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Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
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Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
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Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: General Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1902 Jul-Dec: Index

  • AACHEN, Technical High School of, 501
  • Abatement of Stroke, 363
  • Abel, The late Sir Frederick, 353. See also 525
  • Absorption of Ammonia from Water by Alga, 02
  • Absorption and Radiation, Some Experiments on, 500
  • Acceleration, Piston, Graphical Determination of, 288
  • Acceleration Tests, Steam versus Electric Locomotive, 583, 667
  • Accidents to Engines, 511

Accidents, Railway :

  • Collision on the Glasgow and South-Western Railway, 485
  • Collision on the South Wales Mineral Railway, 85
  • Crewe, Accident at, 485
  • Derailment at the Elephant and Cas le, 485
  • Stanley Works Junction Accident, 781
  • Acetylene, Formation of Calcium Carbide, 187
  • Accountant, Mechanical, 165, 840
  • Accounts of British Railways, 799
  • Accounts, Glasgow Municipal Electric Tramway, 83
  • Accumulator, Tudor, 549, 749
  • Accumulators, Electric, 501, 633. See LErnsa, 19, 749
  • Ackworth on British Railway Statistics, 799
  • Adhesion of Concrete to Iron and Rock, 422, 445
  • Adler, Mr. H. M., on a Session of Tramway Legislation, 252, 295
  • Admiralty Officers and Coronation Honours, 23
  • Admiralty. See _Naval
  • Ados Furnace Combustion Controller at the Dusseldorf 'Exhibition, 265
  • Advertising by Consulting Engineers, 547
  • Africa. See South Africa
  • Agricultural Machinery in China and Siberia, 306
  • Agricultural Motor, Petrol, 787
  • Agricultural Show, Smithfield, 786
  • Agricultural Society, Royal : See 17
  • Carlisle Show, 39
  • Dairy Machinery, 44
  • Engines, Steam, 40
  • Finances, 17
  • Gas and Oil Engines, 41
  • Implements, 42
  • McCormick Side - Delivery Reaping Attachment, 42. See Erratum, 147
  • Milk Separator, 44
  • Miscellaneous, 43
  • Oil and Gas Engines, 41
  • Potato Harvester (Moultons, Limited), 42
  • Shaft-Sinking Equipment, 43
  • Swath Turner (Blackstone, Stamford), 42
  • Windmills, 43
  • Air, Compressed, in Tunnels, Sickness due to, 86
  • Air-Compressor, Daw, 408
  • Air-Compressor and Engine, Corliss, 442, 574
  • Air-Compressor for the Harpener Mining Company (Schiichtermann and Kremer), 776
  • Air-Compressor, Vertical (King-Riedler Type), 51
  • Air, Liquid, 614
  • Air and Steam at Constant Pressure and Volume, Ratio of Specific Heats of, 758
  • Aldershot Trials of Self-Propelled Vehicles, 573
  • Alkali Waste, 222
  • Alkylation of Sugars, 599
  • Alloys, Destruction of Cathodes by Formati"r of, 857
  • Alloys, The Nature of, British Association Co mittee's Report, 600
  • Almanacks. See Literature Index
  • Alternators. See Electric
  • Alternators, Single-Phase, on Polyphase Circuits, 66
  • Altitudes, Temperature of the, 564, 805
  • Aluminium Alloys, The Electrical Conductivity of, as Affected by Exposure to London Atmosphere, 405
  • Aluminium Anode, Theory of, 758
  • Aluminium Thermit Exhibits at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 135
  • America. See United States
  • American and English Workmen, 265
  • American Institute of Mining Engineers. See Mining Engineers
  • American Invasion, 845
  • American Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • American Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • American Ships and Shipping Interests, 341, 549, 17, 650
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
  • Ammonia, The Absorption of, from Water by Alga, 602
  • Analysis, Chemical, Proposed Standardisation of Methods of, 602. See LETTER, 720
  • Analysis of Foods, Electrolytic, 645
  • Andrews, Mr. Thomas, on the Crystalline Structure of Igneous Rocks, 300
  • Andrews, Mr. T., on the Effect of Segregation on the Strength of Steel Rails, 653, 687, 721. See Drams
  • Andrews, Mr. Thomas and Mr. C. R., on Microscopic Effects of Stress on Platinum, 127. See Erratum, 190
  • Anglo-American Telegraph Company, 156
  • Animal Thermostat, 528
  • Annealing and Overheating of Steel, 332, 357, 392
  • Annuals. See Literature Index
  • Anode, Theory of Akuminium, 768
  • Anstalt Humboldt, Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater (German), 634
  • Anthracite Coal-Mining in Pennsylvania, 264
  • Antimony. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Anti-Friction Metal Wanted, 649, 821
  • Apprenticeship and Education, Alternation of, 50. See also Educatiot
  • Arbitration or Litigation ? 149
  • Armoured Concrete, 385, 569, 581, 681
  • Armoured Concrete at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 33
  • Armoured Cruisers. See Warships
  • Aromatic Diazo Compounds, Our Present Knowledge of, 599
  • Arresters, Lightning, 668
  • Artificial Limestone Bricks, 125
  • Artillery. See Guns
  • Artists' Colours at the DUsseldorf Exhibition, 119
  • Asbestos at the DUsseldorf Exhibition, 4C0
  • Ashley Pump, Hydraulically Balanced, 320, 387
  • Asphalte at the Dii*eldorf Exhibition, 400
  • Assembling Commutators, Hydraulic Press for, 5
  • Astronomy and Cosmical Physics, Papers of the British Association, 529, 564
  • Aswan Dam, 783
  • Asyitt Barrage, 783
  • Atlantic Arc Station of the Edison Electric Illuminating Company, of Boston, Recent Construction at the, 257
  • Atlantic Liner " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 204, 269, 39. See LETTER, 321. (Thipbuilding Berths), and 249
  • Atlantic Liners, Table of Dimensions of Famous, 04. See 249
  • Atlantic Shipping Trade, 249, 451, 479. See 662
  • Atlantic Shipping Trust, 249. See 204
  • Atmosphere, Investigation of the Upper, by Means of Kites, 564
  • Atmosphere, Temperature of the Higher, 805
  • Atmosphere, The Positions of Hydrogen and Helium in Relation to the Earth's, 532
  • Atmospheric Corbonic Anhydride on Board the "Discovery," Determination of, 602
  • Atomic Theory without Hypothesis, 568
  • Atomic Weight, Telluric Distribution of the Elements in Relation to their, 602
  • Atomic Weights and Spectra of Elements, 620
  • Atoms, Size of, 620, 752
  • Autographic Load - Strain Recorder for Test Specimens, 805
  • Automatic Lubricator, Sinol System, 355
  • Automatic Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Automobiles and Bicycles in Japan, 352
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Axial Flow of Screw Fans, 797. See also 627, 32
  • Axles of Motor Cars, 621. See also 525, 551, 88, 603, 701
  • Babcock and Wilcox Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater (German), 636
  • Bacteriological Treatment of Sewage, Manchester, 491, 552
  • Bagnall's Narrow-Gauge Locomotive for Indian States Military Light Railways, 846
  • Bairstow, Mr. L., and Horsley, Mr. E. C., on Experiments on Gas Explosions in a Closed Cylinder, 723
  • Balanced, Hydraulically, Ashley Pump, 320, 387
  • Balancing Locomotives, 319, 445, 585
  • Balancing Marine Engines, 59
  • Balata and its Employment, 513
  • Ball-Bearings, Steel, 833
  • Balloons in the Higher Atmosphere, 805. See 561
  • Bamborough Castle, Visit of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to, 204
  • Barges, Sea, Trade, 66
  • Barlow, The late W. H., 680
  • Batteries, Electric Storage, 749. See LEITERS, Single-Phase Electric _Railway and Accumulators
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Beach Protection, 238
  • Beam Engine of 1767, Survival of, 488
  • Bearings, Kynoch's Roller, 211
  • Bearings, Steel Ball, 833
  • Becquerel Rays and Radio-Activity, 565
  • Belfast Harbour Works, 370
  • Belgian Metallurgy (Cockerill Company), 619
  • Belleville Boiler Committee's Report, 61, 54, 81, 0. See LETTER, 444
  • Belleville Boiler Repairs, 645
  • Belleville Boilers of H.M.S. " Powerful," 51
  • Belliss and Morcom's Works at Birmingham, 371
  • Belt versus Rope-Driven Electric Cranes. See Electric Cranes
  • Ben Nevis Observatory, British Association Committee's Report on, 565
  • Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Rupnarayan Bridge, 822
  • Berths, Shipbuilding, 204. See LETTERS, 320, and pages 249, 269, 339
  • Bessemer Process for Small Charges, 70
  • Bicycles and Automobiles in Japan, 352
  • Biology and Engineering, 656, 686
  • Birdnesting and Boiler-Tube Ferrules, 91. See 1, 54, 81, 90. See LErrtai, 444, and Engineers in the Navy
  • Blast-Furnace Gas Economy, 544
  • Blast-Furnace Gas Engine (Deutz), 308
  • Blast-Furnace Gas Engines, 370, 375, 426, 444, 58, 520, 787, 794, 809. See LEmits
  • Blasting Powder at the DUsseldorf Exhibition, 83
  • Bleaching Powder, 789
  • Blowing Engines Operated by Blast-Furnace Gas, 70, 375, 426, 444, 458, 520, 787, 794, 809. See LETTER
  • Boats, Submarine, 313, 733
  • Bochum Pavilion at the Dtisseldorf Exhibition, 84
  • Bogie for Electric Cars, 698. See also 431. 495, 773
  • Boiler Arrangements in British Battleships. 283
  • Boiler, Cornish (Kolni sc heMaschinenbau E.G.), 37
  • Boiler, Cylindrical and Water-Tube, Combined (Steinrntiller), 746
  • Boiler Explosion near Sheffield, 226
  • Boiler Feeding, Condensed Exhaust Steam and, 19
  • Boiler Mudhole Covers, Failure of, 27
  • Boiler, Navy, Report of Committee on, 54, 81, 0. See also 61. See LETTER, 444, and Engineers in the _Navy
  • Boiler-Plates, Forgings and Castings, Standard Specification for Steel, 225
  • Boiler Protection, Zinc Plates for, 550
  • Boiler Repairs, Navy, 645
  • Boiler-Room, Manchester School, 469
  • Boiler, Solignac, 433
  • Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boiler
  • Boiler Works, Wallsend Slipway, 695
  • Boilers, Corrosion of, by Magnesium Chloride, 482
  • Boilers, Navy, 444. See Water-Tube Boilers
  • Boilers for Prevention of Smoke, 433
  • Boilers and Superheaters, German, 669, 633, 707, 36
  • Bolometer, New, for Recording the Total Daily Solar Radiation, 532
  • Book-Printing, History of, 801
  • Books Received, 10, 238, 265, 299, 451, 536, 569, 29, 659, 731, 773, E04, 837
  • Boring Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Boundary Survey, Mexican, 253
  • Box, Morison's Open-Fronted Mortar, 145
  • Boycott, Co-Operative, 681
  • Bracket Ball-Bearings, 835
  • Brakes for Electric Trame,ars 804
  • Brakes used in Launching T. S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 269. See also 204, 339, and LETTER, 20, " Shipbuilding Berths," and 249
  • Brakes for Motor Cars, 624. See also 525, 554, 88, 603. 701
  • Brazilian Iron and Manganese, 253
  • Breakdowns of British and United States Tramway Engines, 250, 348. See LETTERS
  • Breakdowns of Engines, 511
  • Breaking Machine, Pig Iron, 549
  • Breakwater Reconstruction, Tyne, North Pier, 33, 176
  • Bremen Harbour, 101
  • Bremerhaven, 101
  • Brewers' Exhibition, 548
  • Brickmaking Machine, Fire and Glaze, 111
  • Bricks, Artificial Limestone, 125
  • Bridge at Chicago, Scherzer Rolling Lift, 670, 57, 807
  • Bridge Foundation Building under Compressed Air, Sickness Due to, 186
  • Bridge Girders. See Girders
  • Bridge, London, Widening of, 743
  • Bridge, Rio Grande, Costa Rica, 537, 607
  • Bridge, Rupnarayan on the Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 822
  • Bridge, Scherzer Rolling Lift, 670, 757,807
  • Bridgebuilder, The late. Mr. W. H. Barlow, 680
  • Briquette and Coal Washing and Sorting Machinery, 239, 441
  • Briquettes, Manufacture of, 644

British Association : 49, 366, 370, 401, 416, 432, 464, 497, 527, 564, 99, 631, 662. See 381, 512. See LETTERS, Education.

  • Presidential Address by Professor Dewar on Education, Chemistry, Compressed Gas, and Liquid Air, Helium, and Effect of Cold on Life (Micro-organisms), 367
  • The Engineering Section, 370, 401, 432
  • President's Address, by Professor Perry, on Education, 370, 381, 395, 427. See LETTERS, Education
  • Recent Progress in Large Gas Engines, by Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 370, 375, 426, 458, 520
  • Belfast Harbour Works, Excursion, 310
  • Steam Turbine, by the lion. C. A. Parsons, 70. See also 375
  • The Resistance of Road Vehicles to Traction, by Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw, 371, 456
  • The Science of the Workshop, by Mr. W. J. Taylor, 394, 408
  • The Action of Sledges on Roads, by Mr. Von Cornish, 401
  • A New Elastic Wheel, by Mr. John Brown, 403
  • An All Stations Railway Express, by Mr. John Brown, 404
  • A Direct Reducing Levelling Staff, by Mr. G. W. Herdman, 404
  • The Rainfall in Ireland, by Dr. Mill, 404
  • Water Power in Ireland, by Mr. F. J. Dick, 04, 430
  • The Future of the Telephone in the United Kingdom, by Mr. J. E. Kingsbury, 404
  • A Magnetic Testing Instrument, by Mr. F. Holden, 405
  • The Electrical Conductivity of Certain Aluminium Alloys as Affected by Exposure to London Atmosphere, by Professor Ernest Wilson, 405
  • Some Electrical Instruments, by Mr. M. B. Field, 407
  • A New Flashing Lighthouse bight without Intervals of Darkness, by Mr. J. R Wigham, 08
  • The Training of Engineers ; Joint, Discussion with Educational Section, 432. See LETTERS, Education, 548
  • Small Screw-Gauges, Committee's Report, 433
  • Smokeless Combustion of Bituminous Coal, by Mr W. H. Booth, 433
  • The Prevention of Smoke, by Mr. J. S. Raworth, 433
  • Solignac Boilet, by Mr. W. H. Booth, 433
  • An Infantry Range-Finder, by Professor G. Forbes, 436
  • The Making of Dynamos, by Mr. Mayor, 436
  • Ocean Currents, by Mr. R. G. Allanson-Winn, 36
  • The Physical and Chemical Sections, 464, 497, 27
  • Presidential Address, by Prof. Purser, on the Irish School of Mathematics and Physics, 461
  • The Accurate Conservation of Weight in Chemical Reactions, by Lord Rayleigh, 497
  • Does Motion through the Ether cause Double Refraction ? by Lord Rayleigh, 497
  • On the Application of the Method of Entropy to Radiant Energy, by Dr. J. Larmor, 498
  • The Relation of Voltaic Potential to Temperature, by Dr. Larmor, 498
  • Luminosity and Kinetic Theory, by Mr. J. Butler-Burke, 499
  • Some Experiments on Radiation and Absorption : a Preliminary Study for a Standard of Light, by Mr. J. E. Petavel, 500
  • Improvements in Huggens's Construction, by Dr. G. J. Johnstone Stoney, 500
  • How to Apply the Resolution of Light into Uniform Undulations of Flat Wavelets to the Investigation of Optical Phenomena, by Dr. G. J. Johnstone Stoney, 500
  • The Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics, by Mr. E. T. Whittaker, 500
  • The Physical Aspects of a Theory of Colour Vision, by Dr. F. W. Edridge-Green, 500
  • A Triple Lens for Ultra-Violet Therapy, by Mr. J. W. Gifford, 500
  • Prevention of Dew Deposits on Lenses of Projecting Lanterns, by Professor Schuster, 500
  • Theory of Gases at Critical and other Temperatures, by Mr. H. H. F. Hyndman, 500
  • On the raphical Representation of Ita.asay and Young's Law for the Comparison of
  • Vapours at Equal Pressures, by Professor J. D. Everett, 600
  • Variation of the Critical Velocity ".1 Water with Temperature, by Dr. IL T. Barnes, 527
  • Motion of a Detached Thread of Liquid through a Capillary Tube, by Prof. W. B. Morton, 28
  • On the Vibration of a Plucked String, by Professor Morton and Mr. T. B. Vinycomb, 523
  • On Continuous Motion Produced by Vibrations, by Professor Morton and Mr. A. McKinstry, 528
  • Mr. Petavel's Recording Gauge as Applied to Ordnance and Small Arms, by Captain J. Bruce-Kingsmill, 528
  • Variation of the Specific Heat of Mercury with Temperature, by Dr. H. T. Barnes and Mr. H. L. Cooke, 528
  • Animal Thermostat, by Lord Kelvin, 528
  • Dependence of Pitch of Minute Closed Pipes on Wind-Pressure, by Mr. C. S. Myers, 528
  • Experiments for Improving the Construction of Practical Standards for Electrical Measurements, Committee's Report, 528
  • Magnetic Detectors in Space Telegraphy, by Professor E. Wilson, 529. See 583
  • A New Receiver for Hertzian Oscillations, y Professor G. Minchin, 529
  • A Graphical Method of Determining the Discharge of a Condenser through Variable SelfInductions, by Dr. E. W. Marchant, 529
  • Seamless Aluminium Tubes, by Mr. H. F. Nalder, 529
  • Experiments on Gas Explosions in a Closed Vessel, by Mr. L. Bairstow and Mr. E. C. Horsley, 723
  • * Department of Astronomy and COVIlical Physics, 29, 564
  • Opening Address, by Professor Schuster, on Meteorology, 529
  • Minimum Sun-Spots and Terrestrial Magnetism, by the Rev. A. L. Cortie, Stoneyhurst, 52). See LErrEa, 573
  • Comparing and Reducing Magnetic Observations Committee's Report, 529
  • Evolution of Stellar Systems, by Dr. Isaac Roberts, 629
  • Celestial Photographs from the Yerkes Observatory, by Mr. G. W. Ritchey, 531
  • The Nebula on Nova Persei, by Mr. Hinks, 531
  • Relative Apparent Motions of Bright and Faint Stars, by Professor H. H. Turner, 531
  • Standard Scale for Telescopes, by Mr. Percival Lowell, 532
  • Expedition to Ascertain the Best Location for Observatories, by Mr. P. Lowell, 532
  • Spectograms of Jupiter and Uranus, 532
  • Forbes's Hypothetical Extra Neptunean Planet, by Dr. W. E. Wilson, 532
  • Possible Changes in the Moon, by Mr. S. A. Saunder, 632
  • The Uncertainty of our Knowledge of the Distance of the Sun, by Mr. A. R. Hinks, 532
  • The Positions of Hydrogen and Helium in Relation to the Earth's Atmosphere, by Professor G. IL Bryan, 532
  • Radiation in Meteorology, by Dr. W. N. Shaw, 32
  • New Bolometer for Recording the Total Daily Solar Radiation, by Dr. W. E. Wilson, 532
  • The Figure of the Earth, by Major S. G. Burrard, 564
  • Earthquakes, Seismological Committee's Report, by Mr. J. Milne, 561
  • Investigation of the Upper Atmosphere by Means of Kites, by Mr. W. H. Dines, 561
  • Ben Nevis Observatory, Committee's Report, by Dr. A. Buchan, 665
  • Evening Lectures.
  • Becquerel Rays and Radio-Activity, Lecture by Professor J. J. Thompson, 565
  • Inheritance, Lecture by Professor W. F. R. Weldon, 565
  • * Mathematical Section, 565
  • The Longitudinal Stability of Aerial Gliders, by Professor G. H. Bryan, 565
  • The Teaching of Mathematics ; Joint Discussion by Mathematical, Physical, and Educational Sections, 565. See Liirritas, Education
  • * The Chemical Section, 568, 599
  • Presidential Address, by Prof. E. Divers, on the Atomic Theory without Hypothesis, 568
  • Hydro - Aromatic Compounds with Single Nucleus, by Dr. Arthur W. Crossley, 599
  • Our Present Knowledge of Aromatic DiazoCompounds, by Dr. Gilbert Th. Morgan, 599
  • Isomorphous Sulphonic Derivatives of Benzine, by Professor H. E. Armstrong, 599
  • Isomeric Naphthalene Derivatives, by Professor Armstrong, 599
  • The Method of Causing Isomeration, by Professor R. Meldola, 599
  • Absorption Spectra and Chemical Constitution of Organic Substance, Committee's Report, 99
  • Wave-Length Tables of the Spectra of Elements and Compounds, Committee's Report, 99
  • Synthetical Researches in the Glucoside Group, by Dr. E. Frankland Armstrong, 599
  • The Synthetical Action of Enzymes, by Dr. E. Frankland Armstrong, 599
  • The Alkylation of Sugars, by Professor T. Purdie and Dr. J. C. Irvine, 599
  • A Fourth Methylmorphimethine, by Mr. J. Hawthorne, 599
  • The Decomposition of Urea, by Dr. C. E. Fawsitt, 599
  • Acid Esters of Methylsuccaric Acids, by Prof J. J. Sudborough and Mr. W. A. Bone, 599
  • Compounds of Trinitrobenzines and Alkylated Naphthylamines, by Professor Sudborough and Mr. H. Hibbert, 599
  • Action of Akalis on Cinnamic Acid Dibromide and its Esters, by Professor Sudborough and Mr. K. J. Thompson, 593
  • The Reduction of Some Metallic Chlorides by Calcium Carbide, by Major W. E. Edwards,
  • Captain C. H. Liveing, and Professor W. R. Hodgkinson, 599
  • The Colour of Iodine Compounds, by Miss Ida Smedley, 599
  • The Nature of Alloys, Committee's Report, 600
  • Effect of Gases on Metals, Committee's Report, 01
  • Action of Distilled Water on Lead, by Dr. F. Clowns, 601
  • Corrosion of Copper Pipes by Sea Water, by Dr. E. A. Letts, 602
  • The Amount of Carbonic Anhydride Absorbed from Sea Water by Air, by Professor Letts and Mr. W. Caldwell, 602
  • Determination of Atmospheric Carbonic Anhydride on Board the " Discovery," by Professor Letts, 602
  • The Absorption of Ammonia from Water by Alga, by Professor Letts and Dr. J. S. Totten, 602
  • The Telluric Distribution of the Elements in Relation to their Atomic Weights, by Mr. W. Ackroyd, 602
  • Proposed Standardisation of Methods of Chemical Analysis, by Dr. B. Blount., 602. See LETTER, 720
  • Statistics on the Training, of Chemists in English Industries, Committee's Report, by Prof. G. G. Henderson, 602. See 512
  • Fluorescent and Phosphorescent Diamonds, by Dr. John Hall Gladstone, 603
  • Colloids of Zirconium and those of other Metals of the Fourth Group, by Dr. Gladstone and Mr. W. Hibbert, 603
  • Economic Section, 631, 662
  • Presidential Address, by Dr. Edward Carman, on the Teaching of Economics, 631
  • The Localisation of Industry, by Dr. W. Cunningham, 632
  • The Influence of Economic History on Economic Theory, by Mr. A. G. Clarke, 633
  • The Position of Economics and the Applied Sciences in a University of Training of Men for Commercial Life, by Dr. W. R. Scott, 633
  • Trusts, from the Point of View of Economic Theory, by Professor W. Graham, 633
  • Shipping Combination, by Dr. . B. Gins• berg, 662. See 219, 479
  • Municipal Trading, by the Hon. R. P. Porter, 90, 663
  • Municipal Policy and State Control, by Mr. P. Ashley, 663
  • Educational Section, 663. See LETTER
  • Presidential Address, by Professor H. E. Armstrong, 663
  • A Universal Language, by Sir Frederick Bramwell, 663
  • British Battleships, New, 283
  • British Railway Construction, 322
  • British Railways, 582
  • British Sea Commerce and British Shipping, 54
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Works of, 46
  • British versus United States Tramway Engines, 50, 348. See LETTERS
  • British Warships. See Warships
  • British Westinghouse Co. See Westinghouse
  • Brittleness Due to Overheating of Steel, 332, 357, 92
  • Bronzes at the DUsseldorf Exhibition, 306
  • Brotherhood, The late Mr. Peter, 515
  • Brugmann, Mr. W., on the Progress in the Manufacture of Pig Iron in Germany, 324, 332, 60, 425
  • Bryan Planimeter, 742
  • Building Construction and Materials at the Dfisseldorf Exhibition, 336, 400
  • Building Legislation for Fire-Prevention, 616, 819
  • Building, Steel and Concrete Coal-Storage, 289
  • Buildings of Concrete at the Dfisseldorf Exhibition, 333
  • Buildings, Rapid Construction of, 649
  • Buildings, Slow-Burning Construction, 547
  • Buildings, Steel Preservation in, 682
  • "Bullfinch," Accident on H.M.S., 690
  • Bumetead and Chandler Fan, 797. See also 627, 32
  • Burners for Liquid Fuel, 163, 158. SeeLBrrisits, 777
  • Burning Steel, 332, 357, 392
  • Business, Science of, 677. See LErrEas and Economics
  • Butler's Gas and Oil Engine Combined, 842
  • Buttner Boilers and Superheaters (German), 569
  • Cab Accumulators, 504, 533. See LETTER, 549
  • Cable Companies, Submarine, 166, 647
  • Cable i at the DlIsseldorf Exhibition, 401
  • Cables, Electric, Insulating, 749. See LErrEas, Single-Phase Electric Railway
  • Caisson Disease, 186
  • Calcium Carbide, Formation of, 187
  • Calcium Carbide Furnaces, 824
  • Caledonian Six-Wheeled Coupled Passenger Locomotive, 275
  • Calendars. See Literature Index
  • Calorimeters, Vacuum, 620
  • Cameras for Surveying, 38
  • Cams for Motor-Car Engines, 703
  • Canada, Industrial Progress in, 787
  • Canada,Metallurgical Industry and Trusts, 341, 49, 17, 650
  • Canadian Patent Law and Foreign Patents, 381
  • Canal Barges, Sea-Going, 66
  • Canal, Kaiser Wilhelm, 101
  • Canal Locks, Gates, &c., 20, 34, 38
  • Canal, Panama, 3
  • Canal, Thames and Medway, 515
  • Canal Towage, Electric, 100, 515
  • Canals with Large Locks, 20, 38
  • Canals and Rivers, Resistance to Ship's Motion, 67
  • Canals and Sea Transport, 654
  • Cane-Sugar Factories, 853
  • Cape Government Locomotives, Balancing, 319, 45
  • Cape Government Railways, 361
  • Cape Town Railway Station, Consulting Engineers' Fees, 82
  • Capell Fans, 732. See 627
  • Capillary Tube, Motion of a Detached Thread of Liquid through a, 529
  • Capital, Foreign, in Japan, 222
  • Capped Projectiles and Naval Efficiency, 777.
  • See Erratum, 813
  • Capstan Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Caramel-Cutting Machine, 108
  • Carbonic Anhydride Absorbed from Sea Water by Air, the Amount of, 602
  • Carbonic Anhydride, Atmospheric, Determination of, on Board the " Discovery," 602
  • Carbonite at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 483
  • Carburetters and Carburetting, 525, 554, 588, 592, 03, 626, 701
  • Carpet-Sweeping by Machinery, 187
  • Cars, Petrol-Driven Railway Inspection, 20
  • Cars without Rails, on Trolley System, 621
  • Cars. See Motor Car, Railway and Tramway
  • Cars, South London, London County Council, Tramways, 698, 733. See 431, 495
  • Cars, Tramway, Ball-Bearings, 834
  • Cars, Tramway, Brakes for Electric, 804
  • Cars, Tramway, at the Tramways Exhibition, 23, 1
  • Carriage, Railway, Works (Laycock), 449
  • Carriages. See Railway
  • Cast-Iron Testing Machine, 504
  • Castings, Copper, 341, 837
  • Castings, Forgings, and Boiler Plates, Standard Specification for Steel, 70, 225
  • Catalysis and its Application, 155
  • Cathodes, Destruction of, by Formation of Alloys, 57
  • Caustic Soda, 789
  • Celestial Photographs from the Yerkes Observatory, 631
  • Cement-Burning Kilns, Rotary, 50, 79
  • Cement and Concrete, Armoured, at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 333. See also Ferro-Concrete
  • Cement Industry, 39
  • Cement Pipes, Kielberg Machine for Making, 813
  • Cement as a Preventive of Russ in Steel, 682
  • Cement-Testing Apparatus at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 333
  • Census-Counting Machine, 165,840
  • Census Return, U.S., Locomotive Building, 545
  • Census, United States Electrical Industry, 382
  • Census, United States Iron and Steel, 415
  • Centenary of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, 646
  • Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool (Sir W. Gray and Co.), 203
  • Central Station. See Electric and Power
  • Central Station at the DUsseldorf Exhibition, 768
  • Centrifugal Fans, 627, 732, 797
  • Centrifugal Machine, Electrically-Driven, 808
  • Centrifugal Machines for Cane-Sugar, 853
  • Centrifugal Pump Dredgers, 290
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Flow Through, 762
  • Centrifugal Pumps for New Orleans Drainage, 03
  • Ceramics at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 400
  • Ceylon Railways and Trade, 617
  • Chain, The Locke Steel Machine, 213
  • Chance-Claus Process for Alkali Waste, 222
  • Change Speed Gear of Motor Cars, 592. See also 25, 554, 603, 626, 701
  • Channelling Machine, Oilway (Ward, Haggas, and Smith), 10. See Addendum, 66
  • Charcoal-Burning in the Lake District, 417
  • "Charles Dickens " Locomotive, '283
  • Chemical Analysis, Proposed Standardisation of Methods of, 602. See LETTER, 720
  • Chemical Department at the Reichsanstalt, 563
  • Chemical Fire Engine, 121. See D.:17 Rs
  • Chemical Industries Section at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 119, 135, 186, 239, 265, 305, 333 99, 482, 501, 533
  • Chemical Outlook, 789
  • Chemical and Physical Papers of the British Association, 461, 497, 527, 568, 599
  • Chemical Training and Industrial Progress, 512, 03
  • Chemical Treatment of Sewage at Manchester, 91, 552
  • Chemical Works, Effluvia from, 152
  • Chemistry Department, Manchester School of Technology, 472
  • Chemistry, Electra-, at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 01
  • Chemistry, Electro-, High Temperature, Notes on Technical Electric Furnaces, 824
  • Chemistry, Prof. Dewar on, 367. See 381, 512, 602
  • Chemists Employed in English Industries, Statistics on the Training of, 602. See 367, 381, 512
  • Chiclgo Railway, Scherzer Rolling Lift-Bridge, 70, 757, 807
  • Chillingham Castle, Visit at Institution of Mechanical Engineers to, 204
  • China, Japan Enterprises in, 121
  • China and Japan Relations, 646
  • China, Japanese Shipbuilding for, 187
  • China and Siberia, Agricultural Machinery, 306
  • Chucking, Engineering Workshop Practice, 263
  • Churchill's Motor-Car Details, 455

Civil Engineers, American Society or; Washington Meeting, 437

  • Presidential Address by Mr. Robert Moore, on the Engineer of the Twentieth Century, 437
  • Cabin, John Bridge, Visit to, 440
  • American Institutions, Discussion, 440
  • Washington Monument, 440
  • Electric Railways and Parks of Washington, 440
  • George Washington, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, by Herbert M. Wilson, 441
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of :
  • Presidential Address of Mr. J. C. Hawkshaw, 22, 654, 686. See alio 615
  • Electric Tramways, by Mr. C. Hopkinson, Mr. B. Hopkinson, and Mr. E. Talbot, 671
  • High-Speed Electrical Generating Plant, by Mr. T. H. Minshall, 741
  • The Rupnarayan Bride, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, by Mr. N. Martin Leake, 822
  • Clark, Messrs. George, Limited, Southwick Engine Works, 178
  • Classification of Russian Coke Pig Iron, 86
  • Cleveland Iron Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Cleveland and Northern Counties, Notes from,
  • 14, 247, 276, 311, 344, 4, 47, 87, 112, 146, 181, 79, 413, 453, 476, 509, 510, 576, 610, 640, 674, 10, 746, 780, 812, 819
  • Climate of Cyprus, 821
  • Climatology, English, 1881 - 1900, by Mr. F. Campbell Bayard, 673
  • Close Electric Power Works, Newcastle and District Electric Lighting Company's, 153, 161. See 179
  • Clubs' Act, Shop, 1902, 282
  • Clyde Turbine Steamer "Queen Alexandra," 75. See 370
  • Coal-Conveying Plant at Electric Power Works, 53, 161. See 179
  • Coal Depreciation through Transport, 65, 94
  • Coal Economy and Gas Engines, 816
  • Coal Economy in Pits and Iron Works, 514
  • Coal Gas See Gas
  • Coal, Genesis of, 416
  • Coal Mines, Mechanical Appliances in, 155, 175, 27, 260. See also Mining Pumps and Winding
  • Coal-Mining in Pennsylvania, 264
  • Coal Mining and Treatment Machinery at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 138, 186, 239
  • Coal in St. Petersburg, Russian or Foreign, 121
  • Coal, Smokeless Combustion of Bituminous, 433
  • Coal Sorting, Washing, and Briquette Making Machinery, 239, 441
  • Coal Staithes, Tyne Commissioners, 176
  • Coal-Storage Plant, Steel and Concrete, 289
  • Coal Supply, World's, 655
  • Coal Wagon, 40-Ton, for the North-Eastern Railway, Tests of, 811
  • Coal-Washing Machinery, 239
  • Coaling Crane, Rapier's, 412
  • Coast, Erosion of the Sea, 238
  • Cochrane, Mr. C. A., on Blast-Furnace Gas Engines, 787, 794, 809. See LicrrERs
  • Cock, Indicator,283
  • Cockburn's Double Safety Valves, 487
  • Cockerill Blast-Furnace Gas Engines, 787, 791, 09: See LETTERS.
  • Cockerill Company, 619. See also 794, 809
  • Coherer, Minchin's, 583
  • Coke Breakers, &c., at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 239
  • Coke Depreciation by Shipment, 65, 94
  • Coke Ovens and Coke By-Products at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 239
  • College, Cooper's Hill, 223
  • Collieries, Management and Rating of, 450
  • Colliery, Hylton, 178
  • Collision on the Glasgow and South-Western Railway, 485
  • Collision on the South Wales Mineral Railway, 85
  • Colloids of Zirconium and those of other Metals of the Fourth Group, 603
  • Colonial and Foreign Notes. See Foreign and Colonial Xotes
  • Colonies and Naval Defence, (313
  • Colour of Iodine Compounds, 599
  • Colour Vision, The Physical Aspects of, 600
  • Colours, Artists', at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 19
  • Combination, Shipping, 219, 479, 662
  • Combines, 677
  • Combines, from the Point of View of Economic Theory, 633
  • Combines. See also ?trusts
  • Combustion of Bituminous Coal, Smokeless, 433
  • Combustion Controller, Ados Furnace, at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 265
  • Commercial Disputes; Arbitration or Litigation ? 49
  • Commercial Education. See Education
  • Commercial Education in Janan, 22
  • Commissioners, New, for the Port of London, 49 40
  • Commutators, Assembling, Hydraulic Press 5
  • Companies' Liabilities. See Legal
  • Compensation Water Supply, Rights of Riparian Proprietors, 817
  • Competition, Steam Shipping, 249. See 204, 479, 62 and Atlantic
  • Competition, United States. 298, 845
  • Compound Engines. See Engines
  • Compound Locomotives See Loconotive.y
  • Compound Mad Locomotive for Johannesburg, 72
  • Compounding Electric Machines, 636
  • Compressed Air in Tunnels, Sickness Due to, 186
  • Compressed Gas, Professor Dewar on, 367
  • Com pressed Gas Industries, 5E3
  • Compression of Steel Ingots, 726, 758, 792
  • Compressor, Air, and Corliss Engine, 412, 574
  • Compressor, Air, The Daw, 408
  • Compressor, Air, for the Harpener Mining Company (Schlichtermann and Kremer), 776
  • Compressor, Air, V rt cal, King-Riedler Type, 51
  • Compulsory Purchase. See Legal
  • Comstock Mines in Nevada, Electric Power, 632
  • Concentration of Iron Ores, Electric, 484
  • Concrete, Adhesion to Iron and Rock, 422, 445
  • Concrete, Armoured, Strength of, 385
  • Concrete and Cement Armour at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 333
  • Concrete, Ferro-, 333 385 569, 581, 681
  • Concrete Pipes, Kielberi Machine for, 843
  • Concrete and Steel Coal-Storage Plant, 289
  • Condensed Exhaust Steam and Boiler Feeding, 49
  • Condensing Water-P.mping Plant, 141, 153
  • Conductivity, Electrical, of Aluminium Alloys as Affected by London Atmosphere. 405
  • Conduit System of Electric Traction, 211, 431, 95, 698, 671, 773
  • Confectionery Machinery, 108
  • Congress at Diisseldort. See Navigation Congress
  • Congress, Trades Union, 347
  • Conical Drum-Winding Engine, 607
  • Connecting Rod Strength, Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Bullfinch," 690
  • Conservation of Weight in Chemical Reactions, The Accurate, 497
  • Construction, Improvements in Huggens's, 500
  • Consulting Engineers and Advertising, 517
  • Consulting Engineers' Fees, 8?.
  • Consumption Results of Blast-Furnace and Producer Gas Engines, 544
  • Consumption of Ste am of Reciprocating Engine and Parsons' Turbine, 142, 153 176, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • Contact, Surface, System of Tramways, Cruvellier, 211 ; Diatto and Dolter, 671
  • Continental Traffic and the Customs, 318
  • Contract Repudiation, 86
  • Controller, Ados Furnace Combustion, at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 265
  • Controllers for Tramway Cars, 773. See also 31, 495, 698
  • Converters. . See Electric
  • Conveyor, Coal, at Electric Power Works, 153, 61. See 179
  • Conveyor, Coal, Steel and Concrete Plant, 289
  • Co-Operative Boycott, 634
  • Cooper's Hill College, 223
  • Copper, 119, 383, 679
  • Copper Castings, 341, 387
  • Copper Consumption, 119, 3S3, 679
  • Copper at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 303
  • Copper Pipes, Corrosion of, by Sea Water, 602
  • Copper Position, 119, 383, 679
  • Copper Prices. See Metal Price Diagram,
  • Copper Sulphide, Electrolytic, 318
  • Copying, Photo-, 673
  • Corbett, Mr. J., on the Salford Sewage Works, 65
  • Core-Wire-Straightening Machine (de Laval and Chisholm), 45
  • Corliss Engine and Air-Compressor Combined, 42, 574
  • Corliss Engines, 700 Horse-Power (Cole, Marchant, and Morley, Limited), 56
  • Corliss Marine Engine for Driving Generators (Wallsend Company), 313
  • Cormack, Professor J. D., on the Technical Education at the University of London, 593. See LETTER, 650
  • Cornwall Polytechnic Society, Royal, 321
  • Coronation Honours, 23
  • Corporations and Tramways and Lighting, 738
  • Corpuscles. See Electron
  • Corrosion of Boilers by Magnesium Chloride, 82
  • Corrosion of Copper Pipes by Sea Water, 602
  • Corrosion in Steel Buildings, 682
  • Cosmical Physics and Astronomical Papers of the British Association, 529, 564
  • Cost of Mining by Hand and Machinery, 165, 75, 227, 260
  • Cost and Power Required for Steam and Electric Railway Trains, 583, 667
  • Costs Accounts, Mechanical System, 840
  • Cost of Production, United States Iron and Steel. Trade, 415
  • Cost of Repairs to United States vorstis BritishTramway Engines, 250, 318. See LErrBas
  • Costs, Manufacturers', and Drawing-Office, 56, 09
  • Cotton Mills, Electricity in, 288
  • Coupling, Fire-Hose, Nunan's, 487
  • Coverings, Steam Pipe, Tests of, •266
  • Covers, Failure of Boiler Mudhole, 27
  • Cragside, Visit of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to, 204
  • Crane Ball-Bearings, 835
  • Crane, Rapier's Coaling, 412
  • Cranes for Docks, 66
  • Cranes, Electric. See Electric Cranes
  • Cranes, Electric, Shipbuilding Berths, 204. See LErrEas, 320, and pages 249, 269, 339
  • Crewe, Accident at, 485
  • Critical Temperatures, Theory of Gases at., 600
  • Crossley Vertical Gas Engine, 110
  • Cruiser Design, 613
  • Cruiser, Russian. " Novik," 649
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crusher Gauge, Petavel's Substitute for, 628
  • Cruvellier Surface Contact System of Tramways, 11
  • Crystalline Structure of Igneous Rooks, 300
  • Crystalline Structure and Overheating of Steel, 32, 357, 392
  • Cultivator, Martin, 787
  • Cunard Atlantic Liners, Subsidy to, 451, 479. See 201, 249, 602
  • Curves, Speed-Time, 666
  • Curve-Tracing Instrument, Owen's, 741
  • Customs and International Express Traffic, 318
  • Cutting, Coal, and Drilling Machinery, 155, 175, 27, 260
  • Cycles, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • Cyclone, The Eclipse, of 1901, 821
  • Cylinder, Repairing a Broken, 302
  • Cylinders, Experiments on Gas Explosions in, 723
  • Cylindrical Valves for Locomotives, 155, 174, 193 See Erratum', 310
  • Cyprus, Climate of, 821
  • Daelen, Mr. R. M., on Progress in Steel Works Practice in Germany since 1880, 326
  • Dairy Machinery at the Royal Agricultural Show, 44
  • Dalby, Profess)r W. E., on Balancing Marine Engines, 59
  • Dam, Aswftn, 733
  • Damage by Lightning to Midland Railway, 11
  • Daw Air-Compressor, 408
  • Dawson Producer-Gas, Uralite Works, 221. See Erratum, 247. See LETTER, 286
  • Day Off, Miners' Legal Case, 219
  • Deep-Tunnel Railways, London, 116, 517, 579, 14. See 751
  • Deep-Tunnel Railway Ventilation, 845
  • Defence, Naval, and the Colonies, 613
  • Deformation Indicator, Messenger's Furnace, 342
  • Depreciation Allowances, 677. See LETTERS, Science of Business
  • Depreciation of Coal and Coke by Shipment, 5, 94
  • Deptford Yard, Sunderland (Messrs. J. Laing and Sons), 178
  • Derailment at the Elephant and Castle, 485
  • Design of Cruisers, 643
  • Design of Engines, Tendency in, 314
  • Destroyers. See lVarsh ips
  • Destruction of Cathodes by Formation of Alloy, 57
  • Detectors, Magnetic, in Wireless Telegraphy, 529
  • Determining the Temperature of Exhaust Gases, 86
  • Deutz Gas Engines, 308, 370, 375, 426, 458, 620
  • Dew on Lenses of Projecting Lanterns, 600
  • Diagram of Metal Prices, 24, 190, 320, 454, 620, 56, 858
  • Diagrams for Determining Weight of Girdera, 126
  • Diamonds, Fluorescent and Phosphorescent, 603
  • Diazo-Compounds, Aromatic, 599
  • Dickinson, Messrs. J., and Sons, Palmer's Hill Engine Works, 178
  • Die-Stamping of Sheet Metal, 302
  • Dielectric Hysteresis, 668
  • Digby, Mr. William P., on Piscicelli Taeggi's Electric Post, 419. See Erratum, 460
  • Directories. See Literature Index
  • "Discovery," Determination of Atmospheric Carbonic Anhydride on board, 602
  • Disintegrators at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 399
  • Disputes ; Arbitration or Litigation ? 149
  • Distilled Water on Lead, Action of, 601
  • Distilling Plant, A New Type of, 616
  • Distilling Ship "Edgewater," H.M., 551
  • Distribution of Power at Exhibitions, 771
  • Divers and Diving Plant, 773
  • Dock Installations, 66
  • Dock, Japanese Dry, 242
  • Dock on the Tyne, Smith's, 176
  • Docks, Graving versus Floating, 66
  • Docks, Pontoon, on the Tyne, 176 ,
  • Docks, Sunderland, 177
  • Dockyards in the United States, 678
  • Dolter System of Tramways, 671
  • Dominica, Rainfall of, 673
  • Dortmund Colliery Miners' Exhibits at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 186
  • Downey's High-Pressure Piston Packing, 685
  • Doxford, Messrs. W., Pallion Shipyard, 178
  • Drainage of New Orleans, 103
  • Draining Pumps, Mine, 57, 108. See also Pumps
  • Draughtsmen and the Estimate of Costs, 56, 109
  • Drawing and Machine Construction, Teaching, 35. See Education,
  • Drawing - Office and Manufacturers' Costs, 56, 09
  • Drawings, Photo-Copying, 673
  • Dredger, J. Israel Tarte, 165
  • Dredging Machines, 290
  • Drilling and Coal-Cutting Machinery, 155, 175, 27, 260
  • Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Dues, Shipping, 35
  • "Duke of Edinburgh," H.M.S., 644
  • Durability and Strength of Heavy Rails, 514
  • Diirr Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater (German), 636
  • Diisseldorf Exhibition, Congresses. See Iron and Steel Institute, and Navigation Congrage
  • Dusseldorf Exhibition : 47
  • Accumulators, Electric, 601, 533. See LETTER, 49
  • Ados Furnace Combustion Controller, 265
  • Air - Compressor for the Harpener Mining Company (Schfichtermann and Kremer), 776
  • Aluminium Thermit Exhibits, 135
  • Armoured Concrete, 333
  • Artists' Colours, 110
  • Asbestos, 400
  • Asphalte, 400
  • Attendance, 647
  • Blasting Powder, 483
  • Bochum Pavilion, 85
  • Boilers and Superheaters, 569, 633, 707, 736
  • Briquette Machinery, 239, 441
  • Bronzes, 306
  • Building Construction, 336
  • Building Materials, 400
  • Buildings of Concrete, 333
  • Cab, Electric, Accumulators, E01, 533. See LETTER, 549
  • Cables, 401
  • Carbonite, 483
  • Cement and Concrete Armour, 333, 399
  • Cement-Testing Apparatus, 333
  • Ceramics, 400
  • Chemical Industries Section, 119, 135, 186, 239, 65, 305, 333, 399, 432, 501, 533
  • Chemistry, Electro-, 501
  • Closing Proceedings and Result, 547
  • Coal-Mining and Treatment Machinery, 138, 86, 239
  • Coal-Washing Machinery, 239, 441
  • Coke Breakers, 239
  • Coke Ovens and Coke By-Products, 239
  • Colours, Artists', 119
  • Combustion Controller, Ados Furnace, 265'
  • Concrete and Cement Armour, 333
  • Controller, Ados Furnace Combustion, 265
  • Copper, 306
  • Cornish Boiler (Kolnische Maschinenbau A.-G.), 737
  • Cylindrical and Water-Tube Boiler Combined (Steinmiiller), 736
  • Deutz Gas Motor and Engine, 308. See 370, 75, 426, 458,:520
  • Disintegrators, 399
  • Dortmund Colliery Miners' Exhibit, 186
  • Electric Accumulators, 601, 533. See LETTER, 49
  • Electric Central Station, 768
  • Electric Furnace, 120
  • Electro-Chemistry, 601
  • Engine, 300 Horse-Power Compound HoriZmital (Schiichtermann and Kremer), 308
  • Engine, 60) Horse - Power Electric-Driving (Dingier Company), 408
  • Engine, with Generator, 3000 Indicated HorsePower Triple - Expansion (Gutehoffnungshiitte), 179, 210
  • Engine, Steam, 550 Horse-Power Vertical Dynamo (Moller), 340
  • Engines and Electric Generators, Table giving Particulars, 769
  • Explosives, 482
  • Ferro-Concrete, 333
  • Firebricks, 400
  • Floor Materials, 400
  • Foodstuffs, 120
  • Furnace Combustion Controller, Ados, 265
  • Furnace, Electric, 120
  • Fuses, Ignition Devices, &c., 484
  • Gas, Illuminating, 265
  • Gas, Producer, 265
  • Gelatines, 138
  • Generators and Engines, Table giving Particulars, 769
  • Germania Works Exhibits (Krupp), 166
  • Glass, 400
  • Glues, 138
  • Goldschmidt Pavilion, 135
  • Gruson Exhibits (Krupp), 165
  • Gunpowder - Making Machinery at Gruson Works, 166
  • Gunpowders, 482
  • Gutehoffnungshiitte Company Exhibit, 351
  • Hoerde Pavilion, 84
  • Hydraulic Press, Huber System (Gruson Works), 165
  • Illuminating Gas, 265
  • Iron-Mining, 138, 186, 239
  • Iron and Steel Exhibits, 323
  • Krupp Magnetic Ore Separators, 268
  • Lamps, Miners' Safety, 186, 239
  • Lighting, 771
  • Lignite, 187
  • Linoleum Calenderi lig R oils (Gruson Works), 165
  • Metallic Art Objects, 135
  • Magnetic Separators for Ore, 268
  • Manganese, 306
  • Metallurgical Industries Section, 119, 36 , 186 39, 265, 305, 333, 399, 482, 501, 533
  • Metallurgical Mining and Treatment Machinery, 138, 186, 239
  • Mine-Draining Pump, 37, 108, 268;670
  • Mine Pump, Double-Acting High-Speed, Hoerbiger-Rogler System, 245
  • Miners' Safety Lamps, 186, 239
  • Mining Exhibits, 138, 186, 239
  • Mosaics, 400
  • Nitro-Cellulose Powders, 482
  • Nitro-Glycerine Powders, 482
  • Oils, 138
  • Ore-Dressing and Magnetic Separators, 268
  • Phoenix Powder, 484
  • Platinum, 120
  • Portable Dwellings, 400
  • Powders, 482
  • Producer Gas, 265
  • Pumps, Klein Double-Acting High Speed
  • Mining, 268, 670. See also Mine
  • Refrigerator Waste Heat Ammonia, 306
  • Roburite, 483
  • Rolling, Mills, Universal (Duisburger Company), 537
  • Rottweil Powders, 482
  • Rubber, 401
  • Safety Lamps, Miners', 186, 239
  • Salvage and Safety Lamps, 196, 239
  • Schulz Water-Tube Boiler, 166
  • Sieglander Collective Exhibits, 186
  • Siller and Dubois Ore-Separators, 268
  • Slag Cements, 399
  • Soap, 138
  • Softeners, Water, 170, 266, 670
  • Steam Boilers, 669, 633, 707, 736
  • Stoneware, 400
  • Sulphuric Acid Exhibits, Ammonia Refrigerators, Waste Heat, 306
  • Superheaters, 569, 633, 707, 736
  • Technical High School of Aachen, 501
  • Thermit, Aluminium, Exhibits, 135
  • Tin, 306
  • Torpedo-Boat Engines (Krupp), 166
  • Tramways, Electric Accumulators, 604, 533. See LETTER, 549
  • Varnishes, 138
  • Water-Softeners, 170, 266, 670
  • Water-Tube Boiler with Superheater (Steinmiiller), 736
  • Water-Tube Boiler with Superheater (Willmann, of Dortmund), 737. See also 569, 633, 07
  • Water-Tube and Cylindrical Boiler Combined (Steinmiiller), 736
  • Wax, 138
  • Winding Engine, Conical Drum, 607
  • Winding Engines, Electrically-Driven, 12, 136
  • Wires (Felten and Guilleaume), 401
  • Wiring, Electric, 771
  • Zinc Exhibits, 305
  • Dust, 363
  • Dynamos, 659
  • Dynamos. See Electric,
  • Dynamos, The Making of, 436
  • Early English Railways, History of, 836
  • Earth, The Figure of the, 661
  • Earthquakes, Seismological, B. A. Committee's Report, 564
  • Earthquakes, Volcanic Phenomena in the Windward Islands, 448
  • Earth's Atmosphere, The Positions of Hydrogen and Helium in Relation to, 532
  • Eastern Telegraph Company, 156
  • Economic Papers at the British Association, 631
  • Economical Effect of Receiver, Reheating, 155, 73, 197. See LETTERS, 255, 285
  • Economics of Production, 415
  • Economics, Teaching of, 631, 677
  • Economiser, Explosion of a Fuel, 127
  • Economy of Gas versus Steam Engine, 814
  • Economy of Steam Engines, Some Experiments, 55, 173, 197. See LETTERS, 255, 285
  • Economy. Steam, of Reciprocating Engine and
  • Parsons Turbine, 142, 153, 176, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • "Edgewater," H.M. Distilling Ship, 551
  • Edison Cement Works, 69
  • Edison Electric Illuminating Company, of Boston, Recent Construction at the Atlantic Arc Station of the, 257
  • Education, 381. See also LETTERS, 367, 370, 395, 01, 427, 432
  • Education, Chemical, and Industrial Progress, 67, 381, 512, 602
  • Education, Commercial, in Japan, 22
  • Education, Electrical Engineers, 381, 636
  • Education of Engineers, 11, 56, 78, 223, 255, 285, 22, 486, 517, 548, 651, 683, 755, 778, 820, 845
  • Education, Faulty Technical, 279. See Erratum', 18
  • Education, Manchester Municipal School of Technology, 466
  • Education of Naval Engineers, 750, 857, See LETTERS
  • Education, Prof. Dewar on, 367. See 381, 512, 602
  • Education, Professor Perry on, 370, 381, 395, 427
  • Education, Science and Practice, 217, 677
  • Education, the Teaching of Mathematics, 565. See LETTERS, Education
  • Education, Technical, 370, 381, 395, 427, 466. See LETTERS
  • Education, Technical, Electrical Engineer of, 742
  • Education, Technical, in the Navy, 581
  • Education, Technical, at the University of London, 593. See LETTER, 650
  • Educational Papers at the B.A., 381, 663
  • Effect of Cold on Life, Professor Dewar on, 367
  • Efficiency, Naval and Gunnery, 777. See Erratum., 13
  • Effluvia from Chemical Works, 152
  • Egyptian Aswan Dam and other Works, 783
  • Elastic Wheel, A New, 403
  • Elasticity and Strength, 731
  • Electric. See also Electrical EngincPrs, Thc .Imcrican
  • Institute of, and Electrical_Engineers, Institution of :
  • Acceleration Tests, Steam versus Electric Locomotive, 583, 667
  • Accumulators, 501, 504, 533, 749. See LETTER, 49
  • Alternator, 1400 Horse-Power, 142 ; Turbo Alternator, 161, 179 ; 3000 Horse-Power Three-Phase, 179, 210 ; Single-Phase, 666 ; Sheldon and Mason on Alternators, 659 ; Kapp on Alternators, 772. See also Engine and Alternator and Generator Alternators, 772
  • Alternators, Single-Phase on Polyphase Circuits, 666
  • Batteries, Storage, 749. See LETTERS, SinglePhase Electric Railway and Accumulators
  • Blow-Out for Tramcar Controllers, Magnetic, 73. See also 431, 495, 698
  • Bogie for Electric Cars, 698. See also 431, 495 73
  • Brakes for Tram-Cars, 801
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, Rugby, Works of, 546
  • Bulk Schemes. See Power Distribution
  • Cab Accumulators, 504, 533. See LETTER, 549
  • Canal Towage, 100, 515
  • Cars without Rails on Trolley System, 621
  • Cars, South London L.C.C. Tramways, 698, 73. See also 431, 495
  • Central Station at Dfisseldorf Exhibition, 768. See also Power Station
  • Chemistry, Electro-, at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 601
  • Coal-Cutting and Drilling Machinery, 156, 175, 27, 260
  • Commutators, Hydraulic Press for Assembling, 5
  • Compounding Machines, 636
  • Concentration of Iron Ores, 484
  • Controllers for Tramway Oars, 773. See also 31, 495, 698
  • Converters, Rotary, 772
  • Cranes, 284, 387, 422, 444, 486, 516, 673, 649
  • Curve Tracer, Owen's, 741
  • Deep-Tunnel Railways, 116, 647, 579, 714, 845. See 751
  • Dielectric Hysteresis, 668
  • Dynamos, Alternating-Current, 659
  • Dynamos, 772. See also Generator and Alternator
  • Dynamo-Electric Machines, Calculation of, 535
  • Dynamos, The Making of, 436
  • Edison, Illuminating Company of Boston, Recent Construction at the Atlantic Arc Station of the, 257
  • Education, Electrical Engineers, 636
  • Electrolytes, 318, 645, 749. See LETTERS, SinglePhase Electric Railway
  • Electrolytic Interrupters, Wehnelt, 752
  • Electrons, 752
  • Engine with Dynamo, High-Speed Compound, 90
  • Engine and Dynamo, 300-Kilowatt Triple-Expansion, Middlesbrough Electricity Works, 47
  • Engine and Generator, 600 Horse - Power Vertical Compound (Dingier Company), 408
  • Engine (Gutehoffnungshiitte) and Generator (Lahmeyer), 3000 Indicated Horse-Power, 79, 210
  • Engine, Steam, 550 Horse-Power Vertical Dynamo (Moller), 340
  • Engines, Blast-Furnace Gas, and Generators, 70, 375, 426, 458, 620
  • Engines, Corliss, for Driving Generators at Shoreditch Station (Wallsend Company), 343,
  • Engines and Dynamos (Belliss and Morcom) Tests, 374
  • Furnace, 120
  • Furnaces for High - Temperature ElectroChemistry, 824
  • Future, and its Limitations, 749. See LETTERS, Single-Phase Electric Railway
  • Generating Plant, 714
  • Generating Plant at Niagara Falls, 637. See LET rER 8
  • Generating Plant, Portable (Allen, Bedford), 180
  • Generator, 65 Horse-Power, 110 ; Portable, 180 ; 50 Horse-Power, 340 ; 600 Horse-Power, 408 ; Compounding, 636 ; 300-Kilowatt, 847. See also Engine and Generator, Alternator, and Dynamo Generator, Peebles', and Engine, Willans', for Traction and Lighting, 321
  • Generator Sets, Details of Direct Uonnective, 88
  • Glass Works, 121
  • Heating of Railway Motors, 667
  • Hollerith Tabulating Machine, 165, 840
  • Hydro-Electric Works in Switzerland, 810
  • Industry in America, Progress of, 382
  • Insulating Cables, 749. See LETTERS, Singh:Phase Electric Railway
  • Lighthouse at l'Ile Vierge, 233
  • Lighting and Power Schemes in Parliament, 39
  • Lighting and Tramway Plant, 321
  • Lightning Arresters, 668
  • Locomotive Acceleration Tests, Steam versus Electric, 583, 667
  • Magnetic Blow-Out for Tramcar Controllers, 73. See also 431, 495, 698
  • Magnetic Detectors in Wireless Telegraphy, 529
  • Magnetic Investigations at the Reichsanstalt, 61
  • Magnetic Separators for Ore at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 268
  • Meters, Testing, at the Reichsanstalt, 561
  • Midland Corporation Power Distribution, 201, 29
  • Mine-Draining Pumps, 57. See 109 and Pumps
  • Mine, Winding Engine, Electrically Driven, 2, 136
  • Mining, Plant for Coal, 155, 175, 227, 260
  • Motors, 772
  • Motors, Tramcar, 773. See also 431, 495, 698
  • Nernst Lamps in Vacuo, 485
  • Ore Dressing and Magnetic Separators at the Dfisaeldorf Exhibition, 268
  • Parliament. See also Legislation and Municipal Trading
  • Piscicelli Taeggi's Post, 419. See Erratum, 460
  • Plough, Electric, for Tramcar, 698. See also 31, 495, 773
  • Points and Signals, 681
  • Portable Generating Plant (Allen, Bedford), 80
  • Power Distribution, Midland Corporation, 201
  • Power in Iron and Steel Works, 333, 488
  • Power and Lighting Schemes in Parliament, 39
  • Power Plant at Niagara Falls, 637. See LETTERS
  • Power Required and Cost for Steam and Electric Railway Trains, 667
  • Power Scheme, Yorkshire, 64, 65
  • Power Station at Comstock Mines, Nevala, 32
  • Power Station, Midland, 201, 629
  • Power Station at Neptune Bank, Newcastleon-Tyne, 142, 153, 176, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • Power Station, Newcastle and District Company's, 153, 161. See 179
  • Power-Transmission Plant on the Pacific Coast, 272
  • Practical Standards for Measurements, 528
  • Public Authorities' Protection Act, 184
  • Radiators, 684
  • Railway Electrification, North-Eastern, 218
  • Railway Problem, 666
  • Railway, Single-Phase El ctric, 667, 749, 778
  • Railway Trains, Power and Cost of Steam versus Electric, 583, 667
  • Railway, Underground, at Stassfurt. 584
  • Railways, Deep-Tunnel, 116, 547, 579, 751
  • Railways, Single-Phase, 776
  • Railways of Washington, U.S.A., 440
  • Receiver, A New, for Hertzian Oscillations, 629, 83
  • Relation of Voltaic Potential to Temperature, The, 498 •
  • Rotary Converters, 772
  • Signailing, Damage by Lightning on Midland Railway, 11
  • Standardisation, Electric Plant, 687
  • Stations. See Power Stations
  • Steam versus Electric Trams, 583, 667
  • Supply Station at Manchester School, 469
  • Towage and Canals, 100
  • Traction on Medway and Thames Canal, 100, 519
  • Train-Lighting in Germany, 480
  • Trains, Power and Cost of, Steam versus Electric, 583, 667
  • Tramcar Motors, 773. See also 431, 495, 698
  • Tramway Accumulators, 501, 504, 533. See LETTERS, 549, 749
  • Tramway Engines, Glasgow, 250, 348. See LETTERS
  • Tramway Finance (Glasgow), 183
  • Tramway Legislation, A Session of, 252, 295
  • Tramway and Light Railways Exhibition, 23, 51
  • Tramway and Lighting Set, 321
  • Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 738
  • Tramway, Surface Contact, Cruvellier System,
  • X11; Diatto and Dolter Systems, 671
  • Tramways, South London, 431, 495, 698, 773
  • Transformer, 772
  • Turbine Generators at Niagara Falls, 637. See LETTERS
  • Turbo • Alternator, 1500-Kilowatt (Parsons), 79. See 142, 163, 161, 176, 188
  • Waterfalls and Electric Power, 656
  • Wattmeter, Electrostatic, 668
  • Westinghouse, Mr. Geo., on Future of Electricity, 816
  • Winding Engines, Electrically-Driven, 12, 138
  • Yorkshire Power Scheme, 54, 65
  • Electrical Engineers, American Institute of :
  • Great Barrington Meeting, 636, 666, 741
  • Presidential Address by Mr. C. P. Steinmetz, on Electrical Engineers' Education, 636
  • A Method of Compounding Alternating-Current Generators and Motors, Direct-Current ;Generators, Synchronous Motor Generators, and Synchronous Converters, by Mr. F. G. Baum, 636
  • The New Generating Plant of the Niagara Falls Power Company, by Mr. H. W. Buck, 37. See LETTERS
  • Stanley Instrument Company, Visit to Works, 39
  • An Experiment with Single-Phase Alternators on Polyphase Circuits, by Mr. C. 0. Mailloux, 666
  • Notes on the Plotting of Speed-Time Curves, by Mr. C. 0. Mailloux, 666
  • A Study of the Heating of Railway Motors, by Mr. A. H. Armstrong, 667
  • A Method of Ascertaining by Means of a Dynamometer Car the Power Required to Operate Trains and the Relative Cost of Operation by Steam and Electricity, by Mr. B. J. Arnold, 667
  • Comparative Acceleration Tests with Steam Locomotive and Electric Motor Cars, by Mr. B. J. Arnold and Mr. W. B. Potter, 667. See also 583
  • A Single-Phase Railway System, by Mr. B. J. Arnold, 667
  • Standardisation Report by Committee, 667
  • The Functions of Shunt and Series Resistance in Lightning Arresters, by Mr. P. H. Thomas, 68
  • The Electrostatic Wattmeter in Commercial Measurements, by Mr. Miles Walker, 668
  • Energy Lost 'in Commercial Insulating Materials when Subjected to High Potential Stress, by Mr. C. E. Skinner, 668
  • A New Curve-Tracing Instrument, by Professor R. B. Owens, 741
  • Concerning Uniformity in the Electrical Engineering Courses in the United States, by Dr. Sainuei Sheldon, 742
  • The Equipment of an Electrical Engineering Laboratory, by Profess n• R. B. Owens, 742
  • Electrical Engineering Courses at College and the Education of the Electrical Engineer, by Professor William Esty; 742
  • The Education of the Electrical Engineer, by Mr. H. W. Buck, 742
  • A Proposed 'Reform in Technical Training, by Mr. E. B. Raymond, 742
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of:
  • Standard of Professional Etiquette for Consulting Electrical Engineers, 547
  • Tudor Accumulator, 549
  • Presidential Address by Mr. James Swinburne, on the Future and its Limitations, 49. See Lwrrzas, Single-Phase Electric
  • Railway and Entropy Electrons, by Sir Oliver Lodge, 752
  • Electrical Conductivity of Certain Aluminium Alloys as Affected by Expbsure to London Atmosphere, 405
  • Electrical Engineering Department, Manchester School of Technology, 472
  • Electrical Engineers' Education, 636. See 381 and Education
  • Electrical Engineers, Technical Education of, 742
  • Electrical Instruments, 407
  • Electrical Measurements, Experiments for Improving the Construction of Practical Standards for • British Association Committee's Report, 528
  • Electrical Research Work at the Reichsanstalt, 561
  • Electrical Resonance of Metal Particles for Light Waves, 96
  • Electrically-Driven Centrifugal Machine, 808
  • ElPetricallv-Driven Centrifugal Pumps in Spanish Mines, 72, 188
  • Electrically-Driven 'Winding Engines, 12, 138
  • Electricity in Cotton Mills, 288
  • Electricity Works of Switzerland, and Water Power, 840
  • Electrification on the North-Eastern Railway, 218
  • Electrification of the South London Tramways, 31, 495, 698, 773
  • Electro-Chemistry, 656
  • Electro-Chemistry at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 01
  • Electro-Chemistry, High Temperature, Notes
  • on Experimental Technical Electric Furnaces, 24
  • Ele3tro• Pneumatic Signals and Coal Staithes.176
  • Electrolytes, 740. See LETTERS, Single-Phase Electric Railway
  • Electrolytic Copper Sulphide, 318
  • Electrolytic Determination of Traces of Metals in Foods and Organic Residue, 615
  • Electrolytic Interrupters, Wehnelt, 752
  • Electrons, 752
  • Electrostatic Wattmeter, 668
  • Elethents, Distribution of, by their Atomic Weight, 602
  • Elevator Safeties, 256
  • Elevators. See also Hoists Elswick Works, 151
  • Embankment Reconstruction, Tyne, North Pier, . 33, 176
  • Emery Wheels for Grinding Machines, 1, 99
  • EncyclopEedia Britannica, 237
  • Engine. See also Locomotives
  • Engine, Air-Compressing, The Daw, 408
  • Engine, Air-Compressing, for the Harpener Mining Company, 776
  • Engine-Balancing, Locomotive, 585
  • Engine, Beam, of 1767, Survival of, 486
  • Engine Boiler and Employers' Liability Report, 11
  • Engine, 300 Horse-Power, Compound Horizontal, (Schtichtermann and Kremer), 308
  • Engine Connecting-Rod, Strength of, Torpedo Boat Destroyer (H.M.S. " Bullfinch "), 690
  • Engine, Corliss, and Air-Compressor, 442, 574
  • Engine Cylinder, Repairing a Broken, 302
  • Engine Design, Tendency in, 314
  • Engine and Dynamo, 300 Kilowatt Triple-Expansion, Middlesbrough Electricity Works, 847
  • Engine, Fire, Motor (Merryweather), 25
  • Engine, Gas, Blast-Furnace (Deutz), 808. See also Engines, Gas
  • Engine, Gas, Economy, 816
  • Engine, Gas, Explosions, Preliminary Note on, 90. See 'Arms, 517, 549
  • Engine, Gas and Oil, Combined, Butler's, 842
  • Engine, Gas and Oil, Laboratory at Manchester School of Technology, 470
  • Engine, Gas, Temperatures, 156
  • Engine, Gas, Test, 286
  • Engine, Gas, Vertical (Crossley Brothers), 110
  • Engine (Gutehoffnungshiitte) and Generator (Lahmeyer), 3000 Indicated Horse-Power, 179, 10
  • Engine, High-Speed Compound, 490
  • Engine, Hult Rotary Steam, 506
  • Engine, 500 Horse-Power, lidding Gas, 410
  • Engine Piston Acceleration, Graphical Determination of, 288
  • Engine Piston Packing (Downie's), 685
  • Engine Shaft Governor (Robinson's), 791
  • Engine-Shafts. See Shafts
  • Engine, Steam, 550 Horse-Power Vertical Dynamo (Moller), 340
  • Engine, Steam, 600 Horse-Power Vertical Compound, with Generator (Dingier Company), 08
  • Engine, Traction, for Johannesburg, 672
  • Engine Valves at the Tramway and Light Railways Exhibition, 23, 51
  • Engine (Willans) and Generator (Peebles) for Traction and Lighting, 321
  • Engine, Winding,. with Conical Drum, 607
  • Engine, Winding, Electrically-Driven, 12, 138
  • Engine Works, Palmer's-Hill (Messrs. J. Dickinson and Sons), 178
  • Engins Works and Shipyards on the Wear, 177
  • Engines, Bellis and Morcom, 374
  • Engines, Blast-Furnace Gas, 787, 794, 809. See L krrEas
  • Engines, Blast-Furnace and Producer-Gas, Consumption Results, 541
  • Engines, 700 Horse-Power, for Electric Driving (Cole, Marchant, and Morley, Limited), 46
  • Engines, Corliss, for Driving Generators at Shoreditch Station (Wallsend Company), 343
  • Engines and their Defects, 511
  • Engines, Gas, Blast-Furnace; 370, 375, 426, 444, 58, 520, 787, 794, 809. See LBTTER
  • Engines, Gas, Experiments on Explosions in Cylinders, 723
  • Engines, Gas, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 41
  • Engines, Gas, at the Smithfield Club Show, 786
  • Engines and Generators at the Diisseldorf Exbibition, Table of Particulars, 769
  • Engines, High-Speed and Generating Plant; 744
  • Engines, Large Power Gas, 444
  • Engines, Marine, Balancing, 59
  • Engines, :Oil, for Marine Work, 188, 777
  • Engines, Oil, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 41
  • Engines, Oil, at the Smithfield Club Show, 786
  • Engines, Quadruple, 40,000 Indicated HorsePower, of T -S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 339. See also 204, 269 ; and LETTER, Shipbuilding Berths, 249, 320
  • Engines, Rolling Mill (Duisburger Company), 537
  • Engines, Steam, for Electric Driving, at the Tramways Exhibition, 23, 51
  • Engines, Steam, Economy, Experiments in, 155, 73, 197. See Dermas, 255, 285
  • Engines, Steam, at the Smithfield Show, 786
  • Engines, Steam, and Generator, Portable Electric, 180
  • Engines, Steam, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 0
  • Engines, Steam, Standardised System of Testing., 105
  • Engines, Steam, versus Parsons' Turbine, Steam Consumption, 142, 153, 176, 179. See 'Arms, 88
  • Engines, Torpedo-Boat (Krupp), 166
  • Engines, Traction, at the Smithfield Club Show, 86
  • Engines, Tramway, Glasgow, 260, 348. See LETTERs
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of the Steam Yacht "Vanessa(Day, Summers, and Co., Limited), 23
  • Engines, Winding, Electrically-Driven, 12, 138
  • Engineer of the Twentieth Century, 437
  • Engineers and Advertising, 547
  • Engineers' Education. See Education
  • Engineers Electrical, Education, 381, 636
  • Engineers' Fees, Consulting, 82
  • Engineers, Institutions of. See Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers,Mining Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron and Steel I 'Institution, and Navigation Congress at Dusseldorf':t
  • Engineers in the Navy, 116. See LETTERS, 280, 50, 785, 857
  • Engineers in the Navy. See Naval Engineers'Question
  • Engineers, Naval, 581 See Naval Engineers
  • Engineers, Society of, 830
  • Engineers, Technical Education of Electrical, 42
  • Engineers, The Training of, 432. See Minims,
  • Education, and 548
  • Engineering in Formosa. 350
  • Engineering and the Forces and Supplies of Nature, 622, 654, 686
  • Engineering Laboratories at Manchester School of Technology, 466
  • Engineering Papers at the British Asso:iation, 70, 401, 432. See 381
  • Engineering Progress, 615, 622
  • Engineering Schemes in Parliament, 714, 718, 38, 751
  • Engineering in the United States Navy, 678
  • Engineering Works and Wallsend Slipway Company, 695
  • Engineering Workshop Practice, 263
  • English and American Workmen, 256
  • English Climatology, 1881-1900, 673
  • Engravings for Books, History of, 801
  • Enterprise, Tendency of, 816
  • Entropy, An Application of the Method of, to Radiant Energy, 498
  • Entropy; 749, 843. • See Limns, Single-Phase Electric Railway
  • Enzymes, The Synthetical Action of, 699
  • Erosion of the Sea Coast, 238
  • Essen Works, 101
  • Estimates, Naval. See Naval
  • Ether, Does Motion Through the, Cause Double Refraction ? 497
  • Etiquette, Professional, 547
  • Evolution of Stellar Systems, 529
  • Ewing's Hysteresis Tester, Standards in, 223
  • Exhaust Gases, Determining Temperature of, 286
  • Exhibition, Brewers', 548
  • Exhibition at Diisseldorf. See DiimeWorf
  • Exhibition, Fire, 679. See LETTER, 720
  • Exhibition, Osaka, 853
  • Exhibition, Shoe and Leather, 617
  • Exhibition, St. Louis, 83, 207, 436, 513, 581
  • Exhibition, Tramways and Light Railways, 23, 1
  • Exhibition of United States Machine Tools, 6
  • Experimental Tank, Shipbuilding, 752
  • Experimentation in Impact at the Purdue University Laboratory, 28 •
  • Experiments on Gas Explosions in a Closed Vessel, 723
  • Experiments in Steam Engine Economy, 155, 73, 197. See LETTERS, 255, 285
  • Explosion of Fuel Economiser, 127
  • Explosions in Gas-Engine Cylinders, Experiments, 723
  • Explosions in Gas Engines, Preliminary Note on, 490. See LETTERS, 517, 549
  • Explosions. See also Boiler Explosions
  • Explosives at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 482
  • Exposition. See Exhibition
  • Express, An All-Stations Railway, 404
  • Extensometer, 422, 445
  • Factories for Cane-Sugar,853
  • Factory Cases. See Legal
  • Failure of Mudhole Covers, 27
  • Fans, Modern, 627, 732, 797
  • Faulty Technical Training, 279. See Erratum, 18
  • Feed, Boiler, Condensed Exhaust Steam for, 619
  • Feed-Water Filter, Harris-Anderson, 210. See LETTERS
  • Fees for Consulting Engineers' Plans, 82
  • Fergusson, John U. on Fergusson's Surveying Circle and Percentage Unit of Angular Measurement, 128
  • Ferro-Concrete, 333, 385, 569, 581, 681
  • Ferro-Concrete, Strength of, 385. See also Armoured Concrete
  • Ferrules and Birdnesting Boiler Tube, 91. See also 51, 54, 81, 90 ; LETTER, 444 ; and Engineers in the Navy
  • Field Guns. See Guns
  • Fight for Underground London, 581. See also Deep-Tunnel Railways.
  • Filter for Boiler Feed-Water, 210. See LETTERS and Separators.
  • Filtration, Mechanical, of Water Supplies, 23
  • Filtration, Sewage, Salford, 253. See LETTER, 85
  • Finance, Municipal Electric, Tramway (Glasgow), 83
  • Fire-Brigade Appliances, 121, 151. See LETTERS
  • Fire Brigade of London, L.C.C., 545. See LETTERS
  • Fire Brigade, London, Reorganisation, 18, 121, 16, 789, 819
  • Fire Engine, Motor (Merryweather), 25
  • Fire Escape and Combined Hose Tender, Horsed (Merryweather), 75
  • Fire Exhibition in London, International, 679. See LETTER, 720
  • Fire-Ex' anguishing Appliances, First -Aid, 121 See LETTERS
  • Fire and Glaze Brickmaking Machine, 111
  • Fire-Hose Coupling, Nunan's, 487
  • Fire-Prevention and Building Regulations for London, 616, 819
  • Fire, Tug, and Police Boat for the Mexican Government (Merryweather), 536
  • Firebticks at the Ditsseldorf Exhibition, 400
  • Fires, Slow-Burning Construction, 547
  • First -Aid Fire-Extinguishing Appliances, 121. See LETTERS
  • Fish-Plate, Schuler, 587
  • Flashing Lighthouse, A New Light, without Intervals of Darkness, 408
  • Fleet, Naval. See Warships
  • Fletcher's Oil and Grease Separator, 355
  • Floating Docks, 66
  • Floor Materials at the DUsseldorf Exhibition, 00
  • Flow through Centrifugal Pumps, 762
  • Flow of Water in Pipes of Varying Sections, 664
  • Flow of Water in Rivers and Canals, 67
  • Fluorescent and Phosphorescent Diamonds, 603
  • Foods, Electrolytic Determination of Traces of Metals in, and Organic Residue, 645
  • Foodstuffs at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 120
  • Forbes Range-Finder, 436
  • Forced-Draught Fans, 627, 732, 797
  • Forced Draught (Howden) for Liquid Fuel, 153, 58. See LErrEas, 777
  • Fore River Shipyard, U.S.A., 288
  • Foreign Capital in Japan, 222
  • Forestry, 624
  • Forgings, Castings and Boiler Plates, Standard Specifications for Steel, 225
  • Forgings, Steel, Specifications of, 70
  • Formosa, Engineering in, 360
  • Formosa, Trade, 125
  • Foster High-Speed Compound Engine, 490
  • Foundry Practice, 263
  • Fowler, G. J., on the Treatment of Manchester Sewage, 491, 552
  • Fracture of Thirlmere Aqueduct Pipe, 550
  • French Lighthouse at l'Ile Vierge, 233
  • French Messageries Maritimes, 10
  • French Naval Manoeuvres, 336, 383, 418
  • French Naval Programme, 713
  • French Railway Goods Locomotive, 10, 76
  • French Submarine Naval Tactics, 616
  • Friction, Anti-Friction Metal Wanted, 619, 821
  • Friction of Canals and River Waters ; Ships' Motion, 67
  • Fuel Combustion, Liquid, 287
  • Fuel Economiser, Explosion of, 127
  • Fuel Economy in Coal Pits and Iron Works, 544
  • Fuel Gas Analysis, 205
  • Fuel, Liquid, for Steamships, 153, 158. See LETTERS
  • Fuel, Manufacture of Briquettes, 2:39, 441, 644
  • Fuel, Peat, as a Substitute for Coal, 547. See also 655
  • Furnace-Combustion Controller, Ados, at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 265
  • Furnace, Electric, 120, 824
  • Furnace Gas Engines. See Blast Furnace
  • Furnace, Messenger's, Deformation Indicator, 42
  • Furnaces, Electric, for High Temperature Electro-Chemistry, 824. See 120
  • Furnaces for Puddling, 38
  • Furness, Withy, and Co.'s Shipyard, 203
  • Fuses, Ignition Devices, &c., at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 484
  • Future and its Limitations in Electricity, 749. See LETTERS, Single-Phase Electric _Wawa and Entropy.
  • Galton Whistle, Dependence of Pitch of Minute Closed Pipes on Wind-Pressure, 528
  • Garvie's High-Pressure Stop-Valve, 343
  • Gas-Engine Explosions, Preliminary Note on, 90. See 723. See also Lawns, 517, 549
  • Gas Engine, 600 Horse-Power. KOrting, 410
  • Gas-Engine Temperatures, 156
  • Gas Engines, Mr. H. A. Humphrey, on the Recent Progress in Large, 370, 375, 426, 458, 20
  • Gas Engines, Large-Power, 444
  • Gas Engines. See also Engines, Gas
  • Gas Explosions.in a Closed Vessel, 723
  • Gas, Illuminating, at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 65
  • Gas Industries, Compressed, 583
  • Gas Motor Works, Deutz, 30S
  • Gas Producer, Dawson, Uralite Works, 221 See Erratum, 247. See LETTER, 285
  • Gas Producer at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, `z.65
  • Gas Schemes in Parliament, 739
  • Gases, Effect of, on Metals, 601
  • Gases, Exhaust, Determining the Temperature of, 286
  • Gases, Theory of, at Critical and other Temperatures, 500
  • Gates for Canal Locks, 20, 34, 38
  • Gateshead and Newcastle Water Works, 202
  • Gauge, Pressure, Recording, for Ordnance, Mr. Petavel's, 528
  • Gauges, Pressure, at the Reichsanstalt, 561
  • Gelatines at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 13S
  • Generating Plant at Niagara Falls, 637. See LETTERS
  • Generators, Electric. See Electric
  • Genesis of Coal, 416
  • Geneste Hersher Fan, 797. See also 627, 732
  • Geology and Engineering, 686
  • George Washington, 440
  • German and American Steamship Competition, 49. See 204
  • German High-Speed Liner " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 04, 269, 339. See LETTER, 320, Shipbuilding Berths, and 249
  • German Industries. See Diisseldorf Exhibition
  • German Merchant Service Training Ships, 819
  • German Pig Iron Manufacture, 324, 332,.360, 425
  • German Steel Exhibits at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 84
  • German Steel Works Practice, Progress in, 326
  • German Water-Tube Boilers and Superheaters, 69, 633, 707, 736
  • Germania Works Exhibits at Diisseldorf Exhibition, 166
  • Germany, Electric Train-Lighting in, 480
  • Girder-Testing by Extensometer, 422, 44E
  • Girders, Weight of, 126
  • Glasgow Bridge Foundation Building under Compressed Air, Sickness Due to, 186
  • Glasgow Electric Tramway Accounts, 183
  • Glasgow, Notes from. See North, Notes from
  • Glasgow Royal Philosophical Society, Centenary, 6 •
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Collision on, 486
  • Glasgow Tramway Engines, 250, 348. See LETTERS
  • Glass at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 400
  • Glass Works, Electric, 121
  • Gincoside Group, Synthetical Researches in the, 99
  • Glues at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 138
  • Going Mine, What is a'? 23
  • Gold-Mining, Morison's Mortar-Box, 145
  • Goldschinidt Pavilion at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 135
  • Goniometer, Three-Circle, 95
  • Goodman, Professor, on Autographic Load-Strain Recorder for Test Specimens, 805
  • Goods Wagons Transport over Narrow-Gauge Tramways, 385
  • Governor, Robinson's Shaft, 791
  • Graving Dock, Japanese, 242
  • Graving versus Floating Docks, 66
  • Gravitation of Education in Engineering, 78, 17. See Education
  • Gray, Sir W., and Co., Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool, 203
  • Grease and Oil Separator, Fletcher's, 355
  • Grease and Oil Separator, Shelby, 12
  • Green's Fuel Economiser, Explosion of, 127
  • Grinder, The Bath Automatic Universal Combination, 721
  • Grinding Machines, 1, 99, 166, 234, 295, 365, 463, 05, 526, 697, 659, 767, 838
  • Grinding Machine, Norton, 505
  • Groyne for Beach Protection, 238
  • Grubb Hand-Surveying Instruments, 33
  • Gruson Exhibits (Krupp) at Diisseldorf Exhibition, 165
  • Guard for Electric Tramcar, 698. See also 431, 95, 773
  • Guibal Fans, 732. See 627
  • Gunboats. See Warships
  • Gunboats, United States, Built in Japan, 762
  • Gunnery and Naval Efficiency. See LErrEas and Errat Ma, 813
  • Gunpowder Machinery at Gruson Works, 166
  • Gunpowders at the Diisseldorf, Exhibition, 482
  • Gun-Power of Cruisers, 613
  • Gutehoffnungshiitte Exhibit at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 351
  • Gutta-Percha and Balata, 613
  • Hamburg Harbour, 101
  • Hand - Surveying Instruments, Sir Howard Grubb's, 33
  • "Hanoverian," T.-S.S. (Hawthorn, Leslie), 572
  • Harbour Schemes in Parliament, 740
  • Harbour Works, Belfast, 370
  • Harbour Works, Roca, 177
  • Harbour Works, Wear, 177
  • Harbours, Bremen, Bremerhaven, and Hamburg, 01
  • Hamlet, Herr A., on Compression of Steel Ingots, 26, 758, 792
  • Harpener Mine (Dortmund), Electrically-Driven Winding Engine, 133
  • Harpener Mining Company, Air-Compressor for (Schfichtermann and Kremer), 776
  • Harpener Mining Company, Winding Engine, 07
  • Harris-Anderson Feed-Water Filter, 210. See LETTERS
  • Hartlepool Engine Works (Messrs. Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co.), 203
  • Hartlepool Shipyard (Messrs. W. Gray and Co.), 03 Hartlepools, 203
  • Harvester, Potato, at the Royal Show, 42
  • Hatt, W. K., an 1 Turner, W. P., on New Apparatus for Testing Material at Purdue University Laboratory, 28
  • Hawaiian Cane-Sugar Facto, ies, 853
  • Hawkshaw, Mr. J. C., Presidential Address at Institution of Civil Engineers, 622, 654, 686. See also 615
  • Head, Mr. A. P., on Russian Iron Industry, 860
  • Health Act, Public, Practical Guide to, 628
  • Heat, Equivalent of, Mechanical, Electrical Experiment, 96, 809
  • Heat Evolved when a Liquid is brought in Contact with a Finely-Divided Solid, 95
  • Heats of Air and Steam at Constant Pressure and Volume, Ratio of Specific, 758
  • Heaters, Electric, 631
  • Heating of Railway Motors, 667
  • Heenan and Gilbert Fan, 628
  • Helium and Hydrogen, The Positions of, in Relation to the Earth's Atmosphere, 532
  • Helium, Professor Dewar on, 367
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Herbert's Machine Tools at the National Cycle Show, 707
  • Hertzian Oscillations, Receiver for, 529, 583 •
  • Heyn, Mr. E., on the Overheating of Mild Steel, 32, 357, 392
  • High-Speed Electrical Generating Plant, 744
  • High-Temperature Electro-Chemistry, Notes on Experimental and Technical Electric Furnaces, 24
  • "Hindustan," H.M.S., Boiler Arrangements in, 83
  • H.M. Distilling Ship " Edgewater," 551
  • H.M. Ships. See Warships
  • H.M. Navy, Colonial Contribution to, 613
  • H.M. Scouts, 616
  • H.M. Ships Built and Tried in 1902, 818, 855
  • H.M. Submarines and Naval Tactics, 616
  • H.M.S. " Duke of Edinburgh," 818
  • H.M.S. " Hindustan," Boiler Arrangements in, 83
  • H.M.S. " Powerful," Water-Tube BJilers of, 51
  • History of the Midland Railway, 836
  • History of Printed Books, 801
  • Hoerbiger-Rogler System of Double-Acting
  • High-Speed Mine Pump, 243
  • Hoerde Pavilion at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 81
  • Hoists, Safety, 256
  • Hoists. See also Elevators
  • Hole-Grinders, 767, 838
  • Holland Submarine Boat, 313, 733
  • Hollerith Tabulating Machine, 165, 810
  • Honours, Coronation, 23
  • Hopkinson, Mr. Charles, on Pumping Plant for Condensing Water, 141, 153
  • Hopkinson, Original Papers by the late John, 6
  • Horcajo Mines, Electrically-Driven Centrifugal Pumps for, 72, 188
  • Horner, Mr. Joseph, on Grinding Machines and Processes, 1, 99. 160, 234, 295, 365, 463, 505, 26, 597, 659, 767, 838
  • Horsley, Mr. E. C., and Bairstow, Mr. L., on Experiments on Gas Explosions in a Closed Vessel, 723
  • Hose Coupling, Nunan's, Fire, 487
  • Hose Tender and Horsed Fire Escape Combined, 5
  • Hours of Labour and Wages in 1901, 316
  • llowaldt Works, Germany, 102
  • Howden's Forced Draught for Liquid Fuel, 53 58. See 'Arms, 777
  • Hub, Motor-Car, Tools for (Herbert), 708
  • Huber System of Hydraulic Press (Gruson Works), 165
  • Huggens's Construction, Improvements in, 500
  • Hult Rotary Steam Engine, 506
  • Humphrey, Mr. • H. A., on Blast-Furnace Gas Engines, 370, 376, 426, 458, 520
  • Hunter, Mr. W. D., on Newcastle and District Electric Lighting Company's Power Station, 53, 161. See 179
  • Hutton, R. S., and Petavel, J. E., on HighTemperature Electro-Chemistry; Notes on Experimental and Technical and Electric Furnaces, 824
  • Hydraulic Appliances for Coal-Mining 155, 176, 27, 260
  • Hydraulic Laboratory, Manchester School of Technology, 470
  • Hydraulic Press for Assembling Commutators, 75
  • Hydraulic Press for Compressing Steel Ingots, 26, 758, 792
  • Hydraulic Press, Huber System (Gruson Works), 65
  • Hydraulically-Balanced Ashley Pump, 320, 387
  • Hydro-Aromatic Compounds with Single Nucleus, 99
  • Hydro-Electric Works in Switzerland, 810
  • Hydro-Extractor, Electrically-Driven, 808. See also Centrrfagal
  • Hydrogen and Helium, The Positions of, in Relation to the Earth's Atmosphere, 532
  • Hylton Colliery, 178
  • Hysteresis Tester, Standards in, Ewing's, 223
  • Ice. See Refrigeration
  • Idle-Day Case, 219
  • Illuminating Gas at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 65
  • Illustrations for Books, History of, 801
  • Impact Testing at the Purdue University, 28
  • Implements at the Royal Agricultural Show, 42
  • Implements at the Smithfield Club Show, 781
  • Imray, The late Mr. John, 518
  • Inclinometer, Grubb's, 33
  • Indian Railway Bridge, Rupnarayan, 822
  • Indian Railway Property, 822
  • Indian Railways and Trade, 118
  • Indian Service Education, Cooper's Hill, 223
  • Indian States Military Light Railway Locomotive, Narrow Gauge for, 846
  • India-Rubber, Balata as a Substitute for, 513
  • Indicator Cock, 288
  • Indicator, Furnace Deformation, 342
  • Industrial Notes, 25, 58, 89, 123, 157, 191, 224, 59, 289, 321, 355, 389, 423, 455, 487, 619, 551, 87, 621, 652, 685 722, 757, 791, 823, 859
  • Industrial Progress in Canada, 787. See also Canada
  • Industrial Progress and Chemical Training, 512
  • Industries, Compressed Gas, 583
  • Industries in Germany. See Dusseldorf Exhibition
  • Industry, Electrical, in America, 332
  • Industry, Localisation of, 632
  • Ingots; Steel, Compression of, 726, 758, 792
  • Innes, Mr. C. H., on Modern Fans, 627, 732, 797
  • Inspection Cars, Petrol-Driven Railway, 720
  • Institutions, Technical. See Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Mining Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron and Steel Institute, and Navigation Congress at Dusseldorf
  • Instrument, Owen's New Curve-Tracing, 741
  • Instruments, Hand Surveying (Sir Howard Grubb), 33
  • Insulating Cables, 749. See LurrEas, SinglePhase Electric Railway, also Dielectric Hysteresis and ELECTRIC
  • Integrator for Water-Meter Diagrams, 742
  • International Convention Relating to Patents, 11, 519
  • International Express Traffic and the Customs, 18
  • International Navigation Congress. See Navigation Congress
  • Interrupters, Theory of Wehnelt, 752
  • Inventions and Patents, 79, 311, 331, 422, 415, 49, 851
  • Iodine Compounds, Colour of, 599
  • Ireland, The Rainfall in, 404
  • Ireland, Water Power in, 404, 430.
  • Irish School of Mathematics and Physics, 464
  • Iron Breaking Machine, Pig, 549
  • Iron, Classification of Russian Pig, 86
  • Iron Concrete at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 333
  • Iron Concrete, Strength of, 385, 563, 581, 681
  • Iron Exhibits at Diisseldorf, 323
  • Iron Industry in South Russia, 860
  • Iron and Manganese, Brazilian, 253
  • Iron Manufacture in Germany, 324, 332, 360, 425
  • Iron-Mining at the Nisseldorf Exhibition, 138, 86, 239
  • Iron Ores, Concentration of Electric, 484
  • Iron Produced by Puddling, 38
  • Iron and Rock, Adhesion of Concrete to, 422, 45
  • Iron and Steel Girders. See Girders
  • Iron and Steel at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 323
  • Iron and steel Institute-Dusseldorf Meeting. 18, 331
  • Reception, 331
  • The New President, Mr. Andrew Carnegie, 332
  • The Progress of the Manufacture of Pig Iron in Germany since 1880, by Mr. W. Briigmann, 324, 332, 360, 425
  • The Progress of Steel Works Practice in Germany since 1880, by Mr. R. M. Daelen, 326, 32
  • The Overheating of Steel, by Mr. E. Heyn, 32, 357, 392
  • The Compression of Steel in Ingot Moulds, by Mr. A. Harmet, 332, 726, 759
  • The Application of Electricity in the Manufacture of Iron, by Mr. D. Selby-Bigge, 333, 488
  • Electric Plant in Steel Works, by Mr. Kylberg, 33
  • The Probable Existence of a New Carbide of Iron, by Messrs. E. D. Campbell and M. B. Kennedy, 333
  • The Results Obtained in the Equalisation of the Temperature of Hot Blast, by Messrs. L. F. Gjers and J. H. Harrison, 333
  • Iron and Steel Trade, United States, Cost of Production, 415
  • Iran and Steel Works, Power in, 333, 483
  • Iran Testing Machine, Cast, 501
  • Iron clads. See Warships
  • Irrigation Works in Egypt, Aswan Dam, 783
  • Irvine's Shipyard and Dry Dock, 201
  • Japan, Automobiles and Bicycles in, 352
  • Japan and China Relations, 646
  • Japan, Commercial Education in, 22
  • Japan Enterprises in China, 121
  • Japan, Financial and Economical Annual, 632
  • Japan, Foreign Capital in, 222
  • Japan, Mineral Resources, 318
  • Japan, Notes from, 412, 413, 858
  • Japan Steel Works, 449
  • Japan, Telegraphs and Telephones in, 385
  • Japan, University at Kyoto, 299
  • Japan, Yokohama Trade, 185
  • Japanese Dry Dock, 212
  • Japanese Exhibition at Osaka, 853
  • Japanese Labour Cost, 350
  • Japanese Maritime Association, 156
  • Japanese Navy, Increase of, 617
  • Japanese Opinion on Navy Boilers, 411
  • Japanese Post-Office, 253
  • Japanese Shipbuilding, 752
  • Japanese Shipbuilding for China, 187
  • Johannesburg, Compound Road Locomotive for, 72
  • Joint, Rail, Schuler, 687
  • Joints, Standard Pipe, 225
  • Joint, Swivelling, for Steam Main, 286
  • Joule, Determination of the, 809
  • Jupiter and Uranus, Spectograms of, 532
  • Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, 101.
  • "Kaiser Wilhelm II.," New German High-Speed Liner, 201. 269, 339. See LETTER, 320, Shipbuilding Berths, and 249
  • Kawasaki Dry Dock, Kobe, Japan, 242
  • Kernot, Professor W. C., and the Balancing of Locomotive Engines, 585
  • Kiel Shipbuilding Yard, 102
  • Kielberg Machine for Making Cement Pipes, 813
  • Kiln, Cement-Burning Rotary, 50, 79
  • Kinetic Theory and Luminosity, 499
  • "King Alfred," Steam Trials of H.M.S., 315
  • King-Riedler Vertical Air-Compressor, 651
  • Kites, Investigation of the Upper Atmosphere by Means of, 564, 805
  • Klein High-Speed Mining Pumps, 670
  • Kobe, Japan, Graving Dock at, 212
  • Koch Boiler and Superheater (German), 569
  • Korean Trade, 282
  • Korting Gas Engine, 500 Horse-Power, 410
  • Kortine Gas Engine, 370, 375, 426, 458, 520
  • Krupp, The late F. A., 715
  • Krupp Exhibit at Diisseldorf, 165, 166
  • Krupp Magnetic Ore Separators at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 263
  • Krupp's Germania Works, 102
  • Krupp's Works at Essen and Germania, 101, 102
  • Kynoch's Roller Bearings, 211
  • Kyoto University, 299
  • Laboratories at Manchester Municipal School of Technology, 466
  • Laboratory Apparatus for Material Testing at the Purdue University, 28
  • Laboratory, National Physical, 451, 819
  • Laboratory Practical Tests, 217
  • Laboratory Test-Work at the Reichsanstia in 901, 561
  • Labour Cost in Formosa, 350
  • Labour Disputes ; Arbitration or Litigation ? 149
  • Labour Economising and Production, 415
  • Labour, Hours of, and Wages in 1901, 316
  • Labour Problem, 347
  • Labour Question. See industrial Notes
  • Ladder Dredgers, 290
  • Laing, Messrs. J., and Sons, Deptford Yards, Sunderland, 178
  • Lake District, Charcoal-Burning in, 417
  • Lake Erie Water Level, Winds and, 485
  • Lake Submarine Boat, 313, 733
  • Lamps, Miners' Safety, at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 186, 239
  • Lamps in Vacuo, Nernst, 436
  • Lancashire Boilers and Superheaters, German, 69, 633, 707
  • Land Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers
  • Lanterns, Dew Deposits on Lenses of, 500
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Launches, Oil Engines for, 188, 777
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 30, 62, 96, 130, 161, 93, 230, 262, 292, 328, 362, 388, 430, 460, 492, 8 1176, 550, 594, 619, 650, 692, 728, 761, 796, 830,
  • Launching Large German Liner " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 269. See also 201, 339, and LETTER, 20 (Shipbuilding Berths), and 243
  • Laundry Centrifugal Machine, ElectricallyDriven, 808
  • Law of Master and Servant, 122, 189, 275, 328, 44, 462, 866
  • Law. See Legal
  • Law, Patent, 79, 341, 384, 549, 851. See 422, 445
  • Lead, Action of Distilled Water on, 601
  • Leather and Shoe Fair, 617
  • Lecture Experiment for the Determination of Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, 809
  • Legal ;
  • Accident on H.M.S. " Bullfinch," 690
  • Arbitration or Litigation ? 149
  • Canadian Patent Law and Foreign Patents, 84
  • Composition of Steel, 311, 379, 476, 540
  • Consulting Engineers' Fees, 82
  • Contract Repudiation, 86
  • Effluvia from Chemical Works, 152
  • Law of Master and Servant, 122, 189, 275, 328, 44, 452, 866
  • Management and Rating of Collieries, Digest of the Statutory Law Relating to the, 450
  • Mine, What is an Open ? 23
  • Miners' Idle-Day Case, 219
  • Municipal Tramways and the Law, 118
  • Patent Act, 79, 341, 384, 549, 851. See 422, 445
  • Practical Guide to the Public Health Act, 628
  • Property in a Name, 481
  • Public Authorities' Protection Act, 1893, 184
  • Rights of Riparian Proprietors (Compensation Water Supply), 817
  • Shop Clubs' Act, 1902, 282
  • Stop-Day Case, 219
  • Terminal Charges, Railway, 155
  • Traction Engine Case Decision, 190
  • Trade Union Law ; The Taff Vale Case, 852
  • Tramway Legislation, A Session of, 252, 295
  • Underground Water, 251
  • Legislation for Fire-Prevention, 616
  • Legislation. See Legal
  • Legislation, Tramway, A Session of, 252, 295
  • Lens for Ultra-Violet Therapy, A Triple, 500
  • Lenses of Projecting Lanterns, Prevention of Dew Deposits on, 500
  • Letters to the Editor, 11, 56, 78, 109, 156, 188, 23, 255, 284, 319, 340, 886, 422, 444, 486, 616, 48, 572, 617. 647. 682, 720, 754, 776, 820, 843
  • Levelling Staff, A Direct-Reducing, 404
  • L'Ile Vierge Lighthouse, 233
  • Liabilities. See Legal
  • Liability of Trade Unions ; Taff Vale Case, 852
  • Life, Effect of Cold on, 367
  • Lift-Bridge at Chicago (Scherzer), 670, 757, 807
  • Lift, Safety, 256
  • Light, A New Flashing Lighthouse, without Intervals of Darkness, 408
  • Light Distribution in a Grating Spectrum, 96
  • Light-Draught Steamer for River Navigation, 54
  • Light Railways, Locomotive, Narrow-Gauge for Indian Military, 846
  • Light Railways and Tramways Exhibition, 23, 1. See 718, 751
  • Light Railways, Transport of Goods Wagons over, 385
  • Lighters, Sea, Trade, 66
  • Lighthouse at l'Ile Vierge, 233
  • Lighthouse Light, A New Flashing, without Intervals of Darkness, 408
  • Lighting at Diisseldorf Exhibition, 771
  • Lighting and Power Schem 3s, Electric, in Parliament, 739
  • Lighting, Train, Electric, in Germany, 480
  • Lightning Arresters, 668
  • Lightning, Damage by, on Midland Railway, 11
  • Lignite at the DUsseldorf Exhibition, 187
  • Limestone Bricks, Artificial, 125
  • Limit Gauges, 263
  • Limitations of Future, 749. See LETTERS, Entropy and Single-Phase Railways
  • Linde, Dr., on Liquid Air. 614
  • Linoleum Calendering Rolls (Gruson Works), 165
  • Liquid Air, 367, 614
  • Liquid through a Capillary Tube, Motion of a Detached Thread of, 528
  • Liquid Fuel Combustion, 287
  • Liquid Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Liquid Fuel for Steamships, 153, 153. See LErmas
  • Liquid Still, A New Type of, 646
  • Literature, 6, 237, 261, 298, 450, 535, 569, 628, 59, 731, 772, 801, 836
  • Litigation or Arbitration ? 149
  • Littoral Drift on the Sea Coast, 238
  • Lloyd's Return of Shipbuilding, 86, 514
  • Lloyd's Return of Shipwrecks, 352, 420, 641, 756
  • Load-Line Question ; The late Benjamin Martell, 5
  • Load-Strain Recorder for Test Specimens, Autographic, 805
  • Local Authorities and Tramways and Lighting, 38
  • Localisation of Industry, 632
  • Locke Steel Chain, 243
  • Locks for Canals, and their Gates, 20, 21, 34, 38
  • Locomotive Acceleration Tests, Steam versus Electric, 683, 667
  • Locomotive Balancing, 585
  • Locomotive Boiler - Feeding with Condensed Exhaust Steam, 649
  • Locomotive -Building in America, 545
  • Locomotive, " Charles Dickens," 283
  • Locomotive, Goods, for the Southern Railway of France, 10, 76
  • Locomotive for Johannesburg, Compound Road, 72
  • Locomotive Mechanical Stokers, 288
  • Locomotive, Metre-Gauge, Mallet System, 139
  • Locomotive, Narrow-Gauge, for Indian States Military Light Railway, 846
  • Locomotive, Six-Wheeled Coupled Passenger, Caledonian Railway, 276
  • Locomotive Tank for French Suburban Traffic, 40
  • Locomotive, Three - Cylinder Four - Wheeled, Midland Railway, 213
  • Locomotives, Balancing, 319, 445
  • Locomotives, Cylindrical Valves for, 155, 174, 193. See Erratu»t, 310
  • Locomotives for Suburban Traffic, Heavy American, 410
  • Locomotion and Roads. See Motor Cars
  • Lodge, Sir Oliver, on Electrons, 752
  • London Bridge, Widening of, 743
  • London, Building Regulations for, 819
  • London County Council Fire Brigade, 645. See LETTER
  • London County Council Technical Education Report, 217
  • London Deep Tunnel Railways, 116, 547, 579, 531, 14. See 751
  • London Deep-Tunnel Railways, Ventilation of, 45
  • London Fire Brigade Appliances, 161
  • London Fire Brigade Reorganisation, 18, 789. See 121, 616, 819
  • London and North - Western Locomotive, "Charles Dickens," 283
  • London and North-Western Railway Points and Signals, Electric, 681
  • London Port Commissioners, 44, 740
  • London Show Ground of the Royal Agricultural Society, 17
  • London Tramways, Electrification of, 431, 495, 98, 773
  • London University, Technical Education, 593. See LETTER, 650
  • Longridge, Captain C. C., on Oil Motor Cars of 902, 525, 554, 588, 603, 621, 701
  • Lorries. See Motor Cars
  • Lozenge-Making Machine 108
  • Lubrication of Motor Cars, 624. See also 525, 54, 588, 603, 701
  • Lubricator Automatic, Sinol System, 355
  • Luminosity and Kinetic Theory, 499
  • Machine Design, Tendency in, 314
  • Machine Construction and Drawing, Teaching, 85. See Education
  • Machine-Testing Laboratory, Manchester School of Technology, 471
  • Machine Tools :
  • American Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, 6
  • Boring Machine, Two-Spindled Horizontal (Ward, Haggas, and Smith, Keighley), 272
  • Chainmaking Machinery, The Locke Steel, 243
  • Channelling Machine, Oilway (Ward, Haggas, and Smith), 10. See Addendum, 56
  • Drill, 3-Ft. Radial (Smith, Limited; Halifax), 9
  • Grinder, The Bath Automatic Universal Combination (American Watch-Tool Company, Waltham, Mass.), 721
  • Grinding Machines and Processes, 1, 99, 166, 34, 295, 365, 463, 505, 526, 597, 659, 767, 83S
  • Grinder, Norton, 505
  • Hu') - Finishing Tools, Motor-Car (Herbert), 08
  • Lathe, Automatic Screw-Cutting (Parkinson, Shipley), 78
  • Lathe, 8-In. Heavy (Ward, Haggas, and Smith, Keighley), 670
  • Lathe, Railway Wheel (Britannia Company, Colchester), 612
  • Lathe, Screw-Cutting, Automatic (Parkinson), 8
  • Norton Grinding Machine, 505
  • Planing Machine, Universal Double (Ward, Birmingham), 46. See Addendum, 88
  • Screw Machine, Magazine (Herbert), 10
  • Shears, The Flying, 302
  • Tool Steel, A New High-Speed, 190
  • Vices, Swivelling (Herbert's), 709
  • Wire - Straightening Machine, Core (de Laval and Chisholm), 45
  • Workshop Practice, 263
  • Machine-Tools at the National Cycle Show, 707
  • Machinery, Agricultural, in China and Siberia, 03
  • Machinery for Cane-Sugar, 853
  • Machinery at the Dusseldorf Exhibition. See Dusseldorf Exhibition
  • Machinery of Naval Ships, 91. See also 5, 51, 1, 90. See LErrEft, 444, and Engineers in the Navy
  • Magazine Screw Machine (Herbert), 10
  • Magnesium Chloride, Corrosion of Boilers by, 482
  • Magnetic Detectors in Wireless Telegraphy, 529
  • Magnetic Observations, Comparing, 629
  • Magnetic Separators for Ore at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 268
  • Magnetic Testing Instrument 405
  • Magnetism. See also Electric
  • Magnetism, Terrestrial, and Minimum SunSpots, 629, 573. See LETTER, 573
  • Malay States, Ordnance Survey of, 352
  • Mallet System, Metre-Gauge Locomotive, 139
  • Management and Rating of Collieries, 450
  • Manchester Municipal School of Technology, 466
  • Manchester Sewage Treatment, 491, 552
  • Manganese at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 306
  • Manganese and Iron, Brazilian, 253
  • Manoeuvres, French Naval, 336, 383, 418
  • Manufacture of Briquettes, 644. See 239, 441
  • Manufacture of Uralite, 221. See Erratum, 217. See LWITISR, 285
  • Manufacturers' Costs and Drawing-Office, 56, 109
  • Manufacturers with Railway Sidings ; Should they l'ay Terminal Charges'? 155
  • Marconi Telegraphy, 317. See Wireless Telegraphy
  • Marine Boilers. See Bjilers and Water-T0e Boilers
  • Marine Engineering. See Engineering and Warships
  • Marine Engines. See Engines
  • Marine Experimental Tank, 752
  • Marine Propellers. See Propellers
  • Marine Shafts. See Skafts
  • Marine Work, Oil Engines for, 183, 777
  • Maritime Association, Japanese, 156
  • Market, Randt, 777
  • Martell, The late Mr. Benjamin, 85
  • Martinique Earthquake, 448. See 564
  • Master and Servant, Law of, 122, 189, 275, 328, 44, 452, 866
  • Material-Testing Apparatus at the Purdue University Laboratory, 28
  • Materials, Testing Laboratory, Manchester School of Technology, 471
  • Mathematics and Phy ales, The Irish School of, 64
  • Mathematics, The Teaching of, 565. See Education
  • McCormick Side-Delivery Reaping Attachment, 2. See Erratum., 147
  • Measurements, Electrical, Experiments for Improving the Construction of Practical Standards for ; B.A. Committee's Report, 52S
  • Measuring the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Simple Apparatus, 96, 809
  • Mechanical Accountant, 165, 840
  • Mechanical Appliances in Mines, 155, 175, 227, 60
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of: 04, 225, 256, 286, 302
  • Boston Meeting :
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 101
  • Standardised System of Testing Steam Engines,
  • Committee's Report, 105
  • Standard Pipe Unions, Committee's Report, %25
  • Specifications for Steel Forgings, Steel Castings, and Steel Boiler Plates, by Mr. W. R. Webster, 225
  • Tests of Steam-Pipe Coverings, by Mr. G. H. Barrus, 256
  • Elevator Safeties, by Mr. C. R. Wright, 253
  • Recent Construction at the Atlantic Arc Station of the Edison Electric Illuminating Company, of Boston, by Messrs. I. E. Moultrop and R. E. Curtis, 257
  • A Swivelling Joint for a 16-In. High Pressure Steam Main, by Mr. R. E. Curtis, 286
  • Gas-Engine Test, by Mr. R. II. Fernald, 286
  • A Method of Determining the Temperature of Exhaust Gases, by Mr. R. H. Fernald, 286
  • Liquid Fuel Combustion, by Mr. C. E. Lucke, 87
  • Mechanical Stokers for Locomotives, by Mr. J. H. Corwin, 288
  • New and Improved Indicator Cock, by Mr. A R. Mansfield, 288
  • Electricity in Cotton Mills, by Mr. W. D. Smith-Wha'ey, 288
  • Some Details of Direct-Connected Generator Sets, by Mr. W. H. Bryan, 288
  • A Graphical Determination of Piston Acceleration, by Mr. J. N. Le Conte, 288
  • Excursions to Fore River Ship and Engine Companies' Yards, 238
  • Steel and Concrete Coal Storage Plant, by Mr. F. M. Bowman, 289
  • Repairing a Broken Cylinder, by Mr. H. M. Lane, 302
  • The Flying Shears, by Mr. V. E. Edwards, 302
  • Cold Working Sheet Metal in Dies, by Mr. J. W. Riggs, 302
  • Proposed Standard for Machine Screw Thread Sizes, by M. C. C. Tyler, 303
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of: Newcastle Meeting : 53, 173, 203
  • Mayoral Reception, 153
  • Liquid Fuel for Steamships, by Mr. Edwin L. Orde, 153, 158
  • Pumping Plant for Condensing Water, by Mr. Charles Hopkinson, 141, 153
  • Newcastle and District Eleotric Lighting Company's Power Stations, by Mr. W. D. Hunter, 153, 161. See 179
  • The Electric Supply Power Station at Neptune Bank, Newcastle-on-Tyne, by Mr. W. B. Woodhouse, 142, 153, 176. See LETTERS, 179, 88
  • Visit to Elswick Works, 154
  • The Institution Dinner, 155
  • Some Experiments on Steam Engine Economy, by Professor R. L. Weighton, 155, 173, 197.
  • See LErms, 255, 285
  • The Application of Cylindrical Steam-Distri. huting Valves for Locomotives, by Mr. W. M. Smith, 155, 174, 193. See Erratum, 310
  • On Mechanical Appliances in Coal Mines (CoalCutting and Drilling), by Mr. R. H. Wainford, 155, 175, 227, 260
  • Telegram from the King, 175
  • Concluding Proceedings, 176
  • Excursions, 176
  • The Tyne North Pier Reconstruction, 133, 176
  • Palmer's Shipyard and Engine Works, 176
  • Electro-Pneumatic Signals and Coal Staithes, 76
  • Tyne Commissioners' Coal Staithes, 176
  • Smith's Dock on the Tyne, 176
  • Pontoon Docks on the Tyne, 176
  • Works at Wallsend, 169,177, 693
  • C. S. Swan and Hunter's Shipbuilding Works, 69, 177. See Erratum, 223
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company's Works, 177, 695
  • Conversazione at Jesmond Dene, 177
  • Visit to Sunderland, 177
  • Roca Harbour Works, 177
  • Sunderland Docks, 177
  • Wear Harbour Works, 177
  • Engine Works and Shipyards on the Wear, 177
  • North Sand Works (Messrs. J. L. Thompson and Sons), 177
  • Palmer's-Hill Engine Works (Messrs. J. Dickinson and Sons), 178
  • Deptford Yard, Sunderland (Messrs. J. Laing and Sons), 178
  • Pallion Shipyard (Messrs. W. Doxford and Sons), 178
  • Southwick Engine Works (Messrs. George Clark, Limited), 178
  • Hylton Colliery, 178
  • Dinner at Sunderland, 178
  • Newburn Steel Works (Messrs. John Spencer and Sons), 134, 202
  • Newcastle and Gateshead Water Works, 202
  • The Hartlepools, 203
  • South Durham Steel and Iron Works, 203
  • Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool (Sir W. Gray and Co.), 203
  • Hartlepool Engine Works (Messrs. Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co.), 203
  • Hartlepool Shipyard (Messrs. W. Gray and Co.), 203
  • Furness, Withy, and Co. Shipyard, 203
  • Irvine's Shipyard and Dry Dock, 204
  • Bamborough Castle, 204
  • Chillingham Castle, 204
  • Cragside, 204
  • London Meetings: 603, 701, 853
  • Oil Motor Cars of 1902, by Captain C. C. Longridge, 525, 554, 588, 603, 624, 701
  • Recent Practice in the Design, Construction, and Operation of Raw Cane-Sugar Factories in the Hawaiian Islands, by Mr. J. N. S.
  • Williams, 853
  • The late Sir Frederick Abel, 525. See 353
  • The late Mr. Samuel Platt, 525. See 353
  • The late Sir William Roberts-Austen, 853. See 17
  • Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Simple Apparatus for Measuring, 93, 809
  • Mechanical Filtration of Water Supplies; 23
  • Mechanical Stoker for Locomotives, 288
  • Mechanical Tabulation, 165, 840
  • Mechanical Traction for Military Purposes, 514, 43, 573
  • Medway and Thames Canal, 515
  • Meijer's Oil-Fuel Arrangement for Steamers, 777
  • Merryweather's Fire, Tug, and Police Boat for the Mexican Government, 536
  • Merryweather's Horsed Fire Escape and Combined Hose Tender, 75
  • Merryweather's Motor Fire Engine, 25
  • Messageries Maritimes, 10
  • Messenger's Furnace Deformation Indicator, 312
  • Metal, Anti-Friction, Wanted, 649, 821
  • Metal Price Diagrams, 21, 190, 320, 454, 620, 756, 58
  • Metal Test Specimens, Autographic LoadStrain for, 805
  • Metal-Working Machinery. See Machine Tools
  • Metallic Art Objects, 135
  • Metallurgical Industries Section at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 119, 135, 186, 239, 265, 305, 33, 399, 482, 501, 533
  • Metallurgical Industry in the States and Canada, 11, 649, 617, 650
  • Metallurgical Mining and Treatment Machinery at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 138, 186, 239
  • Metals, Effect of Gases on, 601
  • Metals in Foods, Electrolytic Determination of Traces of, and Organic Residue, 615
  • Metals. See Steel, Iron, Tin, Copper, Aluminium., Alloys
  • Meteorological Society, Royal:
  • English Climatology, 1381-1900, by Mr. F. Campbell Bayard, 673
  • The Rainfall of Dominica, by Mr. C. V. Bellamy, 73
  • Climate of Cyprus, by Mr. C. V. Bellamy, 821
  • The Eclipse Cyclone of 1901, by Mr. H. H. Clayton, 821
  • Meteorology, 529
  • Meteorology, Radiation in, 532
  • Meteorology, Temperature of the Higher Atmosphere, 805
  • Meter, Water, Planimeter for Evaluating Quantities, 742
  • Metre-Gauge Locomotive, Mallet System, 139
  • Metropolitan Deep-Tunnel Railways, 116, 547, 79, 714. See 751
  • Metropolitan. See also London
  • Mexican Boundary Survey, 253
  • Mexican Government, Fire, Tug, and Police Boat for (Merryweather), 536
  • Micro-Organisms, Effect of Cold on, 367
  • Micro-Photograph of Igneous Rock, 300
  • Micro-Structure and Overheating of Steel, 332, 57, 392
  • Microscopic Effects of Stress on Plantinum, 127. See Erratum., 190
  • Middlesbrough Electricity Works, 300-Kilowatt Triple-Expansion Engine and Dynamo, 347
  • Midland Electric Power Distribution, 201
  • Midland Electric Power Station, 629
  • Midland Railway, Damage by Lightning to, 11
  • Midland Railway Four-Wheeled Coupled ThreeCylinder Locomotive, 213
  • Midland Railway, History of, 836
  • Military Light Railways, Indian, Locomotive, Narrow-Gauge, for, 846
  • Military Motor Wagons, 573
  • Military Purposes, Mechanical Traction for, 26, 14, 543, 573
  • Milk Separator at the Agricultural Show, 44
  • Milling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Mills, Electricity in Cotton, 288
  • Mills, Rolling, in Germany, 326
  • Mills537 , Rolling, Universal (Duisburger Company), Mine-Draining Pumps, 57, 108. See also Pumps
  • Mine Pump, Double-Acting High-Speed, Hoerbiger-Rogler System, 245
  • Mine, What is an Open ? 23
  • Mine Winding-Engine, Conical Drum, 607
  • Mine Winding-Engine, Electrically-Driven, 12, 38
  • Mines, Management and Rating of, 450
  • Mineral Resources of Japan, 318
  • Miners' Idle-Day Case, 219
  • Miners' Safety Lamps at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 186, 239
  • Mining Air - Compressor (Schiichtermann and Kremer), 776
  • Mining, Coal-, in Pennsylvania, 264
  • Mining Economies, 544
  • Mining Electric - Power Station, Comstock, Nevada, 532
  • Mining Engineers, America,' Institute of:
  • Philadelphia Meeting, 38, 69
  • Puddled Iron and Mechanical Means for its
  • Production, by Mr. James P. Roe, 38
  • The Use of Ordinary Cameras in Accurate Photographic Surveying, by Mr. Howard W. Du Bois, 38
  • The Cement Industry, by Mr. R. L. Humphrey, 39
  • The Development of the Bessemer Process of Small Charges, by Mr. B. Stoughton, 70
  • Steel Rails, Relation between Structure and Durability, by Mr. Robert Job, 70
  • Specifications for Steel Forgings and Castings, by Mr. W. R. Webster, 70
  • Some Principles Controlling the Deposition of Hydro-Carbons, by Mr. George I. Adams, 71
  • Gold-Mining iu McDuffie County, Georgia, by Mr. W. H. Fluker, 71
  • Mineral Crest, or the Hydrostatic Level Attained by the Ore-Depositing Solutions in Certain Mining Districts in. Great Salt Lake Basin, by Mr. Walter P. Jenney, 71
  • Mining Exhibits at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 38, 186, 239
  • Mining, Mechanical Appliances in Coal-, 155, 175, 27, 260
  • Mining Pumps, Electrically-Driven Centrifugal, in Spain, 72, 188
  • Mining Pumps, Klein Double-Acting HighSpeed, 670
  • Miscellanea, 16, 56, 88, 113, 147, 189, 215, 217, 77, 307, 345, 388, 421, 454, 477, 518, 541, 577, 11, 611, 675, 711, 747, 781, 813, 849
  • Moberley, The late Mr. C. H., 353
  • "Mode," Swedish Torpedo - Boat Destroyer (Yarrow), 375
  • Model Experimental Tank, Shipbuilding, 762
  • Mont Pelde Earthquake, 448
  • Moon, Possible Changes in the, 532
  • Moriarty Submarine Boat, 313, 733
  • Morison's Open-Fronted Mortar-Box, 145
  • Mortar-Box, MorisDn's Open-Fronted, 145
  • Mortier Diametrical Fans, 732. See 627
  • Morton, The late Mr. Henry, 75
  • Mosaics at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 400
  • Motion, Continuous, from Vibrations, 528
  • Motion through the Ether, Does it Cause Double Refraction ? 497
  • Motions, Relative Apparent, of Bright and Faint Stars, 531
  • Motor-Car Ball-Bearings, 834
  • Motor-Car Details, 455
  • Motor Car Driven from Trolley Wire, 621
  • Motor Car of the Future, Reliability of, 420
  • Motor-Car Hubs, Tools for (Herbert), 708
  • Motor Car for Railway Inspection, 720
  • Motor Cars in Japan, 352
  • Motor Cars, Military, 26, 514, 543, 573
  • Motor Cars, Oil, 525, 554, 588, 603, 624, 701
  • Motor Cars, Road Resistance to, 371, 456
  • Motor Fire Engine (Merryweather), 25
  • Motor, Petrol, Agricultural, 787
  • Motor Traction and Roads, 655
  • Motors of Motor Cars, 592. See also 525, 534, 88, 603, 626, 701
  • Motors. See also Electric
  • Motors, Tramway-Car, 773. See also 431, 495, 698
  • Mudhole Covers, Failure of, 27
  • Municipal Authorities and Tramway Legislation, 252, 295'
  • Municipal School of Technology, Manchester, 466
  • Municipal Telephones, Tunbridge Wells, 815
  • Municipal Trading, 390, 663, 815. See also Legal
  • Municipal Trading and Tramways and Electric Lighting, 738
  • Municipal Trading, Public Authorities' Protection Act, 184
  • Municipal Tramway Accounts (Glasgow), 183
  • Municipal Tramways and the Law, 118
  • Name, Property in a, 481
  • National Cycle Show, Machine Tools at, 707
  • National Physical Laboratory, 451, 819
  • Nature's Supplies and Forces in their Relation to Engineering, 622, 654, 686
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, and a Marine Experimental Tank, 752
  • Naval Defence, The Colonies and, 613
  • Naval Efficiency and Gunnery, 777. See Erratum, 13. See also Navy
  • Naval Engineer, 581, 750, 857
  • Naval Engineers and Officers, 785, 857
  • Naval Engineers' Question, 109, 115, 280, 319, 86, 444, 548, 572, 581, 618, 647, 632, 750, 751, 85, 820, 857
  • Naval Engineering in the United States, 67
  • Naval Engines, Balancing, 59
  • Naval Guns. See Gun.
  • Naval Machinery. See Engines and Warships
  • Naval Machinery, 91. See also 51, 54, 81, 90. LErrER, 444, and " Engineers in the Navy "
  • Naval Manceuvres, French, 336, 383, 418
  • Naval Officials and Coronation Honours, 23
  • Naval Programme, French, 713
  • Naval Ships. See Warships
  • Naval Tactics and Submarines, 616
  • Naval Training Ship, 819

Navigation on Congress at Dusseldorf International :

  • Overcoming Great Heights by Canals, 20, 38
  • Lock Gates and their Materials, 21, 34
  • Shipping Tolls, 35
  • Depreciation of Coal through Transport by Water, 65, 94
  • Sea Lighter Trade, 66
  • Dock Installations, 66
  • Dredging Estuaries, 67
  • Resistance to Ships' Motion in Water, 67
  • Electric Towage on Canals, 100
  • Excur.yioa,:
  • Krupp's Works, 101
  • Bremen Harbour, 101
  • Bremerhaven, 101
  • Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, 101
  • Kiel Shipbuilding Works, 102
  • Germania Works, 102
  • Howa!dt Works, 102
  • Hamburg, 103
  • Navy Boiler Repairs, 645
  • Navy Boilers, 444
  • Navy Boilers, Report of Committee on, 54, 81, 90. See also 51. See Lzrrita, 444 ; and " Engineers in the Navy."
  • Navy Engineers, 115, 280. See Naval Engineers. See LErrints
  • Navy, Increase of Japanese, 617
  • Navy, Reorganisation of the Personnel, 857
  • Navy. See also Nava/ and Warships
  • Navy and Technical Education, 5S1
  • Navy, Undermanning. See Naval Engineers
  • Navy, Water-Tube Boilers. See Water-Tithe Boilers
  • Nebula Surrounding Nova Persei, 531
  • Neptune Bank Electric Station, Newcastle-onTyne, 142, 153, 1.76, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • Neptunean Planet, Forbes's Extra, 532
  • Nernst Lamps in Vacuo, 485
  • New Orleans Drainage, 103
  • New South Wales, Railway Economics, 811
  • New York, Central and Hudson River Railroad Locomotives for Suburban Traffic, 410
  • New York, Important Railway Work, 451
  • Newburn Steel Works (Messrs. John Spencer and Sons), 134, 202
  • Newcastle and District Electric Lighting Company's Power Station, 153, 161. See 179.
  • Newoaatl!. Electric Power Station, 142, 153, 161, 76, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • Newcastle and Gateshead Water Works, 202
  • Nickel Steel for Motor Cars, 626
  • Nile Dam, 783
  • Nitro-Cellulose and other Powders at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 482
  • Non-Conducting Coverings, Tests of, 256
  • Normand, Mr. J. A., on the Strength of HighSpeed Vessels, 354
  • North Eastern Railway, Coal Wagon for, Tests of, 811
  • North Eastern Railway Electrification, 218
  • North-Eastern Railway Locomotives, Cylindrical Valves for, 155, 174, 193. See Erratum, 310
  • North German Lloyd, T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 204, 269, 339. See LETTER, Shipbuilding Berths, 249, 320
  • North, Notes from the, 14, 46, 87, 112, 146, 18'1, 14, 246, 276, 310, 344, 378, 412, 462, 476, 508, 99, 576, 610, 640, 674, 710, 746, 788, 812, 848
  • North Sand Works, Sunderland (Thompson and Sons), 177
  • Northern Railway of France, Tank Locomotive for Suburban Traffic, 340
  • Norton Grinding Machine, 505
  • Notes. See Cleveland,Japan,,North, South-West, South Yorkshire, and United Stales.
  • Nova Persei, Nebula Surrounding, 531
  • "Novik," Russian Cruiser, 649
  • Nunan's Fire-Hose Coupling, 487
  • Oban and Callander Railway Locomotive, 275

Obituary :

  • Object-Lesson in Municipal Trading, 815
  • Observatories, The Best Location for, 532
  • Observatory, Ben Nevis, British Association
  • Committee's Report on, 565
  • Observatory, the Yerkes, Celestial Photographs from, 531
  • Ocean Currents, 436
  • Ocean Liners, Modern, 249. See 204
  • Oechelhaueser Gas Engine, 370, 375, 426, 458, 520
  • Office and the Shops, 447
  • Oil Engines for Marine Work, 188, 777
  • Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil, and Motor Cars
  • Oil Fuel Combustion, 287
  • Oil Fuel for Steamships, 153, 158. See LETTERS
  • Oil and Grease Separator, Fletcher's, 355
  • Oil and Grease Separator, Shelby's, 123
  • Oil Motor Cars of 1902, 525, 554, 588, 603, 624, 701
  • Oil Vis2ocity Meters, at the Reichsanstalt, 561
  • Oils at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 138
  • Oilway Channelling Machine (Ward, Haggas, and Smith), 10. See Addendum, 56
  • Old Engine of 1767, Survival of, 486
  • Old Inventions and Patents, 422, 445
  • Open Mine, What is an ? 23
  • Optical Department at the Reichsanstalt, 561
  • Optical Phenomena, How to Apply the Resolution of Light into Uniform Undulations of Flat Wavelets to the Investigation of, 5t,0
  • Optical Pyrometer at the Reichsanstalt, 561
  • Orde, Mr. E. L., on Oil Fuel, 153, 168. See LETTER, 777
  • Ordnance. See Guns
  • Ordnance and Rifles, Mr. Petavel's Recording Gauge as Applied to, 528
  • Ordnance Survey of the Malay States, 352
  • Ore Dressing and Magnetic Separators at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 268
  • Ores, Electric Concentration of Iron, 484
  • Origin of Coal, 416
  • Osaka Exhibition, 863
  • Oscillations, Hertzian, Receiver for, 529, 583
  • Overheating of Steel, 332, 357, 392
  • Owen's Curve-Tracing Instrument, 741
  • Ozone, Purification of Water by, 420
  • Pacific Coast Power Plant, 272
  • Pacific Railway Bridge 537, 607
  • Packing, Downie's High-Pressure, 685
  • Pallion Shipyard, Sunderland (Messrs. W. Loxford and Sons), 178
  • Palmer's Hill Engine Works, Sunderland (Messrs. J. Dickinson and Sons), 178
  • Palmer's Shipyard and Engine Works, 176
  • Panama Canal, 3
  • Papers by the late John Hopkinson, Original, 6
  • Parallel Plumb Line, 11
  • Parliament, Railway Schemes in, 714, 718, 751. See 738
  • Parsons' Steam Turbines, 370. See also 375
  • Parsons' Turbine Alternator, 1500-Kilowatt, 179. See 142, 153, 161, 176, 188
  • Parsons' Turbine versus Steam Engine, Steam Consumption, 142, 153, 176, 179. See LETTERS, 83
  • Particles, Metal, Electrical Resonance of, for Light Waves, 96
  • Patent Law, Canadian, and Foreign Patents, 384
  • Patent Law, The New, 79, 851
  • Patent Record, 31, 63, 97, 181, 199, 200, 231, 293, 29, 397, 461, 493, 624, 659, 595, 657, 693, 729, 65, 831, 867
  • Patents, International Convention Relating to, 41, 549
  • Patents and Old Inventions, 42 !, 445
  • Peat as a Substitute for Coal, 547. See 655
  • Pelzer Fan, 797. See also 627, 732
  • Pennsylvania Coal-Mining, 264
  • Pensions and Municipal Trading, 390, 663
  • Pensions, Old Age, 347
  • Permanent Show Ground of the Royal Agricultural Society, 17
  • Perrine, Dr. F. A. C., on Power Plants on the
  • Pacific Coast, 272
  • Perry, Professor, on Education, 370, 381, 395, 27 See 381
  • Perry, Professor, on Slide Rule, 808
  • Personnel of the British Navy. See Navy and Naval Engineers
  • Petavel, J. E., and Hutton, R. S., on High Temperature Electro-Chemistry, Notes on Experimental and Technical Electric Furnaces, 24
  • Petavel's Recording Gauge for Rifles, &c., 628
  • Petrol Agricultural Motor, 787
  • Petrol-Driven Railway Inspection Car, 720
  • Petrol Motor Cars, 626, 654, 588, 603, 624, 701
  • Petrol. See Oil, and Engines, Oil, and Motor Car
  • Petroleum. See Oil, and Engines, Oil
  • Petry-Dereux Water-Tube Boiler, 633
  • Philosophical Society of Glasgow, Centenary, 616
  • Phoenix Powder at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 481
  • Phosphorescent and Fluorescent Diamonds, 603
  • Photo-Copying, 673
  • Photograph of Cross-Sections of Hollow Pencils Formed by Oblique Transmission Through an Annulus of a Lens, 620
  • Photographic Surveying, 38
  • Physical and Chemical Papers of the British Association, 464, 497, 527
  • Physical Laboratory, National, 819

Physical Society :

  • Three-Circle Goniometer, by Mr. G. F. Herbert Smith, 95
  • On the Heat Evolved or Absorbed when a Liquid is Brought in Contact with a Finely Divided Solid, by Mr. G. J. Parks, 95
  • On a Remarkable Case of Uneven Distribution of Light on a Diffraction Grating Spectrum, by Professor R. W. Wood, 96
  • On the Electrical Resonance of Metal Particles for Light Waves, by Prof. R. W. Wood, 96
  • Simple Apparatus for Measuring the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, by Professor H. L. Callendar, 96, 809
  • On the Existence of the Relationship Between the Spectra of Some Elements and the Squares of their Atomic Weights, by Dr. W. M. Watts, 620
  • The Size of Atoms, by Mr. H. V. Ridout, 620
  • Vacuum Calorimeters, by Professor H. L. Callendar, 620
  • Photograph of Cross-Sections of Hollow Pencils Formed by Oblique Transmission Through an Annulus of a Lens, by Miss A. Everett, 20
  • The Theory of the Aluminium Anode, by Mr. W. W. Taylor and Mr. J. K. H. Inglis, 758
  • A Determination of the Ratio of the Specific Ileats at Constant Pressure and at Constant Volume for Air and Steam, by Mr. Mackower, 758
  • A Slide Rule for Powers of Numbers, by Professor Perry, 808
  • Lecture Experiment for the Determination of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, by Professor H. L. Callendar, 96, 809
  • Physics Laboratory, Manchester School of Technology, 471
  • Piecework versus Premium System, 447
  • Piedboeuf Boiler and Superheater (German), 707
  • Pier Reconstruction, Tyne North, 133, 176
  • Pier Schemes in Parliament, 740
  • Pig-Iron Breaking Machine, 549
  • Pig Iron, Classification of Russian Coke, 86
  • Pig Iron Manufacture in Germany, 324, 332, 360, 25. See also Iron.
  • Pig Iron Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Pipe Covering, Tests of Steam, 256
  • Pipe, Fracture of Thirlmere Aqueduct, 550
  • Pipe Joints, Standard, 225
  • Pipes, Cement, Kielberg Machine for Making, 43
  • Pipes, Copper, Corrosion by Sea Water, 602
  • Pipes of Varying Sections, Water Flow in, 664
  • Piscicelli Taeggi's Electric Post, 419. See Erratum, 60
  • Piston Acceleration, Determination of, 238
  • Piston Packing, Downie's High-Pressure, 685
  • Piston Valves for Locomotives, 155, 174, 193. See Erratum, 310
  • Pitch of Minute Closed Pipes, 528
  • Planet, Neptunean, Forbes's Extra, 532
  • Planimeter for Evaluating Quantities of Water, Bryan, 742
  • Planing Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Plans, Fees for Consulting Engineers', 82
  • Plates, Boiler, Forging's. and Castings, Standard Specifications for Steel, 225
  • Platinum, Scarcity of, 152
  • Platinum at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 120
  • Platinum, Stress Effects on, Microscopic Views, 27. See Erratum, 190
  • Platt, The late Mr. S. R. 353. See also 525
  • Plumb-Lines, Parallel, 11
  • Pneumatic Plant for Carpet, &c., Cleaning, 187
  • Pneumatic Signals and Coal Staithes, Electro-, 76
  • Police Boat and Fire Tug for the Mexican Government (Merryweather);536
  • Polyphase Alternators. See Electric
  • Polytechnic Society, Royal, Cornwall, 324
  • Pontoon Docks, 66
  • Pontoon Docks on the Tyne, 176
  • Port of London, New Commission, 49, 740
  • Portable Dwellings at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 00
  • Portable Electric Generating Plant, 180
  • Portable Engines. See Engines
  • Porter, Hon. R. P., on Municipal Trading, 390, 663
  • Post-Office, Japanese, 253
  • Post, Piscicelli Taeggi's Electric, 419. See Erratum., 460
  • Potato Harvester at the Royal Show, 42
  • Potential, Voltaic, The Relation of, to Temperature, 498
  • Powders at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 482
  • Powell Duffyrn Colliery, Air-Compressor, 647
  • Power Distribution, Midland Electric, 201
  • Power Distribution, Yorkshire, 64, 65
  • Power Gas. See Engines, Gas, and BlastFurnace Gas
  • Power in Ireland. Water, 404, 430
  • Power in Iron and Steel Works, 333, 488
  • Power and Lighting Schemes, Electric, in Parliament, 739
  • Power Plant at Niagara Falls, 637 See LETTERS
  • Power Plant. See also Electric
  • Power Plants on the Pacific Coast, 272
  • Power Required and Cost for Steam and Electric Railway Trains, 667
  • Power Scheme, Yorkshire, Electric, 54, 65
  • Power Station at Comstock Mines, Nevada, 532
  • Power Station at the Dfisseldorf Exhibition, 768
  • Power Station, Midland Electric, 201, 629
  • Power Station at Neptune Bank, Newcastle-onTyne, 142, 153, 176, 179. See LErrERs, 188
  • Power Station, Newcastle and District Electric Lighting Company's, 153, 161. See 179
  • Power, Water and Electric in Switzerland, 840
  • Preece, Sir William H., on the Science of Business, 677. See LF.rrEits
  • Premier Gas Engine, 370, 375, 426, 458, 52)
  • Premium System of Paying Labour, 447
  • Preservation of Steel in Buildings, 682
  • Press, Hydraulic, for Commutators, 75
  • Press, Hydraulic, Huber System (Gruson Works), 65
  • Presses, Hydraulic, for Steel Ingots, 726, 758, 792
  • Pressure - Recording Gauge, Mr. Petavel's, as Applied to Ordnance and Rifles, 528
  • Prevention of Dew on Lenses of Lanterns, 500
  • Prevention of Smoke, 433
  • Prime Movers and their Ailments, 511
  • Printed Books, History of, 801
  • Producer Gas, Dawson, Uralite Works, 221, See Erratum, 247. See LETTER, 286
  • Producer Gas at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 265
  • Producer Gas for Engines, 370, 376, 426, 458, 520, 44
  • Producer Gas Motors. See Engines, Gas
  • Production, Economics of, 415
  • Professional Etiquette, 647
  • Profit-Sharing, 85
  • Progress of Electrical Industry in America, 382
  • Progress, Industrial, and Chemical Training, 512
  • Progress of Locomotive Building in America, 546
  • Projectiles and Naval Efficiency, 777. See Erratum, 813
  • Property in a Name, 481
  • Proprietors, Riparian, Rights of (Compensation Water Supply), 817
  • Protection, Boiler, Zinc Plates for, 560
  • Protection of the Coast, 238
  • Public Authorities' Protection Act, 1893, ]84
  • Public Health Act, Practical Guide to, 628
  • Puddled Iron and Means for its Production, 38
  • Pump, Double-Acting High-Speed Mine, Hoerbiger-Rogler System, 245
  • Pump Dredgers, 290
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Electrically - Driven, in Spanish Mines, 72, 188
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Flow Through, 762
  • Pumps, Hydraulically-Balanced Ashley, 320, 387
  • Pumps, Mine-Draining, 57, 108
  • Pumps, for New Orleans Drainage, 103
  • Pumps, Double-Acting High-Speed Mining, 670
  • Pumping Plant for Condensing Water, 141, 153
  • Purdue University Laboratory, New Apparatus for Testing Material, 28
  • Purification of Salford Sewage, 253. See LETTER, 86
  • Purification of Sewage, 865
  • Purification of Water by Ozone, 420
  • Purifying Feed Water, 210. See LErrEtts
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Quartz-Crushing, Morison's Mortar-Box, 145
  • Queen Alexandra," Turbine Steamer, 375. See 70
  • Quick-Firing Guns. See Guns
  • Quicksilver. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Radiant Energy, The Application of the Method of Entropy to, 498
  • Radiation and Absorption, Some Experiments on, 500
  • Radiation, New Bolometer for Recording the Total Daily Solar, 532
  • Radiators, Electric, 681
  • Radio-Activity and Becquerel Rays, 565
  • Rail-Joints, Schuler, 687
  • Railroad War in the United States, 281
  • Rails, Heavy, Strength and Durability of, 514
  • Rails, Relation Between Strength and Durability, 70
  • Rails, Steel. See Microstructure
  • Rails, Strength of, 653, 687, 724. See LErrERs, Steel Rails, tt.c.
  • Railway Bridge, Costa Rica, 537, 607
  • Railway Bridge, Rupnarayan, India, 822
  • Railway Carriage Works (Laycock's), 449
  • Railway, Chicago Terminal, Scherzer Rolling Lift-Bridge, 670, 757, 807
  • Railway Coal Wagon, 40-Ton, 811
  • Railway Companies and Tramway Legislation, 52, 295
  • Railway Construction in Britain, 322
  • Railway Economics of New South Wales, 841
  • Railway Electric Problem, 666
  • Railway Express, An All-Stations, 404
  • Railway Express Traffic and the Customs, 318
  • Railway Inspection Cars, Petrol-Driven, 720
  • Railway Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Railway, Midland, History of, 836
  • Railway Motors, Heating of, 667
  • Railway, North-Eastern, Electrification of, 218
  • Railway Points and Signals, 681
  • Railway Rolling Stock Ball-Bearings, 834
  • Railway Rolling Stock. See Carriages, Wagons, and Locomotives
  • Railway Schemes in Parliament, 714, 718, 751. See 738
  • Railway Sidings, Should Manufacturers with, Pay Terminal Charges? 155
  • Railway Statistics, 799
  • Railway System, A Single-Phase, 667, 776
  • Railway versus Trade, 618
  • Railway Traffic, Suburban Electric, 683, 667
  • Railway Trains. See Trains
  • Railway Trains, Power and Cost of Steam versus Electric, 583, 667
  • Railway, Underground, at Stassfurt, 584
  • Railway Wagons, Transport over Narrow-Gauge Tramways, 385
  • Railway Wheel Lathe (Britannia Company, Colchester), 612
  • Railway Work in Formosa, 350
  • Railway Work in New York, 451
  • Railways, British, 582
  • Railways, Cape Government, 361
  • Railways, Deep-Tunnel, 116, 547, 579, 714. See 51
  • Railways, Electric. See also Electric
  • Railways, Electric, Single-Phase, 776
  • Railways, Electric of Washington, 440
  • Railways, Electro-Pneumatic Signals and Coal Staithes for, 176
  • Railways in India, 822
  • Railways, Light, and Tramways Exhibition, 23, 1
  • Railways and Trade, Ceylon, 617
  • Railways and Trade, Indian, 118
  • Rainfall of Dominica, 673
  • Rainfall in Ireland, 404
  • Randt Market, 777
  • Range-Finder, An Infantry, 436
  • Rank of Naval Engineers. See Naval Engineers' Question
  • Rapid Building, 649
  • Rapier's Coaling Crane, 412
  • Rateau Fan, 628
  • Rather Company's Boiler and Superheater (German), 707
  • Rating and Management of Collieries, 450
  • Ratio of Specific Heats of Air and Steam at Constant Pressure and Volume, 758
  • Reaping Attachment, McCormick Side•Delivery, 2. See Erratum, 147
  • Receiver for Hertzian Oscillations, 529, 583
  • Receiver, Reheating, Economical Effect of, 155, 73, 197. See LETTERS, 255, 285
  • Recorder, Load•Strain, Autographic, 805
  • Refraction, Does Motion through the Ether Cause Double 't 497
  • Refrigerators, Waste Heat, Ammonia, at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 306
  • Reichsanstalt Work in 1901, 561
  • Reliability Tests of Motor Cars, 420
  • Rendel, The late Mr. Hamilton Owen, 411
  • Repairs of Navy Boilers, 645
  • Repairs to United States versus British Tramway Engines, Cost of, 250, 348. See LETTEas
  • Report of the Committee on Naval Boilers, 54, 1, 90. See also 51. See LETTERS, 444, and Engineers in the Navy
  • Repudiation of a Contract, 86
  • Research Work at the Reichsanstalt in 1901, 561
  • Reservoir, Aswan, Nile, 783
  • Resistance of Road Vehicles to Traction, 371, 456
  • Resistance to Ships' Motion in Water, 67
  • Resonance, Electrical, of Metal Particles for Light Waves, 96
  • Reversing Steam Turbines, 819
  • Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Hartlepool Engine Works, 203
  • Rifles and Ordnance, Mr. Petavel's Recording Gauge as Applied to, 528
  • Rights of Riparian Proprietors (Compensation Water Supply), 817
  • Rio Grande Bridge, Costa Rica, 537, 607
  • Riparian Proprietors, Rights of (Compensation Water Supply), 817
  • River Navigation, Light-Draught Steamer for (Yarrow), 254
  • Rivers and Canals, Resistance to Ships' Motion, 7
  • Rivers, Mr. E. G., on First-Aid Fire Extinguishing Appliances, 121. See LETTERS
  • Road-Cars with Overhead Electric Trolleys, without Rails, 621
  • Road Locomotive, Compound, for Johannesburg, 672
  • Road Locomotion. See Motor Cars
  • Road Vehicles, Res!stance of, to Traction, 341, 456
  • Roads, The Action of Sledges on, 401
  • Roberts-Austen, The late Sir W. C., 717. See 53
  • Robinson, The late Mr. John, 83
  • Robinson's Shaft Governor, 791
  • Roburite at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 483
  • Rock-Drills for Coal-Mining, 155, 175, 227, 260
  • Rock and Iron, Adhesion of Concrete to, 422, 45
  • Rocks, Igneous, Crystalline Structure of, 300
  • Roller Bearings, Kynoch's, 211
  • Rolling Lift-Bridge (Scherzer), 670, 757, 807
  • Rolling Mills in Germany, 326
  • Rolling Mills, Universal (Duisburger Company), 37
  • Rolling Stock. See Carriages, Wagons, and Locomotives
  • Rolls, Linoleum Calendering, 165
  • Rope versus Belt-Driven Electric Cranes. See Electric Cranes
  • Rotary Kiln for Cement-Burning, 50, 79
  • Rotary Steam Engine, Hult, 506
  • Rottweil Powders at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 82
  • Rowan's Premium System of Wage, 447
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteorological Society
  • Rubber at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 401
  • Rupnarayan Bridge, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 822
  • Russian Coke Pig Iron, Classification of, 86
  • Russian Cruiser ' Novik," 649
  • Russian or Foreign Coal in St. Petersburg, 121
  • Russian Iron Foundry, 860
  • Rusting of Steel in Buildings, 682
  • Saccharimeter Test at the Reichsanstalt, 563
  • Safeties, Elevator, 256
  • Safety Lamps, Miners', at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 186, 239
  • Safety Valves, Cockburn's Double, 487
  • Saint. See St.
  • Salford Sewage Purification, 253, 865. See LETTER, 85
  • Salvage and Safety Lamps at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 186, 239

Sanitary Institute : 51, 363

  • Congress at Manchester, 351, 363
  • Exhibits, 351
  • Smoke Abatement, by Mr. W. N. Shaw, 363
  • Dust, by Sir J. Crichton-Brown, 363
  • Sewer Ventilation, by Councillor W. F. Dearden and Mr. A. M. Fowler, 363
  • Sewer-Scouring Device, by Mr. J. Corbett, 364
  • Salford Sewage Works, by Mr. J. Corbett, 865
  • Scarcity of Platinum, 162
  • Scherzer Rolling Lift-Bridge at Chicago, 670, 757, 07
  • Scholarships, Whitworth, 449. See LETTER, 486
  • School of Technology, Manchester, 466
  • Schuler Rail-Joint, 587
  • Schulz Water-Tube Boiler, 166
  • Science of Business, 677. See LETTER
  • Science and Practice, 217
  • Science of the Workshop, 394, 408
  • Scouring Device, Sewers, 364
  • Scouts for the British Navy, 25-Knot, 616
  • Screw-Cutting Lathc-. See Machine Tools
  • Screw-Gauges, Small, British Association Committee's Report, 433
  • Screw-Machine, Magazine (Herbert), 10
  • Screw-Thread Sizes, Standard for, 303
  • Sea-Going Barges, 66
  • Seamen's Training Ships, 819
  • Sea-Water, the Amount of Carbonic Anhydride Absorbed from, by Air, 602
  • Segregation Effect on the Strength of Steel Rails, 653, 687, 724. See LErrigas
  • Seismological, British Association Committee's Report on Earthquakes, 564. See 448
  • Selby-Bigge, Mr. D., on Electric Power in Iron and Steel Industries, 333, 488
  • Self-Propelled Vehicles at Aldershot, 573. See Motor Cars, Military
  • Separator, Milk, at the Agricultural Show, 44
  • Separator, Oil and Grease, Fletcher's, 355
  • Separator, Oil and Grease, Shelby's, 123
  • Separator, Water, for Liquid Fuel, 163, 158.
  • See LEVrERs, 777
  • Ser Fan, 732. See 627
  • Servant and Master, Law of, 122, 189, 275, 328, 44, 452, 866
  • Sewage, Purification by Alga, 602
  • Sewage, Purification of Salford, 253, 865. See LETTER, 285
  • Sewage, Treatment of Manchester, 491, 552
  • Sewage Works, Salford, 253, 285, X65
  • Sewer-Scouring Device, 364
  • Sewer Ventilation, 363
  • Shaft Ball-Bearings, 835
  • Shaft Governor, Robinson's, 791
  • Shaft-Sinking Equipment, 43
  • Shears, Flying, 302
  • Sheet-Metal Die-Stamping, 302
  • Sheffield, Boiler Explosion near, 226
  • Sheffield, Notes from. See South Yorkshire
  • "Sheffield," Railway Inspection Car, 720
  • Shelby Oil and Grease Separator, 123
  • Shimonoseki, Trade of, 616
  • Ship, Distilling, " Edgewater," H.M., 551
  • Ships' Load-Lines, the late Benjamin Martell, 85
  • Ships' Motion in Canals and Rivera, Resistance to, 67
  • Ships. See Steamers
  • Ships, Training for the German Merchant Service, 819
  • Shipbuilding Berths, Vulcan Company's Works, 04. See LErrEas 320 ; and 249, 269, 339
  • Shipbuilding Experimental Tank, 752
  • Shipbuilding in Japan, 187, 752
  • Shipbuilding. See also Warships and Naval Architects
  • Shipbuilding Trade, 86
  • Shipbuilding Trade, Depression in the, 514
  • Shipbuilding in the United States and Canada : Effect of Trusts, 341, 549, 617, 650
  • Shipbuilding Works, C. S. Swan and Hunter's, 69. 177. See Erratum, 223. See also Shipyard and Works.
  • Shipping Combination, 479, 662
  • Shipping Dues, 35
  • Shipping Fleets of the World, 420
  • Shipping, Foreign Competition, 54
  • Shipping, French, Messageries Maritimes, 10
  • Shipping, Japanese, 156
  • Shipping Trade, Atlantic, Subsidy to Cunard Company, 451, 479. See 662
  • Shipwrecks, 352, 420, 641, 756
  • Shipyard, Deptford, Sunderland, 178
  • Shipyard and Dry Dock, Hartlepool, Irvine's, 204
  • Shipyard and Engine Works, Palmer's, 176
  • Shipyard, Furness, Withy, and Co's., Hartlepool, 03
  • Shipyard, Hartlepool (Messrs. W. Gray and Co.), 03
  • Shipyard, Pallion, Sunderland (Messrs. W. Doxford and Sons), 178
  • Shipyards and Engine Works on the Wear, 177
  • Shoe and Leather Fair, 617
  • Shop Clubs' Act, 1902, 282
  • Shops and the Office, 447
  • Short, The late Professor S. H., 585
  • Show Ground of the Royal Agricultural Society, 7
  • Show, Smithfield Club, 786
  • Siberia and China, Agricultural Machinery in, 306
  • Sickness Due to CompreRsed Air in Tunnels, 186
  • Sidings, Railway, Should Manufacturers with, Pay Terminal Charges ? 155
  • Sieglander Collective Exhibits at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 186
  • Signals and Coal Staithes, Electro-Pneumatic, 76
  • Signals, Electric Railway Points and, 681
  • Siller and Dubois Ore Separators at the Diisseldorf Exhibition,268
  • Single-Phase Electric Railways, C67, 776
  • Sinking, Shaft and Well, Equipment, 43
  • Sinol System of Automatic Lubricator, 355
  • Slag Cements at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 399
  • Sledges, The Action of, on Roads, 401
  • Slide Rule for Powers of Numbers, 808
  • Slipway, %Vallsend, and Engineering Works Company, 695
  • Slow-Burning Construction, 547
  • Smith, J. A., on Some Experimental Research on Internal Flow in Centrifugal Pumps and Allied Machines, 762
  • Smith, Mr. W. M., on Cylindrical Valves for Locomotives, 165, 174, 193. See Erratum, 310
  • Smith's Dock on the Tyne, 176
  • Smithfield Club Show, 786
  • Smoke Abatement, 863
  • Smoke, The Prevention of, 433
  • Smokeless Combustion of Bituminous Coal, 433
  • Soap at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 138
  • Socialistic Tendencies in New South Wales, 841
  • Society, Centenary of Glasgow Philosophical, 646
  • Society of Arts, Chairman's Address on the
  • Science of Business, by Sir W. H. Preece, 677.
  • See LETTERS, Science of Business
  • Society of Engineers, 830
  • Soda and the Commercial Outlook, 789
  • Softeners, Water, at the Dtisseldorf Exhibition, 66, 268, 670
  • Solar Radiation, New Bolometer for Recording the Total Daily, 632
  • Solignac Boiler, 433
  • South African Market, 777
  • South African War, Steam Wagons in, 26
  • South Durham Steel and Iron Works, 203
  • South London Tramways, Electrification of, 431, 96, 698, 773
  • South Russian Iron Industry, 860
  • South Wales Mineral Railway, Collision on, 485
  • South-West, Notes from, 15, 47, 87, 113, 146, 181, 15, 247, 276, 311, 345, 379, 413, 453, 477, 509, 40, 576, 610, 640, 674, 711, 747, 781, 813, 819
  • 12, 146,
  • South Yorkshire, Notes from, 14, 47, 87, 81, 214, 246, 276, 311, 344, 379, 412, 453, 476, 09, 540, 576, 610, 640, 674, 710, 746, 780, 812, 48
  • Southern Railway of France, Goods Locomotive, 0. 76
  • Southwick Engine Works, Sunderland (Messrs. George Clark, Limited), 178
  • Spanish Mines, Electrically-Driven Centrifugal Pumps for, 72, 188
  • Specific Heat, Variation of the Specific Heat of Mercury, with Temperature, 528
  • Specifications of Steel Forgings and Castings, 70
  • Specifications for Steel Forgings, Castings, and Boiler-Plates, 225
  • Spectra of Elements and their Relation to the Square of their Atomic Weight, 620
  • Spectrograms of Jupiter and Uranus, 532
  • Spectrum, Light Distribution in a Grating, 96
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams Spencer, Messrs. John, and Sons, Newburn Steel Works, 134, 202
  • Spring-Cleaning by Machinery, 187
  • Springs of Motor Cars, 624. See also 525, 554, 88, 603, 701
  • Springs, Underground Water, 251
  • St. Lawrence River Dredger, 155
  • St. Lawrence River Dredging, 290
  • St. Louis Exhibition, 83, 207, 436, 513, 584
  • St. Petersburg, Russian or Foreign Coal in, 121
  • St. Vincent Earthquake, 448. See 561
  • Staff, Engineer, of Naval and Merchant Ships.
  • See Naval Engineers' Question
  • Stahl and Eisen. A. G., Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater (German), 633
  • Staithes, Tyne Commissioners' Coal, 176
  • Stamping Sheet-Metal in Dies, 302
  • Standard for Machine Screw-Thread Sizes, 303
  • Standard Pipe Unions, 225
  • Standard Specification for Forgings, Castings, and Boiler-Plates, 70, 225
  • Standards for Electrical Measurements, Experiments for Improving the Construction of Practical, B.A. Committee's Report, 528
  • Standards in Ewing's Hysteresis Tester, 223
  • Standardisation, Electric Plant, 667
  • Standardisation, Proposed, of Methods of Chemical Analysis, 602. See LETTER, 720
  • Standardised System of Testing Engines, 105
  • Stanley Instrument Company's Works, Great Barrington, Mass., 639
  • Stanton, Mr. T. E., on Some Characteristics of the Flow of Water in Channels of Varying Sections, 664
  • Stars, Relative Apparent Motions of Bright and Faint, 531
  • Stassfurt Electric Underground Railway, 581
  • Stations, Electric. See Power Stations, Electric, Engines, and Engines, Gas
  • Statistics of British Railways, 799
  • Statistics-Tabulating Machine, 165, 840
  • Statistics on the Training of Chemists Employed in English Chemical Industries, 602. See 512
  • Status of Naval Engineers. See Naval Engineers' Question
  • Steam and Air at Constant Pressure and Volume, Ratio of Specific Heats of, 758
  • Steam Boiler. See Boiler and Water-Tube Boilers
  • Steam Consumption of Reciprocating Engine and Parsons' Turbine, 142, 153, 176, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • Steam-Distributing Valves, Cylindrical, for Locomotives, 155, 174, 193. See Erratum, 310
  • Steam versus Electric Trains, Cost and Power, 83, 667
  • Steam-Engine Economy, Experiments in, 155, 73, 197. See LETTERS, 265, 285
  • Steam Engine, Hutt Rotary, 506
  • Steam Engines. See Engines
  • Steam Engineering Laboratory at Manchester School of Technology, 467
  • Steel and Iron Institute. See Iron and Steel Institute
  • Steam Lorries. See Motor Cars
  • Steam Main, Swivelling Joint for, 286
  • Steam Motor Vehicles. See Motor Cars
  • Steam Pipe Coverings, Tests of, 2b6
  • Steam Pipes. See Pipel
  • Steam Pressure Gauge at the Reichsanstalt, 61
  • Steam Stop-Valve, Garvie's High-Pressure, 343
  • Steam Trials of H.M.S. "King Alfred," 315
  • Steam Trials of H. M. Ships in 1902, 818, 855
  • Steam Turbine Alternator, 1500 - Kilowatt (Parsons'), 179. See 142, 163, 161, 176, 188
  • Steam Turbine versus Engine, Consumption, 42, 153, 176, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • Steam Turbine, 370. See also 376
  • Steam Turbines, Reversing, 819
  • Steam Turbines. See also Turbines
  • Steam Wagons on Military Service, 26. See also Motor Cars
  • Steam Yacht " Vanessa," Triple-Expansion Engines of the (Day, Summers, and Co., Limited), 423
  • Steamer, Fire, Tug, and Police, for Mexican Government (Merryweather), 536
  • Steamer, Light-Draught, for River Navigation (Yarrow), 264
  • Steamer, Turbine, " Queen Alexandra," 376. See 370
  • Steamer, Twin-Screw, " Hanoverian" (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co.), 572
  • Steamer, Twin-Screw, " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 04, 269, 339. See LETTER, 320, Shipbuilding Berths, and 249
  • Steamers' Engines. See Engines
  • Steamers, Liquid Fuel for, 153,158. See LETTERS
  • Steamers, Modern Ocean Liners. 249. See 204
  • Steamers. See also Ships and Warshilm
  • Steamers, Strength of High-Speed, 251
  • Steel Ball-Bearings, 833
  • Steel by Bessemer Process, 70
  • Steel Chain, The Looke, 243
  • Steel and Concrete Coal-Storage Building, 289
  • Steel Exhibits at Diisseldorf, 323
  • Steel Extensometer, 422, 445
  • Steel Forgings, Castings and Boiler-Plates, Standard Specifications for, 70, 225
  • Steel Girders. See Girders
  • Steel Industry in South Russia, 860
  • Steel Ingots, Compression of, 726, 758, 792
  • Steel and Iron Trade, U.S., Cost of Production, 15
  • Steel and Iron Works, Electric Power in, 333, 88
  • Steel and Iron Works, South Durham, 203
  • Steel, Nickel, for Motor Cars, 626
  • Steel and other Trusts in the United States, 341, 49, 617, 650
  • Steel, Overheating of, 332. 357, 392
  • Steel Preservation in Buildings. 682
  • Steel Rails, Strength of, 653, (87, 724. See LETTERS
  • Steel Rails, Strength and Durability of, 70
  • Steel Situation in the States, 117
  • Steel, Tool, A New High-Speed, 190
  • Steel Works in Japan, 449
  • Steel Works in New South Wales, 841
  • Steel Works, Newburn (Messrs. John Spencer and Sons), 134, 202
  • Steel Works Practice in Germany, Progress, 326
  • Steering Gear of Motor Cars, 592. See also 525, 54, 603, 626, 701
  • Steinmiiller Water-Tube Boiler with Superheater, 36
  • Stelkens, Mr., on the Depreciation of Coal and Coke by Shipment, 65, 94
  • Stellar Systems, Evolution of, 529
  • Still, New Type of, 646
  • Stirling Water-Tube Boiler at the Newcastle Electric Power Works, 153, 161. See 179
  • Stoker, Mechanical, for Locomotive, 288
  • Stoneware at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 400
  • Stop-Day Case, 219
  • Stop-Valve, Garvie's High-Pressure Slide, 343
  • Straightening Machine, Core-Wire (de Laval and Chisholm), 46
  • Strain Recorder, Load, Autographic, 805
  • Straw Press, Howard's, 787
  • Stream Lines through Centrifugal Pumps, 762
  • Strength and Durability of Heavy Rails, 514
  • Strength and Elasticity, 731
  • Strength of Ferro-Concrete, 385. See 333, 569, 81, 681
  • Strength of High-Speed Vessels, 354. See 56
  • Strength of Rails, 653, 687, 724. See LETTERS,
  • Steel Rails, d•c.
  • Strength of Torpedo-Boats, 56, 354
  • Stress, Effects on Platinum, Microscopic Views, 27. See Erratum., 190
  • String, The Vibration of a Plucked, 528
  • Structure of Steel. See Microstructure
  • Students, Engineering. See Education of Eng sneers
  • Submarine Boats, 313, 616, 733
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 156, 647
  • Submarines and Naval Tactics, 616
  • Subsidies, Ocean Liner, 249. See 204
  • Subsidy to Cunard Atlantic Liners, 451, 479. See 662
  • Subterranean Channel, 251
  • Suburban Electric' Railway Traffic, 583, 667
  • Suburban Locomotive, Northern Railway of France, 340
  • Suburban Traffic Locomotive, American, 410
  • Suction Dredgers, 290
  • Sugar Centrifugal Machine, Electrically-Driven, 08
  • Sugar Factories, 853
  • Sugars, The Alkylation of, 599
  • Sulphide, Electrolytic Copper, 318
  • Sulphuric Acid by Catalysis, 155
  • Sulphuric Acid Exhibits, Ammonia Refrigerators, Waste Heat, at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 306
  • Sun-Spots, Minimum, and Terrestrial Magnetism, 29. See LETTER, 573
  • Sun, The Uncertainty of our Knowledge of the Distance of the, 632
  • Sunderland Docks, 177
  • Sunderland, Visit of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to, 177
  • Superheaters and Boilers, German, 569, 633, 707, 36
  • Surface-Contact System of Electric Traction, 671
  • Surface-Contact System of Tramways, Cruvellier, 11
  • Survey, Mexican Boundary, 253
  • Survey, Ordnance, of the Malay States, 352
  • Surveying by Camera, 38
  • Surveying, Fergusson's System of, 128
  • Surveying Instruments, Hand (Sir Howard Grubb), 33
  • Survival of a Beam Engine of 1767, 486
  • Swan and Hunter's Shipbuilding Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 169, 177. See Erratum, 223
  • Swath Turner at the Royal Agricultural Show, 42
  • Swedish Torpedo - Boat Destroyer " Mode " (Yarrow), 374
  • Sweeping Carpets by Machinery, 187
  • Switzerland Works and Electric Power, 810
  • Swivelling Joint fora 16-In. Steam Main, 286
  • Synthetical Action of Enzymes, 599
  • Synthetical Researches in the Glucoside Group, 99
  • Tabulation, Mechanical, 165
  • Tabulation, Mechanical, of Works Accounts, 840
  • Tactics, Naval, and Submarine, 616
  • Taff Vale Case ; Trade Union Law, 852
  • Tank, Marine Experimental, 762
  • Taylor, Mr. William, on the Science of the Workshop, 394, 408
  • Teaching of Economics, 631
  • Teaching Machine Construction and Drawing, 85. See Education
  • Teaching of Mathematics, 565. See LETTERS, Education
  • Technical Education, 370, 381, 395, 427. See LETTBRS
  • Technical Education of Electrical Engineers, 712
  • Technical Education in the Navy, 631
  • Technical Education, Professor Perry on, 370, 81, 395, 427
  • Technical Education, Science and Practice, 217
  • Technical Education. See Education
  • Technical Education at the University of London, 593. See LETTER, 650
  • Technical High School of Aachen, 501
  • Technical Training, Faulty, 279. See Erratum, 18
  • Technology, Manchester School of, 4f6
  • Telegraph Companies, Submarine, 156, 647
  • Telegraphs and Telephones in Japan, 385
  • Telegraphy. See also Wireless
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 317
  • Telegraphy: Wireless, Magnetic Detectors in, 529
  • Telephone in the United Kingdom, The Future of the, 404
  • Telephones, Municipal, Tunbridge Wells, 815
  • Telephones and Telegraphs in Japan, 385
  • Telescoped, Standard Scale for, 632
  • Telluric Distribution of the Elements in Relation t3 their Atomic Weight, 602
  • Telpherage Post, Taeggi's, 419. See Erratum, 960
  • Temperature of Exhaust Gases, 286
  • Temperature of the Higher Atmosphere, 803
  • Temperature, The Relation of Voltaic Potential to, 498
  • Temperature, Variation of the Critical Velocity of Water with, 527
  • Temperature, Variation of the Specific Heat of Mercury with, 528
  • Temperatures, Theory of Gases at Critical and other, 500
  • Temperatures, Gas-Engine, 156
  • Temperatures in Steel Manufacture, 332, 357, 3W
  • Tendency of Enterprise, 816
  • Tendency in -Machine Design, 314
  • Terminal Charges, Should Manufactuers with Railway Sidings Pay 7155
  • Terrestrial Magnetism and Minimum Sun-Sr 'As, 29. See LETTER, 573
  • Test Specimens, Autographic Load-Strain Recorder for, 805
  • Test of Submarine Boats, 313, 616, 733
  • Tests of Coal-Wagon for the North-Eastern Railway, 811
  • Tests of Steam-Pipe Coverings, 256
  • Tests of Steel Rails, 653, 687, 724. See Lserrsas
  • Tester, Ewing's Hysteresis, Standards in, 223
  • Testing at Belliss and Morcom's Works at Birmingham, 374
  • Testing Engines, Standardised System, 105 .
  • Testing Instrument, A Magnetic, 405
  • Testing Machine for Cast Iron, 504
  • Testing Materials in the Purdue University Laboratory, 28
  • Textile Industries Department, Manchester School of Technology, 472
  • Thames Conservancy and New Port Commissioners, 49, 740
  • Thames and Medway Canal, 515
  • Theodolite, Fergusson's System of, 128
  • Theory of Gases at Critical Temperatures, 500
  • Theory of Wehnelt Interrupters, 752
  • Therapy, A Triple Lens for Ultra-Violet, 500
  • Thermal Researches at the Reichsanstalt,t61
  • Thermit, Aluminium, Exhibit at Diisseldorf, 135 '
  • Thermo-Dynamics, Heat Evolved or Absorbed when a Liquid is Brought in Contact with a Finely-Divided Solid, 95
  • Thermostat, Animal, 528
  • Thermostat at the Reichsanstalt, 561
  • Thirlmere Aqueduct Pipe, Fracture of, 550
  • Thompson, Messrs. J. L., and Sons, Sunderland, 77
  • Thornycroft's Steam Wagons on Military Service, 26
  • Thread Sizes, Standard for Machine,303
  • Three-Phase Alternators. See Electric
  • Timber Supplies, The World's, 623, 624, 654, 656
  • Tin at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 336
  • Tin Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Tipton Power Station, Midland, 201
  • Tolls, Shipping, 35
  • Ton-Mileage of British Railways, 793
  • Tool-Room Equipment, 263
  • Tool Steel, A New High-Speed, 190
  • Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Torpedo-Boat Craft, Strength of. 56, 354
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boat Engines (Krupp). 166 '
  • Torpedo-Boat, Strengths, 56, 354
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Towage and Canals, Electric, 100
  • Towing Barges at Sea, 66, 515
  • Tracing Instrument, Owen's New Curve-, 741
  • Tracings, Photo-Copying, 673
  • Traction, Electric, Mr. Westinghouse on, 816
  • Traction, Electric. See ELECTRIC, Tramways and Railways
  • Traction Engine for Johannesburg, 672
  • Traction, Mechanical, for Military Purposes, 514, 43. See also Motor Cars
  • Trade of Formosa, 125
  • Trade of Korea, 282
  • Trade versus Railway, 618
  • Trade and Railways, Ceylon, 617
  • Trade and Railways, Indian, 118
  • Trade of Shimonoseki, 516
  • Trade Union Law ; The Taff Vale Case, 853
  • Trade Union Law. See Legal
  • Trade of Yokohama, 185
  • Trades Union Congress, 317
  • Trading, Municipal, 390, 663, 815. See also Legal
  • Traffic Arrangements of Railways Criticised, 618
  • Train-Lighting, Electric, in Germany, 480
  • Train, Railway Express, All-Stations, 404
  • Trains. See Railway Trains
  • Trains, Power and Cost of, Steam versus Electric, 83, 667
  • Training, Chemical, and Industrial Progress, 12
  • Training of Engineers, 432. See also IATTERs,
  • Education, and 648
  • Training, Faulty Technical, 279. See Erratum, 18
  • Training of Naval Engineers, 750, 857
  • Training Ships, German, 819
  • Tramcar Motors, 773. See also 431, 495, 693
  • Tramcars, Brakes for Electric, 804
  • Tramway-Car Ball-Bearings, 834
  • Tramway Cars at the Tramway Exhibition, 23, 51
  • Tramway Engines, Glasgow, 250, 348. See LETTERS
  • Tramway Finance (Glasgow), 183
  • Tramway Legislation, A Session of, 252, 295
  • Tramway and Lighting Generating Plant at the Wolverhampton Exhibition, 321
  • Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 738
  • Tramways, Bournemouth Municipal, 118
  • Tramways, Electric, 671
  • Tramways, Electric Accumulators, 504, 533. See LETTER, 549
  • Tramways, Electrification of South London, 431, 95, 698, 773
  • Tramways and Light Railways Exhibition, 23, 51
  • Tramways and Municipal Tracing, 390, 663
  • Tramways, Surface Contact System, 211
  • Tramways, Transport of Goods Wagons over Narrow Gauge, 385
  • Transit. See Railways and Tramways
  • Transmission of Power on the Pacific Coast, 272
  • Transmission of Power. See also Power Distribution.
  • Transport of Goods Wagons over Narrow-Gauge Tramways, 385
  • Transport by Water, Depreciation of Coke and Coal, 65, 94
  • Transvaal Market, 777
  • Treatment of Manchester Sewage, 491, 552
  • Trials, Steam, of H.M. Ships in 1902, 818, 855
  • Trials, Steam, of H.M.S. " King Alfred," 315
  • Trip Valve Gear, 3000 H.-P. Triple-Expansion Electric Driving Engine, 179, 210
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Trusses, The Weight of, 126
  • Trusts, Ocean Liner, 249. See 204
  • Trusts, from View of Economic Theory, 633
  • Trusts. See also Combines
  • Trusts in the United States, 341, 549, 617, 650
  • Tube-Making in Germany, 326
  • Tube Ventilation, 845
  • Tubes, Deep-Tunnel Railway, 116, 547, 579, 714. See 751, 845
  • Tudor Accumulator, 549
  • Tug, Fire, and Police Boat for Mexican Government (Merryweather), 536
  • Tunnel Ventilation, Tube, 845
  • Tunnelling under Compressed Air, Sickness due to, 186
  • Turbine, Hult Steam, 506
  • Turbine, Parsons, versus Steam Engine, Steam Consumption, 142,153, 176, 179. See LETTER, 188
  • Turbine, Steam, 370. See also 375
  • Turbine Steamer " Queen Alexandra," 375. See 70
  • Turbines, Steam, Reversing, 819
  • Turbo-Alternator, 1500-Kilowatt (Parsons), 179. See 142, 153, 161, 176, 188
  • Turbo-Generators at Niagara Falls, 637. See LETTERS
  • Turner, Swath, at the Agricultural Show, 42
  • Turner, W. P., and Hatt, W. K.,on Testing Materials at Purdue University, 8
  • Turning Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Two Million Miles of Locomotive Running, 283
  • Tyne Commissioners' Coal Staithes, 176
  • Tyne North Pier Reconstruction, 133, 176
  • Tyne, Pontoon Docks on the, 176
  • Tyne, Smith's Dock on the, 176
  • Tyre, Railway, Lathe (Britannia Company, Colchester), 612
  • Tyrrell, Mr. H. G.,on Diagrams for Determining the Weight of teel Girders, 126
  • Underground Railways. See Deep-Tunnel Railways
  • Undergrouni Water, 251
  • Undermanning in the Navy. See Naval Engineers
  • Union, Trades. See Trades Union
  • Unions, Standard Pipe, 225
  • United States and American Steamship Competition, 249. See 201
  • United States versus British Tramway Engines, 50, 348. See LETTERS
  • United States Census-Counting Machine, 165, 840
  • United States Coal-Mining, 264
  • United States Competition, 298, 845
  • United States Electrical Industry, 382
  • United States Iron and Steel Trade, Cost of Production, 415
  • United States, Locomotive Building in, 545
  • United States Locomotives, 410
  • United States Machine Tools, Exhibition, 6
  • United States Naval Engineering Report, 678
  • United States, Notes from, 14, 86, 111, 180, 214, 45, 284, 307, 342, 385, 412, 444, 476, 518, 540, 75, 608, 646, 719, 746, 790, 848
  • United States Power Plants on the Pacific Coast, 272
  • United States Railroad War, 284
  • United States Steel Situation, 117
  • United States Steel Trusts, 341, 549, 617, 650
  • United States Submarine Boat Experience, 313, 33
  • United States Trusts. See Trusts
  • University, of Kyoto, 299
  • University of London Technic i1 Education, 593. See Ltearrn, 650
  • Uralite, 221. See Erratum, 247. See LETTER, 285
  • Uranus and Jupiter, Spectrograms of, 532
  • Vacuum Calorimeters, 620
  • Vacuum, Economical Effect of Degree of, 155, 73, 197. See LETTERS, 255, 285
  • Vacuum Machinery for Carpet-Cleaning, 187
  • Valve, Cockburn's Double Safety, 487
  • Valve Design, Tendency in, 314
  • Valve Gear, 3000 Horse-Power Triple-Expansion, Electric Driving Engine, 179, 210
  • Valve, Garvie's High-Pressure Steam Stop, 343
  • Valve, Steam (Coleman's), 308
  • Valves, Cylindrical, for Locomotives, 155, 174, 93. See Erratum, 310
  • Valves for Motor-Car Engines, 605
  • "Vanessa," Triple - Expansion Engines of the Steam Yacht (Day, Summers, and Co., Ltd), 423
  • Vapourising Liquid Fuel, 153, 158. See LErrarts, 77
  • Varnishes at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, 138
  • Vegetation and Water Supply, 687
  • Vehicles, Motor, for Military Purposes, 514, 543. See also Motor Cars
  • Vehicles, The Resistance of Road, to Traction, 71, 456
  • Vehicles, Self-Propelled. See Motor Cars
  • Velocity of Water with Temperature, Variation
  • of the Critical, 527
  • Ventilation, Sewer, 363
  • Ventilation of Tube Railways, 845
  • Vessels, Strength of High-Speed, 354
  • Vibration of a Plucked String, 528
  • Vibrations, Continuous Motion Produced by, 528
  • Victoria Works, Millhouses, Sheffield (Laycock's), 49
  • Vision, The Physical Aspects of a Theory of Colour, 500
  • Volcanic Phenomena in the Windward Islands, 48. See also 564
  • Voltaic Potential, The Relation of, to Temperature, 498
  • Vulcan Company, Stettin, and Large Atlantic Liners, 204, 269, 339. See LETTER, 320
  • Waddle Fan, 797. See also 627, 732
  • Wage Problem, 347
  • Wage System, 447
  • Wages and the Economics of Production, 415
  • Wages and Hours of Labour in 1901, 316
  • Wagon, Coal, for the North-Eastern Railway, Tests of, 811
  • Wagons over Narrow-Gauge Railways, Transport of Goods, 385
  • Wagons, Steam, on Military Service, 26
  • Wagons, Steam Motor. See Motor Cars
  • Wainford, Mr. R. H., on Mechanical Appliances in Mines, 155, 175, 227, 260
  • Wallsend and Hebburn Coaling Crane, 412
  • Wallsend Slipway Company's Engine Economy, 42, 153, 176, 179. See LETTERS, 188
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company's Works 695
  • Wallsend, Works at, 169, 177, 695
  • War Office Distilling Ship, 551
  • Warning to Manufacturers as to Old Inventions, 22, 445
  • Warship Building in 1902, 818, 855
  • Warships :
  • Accident on H.M.S. " Bullfinch," 690
  • Boiler Repairs, 645
  • British Boiler Committee's Report, 54, 81, 90.
  • See also 51. See LETTER, 444, and Engineers in the Navy
  • Colonial Contribution to Navy, 613
  • Engines, Balancing, 69
  • French Naval Manoeuvres, 336, 383, 418
  • French Naval Programme, 713
  • French Submarines, 616
  • His Majesty's Ships Built and Tried in 1902, 18, 855
  • H.M. Scouts, 616
  • H.M. Distilling Ship, 551
  • H.M.S. " Duke of Edinburgh," 644, 818
  • H.M.S. "Hindustan," Boiler Arrangements in, 83
  • ILM.S. " King Alfred," Steam Trials of, 315
  • H.M.S. " Powerful," Boilers of the, 51
  • Japanese Navy Increase, 617
  • Machinery of Naval Ships, 91. See also 51, 54, 1, 90. See LETTER, 444, and Engineers in the Navy
  • Naval Engineers. See Naval Engineer.' Question
  • Russian Cruiser " Novik," 649
  • Shallow-Draught Steamers, Yarrow, 254
  • Steam Trials of His Majesty's -Ships in 1902, 18, 855
  • Strength of Torpedo-Boat Craft, 354
  • Strength of Torpedo-Boats, 56
  • Submarines and Naval Tactics, 313, 616, 733
  • Swedish Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Mode ' (Yarrow), 375
  • Torpedo-Boat Engines (Krupp), 166
  • United States Gunboats Built in Japan, 752
  • United States Naval Engineering, 678
  • United States Ships at Fore River Works (Quincy), 288
  • United States Submarine Boat Experience, 13, 733. See 616
  • Washing, Centrifugal, Machine, ElectricallyDriven, 808
  • Washington City Attractions, 440
  • Washington Monument, 440
  • Waste, Alkali, 222
  • Water, The Absorption of Ammonia from, by Alga 602
  • Water Condensing Pumping Plant, 141, 153
  • Water-Distilling Ship, 551
  • Water and Electric Power in Switzerland, 810
  • Water Filter, Harris-Anderson Feed, 210. See LETTERS
  • Water Flow in Pipes of Varying Sections, 664
  • Water Flow through Centrifugal Pumps, 762
  • Water-Level Fluctuations on Lake Erie, 485
  • Water on Lead, Action of Distilled, 601
  • Water Main, Fracture of a Thirlmere, 550
  • Water Power in Ireland, 404, 430
  • Water Power at Niagara Falls, 637, See LETTERS
  • Water Power Plants on the Pacific Coast, 272
  • Water Pumps. See Pumps
  • Water Purification by Ozone, 420
  • Water Quantity Evaluating by Planimeter, 742
  • Water Separator for Liquid Fuel, 153, 158. See LETTERS, 777
  • Water Softeners, 266, 268, 670
  • Water Supply, Compensation,817
  • Water Supply, Mechanical Fitration, 23
  • Water Supply and Vegetation, 687
  • Water with Temperature, Variation of the Critical Velocity of, 527
  • Water-Tube Boiler Arrangements in British Battleships, 283
  • Water-Tube Boiler Repairs, 645
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Schulz, 166
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Solignac, 433
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Stirling, at the Newcastle Electric Power Works, 153, 161. See 179
  • Water-Tube Boiler with Superheater (Steinm tiller), 736
  • Water-Tube Boiler with Superheater (Willmann, of Dortmund), 737
  • Water-Tube Boilers, 444
  • Water-Tube Boilers of H.M.S. " Powerful," 51
  • Water-Tube Boilers in the Navy, 855. See 818
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Report of Committee on, 54, 1, 90. See also 51. See LETTER, 444 ; and Engineers in the Navy
  • Water-Tube Boilers and Superheaters, German, 69, 633, 707, 736
  • Water-Tube Boilers in United States Navy, 678
  • Water-Tube and Cylindrical Boiler Combined (Steinmiiller), 736
  • Water Turbines. See Turbines
  • Water, Underground, 251
  • Water Works, Newcastle and Gateshead, 202
  • Waterfalls and Electric Power, 656
  • Waterways. See Canals
  • Waterworks Schemes in Parliament, 739
  • Wattmeter, Electrostatic, 668
  • Waves, Electrical Resonance of Metal Particles for Light, 96
  • Wax at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 133
  • Wear, Engine Works and Shipyards on the, 177
  • Wear Harbour Works, 177
  • Web Girders. See Girders
  • Wedding, Professor H., on Iron and Steel at Dusseldorf Exhibition, 323
  • Wehnelt Interrupters, The Theory of, 752
  • Weight in Chemical Reactions, 497
  • Weight of Girders, 126
  • Weighton, Professor R. L., on Some Experiments in Steam Engine Economy, 155, 173, 197. See LETTERS, 255, 285
  • Well-Sinking Equipment, 43
  • Westinghouse Gas Engine, 370, 375, 426, 458, 520
  • Westinghouse, Mr. Geo., on Electric Traction, 6
  • Wharf Crane, Rapier's Coaling, 412
  • Wheel Lathe, Railway, 612
  • Wheels, Emery, for Grinding, 1, 99
  • Wheel, A New Elastic, 403
  • Whistle, Galton, Pitch of Pipes, 528
  • Whitworth Scholarships, 448. See LETTER, 486
  • Widening of London Bridge, 743
  • Wilkinson, J. P., on the Biological Treatment of
  • Manchester Sewage, 553. See 491
  • Winn] an n Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater, 737 '
  • Wimperis, Mr. H. E., a Note on Gas-Engine Explosions, 490. See LETTERS, 517, 549
  • Wind and Power, 686
  • Wind-Pressure, Dependence of Pitch of Minute Closed Galton Whistle Pipes on, 528
  • Winding Engine, Electrically-Driven, 12, 138
  • Winding Engine, Conical Drum, 607
  • Windmills at the Royal Agricultural Show, 43
  • Winds and Level Fluctuations on Lake Erie, 485
  • Windward Islands, Volcanic Phenomena, 448 .
  • Wire-Drawing During Solidification of Steel Ingots, 726, 768, 792
  • Wire-Straightening Machine, Core, 45
  • Wires (Felten and Guilleaume) at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 401
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 317
  • Wireless Telegraph3, Magnetic Detectors in, 529
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Minchin's Receiver, 583
  • Wiring, Electric, at Diisseldorf Exhibition, 771
  • Wise, Mr. W. Lloyd, on Canadian Patent Law and Foreign Patents, 384
  • Wood Fuel, 655
  • Woodhouse, Mr. W. B., on Electric Supply Power Station at Neptune Bank, 142, 153, 176, 79. See LETTERS, 188
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools
  • Working Sheet Metal in Dies, 302
  • Workmen, English and American, 255
  • Workmen's Compensation. See Servants and Masters under Legal
  • Works:
  • Belliss and Morcom, Limited, Birmingham, 371
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, at Rugby, Works of, 546
  • Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool (Sir W. Gray and Co.), 203
  • Deptford Yard. Sunderland (Messrs. J. Laing and Sons), 178
  • Edison Cement, 69
  • Elswick Works (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Limited), 154
  • Engine Works and Shipyards on the Wear, 177
  • Fore River Shipyard (Quincy), 288
  • Furness, Withy, and Co., Shipyard, Hartlepool, 203
  • German Steel Works Practice, Progress in, 326
  • Germania Works, Krupp's, 102
  • Hartlepool Engine Works (Messrs. Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co.), 203
  • Irvine's Shipyard and Dry Dock, Hartlepool 04
  • Kiel Shipbuilding Yard, 102
  • Krupp's Works at Essen, 101
  • Laycock's VicOria Works, Millhouses, Sheffield, 449
  • Newburn Steel Works (Messrs. John Spencer and Sons), 134, 202
  • North Sand Works, Sunderland (Messrs. J. L Thompson and Sons), 177
  • Pallion Shipyard, Sunderland (Messrs. W. Doxford and Sons), 178
  • Palmer's Hill Engine Works, Sunderland' (Messrs. J. Dickinson and Sons), 178
  • Palmer's Shipyard and Engine Works, 176
  • South Durham Steel and Iron Works, 203
  • Southwick Engine Works, Sunderland (Messrs. George Clark, Limited), 178
  • Stanley Instrument Company's Works, Great Barrington, Mass., 639
  • Swan and Hunter's Shipbuilding Works, 169, 77. See Erratum, 223
  • Uralite Works, Higham, near Gravesend, 221.
  • See Erratum, 247. See LETTER, 285
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Works Company, 695
  • Wouldham Cement Company's Works, 50, 79
  • Works Accounts Mechanical System, 840
  • Works Effluvia, Chemical, 152
  • Works, Salford Sewage, 865
  • Workshop Management, 447
  • Workshop Practice, 263
  • Workshop, The Science of the, 394, 408
  • Workshop Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Yacht, Steam, " Vanessa," Triple - Expansion Engines of the (Day, Summers, and Co., Limited), 423
  • Yarrow Light Draught Steamer for River Navigation, 254
  • Yerkes, Mr. See Tube Railways
  • Yerkes Observatory, Celestial Photographs from the, 531
  • Yokohama Trade, 185
  • Yorkshire Electric Power Scheme, 54, 65
  • Zinc Exhibits at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, 305
  • Zinc Plates for Boiler Protection, 550
  • Zinc Prices. See•Metal Prices
  • Zirconium, Colloids of, and those of other Metals of the Fourth Group, 603

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