament, 767
  • Harbour Works at Bilbao, 388, 460
  • Harbour Works, Zeebrugge, 38
  • Harbours in Japan, 656
  • Hardened Tool Steel, 145
  • Harding, Mr. J. R., on the Lighting of the Chinese Coast, 389, 424. See also 401, 419, 496, 664
  • Hardingham, Mr. G. G. M., on an Improved Mode of Procedure for the Granting of Letters Patent, 100
  • Hardness and other Properties of Iron and Steel, 356
  • Harvesting Machinery, Canadian, 39, 446, 497
  • Hazell's Annual, 878
  • Headech's Heavy-Oil Motor (Stewart), 548
  • Heat and Light Radiation from Polished and Dull Surfaces, 611. See LErrnn, 626
  • Heat Transmission through Water Vapours, 476
  • Heat of Water, Variation of Specific, 475
  • Heating Large Workshops, 405, 456, 457
  • Heavy Casting, Rail Transportation of, 500
  • Height of Waves, 437
  • Hele-Shaw, Professor, on Cooling Cylinders of Internal Combustion Engines, 311, 427
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams Hermann, R. and B., on the Works of the Dortmund and Ems Canal, 310, 338, 377, 428 Hetherington Horizontal Turning and Boring Machine, 374. See Errata, 409
  • High-Capacity Railway Wagons, 182, 515, 549, 627, 740
  • High-Pressure v. Low-Pressure Steam in Sugar Refinery, 227, 262, 296, 371
  • High-Pressure Steam-Pipe Flanges, 270
  • High-Pressure Steam Problems, Marine Engines, 270
  • High-Speed Electric Railways, 12, 41, 261, 361, 369, 558
  • High-Speed Engines, Wear of Parts of, 813
  • His Majesty's Ships built and tried in 1901, 844, 876
  • H.M. Battleship " Vengeance," Trials of, 59 H.M.S. " Cobra," Loss of, 452, 553. See Licrrms, Gyroscopic Action. and the Loss of the " Cobra" H.M.S. "King Alfred," Engines of (Vickers), 272, 298
  • H.M.S. " King Alfred," Vickers, 611
  • H.M.S. See also Warships
  • H.M S. Types of Water-Tube Boilers in, 657 Hodbarrow Mines, Millom, 179
  • Hoe Four-Roll, Printing Machine and Electric Motor, 265. See LwrrER, 296
  • Hofmann Flying Machine, 262
  • Hoists, Electric, Western of France Railway, 558
  • Hooks, Crane, Strength of Drop-Forged, 547 Hose Pipe, Wallach's Armoured, 49. See Erra¬tum, 128
  • Hospital Ship, United States Army Transport, 56, 80, 214
  • Howitzers and Field Guns, Schneider-Canet Quick-Firing, 72, 107, 211, 246. See LF;rrEe, 551
  • Humus and Sewage Treatment, 516
  • Hungarian State Railways, Locomotives, Com¬pound Passenger and Goods, 867
  • " Hyacinth " and " Minerva " Water-Tube Boiler Trials, 121, 124, 283, 291, 494. See LErrmts, 296, 371
  • Hydraulic Air Compressor, 114
  • Hydraulic Bolt-Driving Machine, 281
  • Hydraulic Mechanism for Gun Mountings, 198 Hydraulic Pumping Machinery, 787, 821 Hydraulics of the Resistance of Ships, 315, 834 Hydraulically-Operated Bulkhead Door, 48 Hydrogen, Volume and Pressure Scales, 475 Hydrography, Recording Soundings by Photography, 437
  • Hydroleum System of Burning Liquid Fuel, 817 Hydrostatic Pressure, 476
  • Hygrometric Method, A New, 851
  • Hylard and Bingham Rifle, 686
  • Ice. See Refrigerating
  • Implements, Agricultural, 2, 391, 445, 497, 811
  • Inclines, Temporary, on the Uganda Railway, 442. See 309, 334
  • Indian Coal, 223
  • Indian Locomotive Standardising and Competition, 584, 653. See LErrElts, 628, 551, 587, 814
  • Indian Railways, 60
  • Indicator for Platinum Thermometer, Callendar's Portable, 644
  • Indicator of Relative Speed of Twin Shafts, 27
  • Industrial Notes, 28, 61, 96, 134, 163, 197, 229,
  • 266, 297, 332, 375, 425, 459, 495, 530, 561, 691,
  • 627, 662, 691, 721, 754, 785, 817, 849, 879
  • Industries and Education, 619
  • Infantry Range-Finding, 437
  • Ingot Heating Furnace, 117
  • Institution of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers. See Electrical Engineers
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
  • Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects
  • Insurance Rules for Electric Motors, Fire, 152
  • Interchangeability and Standardisation, 417
  • Interference and Polarisation of Electric Waves, 477
  • International Engineering Congress at Glasgow. See Engineering Congress
  • Interstellar Space, Gravitational Matter in, 511
  • Inventions, Masters and Servants and the Right to, 89. See LETTER, 128
  • Ions, Nomenclature of the, 546
  • Irish Tunnel between Scotland and Ireland, 335, 387. See LETTERS, 457, 481
  • Iron, Annealing, 227
  • Iron and Coal, Mexican, 810
  • Iron and Coal, New South Wales, 193
  • Iron and Coal Rings, German, 90
  • Iron Combine, Anglo-Spanish, 523. See LETTER, 648
  • Iron and Copper Alloys, 353, 850
  • Iron, Copper, and Nickel, Electric Resistance at Different Temperatures, 631
  • Iron, Cuban, 91
  • Iron Industry, Russian, 91
  • Iron and Nickel, Electrical Conductivity, 610
  • Iron Ore Production of Various Countries, 845
  • Iron Ore Supplies, 20
  • Iron Ores, United States, 124
  • Iron and Steel Hardness, Determination of, 356
  • Iron and Steel Industries, Scotch, 315
  • Iron and Steel Institute Summer Meeting. See Engineering Congress, iron and Steel Section
  • Iron and Steel, Strains and Fracture in, 356
  • Iron Structure, Protection Against Rust, 117
  • Iron Works, Askam, 178. See 66
  • Iron Works, Compound Blowing Engine at the Askam, 365. See 178
  • Ironclads. See Warships
  • Ironfounder's Cupola, The Economic, 324
  • Irrigation, Egyptian, 492. See also 311, 329, 336. See Erratum, 426
  • Italian Rolling Stock, 515
  • Jackets, Steam, of Cylinders, 271
  • Jackson, Sir John, and Labour Problems, 695
  • James Watt Laboratory, Glasgow University, 331, 371, 390, 406
  • Jamieson, Professor A., on Dangers from Trolley Wires, and their Prevention, 362, 500
  • Japan, Economic Position of, 656
  • Japan Education, 258
  • Japan, Landholding by Foreigners in, 846
  • Japan Notes, 494, 668, 837
  • Japan Shipbuilding and Steelmaking, 416
  • Japan Shipping, 227
  • Japanese and British Torpedo-Boat Destroyer Trials, 749, 876
  • Japanese Society of Naval Architects, 812
  • Japanese Trade, Review, 488
  • Joints, High-Pressure Steam Pipes, 270
  • Joists, Critical Point in Rolled Steel, 440
  • Jubilee of an Engineering Firm (Denny and Co., Dumbarton), 23
  • Junior Engineers, Institution of, Presidental Address by Sir John Jackson, 695
  • Kapp, Mr. Gisbert, on the Rating and Testing of Electrical Machinery, 313, 341
  • Kelvin's Electric Measuring Instruments, 364
  • Kernot, Professor W. C., on Australian Railways, 348, 386
  • Khartoum, Railways to, 347, 385
  • "King Alfred," Engines of II.M.S , 272, 298
  • "King Alfred," H.M. Armoured Cruiser, 611
  • "King Edward," Parsons's Turbine Driven Clyde Steamer, 16
  • Kinipple, The late Mr. Walter Robert, 780
  • Kites and Exploration of Atmosphere, 757
  • Kites for Exploring Atmosphere at Sea, 514
  • Korea Railways, 492
  • Korea Trade, 1900, 413
  • Krieger Electromobile, 718
  • "Kronprinz Wilhelm," North German Lloyd Twin-Screw Steamer, 370, 458
  • Krupp, Barbette Mounting for 74-Centimetre Gun, 200
  • Kt1h1, Mr. C. H., on the Danube Improvement Works, 883. See 348
  • Laboratory, National Physical, 417, 473
  • Laboratory, Engineering, at Glasgow University, 331, 371, 390, 406
  • Labour Involved in the Construction of Various Ships, 215
  • Labour Problems, 695
  • Labour Questions. See Industrial Xotes
  • Labour Remuneration, Premium System, 351, 376, 379, 383
  • Labour Troubles in America, 186
  • Labour Troubles in France, 586
  • Lahmeyer and Co., E. A. G., 139
  • Lahmeyer Triphase Electric Motor and Mine Pump, 12
  • Laing, The late Sir James, 846
  • Lake Superior Iron Ores, 124
  • Lamont's Feed Pumps, 325
  • Lamp, Bang's Electric, 812
  • Lamps for Buoys, 401. See also 389, 419, 424,
  • 496, 564
  • Lamps, Gas Street, Automatic Lighting and Ex
  • tinguishing, 322
  • Landholding by Foreigners in Japan, 846
  • Large Liners and Coal Consumption, 268
  • Las Palmas Slipway, Grand Canary, 679. See Errata, 713
  • Lasche, Mr. 0., on the Construction and Systematic Manufacture of Alternators, 173, 205, 240, 277
  • Lasche, Mr. 0., on High-Speed Electric Railways, 12, 41, 261, 361, 369, 558
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Lathes, &c., at the Stanley Show, 731
  • Lathes, Turret, at the Glasgow Exhibition. See Glasgow Exhibition
  • Launch Engines and Water-Tube Boiler(Simpson, Strickland, and Co., Limited), 213. See LETTERS 371, 405
  • Launch of H.M.S. " King Alfred," 611
  • Launch, Shallow-Draught Twin-Screw (Simpson, Strickland, and Co.), 836
  • Launches and Trial Trips. 25, 67, 100, 136, 236, 272, 295, 323, 432, 466, 493, 534, 663, 589, 613, 668, 688, 758, 819, 853, 861
  • Laval Turbine v. Engine, Steam Dynamo Tests, 681
  • Law. See Legal
  • Leaf-Arrester at Water-Supply Intakes, 404
  • Lectureship, Dixon, on Mining at Glasgow University, 318

Legal :

  • Arbitration and Arbitrators, 155
  • Compensation for Compulsory Purchase, 686
  • Definition of a Mineral, 260
  • Factory and Workshop Act, 1901, 795
  • Foreigners on British Ships, 223
  • Law of Contracts, Text-Book for Technical
  • Schools of Engineering and Architecture, 601
  • Law of Support, 276
  • Locus Standi as to Private Bills, 190
  • Master and Servant and the Rights to Inventions, 82. See LETTER, 128
  • Motor-Car Drivers' Liability, 621
  • Opposition to Private Bills, 190
  • Overhead Wires, 621
  • Prevention of Corruption, 57. See LE'rrERs, 191
  • Private Bill Reports, 295
  • Procedure for Granting Letters Patent, 100
  • Prolongation of Patents, 330
  • Rating of Disused Premises 21
  • Responsibility for Damage by Floods, 194
  • Taff Vale Railway Case, Liability of Trade Unions, 1'23, 193, 523
  • Trade Libels, 685
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, Statistics, 58, 654
  • Legislation, Factory, 795
  • Leith, Boiler Explosion at, 846
  • Lengthening Steam Yacht " Atmah," 182
  • Lenke, Mr. R., on the Use of Highly-Superheated Steam in Engines, 342, 349
  • Lenses for Scientific Purposes, 511
  • Letters to the Editor, 25, 47, 92, 128, 162, 194, 227, 262, 296, 371, 405, 466, 481, 526, 551, 687, 623, 647, 680, 719, 762, 783, 813, 847
  • Letters Patent, Improved Procedure for Granting, 100
  • Liability of Motor-Car Drivers, 621
  • Liability of Trade Unions, Taff Vale Railway Case, 123, 193, 523
  • Libels, Trade, 685
  • Lifeboats of Warships, 392, 431
  • Liffey River, Dublin Sewage Discharge into, 758
  • Lifting-Jack for Electric Cars, 881
  • Lifts, Electric, Western of France Railway, 558
  • Light Railway Schemes in Parliament, 794, 816 See also 748, 750, 765
  • Light Railways, Belgian, Electricity on the, 491
  • Lighters, Large German Sea-Going, 877
  • Lighthouse Illuminants, 389, 401, 419, 424, 496, 564
  • Lighthouses, Lightships, and Buoys in France, Progress, 389, 419. See also 401, 424, 496, 564
  • Lighthouses on the Scotch and Isle of Man Coasts, 389, 496. See also 401, 419, 424, 564
  • Lighting of the Chinese Coast, 389, 4'24. See also 401, 419, 496, 564
  • Lighting, Croydon Electric Tramways and, 414
  • Lighting the Scottish and Isle of Man Coasts, 389, 496. See also 401, 419, 424, 564
  • Lightning, Protection of Buildings from, 436
  • Lights, Improved Rapid-Group Flashing, 564. See 389, 401, 419, 424, 496
  • Lights, Marine, 401. See also 389, 419, 424, 496, 564
  • Lightships, French, 380, 419. See also 401, 421, 496, 564
  • Limestone Coalfields in West Lothian, 318
  • Limits of Economical Speed of Ships, 296 Lippmann Electrometer, 476
  • Liquid Air, Pictet's Oxygen Separation Process, 368
  • Liquid Fuel for Gas Engines, 480
  • Liquid Fuel, Hydroleum System of Burning, 817 Liquid Fuels. See Oil Fuels
  • Liquid and Solid Viscosity in Magnetic Fields, 510
  • List and Munn's Gravitation Feed-Water Filter, 837
  • Literature, 207, 239, 280, 307, 507 601, 862 Littledale, J. W. E., on the Speed of Machine. Shop Tools, 831
  • Liverpool Motor Vehicle Trials, Award, 225
  • Lloyd's Return of Shipwrecks, &c., 126, 260, 4:5
  • Lloyd's Shipbuilding Return, 59, 526
  • Loads of Goods Trains, 481
  • Local and Express Railway Services, 481
  • Locomotive BalancinF, 700, 726, 755. See Limn-Nis Locomotive and Carriage Works, Furness, 178
  • Locomotive, Compound Goods, Prussian State Railway, 771
  • Locomotive Construction, Die-Forging in, 469, 568, 669. See 37, 105, 305, 761, 825
  • Locomotive Design, British Practice, 588
  • Locomotive, Express, Eastern of France Railway, 580
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Illinois Central Railroad, Baldwin, 827
  • Locomotive Manufacture, Standardising and Competition, 584, 653. See LErrERs, 528, 551, 587, 814
  • Locomotive, Mineral, for the Caledonian Railway, 281
  • Locomotive, Mining, Baldwin, 827
  • Locomotive, Narrow - Gauge Side -Tank, for Egypt, 325
  • Locomotive Running Shed, Eastern Railway of France, 364
  • Locomotive Steam Crane, 20 Ton, Wilson's, 661
  • Locomotive, Three - Cylinder Compound for North Eastern Railway, 13
  • Locomotive Work and Pneumatic Tools, 391, 614 Locomotives, Compound, 92
  • Locomotives, Compound Passenger and Goods, Hungarian State Railway, 867
  • Locomotives, Compound South American, 313, 463
  • Locomotives, Electric v. Steam, 309, 334 Locomotives, Furness Railway, 178
  • Locomotives, Railway, 403
  • LOC118 stanai as to Private Bills, 190
  • London to Brighton Express Line, 525, 557 London Deep-Tunnel Railway Schemes, 583, 718, 750, 766
  • London Directory, Post Office, 878
  • London Electric Tramways (Hammersmith), 55
  • London and North-Western Railway trainloads. 456. See LETTER, 481
  • London Railway Communication. 583, 718, 750, 766
  • London and South-Western Railway Signalling,
  • Pneumatic., 157
  • London Underground Railway Electrification. 455, 521, 612, 658, 689, 722, 809 See LEITERS
  • Lorries, Military,'622, 771, 778, 793, 843
  • Lorries. See also Motor Cars
  • Lothian Oil Shale Fields, 318
  • Luminous Rays, Pressure of, 874
  • Macalpine, Mr. J. H., on a Solution of the Vibration Problem, 7, 63, 97. See LETTERS, 47, 92, 128, 589, 626
  • Macaulay, Captain G. B., on the Soudan Railways, 347, 385
  • Machine-Shop Practice in the United States, 858

Machine Tools :

  • Angle-Bevelling Machine (Davis and Primrose, Leith), 706
  • Bilgram Bevel-Gear Cutter at the Stanley Show, 731
  • Boring and Facing Machines, 115
  • Boring Machine (Sharp, Stewart, and Co.,) 46
  • Chain-Driving, 440 ,
  • Drilling Machine, Pipe-Flange (Addy, Sheffield)i 145
  • Electric Drive of Tools, 21, 68
  • Electric Driving in Factories, 456
  • German Tools at the Stanley Show, 731
  • Grinder, The Guest Universal and Cutter,, 771
  • Grinder, Universal and Cutter, 46
  • Grinding, Heavy Dimension, 719
  • Herbert's Screw Machine and Shaving Lathe at the National Show, 770, 801
  • Lathe, Capstan, Herbert, 803
  • Lathe, 12-In. Shafting (Atlas Company, Manchester), 826
  • Lathes and Boring Machines for Torpedo Manufacture, 398
  • Lathes, &c., at the Nation 3l Show, 770, 801
  • Lathes, &c., at the Stanley Show, 731
  • Lathes, Tooling of, 505, 539, 602
  • Lathes, Turret (Herbert, Limited), 13
  • Milling Machine, Richards' Universal Vertical and Horizontal, 308
  • Milling Machine (Smith and Coventry), 676
  • Planers, Portable, for Gun-Roller Paths on Barbettes, 216
  • Pneumatic Caulker, Riveter, and Drills, 249
  • Pneumatic Tools, 391, 614
  • Portable v. Stationary Machine Tools, 21
  • Power in Factories, 21, 68, 114, 352, 384, 391, 422, 456, 800, 881
  • Premium Wage and Management Efficiency, 379. See 351, 376. 383
  • lleineeker Lathes, &c.,
  • Stanley Show, 731
  • Schischkar's Company Drills and Milling Tools, 731
  • Speed and Cut of Tools, 881
  • Steam Hammer, 15-Cwt., 691
  • Shipbuilding Machine Tools, 169
  • Slotting Machine (Sharp, Stewart, and Co.), 643
  • Tooling of Machines, 505, 539, 602
  • Turning and Boring Machine, Heavy Horizontal (Hetherington), 374. See Errata, 409
  • United States v. British, 858
  • Woodworking Machinery, 281
  • Machinery for Engraving Type, 439
  • Machinery, Naval, 296
  • Machinery for Splitting Firewood, 443
  • Magnetic Action of Coils 850
  • Magnetic Papers of the British Association, 476, 510
  • Magnetic Work on Board the " Discovery,,) 510
  • Magnetisable Liquids and Solids, Viscosity in
  • Magnetic Fields, 510
  • Mains, Government Regulations as to, 294
  • Making of Type, 439
  • Malay Tin Supplies, 684
  • Manchurian Railway, Completion of, 718
  • Mansergh, Mr. G. H., Presidential Address at International Congress, 333
  • Manoeuvres, Naval, 189
  • Manoeuvres, Secrecy as to Naval, 189, 257
  • Manometer for Recording High-Pressure Explosions. 402
  • Manufacture of Alternators, Construction and
  • Systematic, 173, 205, 240, 277
  • Manufacture of Carbon Bisulphide, 453
  • Manufacture of Coke, 357
  • Manufacture of Steel, 353, 426, 498, 633, 693
  • Marine Engineering During the Last Ten Years,
  • 160, 267,298
  • Marine Engineering Papers at the Glasgow Con
  • gress, 314, 352, 392
  • Marine Engineering. See Engineering and
  • Warships
  • Marine Engineering Shop Management, 379. See
  • 351. 376. 383
  • Marine Engines. See Engines
  • Marine Lights, 401. See also 389, 419, 424, 496, 564
  • Marine Propellers. See Propellers
  • Maritime Works Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 310, 348, 388
  • Marriage and Natality, 574
  • "Mars " Automatic Pistol, 752
  • Masonry, Strength of, 416
  • Master and Servant and the Rights to Inventions, 89. See LETTER, 128
  • Materials, Stress upon, in Cargo and Torpedo
  • Boat Destroyers' Engines, 298
  • Mathematical Progress, 472
  • Mathematics, Teaching of, 573. See 472, 604, 619, 640
  • Mather and Platt's Exhibits at Glasgow, 104, 441, 514
  • Mather's Bleaching Plant, 441
  • Matter, Genesis of, 546
  • Maxim's Explosives, Sir H. S., 156. See LETTERS, 195, 228, 457
  • McKechnie, Mr. James, on Marine Engineering
  • During the Last Ten Years, 160, 267, 293
  • Measures and Weights, Metric, 352, 3s9, 430
  • Measuring Instruments, Kelvin's Electric, 364
  • Mechanical Engineering Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 311, 349, 389
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of: Barrow Meeting, 159, 178
  • Naval Ordnance, by Lieut. A. Trevor Dawson,
  • 145, 159, 198, 231. See Lwrrins, 263, 296
  • The Arrangement and Equipment of Ship-building Works, by Mr. James Dunn, 159, 169, 183, 215. See Addendum, 579
  • Barrow Docks and Approaches by Land and Sea, by Mr. Frank Stileman, 159, 285
  • Visit to Vickers' Works, 110, 160, 169, 183, 215. See Addendum., 579
  • Review of Marine Engineering During the Last Ten Years, by Mr. James McKechnie, 160, 267, 298
  • Some Work in the Development of a Motor Car, by Mr. M. Holroyd Smith, 161 Excursions, 161
  • Annual Dinner, 161
  • Barrow Hematite Steel Works, by Mr. Arthur J. Wilde, 178, 710
  • History of Furness Railway Locomotives, by Mr. W. F. Pettigrew, 178
  • Visits and Excursions :
  • Furness Locomotive and Carriage Works, 178
  • Askam Iron Works, 178
  • Furness Railway and Docks, 179
  • Hodbarrow Mine, Millom, 179
  • Works of the Barrow Corporation, 180
  • Barrow Pulp Works, 180
  • Griffin Chilled Wheels, 180
  • Other Works,
  • 180
  • Excursion to Fleetwood and Blackpool, 180
  • Excursion to the Lakes, 1S2
  • Second Report of the Gas Engine Research Committee, by Professor F. W. Burstall, 567, 592, 628, 637, 663. See LurrErts, 589, 626, 680
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of—
  • continued.
  • The Balancing of Locomotives, by Professor W. E. Dalby, 700, 726, 755
  • The Microscopical Examination of the Alloys of Copper and Tin, by Mr. William Camp¬bell, B.Sc., 877
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of:
  • Milwaukee Meeting, 21, 43, 114
  • Requirements of Electricity in Manufacturing Work, by Mr. W. S. Aldrich, 21, 68
  • Portable v. Stationary Machine Tools, by John Riddell, 21
  • A Report of Committee on Standardising Methods of Making Engine Tests, 21
  • The Practical Application of Superheated
  • Steam, by Mr. G. A. Hutchinson, 22 Drafting-Room and Shop System, by Mr. F. 0.
  • Ball, 22
  • Excursions, 23
  • Influence of Titanium on the Properties of Cast
  • Iron and Steel, by Mr. A. J. Rossi, 43
  • A Few Instruments of Precision at the Paris
  • Exposition-of 1900, by Mr. W. E. Reed, 44 Bevel-Gear Cutting Machines at Paris, by Mr.
  • F. J. Miller, 44
  • The Locomotive Exhibits at the Paris Exhibi-tion, by Mr. Storm Bull, 44
  • A New Connecting-Rod End, by Mr. C. W. Hunt, 44
  • Excursions, 46
  • A Filtration Plant at Albany, by Mr. W. 0. Webber, 114
  • The Hydraulic Air-Compressor Test, by Mr. W. 0. Webber, 114
  • The Bardwell Votometer, 115
  • Some Experiments on Ball Step-Bearings,. by Mr. C. H. Benjamin, 115
  • A Special form of Boring and Facing Machine, by Mr. W. S. Russel, 115
  • Excursions, 115
  • Efficiency Tests of a 125 Horse-Power Gas Engine, by Mr. C. H. Robinson, 115
  • A Method of Preparing and Baling Cotton in. Round Bales of Uniform Lap, by Mr. J. R. Fordyce, 115
  • The Protection of Ferric Structures, by Mr. M. P. Wood, 117
  • An Improved Type of Ingot-Heating Furnace, by Mr. F. H. Daniels, 117
  • Final Proceedings, 117
  • Mechanical Exhibits at the Glasgow Exhibition, 401. See Glasgow Exhibition
  • Mechanical Principle of Atmospheric Circula-tion, 835
  • Mechanical World Pocket-Book and Diary, 878 Medway and Thames Canal Scheme, 768 Mercadier Multiplex Telegraph, 666
  • " Mercedes," Coal-Carrying Steamer, 848 Merchant Shipping Progress, British and Foreign, 433. See 411
  • Mercury, Surface Tension Determined by Ripples, 476
  • Mercury Vapour, Electric Conduction through, 477
  • Meridional Rift on the Uganda Railway, 442. See 309, 334
  • Merryweather's Finn, History of, 295 Merryweather's Light Oil-Fuel Boiler, 877
  • " Mesoudie," Reconstruction of Turkish Battle-ship, 529
  • Messageries Maritimes, 226
  • Metal Markets, 490. See also Tin and Copper • Metal Price Diagram, 26,162, 374, 494, 660, 784, 880 Metals at Higher Temperature, Ammonia Action, 545
  • Metals, Minute Structure of, 543
  • Metals, Specific Heat at Low Temperature, Deter¬mination of, 475
  • Metals and Woods, Elastic Fatigue of, 476 Metallic Alloys, 353, 851
  • Metallography, Nomenclature of, 315
  • Meteorological Papers at the British Association, 513
  • Meteorological Society, Royal :
  • The Exploration of the Atmosphere at Sea
  • by Means of Kites, by Mr. A. Lawrence
  • Rotch, 757. See 514
  • Meteorological Phenomena and Relation to
  • Changes in the Vertical, by Professor J.
  • Milne, 757
  • Further Observations and Conclusions in Rela
  • tion to Atmospheric Transparency, by the
  • Hon. Rollo Russell, 835
  • Meters, Electrical, of the Electrolytic Type, 364
  • Methylated Spirit, 543
  • Metric System, 352, 389, 430
  • Metric System, WeEghts Found Wanting, 93
  • Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railway
  • Electrification, 521, 612, 658, 689, 722. See
  • LErrgas, 455, 521, 809
  • Metropolitan Railway Carriage and Wagon
  • Company's Works, Power Transmission, 800
  • Mexican Coal and Iron, 810
  • Michelson-Morley Effect., 511
  • Microscopical Examination of the Alloys of
  • Copper and Tin, 877
  • Microscopy of Alloys, 851. See 353
  • Microscopy and Structure of Metals, 543
  • Military Motor Vehicles, 622, 771, 778, 703, 843.
  • See LETTER, 128
  • Military Railways, Soudan, 347, 385
  • Milk Filters, Sterilisers, &o., 3
  • Milling and Drilling Machines. See also Machine
  • Toots 179
  • Millom Breakwater for Foreshore Reclamation, 179.
  • Mine Pump, Lahmeyer, Triphase Electric Motor and, 12
  • Mine Ventilation, 357
  • Mineral, Legal Definition of a, 260
  • Mineral Resources in Quebec, 357
  • Minerals, British Columbia, 369. See also 412
  • Miners' Eight Hours' Day in France, 586
  • "Minerva " and " Hyacinth " Water-Tube Boiler Trials, 121, 121, 283, 291, 494. See LErrEfts, 296, 371
  • Mines Hodharrow, Millom Barrier for Foreshore Reclamation, 179
  • Mines. Temperature in, 613
  • Mining, Dixon Lectureship on, at Glasgow University, 31R
  • Mining by Electricity, Alternating Current for,
  • 357
  • Mining Locomotive, Baldwin, 827
  • Mining Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 317, 357
  • Mining Prospector's Stamp, 161
  • Mining Surveys, Connection of the Underground and Surface, 356
  • Mining and Treatment of Copper Ore in South Australia, 357
  • Miscellanea, 26, 51, 94, 127, 153, 195, 228, 255, 289, 327, 373, 409,
  • 651, 687, 713, 745, 449, 485, 519, 560,
  • 775, 807, 839, 870 5)30, 617,
  • Mississippi River Imps ovements, 348, 381
  • " Mistral" and " Siroco " French Torpedo-Boats, 577
  • Moabit Power Central Station, 9
  • Model Tank Experiments, 4, 19. See LETTER, 128
  • Modulus, Measurement of Young's, 757
  • Mole Construction at Bilbao, 388, 460
  • Molesworth, Sir G. L., on the Uganda Railway, 309, 334. See 342
  • Moment of Resistance, 753, 783
  • Monier Cylinders for Bridge Foundations, 224
  • Moscow Kasan Kischtyn Railway, 161
  • Motive Power from Blast-Furnace Gases, by Mr. Bryan Donkin, 848. See 354
  • Motor Car, Alcohol Engines for, 525
  • Motor Car, Automobile Club Trials, 557. See LETTER, 626
  • Motor-Car Developments, 161, 239, 324, 417, 831
  • Motor-Car Drivers' Legal Liability, 621
  • Motor-Car Engines, Cooling Cylinders of, 311, 427
  • Motor-Car Exhibitions, 731, 770, 779, 793
  • Motor Car, Krieger Electromobile, 718
  • Motor Cars, The Development of, 161, 417
  • Motor Cars, Military Lorries, 622, 771, 778, 793, 843. See LETTER, 128
  • Motor Cars, Road Resistance, 402
  • Motor Vehicle Trials at Liverpool, Award, 225
  • Motor Vehicles and Motors, their Design, Construction and Working, by Steam, Oil, and Electricity, 239
  • Motor Wagon, 4-Ton Steam, 324
  • Motor Water-Car, Electric, 834
  • Motor, Headech's Heavy-Oil (D. Stewart and Co.), 548
  • Motors. See also Electric Motors for Gun Mountings, 198
  • Mountings, Gun, Pedestal, Central Pivot, and
  • Barbette, 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Municipal Electric Works in Germany, 79, 139, 140
  • Municipal Engineering Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 319, 358, 393
  • Municipal Sanitation, 360
  • Municipal Trading, Electrical Industry, 716
  • Municipalism and Board of Trade, 416
  • Municipalities and Opposition to Private Bills, 190
  • Musical Brass Instruments, Air Pressures Used in Playing, 850
  • Natality and Marriage, 574
  • National Cycle Show, 770, 779, 803. See 731
  • National Physical Laboratory, 417, 473
  • Naval Administration, The Secrecy of, 257. See 189
  • Naval Architects' Annual, German, 2S0

Naval Architects, Institution of :

  • Glasgow Meeting (continued from preceding
  • volume), 4. See also 19
  • Freeboard, by Mr. A. Denny, 4, 29
  • A Proposed Experimental Tank, 4, 19. See LETTER, 128
  • Telegrams to the King and to the German Emperor, 5
  • The Transverse Strength of Ships, by Mr. J. Bruhn, 5, 30
  • A Solution, of the Vibration Problem, by Mr.
  • J. H. Macalpine, 7, 63, 97. See LErrERs, 47, 92, 128, 589, 626
  • Excursions to Shipyards and Engine Works, 7
  • The Institution Dinner, 7
  • Standardising the Results of Ship Calculations, by Professor J. H. Biles, 7
  • Screw Propellers, by Mr. S. W. Barnaby and Mr. Drzewiecki, 8
  • The Adoption of a Rational System of Units in Questions of Naval Construction, by Mon. A. Mauser, 8
  • Lord Glasgow's Garden Party, 8
  • Reception at Glasgow University, 8
  • Excursion on the Firth of Clyde, 8. See also 16
  • Transactions of the Institution, 1901, 782
  • Naval Architects and the Navy, 19. See also 4
  • Naval Architecture Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 314, 352, 392
  • Naval Architecture in Japan, 812
  • Naval Construction, Director of, 657, 812
  • Naval Construction in Japan, Steel-Making and, 416
  • Naval Construction, Standardisation, 7, 8
  • Naval Development of the Nineteenth Century, 314
  • Naval Engines, Typical, 272, 298
  • Naval Guns. See Guns
  • Naval Harbour Engineers Staff, 616
  • Naval Machinery. See Engines
  • Naval Manceuvres, 189, 257
  • Naval and Mercantile Machinery, Weight and Space Occupied, 272, 303
  • Naval Ordnance, 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Navy Boilers, 121, 124, 283, 291. See LErriiits, 296, 371
  • Navy Committee Report on Water-Tube Boilers, 121, 124, 283, 291. See LETTERS' 296, 371
  • Navy Debate in Parliament, 53. See 19
  • Navy, Engineer Officers in, 87, 94
  • Navy Engineers and Executive Rank, United States, 683
  • Navy v. Merchant Ships' Speeds, 296
  • Navy Problems, 19, 53
  • Navy. See Warships
  • Neptune, Position of a Planet Beyond, 512
  • New South %Vales Iron and Coal, 193
  • New South Wales Railways, 585
  • New York Subway, 477, 507, 547, 576, 637, 674, 699, 737, 763, 7771857
  • New Zealand, Foreign Competition in, 528
  • New Zealand Public Works and Railways, 657
  • Newcastle, Redheugh Bridge at, 484, 550, 644
  • Nickel Compound, Flame Coloration and Spectrum of, 546
  • Nickel Iron and Copper, Electric Resistance at Different Temperatures, 631
  • Nickel and Iron Electrical Conductivity, 510
  • Nickel Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Nile Dam, 492. See also 311, 329, 336. See Erratum, 426
  • Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 227
  • Nitro-Cellulose v. Cordite, 233, 234. See also 715
  • Nitro-Explosives, Compounds for Shells, 156. See LETTERs, 195, 228, 457
  • Nitro-Explosives and the Erosion of Guns, 47, 02
  • Nomenclature of the Ions, 546
  • Nomenclature of Metallography, 315
  • Normand, Mr. J. A., on the Displacement and Dimensions of Ships, 314, 843. See Erratum, 373
  • North-Eastern Railway, Three-Cylinder Coin-pound Locomotive, 13
  • North German Lloyd Twin - Screw Steamer " Kronprinz Wilhelm," 370, 458
  • North, Notes from the. 16, 50, 84, 118, 152, 186, 218, 253, 288, 326, 372, 408, 448, 484, 518, 559, 590, 616, 650, 676, 712, 744, 774, 815, 838, 871
  • North Sea-Baltic Canal, 261
  • Nottingham Railway Station, Great Central and Great Northern, 672, 736, 799, 830
  • Nuremberg, Electric Works at, 139

Obituary:

  • Observations of Eclipse, Automatic, 512
  • Observatory Results, Ben Nevis, 514
  • Obturator for Vickers' Guns, 148
  • Oceanic Salts, Deposits and Separation, 546
  • Ockerson, Mr. J. A., on Mississippi River Improvements, 348, 381
  • Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil, and Motor Cars
  • Oil-Fuel Boiler (Merryweather), 877
  • Oil Fuel for Gas Engines, 480
  • Oil Fuel, Hydroleum System of Burning, 817
  • Oil Fuel for Naval Ships, 270
  • Oil Incandescent Burners for Lighthouse Illumination, 389, 419. See also 401, 424, 496, 564
  • Oil Motor, Headech's Heavy- (D. Stewart and Co.), 548
  • Oil Shale Fields in Lothians, 318
  • Oil Tanks at the Barrow Docks, 159, 285
  • Opposition to Private Bills, 190
  • Ordnance Exhibits at the Buffalo Exhibition 827 827
  • Ordnance. See Guns
  • O'Reilly, Dr. M. F., on the late Mc. Henry Julius Smith, 526
  • OriOn of Coal, 243
  • Oscillating Fields on Electrical Resistance, the Effect of a High Frequency, 29
  • Ovens, Coke, for Gas Production, 360
  • Overhead Conductors, Government Regulations as to Electric, 294
  • Overhead Electric Wires, and their Dangers, 362, 500
  • Overhead Wires, Legal Question, 621
  • Overtime Legislation, 795
  • Oxygen-Separation Process, Pictet's, 368
  • Packing, Ward's Metallic Gland, 163
  • Paint for Protecting Iron against Rust, 117
  • Palmer's Shipyard Electrical Equipment, 607 Pan, Vulcanising, Explosion of, 562
  • Panama Canal, 404
  • Paris Exhibition, 44
  • Paris, Foot-Bridge over the Seine at, 325
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway, NeW Cars, 224
  • Parliament and the Navy, 53. See 19 Parliamentary Private Bill Reports, 295
  • Parliamentary Private Bills, Opposition (Legal), 190
  • Parliamentary Schemes, 748, 750, 765, 794, 816
  • Parsons, The Hon. Chas. A., and Stoney, Mr. G. G., on Trials of Steam Turbines for Driving Dynamos, 339
  • Parsons' rurbine-Driven Clyde Steamer " King Edward,". 16
  • Parsons' Turbine - Driven Destroyer " Cobra," 452, 553. See LErrillts, Gyroscopic Action and the Lou of the " Cobra"
  • Parsons' Turbines, Steam Regenerator for Working, 391, 466
  • Parsons' Turbines for Steamers, 272, 304
  • Passenger Revenue of Atlantic Liners, 303
  • Passing of the Steam Engine, 453
  • Patent Record, 35, 69, 103, 137, 171, 203, 237, 273, 345, 467, 503, 535, 566, 599, 635, 607, 729, 759, 791, 823, 855
  • Patents and Arbitration, 155
  • Patents in the Australian Commonwealth, 263
  • Patents in Cyprus, 681
  • Patents, Improved Procedure for Granting, 100
  • Patents, Masters and Servants and the Right to Inventions, 89. See LErrER, 128
  • Patents, Prolongation of, 330
  • Patents in South Africa, 720
  • Pearn's Compound Single-Acting Ram Pump, 865
  • Pelton Water Wheel, 391
  • Pendulum, without Approximation, Simple, 473
  • Penman's Water-Tube Boiler, 27
  • Performance of Electric Generators, 458
  • Permeameter, 510
  • Persian-Russo Railway Project, 01
  • Petroleum. See Oil
  • Philippines and Cuba, British Trade with, 841
  • Phillips, Mr Ernest D. on Electric Power in Railway Carriage Works, 800
  • Phosphorus and Carbon Variations in Steel Billets, 815
  • Photo-Electric Cells, 510
  • Photography, Recording Soundings by, 437

Physical Society :

  • The Effect of a High-Frequency Oscillating Field on Electrical Resistance, by Mr. S. A.

F. White, 29

  • The Spectrum of Cyanogen, by Mr. E. C. C. Baly and Dr. H. W. Syers, 29
  • On the Variation with Temperature of the Thermo-Electromotive Force, and of the Electric Resistance of Nickel, Iron, and Copper between the Temperatures of — 200 Deg. and + 1050 Deg., by Mr. E. P. Harri¬son, 631
  • The Asymmetry of the Zeeman Effect, by Mr. G. W. Walker, 632
  • A Voltameter for Small Currents, by Dr. R. A. Lehfeldt, 757
  • On a Model which Imitates the Behaviour of Dielectrics, by Dr. J. Buchanan, 757
  • Note on the Numerical Value of the " Characteristic " of Water, by Mr. J. Macfarlane Gray, 757
  • Multiple - Transmission Fixed - Arm Spectroscopes, by Professor W. Cassie, 767
  • The Measurement of Young's Modulus, by Professor W. Cassie, 757
  • Notes on Gas Thermometry ; Part IL, by Dr. P. Chappuis, 757
  • On Circular Filaments or Circular Magnetic Shells Equivalent to Circular Coils, by Professor T. R. Lyle, 850
  • Equivalent Radius of a CJil, by Professor Lyle, 850
  • Air Pressures used in Playing Brass Instruments, by Dr. E. H. Bak ton and Mr. S. C. Laws, 850
  • New Hygrometric Method, by Mr. E. B. H. Wade, 851
  • Picketing, Trade-Union Legal Liability for, 123, 193, 523
  • Pictet's Oxygen-Separation Process, 368
  • Pier Schemes in Parliament, 767
  • Pig-Iron Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Pig-Iron Production of Various Countries, 845
  • Pinnaces for Warships, 392, 431
  • Pipe-Flange Drilling Machine (Addy, Sheffield), 145
  • Pipe Joints, High-Pressure Steam, 270
  • Pipe, Wallach's Armoured Hose-, 49. See Erratum, 128
  • Pipes, Electrolysis of Gas, 361
  • Pipes, Steam, 587
  • Pistol, " Mars " Automatic, 752
  • Piston Packings, 300
  • Piston Speeds, Marine Engines, 298, 813
  • Planers, Portable, for Gun-Roller Paths on Barbettes, 216
  • Planet Beyond Neptune, Position of a, 512
  • Planing Machine, Roller-Feed Wood (McDowall), 281.
  • Planing Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Platinum Thermometer, Callendar's Portable Indicator for, 644
  • Ploughshares, Chilled Cast-Iron (the late Mr. G. A. Bidden), 47
  • Pneumatic Caulker, Riveter, and Drills, 249
  • Pneumatic. See also Compressed Air
  • Pneumatic Railway Signalling, London and South-Western Railway, 157
  • Pneumatic Signalling, 347, 531. See LETTER, 551
  • Pneumatic Tools, 391, 614
  • Polarisation and Interference of Electric Waves, 477
  • Pompoms, Vickers', 233
  • Pontoon Dock, Self-Docking (Stephenson), 95
  • Population and Exports, 451. See 570
  • Portable Engines. See Engines
  • Portable Oil Engine, Dudbridge Iron Works, 2
  • Portable v. Stationary Machine Tools, 21
  • Postulating an Ether The Necessity for, 511
  • Potassium Cyanide, 453
  • Potato Implements, Ridging Plough, &c., 2. See also Agricultural.
  • Powder. See Explosives.
  • Power Distributicn, Electric, 396
  • Power Distribution, Government Regulations as to Electric, 294
  • Power, Electric, in Manufacturing Works, 21, 68,
  • 114, 352, 384, 391, 422, 456, 800, 881
  • Power, Electric Transmission, at the Urft, 456
  • Power Gas, Blast-Furnace, 354
  • Power Gas from Blast-Furnaces, 848
  • Power Gas. See Engines, Gas
  • Power Required to Drive Marine Engine Works, 391, 422
  • Power Station at Vickers' Gun-Mounting Works, 114
  • Power Stations in Germany, Electric. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Power Supply, Electric, in Shipbuilding Works, 114, 352, 384
  • Power Transmission by Chain Driving, 440
  • Power Transmission in Marine Engine Works 114, 391, 422
  • Power Transmission in Metropolitan Railway Carriage al d Wagon Company's Works, 800
  • Power Transmission, State Steam, Heat, and Electric (Dresden), 77
  • Practical Electrician's Pocket-Book and Diary, 878
  • Prelini, Mr. Charles, on the New Subway in New York City, 477, 507, 547, 576, 637, 674, 699, 737, 763, 857
  • Premium System of Remunerating Labour, 351, 376, 379, 383
  • Premium System in United States, 858
  • Presses for Die-Stanoping, 469, 568, 669. See 37, 105, 305, 761, 825
  • Pressure, A New Unit of, 474
  • Pressure of Luminous Rays, 874
  • Pressures, Air, Used in Playing Brass Instruments, 850
  • Pressures, Gauge for Small, 474
  • Prevention of Corruption, 57. See Limn, 194
  • Price of Copper, Fall in, 782
  • Printing, Electrolytic, 225
  • Printing Machine, Hoe Four-Roll, and Electric Motor, 265. See LimFat, 296
  • Private Bill Opposition (Legal), 190. See Parliamentary
  • Producer-Gas, 453, 848
  • Producer-Gas, Chemistry of, 622
  • Producer-Gas Motors. See also Engines, Gas
  • Producer.Gas, Testing of, 589, 626, 681
  • Production of Coal, Iron Ore, Pig Iron, and Steel, 846
  • Projectile, Capped Armour-Piercing, 128
  • Projectiles, Drift of, 93, 147
  • Projectiles and Propelling Powders, 233. See also 145, 159, 198, 231, and Limnos, 263, 269
  • Prolongation of Patents, 330
  • Propeller, A New Form of, 393
  • Propeller Brackets for Ships, 281
  • Propeller Reactions, Graphic Analyses of, 392, 429
  • Propeller Screw, Unification of Design, 8
  • Propellers, Treble v. Twin-Screw, 301
  • Prospector's Stamp, Steam, 161
  • Protection from Lightning (Buildings), 436
  • Prussian State Railway, Compound Goods Locomotive, 771
  • Public Works in New Zealand, and Railways, 657
  • Pulp Works, Barrow, 180
  • Pulverisation of Rock by Stamping, Imperfect, 356
  • Pump, Double-Acting, Wilcox, 2
  • Pump, Electrically - Driven, for Mines (Lahineyer), 12
  • Pump, Lamont's Feed, 325
  • Pump, Pearn's Compound Single-Acting Ram, 365
  • Pump, Schleifmuhle Express, 405
  • Pumps, Compound Duplex-Feed, Carruthers', 643
  • Pumps, Crankshaft v. Direct-Acting, 301, 304
  • Pumps, Electrically-Driven (Glenfleld and Kennedy), 591
  • Pumps, Electrically-Driven, by Mather and Platt, 514
  • Pumping Machinery, Hydraulic, 787, 821
  • Purification of Feed-Water, 595. See LETTER, 681
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Quartz Stamping, Imperfect, 356
  • Quebec Mineral Resources, 357
  • Quick-Firing Guns. See Guns
  • Quicksilver. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Race to Scotland, Railway, 23
  • Radiation of Heat and Light from Polished and
  • Dull Surfaces, 511. See LETTER, 626
  • Radiography, Pressure of Luminous Rays, 874
  • Radium, 546
  • Rail Transportation of 75-Ton Casting, 590
  • Rails, the Correct Treatment of Steel, 633, See also 353, 426, 498, 693
  • Rails for Tramways, 393
  • Railway-Car Electric Lighting, United States. System, 827
  • Railway Cars, Paris Metropolitan, 224
  • Railway Carriage Manufacturing Works, Electric Power in, 800
  • Railway, City and South London, 718
  • Railway Construction in Britain, 526
  • Railway Coupler, Geoghegan's Automatic, 49. See 516
  • Railway Development, 417
  • Railway Diary and Official's Directory, 878
  • Railway Economics, British, 524
  • Railway, Electric, Elevated and Underground, Berlin, 75
  • Railway, Electrification of the Metropolitan, 455, 521, 612, 658. 689, 722, 809
  • Railway Exhibits at Buffalo Exhibition, 827
  • Railway Fares, Cheaper, 387, 430
  • Railway, Friction Draught Gear, 627
  • Railway Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Railway, London to Brighton Electric, 625, 557
  • Railway, Manchurian, Completion, 718
  • Railway, Moscow Kasai) Kischtyn, 161
  • Railway Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 309, 347, 387
  • Railway Practice, British, 588
  • Railway Race to Scotland, Reasons for, 23
  • Railway Responsibility for Damage by Floods on, 194
  • Railway Rolling Stock, 403. See also Wagons
  • Railway Rolling Stock, Chilled Wheels (Griffin), 180. See also Wagons
  • Railway Rolling Stock, Italian, 516
  • Railway, Russo-Persian Railway Project, 91
  • Railway Schemes in Parliament, 748, 794, 816 •
  • Railway Services, Express and Local, 481
  • Railway Signalling, London and South-Western.
  • Railway, 157
  • Railway Signalling, Modern Practice in, 347, 531. See LETTER, 551
  • Railway, Soul Fusan, Korea, 492
  • Railway Station at Nottingham, Great Central and Great Northern, 672, 736 799, 830
  • Railway Train Loads on the London and North Western, 456. See LETTER, 481
  • Railway Train Resistance, 741. See Erratum, 793
  • Railway, Uganda, 309, 334. See 442
  • Railway, Uganda, Temporary Incline, 442
  • Railway Wagon, 25-Ton Bogie Coal, 627
  • Railway Wagons, British, of High Capacity, 549
  • Rails; ay 'Wagons, Large-Capacity (Leeds Forge Company), 740
  • Railway Wagons, Rhodesian, 182
  • Railway Wagons, Wheel Flanges for, 295
  • Railways of Australia, 348, 386
  • Railways, Belgian Light, Electricity on the, 491
  • Railways, Cape Government, 46
  • Railways, Ceylon, 525
  • Railways, China, 292
  • Railways and Coal Mines, the Law of Support, 276
  • Railways, Economics of United States, 841
  • Railways, Electric Haulage on, 747
  • Railways, Electricity as a Motive Power on, 309, 334
  • Railways, High-Speed Electric, 12, 41, 261, 381, 369, 558
  • Railways, Indian, 60
  • Railways, Light, 704, 816. See also 748, 760, 765
  • Railways in London, Deep-Tunnel, 683, 718, 750, 766
  • Railways, New South Wales, 585
  • Railways, New Zealand, 657
  • Railways, Shallow Subway, 477, 507, 517, 576, 637, 674, 699, 737, 763, 777, 857
  • Railways, Soudan Military, 347, 385
  • Railways, South Australian, and Colonial Trade, 685
  • Railways, the World's, 225
  • Rain Pump, Pearn's Compound Single-Acting, 366
  • Range-Finder for Infantry, Folding, 437
  • Ransome and Co.'s Stanley Works at Newark, 71
  • Rateau, Mons. A., on Experiments on the Escape of Steam through Orifices, 391, 444
  • Rateau, Mons. A., on Notes on a Regenerative Accumulator, and Its Application for Using Exhaust Steam, 391, 460
  • Rating of Disused Premises, 21
  • Rating and Testing of Electrical Machinery, 313, 341
  • Reciprocity, United States, 487
  • Reconstruction of the Turkish Battleship " Me-soudie," 529
  • Recording Soundings by Photography, 437
  • Redheugh Bridge over the Tyne, 484, 550, 614
  • Reeves' Mechanical Filter (Mather and Platt), 404
  • Refrigerating Machinery and Arbitration Case, 155
  • Refrigerators, Ammonia Compressors, 227, 296
  • Refuse Destructor and Electricity Works, Hackney Municipal, 667
  • Regenerative Accumulator, 391, 466
  • Regularisation of the Nile, 329. See 311, 336, 492. Erratum, 426.
  • Reheating Furnace, 117
  • Reheating Steel, Correct Treatment of, 499. See also 353, 426, 498, 033, 693
  • Reinecker Lathes, &c., at Stanley Show, 731
  • Relay, Electro-Capillary, Armorl, 782
  • Relief Rings for Slide Valve, 271
  • Remarkable Phosphorescence Phenomenon, ob served in the Persian Gulf, April 4 and 9, 1901, 835
  • Remunerating Labour, Premium System of, 351, 376, 379, 383
  • Research, Low Temperature, 525
  • Resistance, Railway Train, 741. See Erratum, 793
  • Resistance, Road, to Motor Cars, 402
  • Resistance of Ships, Hydraulics of the, 315, 834 Responsibility for Damage by Floods, Legal, 194
  • Retorts, Inclined Gas, 394
  • Revenue, Passenger, of Atlantic Liners, 303 Revetment and Contraction Works on the River Mississippi, 348, 381
  • Rhodesian Railway Rolling Stock, 182 Richmond, J. R., and Weir, W., on Some Efficiency Factors in an Engineering Business, 379. See 351, 376, 383
  • Ridsdale, Mr. 0. H., on the Correct Treatment of Steel, 353, 426, 498, 033, 693
  • Rifle, Hylard and Bingham, 686
  • "Rindjani," Dutch Torpedo-Boat, 24
  • River Clyde and Glasgow Harbour Improvements, c 349
  • River Conway Bridge, Tal-y-Cafn, 46, 145. See LETTERS, 264, 296
  • River Danube Improvements, 348, 883
  • River Mississippi Improvements, 348, 381
  • River Reclamation at Bilbao, 388, 460
  • River Regulation Works, Danube, 883. See 348
  • River Tyne, Redheugh Bridge, 484, 550, 644
  • Rivers and Sewage Discharge, 768
  • Riveter, Drills and Caulkers, Pneumatic, 249
  • Riveters, Pneumatic, 391, 614
  • Road Locomotion. See Motor Cars
  • Road Resistance and Motor Cars, 402
  • Robertson, Mr. Robert, on Electric Power Supply for Shipbuilding Works, 362, 384
  • Rochemont, Baron Quinette de, French Light houses and Buoys, 389, 419. See also 401, 424, 496, 564
  • Rock Pulverisation by Stamping, Imperfect, 356
  • Rolled Steel Joists, Critical Point in, 440
  • Rolling Mills, 710. See 178
  • Rolling Steel, Correct Treatment of, 633. See
  • also 353, 426, 498, 693
  • Rolling Stock. See Tramway, Cars, Railway
  • Carriages, and Wagons
  • Roofed-in Shipbuilding Berths, 183. See 579
  • Roofing and Construction, " Texyl," 128
  • Rowan, Mr. James, on Premium System of Remunerating Labour, 351, 376, 379, 383
  • Royal Agricultural Society. See Agricultural Society
  • Royal Engineers, 753
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteorological Society
  • Royal Navy List, Diary, and Naval Hand-Book, 878
  • Rubber in Shipbuilding, 280
  • Rucker, Professor, on the Atomic Theory, 401
  • Rudder Frames, Spectacle, 281
  • Russian Coal, 555
  • Russian Iron Industry, 91
  • Russian Canal, 91, 348
  • Russian Railway, 161
  • Russo-Persian Railway Project, 91
  • Rust, Protection of Iron Structures against, 117
  • Sahlin, Mr. Axel, on A Water-Cooled Blast Furnace Bosh, 66
  • Sailors, Foreign, on British Ships, 223
  • Saint. See•St.
  • Salford Corporation Electricity Works, 803,. 864
  • Salts, Electrolysis of Fused, 59
  • Salts Separation and Deposits, 546
  • Sand Pump Dredgers for the Seine (Satre), 705
  • Sanitation, Municipal, 360
  • Santos Harbour Works, Floating Crane for (Dutch Company), 182
  • Satre Dredgers for Seine Navigation, 705
  • Saw Bench, Portable, 281
  • Scantlings of Ships, 6,30
  • Schiffbauerdamm - Luisenstrasse Berlin Electricity Works, 8
  • Schischkar Company's Drills and Milling Tools; 731
  • Schleifmuhle Express Pump, 405
  • Schneider-Canet Quick-Firing Field Guns and
  • Howitzers, 72. 107, 211, 246, See LETTER, 551
  • Schukerts and Co., 125
  • Scintillating Lighthouse Lights, 401. See also
  • 389, 419, 424, 496, 561
  • Scotch Iron and Steel Industries, 315
  • Scotch Oil Shale Fields, 318
  • Scotland and Ireland Tunnel, 335, 387. See LErrns, 457, 481
  • Scottish Coalfield, 572
  • Scraper, Boiler-Tube, 136
  • Screen for Water Supply Intakes, 404
  • Screw Gauge, Small, 437, 503
  • Screw Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Screw Propeller. See Propeller
  • Sea Kites for Exploring Atmosphere, 514. See 767
  • Sea-Going Lighters, Large German, 877
  • Sea Surveys, 437
  • Sea Temperature Effects on SeasDnal Variations, 514
  • Sea Voyage Coal Consumption, 268
  • Sea Wall for Reclaiming Foreshore, 179
  • Sea Waves, The Height of, 437
  • Seasonal Variations, Effect of Sea Temperature on, 514
  • Secondary Education, 472, (304, 019, 640
  • Secrecy of Naval Administration, 257. See 189
  • Seismograph as a Sensitive Barometer, 513
  • Seismographic Observations and Meteorology, 757
  • Seismological Investigations, 513
  • Selenium, 413. See 543
  • Self-Docking Pontoon Dock for the Spanish Government (Stephenson), 95
  • Self-Propelled Vehicles. See Motor Cars
  • Self-Propelled Wagons, Liverpool Trials, 225
  • Semi-Automatic Guns, 231
  • Separation Apparatus for Cement, 47, 93
  • Servants and Masters, and the Right to Inventions, 89. See LETTER, 128
  • Sewage Bacteria Beds, 546
  • Sewage, Commission on, 126
  • Sewage Disposal, Glasgow, 359
  • Sewage Discharge into Tidal Estuary, 758
  • Sewage Filtration, Continuous, 810
  • Sewage Treatment, 319
  • Sewage Treatment, Humus and, 516
  • Sewage Works, Barrow, 180
  • Sewers, Trade Waste Liquids, &c., in, 369
  • Shafting, Diameter and Strength of Marine, 298
  • Shafting Lathe, 12-In. (Atlas Company, Manchester), 836
  • Shale Oil Fields 318
  • Shallow-Draught Twin-Screw Launch (Simpson,
  • Strickland, and Co.), 836
  • Shallow Underground Tramways, London, 777.
  • See also 750. See LETTERS, 814. See New York Subway
  • Sheerlegs, Floating 80-Ton, Santos Harbour Works (Dutch Company), 182
  • Shells, Nitro-Explosives Compounds, 156. See LETTERS, 195, 228, 457, and Naval Ordnance
  • Shields-on-Tyne Bridge Bill, 126
  • Ship Bulkhead Doors, Hydraulically Operated, 48
  • Ship Construction Standardisation, 7, 8
  • Ship Model Experimental Tank, 4, 19, 128
  • Ship, United States Army Transport, 56, 80, 214
  • Ships, Displacement and Dimensions of, 314, 343.
  • See Erratum, 373
  • Ships, Foreigners on British, 223
  • Ships, Freeboard, 4, 29
  • Ships, Hydraulics of the Resistance of, 315,
  • 834
  • Ship's Rudder Frame, 281
  • Ships. See also Steamers
  • Ship's Speed, Limits of Economical, 296
  • Ships, Stresses due to Shocks from Waves, 5, 30
  • Shipbuilders' Angle-Bevelling Machine, 706
  • Shipbuilding Berths, Cranes for, 183. See 579
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Clyde
  • bank, 242, 275
  • Shipbuilding Machine Tools, 169
  • Shipbuilding, Rubber in, 280
  • Shipbuilding. See also Naval Architects
  • Shipbuilding and Steel-Making in Japan, 416
  • Shipbuilding Trade, 58, 526
  • Shipbuilding in United States, 88
  • Shipbuilding Works, Arrangement and Equipment of, 159, 169, 183, 215, 579. See 280, 352
  • Shipbuilding Works Power Supply, Electric, 352, 384. See also Power, Electric, in Manufacturing Works
  • Shipping, France, 226
  • Shipping, Japan, 227, 656
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding Competition, 433. See 411
  • Shipping Subsidies, 572. See 411
  • Shipping Subsidy Bill, French, 845
  • Shipping in the Suez Canal, 458
  • Shipwrecks and Losses, 126, 260, 415
  • Shipyard, Electrical Equipment, Palmer's, 607
  • Shipyard Equipment, 280, 352. See 159, 169, 183, 215, 579
  • Shop Flooring, Engineers', 783, 814
  • Shop Management, 379. See 351, 376, 383
  • Shrapnel, Practice of Schneider-Canet Field Guns and Howitzers, 72, 107, 211, 246. See LETTER, 551
  • Siam Trade, 555
  • Siemens and Halske's Works in Germany, 9
  • Signalling, B,a'lway Pneumatic, London and
  • South-Western, 157
  • Signalling, Railway, Modern Practice in, 347,
  • 531. See LETTER, 551
  • Sil476ver, The Potential Differences of Allotropic,
  • Silver Voltameters, 476
  • Sinclair Water-Tube Boiler, 849
  • "Siroco " and " Mistral," French Torpedo-Boats, 677
  • Slide-Valve Relief Rings, 271
  • Slipway at Las Palmas, Grand Canary, 579. See
  • Errata. 713
  • Slotting Machine (Sharp, Stewart, and Co.), 643
  • Smelting Steel, 498. See also 353, 426, 633, 693
  • Smith, The late Mr. Henry Julius, 526
  • Smithfield Club Show, 811
  • Smokeless Powder Development, 25. See also Explosives
  • Soeul-Fusan Railway, Korea, 492
  • Softening Boiler Feed-Water, 595. See LF:TTRR, 681.
  • "Sokoto" and " Bornu" Cargo Steamers, Engines (Vickers), 272, 300
  • Solar Variations, A Long Period of, 513
  • Somerset and Bristol Coalfields, 319
  • Soudan Military Railways, 347, 387
  • Soundings, Recording, by Photography, 437
  • South Africa, Patents in, 720
  • South African Coal, 621. See LErrEks, 649
  • South African Railways, 46
  • South American Compound Locomotives, 313, 463
  • South Australia, Mining and Treatment of Copper, Ore in, 357
  • South-West, Notes from the, 17, 50, 85, 119, 153, 187, 219, 254, 289, 326, 372, 409, 449, 485, 518, 560, 581, 617, 651, 677, 713, 744, 775, 815, 838, 870
  • South Yorkshire, Notes from, 17, 50, 84, 110, 152, 186, 218, 254, 288, 326, 372, 408, 448, 484, 518, 559, 580, 616, 650, 677, 712, 744, 774, 816, 838, 871
  • Space Occupied by Mercantile and Naval Engines, 272, 303
  • Spanish-Anglo Iron Combine, 523. See LErrEit, 648
  • Spanish Iron Ore Supply, 20
  • Specialisation in Physics, 472
  • Specific Heat of Metals at Low Temperature, Determining, 475
  • Specific Heat of Water, Variation of, 475
  • Spectroscopes, Multiple - Transmission, Fixed Arm, 757
  • Spectroscopy, 456
  • Spectroscopy and Bessemer Iron, 356
  • Spectrum of Cyanogen, 29
  • Speed and Cut of Tools, 881
  • Speed Indicator, Twin-Shaft Relative, 27
  • Speed, Pistons, of Engines, 298, 813
  • Speed of Ships, Limits of Economical: 296
  • Speed of Ships of Various Nations, 160, 267, 298
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Spence's Electric Motor for Hoe Four-Roll
  • Printing Machine, 265. See LETTER, 296
  • Spherical Trigonometry, 473
  • Spree Tunnel, Berlin, 40
  • St. Paul's Cathedral, Protection from Lightning, 436
  • St. Petersburg Canal, -91, 348
  • Stability of Ships, 4, 29
  • Stamp, Steam Prospector's, 161
  • Stamping Forgings, 37, 105, 305, 469, 568, 669, 761, 825
  • Stamping, Imperfect Pulverisation of Rock by, 356
  • Standardisation of Extra Heavy Flanges, 886
  • Standardisation and Interchangeability, 417
  • Standardisation in Marine-Engine Works, 379.
  • See 351, 376, 383
  • Standardisation in Ship Construction, 7, 8
  • Standardised Screw Gauge, 437, 563
  • Standardising Boiler Tests, 268
  • Standardising Locomotives, Competition and,
  • 584, 653 See LErrims, 528, 551, 587, 814
  • Standardising Methods of Engine Tests, 21
  • Standards, Electric tl, 476
  • Stanley Cycle Show, 731, 779. See 770
  • Stanley Works, Ransome and Co.'s, at Newark,
  • 71
  • State Steam Heat, and Electricity Transmission
  • in Dresden, 77
  • Station, Nottingham Joint Railway, 672, 736,
  • 799, 830
  • Stationary v. Portable Machine Tools, 21
  • Stations, Electric. See Electric and Engines,
  • and Engines, Gas
  • Status of Engineer Officers in the Navy, 87, 94
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., on Alloys of Copper and Iron,
  • 851. See 353'
  • Steam Boiler. See Boiler and Water-Tube Boiler
  • Steam Consumption of Pumps, 272, 301, 304
  • Steam Crane, 20-Ton Locomotive, Wilson's, 661
  • Steam Engines. See Engines
  • Steam Escape through Orifices, 391, 444
  • Steam Exhaust Regeneration for Working Tur
  • bine, 391, 466
  • Steam, Heat, and Electricity Transmission, State,
  • in Dresden,77
  • Steam, High-Pressure v. Low-Pressure, in Sugar
  • Refinery, 227, 262, 296, 371
  • Steam Jackets of Cylinders, 271
  • Steam Lorries. See Motor Cars
  • Steam Lorries, 771, 778, 793
  • Steam Mechanism for Gun Mountings, 198
  • Steam Motor Vehicles. See Motor Cars
  • Steam Pipes, 587
  • Steam Problems in Marine Engines, High-Pres
  • sure, 270
  • Steam Prospector's Stamp, 161
  • Steam, Superheated, 22, 270, 342, 349
  • Steam, Superheated, and its Difficulties, 128, 162
  • Steam Turbines, Experiments as to Efflux of
  • Steam, 391, 444
  • Steam Turbines. See Turbines
  • Steamboat Equipment of Warships, 392, 431
  • Steamer, Clyde, " King Edward," Parsons' Turbine-Driven, 16
  • Steamer, Engines of the, " Fleswick," 443
  • Steamer " Mercedes," Coal-carrying, 848
  • Steamer,North German Lloyd, " Kronprinz Wilhem," 370, 458 .
  • Steamer, Shallow-Draught (Simpson, Strickland, and Co.), 856
  • Steamers' Engines. See Engines.
  • Steamers, Fast, of Different Nations, 272, 304
  • Steamers with Parsons' Turbines, 272, 304
  • Steamers. See also Ships and Steamships Steamship Progress during the Last Ten Years, 160, 267, 298
  • Steamship Propellers, Reactions, Graphic Analyses of, 392, 429
  • Steamship Voy9ge Coal Consumption, 268
  • Steamships' Engines, Solution of Vibration
  • Problem, 7, 63, 97. See Lirrerms, 47, 92, 128, 529, 626
  • Steam-Pipe Joints, 270
  • Steel Billets, Variations of Carbon and Phos-phorus in, 315
  • Steel Combine and Labour Troubles in America, 156
  • Steel Competitors of Great Britain, 845
  • Steel and Copper Alloys, 353, 850
  • Steel, Correct Treatment of, 353, 426, 498, 633, 693. See LErrERs
  • Steel Industry, United States, 873
  • Steel and Iron Hardness, Determination of, 356
  • Steel and Iron Industries, Scotch, 315
  • Steel and Iron Institute. See Iron and Steel Institute
  • Steel and Iron, Strains and Fracture in, 356
  • Steel Joists, Rolled, Critical Point in, 440
  • Steel-Making and Naval Construction in Japan, 416
  • Steel, Some Peculiarities of, 489
  • Steel Production of Various Countries, 845
  • Steel, Tool, 145
  • Steel, Tool, Taylor-White Process of Treating, 416
  • Steel Trust, American, 124
  • Steel Works, Barrow Hematite, 178, 710
  • Sterilising Machinery for Dairies, 3
  • Stevens' Institute of Technology, 60
  • Stevenson, D. and C., on the Improvement Works on the Clyde Estuary, 382, 388
  • Stileman, Mr. Frank, on Barrow Docks and Approaches by Land and Sea, 159, 285
  • Stockport Gas Engine, Test of Producer-Gas, 692. See LETTERS, 753, 814
  • Stoney, Mr. G. G., and Parsons, Hon. Charles A., on Trials of Steam Turbines for Driving Dynamos, 339
  • Strains and Fracture in Iron and Steel, 356
  • Straits Settlements, Trade of the, 875
  • Straits Tin, 262. See also Tin,
  • Straker's Military Wagon, 771, 778, 793, 843
  • Street Lamps, Automatic Lighting and Extinguishing, 322
  • Strength of Drop-Forged Crane Hooks, 537
  • Strength of Marine Shafting, Diameter and, 298
  • Strength of Masonry, 416
  • Strength of Ships, Transverse, 5, 30
  • Stresses upon Materials in Cargo Steamers' Engines v. Torpedo-Boat Destroyers' Engines, 2
  • Stresses on Ships due to Shock from Waves, 5, 30
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on Purification of Feed-Water, 595. See LETTER, 681
  • Structure of Guns, 146
  • Structure of Metals, Minute, 543
  • Submarine Boats, Vickers', 235. See also 145, 169, 198, 231
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 226, 818
  • Subsidies, Shipping, 572. See 411
  • Subsidy Bill, French Shipping, 845
  • Subways, New York, 477, 507, 547, 576, 637, 674, 699, 737, 763, 777, 857
  • Suez Canal Traffic, 458
  • Sugar Cane, Triple-Crushing Plant, 646
  • Sugar Centrifugals, Electrically - Driven (D.
  • Stewart and Co., Limited, Glasgow), 881
  • Sugar Refinery, High-Pressure v. Low-Pressure
  • Steam in, 227, 262, 296, 371
  • Sulina Branch of the Danube, Improvement of, 348 883
  • Sulphuric Acid as a Typhoid Disinfectant, 546
  • " Sumner," United States Army Transport, 56, 80, 214
  • Sun Faculae, Drift in Longitude of Groups of, 512
  • Sun po s, Long Period, Solar Variations, 513
  • Superheated Steam, 22, 270, 342, 349
  • Superheated Steam, and its Difficulties, 128, 162
  • Superimposed Turret Mountings for United
  • States Battleships, 201. See also 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Supply and Demand, 574. See 451
  • Support, Law of, 276
  • Surfaces, Dull and Polished, Heat and Light Radiation from, 511. See LETTER, 626
  • Surveys, Connection of the Underground and Surface, 356
  • Swan, R. J. J., on Random Notes in the States, 858
  • Swindon Locomotive Works (Die Forging), 469, 568, 669. See 37, 105, 305, 761, 825
  • Swing-Bridge at Winnington, 863
  • Syrens for Lighthouses, 389, 401, 496
  • Taff Vale Decision, 523
  • Taff Vale Railway Case, 123, 193
  • Taite, Mr. J. C., on Pneumatic Tools, 391, 614
  • Tal-y-Cafn Bridge, North Wales, 46, 145. See LETTERS, 264, 296
  • Tank for Ship Model Experiments, 4, 19. See LETTER, 128
  • Tanks, Experimental, 128. See Naval Architects,
  • Institution of
  • Tanks, Oil, at the Barrow Docks, 159, 285
  • Tar Industry, 543
  • Tariffs, United States Reciprocity, 487
  • Tarquah Goldfields, 319
  • Taylor-White Process of Treating Tool Steel, 416
  • Teaching, 472, 604, 619, 640
  • Technical Dictionary, Foreign, 92
  • Technical Education, 224, 472, 604, 619, 640. Sec LETTER, 263
  • Technical Education, German Chemistry, 221. See Lxrrsit, 263
  • Technology, Stevens Institute of, 60
  • Telegraph Cables, Submarine, 226
  • Telegraph Enterprise, Submarine, 818
  • Telegraph, Mercadier Multiplex, 666
  • Telegraph, Trans-African, 295
  • Telegraphy, Wireless. See Wireless Telegraphy
  • Telephonographs, Electrolytic, 492
  • Temperature Influence on the Electric Resistance of Nickel, Iron, and Copper, 631
  • Temperature Research, Low, 526
  • Temperature, Underground, 613
  • Temperatures, Seasonable, British Isles, 514
  • Tensile Testing Machine at Glasgow University Laboratory, 331, 371, 390, 406
  • Testing Dowson Gas, 589, 626, 681
  • Testing Engines, Standardised Methods of, 21
  • Testing Machine at Glasgow University Laboratory, 331, 371, 390, 406
  • Testing Materials, 307
  • Testing Materials at Budapest, International Association for, 718
  • Testing and Rating of Electrical Machinery, 313, 341
  • "Texyl" Roofing and Construction, 128
  • Thames and Medway Canal Scheme, 768
  • Theodolite Transit, 366
  • Thermo-Electromotive Force and Electric Resistance of Metals at Different Temperatures; 631
  • Thermodynamics, Numerical Value of the Characteristic of Water, 757
  • Thermometer, a New Hygrometric Method, 851
  • Thermometer, Platinum, Callendar's Portable Indicator for, 644
  • Thermometry, Gas, 757
  • Thomson, Mr. William, on Some Factors Affecting the Economical Manufacture of Marine Engines, 379. See 351, 376, 383
  • Thornycroft-Cross Water-Tube Boilers and High-Speed Quadruple-Expansion Engines (Simpson, Strickland, and Co., Limited), 213. See LETTERS, 371, 405
  • Thornycroft Military Lorries, 770, 778, 793, 813
  • Three-Phase v. Continuous Electric Railway
  • Traction, 455, 521, 612, 658, 689, 722, 809. See LErTERs
  • Thrupp, Mr. Edgar C., on the Hydraulics of the Resistance of Ships, 315, 834
  • Tidal Estuary, Sewage Discharge into, 758
  • Timmis, Mr. I. A., on Modern Practice in Railway Signalling, 347, 531. See LETTER, 551
  • Tin and Copper, Microscopical Examination of the Alloys of, 877
  • Tin Market, 490
  • Tin Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Tin, Straits, 262
  • Tin Supplies, 684
  • Tinplates, 58, 65f,
  • Titanium on Cast Metal, Influence of, 43
  • Tool Steel, 145
  • Tool Steel and the Speed of Cut, 881
  • Tool Steel, Taylor-White Process of Treating, 416
  • Tooling of Machines, 505, 539, 602
  • Tools, Emery-Coated, 369
  • Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Torpedo Attack-Repelling, 231. See also 145, 159, 198
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Torpedo Manufacture, Whitehead, 398
  • Torpedoes and Torpedo Vessels, 862
  • Towers, French Beacon, 389, 419 See also 401, 424, 490, 564
  • Traction, See Tramways
  • Tractors for Military Purposes, 622. See LETTER, 128, and Motor Cars
  • Trade Experts at German Consulates, 262
  • Trade of Korea in 1900, 413
  • Trade Libels, 685
  • Trade of Siam, 555
  • Trade of the Straits Settlements, 875
  • Trade Unions, British v. United States, 858
  • Trades Union Congress, 367
  • Trades Unionism, 695
  • Trades Unions' Legal Liability, Taff Vale Railway Case, 123, 193, 523
  • Train Loads on the London and North-Western Railway, 456. See LETTER, 481
  • Train Resistance, Railway, 741. See Erratum, 793
  • Trains. See also Railways
  • Tramway Bogie Trucks and Motors, Italian, 515
  • Tramway Cars, Lifting-Jack for Electric,-881
  • Tramway Crisis in France, Electric, 261
  • Tramway Developments, 417
  • Tramway Power Engines for Glasgow, 657. See LETTERS, 25, 296, 405, 457, 681
  • Tramway Practice, 393
  • Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 751, 766, 794, 816
  • Tramway Trolley Wires, Dangers from, and their Prevention, 362, 500
  • Tramway Water-Car, Electric, 834
  • Tramway Wheels. Griffin Chilled, 180
  • Tramways Act, 576
  • Tramways at Copenhagen, Electric, 415
  • Tramways, Electric, in London (Hammersmith), 55
  • Tramways, Electric, of the Salford Corporation, 803, 864
  • Tramways, Electrolysis of Gas Pipes, 361
  • Tramways, German. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Tramways, Glasgow, 161, 657. See LETTERS, 25, 296, 405, 457, 681
  • Tramways and Lighting, Croydon Electric, 414
  • Tramways, Shallow Underground, 777. See also 750 and New York Subway. See LETTRits, 814
  • Trans African Telegraph, 295
  • Transfer Bridges, 525
  • Transit, Theodolite, 356
  • Transmission of Heat through Water Vapour, 475
  • Transparency, Atmospheric, 835
  • Transport Facilities, 417
  • Transport in the Nineteenth Century, 655
  • Transport " Sumner," United States Army, 56, 80, 214
  • Transporting a 75-Ton Casting by Rail, 590
  • Transvaal Goldfields, 319
  • Transverse Strength of Ships, 5, 30
  • Treatment of Sewage, 319, 546
  • Trials, Motor Car, at Glasgow, 657. See LETTER, 626 and 771, 778, 793
  • Trials of Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, British and Japanese, 749, 876
  • Trigonometry, Spherical, 473
  • Triple-Crushing Sugar-Cane Plant, 646
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • TrJlley Wires, Tramway, and their Dangers, 362, 500. Sec Electrification
  • Trusts. See also Combine
  • Trusts and Railway Troubles in America, 156
  • Tuhe-Cutter, Pneumatic, 391, 614
  • Tube-Scraper, 136
  • Tunnel between Scotland and Ireland, 335, 387. See LETTERS, 457, 481
  • Tunnel, Spree, Berlin, 40
  • Tunnels, New York Subway, 477, 507, 547, 576, 637, 674, 699, 737, 763, 777, 857
  • Turbid Solutions, The Clearing of, 475
  • Turbine-Driven Destroyer " Cobra," Loss of, 452, 553. See LETTERS, Gyroscopic Action, (Pc.
  • Turbine - Driven Dynamos, Trials of Parsons', 339
  • Turbine-Driven Steamer " King Edward," Parsons', 16
  • Turbine, Laval, v. Engine, Steam Dynamo Tests, 661
  • Turbine, Leaf Arrester for, 401
  • Turbines, Steam, Experiments as to Efflux of Steam, 391, 444
  • Turbines, Water, Governing of, 391
  • Turkish Battleship "Mesoudie," Reconstruction, 529
  • Turning and Boring Machine, Heavy Horizontal
  • (Hetherington), 374. See Errata, 409
  • Twin 6-In. Quick-Firing Gun Mounting, Vickers', 202
  • Twin-Shaft Relative Speed Indicator, 27
  • Tyne Bridge at Newcastle, Redheugh, 484, 550, 644
  • Tyne Bridge at Shields, 126
  • Type-Making, 439
  • Typhoid Disinfectant, Sulphuric Acid as a, 516
  • Typical Marine Engines, 272, 298
  • Uganda Railway, 309, 334. See 442
  • Uganda Railway, Temporary Incline, 442
  • Underframes for Italian Rolling Stock, 515
  • Underground Electric Railway, Berlin, 75
  • Underground Temperature, 513
  • Underground Tramways, Shallow, 777. See also 750. See LETTERS, 814. See New York Sub. way
  • Unification of Naval Construction Tests, 7, 8
  • Unit System of Gas Manufacture, 394
  • United States Barbette Mountings, 201. See also 145, 159, 198, 231
  • United States v. British Coal-Mining, 317
  • United States Coal Combines, 58
  • United States Competition and Locomotive Standardisation, 584, 653. See LETTERS, 528, 651, 587, 814
  • United States Iron Ores, 124
  • United States Labour Troubles, 156
  • United States Machine-Shop Practice, 858
  • United States Mines, Temperature in, 513
  • United States Navy Engineers, and Executive Rank, 683
  • United States Notes, 24, 91, 118, 161, 191, 227, 251, 288, 323, 374, 408, 448, 483, 517, 547, 593, 616, 688, 719, 741, 782, 817
  • United States Railways, Economics of, 841
  • United States Reciprocity, 487
  • United States Shipbuilding, R8
  • United States Shipping and Shipbuilding, 433, See 411
  • United States Steel Industry, 873
  • United States Steel Trust and Spanish Ore Supply, 20
  • United States System of Blast-Furnace, 66
  • United States Transport " Sumner," 56, SO, 214
  • Universities and Examining Bodies, Influence of, on Education, 472, 604, 619, 642
  • University, Glasgow, Engineering Laboratory, 331, 371, 390, 906
  • University of Virginia, 151
  • Unoccupied Premises, Rating of, 21
  • Urft Valley Electric Power Transmission, 456
  • Valuations, Engineering, 1, 42, 141, 174, 414, 491, 701, 733
  • Valve Relief Rings, Slide, 271
  • Vapours, Electricity and, 477
  • Variations of Carbon and Phosphorus in Steel Billets, 315
  • Vehicles, Self-Propelled. See Motor Carx
  • Velocity of Modern Projectiles, 235. See also 115, 159, 198, 231
  • Velocity of Water, Variation with Temperature, 475
  • "Vengeance," Trials of H.M. Battleship, 59
  • Ventilation of Churches, 440
  • Ventilation of Mines, 357
  • Vibration of Marine Engines, Macalpine's Solution of, 7, 63, 97. See LErrEits, 47, 92, 128, 589, 626
  • Vickers' Breech Mechanism and Block, 148
  • Vickers' Gun-Mounting Works at Barrow-in Furness, 111
  • Vickers' Naval Construction Works, Barrow-in Furness, 159, 169, 183, 215. See also 110. See 579
  • Vickers' Naval Guns, Breech Mechanism and Mountings, 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Vickers' Railway-Car Lighting, 827
  • Vidette Boats for Warships, 392, 431
  • Virag, The late Herr Josef, 623
  • Virginia University, 151
  • Viscosities of Solids, Temperature and Internal, 476
  • Viscosity of Magnetisable Liquids and Solids in
  • Magnetic Fields, 510
  • Voltameters, Silver, 476
  • Voltameter for Small C irrents, 757
  • Votometer, 115
  • Vulcanising Pan, Explosion of, 562
  • Wages, Premium System of Remunerating Labour, 351, 376, 379, 383
  • Wagon, 25-Ton Bogie Coal (Pickering), 627
  • Wagon Couplers, Railway, 49, 516
  • Wagon, Motor, 4-Ton Stein), 321
  • Wagon-Weighing Machine, 483
  • Wagons of High Capacity, 182, 649, 627
  • Wagons, Italian Railway, Large-Capacity, 515
  • Wagons, Railway, Large-Capacity (Leeds Forge Company), 740
  • Wagons. See Railway Wagons
  • Wagons, Steam Motor. See also Motor Cars
  • Wagons. Wheel Flanges for Railway, 295
  • Wakefield Boiler Explosion, 786
  • Wales, Bridge over Conway, Tal-y-Cafn, North, 46, 146. See Lwrrns, 264, 296
  • Wallach's Armoured Hose-Pipe, 49. See Erratum, 128
  • War Office Competition for Motor Cars, 622 Ward's Metallic Gland Packing, 163

Warships :

  • British Designs and Debate in Parliament, 19, 53 British Ships Built and Tried in 1901, 844, 876
  • " Cobra " Disaster, 452, 653. See LmyrEng,
  • Gyroscopic Action and the Loss of the "Cobra"
  • Design of Ships and Model Tank Experiments, 19. See also 4. See LwrrER, 128
  • Designing by Navigating Officers, 717
  • Dutch Torpedo-Boat " Rindjani," 24
  • Engines of H.M.S. " King Alfred" (Vickers), 272, 298
  • Foreign Ships Built in United Kingdom in 1901, 844
  • French Torpedo-Boats "Siroco" and " Mistral," Armour-Protected, 577
  • German Ships, DUrr Water-Tube Boilers for, 80, 130, 104. See LETTERs, 191, 263, 296
  • Gun Power of British Warships, 715
  • H.M.S. " King Alfred" (Vickers), 611
  • H.M.S. " King Edward VII.," 715
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer Trials, 749, 876
  • H.M.S. " Vengeance," Trials of, 59
  • Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer Trials, 749
  • Machinery Progress during the Last Ten Years, 160, 267, 298
  • Naval Development in the Nineteenth Century, 314
  • Steamboat Equipment of Warships, 392, 431
  • Submarine Boats, Vickers', 235. See also 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Superimposed Barbette Mountings for United States Battleships, 201
  • Torpedo Repelling Attack, 23L See also 145, 159, 198
  • Torpedoes and Torpedo Vessels, 862
  • Turkish Battleship " Mesoudie," Reconstruction of, 529
  • Vickers' Guns, Breech Mechanism and Pedestal and Barbette Mountings, 145, 159, 198, 231
  • Water-Tube Boilers in British Warships, 121, 124, 283, 291, 296, 371, 494, 657, 844, 876
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Diirr, in German Ships, 80, 130, 164. See LETTERS, 194, 263, 296
  • Work involved in the Construction of Various Ships, 215
  • Waste Liquors in Sewers, 368
  • Waste of Shipping, 126, 260, 415
  • Water-Car, Motor, 834
  • Water-Cooled Blast-Furnace Bosh, 66
  • Water Filter, Gravitation Feed, 837
  • Water Gas. See Gas
  • Water Gas as an Adjunct in the Manufacture of Coal Gas, 322
  • Water, Numerical Value of the " Characteristic" of, 757
  • Water Problems at the British Association, 475
  • Water Purification and Softening, Boiler Feed, 695. See LErrEit, 681
  • Water Supply and Coal Deposit, Compensation for Compulsory Purchase, 686
  • Water Supply Intakes, Leaf Arrester, 404
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Cros;, for Twin-Screw Launch (Simpson, Strickland, and Co.), 836
  • Water-Tube Boiler (Sinclair), 849
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Light-Oil Fuel, 877 Water-Tube Boiler, Penman's, 27
  • Water-Tube Boiler Scraper, 136
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Wigzell's, 325
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Belleville, Navy Committee Report, 121, 124, 283, 291. See LwrrEits, 296, 371. See Erratum 494
  • Water-Tube Boilers in British Ships, 844, 876
  • Water-Tube Boilers in British Warships, Types of, 657
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Dttrr, Constructive Development of, 80, 130, 164. See LErrERs, 194, 263, 296
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Thornycroft-Cross and High-Speed Quadruple-Expansion Engines (Simpson, Strickland, and Co., Limited), 213. See LETTERS, 371, 405
  • Water, Turbid, the Clearing of, 475
  • Water Turbine. See Turbine
  • Water Vapour, Heat Transmission through, 475
  • Water, Variation of Specific Heat of, 475
  • Water Velocity, Variations of Temperature, 475
  • Water-Wheels, the Governing of, 391
  • Water Works, Barrow, 180
  • Water Works, Birmingham, 358
  • Water Works Directory and Statistics, 878
  • Water Works in the Nineteenth Century, 655
  • Water Works Schemes in Parliament, 766
  • Waterway Papers at the Glasgow Congress, 310, 348, 388
  • Waterways, Inland. See Canals
  • Wave Shocks, Ship's Stresses due to, 5, 30 Waves, the Height of, 437
  • Weather Variations in the British Isles, 514 Weighing Machine, Continuous, 483
  • Weighing Machine, Crane (Avery), 561. See Erratum, 581.
  • Weighing and Recording•Machine, Coal, 324 Weight of London and North-Western Trains, 456. See LETTER, 481
  • Weight of Naval and Mercantile Marine Engines, 272, 303
  • Weights Found Wanting, Metric System, 93
  • Weights and Measures, Metric, 93, 352, 389, 430
  • Weir, W., and Richmond, J. R., on seine Efficiency Factors in an Engineering Business, 379. Sec 351, 376, 383
  • Weir's Feed-Pumps, Crankshaft v. Direct-Action, 301? 304
  • Welding Steel, 693
  • Wellington Boiler Explosion, 264
  • Western of France Railway Hoists, 558
  • Western Telegraph Company, 818
  • Westinghouse Company, Electric Power in Railway Carriage Works, 800
  • Westinghouse Electric Company in England, 192
  • Westinghouse Electrical Plant at Palmer's Shipyard, 607
  • Westinghouse Friction Draught Gear, 623
  • Westminster Abbey, Protection from Lightning, 436
  • Wheel Flanges for Railway Wagons, 295
  • Wheels, Griffin Chilled, 180
  • Whitaker's Almanack, 878
  • White and Baltic Seas Canal, 91, 348
  • White, Sir William, Resignation of Directorship of Naval Construction, 657. See 812
  • Whitehead Torpedo Works at Fiume, 398
  • Wioksteed, Mr. J. Hartley, on Testing Machine at Glasgow University Laboratory, 390, 400.
  • See also 331, 371
  • Wiesbaden, Electric Works at, 140
  • Wigzell's Water-Tube Boiler, 325
  • Willan's Engines, 813
  • Willcocks, Mr. W., on Irrigation in the Nile Valley, and its Future, 311, 336. See 329, 492, and Erratum, 426
  • Wilson, Professor E., on the Commercial Importance of Aluminium, 436, 464
  • Winnington Swing-Bridge, 863
  • Wire-Wound Gun, 147
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Armorl's Electro-Capillary Relay, 782
  • Wires, Overhead, Legal Question, 621
  • Wood-Working Machinery (McDowall), 281
  • Wood-Working Tools, 71. See Ransome's Stanley Works
  • Woods and Metals, Elastic Fatigue of, 476
  • Work Involved in the Construction of Various Ships, 215
  • Workmen and Workshops, British v. United States, 858
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, Statistics, 58, 654
  • Workmen's Houses, 394
  • Workmen's Views on Pneumatic Tools, 391, 614

Works:

  • Arrangement and Equipment of Shipbuilding Works, 159, 169, 183, 215. See 579
  • Askam Iron Worku, 178
  • Barrow Hematite Steel Works, 178, 710
  • Barrow Pulp Works, 180
  • Electric Power Requirements in Manufacturing Works, 21, 68
  • Electric Power Transmission in, 456
  • Electric Supply for Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Works, 352, 384
  • Electrical Equipment of Palmer's Shipyard, Jarrow, 607
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding Works at Clyde¬bank (John Brown and Co., Limited), 242, 275
  • German Electrical Works. See Electrical Engineers in Germany
  • Management of Works, 379. See 351, 376, 383 Power Driving in Marine Engine Works (Rowan's), 391, 422
  • Power Transmission in Metropolitan Railway Carriage and Wagon Company's Works, 800 Ransome and Co.'s Stanley Works at Newark, 71
  • Rowan and Co.'s Marine Engine Works, Glasgow, 391, 422. See also 351, 383 Shipyard Equipment, 352
  • Swindon Locomotive Die-Forging Department, 4C9, 568, 669. See 37, 105, 305, 761, 825
  • Vickers' Gun-Mounting Works at Barrow in Furness, 110
  • Vickers' Naval Construction Works, Barrow in-Furness, 159, 169, 183, 215. See also 110. See 579
  • Whitehead Torpedo Works at Fiume, 398
  • Works Valuations, 1, 42, 141, 174, 414, 491, 701, 733
  • Workshop and Drawing-Room System, 22
  • Workshop Legislation, Dangerous Trades and Machinery, 795
  • Workshop Management, 379. See 351, 376, 383
  • Workshops, Heating Large, 405, 456, 457
  • Workshops and Metric System, 352, 389, 430
  • Workshops and Workmen, British v. United States, 858
  • World's Railways, 225
  • Worsdell's Three-Cylinder Compound Locomotive for North-Eastern Railway, 13
  • Wright's Electric Supply Meters, 364
  • Yacht " Atmah," Lengthening the Steam, 182
  • Year-Books and Annnals. See LITERATURE Young's Modulus, Measurement of, 757
  • Yunnan, French Enterprise in, 621
  • Zeebrugge Harbour Works, 388
  • Zeeman Effect, Asymmetry of the, 632
  • Zinc Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams


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