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Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Index

Abattoir, Berlin ; Refrigerating Plant (A. Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Absorption Pyrometer, 699

-Accident to Connecting-Rod of H.M.S. ‘‘Bull7 finch,” 179, 180

Addy, G., Sheffield ; Pipe-Boring and Turning Lathe, 783

Agricultural Pump, Motor - Driven (Merryweather), 895

Air-Cooling Plant at Berlin Abattoir (A. Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Air Friction, Experiments on, 31

Air, Physical Properties of, 165

Air Water-Lift, 59

“ Airedale” Exhaust-Steam Heater, 583

Allen, Son, and Co., Limited, Bedford ; Chatham Dock Pumping Machinery, 294, ^5,* 298

Allis-Chalmers Engine at St. Louis Exhibition, 886, 887, 890

Alloys, Heat Treatment of Steel, 139, 140, 141, 171, 172, 173, 176, 184, 205, 206, 207, 240, 241, 242, 339, 671, 728, 729

Alternators. See Electric

American Locomotives. See St. Louis Exhibition

American Paddle-Steamer, Deepening, 191

Ancient Tilting-Hammer in Somersetshire, 761

Andrews and Cameron; Steam-Heaters and Evaporators, 725

Anhydrous Sulphurous Acid Refrigerating Plant (Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Annealing Furnace for Test-Steel Pieces, 140.

. See also Heat Treatment of Steel

“Antrim,” Twin-Screw Steamer, for Midland Railway (Brown, Clydebank), 429, 648

Antwerp Water-Works, 735, 736, 737, 740, 808, ; 809, 812, 820

Archdale and Co., Limited, J.; Cutter-Grinder for Cylindrical and Angular Cutters, 493

Armament of Warships. See H.M.S. “ Tfifymph” Armour Distribution in Battleships. See

H. M. S. ‘ ‘ Triumph ”

Armoured Concrete. See Eerro-Concrete

Armoured Cruisers. See Warships

Armstrong’s Rivet-Heating Furnace, 105

“Assaye,”P. and O. S.S. ; Bow Damaged after Collision, 644

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa F6 Railway ; Four-Cylinder Compound Locomotive (Baldwin), 360,361

Autocar. See Motor - Car and Self-Propelled Car

Automatic Machines. See Machine-Tools

Automobiles. See Motor-Cars

. Avonside Engine Works, Bristol; Tank Locomotive for New South Wales, 500, 501

Baldwin Locomotive, Four-Cylinder Compound, for the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway, 360, 361

Baldwin’s Locomotives at the St. Louis Exhibition, 759, 791, 805, 806, 874, 875

Barbette Mountings for Guns. See H.M.S. “ Triumph ”

Barking Creek, Opening-Bridge over, 317, 318, 320, 321

Barrel formed by Press Work, 132

Bascule Bridge over Barking Creek, 317, 318,320, 321

Battleships. See Warships

“ Bellerophon Floating Workshop at Devon-port, 562, 563

Belleville Boilers, Management at Sea of, 619, 620, 621

Berlin Abattoir Refrigerating Plant (A. Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Blackpool Refuse-Destructor, 832. See also 795, 798, 799, 829, 833, 834

Blast-Furnace Gas-Engines. See Engines, Gas Blast-Pipe, Variable, for Locomotives, 480 Blowing-Engine, Gas-Driven (Cockerill System), (Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Middlesbrough), 326, 898

Boiler Corrugated Flues, 756

Boiler Explosion, Locomotive, 765

Boiler Feed-Water and Oil-Separation (Davies-Perrett System), 849

Boiler, Marine, Seating, 498

Boiler for Motor-Wagons, Calthropand Brewer’s, 373

Boiler-Plates ; Heat Transference, 1, 2

Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boiler

Boilers, Ellis and Eaves Induced Draught System for, 636, 637

Boring-Machine. See Machine- Tools

Borsig’s Works in Germany:

Air-Cooling Plant at Berlin Abattoir, 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Anhydrous Sulphurous Acid Refrigerating Plant, 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Borsig’s Works in Germany—continued. Cold-Air Plant at Berlin Abattoir, 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Compressor for Sulphurous Acid Refrigerating Plant, 745

Condensers, Sulphurous Acid, for Refrigerating Plant, 746

Cylinder and Valve, Details of Steam, 526, 527

Engine, Horizontal Four-Cylinder Triple

Expansion, at Borsigwerk, 525

Engines, Steam, 525, 526, 527, 538

Ice Machinery at Berlin Abattoir, 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Locomotives, Typical, 40, 41, 52, 67, 68

Oechelhaeuser Gas-Engine, 604

Piston Valve and Cylinder ; Details of Steam

Engine, 526, 527

Prussian State Railway Express Locomotive, 40, 41, 52, 67, 68

Pumping-Engines at Hamburg Water Works, 538

Refrigerating Plant at the Berlin Abattoir, 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Steam-Engine Practice, 525, 526, 527, 538

Superheaters, Locomotive, 40, 41, 52

Valve and Cylinder; Details of Locomotives, 40, 41, 52

Water-Tube Boiler, 672, 673

Bow, Damaged, after Collision, of P. and O. S.S.

“ Assay e,” 644

Bradford Feed-Pump (Thwaites), 274

Brake, Vacuum, Electric Pump for, 38)

Brakes, Trials of Quick-Acting, 327 Brass-Finisher’s Lathe. See Machine-Tools Breuer, Schumacher, and Co., Kalk-Cologne ;

Steam Hydraulic Forging-Press, 677

Bridge-Building Cableway over the Zambesi River, Poole’s Electric, 570, 571

Bridge, Opening, over Barking Creek, 317, 318, 320, 321

Bridge, Railway, over the Clyde at Uddingston, 837, 838

British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, Rugby; Curtis Steam-Turbine, 182, 183, 270

British Warships. See Warships

Brongniart’s Iron-Bar Pyroscope, 655

Brotherhood, Limited, Peter; 150-H.-P. Electric

Lighting Engine for Royal Navy, 531

Brown and Co., Limited, J., Clydebank ; T.-S.S.

“ Antrim ” for Midland Railway, 429, 648

Brown and Co., Limited, John; Ellis and Eaves Induced-Draught System, 637

Brown and Sharpe Slotting Attachment for Die-Cutting, 11. See also 10, 43, 44, 45, 120, 121, 123, 128

Brunck Oven, 692

Buffer for Mineral Wagons, Turton’s, 689 “Bullfinch” Connecting-Rod Accident on, 179, 180

Bullock Electric Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati; 3500-Kilowatt Three-Phase Generator, 887, 890

Burchard’s Finger-Guard for Punching-Presses, 583

Burner, Kermode’sLiquid-Fuel, for Fire-Engine, 149

Burners for Liquid Fuel, 523, 524, 525, 595, 598

Cable-Laying Steamer “ Stephan” (Vulcan Company, Stettin), 423, 424, 496, 498

Cableway over the Zambesi River (Poole’s), 570, 571

Cable Works, Electric (W. T. Glover and Co., Manchester), 3, 5, 6

Cables, Dimension Sections of Electric, 3

Caird and Co., Limited, Greenock; T.-S.S. “Donegal” for Midland Railway Company, 648. See 429

Caledonian Railway Bridge over the Clyde at Uddingston, 837, 838

Callendar’s Compensated Constant-Pressure Air-Thermometer, 656

Calthrop and Brewer’s Boiler for Motor-Wagons, 373

Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company;

Matlock’s Vibrograph, 702

Cape Government Railway Locomotive, with Schmidt Superheater (Neilson, Reid, and Co.), 113,114, 115, 116, 117

Capitaine and Co., E., Frankfort - on - Main ;

Crank-Pin-Turning Machine, 216, 217

Capstan Lathe. See Machine-Tools

Capstans, Electric, at Middlesbrough Dock, 906, 907, 910

Car, Electric Self-Propelled Railway, North-Eastern Railway (Wolseley Co.), 15, 18, 567

Car, Self-Propelled, for the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 632, 635

Carbonic-Acid-Measuring Apparatus for Furnaces, 629

Carburetto for Napier Motor-Car, 256

Carriage, Railway Saloon, London and North-Western Railway, 93, 94

Carriage Works, Wolverton. London and North-Western Railway, 453, 456, 457, 468

Carriages, Queensland Railway, 534/535. See 748 ■

Carriages. See Railway and Motor-Cars

Cars, Motor. See Motor-Cars

Cast-Iron, Molecular Mobility of, 57

Casting, Locomotive Valve and Cylinder, 791

Casting Machine (London Emery Works Company, Limited), 813

Caulking Machine for Pipes, O’Neil’s, 605

Central Aragon Railway Locomotive (A. Borsig), 52

Central London Railway, Shepherd’s Bush Station ; Passenger Lifts, 186, 187, 189

Central Stations. See Electric

Centrifugal-Pump Spindles, Water-Packing for, 105

Change-Speed Gear for Motor-Cars, Hagen, 238 ; Langdon-Davies, 256. See also Motor-Car

Chatham Dock Pumping Machinery (Allen, Bedford), 294, 295, 298

Chicago Theatre Fire, 283, 284

Chilian Battleship “ Libertad.” See H.M.S. “ Triumph ”

Clark’s Engineering and Machine-Tool Company, Limited, Luton ; Hollow-Spindle Lathe, 417

Clark and Standfield ; Floating Dock at Hamburg, 222

Clarke, Chapman, and Co., Gateshead; 20-H.-P. Diagonal Oil-Engine for Launch, 782

Cleaning and Painting Ships, Redman’s Plant for, 633

Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company, Limited, Darlington ; Poole’s Electric Cableway over the Zambesi River, 570, 571

Clock for 40-In. Telescope, Yerkes Observatory (Warner and Swasey), 669. See also Telescope

Clough, R. M., Tolland, Conn.; Machine for Cutting Forging-Dies, 11. See also 10, 43, 44, 45, 120, 121, 123, 128

Clyde Railway Bridge at Uddingston, 837, 838

Coal-Mining Machinery. See Mines and Pumps Coaling Boilers by Slide-Rule Regulations, 619, 620, 621

Cockerill System Gas-Driven Blowing-Engine (Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Middlesbrough), 326, 898

Coke-Ovens, 692, 693, 694

Cold-Air Plant at Berlin Abattoir (A. Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Collin Coke-Oven, 692

Collision of P. and O. Steamer “ Assaye,” 644

Compound Cornish Cycle Pumping-Engine, 384, 385, 391

Compound Engines. See Engines

Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives Compression and Diffusion of Metal, 301 Compressor for Sulphurous Acid Refrigerating

Plant (A. Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746

Concrete, Ferro-, Floor-Beams, Siegwart, 151, 160

Concrete Reservoir at the Antwerp Water Works, 812. See also 736, 737, 740, 741, 808, 809,- 820

Condensers, Sulphurous Acid, for Refrigerating Plant (A. Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746

Conductivity of Heat through Boiler-Plates, 1, 2

Connecting-Rod Strength; H.M.S. “Bullfinch” Accident, 179, 180

“ Constitucion,” Chilian Battleship. See H.M.S.

“ Triumph ”

Contraction of Jets, 350

Control of Furnace Combustion, 629

Cooling and Explosion Curves of London Gas, 657 Cornish Cycle Pumping Engine, 384, 385, 391 “ Corona,” Twin - Screw Shallow - Draught

Steamer, for Nigeria, 156, 157

Corrugated Flues for Boiler, 756

County Cruisers, Engines of (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Limited), 680

Coupling, The Newman Universal Joint and, 425

Crane, Electric Travelling (Niles-Bement-Pond Company, Ohio), 307

Cranes, Hydraulic versus Electric, 906, 907, 910

Cranes, Hydraulic, at the Tower Wharf, London (Fielding and Platt, Limited, Gloucester), 224, 225, 228

Crane Navvy (Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Lincoln), 816,817

Crane, Travelling, Electric, Shipyard, at the Vulcan Works, Stettin (Stuckenholz), 712, 713

Crank-Pin-Turning Machine (Capitaine and Co., Frankfort-on-Main), 216, 217

Cruisers. See Warships

Cryogenic Laboratory at Leiden, 324, 325, 328, 349, 364

Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Photomicrographs

Curtis Steam-Turbine, 182, 183, 270

Cylinder and Valve Casting, 791

Cylinder and Valve Details, Steam-Engine A. Borsig, Berlin), 526, 527

Damaged Bow of P. and 0. S.S. “ Assaye” after Collision, 644

Davies-Perrett Electric System of Oil-Separation, 849

Davis and Son, Limited, John, Derby; Lester’s Transparent Drawing-Board, 861

Davy Brothers, Limited ; Ellis and Eaves Induced Draught for Lancashire Boilers, 636

Day, Summers, and Co., Limited, Southampton; Twin-Screw Tug for the Isle of Wight Steam Packet Company, 14

De Laval. See Laval

Decking for Bridges. See Bridges

Deepening of American Paddle Steamer, 191

Deighton Corrugated Flue (Litigation), 756

Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton; Turbine Steamer “ Londonderry,” 649. See 429

Design of Warships. See H.M.S. “Triumph”

Destroyers. See Warships

Destructors for Refuse, 795, 798, 799, 829, 832, 833, 834

Deutz Gas-Engine Explosion Chamber, 696

Diagram of Cable-Testing Apparatus, 7

Diagram of French Locomotive Performances, 432, 441, 443, 444, 445, 446, 477, 480, 481, 560, 561, 565

Diagrams of Metal Prices, 26, 60, 201, 340, 512, 652, 794

Diagram of Naval Expenditure of Principal Powers, 367

Diagram of Steam-Superheating Results, 590

Diagrams of Gas-Engine Explosion, 375

Diagrams from Gas and Oil-Engines, 657, 693, 698, 860

Diagrams of Hydraulic and Electric Engine Efficiency, 910

Diagrams of Ship-Building Production, 12, 13

Diagrams of Steam Turbine Results. See Tur-bines, Steam

Diagrams, Temperature, from Huessener Coke-Oven, 694

Diagrams, Vogt Gas-Engine, 38, 39, 40

Dick, Kerr, and Co., Limited, Preston; Electrification of the Liverpool and Southport Railway, 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396. See 49

Die-Cutting Machines, 10, 11, 43, 44, 45,120,121, 123, 128

Diffusion and Compression of Metal, 301

Digger, Steam (Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Lincoln), 816, 817

Direct-Fired Superheater at the Antwerp Water Works (Easton, Limited, Erith), 741, 808

Dock, Floating, for Hamburg, 222

Dock Power Plant, Middlesbrough, 906, 907, 910

Dock, Pumping Machinery at Chatham (Allen, Bedford), 294, 295, 298

Dome of 40-In. Telescope, Yerkes Observatory Williams Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.A. (Warner and Swasey), 593, 596. See also 597, 663, 664, 665, 668, 669

“ Donegal,” T.-S.S., for Midland Railway Company (Caird, Greenock), 648. See 429

Dowson Suction Plant for 40-H.-P. Engine, 698

Draught, Induced, System (Ellis and Eaves), for Marine and Lancashire Boilers, 636, 637

Drawing-Board, Lester’s Transparent (John Davis and Sons, Limited, Derby), 861

Drawing-Table, The Welamsson, 352 “Drillibite” Hand Rock-Drill, 169 Drilling-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Drop-Forging Hammers. See Hammers and Machine Tools

Dynamos. See Electric

Easton and Co., Limited, Erith; Pumping Engines, &c., at Antwerp Water Works, 735, 736, 737, 740, 741, 808, 809, 812, 820

Easton’s Down-Take Superheater, 808. See also 741

Edison’s Phonograph Works, Orange, N.J., 871

Electric:

Alternators. See Generators

Cableway over the Zambesi River, Poole’s, 570, 571

Cable Works of W. T. Glover and Co., Limited, Manchester, 3, 5, 6

Cables, Sections of, 3

Capstans, 907

Carriages, Railway, Lancashire and Yorkshire, 49, 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396

Controller, Electric Railway Car, 392. See 49 Cost of Power at Different Load-Factors, 776 Crane, Travelling Shipyard, at the Vulcan Works, Stettin (Stuckenholz), 712, 713

Cranes and Capstans, Middlesbrough Docks, 906, 907, 910

Cryogenic Laboratory at Leiden, 324, 325, 328, 349, 364

Electric—co ntinucd.

Engine, 5000-Horse-Power, and Generator, 3500-Kilowatt (Allis-Chalmers Company and Bullock Company), 886, 887, 890

Generator, 350'‘-Kilowatt Three-Phase, and 5000-Horse-Power Engine (Bullock Company and Allis-Chalmers Company), 886, 887, 890

Generator and Petrol - Motor for N.E.R. Self-Propelled Car (Wolseley Company, Limited, Birmingham), 15, 18, 567

Generators, Electric (Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway), 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396. See 49

Glasgow Telephone Estimates and Results; Diagram, 719

Hoist, Travelling (Niles-Bement-Pond Company), 307

Hydro Electric Installation at Newry, 329

Lifts at the Shepherd's Bush Station, Central London Railway (Waygood) 186, 187, 189

Lighting - Engines, 150 - Horse-Power, for British Naval Ships (P. Brotherhood, Limited), 530, 631

Load-Factors ; Effect on Cost, 776

Locomotives at St. Louis Exhibition (Baldwin), 874, 875, 876

Measurement of Temperatures, 337, 371, 402 Motor-Car, Railway, 389, 392. See 49 Motors, Speed of, 409, 410, 411, 412 Oil-Separation System, Davies-Perrett, 849 Power Cost for Different Load-Factors at Central Station, 776

Power Plant at the London and North-Western Railway Carriage Works, Wolverton, 453, 456, 457, 468

Power Plant at Middlesbrough Docks, 906, 907, 910

Power Station for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396. See 49

Power Transmission Plant, 20,000-Volt, at Lebring, Austria, 286, 287, 288

Pump, High-Lift Turbine, 883 Rail Conductors, 388. See 49 Rail, Steel, Conductivity of, 275, 276 Railway Electrification, Lancashire and Yorkshire, 382, 383, 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396. See 49

Self-Propelled Car for the North-Eastern Railway (Wolseley Company), 15, 18, 567 Speed of Motors, 409, 410, 411, 412 Steam-Turbine. See Turbines.

Steel Conductivity, 275, 276

Switchboard and Connections for 20,000-Horse-Power Transmission Plant, 287. See also 286, 288

Switchboard for Passenger Lift, Shepherd’s Bush Station (Waygood), 187. Sec 186, 189 Telephones, Cost of Glasgow (Diagram), 719 Thermometric Measurement, 337, 371, 402 Train, Lancashire and Yorkshire. See Railway Electrification

Tramway Subway in London, 303, 372

Transformers and Line Support for 20,000-Volt Transmission, 288. See also 286, 287 Travelling Hoist (Niles-Bement-Pond), 307 Water-Power Station at Newry, 329 Winding-Engines, 214

Electrical Method of Measuring Temperatures, 337, 371, 402

Electrification of the Liverpool and Southport Line of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396

Elevators. See Lifts

Elliot Brothers, London ; Wells’s Theodolite and Centering Tripod, 381

Ellis and Eaves’ Induced-Draught System for Marine and Lancashire Boilers, 636, 637

Elswick Works, Fire-Float for the. (Merryweather and Sons, London), 105

Emery Wheels, 420, 421. See Tool-Grinding

Engine, Blowing, Gas-Driven (Cockerill System) (Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited), Middlesbrough), 326, 898

Engine Connecting-Rod Accident, H.M.S. “ Bullfinch,” 179, 180

Engine and Dynamo, Tangye’s Enclosed, 356, 357

Engine, Electrical (Allis-Chalmers Company), 886, 887, 890

Engine, Fire, Kermode’s Liquid-Fuel, 148, 149. See also Fire

Engine, Gas, Oechelhaeuser (Borsig, Berlin), 604

Engine, Gas, Department, at Holford’s Works (Kynoch), 716

Engine, Gas Blowing (Cockerill System); (Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Middlesbrough), 326, 898

Engine, Gas, Explosion Chamber, 696

Engine, Gas, Korting, 696

Engine, Gas, National, 697

Engine, Gas and Oil, Diagrams, 657, 696, 698, 860

Engine, Gas, Vogt, 37, 38, 39, 40

Engine Piston, Morison’s Limit-Ring for, 547

Engine Piston-Rings (Standard Piston-Ring and Engineering Company, Limited, Sheffield), 61

Engine Piston-Rings, Ward’s Triplex, 653 Engine, Pumping, Cornish Cycle, 384, 385, 391 Engines, Marine, of Twin-Screw Shallow-Draught Steamer “Corona” for Nigeria, 156, 157

Engines, Gas, 657, 696, 697, 698, 860

Engines, Gas, Explosions, Diagrams of, 375

Engines, Gas, for Hydraulic Pumping Plant (Fielding and Platt, Limited), 225. See 224, 228

Engines, Gas and Oil, for Driving Ships, 464, 465

Engines, Marine, of H.M.S. “Triumph,” 88, 90, 96

Engines, Marine, Triple-Expansion, of H.M.SS. “ Kent,” “ Cornwall,” and “ Lancaster ” (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Limited), 680

Engines, Marine, Triple-Expansion, of the Twin-Screw Cable-Laying Steamer “Stephan” (Vulcan Co., Stettin), 496, 498. See 423, 424

Engines, Oil, 20 - Horse-Power Diagonal, for Launch (Clarke, Chapman, and Co., Gateshead), 782

Engines, Pumping, at the Antwerp Water Works (Easton and Co., Limited, Erith), 735, 736, 73/, 740, 741, 808, 800, 812, 820

Engines, Pumping, for New Chatham Dock (Allen, Bedford); 294, 295, 298

Engines, Steam (A. Borsig), 525, 526, 527, 538

Engine, Steam, Electrical (Tangyes), 356, 357

Engines, Steam, Electrical Horizontal Four-Cylinder Triple-Expansion, at Borsigwerk (Borsig, Berlin), 525

Engines, Steam, Electrical, for Royal Navy, 531

Engines, Winding, Electrical, 214

Equilibrium Stop-Valve, Green’s (Holden and Brooke, Limited, West Gorton), 271

Escher, Wyss, and Co., Zurich ; Zoelly Steam-Turbine, 771, 774, 786

Evaporators and Steam-Heaters (Andrews’s), 725

Evaporation of Water-Tube Boilers (Yarrow), 90 Exhaust, “ Airedale,” Steam-Heater, 583 Expenditure of Principal Naval Powers, 367

Experiments on Air Friction, 31

Experiments with Ship Models, 461, 467

Explosion and Cooling Curves of London Coal-Gas, 657

Fans ; Experiments on Air Friction, 31 Feed-Pump, Bradford (Thwaites), 274 Feed-Water and Oil-Separation (Davies-Perrett

System), 849

Ferro-Concrete Floor Beams (Siegwart), 151, 160 Ferro-Concrete Reservoir at Antwerp Water Works, 812. See 736, 737, 740, 741, 808, 809, 820

Fielding and Platt, Limited, Gloucester ; Hydraulic Cranes and Plant at the Tower Wharf, London, 224, 225, 228

Finger-Guard, Burchard’s, for Punching-Presses, 583

Fire-Engine, Kennode’s Liquid-Fuel, 148, 149

Fire-Engine, Motor-Driven (Merryweather), 709 Fire-Float for the Elswick Works (Merry weather), 105

Fire at Iroquois Theatre, Chicago, 283, 284

Fire-Launch (Merryweather), 708

Fish-Plate for Rails, 125

Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschafb, Flensburg, Germany ; Floating Dock at Hamburg, 222

Fletcher Steam-Gauge, 345. See 292, 310, 311, 343

Flexible Steam-Pipes, Harter’s, 137

Floating Dock for Hamburg, 222

Floating Workshop, “ Bellerophon,” at Devon-port, 562, 563

Floor Beams, Siegwart Ferro-Concrete, 151, 160

Flues, Corrugated, for Boiler, 756

Flywheels, Gyroscopic Effect, on Ships, 485

Forging-Dies, Machines for Cutting, 10, 11, 43, 44, 45, 120, 121, 123, 128

Forging-Press, Steam Hydraulic (Breuer, Schumacher, and Co.), 677

Forging. See Hammers and Machine Tools

Forrest t and Son, Limited, Wyvenhoe ; T.-S.S.

“Corona ” for Nigeria, 156, 157

Foundry, Steel, at Witton (Kynoch’s), 716

Foundry Casting - Machine (London Emery Works Company), 813

French Railway Profiles and Locomotive Performances, 432, 441, 443, 444, 445, 446, 477, 480, 481, 560, 561, 565

Friction, Air, Experiments on, 31

Fuel, Oil. See Oil Fuel

Furnace, Armstrong’s Rivet-Heating, 105

Furnace-Combustion, Control of, 629

Furnace-Gas Engines. See Engines, Gas

Furnaces, Annealing, for Test-Steel Pieces, 140.

See also Heat Treatment of Steel

Furnaces, Corrugated, for Boilers, 756

Furnaces for Wire-Rod Rolling-Mills, 779. See also 775, 776, 778, 779

Gaggers in Sand-Moulding, 108. See 65

Garvin Machine Company ; Slotting-Machine for

Cutting Dies, 10

Gas-Engine Department at Kynoch’s, 716

Gas-Engine Diagrams, 657, 696, 698, 860

Gas-Engines. See Engines, Gas

Gas, Explosion and Cooling Curves of, 657

Gas Explosions, Diagrams of, 375

Gases, Motion of, 292, 310, 311, 343, 345

Gauges, Pressure, 292, 310, 311, 313, 345

Gauge, Wood’s Water, 61

Geipel Steam-Trap, 236

Generators, Electric. See Electric

German ’ Telegraph Cable-Laying Steamer “ Stephan,” 423, 424, 496, 498

German Wire-Rolling Mill, 775, 776, 778, 779

German Works. See Borsig’s Works

Girders. See Bridges

Glasgow Telephone Estimates and Results (Diagram), 719

Glover and Company, Limited, W. T., Manchester ; Electric Cable Works, 3, 5, 6

Governor, Pitman’s, for Pelton Wheels, 617

Great Northern, Piccadilly, and Brompton Railway ; Tunnelling-Machine, 194

Great Western Railway Locomotive Work 613

GreatWestern Railway Profile, London to Bristol and Locomotive Work, 613 ’

Green, Geo., and Co., Keighley; “ Airedale” Fx haust Heater, 583

Green’s Equilibrium Stop-Valve (Holden and Brooke, Limited, West Gorton), 271

Grinding. See Tool-Grinding Machines

Guard, linger, for Punching-Press, 583

Gunboats. See Warships

Guns and Mountings. See H.M.S. “ Triumnh ” Gyroscopic Effect of Flywheels on Board Ship

Hagen Change-Speed Gear, 238

Hamburg Floating Dock, 222

“(Ely X P°Wer> Elect^Uy-Driven

Hammer, Tilting, Ancient, in Somersetshire 7fii Harter’s Flexible Steam-Pipes, 13flselishlre» Hathorn, Davey, and Co , Leeds- Pimmi™ m *.

Japan Collieries, 152, 153 ’ pin°

H^th°rn Leslie and Co., Limited ; Engines of

H.M. Armoured Cruisers “ Knnf » h ,,ot and “ Lancaster,” 680 ’ Cornwall,”

Heat. See also Cryogenic

Heat Transference through Boiler-Plates, 1, 2

Heat Treatment ofJSteel, .139> I*0’/*1’ Ho’ *41’ 173, 176,184, 202, 203, 205, 206, 207, 240, -41, 242’, 339, 671, 729

Heater, “ Airedale ” Exhaust Steam,:°.8,® and Heaters, Steam, and Evaporators (Andrews and

Cameron), 725 ,

Heeling and Rolling of ghips, 763, 802 .

Herbert, Limited, Alfred, Coventry , Hea y Capstan Lathe, 291 ,

High-Lift Turbine-Pump (Mather and Platt, Limited), 883

II.HI.S.Triiiinpli (late Chilian Battleship •' Libertad ”>:

Ammunition Hoist for 10-In. Gun, 76

Armour Distribution, Elevation and Section

Showing, 71 r

Barbette Mounting for 10-In. Guns, 76, / J Boiler Evaporation, Diagrams of, 9) Boilers, Yarrow, 89

Breech • Mechanism . of 6-Pounder Quick-

Firing Gun, 85 .

Breech Mechanism of 14-Pounder Quick-

Firing Gun, 83, 84

Casemate Mounting,of 7.5-in. Gun, 80, 81

Danger Zone of Guns, 74

Deck Plans, 71

Engine and Boiler Arrangement, 88, 96

Gun Heights above Water-Line, 74 37-Millimetre Automatic Gun, Mounting, 87 6-Pounder Quick-Firing Gun, 85 14-Pounder Gun, 83, 81

7.5-In. Guns, 75, 77, 80, 81, 82

10-In. and 7.5-In. Guns on Trial Ground, 75

10-In. Gun in Barbette, 76, 79

Launch, 73

Lines of Hull, 426

Midship Section, 71

Mounting of 6-Pounder Gun, 85

Mounting of 7.5-In. Q.-F. Gun, 77, 80, 81

Mounting of 14-Pounder Gun, 84

Mounting, Barbette, for the 10-In. Guns, 76, 79

Mounting, Mast-Top, Or 37-Millimetre

Automatic Gun, 87

Propelling-Engines, 90, 96. See 88

Radius of Action, Diagram of, 92

Recoil Cylinder of 7.5-In. Gun, 82

Section of 7.5-In. Gun, 77

Section of 10-In. Gun, 75

Section of 14-Pounder Gun, 84

Shot Supply to 7.5-In. Gun, 81

Spring Case of 7.5-In. Gun, 82

Stern on Way, 73

Vessel Steaming 20 Knots, 72

H.M.SS. See Warships

Hoist, Electric Travelling (Niles-Bement-Pond Company, Ohio), 307

Hoists. See Lifts

Holden and Brooke, Limited, West Gorton ;

Green’s Equilibrium Stop-Valve, 271

Holroyd, John, and Co.; Grinding-Machine, 704, 705

Hospitalier-Carpentier Method of Measuring Temperatures, 337, 371, 402

Huessener Coke-Oven, 692, 693, 694

Huntley and Palmer’s Floating Fire-Launch (Merryweather), 708

Hutton Motor-Car, 878, 879, 882, 884

Hydraulic Cranes at the Tower Wharf, London (Fielding and Platt, Limited, Gloucester), 224, 225, 228

Hydraulic versus Electric Cranes, 906, 907, 910

Hydraulic Passenger Lifts (Electrically Operated) at the Shepherd’s Bush Station, Central London Railway (Waygood), 186,187, 189

Hydraulic Steam Forging-Press (Breuer, Schumacher, and Co.), 677

Hydro-Electric Installation at Newry, 329

Hydrostatic Balance, Kreil-Schultz Recording, for the Control of Furnace-Combustion, 629

Ice Machinery at Berlin Abattoir (A. Borsi"

Berlin), 744, 745, 746. See 810, 841, 844

Indian Locomotive (A. Borsig, Berlin), 52 Indicator, Motor-Car Speed, 405

Induced Draught System (Ellis and Eaves) for

Marine and Lancashire Boilers, 636, 637

“ Indus,” Floating Workshop at Devonport, 562, OOo

Institute, Technical,. Northampton, 247, 250 251

Insulation Tests of Cables, 6, 7 ’

Internal-Combustion Engines, 657, 696, 697, 698

Iron, Magnetic Tests of Whole Sheets of 145 Ironclads. See Warships

Iroquois Theatre, Chicago, Fire at, 283 984

T?vi"-S,crew Tug (Day, Summers, and Co., Limited), 14

Isolating Valve, Sugden’s Combined Stop and 27

Italian Railway Locomotive (A. Borsig), 52 *

Japan Mine-Pumping Plant, 152 153

Water’Tube Boilers in, 547, 550,

UuJLj DoU

Japan’s Naval Progress, 547

J^^(lX%a’5^Cha,,gel Rai,Way L0C°'‘W-

(Merryweather), 708

KMa"hrne>a676 Milwaukee =

Kennode’s Liquid-Fuel Burner, 149 Kwav^'nt Sce ^'-S- unde‘-aingsway, Subways in, 303, 372 K°rtlng’s Gas-Engine, 696

s,or:

Kynoch’s Works at Wilton a“d Holford 716

L55’’ Mta, 321,32s, 32s. I

iXte'ES'S >«

. ancl Eaves System), 636 637 * lau^ht (Ellis

tanchir. »"«  ' T*"'‘ S'“”

uaasssssSap - •*** Lathe. See *) 70S. See 105

Launch, ^re (Merryweather), os oil.Engine8 Launch, 20-Horse-Power, Diagon^ a(J), 7g2

for (Clarke, Chapman, and Ca. 559| 574

Launches, Petrol Motor, papier, o

Sp? 256. 262, 489, o04

Launches’ with Petrol Motors 464 465

Launching an Armoured Cruiser, io

S?Ciyogenic laboratory. 324, 325, 328, 349, Lester’s Transparent Board (John Davis and uat^UhalMUip. See H M.S.

Limit-Ring^ Morison’s, for Pistons, i^7comotive8 Link Motion (Walschaert) for Locomotives,

Liquefaction of Gases. See Cryogenic

Liquid-Fuel Burner, Kermode s, 149

Liquid-Fuel Burners, 523, 524, 525, *>95, o98

Liverpool Fire-Engine, Kermode Liquid Fuel

Liverpoofand Southport Railway Electrification,

386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396. See 49

Locomotive Boiler Explosion, /6o

Locomotive, Eight-Coupled, for the Queensland

"R nil wavs 748. See, 534, 535

Locomotive, Eight-Coupled Tank, for New South

Wales (Avon side Engine M orks, Bristol), 509,

Locomotive, Electric, at St. Louis Exhibition, 874,875,876

Locomotive, Express Passenger, North-Eastern Railway, 258, 259, 261

Locomotive, Four-Cylinder Compound (Baldwin), 360, 361

Locomotive, with Schmidt Superheater, for the Cape Government Railways (Neilson, Reid and Co., Glasgow), 113, 114, 115, 116, 117

Locomotive, Tank, for Heavy Suburban Traffic, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 640, 641

Locomotive - Testing Plant at the St. Louis Exhibition, 845

Locomotive for the Western Australian Railwavs (Vulcan Foundry, Limited, New ton-k- Willows), 291

Locomotive Work on the Great Western Railway,

613

Locomotives, Compound, French, 441, 443, 444, 445, 446, 477, 480, 481, 560, 561, 565

Locomotives. See St. Louis Exhibit ion

Locomotives, Tests of Materials for Prussian, 67, 68

Locomotives, Typical (A. Borsig, Berlin), 40, 41, 52, 67, 68

London Coal-Gas Explosion and Cooling Curves, 657

London Emery Works, Limited ; Bench and Floor Tool-Grinding Machines. 492 ; Casting-Machine, 813 ; Tool-Grinding Machine, 706

London and North-Western Railway Carriage Works, Wolverton, 453, 456, 457, 468

London and North-Western Railway, Siloon Carriage for, 93, 94

London Tramway Subways, 303, 372

“ Londonderry,” Turbine-Driven Steamer, for Midland Railway (William Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton), 649. See 429

Lorries. See Motor-Cars

Lubricator, The “Octopus” Central, 551

Machine Tools :

Boring-Lathe, 14-In. Hydraulic, for Midvale Steel Company (Niles-Bement-Pond Company, Ohio), 332

Boring-Machine, Multiple, for Railway Carriage and Wagon Works (A. Ransome and Co., Limited, Newark-on-Trent), 353

Casting - Machine (London Emery Works Company, Limited), 813

Crank-Pin Turning-Machine (Capitaine and Co., Frankfort-on-Main), 216, 217*

Die-Cutting Machines, 10, 11, 43, 44. 45. l°0 121, 123, 128

Drill, Six-Spindle Multiple-Rail, 428

Drilling - Machine, Motor-Driven Double-Geared (G. Wilkinson and Sons. Keighley), 341

Forging - Press, Steam Hydraulic (Breuer, Schumacher, and Co.), 677

Grinding - Machines. See Tool - Gkinihno Machines

Guards, Finger, for Punching-Presses 583

Hammers Electrically - Driven Pneumatic Power (Massey), 254, 255

Lathe, 100-In. Boring and Cutting Off (Niles-Bement-Pond Company, New York), 752

Lathe, Heavy Capstan (Herbert). 290

Lathe, Hollow-Spindle (Clark s Engineering and Machine-Tool Company, Luton), 417

Lathe, 14-In. Hydraulic Boring (Niles-Bement-Pond Company, Ohio), 332

Lathe, Pipe-Boring and Turning (G. Addy, Sheffield), 783

Lathe Speeds and Driving-Gear, 319

Milling-Cutters, 123

Milling-Machines for Cutting Dies, 10,11, 43, 121. 123, 128

Milling-Machine (Kearney and Trecker, Milwaukee), 676

Pipe-Boring and Turning Lathe (G. Addy, Sheffield), 783

Pipe-Caulking Machine, The O’Neil. 605

I laning-Machine(G. F. Smith, Limited, Halifax), 190

Punching-Presses, Burchard’s Finget Guard for, 5s3

Rail-Drill, Six-Spindle Multiple (G. Wilkinson and Sons, Keighley), 428

Slotting-Machine for Gutting Dies, 10, 11, 43. 44. 45,120. 121, 123, 128

Tilting-Hammer, Ancient, in Somersetshire* 761

Machine-Tools—continued.

Tool-Grinding Machines. See Tool-Grinding Machines

Tool-Steel, High-Speed, 319

Trying-Up, Planing, and Thicknessing Machine (A. Ransome ^,nd Co., Limited, Newark-on-Trent), 653

Turning - Machine, Crank - Pin (Capitaine and Co., Frankfort-on-Main), 216, 217

Machines for Cutting Forging-Dies, 10, 11, 43, 44, 45, 120,121, 123, 128

Magnetic Rotation Apparatus, 364

Magnetic Tests of Whole Sheets of Iron, 145

Mallet System, Compound Locomotives (A.

Borsig), 52

Mallock’s Vibrograph (Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company), 701

Management of Belleville Boilers at Sea, 619, 620, 621

Manchester Refuse-Destructor, 832. See also 795, 798, 799, 829, 833, 834

Manometer, Standard Open Mercury, 361

Manometer, Threlfall’s, 702

Marine Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers

Marine Engines. See Engine, Marine

Marinoni Printing-Machine, 497

Markham and Co., Limited, Chesterfield ; Tun-nelling-Machine, 194

Massey, B. and S., Manchester; Electrically-Driven Pneumatic Power-Hammer, 254, 255

Materials for Locomotives, Tests of, 67, 68

Mather and Platt, Limited, Salford ; High-Lift Turbine-Pump, 883

Measuring-Apparatus at Leiden Laboratory, 324, 325, 328, 349, 364

Measuring Appliances at the Northampton Institute, 247, 250, 251

Measuring Pressure (Gauges, &c.), 292, 310, 311, 343, 345, 361, 702

Measuring Temperatures, Electrical Methods of, 337, 371, 402

Merry weather and Sons, Limited ; Fire-Float for the Elswick Works, 105 ; Fire-Engine, with Kermode’s Liquid Fuel, 148,149; Floating Fire-Launch, 708 ; Motor-Driven Pump, 895

Metacentric Height Influence on Rolling of Ships, 763, 802

Metal, Diffusion and Compression of, 301

Metal-Price Diagrams, 26, 60, 201, 340, 512, 652, 794

Metal, Structure of. See Photomicrographs

Micrographs Illustrating Molecular Mobility of Cast Iron, 57

Micrographs. See Photomicrographs.

Micromanometer, Threlfall’s, 702

Microscopic Photographs. See Photomicrographs

Middlesbrough Dock Power Plant, 906, 907, 910

Military Motor-Lorries. See Motor-Cars and Motor- Wagons

Military Refuse-Destructor, 833. See also 795, 798, 799, 829, 832

Milling-Machines for Cutting Dies, 10, 11, 43, 44, 45, 120, 121, 123, 128

Mills for Rolling Wires, German, 775, 776, 778, 779

Mine-Engine, Cornish Cycle Pumping, 384, 385, 391

Mine Pumping-Plant in Japan, 152, 153

Mineral Wagon Buffers (Turton’s), 689

Mining-Engines. See also Pumps

Mining-Locomotive, Electric (Baldwin), 874, 875, 876

Mi.yabara Water-Tube Boilers in the Japanese Navy, 547, 550, 551, 552, 580

Mobility, Molecular, of Cast Iron, 57

Model Ship Experiments, Diagram of, 461, 467

Molecular Mobility of Cast Iron, 57

Morison’s Limit-Ring for Pistons, 547

Motion of Gases in Pipes, 292, 310, 311, 343, 345

Motor-Car Carburettor (Napier), 256. See 262

Motor-Car Change-Speed Gear (Langdon-Davies), 256

Motor-Car Change-Speed Gear(Soci6t6 Fran^aise des Camions Automobiles Hagen), 238

Motor-Car, Hutton, 878, 879,882, 884

Motor-Car, Napier, 256, 262, 489, 504

Motor-Car, Newman Universal Joint and Coupling for, 425

Motor-Car, Racing, 96-Horse-Power (Wolseley Company), 566

Motor-Car Speed-Indicator, 405

Motor-Car, Thorny croft’s Petrol, 220

Motor-Car, Wolseley 6-Horse-Power Two-Seated, 460, 463

Motor-Car Works at Acton, Napier’s, 489, 504. See 557, 558, 559, 574 .

Motor-Carriage for the Taff Vale Railway, 48 Motor-Cars, Steam. See also Motor-Wagon Motor-Driven Fire-Engine (Merryweather), 709 Motor-Driven Pump (Merryweather and Sons,

Limited, Greenwich), 895

Motor, Petrol, and Electric Generator for the North-Eastern Railway Self-Propelled Car (Wolseley Company, Limited, Birmingham), 15,18, 567

Motor, Petrol, for Launches (Napier), 558, 559, 574. See 256, 262, 489, 504

Motor, Petrol, for Motor-Cars (Vagnfabrik Actie-bolaget, Sodentelge, Sweden), 237

Motor-Wagon, Thornycroft’s Petrol, 221

Motor-Wagons, Calthrop and Brewer’s Boiler for, 373

Motors, Electric. See Electric

Motors, Electric, Speed of, 409, 410, 411, 412

Motors, Gas-Engine, 657, 696, 697, 698, 860

Motors. See also Engines

Moulding-Sand, 65, 108

Mountings, Gun. See II. M. S. 1 ‘ Triumph»

Napier Motor-Car, 256, 262, 489, 504, 557

Napier Motor-Car Works at Acton, 489, 504

Napier Petrol-Motor Launches, 558, 559, 574.

Napier Racing Motor-Boat Model Tests, 574

National Gas-Engine, 697

. Naval Expenditure of Principal Powers, Diagrams of, 367

Naval Machinery. See Engines

Naval Ordnance. See II.M.S. “ Triumph”

Naval Ships. See Warships

Navvy, Crane (Ruston, Proctor, and Co , Lincoln), 816, 817

Neilson, Reid, and Co., Glasgow ; Cape Government Locomotive with Schmidt Superheater, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117

New South Wales Tank Locomotive (Avonside Engine Works, Bristol), 500, 501

New Zealand Mine, Cornish Cycle Pumping-Engine at, 384, 385, 391

Newman Universal Joint and Coupling, 425

Newry Hydro-Electric Installation, 329

Niclaiisse and Miyabara Boilers in Japanese Navy, 547, 550, 551,552, 580

Nigerian Steamer, Twin-Screw Shallow-Draught, 156, 157

Niles-Bement-Pond Company ; 100-In. Boring and Cutting-off Lathe, 752; 14-In. Hydraulic Boring-Lathe, 332

Nitrogen-Hydrogen Thermometer, Differential, 361

North-Eastern Railway Express Passenger Locomotive, 258, 259, 261

North-Eastern Railway Quick-Acting Brakes, 327 .

North-Eastern Railway Self-Propelled Car, Petrol Motor, and Electric Generator (Wolseley Company, Limited, Birmingham), 15, 18, 567

Northampton Technical Institute, 247, 250, 251 Nube, Mr. Curd, Offenbach on-Main ; Universal

Milling and Die-Cutting Machine, 120, 121

Observatory and 40-In. Telescope, Yerkes, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.A. (Warner and Swasey), 593, 596, 597, 663, 664, 665, 668, 669

‘ ‘ Octopus ” Central Lubricator, 554

Oechelhauser Gas-Engine (Borsig, Berlin), 604

Oil-Cups for Locomotives, 480

Oil-Engines. See Engines, Oil

Oil-Fuel Burner and Fire-Engine, Kermode’s, 149

Oil-Fuel Burners, 523, 524, 525, 595, 598

Oil and Gas-Engines for Driving Ships, 464, 465 Oil-Motors See Engines, Oil, and Motor-Cars Oil-Separation, Davies-Perrett Electric System of, 849

O’Neil Pipe-Caulking Machine, 605

Opening-Bridge over Barking Creek, 317, 318,

. 320, 321

Ordnance Expenditure of Principal Powers, 367

Ordnance, Naval. See II. M.S. “Triumph”

Otto Coke-Oven, 892

Ovens, Coke, 692, 693, 691

Packing, Water, for Centrifugal-Pump Spindles, 105

Painting and Cleaning Ships, Redman’s Plant for, 633

Painting Ships and Oil in the Bilges, 498

I Parapets. See Bridges

I Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway; Self-Propelled Car, 632, 635

Parkinson and Sons, Shipley ; Milling-Machine for Die-Cutting, 44, 45

Parsons Turbine Steamers for Midland Railway Company, 649

Patent Index, 35, 69, 111, 143, 177, 209, 279, 315, 347, 379, 413, 449, 520, 555, 591, 626, 661, 733, 767, 804, 826, 870

Pelton Wheels, Pitman’s Governor for, 617

P. and O. S.S. “ Assay eBow Damaged after Collision, 644

Petrol-Engine Diagrams, 657, 696, 698

Petrol-Engines for Launches and Torpedo-Boats, 464, 465'

Petrol-Engines. See Engines and Motor-Cars

Petrol-Motor and Electric Generator for North-Eastern Railway Self-Propelled Car (Wolseley Company, Limited, Birmingham), 15, 18, 567

Petrol-Motor-Launches, Napier, 558, 559, 574.

See 256, 262, 489, 504

Petrol Motor for Motor-Cars (Vagnfabrik Actie-bolaget, Sodentelge, Sweden), 237

Petroleum. See OU and Motor-Cars

Phonograph Works, Edison, Orange, N.J., 871

Photomicrographs, 57, 184, 202, 203, 206, 207, 240, 241, 242, 729

Physical Properties of Air, 165

Piecework Wage System, 107

Piezometer, Vacuum Glass and, 364

Pipe-Boring and Turning Lathe (G. Addy, Sheffield), 783

Pipe-Caulking Machine, O’Neil’s, 605

Pipe Subways in Kingsway, 303, 372

Pipes, Harter’s Flexible Steam, 137

Piston-Rings (Standard Piston-Ring and Engineering Company, Limited, Sheffield), 61

Piston-Rings, Ward’s Triplex, 653

Piston-Valve and Cylinder, Details of Steam

Engine (A. Borsig, Berlin), 527

Piston-Valve for Locomotives, 481

Pistons, Morison’s Limit-Ring for, 517

Pitman’s Governor for Pelton Wheels, 617

Pitot Tube. See Pressure-Measuring Platinum-Resistance Pyrometer, 699 Platinum Thermometers, 337, 371, 402

Plenty and Son, Newbury ; Engines of T.-S.S. “ Corona,” for Nigeria, 156,157

Pneumatic Power-Hammers, Electrically-Driven (Massey), 254, 255

Polishing Steel Test-Pieces, 140. See Heat Treatment of Steel

Poole’s Electric Cable-Way Over the Zambesi River, 570, 571

Portable Refuse - Destructors, 833. See also 795, 798, 799, 829, 832

Power Plant. See Electric

Vq\nqy Station for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396. See 49

Power Transmission, Electric, Plant, 20,000-Volt, at Lebring, Austria, 286, 287, 288

Premium Wage System, 107

Press, Forging, Steam Hydraulic (Breuer, Schumacher, and Co), 677

Press Work, Barrel Formed by, 132

Pressure-Measuring Apparatus, 292,310, 311, 343, 345, 364, 702

Pressure-Temperature Curve of Sulphur Dioxide, 278

Pressure on Thin Moving Plates of Rudders, 495

Printing-Machine, Marinoni High-Speed Perfecting, 497

Producer-Gas, Dowson’s Suction Plant for, 698

Profile, French Railway. See French Railways Profile, Great Western Railway, London to ,

Bristol, 613

Prussian State Railway Express Locomotive (A. I

Borsig, Berlin), 40, 41, 52, 67, 68 i

Pump, Bradford Feed (Thwaites), 274

Pump, High-Lift Turbine (Mather and Platt, Limited), 883

Pump, Motor-Driven (Merryweather and Sons, Limited, Greenwich), 895

Pumps, Air-Lift, 59

Pump-Spindles, Water-Packing for Centrifugal, 105

Pump, Vacuum, for Electric Railway Car, 389 Pulping-Engine, Cornish Cycle, 384. 385, 391 Pumping-Engines at the Antwerp Water Works

(Easton and Co., Limited, Erith), 735, 736, 737, 740, 741. See 808, 809, 812, 820

Pumping-Engines at Hamburg Water Works (A.

Borsig, Berlin), 538

Pumping-Machinery for the New Chatham Dock (Allen, Bedford), 294, 295, 298

Pumping-Plant, Hydraulic, at the Tower Wharf, London (Fielding and Platt, Limited, Gloucester), 225. See 224, 228

Pumping-Plant in Japan Colliery, 152, 153 Punching-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Pyrometers, 655, 656, 699, 700

Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines Queensland Railway Locomotive, 748

Queensland Railway Carriages, 534, 535.

Quick-Acting Railway-Brake Trials, 327

| Racing-Car, 96-Horse-Power (Wolseley Company), Racing-Launches, Napier, 558, 559,574. See 256, 262, 489, 501 „

I Rail-Autocar. See Self-Propelled Car j Rail-Autocar, Steam, Taff Vale Railway, 48 . Rail-Joint, Scheinig-Hofmann’s, 125

I Railway Bridge over the Clyde at Uddingston,

I 837,838 x

Railway Carriage, Steam Motor, 48

1 Railway Carriage, Petrol and Electric, lo, 18, 567, 632, 635 . . .

Railway Carriage and Wagon Works Multiple-Boring Machine (Ransome), 353

Railway Carriage Works at Wolverton, London and North-Western, 453, 456, 457, 468

Railway, Electrification of the Liverpool and Southport, 386, 388, 389, 392, 393, 396. See 49

Railway Locomotives. See Locomotives

Railway Mineral-Wagon Buffer (Turton), 689

Railway Passenger Carriages, Queensland, 534, 535. See 748

Railway Profiles, French, and Locomotive 1 er-fonnances, 432, 441, 443, 444, 445, 446, 477,480, 481, 560, 561, 565 T .

Railway Profile, Great Western, London to Bristol, 613

Railway Quick-Acting Brake Trials, 327

Railway Rolling-Stock. See Locomotives, Carriages, and Self-Propelled Cars

Railway Saloon Carriage, London and North-Western, 93, 94

Railway Self-Propelled Cars, 15, 18, 4b, 56/, 632, 635

Railway Station Pass.nger Lifts (Waygood), 186,

187 189

Railway Tyres, Thermal Treatment of, 671, 728, 729. See 339. See Heat Treatment

Railways. See also Electric

Raising Water by Compressed Air, 59

Ransome and Co., Limited, A., Newark-on-Trent;

Multiple Boring-Machine for Railway Carriage and Wagon Works, 353; Trying-up, Planing, and Thicknessing Machine, 653 ■

Rateau Steam-Turbine, 513, 516, 517, 852, 864,

865, 868 . , „ . . • o

Redman’s Plant for Cleaning and Painting Ships, 633

Refrigerating Plant at the Berlin Abattoir (A.

Borsig, Berlin), 744, 745, 746, 840, 841, 844

Refuse-Destruction and Heat-Utilisation, /9t>, 798, 799, 829, 832, 833, 834

Reservoirs at the Antwerp V ater Works, 812.

See also 735, 731, 737,.740, 741, 808, 809, 820

Resistance and Composition of Steel, 2/5, 2/6 Reversing Gear for Locomotives, 481 Ribbed Flue Litigation, 756 .

Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Middlesbrough; Gas Blowing-Engines, 326, 898

Riedler-Stumpf Steam-Turbines, 211, 212, 213 Ring, Piston. See Piston Ring

Rivet-Heating Furnace, Armstrong’s, 105

Road Cars. See Motor-Cars and Motor-Wagons Rochester Die-Shaper Company, of Rochester,

N.Y.; Die-Cutting Machine, 10

Rock-Drill, “Drillibite” Hand, 169

Rolling and Heeling of Ships, 763, 802

Rolling-Mill Plant for Wire Rods, 7/5, 776, 778, 779

Rolling of Ships, Gyroscopic Effect of Fly-Wheels

Rolling-Stock for Queensland Government Railways, 534, 535, 748

Roofs, Wind-Effect on, 297

Rotation Apparatus, Magnetic, 364

Rudders, Pressures on, 495

Ruston, Proctor, and Co.’s Steam Crane Navvy, 816, 817

Saloon Carriage, London and North-Western Railway, 93, 94

Sand Moulding, 65, 108

Sanding Device, Air, for Locomotives, 480

Sautter, Harl6, and Co.; Rateau Steam-Tuibine, 513, 516, 517, 852, 864, 865, 868

Scheinig-Hofmann’s Shoe-Plate, 125

Schmidt Superheater Locomotive for Cape Government (Neilson, Reid, and Co.), 113,114, 115,116,117

Scott-Moncrieff Sewage-Tester, 351

Scouts. See Warships

Seatings for Marine Boilers, 498

Self-Propelled Car for North-Eastern Railway, Petrol Motor and Electric Generator for (Wolseley Company, Limited, Birmingham), 15, 18, 567 ’

Self-Propelled Car for the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, 632, 635

Self-Propelled Carriage for the Taff Vale Railway, 48

Self-Propelled Vehicles. See Motor-Cars

Semet-Solvay Coke-Oven, 692

“Sentinel,” H.M. Scout (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Barrow-in-Furness), 608

Sewage-Tester, The Scott-Moncrieff, 351 Shaft-Joint and Coupling, Newman, 425 Sharpening Tools. See Tool-Grinding Shay Locomotive, 876

Shepherd’s Bush Station Passenger Lifts (Way good), 186, 187, 189

Shipbuilding Diagrams, 12, 13

Ship-Model Experiments, Diagram of, 461, 467

Ships’ Composition and Oil in the Bilges, 493

Ships, Gyroscopic Effect of Flywheels on, 485 Ships, Heeling and Rolling of, 763, 802

Ships, Redman’s Plant for Cleaning and Painting, 633 '

Ships’ Rudders, Pressures on, 495

Ships. See Steamers and Warships

Ships, Transverse Strength of, 585, 586, 587

Shipyard, Electric, Travelling Crane at the Vulcan Works, Stettin (Stuckenholz), 712, 713

Shoreditch Refuse-Destructor, 795, 798, 799. See 829, 832, 833, 834

Siegwart Ferro-Concrete Floor Beams, 151, 160

Simon-Carvo’s Coke-Oven, 692

Slide-Rules for Regulating Coaling of Belleville Boilers, 619, 620, 621

Slotting-Machine. See Machine-Tools

Slotting-Machines for Cutting Dies, 10, 11. See also 43, 44, 45, 120, 121, 123, 128

Smith, Limited, G.F., Halifax : Planing-Machine, 190

Smoke-Box Joints for Locomotives, 480

SociOtO Fran^aise des Camions Automobiles Hagen ; Hagen Change-Speed Gear, 238

Specification of Material for Prussian State Railway Locomotives, 67, 68

Speed of Electric Motors, 409, 410, 411, 412 Speed-Indicator, “ Vulcan,” 405

St. Lnuis Exhibition:

American Locomotive Company’s Locomotive, 759

Baldwin Locomotives, 791, 805, 806, 807, 874, 875, 876

Engine, 5000-Horse-Power, and Generator;

3500-Kilowatt; Allis-Chalmers Company and Bullock Company, 886, 887, 890

Edison Phonograph Works, Orange, N.J., 871

Generator, 3500-Kilowatt Three-Phase, and 5000 Horse-Power Engine ; Bullock Company and Allis-Chalmers Company, 886, 887, 890

Locomotive Valve and Cylinder Casting,

Locomotive-Testing Plant,-845

Locomotives, 759, 791, 805, 806, 807,874, 875, . 876

Stability of Ships, Heeling and Rolling, 763, 802

Standard Piston-Ring and Engineering Company, Limited, Sheffield ; Piston-Rings, 61

Stations, Electric. See Electric Steam-Consumption Curves, 571 Steam-Engine Practice (Borsig), 525, 526, 527, 538

Steam-Engines. See Engines

Steam Exhaust Heater, The “ Airedale,” 583 Steam-Gauges, 292, 310, 311, 343, 345

Steam Heaters and Evaporators‘(Andrews and Cameron), 725

Steam-Hydraulic Forging-Press (Breuer, Schumacher, and Co.), 677

Steam Navvy (Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Lincoln), 816, 817

Steamships. See Ships and Warships

Steam Superheaters. See Superheaters

Steam-Superheating Results, Diagram of, 590

Steam-Trap, Geipel, 236

Steam-Turbine. See Turbines

Steam-Valve. Sugden’s Combined Stop and Isolating, 27

Steam-Wagons. See Motor-Wagons and Motor-Cars.

Steam-Winch, 2|-Ton Frictional Double-Barrelled (W. H. Wilson and Co., Limited, London), 749

Steamer, Deepening of, 191

Steamer, Fire, for Els wick Works (Merry weather), 105

Steamer, Twin-Screw Cable-Laying, “Stephan” (Vulcan Company, Stettin), 423, 424, 496, 498

Steamer, T.-S. Shallow-Draught, “Corona,” for Nigeria, 156, 157

Steamers for the Midland-Railway Company’s New Irish Service, 429, 648, 649

Steamers. See also Warships

Steel Conductivity (Electric) and Resistance, 275, 276

Steel Foundry at Witton (Kynoch), 716

Steel-Testing Machine (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited), 728. See 339, 671

Steel, Thermal Treatment of, 139, 140, 141, 171, 172, 173, 176, 184, 202, 203, 205, 206, 207, 210, 241, 242, 339, 671, 729

“ Stephan,” Telegraph Cable-Laying Steamer (Vulcan Company, Stettin), 423,* 424, 496, 498

Stirling Water-Tube Boiler forT.-S.S. “ Corona,” for Nigeria, 157

Stop and Isolating Valve, Sugden’s Combined, 27 Stop-Valve, Green’s Equilibrium (Holden and

Brooke, Limited, West Gorton), 271

Street Railways. See Tramways

Strength of Connecting-Rod, H.M.S. “ Bullfinch,” 179, 180

Strength, Transverse, of Ships, 585, 58*6, 587

Structure of Metals. See Photomicrographs

Stuckenholz, L., Wetter-on-the Ruhr, Westphalia ; Electric Travelling Shipyard Crane, 712, 713

Stumpf’s Steam-Turbines, 211, 212, 213

Suburban Locomotives. See Locomotives

Subways in Kings way, 303, 372

Sugden's Combined Stop and Isolating Valve, 27

Sulphur Dioxide Pressure-Temperature Curve 278 •

Superheater, Schmidt, Locomotive for the Cape ' Government Railways (Neilson, Reid, and Co.), 113, 114, 115, 116, 117

Superheaters at the Antwerp Water Works ; Easton and Co., Limited, Erith, 741, 803.

Superheaters for Locomotives (Borsig), 40, 41, 52

Superheaters for Water-Tube Boiler (A. Borsig, Berlin), 67, 68, 672, 673

Superheating Results, Diagram of, 590

Surveying-Theodolite and Centering - Tripod, 381

Suspension Furnaces and Litigation, 756

“ Swiftsure,” H.M.S. See II. M S. “ Triumph11

Taff Vale Railway Self-Propelled Carriage, 48

Tangye’s Enclosed Steam-Engine and Dynamo, 356, 357

Tank Experiments with Ship Models, 461, 467

Tank Locomotives. See Locomotives

Technical Institute, Northampton, 247, 250, 251

Telegraph Cable-Laying Steamer “ Stephan ” (Vulcan Company, Stettin), 423, 424, 496, 498

Telephones, Electric, Cost of Glasgow (Diagram), 719

Telescope, 40-In., at the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.A. (Warner and Swasey), 593, 596, 597, 663, 664, 665, 668, 669

Temperature Diagrams from Huessener Coke Oven, 694

Temperature Measurement by Electric Methods, 337, 371, 402

Tenders. See Locomotives

Tester, Sewage, Scott-Moncrieff, 351

Testing-Appliances at the Northampton Institute, 247, 250, 251

Testing Electric Cables, 6, 7

Testing Machine, Steel (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited), 728. See 339, 671. See Heat Treatment

Testing-Plant, Locomotive, at the St. Louis Exhibition, 845

Testing Steam-Engines, 590

Testing Working Stresses, 169

Tests of Locomotive Material for Prussian State Railways, 67, 68

Tests, Magnetic, of Whole Sheets of Iron, 145

Tests of Steam-Turbines, 202, 903

Theatre, Fire at Chicago, 283, 284

Theodolite and Centering-Tripod, Wells’s, 381

Thermal Treatment of Steel, 139, 140, 141, 171, 172, 173, 176, 184, 202, 203, 205, 206, 207, 240, 241, 242, 339, 671, 729

Thermometers, Electric, 337, 371, 402 See also Pyrometers

Thermometers and Pyrometry, 655, 656, 699, 700

Thermometric Measurement and Control of Furnace Combustion, 629

Thermometric Measurement at Leiden Laboratory, 364

Thornycroft’s Oil-Engine for Ships, 464, 465

Thornycroft’s Petrol Motor-Car and Wagon, 220, 221

Threlfall’s Micromanometer, 702

Threlfall’s Steam-Gauge, 343.

Thurston Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island ; Die-Cutting Machine, 128

Thwaites Brothers, Bradford ; Feed-Pump, 274

Tilting-Hammer, Ancient, in Somersetshire, 761

Tool-Cri’iiidiiisr Machines: Backing-Off Twist-Drills, 601

Bench and Floor Machines (London Emery Works Company), 492

Cutter and Grinder for Cylindrical and Angular Cutters (J. Archdale and Co., Limited, Birmingham),

Cutter and Reamer Grinding-Machine (John Holroyd and Co.), 704

Cutters, 420, 421

Tool-Grinding Machines—continued. Cylindrical Grinder (German), 602

Grinding Conical or Cylindrical Bushings, 601

Machine for Formed Cutters of Irregular Profile (J. Holroyd and Co., Limited), 705

Machine, J. Parkinson and Son, Shipley, 600 Machine, London Emery Works, 706 Milling-Tool Cutters, 420, 421

Universal Tool and Cutter Grinder (Nya Aktiebolaget Atlas, Stockholm), 601

Tools. See Machine-Tools

Torpedo Boat Craft. See Warships Traction. See Electric

Train-Brakes, Trials of Quick-Acting, 327 Train, Electric, See Railway Electrification Tramway Subway in Kingsway, 303, 372 Transparent Drawing-Board, Lester’s (John

Davis and Son, Limited, Derby), 861 Transverse Strength of Ships, 585, 586, 587 Trap, Steam, Geipel, 236

Travelling. Electric, Shipyard Crane at the Vulcan Works, Stettin (Stuckenholz), 712, 713

Trials of Quick-Acting Railway Brakes, 327 Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines Tripod, Wells’s Theodolite and Centering, 381 “Triumph,” H.M.S. See H.M.S. “ Triumph.” Troughing for Bridges. See Bridges Trucks, Pony, for Locomotives, 443

Tug, Twin-Screw, for the Isle of Wight Steam Packet Company (Day, Summers, and Co., Limited, Southampton), 14

Tunnelling-Machine (Markham, Chesterfield), 194

Turbine-Driven Steamers for the Midland Railway Company’s New Irish Service, 648, 649. See 429

Turbine, High-Lift Pump (Mather and Platt, Limited), 883

Turbine Jets, Contraction of, 350

Turbine, Steam, Curtis, 182, 183, 270

Turbine, Steam, Laval, 848

Turbine, Steam, Rateau, 462, 513, 516, 517, 825, 864, 865. 868

Turbine, Steam, Westinghouse-Parsons, 902, 903 Turbines, Steam, 902, 903

Turbine, Steam, Riedler-Stumpf, 211, 212, 213

Turbine, Steam, Zoelly (Escher, Wyss, and Co., Zurich), 771, 774, 786

Turbines, Experiments on Air Friction, 31 Turbines, Water, Pitman’s Regulator for, 617 Turning-Machines. See Machine Tools Turret-Lathes. See Machine-Tools

Turton’s Buffer for Mineral Wagons, 689 Twin-Screw Engines. See Engines Twin-Screw Steamers. See Steamers

Tyres, Railway, Thermal Treatment of, 671, 728 729. See 339 and Thermal

Uddingston, Railway Bridge over the Clyde at, 837, 838

United States. See America

Vacuum Glass and Piezometer, 349, 364

Vagnfabrik Actiebolaget, Sodentelge, Sweden ;

Petrol-Motor for Motor-Cars, 237

Valve, Auxiliary, to Locomotive Receiver, 480 Valve and Cylinder Casting, Locomotive, 791 Valve and Cylinder Details of Locomotives (A.

Borsig, Berlin). 40, 41, 52, 67, 68

Valve.and Cylinder Details, Stationary Engines (Borsig), 525, 526, 527, 538

Valve, Green’s Equilibrium Stop (Holden and Brooke, Limited, West Gorton), 271

Valve, Sugden’s Combined Stop and Isolating, 27

Valves, Corliss, See Engines

Vehicles. See Motor-Cars

Vereinigte Electricitiits Actien Gesellschaft, Vienna; 20,000-Volt Electric Power-Transmission, 286, 287, 288

Vibratory Testing-Machine, Steel Duplex (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited), 728. See 339, 671. See Heat Treatment

Vibrograph, Mallock’s (Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company), 701 <.

Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Barrow-in-Furness H.M. Scout “ Sentinel,” 608. See also H.M.S. “Triumph” ,L __ .

Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited; ^uPjex Vibratory Testing-Machine, 728. See 671. bee Heat Treatment.

Vickers, Sons, and Maxim ; Vogt Gas-Engine, 37 38 39 40

Vickers’steel, Thermal Treatment of, 339, 671, 728, 729. See Heat Treatment of Steel

Vogt Gas-Engine, 37, 38, 39, 40

Volumenometer, 364

Vulcan Foundry, Limited, Newton-le-Willows; Locomotive for the Western Australian Rail

ways, 291

“ Vulcan” Speed-Indicator, 405

“ Vulcan” Company, Stettin ; Telegraph Cable-Laying Steamer “ Stephan,” 423, 424, 496, 498

“Vulcan” Shipyard, Stettin; Electric Travelling Crane (Stuckenholz), 712, 713

Wage Rate, Different Systems of, 107

Wagon Buffer, Turton’s Mineral, 689

Wagons See Motor-Cars

Waihi Mines, Cornish Cycle Pumping-Engines, 384, 385, 391

Ward’s Triplex Piston-Rings, 653

Warner and Swasey, Cleveland, Ohio ; 40-In. Telescope at the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, U.S A., 593, 596, 597, 663, 664, 665, 668, 669

Warships:

Coaling Boilers by Slide-Rule Regulation, 619, 620, 621

Electric Lighting Engine, 150-Horse-Power, for British Ships, 530, 531

Engines of II. M. Armoured Cruisers “ Kent,” “ Cornwall,” and “ Lancaster” (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Limited, Newcastle - on -Tyne), 680

Expenditure of Principal Powers, Diagrams of, 367

H.M. Scout “ Sentinel ” (Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Barrow-in-Furness), 608

H.M.S. “ Bellerophon ; ” Floating Workshop at Devonport, 562, 563

H.M.S. “Roxburgh,” Launching, 164

H.M.SS. “Triumph” and “Swift-sure,” 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 96, 426. See H.M.S. “ Triumph ”

Japanese Navy, Engine and Boiler Progress and Results, 547, 550, 551, 552, 580

Launching an Armoured Cruiser, 164

Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, Strength of Connecting-Rod of, 179, 180

Torpedo-Boat, Oil versus Steam-Engines for, 464, 465 ’

Torpedo-Boats with Rateau Steam Turbine and Reciprocating Engines, 462, 513, 516, 517

Water-Gauge, Wood’s, 61

Water Jets, Contraction of, 350

Water-Lift, Air, 59

Water and Oil Separation, (Davies-Perrett Electric System), 849

Water-Packing for Centrifugal-Pump Spindles, 105

Water-Power Station at Newry, 329

Water-Tube Boiler and Superheater (A. Borsig, Berlin), 672, 673

Water-Tube Boilers in the Japanese Navy, 547 550,551,552,580 1

Boilers’ Management at Sea of, 619, Kvfll KVl 1 1

Water-Tube Boilers and Refuse-Destruction, 79S, , 798, 799, 829, 832, 833, 834

Water-Tube Boilers. See also^"fnr*

Water-Tube Boilers for Shallow - Draught

Steamers (Stirling), 15/

Water -Tube Boilers, Yarrow, of H.M.S.

Water-Wheel’s, Pelton, Pitman’s Governor for,

Water Works, Antwerp, 735, 736, 737, 740, 808, * 809 819 890

Waygood’and Co., Limited, R.; El?ctiically-Driven Hydraulic Passenger Lifts, Shepherd s Bush Station, Central London Railway, 18o,

Webster and Bennett, Coventry; Milling-Machine for Cutting Dies, 43

Wedgewood’s Clay Pyrometer, 655

Welamsson Drawing-Table, 352

Wells’s Theodolite and Centenng-Tnpod, 381

West Hartlepool Refuse-Destructor, 834. See also 795, 798, 799, 8 >9, 832, 833

Western Australian Locomotives (Vulcan Foundry, Limited, Newton-le-Willows), 291

Westinghouse Brakes, Trials of Quick-Acting, 327 Westinghouse-Parsons Steam-Turbines, 902, 903 Westminster Refuse-Destructor, 833. See also 795, 798, 799, 829, 832

Westphalian Rolling-Mills for Wires, 775, 776, 778, 779

Wharf Hydraulic Cranes (Fielding and Platt, Limited, Gloucester), 224, 225, 228

Wheels, Pelton, Pitman’s Governor for, 617

Wiborg’s Air-Pyrometer, 656

Wilkinson and Sons, G.; Motor-Driven Double-Geared Drilling - Machine, 341 ; Six-Spindle Multiple Rail-Drill, 428

Wilson,W. H., and Co., Limited, London ; 2A-Ton Frictional Steam-Winch, 749

Winch, 2|-Ton Frictional Double-Barrelled Steam, 749

Wind Effect on Roofs, 297

Winding-Engines, Electrical, 214

Wire-Rod Rolling-Mill, 775, 776, 778, 779

Wolseley’s Tool and Motor-Car Company, Limited, Birmingham ; 6-Horse-Power Two Seated Motor-Car, 460, 463 ; 96-Horse-Power Racing-Car, 566; Petrol - Electric Auto Car for the North-Eastern Railway, 15, 18, 567

Wolverton Carriage Works, London and North Western Railway, 453 456, 457, 468

Wood, Multiple-Boring Machine (Ransome), 353

Wood’s Water-Gauge, 61

Woodworking Tools. See Machine-Tools

Works:

Edison Phonograph Works, Orange, N.J.,871 Electric Cable Works of W. T. Glover and Co., Limited, Trafford Park, Manchester, 3, 5, 6

Kynoch’s Works at Witton and Hol ford, 716 London and North-Western Railway Carriage Works at Wolverton, 453, 456, 457. 468

Napier Motor-Car Works at Acton, 489, 504 See 557, 558, 559, 574

Workshop, Floating, “ Bellerophon,” at Devon-port, 562, 563

Workshop Tools. See Machine-Tools

Yarrow Boilers of H.M.S. “ Triumph,” 89

Yarrow and Co.’s Torpedo-Boat with Rateau Turbine, 462, 513, 516, 517

Yerkes Observatory and 40-In. Telescope Wil-hams Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.A. (Warner and Swasey), 593, 596, 597, 663, 664, 665, 668, 669

Zambesi River, Electric Cableway over, Poole’s 5/0, 571 ’

Zoelly Steam-Turbine (Escher, Wyss, and Co Zurich), 771,774, 786


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