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Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
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Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: General Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1903 Jul-Dec: Index

  • ABSORPTION and Emission Spectra, 623
  • Absorption Spectra and Chemical Constitution of Organic Substances, 526
  • Accident to the Blake's Boilers, 258
  • Accident Cases, Juries in, 156 69
  • Accident, Definition of an,
  • Accounts and Audits, Municipal, 631. See LETTERS, 214, 395, 430, 502, 573, 606, 625, and Glasgow Corporation
  • Accounts, Workshop, Printing, 348
  • Accumulator, Edison, 814. See 829
  • Accumulator, Hydraulic, at Borsig's, 551
  • Accumulator, Steam Hydraulic, Bulkhead Door System, 624
  • Acetylene, 477
  • Acetylene Gas Plant at Chassiron Lighthouse (French), 528
  • Acetylene Generated by Filing, 605
  • Act of Parliament. See Legal
  • Adant's Centrifugal Machines, 298
  • Addressograph " Pay-Sheet," 348
  • Administration of the Navy, 460
  • Admiralty Administration, 460
  • Admiralty Problems. See Navy and Warships
  • Admiralty Purchase of Foreign Warships, 803, 42
  • Aeration of Water, Deposits in Pipes and, 840
  • Aeronautical International Committee, 489
  • Aeronautics, Laws of Resistance, 211
  • Africa. See South Africa
  • Africa, The Engineer in South, 683. See 819
  • Agent, Commission, and the Law, 806

Agricultural Society's Show, Royal :

  • Attendance, 25
  • Blackstone Oil-Engine, 13
  • Dairy, 24
  • Implements, 23
  • Miscellaneous, 24
  • Oil-Tractor (J. Petter and Sons, Limited), 13
  • Robey-Saurer Oil-Engine and Dynamo, 13
  • Air Calorimetry, Testing of Electric Generators, 70, 813
  • Air, Chloroform in, 103
  • Air, Compressed, Raisingof Water by, 10, 33, 675
  • Air-Compressor (Boreas), Electrically-Driven, 713
  • Air-Compressor for Raising Water from Wells, 75. See LETTERS, 708, 729, 809
  • Air Friction, Preliminary Experiments on, 418
  • Air-Pumps, Dry, for Surface Condenser, 314
  • Air Resistance, Laws of, 211
  • Alcohol, Duty-Free, for Scientific Research, 656
  • Alkali Works Act in 1902, 172
  • Allen, H. Stanley, on Experiments in Radioactivity, 781
  • Alloys, Aluminium Light, 705. See Addendum, 31
  • Alloys of Iron and Tungsten, 324, 330, 366
  • Alloys of Nickel and Steel, 4, 29
  • Alloys, Steel, Analysis of High-Speed Tool, 690
  • Alloys, Temperature Casting Effects on, 231, 263
  • Alternators. See Electric
  • Altoft's Colliery, 180
  • Aluminium Alloys, Light, 705. See Addendum, 31
  • Aluminium as an Electrical Conductor, 385
  • America. See also United States
  • America, Shipbuilding in, 126
  • American Bridges on the Uganda Railway, 249
  • American and British Workmen, 205, 242. See Licirrkks, 293, 327, 572
  • American versus British Tramways, 220. See 301
  • American Coal and Coke, 535
  • American Copper Production, 64
  • American Electric Railway and Tramway Progress, 158, 226, 301
  • American Iroa Production, 353
  • American Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • American Machine-Tools. See Machine-Tools
  • American Naval Reports, 760
  • American Railroad Progress, 739
  • American Shipbuilding Progress, 538
  • American Shipbuilding Trust, 93
  • American Steel Prices, 770
  • American Steel Situation, 123. See Erratum, 62
  • American Tramway Companies, 158, 226, 301
  • Analysis of High-Speed Tool Steels, 690
  • Analysis, Illustrations of Graphical, 380, 403
  • Ancient Punching and Shearing Machine, 412
  • Ancient Steam-Engines, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Animals, Nerve Activity of, 103
  • Antimony. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Applied Chemistry, 56, 71, 109 Apprentice Education ; Great Western Railway Company, 328
  • Apprentices, Engineering, 425, 429, 463
  • Apprenticeship Education and Encouragement, 39
  • Apprenticeship for Engineers, 89
  • Apprenticeship. See also Technical Education
  • Apprenticeship System in Borsig's Works, 620
  • Apprenticeship and Training of Engineers, 53
  • Arch in Chalk Cutting, London and Brighton Railway, 755
  • Arched Rib, Stresses in the Web of an, 59
  • Argentine Railway Property, 572
  • "Armadale Castle," T.-S.S., 780
  • Armour-Plate Bolt Manufacture, 46
  • Armoured Cruiser. See Warships
  • Army Reform, 321
  • Arnold, Professor, on Dangerous Crystallisation of Mild Steel and Wrought Iron, 4, 30
  • Arsenic in Food, Especially Beer, Approximate Estimation of Minute Quantities of, 527
  • Artesian Wells ; Raising Water by Compressed
  • Air, 10, 33, 676. See LETTERS, 708, 729, 809
  • Artillery. See Guns
  • Artists and Engineers, 671
  • Astronomy and Meteorology Sub-Section at the
  • British Association, 458, 486. See LETTERS, 730
  • Astronomy without a Telescope, 280
  • Atlantic Liners' Subsidy, Cunard, 187. See 63
  • Atmosphere and the Earth's Crust, Radioactive
  • Emanations in, 451. See 288, 426
  • Atmosphere, Electrifying the, 744
  • Atmosphere, The General Circulation of, 487
  • Atom, Permanency of the, 360
  • Atomic Latent Heats of Fusion of Metals, 527
  • Audibility and Meteorological Conditions, 490
  • Aurora Spectra and Nitrogen, Comparison of, 453
  • Australian Patent Act, New, 217, 349, 763
  • Australian, Trans-, Railway, 427. See LETTER, 02
  • Automobiles. See Motor-Cars
  • Auxiliary Fleet Ships, 715
  • Bacteria Beds, Distribution of Sewage on, 267
  • Bacterial Treatment of Sewage; Design of Works, 00
  • Bacterial Treatment of Water and Sewage, Upto-Date, 8, 32. See 528
  • Bag-Filling Appliance for Coke at French Gas Works, 71
  • Bagdad Railway ; Map, 374
  • Bairstow, L., and Alexander, A. D., on Experiments in Gas Explosions, 616
  • Baku-Batum Kerosene Tube, 706
  • Baku, Naphtha Industry, 741
  • Ballachulish Extension ; Callendar and Oban Railway Cantilever Bridge, 139
  • Ballistic Galvanometers, 452
  • Ballymote, Collision at, 703
  • Band-Saw Filing Machine, Buhl, 780
  • Band-Saw, Log, Horizontal, 641
  • Bar-Lock Typewriter, 828
  • Barge Traffic in Norway, 256
  • Barker, Gerald, on Elevated Railways, 132. See LETTERS, 88, 159
  • Barometric Depression, 487
  • Barracks, Naval, at Portsmouth, 392
  • Barrel-Counting Apparatus, Forsyth's, 530. See
  • Erratum, 561
  • Basalt, Magnetism of, when Heated in Air, 637
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Bauer's Machine for Shaping the Blades of
  • Ships' Propellers, 494
  • Beam Engines, Ancient, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Beardshaw's Sorbitic Steel, 528
  • Bearing, Roller, for Bridges, 755
  • Bearings ; Friction between Wood and Iron, 254
  • Beer, Approximate Estimation of Minute Quantities of Arsenic in, 527
  • Behr Mono-Railroad, 413
  • Belfast Harbour, Plans, 99
  • Ben Nevis Committee, Report of the, 490
  • Bengal and North-Western Railway, 116
  • Benjamin, C. H., on Bursting of Emery Wheels, 82
  • Bennet's New Cylindrical Mechanism, 777
  • Berlin, Chemical Congress at, 66, 71, 109
  • Berlin High-Speed Railway Experiments, 604
  • Berlin Power Station, with Mechanical Draught, 24, 862
  • Bertheau, Oil Motor-Boat for Uganda Railway
  • Company (Thornycroft), 626
  • Bessemer Memorial Fund, 128
  • Bicycle - Storing Building, Workers', Borsig's, 24
  • Baba.), Iron Ore Industry at, 836
  • Biles, Professor J. H., on Cross-Channel Steamers, 2, 67
  • Binary Mixtures, Freezing Point Curves of, 527
  • Binks'a Whitewashing and Painting Machine, 11
  • Biological Problems, the Application of Low
  • Temperatures to the Study of, 626
  • Birmingham Boiler Explosion, 361
  • Birmingham, Collision at, 708
  • Birmingham Water Works ; Dam for Craig Goch Lake, 494
  • Bitumen Insulating Compositions, 829
  • Blackstone Oil-Engine, 13
  • Blades of Ships' Propellers, Shaping of, 494
  • Blast-Furnace Gas-Engines. See Engines, Gas
  • Blaze Currents in Living Tissues, 103
  • Blowing-Engine, Westinghouse Compound, 797
  • Blowing-Engines. See Engines, Blirwiny
  • Blue Hill Observatory, Kite Observations at, 489 See LETTERS, 730
  • Boat, Oil Motor, for the Uganda Railway Company (Thornycroft), 626
  • Boat-Propulsion, Detachable PetrO Motor for. (French), 530
  • Boat Works, Seamless Steel, 180
  • Boiler Accident on H.M.S. " Blake," 258
  • Boiler Explosion at Birmingham, 361
  • Boiler Explosion at Chester-le-Street, 230
  • Boiler Explosion at Chirnside, 262
  • Boiler Explosion at Darwen, 472
  • Boiler Explosion at Preston, 813
  • Boiler Failures and their Cause, 498
  • Boiler Feed-Pump (Heisler), 467
  • Boiler, Navy. See Navy Boilers and Water-Tube
  • Boiler of Steam Motor-Wagons, 182, 846
  • Boiler Stoking Indicator, Kilroy's, 454
  • Boiler Water, Temperature Differences in, 292
  • Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boilers
  • Boilers of " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 244
  • Boilers, Locomotive. See Locomotives
  • Boilers, Water-Softening for, 858, 876. See also Water-Softening
  • Bolan, W. N., and Grieve, T., on Experiments
  • on the Efficiency of Non-Conducting Coverings for Steam-Pipes, 171
  • Bolts for Armour-Plate, Manufacture of, 46
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 16
  • Book-Keeping. See Municipal Tradinj
  • Books Received, 79, 170, 211, 239, 280, 311, 478 16, 556, 617, 684, 755, 824
  • Boot Works, Midgley's Crown, 210
  • Boreas Air-Compressor, Electrically-Driven, 713
  • Boring-Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Borsig's Works in Germany, 479, 551, 587, 620 91, 724, 794. See ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Bottom for Furnace Supported by Trucks, 268
  • Bounties on Colonial Industries, 567
  • Boys, C. V., on Radioactivity and Comets, 403. See also 426, 448
  • Brake Pulleys, Friction Between Wood and Iron, 54
  • Bramwell, The Late Sir Frederick, 771, 858, 873. See LETTER, 808
  • Bramwell, Sir Frederick, on the Newcomen Engine, 581. See 552, 77, 611, 616, 873
  • Brass Alloys, Effects of Temperature of Casting, 31, 263
  • Brass-Finishers' Lathe (Holroyd), 659
  • Brass-Finishers' Lathe. See a'so Machine Tools
  • Brassey's Naval Annual, 75
  • Breakdowns of Mill Machinery, 493
  • Breakwater, Pier, Sunderland, 456
  • Brewers' Exhibition, 569
  • Brewing Plant at the Manchester Municipal
  • School of Technology, 207
  • Bricks, Stock, Machine-Made, 20
  • Bridge, Connel Ferry ; Callender and Oban Railway, 139
  • Bridge at Kew, 380
  • Bridge, Old, Over the River Gaunless, Stockton
  • and Darlington Railway, 214
  • Bridges, American, on the Uganda Railway, 249
  • Bridges, Typical, on the Loudon and Brighton
  • Railway, 585, 651, 690, 755, 820
  • "Brighton," Channel Turbine Steamer, 325
  • Brighton and London Railway Widening, 585, 51, 690, 755, 820, 855
  • Britain's Competitors in the Steel Trade, 158
  • Britain's Supremacy on the Atlantic, 187. See 53
  • British Admiralty and Warship Design, 803, 842
  • British and American Naval Procedure, 769
  • British versus American Tramways, 226. See 01
  • British and American Workmen, 205, 242. See LETTERS
  • British and American Workmen, '293, 317, 572

British Association ;

  • Meeting at Southport, 292, 360, 380, 413, 447, 86, 522, 556
  • Engineering Section, 292, 380, 413
  • Presidential Address by Sir William Abney
  • Kew Bridge, by Mr. C. A. Brereton, 380
  • Illustrations of Graphical Analysis, by Mr. J. Harrison, 380, 403.
  • The Equipment of the Manchester Municipal Technical Institute, by Mr. J. H. Reynolds, 80
  • Resistance of Road Vehicles to Traction, by Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw, 381, 438
  • Improvements in Locomobile Design, by Mr. T. Clarkson, 381, 846. See LETTER, Petrol Engine, 501
  • Problems of Modern Street Traffic, by Lieut.Colonel Crompton, 383
  • Small Screw Gauges, Committee Report, 34
  • Potable Waters of South-West Lancashire, by Dr. J. Campbell Brown,381, 472
  • Protective Devices for Hig-Tension Electrical Systems, by Mr. W. B. Woodhouse, 81
  • Aluminium as an Electrical Conductor, by Mr. J. B. C. Kershaw, 385
  • The Parallel Working of Alternators, by Mr. B. Hopkinson, 385, 468
  • A Method for Finding the Efficiency of Series Motors, by Professor Wilson,335
  • Electrical Propulsion as a General Mans of Transport, by Mr. James M. Shoolbred, 85
  • Twenty-Five Years' Progress in Final and Sanitary Refuse-Disposal, by Mr. W. F. Goodrich, 413
  • Mono-Railroads, by Mr. F. B. Behr, 413
  • Liquid Fuel, by Mr. A. M. Bell, 414
  • Further Experiments with the Infantry Range-Finder, by Professor George Forbes, 14
  • Water Supply in South-West Lancashire, by Mr. J. Parry, 415, 548
  • The Rainfall on the River Bann, County Down, Ireland, and at Banbridge and Lough Island Reavy Reservoir, by Mr. J. Smyth, 415
  • The Rate of Fall of Rain at Seathwaite, by Dr. H. R. Mill, 415
  • The Tidal Regime of the River Mersey, by Mr. James N. Shoolbred, 415
  • Natural Gas in Sussex, by Mr. R. Pearson, 15
  • The Effect of Traffic and Weather on Macadamised Roads, by Mr. T. Aitken, 16
  • Experiments in Gas Explooions, by Mr. L. Bairstow and Mr. A. D. Alexander, 616. See 404, 418
  • Permanent Set in Cast-Iron, Bearing on the Design of Piston-Rod Springs, by Mr. C. H. Wingfield, 410, 418. See Erratum, 429
  • Testing Steel as regards Brittleness, by Mr. E. G. Izod, 418, 431. See 525 and Iron and Steel Institute
  • Gas-Engine Explosions, by Mr. II. E. Wimpenis, 404, 418. See 616
  • Preliminary Experiments on Air Friction, by Mr. W. Odell, 418
  • Single-Phase Repulsion Motors, by Mr. W. Cramp, 419, 506
  • The Ventilation of Tube Railways, by Mr. J. W. Thomas, 419
  • A New Form of Mirror Extensometer, by Mr. J. Morrell, 419
  • Mathematical and Physical Section, 447, 491
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. C. Vernon Boys, on Radioactivity and Comets, 405, 48. See 288, 426
  • Electro-Ethereal Theory of the Velocity of Light, by Lord Kelvin, 448. See 288, 426
  • Nature of the Emanation from Radioactive Substances (Discussion), 48. See 288, 26
  • Radioactive Emanations in the Earth's Crust and Atmosphere, by Professors Elster and Geitel, 451. See 288, 426
  • Cosmical Radioact.vity, by Professor A. Schuster, 451. See 288, 426
  • Intensification of Chemical Action by the Emanation from Gold and Platinum, by Mr. G. T. Beilby, 451. See 288, 426
  • Granular and Spicular Structure in Solids, by Mr. G. T. Beilby, 451
  • Electrical Standards, Committee Report, 52
  • Electrostatic Voltmeters for Alternating Current Circuits, by Professors E. W. Marchant and G. W. Worrall, 452
  • Ballistic Galvanometers, by Mr. P. H. Powell, 452
  • The Thermo-Dynamics of Irreversible Processes, by Mr. James Swinburne, 452
  • Explosive Pressure and Rate of Combustion of Cordite, by Mr. J. E. Petavel, 452
  • Carbon and iron Arc Spectra at High Gaseous Pressures, by Professor R. S. Hutton and Mr. J. E. Petavel, 452
  • Radiation through a Foggy Atmosphere, by Professor A. Schuster, 452
  • Wave Propagation in a Dispersive Medium, Professor A. Schuster, 453
  • Spectra of Lightning, by Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer, 453
  • Comparison of the Nitrogen and the Aurora Spectra, by Dr. A. Paulsen, 453
  • * Meteorology and Astronomy Sub-Section, 53, 486. See LETTER., 730
  • Methods of Meteorological Investigation, by Dr. Shaw, 453
  • Simultaneous Solar and Terrestrial Changes, by Sir Norman Lockyer, 486
  • Rainfall in Scotland and Sun-Spot Periods, by Dr. A. Buchan, 486
  • Prominences, Sun-Spots and Corona, by Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer, 486
  • Solar Prominences and Terrestrial Magnet!sm, by Rev. A. L. Cortie, 486
  • Sun Photographs in Monochromatic Light from the Yerkes Observatory, by Mr. A. R. links, 486
  • Photographs of the Orion Nebula, by Dr. W. E. Wilson, 487
  • Was the Nova Gemini previously known as a Faint Star ?" by Professor H. II. Turner, 87
  • Eclipse Observations of Jupiter's Satellites by Professor R. A. Sampson, 487
  • The General Circulation of the Atmosphere, by Professor Ifildebrandsson, 487
  • Barometric Depression, by M. Teisserenc de Bort, 487
  • Report of the Kites Committee, by Mr. W. 1. Dines, 489
  • Kite Observations at the Blue Hill Observatory, by Mr. A. Lawrence Rotch, 489. See LETTER, 730
  • International Aeronautical Committee Report by Professor H. Hergesell, 489
  • Audibility and Meteorological Conditions, by Mr. A. L. Rotch, 490
  • Report of the Ben Nevis Committee, by Dr. A. Buchan, 490
  • Diurnal Temperature of Variations in the Sea Water of the Levant, by Dr. Buchan, 90
  • Some Rainfall Problems, by Dr. H. R. Mill, 90
  • Hair Hygrometers and Psychrometers, by Professor J. M. Pernter, 490
  • Hail-Dispersing Cannonades, by Professor Pernter, 491
  • Hear-Frost, by Dr. K. Grossman and Mr. J. Lomas, 491
  • Self-Recording Instruments, by Professor II. L. Callendar, 491.
  • Seismological Investigations, Committee Report, by Mr. J. Milne, 49 t
  • Volcanic Eruptions in the Wes; Indies, by Mr. D. Burns, 491
  • Progress of Magnetic Survey in the United States, by Dr. L. A. Bauer, 491
  • The Earth's Magnetic Energy, by Dr. Bauer, 91
  • Report of the Falmouth Observatory. Committee, by Dr. Glazebrook, 491
  • Terrestrial Magnetism in Relation to Geography, by Captain Ettrick Creak, 491
  • The Use of Vectorial Methods in Physics, by Professor O. Henrici 491
  • * Exhibition of Meteorological and Magnetic Instruments, 522
  • Chemical Section, 523, 556
  • Presidential Address by Professor Hartley, on Absorption and Emission Spectra, 523
  • Absorption Spectra and Chemical Constitution of Organic Substances, Report by Professor Hartley, 526
  • Wave-Length Tables of the Spectra of Elements and Compounds, by Dr. Marshall Watts, 523
  • Self-Induction Spectrum of Silicium, by Count Armand de Gramont, 526
  • Some Derivatives of Fluorene, by Miss I. Smedley, 526
  • Fluorescence as Related to the Constitution of Organic Substances, by Dr. J. T. Hewitt, 20
  • The Colour of Iodides, by Mr. W. Ackroyd, 23
  • Solid Hydrogen,Nitrogen, and Oxygen (Investigations Low Temperatures), by Professor J. Dewar, 526
  • The Application of Low Temperatures to the Study of Biological Problems, by Dr. MacFayden, 626
  • Atomic Latent Heats of Fusion of Metals, by Mr. Holland Crompton, 527
  • Apparatus for Determining the Latent Heat of Evaporation, by Professor J. Campbell Bro ,vne, 527
  • Freezing-Point Curves of Binary Mixtures, by Dr. J. C. Phillip, 527
  • Stead's Recent Experiments on the Causes and Prevention of Brittleness in Steel, by Professor T. Turner, 527. See 324, 325, 34, 418, 431, and Iron and Steel Institute.
  • Electric Furnace Reactions under High Gaseous Pressures, by Mr. J. E. Petavel and Mr. R. H. Hutton, 527
  • Slow Combustion of Methane and Ethane, by Dr. W. A. Bone, 527
  • Water, and Chemical Reactions between Salts, by Dr. E. P. Perman, 627
  • The Separation of Cobalt and Nickel, by Mr. R. L. Taylor, 527
  • Approximate Estimation of Minute Quantities of Arsenic in Food, especially Beer, by Mr. W. Thomson, 527
  • Cause of Lustre Produced on Mercerising Cotton under Tension, by Mr. J. Hubner and Professor W. J. Pope, 527
  • The Theory of Dyeing, by Professor G. von Georgivics, 528
  • The Properties of the Mai-Stone, by Professor H. C. White, 528
  • Reduction of Nitrate by Sewage, by Professor E. A Letts and Messrs. B. F. Blake and J. S. Stotton, 628
  • Organic Compounds, Reports by Committees, &c., 556
  • Duty-Free Alcohol for Scientific Research, Report by Sir Henry Roscae, 556
  • * Economic Section.
  • Economic Science and Statistics, Presidential Address by Mr. E. IV. Braybrook, 557
  • The Growth of Municir al Rates, by Dr. G. W. Ginsburg, 537
  • Depreciation and Sinking Funds in Municipal Undertakings, by Mr. S. H. Turner, 57
  • The Wealth of the Empire, and How it Should be Used, by Sir Robert Gillen, 557
  • Other Papers, 659
  • British Columbian Coal and Iron, 223
  • British Consuls and Commerce, 190
  • British and Foreign Crane Contract Prices, 763
  • British and German Industries, 498
  • British Isles, Rainfall in, 783
  • British Railways and their Competitors, 287, 55. See 360
  • British Railway Construction, 227, 259
  • British Railways, 762
  • British Trade Marks in China, 191
  • British Trade in South Africa, 819. See 683
  • British versus United States Built Locomotives, 62
  • British Warships. See Warships
  • Brittleness in Steel, Stead's Recent Experiments
  • on the Causes and Prevention of, 527. See 18, 431. See Iron and Steel Institute
  • Brittleness of Steel, 324, 325, 334, 418, 431, 527, 28
  • Brittlenes3, Testing Steel as Regards, 418, 431
  • Brown, Professor J. Campbell, on Potable Waters in South-West Lancashire, 472. See 84
  • Brunck Coke-Ovens, 345, 469
  • Buckton's Well-House Foundry, 181
  • Buenos Ayres Railways, 572
  • Buhl Band-Saw Filing Machine, 780
  • Buildings, Station ; London and Brighton Railway, 855
  • Bulkhead Doors, Hydraulically-Worked, StoneLloyd System, 624
  • Bullivant Wire Ropeway, 723
  • Bursting of Emery Wheels, 282. See 222, 216
  • By-Products, Utilisation of, 289
  • Cable Companies, Submarine, 83, 259, 779
  • Cableway at Queen's Ferry, Flint, 728
  • Cable Works, Oralock's, 180
  • Caisson-Sinking, Electric Derrick Cranes for, 35
  • Calais and Dover Steamer, Turbine, 20
  • Caledonian Railway, Six-Wheel Coupled Passenger Locomotive for, 399
  • Callendar and Oban Railway Extension ; Connel Ferry Bridge, 139
  • Calorimetry, Air, Testing of Electric Generators by, 770, 813
  • Canada, Patents in, 602
  • Canadian Railway Economics ; Grand Trunk, 542
  • Canadian Railway Expansion, 91
  • Canal Engineering, 2, 28
  • Canal, Indian Ship, 225
  • Cane Hill Asylum Work 5, London and Brighton Railway, 755
  • Cannonades, Hail-Dispersing, 491
  • Cantilever Bridge at Connel Ferry ; Callendar and Oban Railway, 139
  • Cape Government Railways, 160
  • Cape Mail Steamers, " Armadale Castle," 780
  • Capital, Foreign, in Japan, 839
  • Capped Projectiles and the Balance of Power, 739
  • Capped Shell, 533
  • Capper,Professor D. S , on a Recent Development Gas-Engines, 814
  • Capstan Lathes. See Machine-Tools
  • Capstan, The Fives-Lille Electric, 505
  • Capstan and Windlass Gear, Napier, on T.S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm IL," 37
  • Car, Railway Motor, for the Paris-Orleans Railway Company, 560
  • Carbide of Iron, Acetylene, Generated by Filing Steel, 605
  • Carbon and Iron Arc Spectra at High Gaseous Pressures, 452
  • Carnegie, Andrew, on Iron and Steel, 315
  • Carriage and Locomotive Works ; Great Northern Railway, 178
  • Carriage, Railway Saloon, for the " Sud Express," 29
  • Carriage Spring Seat, 673
  • Carriages, Railway, Self-Propelled, 355. See 287, 60
  • Carriages. See Car, Motor-Cars, Railway, and Tramways
  • Cask, Automatic, Registering and Counting Machine, Forsyth's, 530. See Erratum, 564
  • Cast-Iron, Bearing on the Design of Piston-Rod Springs, Permanent Set in, 400, 418. See Erratum, 429
  • Cast-Steel Cement ; Amalgams Company, 293, 27, 430, 465, 502, 540
  • Casting of 27-Ft. Steel Cylinders, 628
  • Casting Temperatures on Alloys, Influence of, 31, 263
  • Castings Finished on Automatic Screw Machines, 14
  • Castle Liners, South African, 780
  • Catalogue of Books on Useful Arts, Newcastle Library, 98
  • Catalogues, 106, 137, 147, 214, 315, 319, 440, 474, 17, 582, 784, 850, 879
  • Cavitation in Lubrication, The Occurrence of, 12
  • Cement, Testing the Soundness of, 706
  • Cements, Steel Amalgams Company, 293, 327, 30, 465, 502, 540
  • Cementation, Alleged, of Iron and Silicon, 108
  • Central Station Condensing Plant, 73, 141
  • Central Station Fuel Consumption, 176, 200. See Letters, 247, 293, 327
  • Central Stations. See also Electrical
  • Centrifugal Fans for Induced Draught, Tests of, 10, 862
  • Centrifugal Machines, 298
  • Centrifugal Pumps ; Efficiency Tests, 719, 745. See LETTER, 763
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Spindle Packing for, 548
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Steam-Turbine-Driven, for High Lifts, 9, 32. See LETTER, 86
  • Centrifugals, Weston Water-Driven, 248
  • Ceylon Railways, 872
  • "Challenger," H.M.S., Steam Trials of, 394
  • Channel Steamer, the Modern Express, for Short Passages, 5, 30
  • Channel Steamer, Turbine T.S., "The Queen," 0
  • Channel Steamers, 22, 67
  • Channel Steamers with Parsons Turbine, 43, 48, 01. See LETTER, 87
  • Channel Steamers, Turbine-Driven, for the Midland Railway, 158
  • Channel Turbine Steamer " Brighton," 325
  • Chaplin, The late Alexander, 807
  • Charlottenburg, Prussian Technical Testing Station at, 226
  • Charlottenburg, The Reichsanstalt at, 617. See 26, 268
  • Chasing Lathe, Motor-Driven, 420
  • Chassiron Lighthouse, Acetylene Gas Plant at (French), 528
  • ChMsis. See Motor-Cars
  • Chemical Action by the Emanation from Gold and Platinum, Intensification of, 451
  • Chemical Analysis of Water from Softeners, 858, 76
  • Chemical Constitution of Organic Substances and Absorption Spectra, 526
  • Chemical Fire-Engine, Fire-Escape, and HoseCart Combined, 314
  • Chemical Section at the British Association, 523, 56
  • Chemical Waste, Utilisation of, 289
  • Chemical Works Act in 1902, 172
  • Chemistry, Applied, International Congress for, 6, 71, 109
  • Chemistry, Electro-, 650
  • Chemistry, Electro-, Text-Book, 169
  • Chester-le-Street, Boiler Explosion at, 230
  • Chilian Warships " Libertad" and " Constitucion," 803, 842
  • China, British Trade Marks in, 191
  • China-Clay Situation, 393
  • China, Foreign Trade of, 463
  • China ; Hong Kong Trade, 318
  • Chirnside, Boiler Explosion at, 262
  • Chlorine Smelting with Electrolysis, 155
  • Chloroform in Air,103
  • Circuits, Electrostatic Volt-Meters for Alternating Current, 452
  • Circulating-Putups of the T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II," 376
  • Circulation of the Atmosphere, the General, 487

Civil Engineers, Conference of Institution of:

1 See preceding volume.

  • Section II -Harbours, Docks, and Canals, 1
  • The Modern Equipment of Docks, with
  • Special Reference to Hydraulic and Electric Appliances, by Mr. Walter Pitt, 1, 28
  • Recent Improvements in Canal Engineering, by Mr. Gerald Fitzgibbon, 2, 28
  • Section IV.-Mining and Metallurgy, 4
  • The Continuous Method of Open-Hearth Steel-Making, by Mr. B. Talbot, 4, 29
  • Alloys of Nickel and Steel, by Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 4, 29
  • Dangerous Crystallisation of Mill Steel and Wrought Iron, by Professor Arnold, 4, 30
  • Section V.-Shipbuilding, 5
  • The Modern Express Steamer for Short Passages, by Mr. A. E. Seaton, 5, 30
  • Steam Turbines, by Professor Rateau, 6, 2, 105
  • Harbour Dues and Charges, by Mr. H. H. West, 8
  • Section VI. - Water Works, Sewerage, and Gas Works, 8
  • Bacterial Treatment of Water and Sewage, Up-to-Date, by Professor Percy Frankland, , 32
  • Steam-Turbine-Driven Centrifugal Pumps for High Lifts, by Mr. C. W. Darley, 9, 32. See LETTER, 86
  • The Raising of Water by Compressed Air, by Mr. Percy Griffith, 10, 33
  • Section VII.-Applications of Electricity, 11
  • High-Speed Electric Traction on Railways by Mr. J. W. Jacomb Hood, 11, 31
  • The Position and Protection of Third Rail on Electric Railways, by Mr. William E. Langdon, 11, 34
  • Erratum, 58

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • Presidential Address, by Sir W. II. White, 31, 678, 713. See 701. See LErrza, 803
  • Tensile Tests of Mild Steel and the Relation of Elongation to the Size of the Test-Bars, by Professor W. C. Unwin, 671
  • The Distribution of Mean and Extreme Annual Rainfall over the British Isles, by Mr. Hugh Robert Mill, 783
  • Deposits in Pipes and other Channels conveying Potable Water, by Professor C. Campbell Brown, 840
  • The Purification of Water Highly Charged with Vegetable Matter, with Special Reference to the Effect of Aeration, by Mr. Osbert Chadwick and Mr. Bertram Blount, 10
  • Conference of the Institution. See Civil Engineers, Conference of
  • Clark, H. Ade, on the Diesel Oil-Engine, 156, 165, 96. See LETTERS, 247, 293
  • Clarkson, Thomas, on Developments in Automobile Construction, 846. See 381 and LETTER, 01
  • Clay Situation, China-, 93
  • Cleaning of Structural Metal-Work, 501
  • Cleansing Streets, Horse versus Motor Traction for, 393
  • Cleveland Iron. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Cleveland and Northern Counties, Notes from, 7, 51, 95, 120, 160, 185, 218, 250, 284, 318, 352, 89, 423, 457, 503, 531, 565, 607, 629, 662, 698, 33, 767, 800, 833, 875
  • Clutch, New Form of Friction, 163, 176
  • Coal and Coke, American, 535
  • Coal Combine, South Wales Anthracite, 704
  • Coal Consumption Tests of Furness Railway Locomotives, 434. See 324
  • Coal, Gas. See Gas
  • Coal in India, 668
  • Coal and Iron, British Columbian, 223
  • Coal and Iron Industry, Russian, 53S
  • Coal-Mine, Silesia, Borsig's, 480
  • Coal, Ne iv South Wales, 358
  • Coal Prcduction and Consumption, 666
  • Coal Production in Japan, 804
  • Coal on Siberian Railway, 807
  • Coal Storage under Water, 324
  • Coaling Ships, 715
  • Coaling Steamers for the Navy, 104
  • Coates and Co., Limited, Victor, Works of, 792. See also 726, 874
  • Cobalt and Nickel, Separation of, 527
  • Cochrane, The late William, 807
  • Coke and Coal, American, 535
  • Coke-Handling in French Gas Works, 74
  • Coke Manufacture Stamping Machine at Borsig's, 479
  • Coke-Oven Practice, The Regulation of the Combustion of, 345, 469
  • Coke-Wagon, Bogie, 828
  • College, Naval, in Isle of Wight, 392
  • College. See also Technical College, University, London, Engineering Department at, 93
  • College, Yorkshire, 181
  • Colleges and Technical Education, 542
  • Colliery, Altoft's, 180
  • Coliery Electrical Practice and Manual, 754
  • Colliery, International, Exhibition, 25
  • Collis, W. B., on the Newcomen Engine, 613. See 552, 557, 611, 616
  • Collisions. See Railway Accidents .
  • Colonial Expansion, Portents of, 567
  • Colonial Railway Administration during the Crisis, 603, 632. See also Railways
  • Colour of Iodides, 526
  • Columbian Coal and Iron, 223
  • Columns for Bridges. See London and Brighton Railway Widening
  • Combine, Coal, South Wales Anthracite, 704
  • Combine of Swedish Iron Ore Companies, 257
  • Combines. See Treats
  • Combustion in Coke-Oven Practice, The Regulation of, 345, 469
  • Combustion, Slow, of Methane and Ethane, 527
  • Comets and Radioactivity, 288, 405, 426, 448
  • Commerce and Consuls, 190
  • Commercial Education, 703
  • Commission Agents and the Law, 806
  • Commission, Royal, on Trade Disputes, 92
  • Companies, American Street Railway, 158
  • Companies. Combine of Swedish Iron Ore, 257
  • Companies' Liabilities. See Legal Compensation Act. See Workmen's Compensation Act
  • Compensation Act, Workmen's Fees to Medical Men under, 633
  • Compensation Act, Workmen's. See Legal Compensation,,,The Law of, 499
  • Competition, Foreign, for Tramway Station Engines, 632
  • Composition of Tramway Rails, 773
  • Compound Engines. See Engines
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Compound Metals, 873
  • Compounds, Organic, 556
  • Compressed Air for Raising Water from Wells, 0, 33, 675. See LErms, 708, 729, 809
  • Compressor, Air, Boreas, 713
  • Compulsory Purchase. See Legal
  • Concrete Tunnel for Underground Electric Railway, 574
  • Condenser of T.S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II." 376
  • Condensing, Evaporating, and Cooling Apparatus, 684
  • Condensing Plant, 73, 141, 824
  • Condensing Plant at Berlin, 824
  • Condensing Surface Plant, Longton, Staffordshire, 314
  • Conduction of Electricity Through Gases, 822
  • Conductivity Curves of Tungsten Alloys, 324, 30, 366
  • Conductivity, Heat, of Steam-Pipe Coverings, 71
  • Conductivity of Metals, Electric and Thermal, 47
  • Conductor, Electrical, Aluminium as an,385
  • Conference of Institution of Civil Egineers.
  • See Civil Engineers
  • Congress, Engineering. See Civil Engineers
  • Congress of Hygiene, International, at Brussels, 5
  • Congress, Industrial Property, 460
  • Congress, International, for Applied Chemistry, 0, 71, 109
  • Congress for Prevention of Fire, 93, 127. See 265
  • Congress, Trades Union, 391
  • Connel Ferry Bridge ; Callendar and Oban Railway, 139
  • " Constitution " and " Libertad," Chilian Warships, 803, 842
  • Construction, Furnace, Some Neglected Points in, 805
  • Consuls and Commerce, 190
  • Consulting Engineers and Engineers, 459
  • Consumption, Coal, Tests of Furness Railway
  • Locomotives, 434. See 324
  • Consumption and Production of Coal, 666
  • Consumption of Steam Turbines, 153. See Limn., 247
  • Contracting-Out Schemes, Alternative to the Workmen's Compensation Act, 256
  • Contracts for Tramway Rails, 773
  • Converters. See Electric
  • Conveyor, Cupola Slag, 302
  • Conveyors of Coke in French Gas Works, 74
  • Cooling,. Condensing, and Evaporating Apparatus, 684
  • Cooling-Tower for Condenser Plant, 73, 141
  • Copper, Effect of Impurities on, 753
  • Copper in Italy, 809
  • Copper Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Copper Production, American, 54
  • Copper Situation, 6G2
  • Copper Works, Leeds, 209
  • Cordite, Explosive Pressure and Rate of Combustion of, 452
  • Corliss 3000-Horse-Power Engines for Tramways, 25
  • Corona), Sun-Spots and Prominences, 486
  • Cosmical Radioactivity, 451. See 288, 426. See also Radium.
  • Cost of Glasgow Corporation Telephone System, 53 See also Glasgow Telephones
  • Cost of Power, 706
  • Cost of Power in France, 571
  • Cost, Relative, of Public Lighting by Gas and by
  • Electricity, 160, 687
  • Costs, Works, Generating Stations, 176, 200. See
  • LETTERS) 247, 293, 327
  • Cotton Industry in India, and Japan, 154
  • * Cotton, Mercerising, Cause of Lustre Produced
  • on, Under Tension, 527
  • Counting and Registering, Cask, Automatic
  • Machine, Forsyth's, 630. See Erratum, 561
  • Coupling, Lindqvist Safety, for Shafts, 195
  • Covered Way ; London and Brighton Railway
  • Widening, 755
  • Covering Ship Propeller Blades, 260
  • Coverings for Steam-Pipes, Experiments on Heat
  • Conductivity, 171
  • Crabtree, John H., on the Newcomen Engine, 13. See 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Cradock's Steel Rope Works, 180
  • Craig Goch Lake ; Birmingham Water Works, 94
  • Cramp, William, on Single-Phase Repulsion
  • Motors, 606. See 419
  • Crane Contract Prices, British and Foreign. 763
  • Crane, Railway Permanent-Way, Cape Government, 709
  • Cranes, Electric, 24
  • Cranes, Electric Derrick, for Caisson-Sinking, 85
  • Cranes at the Fore River Ship and Engine
  • Works, Quincy, Mass , 347
  • Cranes, Hydraulic versus Electric, for Docks, 1, 8
  • Cranes for Re-Roofing Shops, 744
  • Cranes. See also Electric
  • Crankshaft of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 444
  • Creditors, Employers and Workmen's, 561, 571
  • " Crewe " System of Electrically-Operated Railway Points and Signals, 79
  • Cruisers, Merchant, with Housing Propellers, 14, 1. See Denim, 58
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Cruse Controllable Superheater, 215
  • Crystalline Steel, the Restoration of Dangerously, 24, 334. See 325, 418, 431, 527
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Photomicrographs
  • Crystallisation, Dangerous, of Mild Steel and
  • Wrought Iron, 4, 30
  • " Cumberland," H.M.S., Steam Trials of, 364
  • Cumberland Ore-Mines Under the Sea, 324, 345, 65
  • Cunard Line ; Subsidies for Atlantic Liners, 187.
  • See 53
  • Cupola Slag Conveyor, 802
  • Curtis Steam Turbine, The Future of, 153. See
  • LETTER, 247
  • Curtis Turbine for Marine Propulsion, 394, 806
  • Cutting Machine, India-Rubber, Automatic, 659
  • Cycle and Motor-Car Show, National, 739
  • Cycles at the Stanley Show, 728
  • Cylinder, Steel Hydraulic, 27-Ft., 528
  • Cylinder and Valve Sections of T.-S.S. " Kaiser
  • Wilhelm II.," 341
  • Cylindric Mechanism, A New, 777
  • Dairy Machinery, 24
  • Dam, Craig Goch Lake, Birmingham Water Works, 494
  • Damage by Gale to Dover Harbour Works, 394
  • Damages for Wrongful Dismissal, 536
  • Darley, C. W., on Steam-Turbine-Driven Centrifugal Pumps for High Lifts, 9, 32. See LETTER, 6
  • Davey, Henry, . on the Newcomen Engine, 652, 57, 611, 616
  • Davies, Stuart H., on the Design of Works for
  • Bacterial Treatment of Sewage, 500
  • Deal and Dover Measured Mile, 634
  • Debt, Municipal, 631. See LETTERS, 214, 395, 30, 502, 573, 606, 625, and Glasgow Corporation, &c.
  • Decimal System. See Metric System
  • Deck Plans of T.-S.S. "Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 37
  • Decking for Bridges. See Bridges, London and
  • Brighton Railway Widening
  • Deep-Sea Erosion, 129, 349
  • Deep-Sea Observation ; Momentary Relief of
  • Great Pressure, 429
  • Definition, of an Accident 869
  • Definition of a Workman, 143
  • Deflection Bars, Magnetometer, The Bending of, 37
  • Departures in British Navy, 392
  • Deposits in Pipes and the Purification of Water,
  • Depreciation and Sinking Fund, Municipal, 631.
  • See LETTERS, 214, 395, 430, 502, 573, 606, 625,
  • and Glasgow Corporation, &c.
  • Depreciation and Sinking Funds in Municipal
  • Undertakings, 557
  • Depression, Barometric, 487
  • Derailment at Kirkdale, 185
  • Derailments. See also Railway Accidents
  • Derivatives of Fluorine, Some, 526
  • Derrick Cranes, Electric, for Caisson-Sinking, 85
  • Design, Improvements in Locomobile, 381, 846.
  • See LETTER, 501
  • Design and Manufacture of War Munitions, 321
  • Design of Racing Yachts, 464
  • De842sign of Warships, British Admiralty and, 803,
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Destructors, Refuse, 413
  • Destructors, Refuse ; Leeds Corporation Works, 80
  • Detachable Petrol-Motor for Boat - Propulsion
  • (French), 530
  • Development of Yokohama, 292
  • Devices, Protective, for High-Tension Electrical
  • Systems, 384
  • D'Eyncourt, E. H. T., on Fast Coaling-Ships for
  • our Navy, 104
  • Diagram of Traffic Progress; London and Brighton
  • Railway, 586
  • Diagrams of Metal Prices, 26, 192, 327, 466, 638, 7
  • Diaphragms for Electrolysis, 268
  • Die-Forging Hammers, 017, 635. See ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Diesel Oil-Engine, 166, 165, 196. See LETTERS, 47, 293
  • Differential Indicator Springs, 675
  • Direct United States Cable Company, Limited, 69. See 83, 779
  • Directories. See also LITERATURE
  • Directory, Matriculation, 598
  • * Directory of Railway Officials, Universal, 211
  • Directory of Technical Schools, 191
  • Diseases of Steel, 346
  • Dismissal, Wrongful, Damages for, 636
  • Dispersive Medium, Wave Propagation in a, 453
  • Disputes, Trade, Royal Commission on, 92
  • Distillation of Metals in Quartz Vessels, 706
  • Distribution of Sewage on Bacteria Beds, 267
  • Distribution of the Year's New Naval Work, 670
  • Diurnal Temperature Variations in the SeaWater of the Levant, 490
  • Dock Dues and Charges, 8
  • Dock, Graving, at Kawasaki Dockyard, Kobe,
  • Japan, 112
  • Docks, Belfast, 99
  • Docks, Equipment of, Hydraulic versus Electric, , 28
  • Docks, Fire Prevention at Manchester Ship Canal, 66
  • Docks, Harbours, Waterways, and Pier Schemes
  • in Parliament, 788
  • Doctor's Fees under Workmen's Compensation
  • Act, 833
  • " Dominion?" H.M.S., 291
  • Doors of Ships, Bulkhead Hydraulically-Worked,
  • Stone-Lloyd System, 624
  • Double-Acting Petrol Engines, 501
  • Dover and Calais Steamer, Turbine, 20
  • Dover Harbour Works ; Damage by Gale, 394
  • Downie's Dead-Lift Valve, 467
  • Drainage Land, 554
  • Draining Water from Mines. 227
  • Draught, Induced, by Centrifugal Fans, Tests
  • of, 510
  • Draught, Mechanical, Power Station with, at
  • Berlin, 824, 862
  • Drilltd versus Punched Holes in Ships' Hulls, 6, 59
  • Drilling-Machines. See Machine-Tools
  • Drills, Rock, Fern's " Challenge " Sharpener
  • for, 562
  • Driving, Electric, in Workshops, 19
  • Drop-Forging Hammers, 617, 685. see ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Drying-Machine for Coke in French Gas Works, 4
  • Dublin Harbour Works, 45
  • Duddon Estuary, Iron Ore under, 245, 265, 324
  • Dunn, Hugh S., on the Newcomen Engine, 615.
  • • See 552, 677, 611, 616
  • Dust Fall of February, 1903, and its Origin, 708
  • Dutch Torpedo Boat, Electric Lighting for, 149
  • Duty-Free Alcohol for Scientific Research, 556
  • Dyeing, The Theory of, 528
  • Dynamometric Tests of Road Vehicles, 381, 438
  • Dynamos. See Electric
  • Earthing of Electric Transformers, 706.
  • Earthquakes, 491
  • Earth's Crust and Atmosphere, Radioactive
  • Emanations in the, 451. See 288, 426
  • Earth's Magnetic Energy, The, 491
  • Eastern Extension, Australasian, and China Telegraph Company, Limited, 779. See 83, 259
  • Eastern Railway of France, The Train Lighting on, 386
  • Eastern Telegraph Company, Limited, 259. See 3, 779 •
  • Eborall, A. C., on Three-Phase Switch Gear, 409, 43, 482, 516. See LzrrEas
  • Eclipse Observations of Jupiter's Satellites, 487
  • Economic Conditions of Japan, 871
  • Economic Science and Statistics, 557
  • Economiser Works, Green's, 180
  • Economy of Fuel in Generating Stations, 176, 00. See LETTERS, 247, 293, 327
  • Edison Accumulator for Automobiles, 814
  • Education of Apprentices, 839
  • Education, Commercial, 703
  • Education, Engineering, and the Services, 835
  • Education, Engineering, at University College,
  • London, 93
  • Education of Engineers, 59
  • Education and English Industries, 542
  • Education and the Institution of Civil Engineers, 635
  • Education. See also Technical Education, Apprenticeship, and College
  • Education, Technical, The Appreciation of, 671
  • Education, Technical, Great Western Railway
  • Company and, 328
  • Effect of the Taff Vale Railway Case, 807
  • Effect of Wind on Roofs, 508. See LErrRits, 540, 06, 671
  • Efficiency of Series Motors, A Method for Finding
  • the, 385
  • Ehrhardt, H., on the Manufacture of Weldless
  • Steel Pipes and Shells, 402. See 345
  • Ejector Condensers, 73, 141
  • Ejector, Hydraulic, and Fire-Prevention Pipes,
  • Manchester Ship Canal Docks, 265

Electric.

  • See also Electrical Engineers, Institution of, and Civil Engineers' Conftrence, Section VII.
  • Accumulator, Edison, for Automobiles, 814
  • Accumulator, Lead, 829
  • Air-Compressor (Boreal), ElectricallyDriven, 713
  • Alternators (Dick, Kerr, and Co.), 598
  • Alternators, Parallel Working of, 385, 468
  • Alternators, Testing; by Air Calorimetry, 770, 13
  • Aluminium as a Conductor, 385
  • Armature Boring and Turning Mill, 217
  • Atmosphere, Electrifying the, 744
  • Batteries. See Accumulators
  • Boring-Machine, Motor-Driven, 184
  • Capstan, Fives-Lille Electric, 505
  • Cars. See Motor-Cars
  • Central Station Condensing Plant, 73, 141, 824
  • Central Station Fuel Consumption, 176, 200.
  • See LETTERS, 247, 293, 827
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Electrically - Driven,
  • Efficiency Tests of, 719, 745
  • Chlorine Smelting by Electrolysis, 155
  • Colliery Electrical Practice (A Manual), 754
  • Conduction of Electricity through Gases, 822
  • Conductivity of Metals, 647
  • Continuous-Current Motors, 554
  • Costs, Works, Generating Stations, 170, 200.
  • See LETTERS, 247, 293, 327
  • Cranes, 24
  • Cranes, Derrick, for Caisson-Sinking, 385
  • Cranes at Fore River Works, 347
  • Cranes, Hydraulic versus Electric, for Dock, , 28
  • " Crewe" System of Electrically Operated
  • Railway Points and Signals, 79
  • Discharges, Direct and Oscillatory, 872
  • Dock Equipment, Hydraulic versus Electric, , 28
  • Driving Machine-Tools. See Machine Tool
  • Dynamo Construction and Electric Wiring
  • (German Text-Book), 310
  • Dynamos and Motors, Continuous-Current, 15
  • Dynamos. See also Alternators and
  • Generators
  • Electricity, Private Supply of, 124
  • Electra-Chemistry, 56, 71. 109
  • Electrolysis of hlorine, 165
  • Electrolysis Diaphragms, 258
  • Electrolysis, The P, esent Position of the
  • Theory of, 650
  • Electrol tic Apparatus, 292
  • Elevators. See Lifts
  • Engine. Oil, with Dynamo, 13
  • Fire on Paris Railway-, 223. See LETTER, 214
  • Fren..h Text-Book, 276
  • Frequencies and Pressures, Standard, h04
  • Furnace Reactions under High Gasecus
  • Pressures, 527
  • Galvanometers, Ballistic, 452
  • Gas-Driven Lighting Plant at Tunis, 420
  • Generators (Dick. Kerr, and Co ), 598
  • Generators and Motors ; Starting and Contr 'fling Apparatus, 515
  • Generators, Testing of, by Air Calorimetry, 70, 813
  • German Electrical Progress, 568. See 497
  • Grinding Machine, El. etrically Driven, 312
  • Handling of Coke in French Gas Works, 74
  • Hydro-Electric Installation at Rossie Priory,
  • Perthshire, 281. 560
  • Insulating Compositions. Bitumen in, 829
  • Lift Gear, 661. See LETTER, 809
  • Lifts, Passenger and Goods, 280
  • Light, Electric, Theory of, 448. See 288, 426
  • Light and Power Station at Berlin, with Mechanical Draught, 824, 862
  • Lighti. g Plant for Dutch Torpedo-Boat, 149
  • Lighting Plsnt, Tunis, 420
  • Lighting and Power Schemes in Parliament, 87
  • Lighting and Power; Station Leeds Corporation Works, 180
  • Lighting, Public, Cost of Gas versus Electricity, 160, 637
  • Lighting and Tramway Schemes, Progress of, 11
  • Magnet Case, Boring, Facing and Recessing Machine, 246
  • Magnetic North Pole, 603
  • Magnetism of Basalt when Heated, 637
  • Magnetism and Electricity, 477
  • Magnetometer Deflection Bars, The Bending
  • of, 637
  • Meters, Volt, Electrostatic, for Alternating
  • Currents, 452
  • Monophase Electric Railway Traction in
  • Berlin, 631. See Motors
  • Motor Care, 385
  • Motor-Driven Chasing Lathe, 420
  • Motors, Continuous Current, 554
  • Motors, Def cts, Causes and Insurance of, 498
  • Motors and Dynamos, Continuous Current, 15
  • Motors and Generators ; Starting and Controlling Apparatus. 516
  • Motors, Repulsion, Single-Phase, 419, 606
  • Motors, Series, Efficienc) of, 385
  • Motors, Single-Phase, for Railways, 392. See
  • LETTER, 464
  • Municipal Accounts and Audits, 631. See
  • Larrsas, 214, 395, 430, 502, 5/3, 606, 625,
  • and Glasgow Corporation, &c.
  • Municipal Electric Schemes and their Influence on Industry, 711
  • Municipal Undertakings, Depreciation of, 557
  • Power and its Application, Mr. R. K. Gray's
  • Address, 711, 749 .
  • Power and Lighting Schemes in Parliament, 87. See also Lighting
  • Power Plant with Mechanical Draught at
  • Berlin, 824, 862
  • Power Station, Manhattan, New York,
  • Large, 463
  • Pressures and Frequencies, Standard, €04
  • Protective Devices for High-Tension Syste.as, 84
  • Railway Points and Signals, " Crewe "
  • System of Operating. 79
  • Railway Power Act, 570
  • Rail‘A ay and Tramway Progress in America, 26, 301
  • Railway Signalling, Westinghouse ElectroGas System, 7ti0
  • Railway Traction, High-Speed, 604
  • Railway Traction in Berlin, Monophase, 634
  • Railways, Single-Phase Motor for, 392. See
  • LETTER, 464, and Motors
  • Railways, Suburban, 670
  • Railways, Traction on, 11, 34
  • Railways and Trams, 287, 355. See 360
  • Railways, Underground, Ventilation of, 419
  • Report of Committee on Standards, 452
  • Saw-Bench, Portable, Electrically-Driven, 61
  • Secondary Batteries. See Accwmulators
  • St. Marylebone Borough and Electric Finance, 462
  • Standard Pressures and Frequencies, 604
  • Strobographic Methods, 837
  • Telegraphy, 748
  • Telephone System, Glasgow Corporation,
  • Cost of, 357, 462, 537, 603, 853. See LErrEas
  • Tercentenary of Dr. Gilbert, 839
  • Text-Book on Electrical Engineering, 754
  • Thermostat, 812
  • Third Rail, Pcsition of, 11, 84
  • Three-Phase Switch Gear, 409, 443, 482, 516
  • See LETTERS
  • Traction on Railways, 11, 34, 385
  • * Elect ric—continued.
  • Tramway Companies in America, 158
  • Tramway and Lighting Scheme Progress, 711
  • Tramway and Railway Progress in America, 26, 301
  • Tramway Station, Engines for the London
  • County Council, 632
  • Trainways, British versus American, 226.
  • See 301
  • Tramways, Newcastle, 3000 - Horse - Power
  • Triple-Expansion Engines for, 725, 874
  • Tramways versus Railways, 287, 355. See 60
  • Transformers, The Earthing of, 706
  • Voltmeters, Electrostatic, 452
  • Winch for H.M. Yacht "Victoria and Albert," 385. See Erratum, 412
  • Wiring (German Text-Book), 310
  • Works Costs, Generating Stations, 176, 200.
  • See LErrisks, 247, 293, 327
  • Workshop Driving, 19
  • Zambesi Power Scheme, 324

Electrical Engineers, Institut ion of: 29

  • Applications of Electricity in Engineering
  • and Shipbuilding Works, by Mr. A. D.
  • Williamson, 19
  • Inaugural Address, by Mr. Robert Kaye
  • Gray, President, 670, 711, 748
  • Testing Electrical Generators by Air Calorimetry, by Mr. R. Threlfall, 770, 813
  • The Edison Accumulator for Automobiles,
  • by Mr. W. Hibbert, 814
  • Strobographic Methods, by M. E. Hospitaller, 837
  • The Gilbert Tercentenary, 839
  • Electrical Conductor, Aluminium as an, 385
  • Electrical Engineering, Elementary Text-Book of, 54
  • Electrical Engineers, The Scope of the Institution of, 729
  • Electrical Industries, German, 568. See 497
  • Electrical, Ironmongery and Hardware Trades
  • Exhibition, 126
  • Electrical Propulsion as a General Means of Transport, 3s5
  • Electrical Standards, Committee Report, 452
  • Electrical Systems, Protective Devices for High
  • Tension, 384
  • Electricity and Magnetism, 477
  • Electricity on Suburban Railways, 670
  • Electrifying the Atmosphere, 744
  • Electro-Chemistry Teat-Book, 169
  • Electro-Ethereal Theory of the Velocity of Light,
  • . 448. See 288, 426
  • Electro-Gas (Westinghouse) System of Railway
  • Signalling, 760
  • Electro-Mechanical Construction, Elements of, 11
  • Electrolysis, Chlorine-Smelting with, 155
  • Electrolysis, Diaphragms for, 259
  • Electrolysis, The Present Position of the Theory of, 650
  • Electrolytic Apparatus, 292
  • Electrostatic Voltmeters for Alternating-Current Circuits, 452
  • Elevated Railways, 132. See LETTERS, 86, 159
  • Elevators for Coke in French Gas Works, 71
  • Elevators. See Lifts
  • Emanation from Gold and Platinum, Intensification of Chemical Action by, 461
  • Emanation from Radioactive Substances, Nature of the, 448. See 288, 426
  • Emanations. Radioactive, in the Earth's Crust
  • and Atmosphere, 451. See 288, 426
  • Emanations, Radium, 288. See 405, 426, 418
  • Embankment for Craig Goch Lake ; Birmingham
  • Water Works 494
  • Emery Grinding Machinery, 556. See also
  • Grinding Machines
  • Emery Wheels, Safe Speeds of, 222. See 246, 82
  • Emett, Frederick W., on American Bridges on
  • the Uganda Railway, 249
  • Eminent Men ; The Uses of Publicity, 665. See
  • LETTER, 708
  • Emission and Absorption Spectra, 523
  • Empire, The Wealth of the, and its Use, 557
  • Employers aad Workmen's Creditors, 561, 571.
  • See also Legal
  • Engine, Blowing, Westinghouse Compound, 797
  • Engine Defects and their Causes, 498
  • Engine, Fire, Chemical, Fire-Escape, and HoseCart Combined, 314 • Engine, Fire, Steam (Merryweather), 796
  • Engine, Gas, Explosions, 404, 418. See 616
  • Engine, Gas, KOrting, 700-Horse-Power DoubleActing, 596
  • Engine, High-Speed, Lefevre' Four-Cylinder, 280
  • Engine, Marine, Triple-Cylinder, 420
  • Engine, New Cylindric Mechanism, 777
  • Engine, Oil, 13
  • Engine, Oil, Diesel, 156, 165, 193. See LErrEks, 17, 293
  • Engine, Oil, with Dynamo, 13
  • Engine, Oil, Fielding, 759
  • Engine, Griffin Marine-Type Hydro•Oil, 117
  • Engine, Oil Tractor, 13
  • Engine, Oil Tractor (Hornsby), 842
  • Engine, Petrol, for Boat-Propulsion, Detachable
  • (French), 530
  • Engine, Petrol. See also Motor-Car
  • Engine-Room Arrangement of T.-S.S. " Kaiser
  • Wilhelm II.," 276
  • Engine Shafts. See Shafts
  • Engine, Steam, Elementary Treatise on. 755
  • Engine, Steam Packing, 874. See Packing
  • Engine, Traction (Garrett), 873
  • Engine, Traction, Military (Elornsby), 812
  • Engine, Traction, Oil, 13
  • Engines, Double-Acting Petrol, 501
  • Engine, Entropy or Thermodynamics of, 271, 305, 37, 373. See 452
  • Engines, Gas, 844
  • Engines, Gas ; Experiments in Gas Explosion, 16. See 404, 418
  • Engines, Gas, for Marine Purposes, 079. See
  • LETTER, 808
  • Engines, Kinematics of, 556
  • Engines for the London County Council Tramway Station, 632
  • * Engines, Newcomen, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Engines, Oil, Bertheau, for Motor-Boat (Thorny.
  • croft), 626
  • Engines, Oil, at Smithfield Club Show,805
  • Engines, Propelling, Elevation Plan ad Sections
  • of T.-S.S. Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 329
  • Engines. See also Locomotives
  • Engines, Steam versus Turbine, 153. See LETTER, 47
  • Engines, 3000-Horse-Power Triple-Expansion, for
  • Newcastle Corporation Tramways, 725. See 74
  • Engines and Turbines, Spaces Occupied by, 463
  • Engines, Vibration of, 25
  • Engineer Apprentices, 425, 429, 463. See also
  • Apprenticeship
  • Engineer, The Making of an, 89
  • Engineer Officers and. Education, 835
  • Engineer in South Africa, The, 633. See 819
  • Engineers and Artists, 671
  • Engineers, Conference of. See Civil Engineers,
  • Conference of
  • Engineers and Consulting Engineers, 459
  • Engineers, Institution of. See Civil Engineers,
  • Mechanical Engineers, Mining Engineers,
  • Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron
  • and Steel Institute, Physical Society, and
  • Society of Arts
  • Engineers, Mathematics for, 237, 358, 534. See
  • LETTERS, 59, 574, 606, 625, 671
  • Engineers' Pocket-Book, German, 170
  • Engineers' Training. See Technical Education
  • and Apprenticeship
  • Engineers, Training of, 59
  • Engineering Apprentices, 925, 429, 463
  • Engineering Department, University College,
  • London, 93
  • Engineering Education and the Services, 835
  • Engineering, Marine, Progress and Problems, 678
  • Engineering Naval Research, 221
  • Engineering Schemes in Parliament, 740, 773, 87
  • Engineering Section at the British Association, 80, 413
  • Engineering Standards Committee, 635
  • Engineering Standards Committee's Specification, 214
  • Engineering, Steam, Elements of, 211
  • Engineering Works, Electrically-Driven, 19
  • Engineering Works in Germany, Borsig's, 479, 51, 587, 620, 691, 721, 794. See ILLUSTRATIONS for details
  • Engineering. Works of Victor Coates and Co., Limited, Belfast, 725, 792
  • English Industry and Advanced Technical Education, 642
  • Entropy and Irreversible Processes, 452
  • Entropy, or Thermodynamics from an Engineer's Point of View, 271, 305, 337, 373. See 452
  • Equipment of Docks, Hydraulic versus Electric, , 28
  • Equipment of the Manchester Municipal Technical Institute, 380
  • Erosion. Deep-Sea, 129, 349
  • Eruptions, Volcanic, in the West Indies, 491
  • Escape, Fire, Chemical Fire-Engine and HoseCart Combined, 314
  • Ethane and Methane, Slow Combustion of, 527
  • Etruscan Copper Mine Italian Metallurgical Industry, 809
  • Evaporating, Condensing, and Cooling Apparatus, 681
  • Evaporation, Apparatus for Determining the Latent Heat of, 527
  • Evaporative Efficiency of Boilers with WaterSofteners, 858, 876
  • Exhibition, Brewers', 569
  • Exhibition, International Colliery, 25
  • Exhibition, Ironmongery, Hardware, and Electrical Trades, 126
  • Exhibition of Meteorological and Magnetic Instruments at British Association, 522
  • Exhibition, Osaka, Japan, 55
  • Exhibition, St. Louis, Mining Plant at,.58
  • Experimental Research, Naval Engineering, 21
  • Experimental Work at the Reichsanstalt, 647. See 258
  • Experiments, Further, with the Infantry RangeFinder, 414
  • Experiments in Gas Explosions, 616
  • Experiments, Preliminary, on Air Friction, 418
  • Experiments, Ship Model Tank, 464
  • Experiments on Steam-Pipe Covering, 171
  • Explosion, Boiler, at Darwen, 472. See also Boiler
  • Explosions
  • Explosions, Gas-Engine, 401, 418. See 616
  • Explosions; Gas, Experiments in, 616. See 401, 18
  • Explosive Pressure of Cordite, 452
  • Explosive Pressure and Rate of Combustion of
  • Cordite, 352
  • Exposition. See Exhibition
  • Extensometer, A New Form of Mirror, 419
  • Factories and Technical Education, 542
  • Factory Act Interpretation, 18S
  • Factory Cases. See Legal
  • Falmouth Observatory Committee, Report of the, 491
  • Fans, Centrifugal, for Induced Draught, Tests of, 510. See 862
  • Faraday Society, The, 829
  • Farnley Iron Works, 180
  • Fast-Cutting Tools, Notes on, 146, 157. See also High-Speed Tool-Steel
  • Feed, Boiler, Pump (Heisler), 467
  • Feed-Pumps at Sea, 669
  • Feed-Pumps of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 376
  • Fees to Medical Men under Workmen's Compensation Act, 633
  • Fergusson's " Percentage" Theodolite, 759. See
  • LETTER, 841
  • Fern's " Challenge " Sharpener for Rock Drills, 62
  • Ferro-Concrete. See Concrete, Ferro
  • Ferry, Tyne General, Company's Twin-Screw
  • Passenger Steamer " Mona, 831
  • Fesca's Regulator and Bearing for Centrifugal
  • Machines, 298
  • Field-Gun Design and Manufacture, 321
  • Fielding Oil-Engine, 759
  • * Filed Steel, The Smell of, 605
  • Filing Machine, Buhl Band-S tw, 780
  • Finder, Range, Further Experiments with the
  • Infantry, 414
  • Fire Brigade, Metropolitan, 158
  • Fire-Engine, Chemical, Fire-Escape and HoseCart, Combined, 314
  • Fire-Engine, Steam, (Merryweather), 796
  • Fire on the Paris Underground Railway, 223.
  • See LETTER, 214
  • Fire, Prevention of, Congress, 93, 127. See 265
  • Fire Prevention at Manchester Canal Docks, 265
  • Fiscal :Charges ; Tonnage of Steamships, 135.
  • See 22, and Erratum,160
  • Fiscal Question, A Working Man, 159, 191
  • Fits and Fittings for Limit-Gauges, 545
  • Fitzgibbon, Gerald, on Canal Engineering, 2, 28
  • Fives-Lille Electric Capstan, 505
  • Flake Mother-of-Pearl, 731
  • Fleet, Naval. See Warships
  • Fleet Ships, 715
  • Flood Prevention in the Thames Valley, 671
  • Fluorescence as Related to the Constitution of
  • Organic Substances, 528
  • Fluorine,Some Derivatives of, 526
  • Flying ailway Junctions, 585, 820
  • Foggy Atmosphere, Radiation through, 452
  • Food, Arsenic in, Especially Beer, Approximate
  • Estimation of Minute Quantities in, 527
  • Foot-Lathe, 4k-In.. Centre, 575
  • Fore River Ship and Engine Works, Quincy,
  • Mass., Cranes at, 347
  • Foreign and British Crane Contract Prices, 763
  • Foreign Capital in Japan, 839
  • Foreign Competition in Tramway Rails, 773
  • Foreign Competition for Tramway Station En.
  • gines, 632
  • Foreshore Protection and Deep-Sea Erosion, 129, 49
  • Forging Hammers, Die-, 617, 685. See ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Forging Machine for Rock-Drills, 562
  • Forging-Shop with 2000-Ton Hydraulic Press at
  • Borsip, 551
  • Formation of Trusts, An Object Lesson in, 570.
  • See 93, 499, 705
  • Forsyth's Automatic Cask Counting and Registering Machine,530. See Erratum., 561 •
  • Foulis, the late illiam, 20
  • Foundries. See Borsig's Works in. Germany
  • Foundry, Buckton's Well-House, 181
  • Foundry Cement, 293, 327, 430, 465, 502, 540
  • Foundry, Kitson's Airedale, 181
  • Fowler, R. H., on Roofing Existing Shops while
  • Work is Proceeding, 744
  • Fowler's Mechanical Engineers' Pocket-Book for 901, 707
  • Fowler's Steam Plough Works, Leeds, Re-Roofing
  • Shops, 744
  • Fox, The late Mr. Samson, 604
  • France, Water Power in, 571
  • Franklaud, Professor Percy, on Bacterial Treatment of Water and Sewage Up to Date, 8, 32
  • Free Trade in Labour, 601
  • Free Trade or Protection for Engineers, 159, 191
  • Freezing-Point Curves of Binary Mixtures, 527
  • French Gas Works Coke-Handling Appliances, 4
  • Frequencies and Pressures, Standard Electric, 601
  • Friction, Air, Preliminary Experiments on, 418
  • Friction Clutch, New Form of, 163, 176
  • Friction Between Wood and Iron, 254
  • Frodingham Iron and Steel Works, 180
  • Frost, Hoar, 491
  • Fuel Economy in Generating Stations, 176, 200.
  • See LETTERS, 247, 293, 327 •
  • Fuel, Liquid, 414
  • Fuel Oil, Tests, Wallsend Company, 634
  • Fuel for the Siberian Railway, 807
  • Furnace Bottoms, Truck Support for, 268
  • Furnace Construction, Some Neglected Points
  • in, 805
  • Furnace, Continuous Steel-Making, 4, 29
  • Furnace, Electric, Reactions under High Gaseous
  • Pressures, 527
  • Furnace-Gas Engines. See Engines, Gas
  • Furness Railway Locomotives, Coal-Consumption
  • Tests of, 434. See 324
  • Fusion of Metals, Atomic Latent Heats of, 527
  • Future of the Steam-Engine and Turbine, 153. See LETTER, 247
  • Gale, The late Mr. James M., 351
  • Galileo; His Life and Work, 683
  • Galvanometers, Ballistic, 452
  • Gas, Acetylene, Plant at Chassiron Lighthouse (French), 528
  • Gas-Driven Electric Lighting Plant at Tunis, 420
  • Gas versus Electricity, Cost of Public Lighting, 60, 637
  • Gas, Electro- (Westinghouse) System of Railway Signalling, 760
  • Gas-Engine ; Differential Indicator Spring, 675
  • Gas-Engines for Marine Propulsion, 679. See LETTER, 808
  • Gas-Engines. See also Engines, Gas
  • Gas Explosions, Experiments in, 616. See 401, 18. See also CorditC
  • Gas, Natural, in Sussex, 415
  • Gas, Power, and Lighting Schemes in Parliament, 788
  • Gas-Producer, Pierson's Suction, 696. See 420
  • Gas-Producer, Talbot Mechanical, 474
  • Gas, Radiation and Illumination, 686, 751
  • Gas, Radioactive, Experiments in, 781. See
  • Radium
  • Gas Train-Lighting on the Eastern Railway of
  • France. 386
  • Gas and Water Bill, Precalents in, 755
  • Gas and Water Bills, 788
  • Gas Works, French, Appliances for Handling
  • Coke, 74
  • Gases, Conduction of Electricity through, 822
  • Gaseous Pressures, Carbon and Iron Arc Spectra
  • at High, 462
  • Gauge-Tester, Vulcan Portable, 843
  • Gauges, Limit, Fits and Fittings for, 545
  • Gauges, Small Screw, 381
  • Gauges and Standards as Affecting Shop and
  • Manufactory Administration, 25
  • Gaundless Bridge over. the River ; Stockton and
  • Darlington Railway, 214
  • * Gear-Wheels, Paper, 729, 733, 763
  • Geipel Steam-Trap ; Litigation, 838
  • Generators, Testing of Electric, by Air Ca'orimetry, 770, 813
  • Geography, Terrestrial Magnetism in Relation
  • to, 491
  • German and British Industries, 498
  • German Electrical Industries, 568. See 497
  • German Liners •and Atlantic Supremacy, 187.
  • See 53
  • German Patent Office Procedure, 322
  • German Patents, 395
  • German Works, Borsig's, 479, 551, 587, 620, 691, 24, 794
  • Gilbert, Tercentenary of Dr., 839
  • Gilbert, W. on the Design and Testing of Centrifugal Fans for Induced Draught and other
  • Purposes, 510
  • Giles, Mr. G. F. L., on Belfast Harbour and its
  • Development, 99
  • Girder Bridges. See London and Brighton
  • Railway Widening
  • Girders. • See Bridges
  • Gland Packing, 130, 505, 874
  • Gland Packing, Lancaster, 874
  • Glasgow Corporation Telephones, Cost of, 853
  • Glasgow Corporation Telephones, 357, 462, 537, 03. See LETTERS, 395, 430, 503, 573, 606, 625
  • Glasgow, Notes from. See North, Notes from.
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway Profile
  • Carlisle to Glasgow, Ten - Wheel Express
  • Locomotive, 422
  • Glasgow Tramways, 189, 737. See LETITR, 214.
  • See also Telephones
  • Gold in India, 668
  • Gold and Iron and India-Rubber Resources in
  • Venezuela, 266
  • Gold and Platinum, Intensification of Chemical
  • Action by the Emanation from, 451
  • Government. and Capped Shell, 533
  • Government Railways during Crises, 603, 632
  • Governor, Automatic, for Pelton Wheels, 386
  • Grand Trunk Railway Economics, 542
  • Granite for Vauxhall Bridge, 605
  • Granular and Spicular Structure in Solids, 451
  • Graphical Analysis, Illustrations of, 380, 403
  • Graving Dock at Kawasaki Dockyard, Kobe,
  • Japan, 112
  • Gray, Robert Kaye, on Electrical Progress, 711, 49
  • Grease Extraction from Boilers, 858, 876
  • Great Eastern, Steamship, 636
  • Great Northern Railway Locomotive and Carriage Works, 178
  • Great Northern Railway Express Locomotive, 15
  • Great Northern Railway, Suburban Locomotive
  • for, 865
  • Great Northern Telegraphic Company, 83. See 59, 779
  • Great Western Railway Company and Technical
  • Education, 328
  • Great Western Railway, Record Train Speed on, 3
  • Green Leaves, Effect of Light on, 103
  • Green's Economiser Works, 180
  • Greenwood and Batley's, Leeds, 209
  • and Bolan, W. N. on Experiments
  • Grieve, T.,
  • on the Efficiency of Non-Conducting Coverings for Steam Pipes, 171
  • Griffin Marine Hydro-Oil Engine, 117
  • Griffith, Percy, on the Raising of Water by
  • Compressed Air, 10, 33. See 675 and LETTERS
  • Grinding Machinery, Emery, 556
  • Grinding Machines and Processes, 40, 111, 172, 40, 311, 377, 445, 618. See ILLUSTRATIONS for
  • details
  • Grindstone Attachment, 48
  • Groynes and Deep-Sea Erosion, 129, 349
  • Gun Design and Manufacture, 321
  • Gun-Metal Alloys, Effects of Temperature of
  • Casting on, 231, 263
  • Gun-Power of Battleships, 291
  • Gun Range-Finders, 414
  • Gunboats. See Warships
  • Guns and Capped Shell, 533
  • Guns and Nitro-Cellulose Powder for Battleships, 03, 842
  • Hack-Saw, Whitley's Double, 328
  • Hadfield, R. A., on Alloys of Iron and Tungsten, 330, 366. See 324
  • Hadfield, R. A., on Alloys of Nickel and Steel, 4, 9
  • Hail-Dispersing Cannonades, 491
  • Hair Hygrometers and Psychrometers, 490
  • Hamilton, James, on Mercantile Cruisers fitted
  • with Housing Propellers, 14, 21. See Liana, 8
  • Hammers Used in Die-Forging, 617, 685. See
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Hammock Spring Seat, 673
  • Handling of Coke in French Gas Works, 74
  • Hanover, Professor H. I., on English Technical
  • Education, 542
  • Harbour, Belfast, Maps of, 99
  • Harbour Dues and Charges, 8
  • Harbour Dues, Tonnage of Steam - Ships, 135.
  • See 22, and Erratum, 160
  • Harbour Works at Dover, Damage by Gale, 394
  • Harbour Works, Dublin, 45
  • Harbours, Docks, Waterways, and Pier Schemes
  • in Parliament, 788
  • Hardware, Ironmongery, and Electricil Trades'
  • Exhibition, 126
  • Harris-Anderson Water-Softener, 46
  • Harrison J., on Illustrations of Graphical
  • Analysis, 403. See also 380
  • Heat Conductivity of Steam-Pipe Covefings, 171
  • Heat Engine, Thermodynamics or Entropy of, 71, 305, 337, 373. See 452
  • Heat Engines and Conductivity ; Experimental
  • Work at the Reichsanstalt, 647
  • Heat, Higher Text-Book of, 617
  • Heat, Latent, of Evaporation; Apparatus for
  • Determining the, 527
  • Heat and Power Station at Berlin, with Mechanical
  • Draught, 824, 862
  • Heat Treatment of Steel Rails High in Manganese, 343, 364. See 325, 418, 431, 527
  • Heats, Atomic Latent, of Fusion of Metals, 627
  • Heating of Shops (Borsig's), 621
  • * Heisler's Boiler Feed-Pump, 467
  • Hele-Shaw,Professor H. S., on a New Form of
  • Friction-Clutch, 163, 176
  • Hele-Shaw, Professor, and the Resistance of
  • Road Vehicles to Traction, 438. See 381
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Hepworth's Friction Pulley for Centrifugal
  • Machines, 298
  • Hibbert, W., on the Edison Accumulator for
  • Automobilest 814
  • High-Level Railways, 132. See LzrrEas, 86, 159
  • High - Lift Centrifugal Pun s, 9, 32. See
  • LETTER, 86
  • High-Speed Tool-Steel, and Machines for same, 46, 157, 255, 590, 639, 654, 690, 759. See 824, 30, 366
  • High - Tension Electrical Systems, Protective
  • Devices for, 384
  • " Hindustan," H.M.S., 872
  • Hipkins, W. E., on the Neweomen Engine, 613.
  • See 552, 577, 611, 616
  • H.M.S. See Warships
  • II.M. Yacht " Victoria and Albert," Electric
  • Winch for, 385. See Erratum, 412
  • Hoar-Frost, 491
  • Hodbarrow Mines, 245, 265, 324
  • Hoists. See Lkfts
  • Holmes, The late Matthew, 68
  • Hong Kong Trade, 348
  • Hood, J. W. Jacomb, on High-Speed Electric
  • Traction on Railways, 11, 34
  • Hopkinson, B., on Parallel Working of Alternators, 468. See 385
  • Horner, Joseph, on Grinding Machines and
  • Processes, 40, 111, 172, 240, 377, 445, 518. See
  • ILLUSTRATIONS for details
  • Hornsby Oil Military Tractor, 842
  • Horse-Powir of Motor-Cars, The Real, 226
  • Horse versus Motor Traction,393
  • Hose-Cart, Fire-Escape, an Chemical FireEngine Combined, 314
  • Hospitalier, E., on Strobographic Methods, 837
  • Housing Propellers for Mercantile Cruisers, 14, 1. See LzrrsR, 58
  • Hull Scantlings of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 93
  • Hulls, Ships', Drilled versus Punched Holes in, 6, 69
  • Hunter, W. H., on Fire-Preventive Methods at
  • Manchester Ship Canal Docks, 265
  • Hydraulic Ejector and Fire-Prevention Pipes ;
  • Manchester Ship Canal Docks, 265
  • Hydraulic Pump Accumulator, Intensifier, and
  • Forging-Press at Borsig's, 551
  • Hydraulic Steel Cylinder, 27-Ft., 528
  • .Hydraulic versus Electric Dock Equipment, 1, 28
  • Hydraulic Valve, Stratton's Four-Way, 493
  • Hydraulically-Worked Bulkhead Doors, StoneLloyd System, 624
  • Hydro-Electric Installation at Rossie Priory,
  • Perthshire, 281, 560
  • Hydro-Oil Engine, Griffin Marine Type, 117
  • Hydrogen, Solid, Nitrogen and Oxygen (Investigations at Low Temperatures), 526
  • Hygrometers, Hair, and Psychrometers, 490
  • Illumination and Radiation, 686, 751
  • Illustrations of Graphical Analysis, 380, 403
  • Illustrations. See Illustrated Index
  • Implements, Agricultural, 23
  • Improvements in Locomobile Design, 381, 846.
  • See LETTER, 501
  • Impurities, Effect of, on Commercial Copper, 75',
  • India, Cotton Industry in Japan and, 154
  • India, Railway Route to, 374
  • Indian Minerals, 668
  • Indian Railway Management, 253, 685
  • Indian Railways, 116
  • Indian Ship Canal, 225
  • India-Rubber-Cutting Machine, Automatic, 659
  • India-Rubber, Gold, and Iron Resources in Venezuela, 256
  • Indicator Diagrams. See Power Diagrams
  • Indicator, Differential, Springs, 675
  • Indicator Springs, Testing, 258
  • Industrial Notes, 27, 61, 98, 131, 161, 196, 229, 61, 295, 329, 363, 399, 433, 464, 538, 575, 608, 38, 673, 709, 742, 778, 811, 843, 866
  • Industrial Progress in Coal Production, 666
  • Industrial Property Congress, 460
  • Industries, British and German Steel, 498
  • Industries in the Colonies, 567
  • Industries, German Electrical, 568. See 497
  • Industry, Iron, of Siberia, 393
  • Infectious Disease and Workmen's Compensation, 869
  • Influence of Varying Casting Temperature on
  • the Properties of Alloys, 231, 263
  • Ingot Moulds, Continuous Process for Making, 76
  • Injuries to Workmen, Law Relating to, 239
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, The Scope
  • oft 729
  • Institutions, Technical. gee Civil Engineers,
  • Electrical Engineers, iron and Steel Institute, Mechanical Engineers, Naval Architects,
  • Physical Society, and Society of Arts
  • Instruments, Self-Recording, 491
  • Intensification of Chemical Action by the Emanation from Gold and Platinum, 451
  • Internal - Combustion Engines. See Engines,
  • Gas, and Engines, Oil
  • International Colliery Exhibition, 26
  • International Congress for Applied Chemistry, 6, 71, 109
  • International Congress of Hygiene at Brussels, 5
  • International Congress for Prevention of Fire, 3, 127. See 265
  • Interpretation of Factory Act, 188
  • Investigation, Meteorological, Methods of, 463
  • Iodides, Colour of, 620
  • Ionisation, Positive, Produced by Hot Platinum
  • in Air at Low Pressures, 63
  • Irminger's Experiments on Wind Pressure on
  • Roofs, 508. See LETTERS, 540, 606, 671
  • Iron and Carbon Arc Spectra at High Gaseous
  • Pressures, 452
  • Iron, Cast, Bearing on the Design of Piston
  • Springs, Permanent Set in, 400, 418. See
  • Erratum, 429
  • Iron and Coal, British Columbian, 223
  • Iron and Coal Industry, Russian, 538
  • Iron, Gold, and India-Rubber Resources in
  • Venezuela, 256
  • Iron Industry, A Possible Norwegian, 291
  • Iron Industry of Siberia, 393
  • Iron, New South Wales, 358
  • Iron Ore Companies, Swedish, Combine of, 257
  • Iron Ore in the Duddon Estuary, 321, 345, 365
  • Iron Ore Industry at Bilbao, 836
  • Iron Ore on the Mediterranean Coast, 671
  • Iron Production in America, 356
  • Iron Residual Products, Utilisation of, 289
  • Iron by Silicon, Alleged Cementation of, 106
  • Iron, Silicon in, 345, 395
  • Iron and Steel for Advanced Students, 515
  • Iron and Steel, Andrew Carnegie on, 315
  • Iron and Steel Bridges. See Bridges
  • Iron and Steel Institute Journal, Vol. 63, 336

Iron and Stool Institute :

  • Note on the Alleged Cementation of Iron
  • by Silicon, by Mr. J. E. Stead, 106
  • influence of Varying Casting Temperatures
  • on the Properties of Alloys, by Mr. Percy
  • Longmuir, 231, 263
  • Pr esident's Address by Mr. Andrew Carnegie, 15
  • Barrow-in-Furness Meeting, 323, 343
  • Alloys of Iron and Tungsten, by Mr. R. A.
  • Hadfield, 324, 330, 366
  • The Restoration of Dangerously Crystalline
  • Steel, by Mr. J. E. Stead and Mr. A. W.
  • Richards, 324, 334
  • Excursions and Conversazione, 324
  • Sorbitic Steel Rails, by Mr. J. E. Stead and
  • Mr. A. W. Richards, 324, 325, 343
  • Probability of Iron Ore in the Duddon
  • Estuary, by Mr. J. L. Shaw, 324, 345, 365
  • Coal as Fuel at Barrow-in Furness, by Mr.
  • W. F. Pettigrew, 324, 345, 434
  • Notes on the Heat Treatment of Steel Rails
  • High in Manganese, by Mr. J. S. Lloyd, 43, 364
  • The Diseases of Steel, by Mr. C. H. Ridsdale, 45
  • The Manufacture of Weldless Steel Tubes,
  • by Mr. II. Ehrhardt, 345, 402
  • The Regulation of the Combustion of CokeOven Practice, by Mr. D. A. Lewis, 346
  • Silicon in Iron, by Mr. Thomas Baker, 345, 95
  • Votes of Thanks, 346
  • The Next Summer Meeting, 346
  • Visits and Excursions, 347
  • Iron and Steel Works, Frodingham, 180
  • Iron and Steel Works, Upper Silesia, Borsig's, 79, 551, 587, 620, 691, 724, 794
  • Iron Trade in Russia, 155
  • Iron and Tungsten, Alloys of, 324, 330, 366
  • Iron and Wood, Friction between, 254
  • Iron Works, Farnley, 180
  • Iron, Wrought, and Steel, Dangerous Crystalli•
  • sation of 4, 30
  • Ironclads. See Warships
  • Ironmongery, Hardware, and Electrical Trades'
  • Exhibition, 126
  • Italian Metallurgical Industry, 809
  • Izod, E. G., on Testing Brittleness of Steel, 431.
  • See 418
  • James Watt Memorial, Proposed, 393
  • Japan in the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, 667
  • Japan, Coal Production in, 804
  • Japan, Cotton Industry in India and, 154
  • Japan, Development of Yokohama, 292
  • Japan, Economic Conditions of, 871
  • Japan, Exhibition at Osaka, 55
  • Japan, Export Trade of, 428
  • Japan, Foreign Capital in, 839
  • Japan, Graving Dock at Kawasaki Dockyard,
  • Kobe, 112
  • Japan, Progress in, 224
  • Japan Trade, 12.4
  • Japan, Trade and Industry of Nagasaki, 506
  • Japan, Trade of Kobe and Osaka, 298
  • Japanese Merchant Marine, 571
  • Japanese Navy, 837
  • Japanese Steamship Company, 126
  • Jet Condenser, 73, 141. See 824
  • Junctions, Flying Railway, 585, 820
  • Jupiter's Satellites, Eclipse Observations of, 487
  • Jura - Simplon Railways, Compound FourCylinder Locomotive for, 281
  • Juries in Accident Cases, 156
  • " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 37, 143, 193, 244, 276, 329, 41, 376, 444, 494. See 187. See ILLUSTRATIONS
  • for details
  • Kawasaki, Japan, Graving Dcck at, 112
  • Kennicott Water-Softener, 796
  • Kerosene Tube, Baku-Batum, 706
  • Kew Bridge, 380
  • Kilroy Stoking Indicator, 454
  • Kinematics of Machines, 556
  • King's Navy. See Warships
  • Kite Observations at the Blue Hill Observatory, 89. See LETTER, 733
  • Kite's Committee, Report of the, 489
  • Kitson's Airedale Foundry, 181
  • Kobe, Osaka, Trade of, 296. See 112
  • Korea, Trade of, 145
  • Kiirting 700-Horse-Power Double-Acting GasEngine, 596
  • Kt rting System of Oil Fuel, Tests of, 634
  • Laboratories, Testing., 587, 725
  • Laboratory, National Physical, Screw-Measuring
  • Machine at, 660
  • Laboratory, National Physical, Work at, 226
  • Laboratory, Work at the Reichsanstalt, 647. See 58
  • Labour Questions. See Industrial Notes and Legal
  • Labour in South Africa, 819. See 683
  • Lagging of Steam Surfaces, Efficiency of, 171
  • Lancashire, Potable Waters of South-West, 384, 72
  • Lancashire, Water Supply in South-West, 415, 48
  • Lancaster Metallic Steam Packings, 874
  • Land Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers
  • Land Drainage, 661
  • Land Mower, 24
  • Landslip on London and Brighton Railway, 690
  • Langdon, William E., on the Position and Protection of Third Rail on Electric Railways, 11, 4
  • Lathes. See Machine-Tools
  • Launch, Oil Motor, for the Uganda Railway
  • Company (Thornycroft), 626
  • Launch-Propulsion, Detachable Petrol Motor for
  • (French), 630
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 35, 60, 87 137, 147, 191, 34, 260, 2!.3, 326, 361, 407, 431, 465, 495, 548, 82, 616, 672, 716, 784, 810, 850, 867
  • Laundry Centrifugal Machines, 298
  • Lawrence Water Steriliser and Softener, 673
  • Laws of Air Resistance, 211. See also Wind
  • Lead Accumulators, 829. See 814
  • Leeds Corporation Works (Refuse Destructors,
  • Electric Lighting, and Power Station), 180
  • Leeds Works Visited by Mechanical Engineers, 78, 209
  • Lefevre Four-Cylinder High-Speed Engine, 280

Legal :

  • Accident, Definition of an, 869
  • Alkali Works Act in 1902, 172
  • Commission Agents and the Law, 806
  • Compensation, The Law of, 499
  • Damages for Wrongful Dismissal, 536
  • Effect of the Taff Vale Railway Case, 807
  • Electricity, Private Supply of, 124
  • Employers and Workmen's Creditors, 561, 71
  • Factory Act, Interpretation of, 188
  • Fees to Medical Men under Workmen's
  • Compensation Act, 633
  • Injuries to Workmen, Law,239
  • Juries in Accident Cases, 56
  • Masters' and Servants' Cases, 256, 263, 636, 61, 571, 716, 781, 850
  • Motor• Car Law, 90
  • Motor-Car Regulations, 736
  • Nuisance, The Law of, 872
  • Patent Oases, Some Recent, 290
  • Private Bill Legislation, Precedents in, 755
  • Railway, Electric, Power Act, 570
  • Servants' and Masters' Cases, 266, 263, 536, 61, 571, 716, 781, 850
  • Smoke Nuisance, 667
  • Steam-Trap Litigation, Geipel, 838
  • Steel Trust Position, 499
  • Strike Clause, The Operation of the, 701
  • Trades-Union Law ; Effect of the Taff Vale
  • Railway Case in New South Wales, 807
  • Workman ? Who is a, 143
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, 429
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, Schemes
  • Alternative to the, 256
  • Legislation. See Legal
  • Length, Standards of, 103
  • Lenses, Photographic, 170
  • Letters to the Editor, 25, 58, 85, 128, 159, 191, 14, 246, 293, 327, 349, 395, 430, 464, 501, 540, 72, 605, 625, 671, 707, 729, 762, 803, 840
  • Levant, Diurnal Temperature Variations in the
  • Sea Water of the, 490
  • Lewis, Ernest A., on the Effect of Impurities on
  • Commercial Copper, 753
  • Liabilities. See Legal
  • " Libertad" and ' Constitucion, ' Chilian Warships, 803, 842
  • Lifeboat, Steam, for Mauritius, 212
  • Lift, Air, The, 675. See LETTERS, 708, 729, 809
  • Lift, Air, for Water, 10, 33
  • Lift Gear, Electric, 661. See LETTER, 609
  • Lifts, Electric, Passenger and Goods, 280
  • Lifting Water from Mines, 227
  • Light Aluminium Alloys, 705. See Addendum, 731
  • Light on Green Leaves, Effect of, 103
  • Light, Radiation and Illumination, 686, 751
  • Light Railways in Parliament, 773
  • Light ; Shadows in Astigmatic Beam, 63
  • Lighter Traffic in Norway, 256
  • Lighthouse, Chassiron, Acetylene Gas Plant at
  • (French), 523
  • Lighting, Electric, and Power Station, RefuseDestructors, Leeds Corporation Works, 180
  • Lighting Plant, Electric, for Dutch TorpedoBoat, 149
  • Lighting and Power, Electric, Schemes in Parliament, 787
  • Lighting, Public ; Cost of Gas versus Electricity, 60, 637
  • Lighting Stations. See also Electric
  • Lighting, Train, on the Eastern Railway of
  • France, 386
  • Lighting and Tramway Scheme Progress, 711
  • Lightning, Spectra of, 453
  • Limit-Gauges, Fits arid Fittings for, 545
  • Lindqvist's Safety-CJupling for Shafts, 195
  • Liquid Fuel, 414
  • Liquid Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Literature, 75, 169, 210, 238, 276, 310, 477, 515, 54, 617, 683, 764, 822
  • Litigation, Steam-Trap, Geipel. See Legal
  • Lloyd, Mr. J. S., on the Heat Treatment of
  • Steel Rails High in Manganese, 364. See 343
  • Lloyd's Returns of Shipwrecks, 427
  • Lloyd's Shipbuilding Returns, 92, 501
  • Local Government Board Requirements as to
  • Sewage Schemes, Table of, 801
  • Locomobile Design, Improvements in, 381, 846.
  • See LErritit, 501
  • Locomotion on Roads See Motor-Cars
  • Locomotive and Carriage Works, Great Northern
  • Railway, 178
  • Locomotive Coal Consumption Tests, Furness
  • Railway, 434. See 324
  • Locomotive, Compound, Four-Cylinder ; JuraSimplon Railway, 281
  • Locomotive, Express, for the Great Northern
  • Railway, 315
  • Locomotive for the Great Northern Railway, 865
  • Locomotive, Narrow-Gauge Tank, for BengalNagpur Railway, 13
  • Locomotive, Road, 8-Horse-Power Compound
  • (Garrett, Leiston), 873
  • Locomotive, Six • Wheel Coupled Passenger,
  • Caledonian Railway, 399
  • * Locomotive, Ten-Wheel Express, Glasgow and
  • South-Western Railway, 422
  • Locomotives, British versus United States Built, 62
  • Locomotives, Road, 13, 24, 842, 873
  • Locomotives, Record Run on the Great Western
  • Railway, 93
  • London and Brighton Railway Widening, 585, 51, 690, 755, 820, 855
  • London County Council Tramway Station
  • Engines for, 632
  • London, Engineering Department at University
  • College, 93
  • London Fire Brigade, 158
  • London Municipal Trading. See Municipal
  • Trading
  • London and North-Western Railway Points and
  •  ; Elec!r cal Operating Mechanism, 79
  • London Railway Construction, 227
  • Longitudinal Section of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 37 •
  • Longmuir, Mr. Percy, on the Influence of Vaning Casting Temperatures on the Properties
  • of Alloys, 231, 263
  • Longridge, Mr. Michael, on Machinery Defects, 98
  • Lorries, See Motor-Cars
  • Louis, Mr. I). A., on Coke-Oven Practice, 345, 69
  • Lubrication, The Occurrence of Cavitation in, 70, 812
  • Lustre Produced on Mercerising Cotton under
  • Tension, Cause of, 527
  • Macadamised Roads, The Effect of Traffic and
  • Weather on, 416
  • Machine Guns. See Guns
  • Machine-Made Stock Bricks, 20

Machine Tools;

  • Boring, Drilling, Capping, and Studding
  • Machine, Horizontal (Campbells -and
  • Hunter, Limited, Leeds), 791
  • Boring, Facing, and Recessing Machine for
  • Magnet-Cases, 246
  • Boring Machine, Motor-Driven Horizontal, 84
  • Boring and Shaping Machine Combined
  • (Baxter), 828
  • Boring and Turning Mill, 217
  • Boring and Turning Mill, Vertical, 295
  • Capping, Boring, Drilling, and Studding
  • Machine, Horizontal (Campbells and
  • Hunter, Limited, Leeds), 791
  • Drill, Wall Radial, with Electric Drive
  • (Swift, Halifax), 862
  • Drilling, Boring, Capping, and Studding
  • Machine, Horizontal (Campbells and
  • Hunter, Limited, Leeds), 791
  • Filing Machine, Buhl Band-Saw, 780
  • Forging Machine for $ock-Drills, 562
  • Grinding Machines and Processes, 40, 111, 72, 240, 377, 445, 518. See ILLUSTRATIONS
  • for details
  • India-Rubber Cutting Machine, 659
  • Lathe, 4i-In.-Centre Foot, 575
  • La the, Brass-Finishers' Universal, 294
  • Lathe, Heavy Turret (Bradbury and Co.,
  • Limited, Oldham), 766
  • Lathe and Milling Machine for ArmourPlate-Bolt Manufacture, 46
  • Lathe, Motor-Driven, 420
  • Lathe, Special Turret (Loewe, Berlin), 541
  • Lathes, Brass-Finishers' (Holroyd), 659
  • Lathes for Use with High-Speed Tool Steel, 59. See 591, 639, 654, 690
  • Milling Machine, horizontal Duplex (Hulse), 84
  • Milling Machine and Lathe for ArmourPlate-Bolt Manufacture, 46
  • Milling Machine, Thread (Pratt and Whitney), 862
  • Plate-Shearing Machine, 587
  • Punching and Shearing Machine, An Early, 12
  • Saw-Bench, Portable Electrically-Driven, 261
  • Saw, Horizontal Log Band (Ransome), 541
  • Saw, Whitley's Double-Hack, 328
  • Screw Machines (Automatic) Operating on
  • Castings, 14
  • Screw-Measuring Machine at the National
  • Physical Laboratory 660
  • Shaping the Blades of Ships' Propellers, 494
  • Shaping and Boring Machine Combined
  • .(Baxter), 828
  • Slotting Machine, 48-In. Stroke, 362
  • Slotting and Side Planing Machine Combined kShanks, Johnstone), 790
  • Studding, Boring, Drilling, and Capping
  • Machine, Horizontal (Campbells and
  • Hunter, Limited, Leeds), 791
  • Tapping Machine, The Smith, 261
  • Tool Grinding Attachment, 48
  • Tool-Steel Alloys, 324. 330, 366
  • Tool Steel, Rapid, 255
  • Tool Steel, Rapid-Cutting, 590, 639, 654, 690, 59. See 146, 157, 255
  • Tools, Fast-Cutting, 146, 157
  • Turning and Boring Mill, 217
  • Turning and Boring Mill, Vertical, 295
  • Machines, Grinding, 40, 111, 172, 240, 311, 377, 45, 618. See ILLUSTRATIONS for details
  • Machines, Kinematics of, 556
  • Machinery Breakdowns during the Manoeuvres, 35. See LETTER, 808
  • Machinery Defects and their Causes, 498.
  • Machinery Mechanics, Elementary Treatise on, 55
  • "Mad-Stone," The Properties of, 528
  • Madras Railway, 116
  • Magnetic Energy, The Earth's, 491
  • Magnetic and Meteorological Instruments, Exhibition of, at the British Association, 522
  • Magnetic North Pole, Electric, 603
  • Magnetic Survey in the United States, Progress of, 491
  • Magnetism. See also Electric
  • Magnetism of Basalt when Heated in Air, 637
  • Magnetism and Electricity, 477
  • Magnetism, Terrestrial, in Relation to Geography, 491
  • Ma48gnetism, Terrestrial, and Solar Prominences
  • * Magnetometer Deflection Bars, The Bending of, 37
  • Management, Indian Railway, 253, 535
  • Manchester Municipal School of Technology,
  • Brewing Plant at, 207
  • Manchester Municipal Technical Institute, The.
  • Equipment of, 380
  • Manchester Ship Canal Docks, Fire Prevention
  • at, 265
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association, 99
  • Manganese, Heat Treatment of Steel Rails High
  • in, 343, 364. See 325, 418, 431, 527
  • Manhattan Power Station, New York, Large, 463
  • Manoeuvres, Naval, and Warship Machinery, 735.
  • See LETTER, 808
  • Manufacture and Design of War Munitions, 321
  • Manufacture of Weldless Steel Tubes, 345, 402
  • Map of London and Brighton Railway System, 85
  • Map of Raihiay Route to India, 374
  • Maps, Belfast Harbour, 99
  • Marine Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube
  • Boilers
  • Marine Engineering. See Engineering, Naval
  • Architects, and Warships
  • Marine Engineering Progress and Problems, 678
  • Marine Engineering Research, 221
  • Marine Engines. See 'Engines
  • Marine Gas-Engines for Ship Propulsion, 679.
  • See LETTER, 808
  • Marine Propellers. See Propellers .
  • Marine Shafts. See Shafts
  • Marine Steam Turbines. See Turbines, Steam
  • Mathematical and Physical Section at the
  • British Association, 447, 491
  • Mathematics for Engineers, 237, 358, 534. See
  • LETTERS, 59, 674, 606, 625, 671
  • Mather, Mr. Henry A., on Truck Support for
  • Furnace Bottoms, 268
  • Mauritius Steam Lifeboat, 212
  • Maxton, Mr. James, on Registered Tonnages
  • and their Relation to Fiscal Charges and
  • Design, 135. See 22, and Erratum 160
  • Maxwell,. Mr. W. H., on Raising Water by Compressed Air, 675. See LETTEks, 708, 729, 809
  • McKay, Gordon, The late, 762
  • McLaren, Mr. Henry, on Economy of Fuel in
  • Generating Stations, 176, 200. See LETTERS, 47, 293, 327
  • Measured Mile, New, between Deal and Dover, 34
  • Measures and Weights. See Metric System
  • Measuring Machine for Coke in. French Gas
  • Works, 74 •
  • Measuring Machine, Screw, at the National Physical Laboratory, 660
  • Mechanical Draught, Power St xtion -with, 824, 62. See also Induced Draught
  • Mechanical, Electro, Construction, Elements of, 11

Mechanical E agineers, Institution or:

  • Notes on Fast-Cutting Tools, by Mr. H. H.
  • Suplee, 146, 157
  • Leeds Meeting, 156, 176, 209
  • Reception, 156
  • The Diesel Oil-Engine, by Mr. H. Ade Clark, 56, 165, 196. See LETTERS, 247, 293
  • A New Form of Friction Clutch, by Professor
  • H. S. Hele-Shaw, 163, 176
  • Economy of Fuel in Generating Stations, by
  • Mr. Henry McLaren, 176, 200. See LETTERS, 47, 293, 327
  • The Institution Dinner, 178
  • Reception by the Lord Mayor and Lady
  • Mayoress of Leeds, 178
  • Excursions and Visits, 178
  • Great Northern Railway ; Locomotive and
  • Carriage Works, 178
  • Frodingham Iron and Steel Works, 180
  • Farnley Iron Works, 180
  • Altoft's Colliery, 180
  • Seamless Steel Boat Works, 180
  • Green's Economiser Works, 180
  • Oradock's Steel-Rope Works, 180
  • Fountain Abbey, Ripon, 180
  • York, 180
  • Corporation Works, Leeds (Refuse-Destructors, Electric Lighting and Power
  • Station), 180 Ygkshire College, 181
  • Buckton's Weil-House Foundry, 181
  • Kitson's Airdale Foundry, 181
  • Tannett, Walker, and Uo., Goodman-Street
  • Works, 181
  • Greenwood and Batley's Albion Works,
  • Leeds, 209
  • Leeds Uopper Works,209
  • Midgley's Crown Boot Works, 210
  • Other Works Open to Inspection, 210
  • The Newcomen Engine, by Mr. Henry
  • Davey, with Appendices by several Members, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Experiments on the Efficiency of Centrifugal Pumps, by Mr. Thomas E. Stanton, 19, 745. See LETTER, 763
  • Roofing Existing Shops while Work is Proceeding, by Mr. R. H. Fowler, 719, 744
  • Meeting in the United States, 719
  • The Late Sir Frederick Bramwell, 858. See 71, 808, 873
  • The Summer Meeting, 858
  • An Incluiry into the Working of Various
  • Water-Softeners. by Mr. C. E. Stromeyer
  • and Mr. W. B. Baron, 858
  • Mechanically Reinforcing Sounds, A Method of, 29
  • Mechanics of Machinery, Elementary Treatise on, 755
  • Mechanics, Manual of Applied, 310. See LETTER, 06
  • Mechanism, A New, 777
  • Medical Men, Fees to, under Workmen's Compensation Act, 633
  • Melville, Admiral, Retirement of, 225
  • Memorial Fund, Bessemer, 128 •
  • Memorial, Proposed James Watt, 393
  • Mercantile Cruisers with Housing Propellers, 14, 1. See LErrint, 58
  • Mercerising Cotton, Cause of Lustre Produced on, under-Tension, 527
  • Merchant Marine, Japanese, 571
  • Mercury Pumps, Arrangement for Driving, 746
  • Mergers. See Trusts
  • Merryweather Steam Fire-Engine, 796
  • Mersey, River, Tidal Regime of, 415
  • Metal Price Diagrams, 26. 192, 327, 466, 638, 776
  • Metal Work, Structural, Cleaning of, 501
  • Metals, Compound, 873
  • Metals, Distillation of, in Quartz Vessels, 706
  • Metals, Fusion of, Atomic Went Heats of, 527
  • Metals. See Steel, Iron, Tin, Copper, Aluminium, and Alloys
  • Metals, Structure of. See Photomicrographs
  • Metallurgical Industry, Italian, 809
  • Metallurgical Research Work at the Reichsanstalt, 617. See 258
  • Meteorological Conditions and Audibility, 490
  • Meteorological Investigation, Methods of, 453
  • Meteorological and Magnetic Instruments, Exhibition of, at the British Association, 522

Meteorological Society, Royal:

  • The Great Dust Fall of February, 1903, and
  • its Origin, by Dr. H. R. Mill and Mr.
  • R. G. K. Lempfert, 708
  • The Works of James Glaisher, by Mr. W. Marriott, 832
  • Meteorology and Astronomy Sub-Section at the
  • British association. 453, 486. See LETTER, 730
  • Methane and Ethane, Slow Combustion of, 527
  • Method of Determining the Temperature Limits of Nerve Activity in Warm-Blooded and Cold Blooded Animals, by Dr. N. H. Alcock, 103
  • Metric System, 85
  • Metropolitan Fire Brigade, 158
  • Metropolitan. See London
  • Micrographs and the Structure of Metals, 4, 30
  • Microscopic Photographs. See also Photomicrographs
  • Midgley's Crown Boot Works, 209 •
  • Midland Railway Company and Turbine-Driven Screw Steamers, 158
  • Mile, Measured, between Deal and Dover, 634
  • Military Tractor (Hornsby), 812
  • Milk, Refrigerator and Steriliser for, 24
  • Milling-Machines. See Machine-Tools
  • Minerals in India, 668
  • Mines Under the Sea, Cumberland, 245, 265, 321
  • Mines in South Africa, 819. See 683
  • Mines, Water-Hoisting from.. 227
  • Mining Engines, Ancient, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Mining Plant, St. Louis Exhibition, 53
  • Mirror Extensometer, A New Form of, 419
  • Miscellanea, 17, 60, 96, 121, 151, 192, 219, 251, 85, 319, 353, 389, 430, 466, 501, 540, 561, 599, 29, 633, 699, 733, 776, 801, 833, 874
  • Model Tank for Ship Experiments, 464
  • Momentary Relief of Great Pressure, 429
  • " Mona," The Tyne General Ferry Company's
  • Twin-Screw Passenger Steamer, 831
  • Mono-Railroads, 413
  • Monochromatic Light from the Yerkes Observatory, Sun Photographs in, 486
  • Monophase Electric Railway Traction in Berlin. 34. See 392, 419, 506
  • Moore, Stanley, H., on Fits and Fittings for
  • Limit-Gauges, 545
  • Moreing and McCutcheon's Telegram Codes, 707
  • Mork Screw Pulley-Block, 85
  • Morison, The late G. S., 125
  • Mother-of-Pearl, Flake, 731
  • Motor-Car Construction, Clarkson on, 84e. See 81, and LETTER, 501
  • Motor-Car and Cycle Show, National, 739
  • Motor-Car ; Effect of Traffic and Weather on
  • Roads, 416
  • Motor-Car Engines, Double-Acting Petrol, 501
  • Motor-Car 1.44w, 90
  • Motor-Car, Railway, for the Paris-Orleans Railway Company, 560
  • Motor-Car Regulations, 736
  • Motor-Cars, Edison Accumulator for, 814
  • Motor-Cars, Electric, 385
  • Motor-Cars, The Real Horse-Power of, 220
  • Motor-Cars ; Resistance to Traction, 381, 438
  • Motor-Cars at Smithfield Club Show, 805
  • Motor-Cars, Steam, Design of, 182, 381, 846
  • Motor-Cars and Street Traffic, 383
  • Motor or Cycle Routes,Maps of, 151
  • Motor Cycles at the Stanley Show, 728
  • Motor, Detachable Petrol, for Boat Propulsion
  • (French), 530
  • Motor Traction versus Horse, 393
  • Motor-Wagons, Steam,182,846
  • Motors. See Electric, and Engines
  • Motors, Series, a Method for Finding the MI' ciency of, 385
  • Moulds, Ingot, Continuous Process for Making, 76
  • Mountain Guns. See Guns
  • Municipal Accounts and Audits, 631. See
  • LETTERS, 214, 395, 430, 602, 573, 606, 695, and
  • Glasgow Corporation &c.,
  • Municipal Electric Schemes and their Influence
  • on Industry, 711
  • Mun 459 icipal Engineers and Consulting Engineers,
  • * Municipal Rates, The Growth of, 557
  • Municipal Trading ; Cost of Glasgow Corporation Telephones, 853
  • Municipal Trading ; Glasgow Telephones, 357, 62, 537, 633. See LETTERS, ns, 430, 503, 573, 06, 625
  • Municipal Trading ; Glasgow Tramway Results, 89, 737. See LETTER, 214
  • Municipal Trading Schemes in Parliament, 790
  • Municipal Trading ; St. Marylebone Finance, 462
  • Municipal Undertakings, Depreciation and Sinking Funds in, 557
  • Muntz Metal, Effects of Temperature of Casting, 231, 263
  • Mushet Steel, Heat Curves of, 324, 330, 366
  • Mushet-Tool Steel,.Rapid, 255. See 590, 639, 654, 59
  • 'Husker Steam Motor-Wagons, 182
  • Nagasaki, Trade and Industry in, 506
  • Nagpur Railway, Narrow-Gauge Tank Locomotive for, 13
  • Naphtha-Field, A New Russian, 463
  • Naphtha Industry of Baku, 741
  • Napier Capstan and Windlass Gear on
  • " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 37
  • * National Cycle and Motor-Car Show, 739
  • National Physical L'aboratory, Work at, 225
  • Natural Gas in Sussex, 416
  • Naval Annual, Brassey's, 75
  • Naval Architects, Institution of :
  • Belfast Meeting, 21, 42
  • Mercantile Cruisers Fitted with Housing
  • Propellers, by Mr. James Hamilton, 14, 21.
  • See LETTER, 58
  • Entertainments and Excursions, 22
  • Cross-Channel Steamers, by Professor J. H.
  • Biles, 22, 67
  • Registered Tonnages and their Relation to
  • Fiscal Charges and Design, by Mr. James
  • Maxton, 22, 135. See Erratum, 160
  • Some New Types of Superheaters, by Professor W. H. Watkinson, 42, 63. See
  • LETTER, 87
  • Concluding Proceedings, 43 •
  • Dublin Meeting, 43
  • The Marine Steam Turbine and its Application to the Propulsion of Vessels, by the
  • Hon. C. A. Parsons, 43, 48, 101. See
  • LETTER, 87
  • The Dublin Harbour Works, by Mr. J. P.
  • Griffiths, 45
  • Concluding Proceedings, 45
  • 'Steamer Trip in Dublin Bay, 45
  • Institution Dinner, 45
  • Belfast Harbour and its Development, by
  • Mr. G. F. L. Giles, 99
  • Fast Coaling-Ships for our Navy, by Mr. E.
  • H. Tennyson D'Eyncourt, 101
  • Naval College and Barracks, 392
  • Naval Engineering Research, 221
  • Naval Guns. See Guns
  • Naval Machinery. See Engines and Warships
  • Naval Manoeuvres and Warship Machinery, 735.
  • See LETTER, 808
  • Naval Officers and Education, 835
  • Naval Procedure in England and America., 769
  • Naval Reserve Offic3rs, Training of, 741
  • Naval Shipbuilding in 1903, 870
  • Naval Work, Distribution of this Year's New, 70
  • Navy Administration. 460
  • Navy Boilers. See Water-Tube Boilers
  • Navy Boilers, Statistics, 855
  • Navy Engineers. See Engineers
  • Navy, Japanese, 837
  • Navy and Parliament, 53 •
  • Navy Ships. See Warships
  • Nebula, Photographs of the Orion, 487
  • Nerve Activity of Animals, 103
  • New South Wales Minerals, 358
  • New South Wales Railways, 603
  • New South Wales Trades-Union Law, 807
  • New Zealand Railways, 461
  • Newcastle Corporation Tramways, 3000-Horse.
  • Power Triple-Expansion Engine for, 725
  • Newcomen Engines, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Newport Year-Book, 106, 128
  • Nickel and Cobalt, Separation of, 527
  • Nickel and Steel, Alloys of, 4, 29
  • Nicolson's Experiments on Rapid-Cutting Tool
  • Steel, 255, 590, 639, 654, 759. See 146, 157, 90
  • Nielsbn, Theodor, on the Effect of Wind on
  • Roofs, 08, See LETTERS, 540, 606, 671
  • Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 126
  • Nitrate, Reduction of, by Sewage, 528
  • Nitro-Cellulose Powder and Guns for Battleships, 803, 842
  • Nitrogen and the Aurora Spectra, Comparison
  • of the, 453
  • Nitrogen, Solid Hydrogen and Oxygen (Investigations at Low Temperatures), 526
  • Non-Conducting Covering for Steam-Pipes, 171
  • Norris, Mr. R. V., on Water-Hoisting from Mines, 27
  • Norris, Mr. W. G.' on the Newcomen Engine, 81. See 552, 557, 611, 616
  • North German Lloyd T.-S.S. "Kaiser Wilhelm
  • IL," 37, 143, 193, 244, 276, 329, 341, 376, 444, 91. See 187 and ILLUSTRATIONS
  • North, Notes from the, 16, 50, 95, 120, 150, 184, 18, 250, 284, 318, 352, 388, 422, 456, 503, 530, 64, 606, 628, 662, 698, 732, 766, 800, 832
  • North Pole,
  • Magnetic, The, 603
  • Norwegian Iron Industry, A Possible, 291
  • Norwegian Shipping, 324
  • Notes. See Cleveland, North, South-West, South
  • Yorkshire, and United States •
  • Nova Gemini ' • Was It Previously Known as a
  • Faint Star? 487
  • Nuisance, The Law of, 872

Obituary:

  • Observations, Kite, at the Blue Hill Observatory, 89. See Limn., 730
  • Officers, Training of Naval Reserve, 741
  • Oil-Brakes for Electric Switch-Gear. See Three
  • Phase Switch-Gear
  • Oil-Carrying Railway Wagon, 40-Ton, 848 ,
  • Oil-Engines. See Engines, Oil, and Motor-Cars
  • Oil Fuel, 414
  • Oil-Fuel Tests, Wallsend Company, 634
  • Oil Motor-Boat for the- Uganda Railway Company (Thornycroft), 626
  • Old Bridge over the River Gaiindless ; Stockton and Darlington Railway, 214
  • Old Steam-Engines, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Open-Hearth Steel-Making, Continuous Method of, 4, 29
  • Optic Phenomenon in Astigmatic Beam, 63
  • Optical Research Work at the Reichsanstalt, 647
  • Ordnance. See Guns
  • Ore, Iron, in the Duddon Estuary, 324, 345, 365
  • Ore, Iron, Industry at Bilbao, 836
  • Ore, Iron, on the Mediterranean Coast; 571
  • Ore. See Iron Ore
  • Organic Compounds, 556
  • organic Substances, Constitution of, and Absorption Spectra, 536
  • Organic Substances, Fluorescence as Related to the Constitution of, 526
  • Orion Nebula, Photographs of the, 487
  • Osaka Exhibition, Japan, 55
  • Osaka and Kobe, Trade of, 296
  • Oven, Coke, Practice, the Regulation of the Combustion of, 345, 469
  • Ovens, Coke, 345, 469
  • Overhead Railways, 132. See LErrEas, 86, 159
  • Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Solid Hydrogen (Investigations at Low Temperatures), 526
  • Packing, " Proell " Metallic Stuffing-Box, 130
  • Packing, Spindle, for Centrifugal Pumps, 548
  • Packings, Lancaster Steam, 874
  • Packings, Piston-Rod, and Piston-Rings, Tosi's, 05
  • Painting and Whitewashing Machine, Binks's, 811
  • Paper Gear Wheels, 729, 763
  • Parallel Working of Alternators, 385, 468
  • Parapet Steel Bridge. See Bridges
  • Paris-Orleans Railway, Railway Motor-Car for, C60
  • Paris Underground Railway Fire, 223. See LETTER, 214
  • Parliament and the Navy, 53
  • Parliament. See Legal
  • Parliamentary Private Bill Schemes, 740, 773, 87
  • Parry, Joseph, on the Water Supply of SouthWest Lancashire, 548. See 415
  • Parsons, The Hon. C. A., on the Steam-Turbine and its Application to the Propulsion of
  • Vessels, 43, 48, 101. See LETTER, 87
  • Parsons Turbine Channel Steamer " Brighton," 25
  • Parsons Turbine, The Future of,153. See LETTER, 47
  • Passengers by Fast Atlantic Liners, 187
  • Patent Act, Australian New, 247, 349, 763
  • Patent, German, Office Procedure, 322
  • Patent Legal Cases, Some Recent, 290
  • Patent Record, 36, 69, 107, 138, 168, 203, 235, 69, 303, 371, 408, 441, 475, 513, 549, 583, 646, 81, 717, 785, 817, 851, 885
  • Patents in Canada, 602
  • Patents, German, 395
  • Pattern-Making. 515
  • Pavements and Roads, A Treatise on, 210
  • "Pay-Sheet," Addressograph, 348
  • Pelton Wheel Automatic Governor, 386
  • Pelton Wheel for Centrifugals, 298
  • Pelton Wheel for Driving Centrifugals, 248
  • Pendulum Testing Apparatus for Brittleness of
  • Steel, 431. See 418
  • Penn, The late John, 728
  • Permanency of the Atom, 360
  • Permanent Set in Cast Iron and the Design of
  • Piston-Rod Springs, 400, 418. See Erratum, 429
  • Permanent-Way Crane, 709
  • Persian Gulf Railway, 374
  • Peru, Map of, 60
  • Petrol-Cars. See Motor-Cars
  • Petrol-Engines, Double-Acting, 501
  • Petrol-Motor, Detachable, for Boat-Propulsion (French), 530
  • Petrol. See also Oil, Engines, Oil, and Motor-Cars
  • Petroleum, New Russian Field, 463
  • Petroleum, See also Engines and Oil
  • Pettigrew, Mr. W. F., on Coal as Fuel at Barrowin-Furness, 434. See 324
  • Photographic Lenses, 170
  • Photographs of the Orion Nebula, 487
  • Photographs, Sun, in Monochromatic Light from
  • the Yerkes Observatory, 486
  • Photometer, The Simmance-Abady " Flicker," 29
  • Photomicrographs of Alloys, Illustrating Effects
  • of Temperature on Casting, 231, 266. See 4, 30
  • Physical and Mathematical Section at the British
  • Association, 447, 491
  • Physical Society :
  • Radioactive Processes, by Professor Rutherford, 62 • - • •
  • Some Experiments on Shadows in an Astigmatic Beam of Light, by Professor S. P.
  • Thompson, 63
  • On a Method of Determining the Viscosity
  • of Pitch-Like Solids, by Professor F. T.
  • Trouton and Mr. E. S. Andrews, 63
  • The Positive Ionisation Produced by Hot.
  • Platinum in Air at Low Pressures, by Mr. . W. Richardson, 63
  • The Effect of Light on Green Leaves, by Dr.
  • Waller, 103
  • The " Blaze " Current in Animal and Vegetable Tissues, by Dr. Waller, 103
  • The Bending of Magnetometer Deflection
  • Bars, by Dr. Chree, 637
  • On the Magnetism of Basalt and the Magnetic
  • Behaviour of Basaltic Bars when Heated
  • in Air, by Dr. G. E. Allan, 637
  • Means for Electrifying the Atmosphere on a
  • Large Scale, by Sir Oliver J. Lodge, 744
  • An Arrangement for Driving Mercury Pumps,
  • by Sir Oliver Lodge and Mr. B. Davies, 745
  • Electric Thermostat, by Mr. Horace Darwin, 12
  • The Occurrence of Cavitation in Lubrication,
  • by Mr. S. Skinner, 812
  • Testing of Electric Generators by Air Calorimetry, by Professor R. Threlfall, 813. See 70
  • A Model to Illustrate Various Properties of
  • Wave Motion, by Professor L. R. Wilberforce, 829
  • A Method of Mechanically Reinforcing
  • Sounds, by the Rev. T. C. Porter, 829
  • The Simmance-Abady " Flicker " Photo.
  • meter, by Simmance and Abady, 829
  • * Physics, Elements of, 515
  • Physics, The Use of Vectorial Methods in, 491
  • Picketing and Free Trade in Labour, 601.
  • Pier, Roker,Sunderland, 456
  • Piers, Harours, Docks, and Waterway Schemes
  • in Parliament, 788
  • Pierson, H. \V., on the Newcomen Engine, 611.
  • See 652, 577, 616
  • Pierson's Suction Gas-Producer, 696. See 420
  • Pig-Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Pig Iron. See iron
  • Pipe-Joints, Smith Tapping Machine, 281
  • Pipe Line, Baku-Batum, 706
  • Pipes, Deposits in, and the Purification of Water, 40
  • Piping, Steam, Efficiency of Coverings for, 171
  • Piston-Rod Packing, Lancaster, 874
  • Piston-Rod Packing, " Proell " Metallic StaffingBox and, 130
  • Piston-Rod Pact ings, Tosi's, and Piston-Rings, 05
  • Piston Springs, Permanent Set in Cast-Iron,
  • Bearing on the Design of, 400, 418. See
  • Erratum, 420
  • Pitch-Like Solids, Method of Determining the
  • Viscosity of, 63
  • Pitt, Walter, on Hydraulic versus Electric Dock
  • • Equipment, 1, 28
  • Planing Machines. See Machine-Tools
  • Platinum and Gold, Intensification of Chemical
  • Action by the Emanation from, 451
  • Platinum, Hot, in Air at Low Pressures, Producing Positive Ionisation, 63
  • Pneumatic Hammers, 617, 685. See ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Pole, North, Magnetic Electric, 603
  • Polyphase Alternators. See Alternators
  • Post Office Telegraphs, 430
  • Potable Waters of South-West Lancashire, 384, 72
  • Potteries, China-Clay Situation in the, 293
  • Power Cost in France, 571
  • Power, Cost of, 706
  • Power, Electric, and its Application, 711, 749
  • Power, Gas, and Lighting Schemes in Parliament, 788
  • Po xer Gas. See Engines, Gas, and Producers
  • Power and Lighting, Electric, Schemes in Parliament, 787
  • Power of Motor-Cars, The R'al Horse-,220
  • Power Plant with Mechanical Draught Berlin, 24, 862
  • Power Plant. See also Electric
  • Power Required to Drive Centrifugals, 248
  • Power Station Condensing Plant, 73, 141
  • Power Station and Electric Lighting, RefuseDestructors, Leeds Corporation Works, 180
  • Power Station, Plant for Large Electric, 463
  • Power Stations. See also Electric
  • Power, Water, in France, 571
  • " Practical Engineer " Electrical Pocket-Book
  • and Diary for 1904, The, 707 •
  • Practice, Coke-Oven, The Regulation of the
  • Combustion of, 345, 469
  • Preferential Tariffs, 497, 567. 666. See LETTERS
  • Press, 2000-Ton Hydraulic Forging, at Borsig's, 51
  • Pressure, Explosive, and Rate of Combustion of
  • Cordite, 452
  • Pressure-Gauge Tester, Vulcan Portable, 843
  • Pressure of Wind on Roofs, 503, See LETrERS, 40, 606, 671
  • Pressures and Frequencies, Standard Ele.:tric, 04
  • Pressures, Momentary Relief of Great, 429
  • Preston Boiler Explosion, 813
  • Prevention of Fire Congress, 93, 127. See 265
  • Prevention of Floods in the Thames Valley, 671
  • Prevention of Smoke, 667
  • Prices, British and Foreign Crane Contract, 763
  • Prices, Steel, American, 770
  • Priest, M., and Thresh, J. C., on the Distribution of Sewage on Bacteria Beds, 267
  • Private Bill Legislation, Precedents in, '755
  • Private Bill Schemes in Parliament, 740, 773, 787
  • Private Supply of Electricity, 124
  • Problems of Modern Street Traffic, 383. See
  • LETTER, 501
  • Producer Gas. See Engines, Gas
  • Producer, Pierson's Gas, 420
  • Producer, Pierson's Suction Gas, 696
  • Producer, Talbot's Gas, 474 • •
  • Production and Consumption of Coal, 666
  • " Proell " Metallic Stuffing-Box,130
  • Profile of Glasgow and South-Western Railway,
  • • Carlisle to Glasgow. 422
  • Progress of American Shipbuilding, 538
  • Progress in Final and Sanitary Refuse Disposal,
  • Twenty-Five Years', 413
  • Progress in Japan, 224, 667
  • Progress of London and Brighton Railway
  • Traffic, Diagram, 586
  • Projectiles, Capped, 533, 730
  • Prominences, Solar, and Terrestrial Magnetism, 86
  • Prominences, Sun-Spots and Corona, 486
  • Propeller Blades, Covering, 260
  • Propeller. See also Screw Propellers
  • Propellers, Housing, for Mercantile Cruisers, 14, 1.• See LETTER, 58
  • Propellers, Ship's, Shaping the Blades of, 494
  • Propellers of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm IL," 444
  • Propelling Engines. See Engines
  • Property, Industrial, Congress, 460
  • Propulsion, Electrical, as a General Means of
  • Transport, 385
  • Pr8opulsion of Warships, Screw, 738. See Limnos,
  • Protection, Foreshore, and Deep-Sea Erosion, ' 29, 349
  • Protection or Free Trade for Engineers ? 159, 191
  • Protective Devices for High-Tension Electrical
  • Systems, 384
  • Prussian Railway Speed Regulations, 477
  • Prussian Technical Testing Station at Charlottenburg, 226
  • Psychrometers and Hair Hygrometers, 490
  • Public Authorities. See Municipal
  • Public Lighting, Cost of Gas versus Electricity, 60, 637
  • Publicity, Uses of, 665. See LETTER, 708
  • Pulley-Block, Mork Screw, 85
  • * Pump, Boiler Feed (Heisler), 467
  • Pump, Hydraulic, at Borsig's, 551
  • Pump, Packing for Centrifugal, 548
  • Pump Valve, Downie's Dead-Lift, 467
  • Pumps, Air, Dry, for Surface Condenser, 314
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Efficiency Tests, 719, 745
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Steam Turbine-Driven, for
  • High Lifts, 9, 32. See LETTER, 86
  • Pumps for Condensing Plant, 73, 141, 824
  • Pumps, Mercury, Arrangement for Driving, 745
  • Pumps of T.-S.S " Kaiser Wilhelm IL," 876
  • Pumping Engines, Ancient, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Pumping Machinery at Sea, Auxiliary, 669
  • Pumping Water. See also Air Lift
  • Pumping Water from Mines, 227
  • Punched versus Drilled Holes in Ships' Hulls, 6, 59
  • Punching and Shearing Machine, An Early, 412
  • Purification of Water, Deposits in Pipes and, 840
  • Quadruple-Cylinder Engine, Lefevre High-Speed, 80
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Quantitative Estimation of Chloroform Vapour
  • in Air, by Dr. Waller, 103
  • Quartz Vessels for Distillation of Metals, 706
  • • ueen," H.M.S., Steam Trials of, 800. See
  • Erratum 884
  • " Queen," Turbine Ch innel Steamer, The, 20
  • Queensland Railways, 632
  • Quick-Firing Guns. See Guns
  • Quicksilver. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Racing Yach's, Design of, 464
  • Radiation through a Foggy Atmosphere, 452
  • Radiation and Illumination, 686, 751
  • Radiaoctive Emanations in the Earth's Crust
  • and Atmosphere, 451. See 288, 426
  • Radioactive Processes, 62
  • Radioactive Substances, Nature of the Emanations from, 448. See 28S, 426
  • Radioactivity, 426, 447, 448, 451
  • Radioactivity and Comets, 288, 405, 426, 448
  • Radioactivity, Cosmical, 451. See 288, 426
  • Radioactivity, Experiments in, 781
  • Radioactivity ; the Permanency of thb Atom, 60
  • Radium Emanations, 288. See 360, 405, 426, 448, 51, 781
  • Rail, Steel. See Microstructure, and Iron and
  • Steel Institute, and Steel
  • Rails, Sorbitic Steel, 324, 325, 343
  • Rails, Steel, High in Manganese, Heat Treatment
  • of, 343, 364. See 325, 418, 431, 527
  • Rails, Tramway, 773 '
  • Railroad, American, Progress, 739
  • Railroads, Mono, 413 • •
  • Railway Accidents:
  • Ballymote, Collision at, 708
  • Birmingham, Collision at New-Street Station, 08
  • Derailment at Kirkdale, Lancashire and
  • Yorkshire Railway, 185
  • Railway Administration during Crises, Colonial, 03, 632
  • Railway, Bagdad, Route to India, 374
  • Railway Carriage Lighting, Eastern Railway of
  • France, 386
  • Railway Carriage, Saloon, for the " Sud Express," 29
  • Railway Carriage Spring Seat, 673
  • Railway Carriages, Self-Propelled, 355. See 287, 60
  • Railway Construction, British, 227, 259
  • Railway Construction, London, 227
  • Railway, Electric, Power Act, 570
  • Railway, Electric Traction on, 11, 34
  • Railway Expansion, Canadian, 91
  • Railway Fire, Paris Underground, 223. See
  • LETTER, 214
  • Railway, Grand Trunk, Economics, 542
  • Railway, Great Northern, Locomotive and Carriage Works, 178
  • Railway, Great Western, Record Run on, 93
  • Railway Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Railway Management, Indian. 253, 535
  • Railway, Midland, and Turbine-Driven Screw
  • Steamers, 158
  • Railway Motor-Car for the Pa is Orleans Railway
  • Company, 560
  • Railway, Permanent-Way Crane, Cape Government, 709
  • Railway Points and Signals, Electrically-Operated, 79. See 760
  • Railway, Prussian, Speed Regulations, 477
  • Railway Rolling-Stock. See Carriages, Wagons,
  • and Locomotives
  • Railway Schemes in Parliament, 740, 773
  • Railway, Siberian, Fuel for the, 807 •
  • Railway Signal Company, Limited, Liverpool ;
  • " Crewe' System of Electrically 'Operating
  • Railway Points and Signals, 79
  • Railway Signalling (Westinghouse), Electro-Gas
  • System of, 760
  • Railway Stations. See Stations
  • Railway Traction, Electric, in Berlin, Monophase, 634. See 392
  • Railway Traction, High-Speed, 604
  • Railway Train Record Speed, Great Western, 3
  • Railway Train Weighbridge, 350
  • Railway and Tramway, Electric, Progress in
  • America, 226, 301
  • Railway, Trans-Australian, 427. See LETTER, 02
  • Railway, Uganda, American Bridges on, 249
  • Railway, Underground, Electric, Concrete
  • Tunnel for, 574
  • Railway-Wagon for Carrying Oil, 40-Ton, 348
  • Railway-Wagon, Coke, 823
  • Railway Widening,London and Brighton, 585, 51, 690, 755, 820 865
  • Railway Year-Book, 214
  • Railways, Argentine, 572
  • Railways, British, 762
  • Railways, British, and their Competitors, 287, 55. See 360
  • Railways, Ceylon, 872
  • Railway s, Electric. See Electric
  • Railways, Electricity on Suburban, 670
  • Railways, Elevated, 132. See LETTERS, 86,159„
  • * Railways, Indian, 116
  • Railways, New South Wales, 603
  • Railways, New Zealand, 461
  • Railways, Queensland, 632
  • Railways. See also Electric
  • Railways in South Africa, 1602 819. See 683
  • Railways, Tube, The Ventilation of, 419
  • Rain at Seathvt aite, The Rate of Fall of, 415
  • Rainfall over the British Isles, 783
  • Rainfall Problems, Some, 490
  • Rainfall on the River Barrow, County Down,
  • Ireland, and at Banbridge and Lough Island
  • Reavy Reservoir, 415
  • Rainfall in Scotland and Sun-Spot Periods, 486
  • Raising of Water by, Compressed Air, 10, 33
  • Raising Water by Compressed Air, 675. See
  • LETTERS, 708, 729, 809
  • Range Finder, Further Experiments with the
  • Infantry, 414
  • Rapid Cutting Tool Steels, and Machines therefor, 46, 157, 255, 690, 639, 654, 690, 759
  • Rateau, Professor, on Steam Turbines, 6, 32, 105
  • Rates, Municipal, The Growth of, 557
  • Rates, Tonnage of Steamship, 135. See 22, and
  • Erratum., 160
  • Ravensworth, The late Lord, 160
  • Record Train Speed on the Great Western Railway, 93
  • Reduction of Nitrate by Sewage, 628
  • Refrigerator and Steriliser for Milk, &c., 24
  • Refuse-Destructors, Leeds Corporation Works, 80
  • Refuse Disposal, Twenty-Five Years' Progress in
  • Final and Sanitary, 413
  • Registering and Counting, Automatic Machine,
  • Forsyth's Cask, 530. See Erratum., 564
  • Regulation of the Combustion in Coke-Oven
  • Practice, 345, 469
  • Regulations, Motor-Car, 736
  • Reichsanstalt at Charlottenburg, 226
  • Reichsanstalt, The Work of the, 647. See 258
  • Reinforcing Sounds Mechanically, A Method of, 29
  • Relief, Momentary, of Great Pressure, 429
  • Repair Shop on T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm IL,' 76
  • Repulsion Motors, Single-Phase, 419, 506. See 92
  • Research, Naval Engineering Experimental, 221
  • Reservoir for Birmingham Water Works, 494
  • Residual Products, Utilisation of, 289
  • Resistance, Air, Laws of, 211
  • Resistance, Reduction of Wave-Making, by New
  • Methods, 86
  • Resistance of Road Vehicles to Traction, 381, 438
  • Restoration of Dangerously Crystalline Steel, 24, 334. See 418, 431, 527
  • Retaining Walls, London and Brighton Railway, 90, 755
  • Retirement of Admiral Melville, 225
  • Richards, Mr. A. W., 'and Stead, Mr. J. E., on
  • the Restoration of Dangerously Crystalline
  • Steel, Heat Treatment, 334. See'324, 418, 431, 27 Richards, Mr. A. W., and Stead, Mr. J. E., on
  • Sorbitic Steel Rails, 325, 343
  • Rifle Range-Finders, 414
  • Rings, Piston, of Cast Iron, 403, 418. See
  • Erratum, 429
  • Rings, Piston, and Piston-Rod Packings, Tosi's, 05
  • River Gaundless Bridge, Stockton and Darlington Railway, 214
  • River Mersey Tidal Regime, 415
  • Riveting of Hull of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 93
  • Road Locomotion. See Motor-Cars and Wagons
  • Road Locomotive, 8-Horse-Power Compound
  • (Garrett, Leiston), 873 Road Steam-Wagons. • See Wagons
  • Road Vehicles, Resistance of, to Traction, 381, 38
  • Roads, Macadamised, The Effect of Traffic and
  • Weather on, 416
  • Roads and Pavements, Treatise on, 210
  • Robey-Saurer Oil-Engine and Dynamo, 13
  • Rock-Drills, Fern's " Challenge ' Sharpener for, 62
  • Rod Packing. See Piston-Rod
  • Roker Pier, Sunderland, 456
  • Roller Bearing for Bridges, 755
  • Rolling-Mills at Messrs. Borsig's, 587
  • Rolling - Stock. See Carriages, Wagons, and
  • Locomotives
  • Roof Veranda for Stations, London and Brighton
  • Railway, 855
  • Roofs, Effects of Wind on, 508. See LETTERS, 40, 606, 671
  • Rooting Shops Anew, 744
  • Roorkee Manual of Applied Mechanics, 310. See
  • LETTER, 606
  • Rope Works, Steel, Cradock's, 180
  • Ropeway, Wire, at Queen's Ferry, Flint, 728
  • Rossie Priory, Perthshire, Turbine Electric Generators at, 281, 660
  • Rotatory Mechanism, A New Cylindric, 777
  • Royal Agricultural Show. See Agricultural Show
  • Royal Commission on Trade Disputes, 92
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteorological
  • Royal Navy List, 211 Rubber, India-, Cutting Machine, Automatic:, 659
  • Russian Iron and Coal Industry, 538
  • Russian Iron Trade, 165
  • Russian Naphtha Field, A New, 463
  • Safe Speeds of Emery Wheels, 222. See 246, 282
  • Safety Coupling for Shafts, 195 •
  • Saint. See St.
  • Salford Iron Works Erecting-Shops, with Korting
  • Gas-Engine, 600
  • Saloon Car for the " Sud Express," 229
  • Saloons of T.-S.S, " Kaiser Wilhem II.," 143
  • Salts, Water, and Chemical Reactions between, 27
  • Sand-Blast for Cleaning Structural Metal, 601
  • Sandwich System of Apprentice Education, 89
  • Sandwich System.. See Apprentices
  • Sanitary Pumps of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm IL," 76
  • ,Saw, Band, Filing Machine, The Buhl, 780
  • Saw, Band, for Logs, 641
  • aw-Bench, Portable Electrically-Driven, 261
  • * Sawing Machines. See Machine-Tools
  • Scantlings of null of T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm II ," 193
  • School, Manchester Municipal, of Technology,
  • Brewing Plant at, 207
  • " Science Abstracts," 192
  • Science. Economic, and Statistics, 557
  • Scientific Procedure in Shipbuilding, 680
  • Scientific Research, Duty-Free Alcohol for, 556
  • Scotland, Rainfall in, and Sun-Spot Periods, 486
  • Screw-Cutting Lathes. See Machine-Tools
  • Screw Gauges, &hall, 384
  • Screw - Measuring Machine at the National
  • Physical Laboratory, 660
  • Screw-Milling Machine, 802
  • Screw Propellers, 680. See also Propellers
  • Screw Propellers, Triple - Expansion Engine,
  • Housing, 14, 21. See LErrJR, 58
  • Screw Propulsion for Warships, 738. See LETTER, 40
  • Screws, Twin versus Triple, 679
  • Sea, Deep, Erosion, 129, 349
  • Sea, Taking Soundings at, 258. See Pressure
  • Sea-Water of the Levant, Diurnal Temperature
  • of Variations in the, 490
  • Seamless Steel Boat Works, 180
  • Seat, Hammock Carriage Spring, 673
  • Seaton. A. E., on the Modern Express Steamer
  • for Short Passages, 5, 30
  • Seismological Investigations, 491
  • Self-Induction Spectrum of Silicium, 526 •
  • Self-Propelled Railway Carriages, 355. See 287, 60
  • Self-Propelled Vehicles. See Motor-Cars and
  • Wagons
  • Self-Recording Instruments, 491
  • Separation of Cobalt and Nickel, 527
  • Sewage, Bacterial Treatment of, Design of
  • Works, 500. See 801
  • Sewage, Distribution on Bacteria Beds, 267
  • Sewage, Reduction of Nitrate by, 528
  • Sewage and Water, Bacterial Treatment of, Up-toDate, 8, 32. See 801
  • Shadows in Astigmatic Beam of Light, 63 •
  • Shafting of the Kaiser Wilhelm H.," 444
  • Shafts, Lindqvist's Safety Coupling for, 195
  • Shaping the Blades of Ships' Propellers, 494
  • Sharpener, " Challenge," Fern's, for Rock-Drills, 62
  • Shaw, J. L , on Iron Ore in the Duddon
  • Estuary, 365. See 324, 345
  • Shawinigan Power-Station, Canada, Generators
  • for, 598
  • Sheep-Shearing Machinery, 24
  • Shell and Shots, Capped, 533
  • Ship Canal, Indian, 225
  • Ship, Model, Tank Experiments, 464
  • Ship Plans in Section of T.-S.S "Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 37, 193
  • Ship Propeller Blades, Covering, 260. See also
  • Propellers
  • Ships' Bulkhead Door, Hydraulically-Worked,
  • Stone-Lloyd System, 624
  • Ships' Hulls, Drilled versus Punched Holes in, 6, 59 Ships' Propellers, Shaping the Blades of, 494
  • Ships, Reduction of Wave-Making Resistance by
  • a New Method, 86
  • Ships. See Steamers, Steamships, and Warships
  • Shipbuilding in America, 126; 538
  • Shipbuilding Berth Cranes, at Fore River Works,
  • Quincy. Mass., 347 •
  • Shipbuilding Company, United States, 705. See 3, 499, 570
  • Shipbuilding Hand-Book, German, 238
  • Shipbuilding in 1903, Naval, 870
  • Shipbuilding Progress, 634, 678, 713. See 701.
  • See LETTER., 808
  • Shipbuilding, Scientific Procedure in, 680
  • Shipbuilding. See Warships and Naval Architects
  • Shipbuilding Trade, Depression in, 92, 501
  • Shipbuilding Trust, American, 93
  • Shipbuilding Works, Electrically-Driven, 19
  • Shipping Company, Japanese, 126
  • Shipping, Japanese, 571, 837
  • Shipping, Norwegian, 324
  • Shipwrecks of the Year, 427
  • Shop, Re-Roofing, 744 Shot and Shell, Capped, 533 Shows of Cycles and Motors, 728, 739 KM
  • Siberia, Iron Industry of, 393
  • Siberian Railway, Fuel for the, 807
  • Signalling, Railway, Electro-Gas System, 760
  • Signals, Railway, Elf ctrically Operated, 79Silesia Iron and Steel Works, Borsig's, 479, 551, 87, 620, 691, 724, 794
  • Silicon in Iron, 345, 395
  • Silicon and Iron, Alleged Cementation of, 166
  • Simmance-Abady " Flicker" Photometer, 829
  • Sinking Funds in Municipal Undertakings, Depreciation and, 657. See Glasgow
  • Six o'clock Man, 625, 707, 729, 761, 763
  • Sketches, Elements of Electro-Mechanical, 211
  • Skips for Handling Coke in French Gas Works, 74
  • Slag Conveyor, Cupola, 302 .
  • Sleeping - Car Company, International Saloon
  • Car, 229
  • Small Screw Gauges, 384
  • Smell of Filed Steel, 605
  • Smelting, Chlorine, with Electrolysis, 155
  • Smith Tapping Machine, 261
  • Smithfield Club Show, Engines at, 805
  • Smoke Nuisance (Legal), 667
  • Societies. See Institutions
  • Society of Arts ; Inaugural Address by Sir
  • William Abney, 703
  • Softener and Water Steriliser, 673
  • Softener, Water, Harris-Anderson, 46
  • Softening Water for Boilers, 858, 876 Solar Prominences and Terrestrial Magnetism, 86
  • Solar and Terrestrial Simultaneous Changes, 486
  • Solids, Structure in, Gianular and Spicular, 451
  • Some Neglected Points in Furnace Construction,
  • by Mr. H. H. Cunynghame, 805
  • Sorbitic Steel, Beardshaw's, 528
  • Sorbitic Steel Rails, 324, 325, 343
  • Sounds, A Method of Mechanically Reinforcing, 29 •
  • Soundings at Sea, Taking,258. See Pressure
  • South Africa, British Trae in, 819. See 683
  • * South African Mail Steamers, 780
  • South African Railways, 160
  • South Africa,The Engineer in, 683.
  • See 819
  • South Wales Anthracite Coal Combine, 704
  • South-West, Notes from, 17, 51, 96, 121, 51, 85, 219, 250, 284, 318, 363, 389, 23, 457, 04, 8799, 565, 607, 629, 663, 699, 733, 67, 801, 33,
  • * South Yorkshire, Notes from, 16, 51, 95, 120, 51, 185, 218, 250, 284, 318, 362, 388, 23, 57, 03, 531, 565, 607, 628, 662, 698, 32, 767, 00, 32, 875
  • Southwark Bridge, 191
  • Spectra, Absorption, and Chemical Constitution
  • of Organic Substances, 526
  • Spectra, Absorption and Emission, 623
  • Spectra, Aurora, and Nitrogen, Comparison of, 53
  • Spectra, Carbon and Iron Arc, at High Gaseous
  • Pressures, 452
  • Spectra of Elements and Compounds, WaveLength Tables of the, 523
  • Spectra of Lightning, 453
  • Spectroscopic Research Work at the Reichsanstalt, 647
  • Spectrum of Silicium, Self-Induction, 626
  • Speed, High, Railway Traction, 604
  • Speed, Record Train, on the Great Western
  • Railway, 93
  • Speeds of Emery Wheels, Safe, 222. See 246, 82
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Spicular and Granular Structure in Solids, 451
  • Spindle Packing.for Centrifugal Pumps, 548
  • Span's Engineers' Price-Book, 478 •
  • Spring Hammers, 617, 685. See ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Spring Seat, Hammock Carriage, 673
  • Springs, Indicator, Differential, 675
  • Springs, Piston, Permanent Set in Cast Iron
  • Bearing on the Design of, 400, 418. See
  • Erratum, 429
  • Springs, Testing Indicator, 258
  • St. Louis Exhibition, Mining Plant at, 58
  • St. Marylebone Borough and Electric Finance, 62
  • Stability, Statical, of Channel Steamers, 22, 7
  • Stamping Machine for Coke Manufacture at 79
  • Borsig's,
  • Standard Direct-Current Pressiire and Standard
  • Frequencies, 604
  • Standard Test- Pieces, 60
  • Standards, Electrical, Committee Report, 452
  • Standards, Engineering, 635
  • Standards, Engineering, Committee, 595
  • Standards and Gauges as Affepting Shop and
  • Manufactory Administration, 25
  • Standards of Length, 103
  • Stanley Club Cycle Show, 728
  • Stanton, Mr. Thomas E., on Experiments on the
  • Efficiency of Centrifugal Pumps, 719, 745
  • Star, Faint, Was the Nova Gemini Previously
  • Known as a ? 487
  • Starting and Reversing Engine of T.-S.S.
  • " Kaiser William II.," 341
  • Statical Stability of Channel Steamers, 22, 67
  • Statics by Algebraic and Graphic Methods, 278
  • Stations, Electric. See Electric
  • Stations on London and Brighton Railway, 651, 20
  • Statistics and Economic Science, 557
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., on Alleged Cementation of Iron
  • and Silicon, 106
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., and Richards, Mr. A. W., on
  • the Restoration of Dangerously Crystalline
  • Steel by Heat Treatment, 334. See 324, 418, 31, 527
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., .and Richards, Mr. A. W., on
  • Sorbitic bteel Rails, 325, 313
  • Stead's Recent Experiments on the Causes and
  • Prevention of Brittleness in Steel, 627. See 18, 431. See Iron and Steel Institute
  • Steam-Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube
  • Boilers
  • Steam consumption of Turbines, 153. See
  • LETTER, Y.47
  • Ste4m tngineering, Elements of, 211
  • Steam-Bugines. See Engines
  • Steam Lifeboat for Mauritius, 212
  • Steam Lorries. See Motor-Cars and Wagons
  • Steam Motor-ear Construction, 846. See 381 and
  • LETTER, 501
  • Steam motor Vehicles. See Motor-Cars
  • Steam Motor Wagons, 182
  • Steam Packings, 130, 505, 648, 874
  • Steam-Pipes. See Pipes
  • Steam Piping, Efficiency of Covering, 171
  • Steam Stop-Valve, Main, on T.-S.S. " Kaiser
  • Wilhelm II.," 341
  • Steam, superheated. See also Superheater
  • Steam Superheaters, Watkinson on, 63. See 42,
  • and LETTER, 87
  • Steam-Trap Litigation, 838
  • Steam Trials of H.M.S. "Challenger," 394
  • Steam Trials of H.M.S. "Cumberland," 364
  • Steam Trials of H.M.S. " Queen," 800. See
  • Erratum, 884
  • Steam Trials of Torpedo-Boats, Thornycroft's, 50
  • Steam Turbine. See also Turbines
  • Steam Turbines, 43, 48, 101, 394, 679, 806
  • Steam Turbines ; Rateau Steam Turbine, 6, 32, 05
  • Steam Users' Association, Manchester, 99
  • Steamer, Atlantic, Subsidies, 187. See 53
  • Steamer, Channel Turbine, " Brighton," 325
  • Steamer, Channel, Turbine Steam, The "Queen," 0
  • Steamer with Curtis Turbine, 394, 806
  • Steamer, Great Eastern, 636
  • Steamer, "Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 37, 143, 193, 244, 76, 329, 341, 376, 444, 494. See 187 and Ittus'MATIONS
  • Steamer, The Modern Express, for Short Passages, 6, 30
  • Steamer "Mona," for the Tyne General Ferry
  • Company. Twin-Screw Passenger, 831
  • Steamer, Twin - Screw, " Armadale Castle," 80
  • Steamers, Channel, 22, 67
  • Steamers, Coaling, for the Navy, 104
  • Steamers' Engines. See Engineg
  • * Steamers with Parsons Turbine, 43, 48, 101. See
  • LETTER, 87
  • Steamers. See Ships, Steamships, and Warships
  • Steamers, Turbine-Driven; Midland Railway, 158
  • Steamship Pumps, 669
  • Steamship Register Tonnage, Diagrams, 135.
  • See 22, and Erratum, 160
  • Steamships, Vibration of, 25
  • Steel, Analyses of High-Speed Tool, 690
  • Steel Brittleness, 324, 325, 334, 418, 431, 627, 528
  • Steel, Cast, Cement, Amalgams Company, 293, 27, 430, 466, 602, 540
  • Steel, Diseases of, 345
  • Steel, Filed, The Smell of, 605
  • Steel Furnace Construction, Some Neglected
  • Points in, 805
  • Steel Girders. See Bridges
  • Steel, High-Speed Tool, 146, 157, 255, 590, 639, 54, 690, 759. See 324, 330, 366
  • Steel Hydraulic Cylinder, 27-Ft., 528
  • Steel Industries, German and British, 498
  • Steel Ingot Moulds, Continuous Process for
  • Making, 576
  • Steel and Iron for Advanced Students, 515
  • Steel and Iron Institute. See Iron and Steel
  • Institute
  • Steel and Iron Works, Frodingham, 180
  • Steel and Iron Works, Upper Silesia, Borsig's, 79, 551, 687, 020, 691, 721, 794
  • Steel-Making, Open-Hearth, Continuous Method, , 29
  • Steel, Mild, and Wrought Iron, Dangerous
  • Crystallisation of, 4, 30
  • Steel and Nickel, Alloys of, 2, 29
  • Steel Prices, American, 770
  • Steel Production in America, 356
  • Steel Rails High in Manganese, Heat Treatment
  • of, 343. 364. See 825, 418, 431, 527
  • Steel Rails, Sorbitic, 324, 325, 343
  • Steel, The Restoration of Dangerously Crystalline, 324, 334. See 325, 418, 431, 527
  • Steel Rope Works, Cradock's, 180
  • Steel, Seamless, Boat Works, 180
  • Steel Situation in the States, 123. See Erratum, 62
  • Steel-Smelting Department at Borsig's Works,
  • Silesia, 479
  • Steel, Sorbitic, Beardshaw's, 523. See 343
  • Steel, Stead's Recent Experiments on the Causes
  • and Prevention of Brittleness in, 527. See 418, 31, and Iron and Steel Institute
  • Steel, Tensile Tests of, and the Relation of
  • Elongation to the Size of Test-Bars, 671
  • Steel, Testing, as Regards Brittleness, 418, 431
  • Steel, Tool, Fast-Cutting, 146, 167, 255, 590, 639, 54, 690, 759. See 324, 830, 366
  • Steel Trade, Britain's Competitors, 158
  • Steel Trusts, United States, an Objent-Lesson in
  • Formation of, 93, 499, 570, 705
  • Steel Tubes, Weldless, the Manufacture of, 345, 02
  • Steel, Tungsten, Alloys, 324, 330, 366
  • Steels, Tool, for Rapid Cutting, 146, 157, 255, 90, 639, 654, 690, 759
  • Steriliser and Refrigerator for Milk, &c., 24
  • Steriliser, Water, and Softener, 673
  • Stockton and Darlington Railway ; Old Bridge
  • over the River Gaundless, 214
  • Stokehold Arrangements of T.-S.S. " Kaiser
  • Wilhdlin II.," 244
  • Stoking Indicator, Kilroy's, 454
  • Stone - Lloyd Hydraulically - Worked Bulkhead
  • Doors, 621
  • S con ebreake rs, 24
  • Stones for Building and Decoration, 617
  • Stop - Valve, Main Steam, on T.-S.S. " Kaiser
  • Wilhelm II.," 341
  • Storage of Coal under Water, 324
  • Stratton's Four-Way Hydraulic Valve, 493
  • Street Cleansing, Horse versus Motor Traction, 93
  • Street Lighting; Cost of Gas versus Electricity, 60, 637
  • Street Traffic, Modern, Problems of, 383
  • Streets and Pavements, A Treatise on, 210
  • Stresses in the Web of an Arched Rib, 59
  • Strike Clause, The Operation of the, 704
  • Strikes and Free Trade in Labour, 601
  • Strikes, Royal Commission on, 92
  • Strobographic Methods, 837
  • Structural Metalwork, Cleaning of, 501
  • Structure of Metals, 4, 30
  • Structure of Metals. See Photomicrographs
  • Structure in Solids, Granular and Spicular, 451
  • Students, Engineering. See Apprentices
  • Stuffing-Box, Proell " Metallic, 180. See also
  • Packings
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 83, 259, 779
  • Submarine Telegraphy, 748
  • Submarine Vessels, 715
  • Subsidies for Atlantic Liners, 187. See 53
  • Suburban Locomotive for the Electric Railway, 65
  • Subway under London and Brighton Railway
  • Widening, 651
  • Sugar Manufacture, Centrifugal Machines for, 298
  • Summerfield, R. D., on Condensing Plant, 73, 141
  • Sunderland, Roker Pier, 456
  • Sun Photographs in Monochromatic Light from
  • Yerkes Observatory, 486
  • Sun Spot Periods and Rainfall in Scotland, 486
  • Sun-Spots, Prominences and Corona), 486
  • Superheater, Cruse Controllable, 215
  • Superheaters, Steam, Watkinson, 63. See 42,
  • and LarrEa, 87
  • Suplee, H. H.,on Fast-Cutting Tools, 146, 167
  • Support for urnace Bottoms, Truck, 268
  • Surface-Condensing Plant, Longton, Staffordshire, 314
  • Surface of Roads and Traotive Effort of Vehicles, 81, 438
  • Survey, Magnetic, in the United States, Progress of, 491
  • Surveying Instrument, Fergusson's " Percentage"
  • Theodolite, 759, 811
  • Sussex, Natural Gas in, 416
  • Swedish Iron Ore Companies, Combine of, 257
  • " Swiftsure," H.M. Battleship (late " Constitution "), 803, 842
  • Swinburne, J., on:Entropy, or Thermodynamics
  • from an Engineer's Point of View, 271, 306, 337, 73, See 452
  • * Swiss Compound Four-Cylinder Locomotive, 281
  • Switch-Gear, Three-Phase, 409, 443, 482, 516. See
  • LETTERS
  • Taff Vale Railway Case, Effect of, 807
  • Taking Soundings at Sea, 268. See Pressure
  • Talbot, Mr. B., on the Continuous Method of Open-Hearth Steel-Making, 4, 29
  • Talbot Mechanical Gas-Producer, 474
  • Tank Experiments, 404
  • Tannett, Walker, and Co.'s Goodman-street
  • Works, 181
  • Tapping Machine, The Smith, 201
  • Tariff Question; A Working Man, 159, 191
  • Teaching of Mathematics. See Mathematics for
  • Engineers
  • Teaching of Mathematics, 634. See Limmas, 9, 574, 606, 625, 671
  • Teaching. See Technical Education
  • Technical Education, The Appreciation of, 671
  • Technical Education of Engineer Apprentices, 9, 426, 439
  • Technical Education, English Industry and
  • Advanced, 542
  • Technical Education, Great Western Railway
  • and, 328
  • Technical Education, Mathematics for Engineers, 34. See LETTBits, 59, 574, 606, 625, 671
  • Technical Education in Rural England, 323
  • Technical Education. See also Education
  • Technical Municipal Institute, Manchester, The
  • Equipment of, 380
  • Technical Press, Index of the, 285
  • Technical Schools, Directory of, 191
  • Technical Testing Station at Charlottenburg,
  • Prussian, 226
  • Technology, Manchester Municipal School of,
  • Brewing Plant at, 207
  • Telegraph Companies, Submarine, 83, 259, 779
  • Telegraphs, Post-Office, 430
  • Telegraphy, 748
  • Telephone, Cost of Glasgow Corporation, 853
  • Telephones, Glasgow Corporation, 357, 462, 537, 03. See LETTERS, 395, 430, 503, 573, 606, 625
  • Temperature, Casting, Effects on Alloys, 231, 63
  • Temperature Differences in Boiler Water, 292
  • Temperature, Diurnal, of Variations in the Sea
  • Water of the Levant, 490
  • Temperatures, The Application of Low, to the
  • Study of Biological Problems, 526
  • Tender, Locomotive. See Locomotives
  • Tensile Tests' of Mild Steel and the Relation of
  • Elongation to the Size of Test-Bars, 671
  • Tercentenary of Dr. Gilbert, 839
  • Terrestrial Magnetism in Relation to Geography, 91
  • Terrestrial Magnetism and Solar Prominences, 86
  • Terrestrial and Solar Changes, Simultaneous, 86
  • Test-Pieces? Standard, 60
  • Tests, Efficiency, for Centrifugal Pumps, 719, 745
  • Tests, Oil Fuel, Wallsend Company, 634
  • Tests, Tensile, of Mild Steel, and the Relation
  • of Elongation to the Size. of Test Bars, 671
  • Tester, The Vulcan Portable Pressure-Gauge, 813
  • Testing of Electric Generators by Air Calorimetry, 770, 813
  • Testing Indicator Springs, 253
  • Testing Laboratories, Borsig's, 587, 725
  • Testing Material for Fire Prevention, 127. See 65
  • Testing the Soundness of Cement, 706
  • Testing Station, Prussian Technical, at Charlottenburg, 226
  • Testing Steel as Regards Brittleness, 418, 431
  • Testing Work of the Reichsanstalt, 647. See 258
  • Thames Valley, Prevention of Floods in, 671
  • Theodolite, Fergusson's " Percentage," 759, 841
  • Thermal and Electric Conductivity of Metals, 47
  • Thermodynamics from an Engineer's Point of
  • View, 271, 805, 337, 373. See 452
  • Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes, 452.
  • See Entropy
  • Thermostat, Electric, 812
  • Third Rail, Position of, for Electric Railways, 1, 84
  • Thorium. See Radioactivity
  • Thornewill and Warham on the Newcomen
  • Engine, 613. See 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Thornycroft's Steam Lifeboat for Mauritius, 212
  • Thornycroft's Oil Motor-Boat for Uganda, 626
  • Thread-Milling Machine (Pratt and Whitney), 62
  • Three Phase Alternator. See Electric
  • Three-Phase Switch Gear, 409, 443, 482, 516. See
  • LETTERS
  • Threlfall, Mr. R., on Testing Electrical Generators by Air Calorimetry, 770, 813
  • Thresh, Mr.J. C., and Priest, Mr. M., on the Distribution of Sewage on Bacteria Beds, 267
  • Thurston, The late Professor R. H., 669
  • Tidal Regime of the River Mersey, 415
  • Tin Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Titanium and High-Speed Tool Steels, 690. See
  • also High-Speed Steel
  • Tonnage of Steamships, Diagrams, 135. See 22,
  • and Erratum, 160
  • Tool-Grinding Attachment, 48. See also Grinding Machines
  • Tool Steel Alloys, 324, 330, 366
  • Tool Steel, Rapid-Cutting, 140, 157, 590, 639, 654, 90, 769. See 255
  • Tools. See Machine-Tools
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boat, Electric Lighting Plant for, 149
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Tom's Piston-Rod Packings and Piston-Rings, 503
  • Traction, Electric, on Railways, 11, 84, 612
  • Traction, Electric. See Electric Tramways and
  • Railways
  • Traction-Engine. See also Locomotives, Road
  • Traction-Engines, 13, 24, 873
  • Traction, Mechanical. See Motor-Cars
  • Traction, Railway, Electric Monophase, in Berlin, 34. See 392, 419, 506
  • Traction, Railway, High-Speed, 604
  • Traction, Resistance of Road Vehicles to, 881, 38
  • Tractor, Military (Hornsby), 842
  • * Tractor, Oil, 13, 842
  • Trade in China, Foreign, 463
  • Trade Disputes, Royal Commission on, 92
  • Trade of Hong Kong, 348
  • Trade and Industry of Nagasaki, 508
  • Trade of Japan, 124
  • Trade of Japan, Export, 423
  • Trade of Kobe and Osaka, 296
  • Trade of Korea, 145
  • Trade Marks in China, British, 191
  • Trade, Shipbuilding, Depression, 92, 501
  • Trade in South Africa, British, 819. See 633
  • Trades-Union Congress, 391
  • Trades-Union Law, Effect of the Taff Vale Railway Case, 807
  • Trade-Union Law. See also Legal
  • Trades Unionism and Free Trade in Labour, 601
  • Trading, Municipal, Accounts and Audits for, 31. See LErrzas, 214, 395, 430, 502, 573, 606, 25, and Glasgow Corporation, &c.
  • Trading, Municipal, Glasgow Telephones, 357, 62, 637, 603. See LETTERS, 393, 430, 503, 573, 06, 625
  • Trading, Municipal, Glasgow Tramway Results, 89, 737. See LETTER, 214
  • Traffic, Problems of Modern Street, 333
  • Traffic and Weather, Effect of, on Macadamised
  • Roads, 416
  • Train. See also Railways
  • Train - Lighting on the Eastern Railway of
  • France, 386
  • Train, Record, Speed on the Great Western Railway, 93
  • Train Weighbridge, 350
  • Training of Engineers, 59. See also Apprenticeship
  • Training of Reserve Officers, 741
  • Tram-Cars. See Cars and Electric
  • Tramway and Lighting Scheme Progress, 711
  • Tramway Rails, 773
  • Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 773
  • Tramway Station, Engines for the London County
  • Council, 632
  • Tramways, Glasgow, 189, 737. See LETTER, 211.
  • See also Telephones
  • Tramways, Newcastle Corporation, 3000-HorsePower Triple-Expansion Engines for, 725, 874
  • Tramways. See also Electric
  • Trans-Australian Railway, 427. See LETTER, 502
  • Transmission of Power. See Power Station
  • Transport; Electrical Propulsion as a General
  • Means of, 385
  • Treatment, Heat, of Steel Rails High in Manganese, 343, 364. See 325, 418, 431, 527
  • Treatment of Sewage,Bacterial ; Design of
  • Works .500. See also Sewage
  • Trials, Beam, of H.M.S. "Challenger," 391
  • Trials, Steam, of H.M.S. " Cumberland," 364
  • Trials, Steam, of H.M.S. "Queen," 800. See
  • Erratum, 881
  • Trials, Steam, of H.M. Torpedo-Boats (Thornycroft), 150
  • Triple-Expansion Engine?. See Engines
  • Triple-and Multiple Screws, 679
  • Triple Screws far Merchant Cruisers with Housing Propellers, 14, 21. See LETTER, 68
  • "Triumph," H.I. Battleship, 803 ; (late " Libertad"), 842
  • Trotter, A. P., on Mathematics from the Engineer's Point of View, 358. See LETTERS. See 37
  • Troughing for Bridges. See London and Brighton Razlway Widening
  • Truck Support for Furnace Bottoms, 283
  • Trust Company Swindle, United States, 705.
  • See 93, 499, 5U7
  • Trust, American Shipbuilding, 93
  • Trust, Steel, Position of, 499
  • Trusts, Object-Lesson in Formation of, 570. See 05
  • Tube-Making at the Universal Works, Chester.
  • field, 492
  • Tube Railways, The Ventilation of, 419
  • Tube Railways. See Tunnels
  • T ubes, Weidless Steel, The Manufacture of, 315, 02 •
  • Tunbridge Wells, Raising Water by Compressed
  • Air at, 675. See LETTERS, 708, 729, 809
  • Tungsten and High-Speed Tool-Steel, 690
  • Tungsten and Iron, Alloys of, 324, 330, 366
  • Tunis, Gas-Driven Electric Lighting Plant at, 20
  • Tunnel, Concrete, for Underground Electric
  • Railway, 574
  • Tunnel Fire ; Paris Underground Railway, 223.
  • See LETTER, 214
  • Tunnel Railways. See Tubes
  • Turbine Channel Steamer " Brighton," 325
  • Turbine, Steam, for Centrifugal Pumpefor High
  • Lifts, 9, 82. See LETTER, 86
  • Turbine, Steam, Channel Steamer the " Queen,' 0
  • Turbine, Steam, Curtis, for Marine Propulsion, 94, 806
  • Turbine, Steam, Future of, 153. See LETTER, 247
  • Turbine, Steam, Parsons, in Ships, 43, 48, 101.
  • See LETTER, 87
  • Turbine, Steam, Screw Steamers, for the Midland
  • Railway, 158
  • Turbine, Water, Electric Generators at Rossie
  • Priory, Perthshire, 281, 560
  • Turbines and Reciprocating Engines, Spaces
  • Occupied by, 463
  • Turbines, Steam, 679
  • Turbines, Steam, Rateau, 6, 32, 105
  • Turbines, Water, in France, 571
  • " Turbinia," Torpedo-Boat, with Parsons Turbine ; Diagram of Results, 43, 48, 101. See
  • LETTER, 87
  • Turning-Machines. See Machine-Tools
  • Turret Lathe, Heavy (Bradbury, Oldham), 765
  • Twin versus Triple Screws, 079
  • Tyne General Ferry Company's Twin-Screw
  • Passenger Steamer Mona," 831
  • Typewriter, Bar-Look, 828
  • r..s.s. "Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 37, 143, 193, 241, 76, 329, 311, 370, 414, 494. See 187, and
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Uganda RAilway, American Bridges on, 249
  • Uganda Railway Company, Oil Motor-Boat for (Thornycroft), 020
  • Ultramarine, 91
  • underground Electric Railway, Concrete Tunnel for, 574
  • Underground Railway Fire, Paris, 223. See
  • LETTER, 214
  • Underground Railways, Ventilation of, 419
  • Underground Railways. See Tunnels and Tubes
  • Union, Trades, Disputes with, 92,
  • Union, Trades. See Legal
  • United States v. British-Built Locomotives, 462
  • United States Navy ; Engineer-in-Chief, Retirement of, 225
  • United States Navy ; Experimental Research, 221
  • United States, Notes from, 17, 58, 95, 119, 149, 90, 218, 249, 316, 352, 394, 466, 539, 560, 599, 28, 662, 695, 732, 762, 831, 863
  • United States, Progress of Magnetic Survey in, 91
  • United States Shipbuilding Trust, 705. See 93, 99, 670
  • United States Steel Trust, 499
  • United States Steel Trusts, An Object Lesson in
  • Formation of, 93, 499, 570, 705
  • United States Trusts. See Trusts
  • Universal Tube Co., Chesterfield, Works of, 492
  • University College, London, Engineering Department at, 93
  • Uses of Publicity, 665. See LETTER, 708
  • Utilisation of Waste, 289
  • Valve and Cylinder Sections on T.-S.S. " Kaiser
  • Wilhelm IL," 341
  • Valve, Downie's Dead-Lift, 461
  • Valve, Hydraulic, Stratton's Four-Wax, 493
  • Valve, Steam Stop, Main, on " Kaiser Wilhelm II.," 341
  • Valves for Hydraulically - Worked Bulkhead Doors, 624
  • Vauxhall Bridge, Granite, 605
  • Vectorial Methods in Physics, The Use of, 491
  • Vegetation, Effect of Light on, 103
  • Vehicles, Road, Resistance of, to Traction, 381, 38
  • Vehicles, Self-Propelled. See Motor-Cars and Warns
  • Velocity of Light, Electro-Ethereal Theory of, 48. See 288, 426
  • Venezuela Resources, Gold and Iron, 256
  • Ventilation c f Tube Railways, 419
  • Veranda Roofs for Sta• ions, London and brighton Railway, 855.
  • Vibration of Steamships 25, 713.,
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim ; Armour-plate bolt in Manufacture, 46
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim ; Electric-Driving Workshops, 19
  • Viola, B., on Centrifugal Machines, 298
  • Viscosity of Pitch-Like Solids, Method of Determining, 63
  • Volcanic Eruptions in the West Indies, 491
  • Voltmeters, Electrostatic, for AlternatingCurrent Circuits, 452
  • Von Bauer Coke-Ovens, 345, 469
  • Vulcan Company, Stettin, T.-S.S. " Kaiser Wilhelm IL" See "Kaiser Wilhelm II."
  • Vulcan Portable Pressure-Gauge Tester, 843
  • Wages in GerMany, 620
  • Wagon, Bogie, Coke, 828
  • Wagon, Railway, for Carrying Oil, 40-Ton. 318
  • Wagons for Coke in French Gas Works, 74
  • Wagons. See Motor-Cars
  • Wagons, Steam Motor, 182, 846
  • Walls, Retaining, London and Brighton Railway, 90, 755
  • War Commission Report and Gun Design, 321
  • War Office Reform, 331
  • Warship-Building, 1860.1903, 713
  • Warship-Building in 1903, 870

Warships :

  • Admiralty Administration, 460
  • American Naval Administrative Reports, 769
  • Brassey's Naval Annual, 76
  • British Progress and Problems, 634, 678, 713.
  • See 701, and LETTER, 808
  • British Warship Contracts, 1903, 670
  • Chilian Battleships " Libertad " and " Constitucion," 803
  • Coaling Steamers, Fleet, 104
  • Cruisers, Merchant, with Housing Propellers, 4, 21. See Lamm, 58
  • Departures in British Navy, 392
  • Dutch Torpedo-Boat, Electric Lighting
  • Plant, 149
  • Experimental Research, 221
  • Gun-Power of Battleships,291
  • H.M. Battleships " Triumph " and " Swiftsure," 803, 842
  • H.M. Submarine Tactics, 392
  • H.M.S. "Blake," Accident to Boilers of, 258
  • H.M.S. " Challenger," Steam Trials of, 391
  • H.M.S. " Cumberland." Steam Trials of, 361
  • H.M.S. " Dominion " (Vickers), 291
  • H.M.S. "Hindustan,"872
  • H.M.S. " Queen," Steam Trials of, 800. See
  • Erratum, 881
  • H.M.SS. launched in 1903, 870
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boats (Thorny croft), 150
  • Japanese Navy, 837
  • Machinery Breakdowns during the Mancouvres, 735. See LETTER, 808
  • Measured Mile for Trials between Deal and
  • Dover, 634
  • Naval Barracks at Portsmouth, 392
  • Naval College in Isle of Wight, 392
  • Navy and Parliament, 53
  • Screw-Propulsion Problems, 738. See LETTERS, 840
  • Submarine Vessels, 392, 715
  • Torpedo-Boat "Turbinia," Diagrams of Results of Parsons Turbines, 43, 48, 101. See
  • LETTER, 87
  • Triple-Screw Warships, Mr. G. Quick on, 840
  • United States Navy, Engineer-in-Chief, Retirement of, 225
  • Water-Tube Boiler Statistics, 855
  • White, Sir W. H., on Naval Architecture, 34, 678, 713
  • Washers for Armour-Plate, Manufacture of, 46
  • Waste, Utilisation of, 289
  • Water, Boiler, Temperature Differences in, 292
  • Water, and Chemical Reactions between Salts, 527
  • Water-Driven Weston Centrifugals, 248
  • Water and Gas Bill, Precedents in, 755
  • Water-Hoisting from Mines, 227
  • Water Power in France, 571
  • Water-Power Installation at Rossie Priory,
  • Perthshire, 281, 560
  • Water-Power Scheme. Zambesi, 324
  • Water Pumps. See Pumps
  • Water Purification, Deposits in Pipes and, 840
  • Water, Raising of, by Compressed Air, 10, 33
  • Water-Raising by Compressed Air, 675. See
  • LETTERS, 708, 729, 809
  • Water and Sewage, Bacterial Treatment of, Up
  • to Date, 8, 32
  • Water-Softener, Harris-Anderson, 46
  • Water-Softener, Kennicott, 796
  • Water-Softeners, 858, 876
  • * Water-Steriliser and Softener, 673
  • Water Supply in South-West Lancashire, 415, 48
  • Water-Tube Boiler for Railway Motor-Car
  • (French), 560. See 182, 84C
  • Water-Tube Boiler Statistics, 855
  • Water-Tube Boilers in the Navy, 679
  • Water Turbines. See Turbines
  • Water Schemes in Parliament, 788
  • Waters, Potable, of South-West Lancashire, 384, 72
  • Waterways, Docks, Harbours, and Pier Schemes
  • in Parliament, 788
  • Waterwheel Automatic Governor, 286
  • Waterways. See also Canals
  • Water Works for Birmingham, New, 494
  • Watkinson, Professor W. II.' on Superheaters, 3. See 42, and LETTER, 87
  • Watt Memorial, Proposed, 393
  • Wave Length Tables of the Spectra of Elements
  • and Compounds, 523
  • Wave - Making Resistance Reduced by a New
  • Method, 86
  • Wave Motion, A Model to Illustrate Various Properties of, 829
  • Wave Propagation in a Dispersive Medium, 453
  • 'Wealth of the Empire, and How it should be
  • • Used, 557
  • Weather and Traffic, Effect of, on Macadamised
  • Roads, 416
  • Web of an Arched Rib, Stresses in, 59
  • Web Girders. See Girders
  • Weighbridge for Weighing Trains in Motion, 350
  • Weighing Machines, Agricultural, 24
  • Weights and Measures. See Metric
  • Welding Compound Metals, 873
  • Weldless Steel Tubes, The Manufacture of, 345, 02
  • -Wells, Raising Water from, by Compressed Air, 10, 3, 675. See LETTERS, 708, 729, 809
  • West, H. H., on _Harbour Dues and Charges, 8
  • Western Telegraph Company, Limited, 779. See 3, 259
  • Westinghouse Blowing Engine, 797
  • Westinghouse Electro-Gas System of Railway
  • Signalling, 760
  • Westminster Public Lighting ; Cost of Gas versus
  • Electricity, 160, 637
  • Weston Centrifugal Machines, 298
  • Weston Friction Clutch, 163, 176
  • Weston Water-Driven Centrifugals, 248
  • Wheels, Emery, Bursting of, 282. See 222, 246
  • Wheels, Emery, Safe Speeds of, 222. See 246, 82
  • Whicham Mines, 245, 265, 324
  • Whitewashing and Painting Machine, Binks's, 11
  • Whitley's Double Hack-Saw, 328
  • Widening of the London and Brighton Railway, 85, 651, 690, 755, 820, 855
  • Willans and Robinson's New Boiler Works, Wire
  • Ropeway at, 728
  • Wimperis, H. E., on Gas-Engine Exp!osions, 404.
  • See 418
  • Winch, Electric, for H.M. Yacht "Victoria and
  • Albert," 385. See E rratum., 412
  • Wind Effect on Roofs, 508. See LETTERS, 540, 06, 671
  • Winding Engines, Ancient, 552, 577, 611, 616
  • Windmills at Smithfield Club Show, 8 ,5
  • Wingfield, C. H., on Cast Iron for Piston-Rings, 00, 418. See Erratum, 429
  • Wire Ropeway at queen's Ferry, Flint, 728
  • Wood and Iron, Friction between, 254
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine-Tools
  • * Work at the National Physical Laboratory, 225
  • Workers and Free Trade in Labour, 601
  • Working before Breakfast. See Six o'Clock Man
  • Workman ? Who is a, 143
  • Workmen's Bicycle Store, Borsig's, 724
  • Workmen, British and American, 205, 242. See
  • LETTERS
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, Fees to Medica
  • Men under, 633
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, Schemes Alternative to the, 256
  • Workmen's Compensation. See Servants and
  • Masters under Legal
  • Workmen's CompenEation Act. See Legal
  • Workmen's Creditors and Employers, 561, 571
  • Workmen's Injuries, Law Relating to, 239

Works:

  • Altoft's Colliery, 180
  • Appliances for Handling Coke in French Gas.
  • Works, 74
  • Borsig's Iron, Steel, and Engineering Works.
  • in Germany, 479, 551, 587, 620, 691, 724, 94. See ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • Buckton's Well-House Foundry, 181
  • Victor Coates and Co., Belfast, 792
  • Cradock's Steel Rope Works, 180
  • Design of Bacterial Treatment of Sewage,. 00
  • Erecting-Shop at Mather and Platt's for
  • Korting Gas-Engine, 600
  • Farnley Iron Works, 180
  • Fore River Ship and Engine Works, Quincy,
  • Mass.,347
  • Frodings.m Iron and Steel Works, 180
  • Great Northern Locomotive and Carriage_
  • Works, 178
  • Green's Economiser Works, 180
  • Greenwood and Batley's Albion Works,
  • Leeds, 209
  • Kitson's Airedale Foundry, 181
  • Leeds Copper Works, 209
  • Leeds Corporation Works (Refuse-Destructors, Electric Lighting and Power Station), 80
  • Midgley's Crown Boot Works, 210
  • Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., . Limited,
  • Middlesbrough ; Surface - Condensing
  • Plant and Dry Air Pumps, 314
  • Seamless Steel Boat Works, 180
  • Tannett, Walker, and Co., Goodman-Street
  • Works, 181
  • Thomas D. West Foundry Company ' • Continuous Process for Making Moulds, 576
  • Universal Tube Company, Chesterfield, 492
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim ; Electric Workshops, Driving, 19
  • Works Costs, Generating Stations, 176, 200.
  • See LETTERS, 247, 293, 327
  • Workshop, Electric Driving, 19
  • Workshop, Re-Roofing, 744
  • Workshop Tools. See Machine-Tools
  • Workshop. See Borsig's Works in Germany
  • Wrongful Dismissal, Damages for, 536
  • Yacht with Curtis Steam-Turbine, 394, 8C6
  • Yachts, Racing, Design of, 464
  • Year-Book, Newport, 128
  • Year-Book. See LITERATURE
  • Year-Books and Annuals, 707
  • Yokohama, Development of, 292
  • Yorkshire College, 181
  • Zambesi Power Scheme, 324
  • Zinc Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

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