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Engineering 1905 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index

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Engineering 1905 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1905 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1905 Jul-Dec: General Index.
Engineering 1905 Jul-Dec: General Index.
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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1905 Jul-Dec: Index

Academic Side of Technical Training, 19, 27

Accessibility of Ports; Glasgow, New York, Liverpool, 469

Accessories of Engines, Breakdown of, 523

Accidents, Naval; Microscopical Observations, 235

Accidents, Influence of, Physical Fatigue on, 593

Accidents to Prime Movers, 523

Accidents, Railway, and the Public, 188

Accidents, Railway, in the United States, 419

Accident, Railway, at Witham, 774

Accidents to Submarine Boats and their Salvage,

107,118, 128, 593

Accumulators. See Electric

Acetylene Blow-Pipe, 51

Acid Pump-Valves, 530, 553

Action of Radium on Diamonds, 322

Acts of Parliament. See Parliament and Legal

Adjustable Railway or Tramcar Seat, 815

Admiralty Coal and Briquettes, 863

Admiralty Policy and Engineering Education, 769. See Letters

Admiralty Problems. See Navy and Warships

Advancement of Apprentices, 442

Aerial Cableway for Building the Zambesi

Bridge, 137. See 1, 75, 357

Aeronauts ; Balloons sent up from Yacht, 289, 883

Africa. See South Africa

Africa, Sleeping Sickness in, 433

Agricultural Boiler Explosion, 466

Agricultural Engines at the Smithfield Club Show, 771

Agricultural and Highland Society ; Suction Gas Trials, 674

Agricultural Society (Royal) and County Shows, 154, 455

Agricultural Society, Royal:

Attendance, 6

Dairy Machinery, 8

Implements, 6

Merryweather’s High-Pressure Hop-Sprayer, 7

Meteorological Exhibits, 10

Miscellaneous, 9

Oil-Engines, 6

Windmills and Pumps, 7

Agriculture, Meteorology in Relation to, 10

Air-Compressing Plant, Portable (Lacy-Hulbert), 814

Air-Compressor, Ingersoll-Sergeant, 391

Air-Compressor, Reavell’s Portable, 38

Air-Compressors, Efficiency of Turbo-, 598

Air-Compressors. See also Blowing Engines Air, Dielectric, Strength of, 784

Air-Pumps on “Carmania” (Weir), 724

Air-Pumps and Circulating-Pumps, Combined (Carruthers), 676

Air-Pumps and Condenser, 93. See 676

Air-Pump, Edwards’s Inverted, 180

Air Pumps, Independent Twin (H. Watson and

Sons, Newcastle-on-Tyne), 328

Aldwych and Kingsway Opening, 527

Allis-Chalmers’Steam-Turbine, 814, 863

Alloys, Aluminium Steel and, 246, 279

Alloys of Cobalt and Nickel, 330. See 436, 500

Alloys of Copper and Tin, Effect of Chilling, 223

Alloys of Gold with Silver, 157

Allots, Iron-Nickel-Manganese-Carbon, 708, 745,

779, 822. See Letters, 843

Alloys of Iron and Tantalum, 286

Alloys Tests at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Alloys of Vanadium and other Metals, 323, 417,

603, 638. See Letters. See also 632 Alternators. See Electric

Aluminium Steel and Alloys, 246, 279

Aluminium-Vanadium Steel Alloys, 323, 417, 603,

638. See Letters. See also 632

Ambulance Service, London, 87

America. See United States

American Hustling, 3

American Iron Ore Country, 431

American Iron Trade, 20, 351, 451, 628, 735

American Irrigation, 871

American Locomotives. See Locomotives American Machine-Tools. See Machine-Tools American Pig Irons, Copper, Cobalt, and Nickel in, 436, 500

American Railroads, 155, 805

American Steel and Iron Industry, 20, 354, 451, 628, 735

American Tariff Reform, 562

American Telegraphy, 814

American Tool - Making and Interchangeable Methods, 505. See Machine-Tools

Ammonia Machinery, High-Speed, 280

Amorphous States of Metals, Crystalline and, 384

Analysis of Valve Motions, Harmonic, 36

Anatomy of Bridgework, 169, 367

Anchor-Cables for Express Cunarders, 842 Anchor Gear of “ Carmania,” 725

Anchorage and Chains for Suspension Bridge, 577. See Williamsburg Bridge

Anchorage for Zambesi Bridge at Victoria Falls, Rhodesia, 137. See 1, 75, 357,

Anderson-Fleming Method of Measuring Electric Currents, 735, 772, 806, S40

Andrews, Thomas, on Microscopic Observations on Naval Accidents, 235

Andrews, Thomas, on the Wear of Steel Rails on Bridges, 534

Angle, Approximation to the Sine of, 313

Annealing Furnaces, Gun-Cartridge-Case Manufacture, 548, 569

Annuals and Year-Books. See Literature

Anti-Foreign Agitation in China, 837

Antimony. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Antwerp Port Extensions, 386

Applied Mechanics (Text-Book), 175

Applied Science, Imperial College of, 17, 20. See Letters, 122

Apprentice Advancement, 442

Apprentice and Workshop Practice, 340

Apprenticeship. See Education and Training

Approaches to Williamsburg Bridge. See HV'Z-liamsburg Bridge

Approximation to the Sine of Angle, 313

Aqua Meter, 658

Arbitrators, Remuneration of, 270

Arc Lamps. See Electric

Arch. See Bridge

Arched Roof, Collapse of, 771, 838, 865. See Letters, and Erratum, 810

Archer, H. G., on Fishguard Harbour Works and the Great Western Railway Company’s New Route to Ireland, 178

Argentine Compound Articulated Locomotives, 44, 159

Argentine Railways, 480

“ Argyll,” Steam Trials of H.M.S., 420

Armament of Warships. See Warships

Armour, Effects of Gun Fire on, 527

Armour-Plate Works at Sheffield, 402, 453. See 416, 454

Armour-Plate Works, French, 355

Armour. See Warships

Armoured Concrete. See Concrete

Armoured Ships. See Warships

Arnold, Professor J. O., on Thermal Treatment of Carbon Steels, 417, 422

Arnold, Professor J. O., on Fractures in Large Steel Boiler-Plates, 105, 164, 195. See Letters, 277

Arrol-Johnston Car Company’s Works, 832

Arrol-Johnston Motor-Car, 412, 618, 655, 832

Artificial Silk, 564

Artillery. See Guns

Assessable Machinery, Quinquennial Valuation and, 51

Assessment of Machinery, 174. See Letters, 290

Assouan Dam, 563. See Dams and Shearing Stresses

i “Astatki,” Use of, in Iron and Steel Works, 357 Astronomy and the Cape Observatory, 609

1 Astronomy. See also British Association

| Atlantic Steamers, Speed of German, 357 Atlantic Steamer. See “ Car m an ia ” Atomic Theory ; Evolution, 319

Attachment of Turbine Blades, 810. See 759.

See Letters, 813

Attitude of the Public towards Railways, 188

Auger and Mortising Tool, Pearl Square, 225

“ Auld Brig o’ Ayr,” Preservation of, 388, 494

Australasia. See New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, and South

. Australia

Australia, Trade-Marks in, 377

Australian Railways: Queensland, 561; New

South Wales, 525

Australian Socialists and Iron Manufacture, 419.

See 385

Austrian Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “ Huszar, ’ 90, 96, 99

Auto-Cars. See Motor-Cars and Self-Propelled

Cars

Automatic Safety Device for Lift-Doors, 125

Automobile. See Motor-Cars

Auxiliarv Boiler for Ships, 617

Avery’s Torsion-Testing Machine at Birmingham

University, 507

Axle-Box Boring-Machine, Horizontal, 439

Axles. See Motor-Cars

Ayr Bridge, Preservation of, S88f 491

Ayrton, Professor, on the Distribution of Power, 380

Bacon, Captain R. IL, on Submarine Boats and their Salvage, 107, 128. See 118, 593

Baker street and Waterloo Railway, Ventilation of, 820

Baku and Japan, 631

Baku Oil-Fields, 512

Balancing of Engines, Counterweights for, 362

Baling Cotton at Lagos, West Africa, Plant for, 111

Ballasting Permanent Way, 179. See Erratum, 260

Ballons Sondes Sent Up from a Yacht, 289

Bar Manipulator for Rolling Mills, 428, 435

Barrels, Steel, Manufacture of, 813

Barrow Viaduct, Wexford, 210

Batteries. See Electric

Battle of the Sea of Japan, 254, 260. See Russo-Japanese War

Battleships. See Warships

Beam, Bending Moment for (Rankine’s Formula), 863

Beam Flexures, Experiments on, 433. See Girders

Beard, J. R., and Hutton, R. S., on Heat Insulation, 64

Bearings for Zambesi Bridge at Victoria Falls, 137. See 1, 75, 357

Beira, British Association’s Visitt to, 792

Belgian Coal-Mining, 864

Belgian, Cockerill Company, 882

Belgian Railway Profile, Brussels to Ans, 517

Belgian Six-Wheel Coupled Locomotive, 517

Belgian State Locomotives at the Li6ge Exhibition (Cockerill), 482. See Liege

Belgian State Railways, Four-Coupled Express Locomotive (Socicte Anonyme “ La Metallur-gique,” Tubize Belgium), 728

Bell, Macleod and Plato’s Electric, 281

Bellet, Daniel, on the Inferiority of Canals for Goods and Transport, 355

Belt, Hendry’s Laminated Leather, 225 See Erratum , 248

Bending Moment for Beam (Rankine’s Formula),

Bennis’s Coal-Conveying Plant, 46. See 807 Ben rath Cranes Driven by Single-Phase Motors, 830

Berlin b ire Brigade, 509, 579. See Eire. St j

Binnie, Sir A. R., Inst. C.E., Presidential Address, 626, 636

Birmingham University, 239, 274, 341, 397, 507, 610, 858. For details see Illustrated Index’ See Erratum, 317

Blading of Steam - Turbines, 7t9, 810 See Letters, 843

Blast Furnace Gas for Gas-Engines, 263. See a’so Engines, Gas

! Blast-Furnace Process. 260

I Blast-Furnace and Roasting b urnice at Birmingham University, 507

Block-Setting “Titan" Crane forTabk Bay Harbour, 246

Blow-Pipe, Acetylene, 54

Blowing-Engines. See Engines, Blowing, and Air Compressors

Blowing up of 8.S. “ Chatham,” 491

Board of Trade and Boiler Explosions. See Boiler Explosion

Board of Trade and Industry, 59s

Board of Trade and Municipal Obstruction, 631

Boats, Motor, Reliability Trials of, 187, 220. See

Letters, 291, 315. See also -Vofor Launches

Bogies for Indian Royal Train, 335, 399. Sec also Carriages

Boilers (Text-Books), 317, 476

Boiler, Cochran, for Auxiliary Machinery on Shipboard, 617

Boiler, Cochran, for Steam Railway < 'oach, 248

Boilers, Dry-Back Return-Tul*-, at Birmingham University, 341

Boilers and Engines for Twin-Screw Lifeboat

“ Moseley," 378

Boiler Explosion near Truro, 4<«6

Boiler Fittings, Hopkinson- Works for, 3<<3

Boiler-House Economy, 807

Boiler, Lancashire Flue Tube (Hopkinson). 3<»3

Boilers of Locomotives. Sec Locwm'-rfta*

Boiler^, Navy. See Baiters and ll’nlrr Tube Boilers

Boiler-Owners and Factory Act. 66

Boiler Plates, Steel, Fracture in, 105. 164, 195.

See Letters, 377

Boilers and Smoke Abatement, ni*

Boilers, Steam; their Histon and Development,

476. See 337

Boilers, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Baiters

Bolt-Forging, Cutting, ami Screwing Machinery, 245

Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railways, 61. See >79

Bonus System, Suggested Application for Fur nace Work, 813

Books Received, 133, 175, 2<»9. 325. 341, 433, 477, 506, 651, 819. Sec Erratum, 651

Boring-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Bourdon Telescopic Pump-Lubricator for Locomotive, 242

Bournemouth Municipal Tramways, 526

Brake-Gear for Electrn M »ton», 10

Brake. See Motor-Cars

Brass Micro-Photographs, Gun-Cartridge Cases, 548, 569

Breakdowns of Engines, 523

Breda Company’s 150 Indicated Horse-Power Corliss Engine at Liege Exhibition. 313

Breech Mechanism, with Gtin)M>wder Cartridge, for Initial Explosion in Petrol Motor (Wolselej Company), 615

Brewers’ Exhibition, 526

Bridge, Admiral Sir Cyprian, on Tactics and Strategy at the time of Trafalgar, 8U. 93. See 126

Bridge, Arched, Reinforced Concrete. 561

Bridge, Cantilever, St. LawrenRiver. 376

Bridge Rail-Bearers, Deflection of. 69, 101

Bridge Floors, Waterproofing. 287

Bridge, Preservation of Ajr, 3-^, 491

Bridge over the River Zamb< >i al Victoria Falls, Rhodesia, 1, 75, 137, 357

Bridges, Strengthening of, 169, 367

Bridges, Wear of Steel Rails on. 534

Bndge, Williamsburg, Neu York, 541,577, 643

I < 55, 787, 854

Bridge work Anatomy, 169, 367

Briquettes and Admiralty Coal, 863

I British A Maori nt ion ;

222

South African Meeting, 119

Steel as an Igneou* Rock, by Professor Arnold, 312

K r i t isli As so ci atio n - contintied.

The Action of Radium on Diamonds, by Sir William Crookes, 322

Evolution in Chemistry and in the Universe; Presidential address by Professor George II. Darwin, 319

The Distribution of Power, by Professor Ayrton, 3S0

Crystalline and Amorphous States of Metals, by G. T. Beilby, 381. See 399

Molecules in Solution, by G. T. Beilby, 399.

See 384

The Sleeping Sickness, 433

Geodetic Survey of South Africa, by Sir David Gill, 560

Irrigation, by Colonel Sir C. Scott Mon-crieff, 871

South African Meeting, 119, 222, 609, 647, 683, 726, 789

Cape Observatory, 609

Physical and Mechanical Section, 647

The Chemical Section, 647

Engineering Section, 650

Lectures and Receptions, 683

Journey across South Africa, 683

Cape Town, 685

Natal, Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Colenso, and Ladysmith, 685

The Transvaal : Johannesburg, The Rand, and Pretoria, 726

Diamonds and Dynamite, 727. See 790

The Orange River Colony, 789

Kimberley and Diamonds, 790. See 727

Bulawayo and theMatoppo Hills, 790

The Victoria Falls, 792 See 1, 75, 137, 357

Salisbury, Umtali, and Beira, 792

British Coal in Russia, 190

British Coal Supplies, 819

British Columbian Coal, 52

British Patents of 1904, 61

British Railway Construction, 248

British Railway Economics, 517, 655, See Erratum, 565

British Railway Returns, 248, 253, 352, 358, 452

British Science Guild, 594

British Standard Specification for Portland

Cement, 122

British Telegraph and Telephone Finance, 285

British Thomson - Houston Company, Rugby, Turning and Boring Mills for, 59

British Trade with China, 155

British Warships. See Warships

Brittleness of Metals, 133

Bronzes, Effect of Chilling, 223

Brooke’s Automatic Vacuum Discharger, 38

Brotan Water-Tube Boiler for Locomotive, 278

Brown, the late Charles, 853. See 481

Brown and Co., Limited, John ; Turbine-Driven

Cunard Liner. See “ Carmania ”

Brown and Crosta Tramway Rail-Grinder, 112

Brussels to Ans, Railway Profile, 517

Buckling of Beams, 433

Buenos Ayrean Railways, 480

Buffer-Coupling, Thomas’s Central Automatic, 180

Building Acts, London, 219

Building Construction ; Flexure of Beams, 433

Building Material Fire Tests, 646

Building of Reinforced Concrete, 2c0

Buildings, Stone, Preserving, 148

Bulawayo and the Matoppo Hills, British Association’s Visit to, 790

Bulkheads in Warships, Longitudinal, 191

Cable to Iceland, Submarine, 226

Cables, Chain, for the Express Cunarders, 842

Cables for Suspension Bridge, 577. See Williamsburg Bridge

Cableway for Building the Zambesi Bridge, 137. See 1, 75, 357,

Caisson for Bridge Construction. See Williamsburg Bridge

Cammell, Laird, and Co., Limited, Sheffield Works, 406

Campbell, Professor E. D., on the Occurrence of Copper, Cobalt, and Nickel in American Pig Iron, 436, 500

Canadian Cantilever Bridge, St. Lawrence River, 376

Canadian Steel Output, 121

Canal Bill, Prussian, 53

Canals in Great Britain, 691

Canals, Inferiority of, for Goods Transport, 355

Canal, Panama, 871

Candle-Power of Incandescent Lamps, 32

Cantilever Bridge, St. Lawrence River, 376

Canton-Kowloon Railway, 876

Cape Observatory, 609

Cape Town, British Association Visit to, 683

Cape Town Harbour, 573

Capitaine Producer - Gas Engine Fitted to Launch, 145

Capstan Lathes. See Machine-Tools

Car Seat, Adjustable Tramway and Railway, 815

Cars, Motor. See Motor-Cars

Carbon-Iron-Nickel-Manganese Alloys, 708, 745, 779, 822. See Letters, 843

Carbon and Nickel Influence on Iron, 671

Carbon Oxides, Effect upon Iron, 336, 473

Carburettor for 140-Horse-Power Petrol Motor (Wolseley Company), 615

Carbutt, The late Sir E. H., 490. See Letters,.

530. See Erratum, 553

Carels’ 600-Horse-Power Steam-Condensing Engine, 179. See Erratum, 260

Cargo Fleet Iron Company, Middlesbrough, 18,000 Indicated Horse-Power Rolling-Mills for, 212

“Caronia,” Cunard Liner; Engines versus Turbines, 719

••Carinailia*” Triple - Screw Turbine-Vriven Milliard liner:

703, 715

Boilers, 723

Building of Hull, 7’17

Cargo and Navigation Appliances, 725

Comparison between the “ Caronia’s ” and | “ Carmania’s” Machinery, 719

Condensers and Pumps, 723

Construction of “Carmania’s” Turbines, 719 I

“ < ariliailia continued.

Designs, 715

Dimensions, 716

Electric Installation, 724

Experiments preparatory to the Designing of “Carmania’s” Turbines, 719

Passenger Accommodation, 718

Rotor-Lifting Gear, 723

Stern Bracket, 718

Trials, 726

Turbine Glands, 721

Valve-Box for Ascertaining Pressure in Turbines, 723

Valves, Governors, and Lubrication, 720

Carpenter, Dr. H. C. H., on Alloys of Iron-Nickel-Manganese-Carbon, 708, 74*5, 779, 822. See Letters, 843

Carriage-Buffer Coupling, Thomas’s Central Automatic, 180

Carriages for Indian Royal Train, 335, 399

Cars and Carriages. See Motor-Cars, Railway, Self-Propelled, and Tramway

Carriage, Steam Motor, for the Great North of Scotland Railway, 248

Carriage, Steam Motor, for the London and North-Western Railway, 359

Carriages, Steel, Railway, 388, 842 '

Carriage Traverser, Western Railway of France, 111

Carriage-Wheels, Cotton-Spinning Mules, Safety Appliances, 74. See 544

Cartridge-Cases for Quick-Firing Guns, Manufacture of, 548, 569

Cartridge Heading and Indenting Press, 439 Casks, Forsyth’s Racking Cock for Filling, 421 Casting for Hydraulic Cylinder, 20-Ton Steel, 404

Catalogues, 66, 124, 158, 232, 266, 292, 502, 566, 606, 635, 740, 785, 816, 851, 883

Cement, British Standard Specification for, 122

Cement Syndicates in Germany, 259

Cement Testing, 340. See Concrete

Central Station. See Electric and Power

Chain Cables for the Express Cunarders, 842

Chains and Anchorage for Suspension Bride e, New York, 577, 755. See Williamsburg Bridge

Channel Steamers, Midland Railway Company's ;

Turbine and Reciprocating Engines, 107, 161

Channel Steamer, Turbine-Driven, “ Dieppe,” 55, 203

Charing Cross Station Roof Collapse, 771, 838, 865. See Letters. See Erratum, 810

Charing Cross Station ; Timbering of Roof, 865.

See 771, 838, and Letters

Chassis. See Motor-Cars

“ Chatham,” Blowing up of, in Suez Canal, 493 Chatham Dockyard ; 180 Ton Sheer Legs. 81 Chemical Fire-Engines. See Fire Brigade in Illustrated Index

Chemical Papers at the British Association, 647

Chemical Properties of Alloys, 686, 708, 745, 779, 822. See Letters, 843

Chemistry of Blast-Furnace Process, 259

Chemistry, Electro and Electro-Thermal, 804

Chemistry, Evolution in, 319

Chilling Bronzes, Effect of, 223

Chimney of Reinforced Concrete, 419

China, Anti-Foreign Agitation in, 837

China, British Trade with, 155

China, Foreign Trade in, 120

China, Future and Railways of, 450

China, Kowloon and Canton Railway, 876

China Railway, East, 564

China, Sale of Machinery in, 553

China Trade Prospects, 285, 353, 450

Chinese Navy, 455

Chromium, 566

Circulating and Air-Pumps Combined. See Air-Pumps

Civil Employment for Soldiers and Seamen, 489

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

Surface-Condensing Plants, by R. W. Allen, 630

Presidential Address, by Sir A. R. Binnie, 626, 636

Waterways in Great Britain, by Mr. J. A. Saner, 691

The Steam-Turbine, by the Hon. C. A. Parsons, 847

Heat Economy in Factories, by H. A. Mavor, 883

Classification in Merchant Shipping, 89

Cleveland Iron. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Cleveland and the Northern Counties, Notes from, 15, 48, 83, 115, 149, 183, 215, 250, 282, 317, 349, 389, 411, 447, 484, 521, 556, 591, 6*2, 659, 694, 731, 776, 809, 824, 866

Clothel Refrigerating-Machine, 70

Clutches. See Motor-Cars

Clyde, Accessibility of Ports, 469

Coal, Admiralty, and Briquettes, 863

Coal, British Columbian, 52

Coal-Conveying Plant at the Metropolitan Electric Supply Company’s Works, 46 "

Coal-Mining, Belgian, 864

Coal-Mining. See Colliery and Winding

Coal in Russia, British, 190

Coal Supplies, 819

Coal Syndicates in Germany, 259

Coaling-Crane, Locomotive Gantry, 555

Cobalt, Copper, and Nickel in American Pig Iron, 436, 500

Cobalt and Nickel Alloys, 330

Cochran Boiler for Auxiliary Machinery on Shipboard, 617

Cochran Boiler for Steam Railway Coach, 248

Cock, Racking, for Filling Casks, Forsyth’s, 421

Cockerill Company, 882

Cockerill’s Locomotives at the Ltege Exhibition. 482

Cockerill 300-Horse-Power Double-Piston Francois Type Compound Condensing Engine, 12,56

Cockerill’s 10,090-Horse-Power Compound Three-

Crank Rolling-Mill Engine, 376

Cofferdams for Pier, 505

Colenso, British Association’s Visit to, 688

Collapse of Charing Cross Roof, 771, 838, 865.

See Letters, Erratum, 810

allege of Applied Science, Imperial, 17, 20. See Letters, 122

Collieries. See Winding

Colliery Managers’ Pocket-Books, 1906, 785

Collisions. See Accidents, Railway

Colonial Development, Elements in, 492

Colony, Orange River, 789

Columbian Coal, British, 52

Columns, Strength of, 62

Combines. See Trusts

Commerce, Faculty of, at Birmingham University, 858

Commercial Training for Engineers, 203

Commissions, Secret, 189

Commutator, Electric, for 140-Horse-Power Petrol-Motor, 615

Comparison between “Caronia” and “Carmania’s ” Machinery, 719

Competition and Engineers, 487

Compound Engines. See Engines

Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives

Compressors, Air. See Air

Compressor, Ammonia, 280

Compulsory Settlement of Trade Disputes, 492.

See Letters, 530

Concrete Compositions, 269

Concrete, Ferro, Failure at Madrid, 454

Concrete Fire Tests, 646

Concrete Mixing and Measuring Machines, 393

Concrete, Reinforced, Arch Bridge, 564

Concrete, Reinforced, Chimney, 419

Concrete, Reinforced, Experimental Researches on, 206, 438, 646

Concrete, Reinforced, as a Fire Resistant, 438

Concrete, Reinforced, Retaining Wall, 260

Condenser and Air-Pump, Combined, 93

Condensers of “ Carmania,” 723

Condensing Machinery, Edwards’s, 180

Condensing Plant, Pumps. See Air-Pumps and

Circulating-Pumps

Condensing Plants, Surface, 630

Conductivity. See Electric

Conductivity of Flames for Rapidly-Alternating Currents, 32, 784

Conductivity of Salt Solution; Tests at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Confidence of Employers, 562

Congestion of London Traffic, 85, 488, 625

Congress, Trades Union, 351

Construction, British Railway, 248

Consular Corps and Industry, 598

Consulting Engineers and the Law of Negligence, 151

Continental Fire Service, 136, 171, 271, 369, 509, 579, 614, 797. For details, see Fire Brigade in Illustrated Index

Continuous Current versus Single-Phase for Traction, 697

Continuous Rail-Bearers, Deflection of, 69, 101

“ Contraflo ” Condenser (Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Hartlepool), 471

Controlling Devices for Engines. See Governors Conversazione of the Royal College of Science, 841

Conveying Plant for Coal at the Metropolitan Electric Supply Company’s Works, 46

Conveyor for Cableway for Building the Zambesi Bridge, 137. See 1, 75, 357

Cooling Curves of Alloys, 686, 708, 745, 779, 822.

See Letters, 843

Copper, Cobalt, and Nickel in American Pig Iron, 436, 500

Copper Industry of the Trans-Caucasus, 157

Copper Position, 321

Copper Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams

Copper Steam-Pipes, Corrosion of, 123

Corliss Engine, 150 Indicated Horse-Power, 313

Coronal Radiation during an Eclipse, Apparatus for Measuring, 599

Corrector, a United States, and Rankine, 863

Corrosion of Copper Steam-Pipes, 123

Corrugated Tubes for Locomotives, 242

Cost of Berlin Fire Brigade, 579

Cotton-Ginning and Baling Plant at Lagos, West Africa, 111

Cotton Industry in British India, 191

Cotton-Picker, Lowry, 122, 390

Cotton-Seed Products (A Manual), 175

Cotton-Spinning Mules, Safety Appliances for, 74, 544

Counterweights for Large Engines, 362

County Council. See London County Council

Coupling, Thomas’s Central Automatic Buffer, 180

Covenants in Mining Leases, 354

Crabtree, J. H., on Safety Appliances for Cotton-

Spinning Mules, 74, 544

Cranes Driven by Single-Phase Motors, 830

Cranes, Electric Travelling ; Wallsend Engineering Works, 293

Crane, Locomotive Gantry Steam Coaling, 555

Crane, 10-Ton Overhead Electric Travelling, 41 Cranes. See also Hoists

Crane, “Titan,” for 40-Ton Block-Setting at Table Bay7 Harbour, 216

Criticism of Engineers, 487

Cross-Head Bolts, Fractured, in Torpedo-Boat Destroyer ; Microscopic Observations, 235

Crucible Furnaces, 303

Cruiser, Future of the, 449

Cruisers. See Warships

Crystalline and Amorphous States of Metals, 384

Crystalline Structure of Iron. See Micro-Photographs

Cubillo, Colonel Leandro, and Head, the late Archibald P., on the Manufacture of Cartridge-Cases, 548, 569

Cunard Turbine-Driven Liner “ Carmania.” See “ Carmania”

Cunarders, Chain Cables for the Express, 842

Cunningham, Bryson, on the Accessibility of Ports, 469

Curtis Steam Turbine, 759. See 810

Customs in the Tin-PlateTrade, Legal, 221

Cycle Show, Stanley, 703, 743

Cylinder, Explosion of a Drying, 197

Cylinder, Hydraulic, 20-Ton Steel Casting, 401

Dairy7 Machinery, 8

Dairy Show; Refrigerator Machine Trials, 530, 553

Damaged Warships at Port Arthur, 527

Damages, Steamship Accident (Legal), 190

Dam, Assouan, Erosive Effect of Discharge from the, 563. See Dams, Stresses on

Dams, Earthen, in Indian Reservoir, 324

Dams, Stresses on Masonry, 35, 134, 171, 751.

See Letter

Davy and Holmes’ Hydraulic Stuffing-Box, 329

De Brouwer Retort Machinery, 444

De Glehn Compound Locomotive for the Great Western Railway, 580. See Letters, Locomotive, Compound

De Laval, see Laval

“Deadfit” Keyway-Slotter, 815

Dean, The late Mr. William, 420

Decapod Locomotive for the Great Western Railway of Argentina (R. Stephenson and Co., Darlington), 693

Deceleration of Turbine Steamer, 55, 203

Decking for Bridges. See Bridges

Defects, Latent, in Motor-Car (Legal), 631

Deflection of Continuous Rail-Bearers, 69, 101

Depth of Water and its Influence on Ships’ Speed, 90, 96, 99

Derailments. See Accidents, Railway

Destroyers. See Warships

Destructors for Town Refuse, 651

Diagrams, Metal Price, 24, 158, 326, 456, 600, 776, 877

Diamonds, Action of Radium on, 322

Diamonds, Kimberley, 727, 790

Diary, City, 552

Dictionary, Nautical Technical, 651

Dielectrics, Contact with, 32

Dielectric Strength of Air, 784

“ Dieppe,” Newhaven and Dieppe Turbine-Driven Steamer, 55, 203

Dingier Gas-Engine, 295

Dining-Saloon in Indian Royal Train, 335, 399

Directory, Gas Works, 552

Distribution of Power, 380

Distribution of Shearing Stresses. See Shearing Stresses and Dams

Dock, Dry, on Victoria Nyanza, 729

Dock Extensions at Antwerp, 386

Dock, Graving, at Southampton, 517

Dock Schemes in Parliament, 793

Dockyard, Portsmouth, 110

Dockyard Reform and Warship Construction, 873

Double-Decked Bridge, New York. See IIY7-liamsburg Bridge

Double-Piston (Francois Type) Compound Condensing Engines, 200-Horse-Power, 12, 56

Douglas, George M., on Wood-Gas for Power Purposes and Gas-Generators, 299

Drainage Gutters in Workshop Roofs, 303

Drawing-Office at Birmingham University, 507

Drawing Presses for Cartridge-Cases, 439, 548, 569

Dredger, “ Walter Bibby,” Salvage of the, 41

Dredging for Gold, 506

Dresden Technical High School, 121

Drilling Machines. See Machine-Tools

Dry Dock at Southampton, 517

Dry Dock on Victoria Nyanza, 729

Drying Cylinder, Explosion of, 197

Drysdale, Dr. Charles V., on the Testing of Generators and Motors, 679

Duddell’s Oscillograph for Measuring High-Frequency Currents, 735, 772, 806, 840

Durban, British Association’s Visit to, 688

Durban Harbour, 753

Durr Water-Tube Boilers in H.M. Armoured

Cruiser “ Roxburgh,” 586. See Erratum, 767

Dynamite Blowing up of s.s. “ Chatham,” 493

Dynamometer for Electric Testing, 679

Dynamos. See also Alternators and Generators under Electric

Earth Rotation, River Courses, Eddies, and, 223

Earthen Dams in Indian Reservoirs, 324

East China Railway, 564

East River Bridge, New York, Williamsburg 541, 577, 643, 755, 787, 854

Eastern Extension, Australasia and China Telegraph Company, Limited, 635

Eastern Railway of France, Four-Cylinder Locomotive for, 830

Eccentric Keyways, Locator for, 193

Eclipse, Apparatus for Measuring the Coronal Radiation, 599

Economic Condition of Japan, 52

Economy of Boiler-House and Mechanical Stokers, 807

Economy, Heat, in Factories, 883

Economy, Steam-Engine, 481

Education and Advancement of Apprentices, 442

Education of Apprentices, 409, 458

Education, Engineering, Admiralty Policy and, 769. See Letters, &c.

Education of Engineers, 313, 344, 346, 869

Education of Mining Engineers, 501

Education ; the State and Industry, 598

Education ; Technical School at Dresden, 121

Education ; Training of the Engineer, 869

Edwards’s Inverted Air-Pump, 180

Effect of Chilling Bronzes, 223

Effects of the Oxides of Carbon upon Iron and its Oxides, 336, 473

Effects of Steam-Jacketing, 197, 227

Effects of War upon Russian Industry, 23

Effects. See also Influences

Egypt; Water Supply for Perennial Irrigation, 55

Egyptian irrigation, 871

Egyptian Tank Locomotive, 2-Ft. 5|-In. Gauge, 315

Ehrhardt and Sehjner Gas-Engine, 295

Elastic Properties of Steel at High Temperatures, 331

Elbe Harbour, Tunnel Under, 357

Electric * See also Electrical Engineers and Physical Society

Accidents to Prime Movers, 523

Air-Compressor, Reavell’s Portable, 38

Bell, Macleod and Plato’s, 281

Brake-Gear for Motors, 10

Candle-Power of Incandescent Lamps, 32

Catenary Overhead Construction for Single

Phase'Railway, 103. See Erratum, 215

Chemistry, 804

Conductivity of Flames, 32, 784

Contact with Dielectrics, 32

Cranes Driven by Single-Phase Motors 830

E led ric -continued.

Crane, 10-Ton Overhead Travelling, 41

Cranes, Travelling, at the Wallsend Engineering Works, 293

Dielectric Strength of Air, 784. See 32

Dynamo Test Curves, 679

Dynamo-Testing and Turbo-Compressor, 598

Electrodes; Temperatures during Electrolysis, 527

Elevators. See Hoists and Cranes

Exhibition at Olympia, 418, 452

Exhibition, Tramway and Railway, 22, 37.

See 120

Fields, Comparison by Means of Oscillating Needle, 57

Fire at the North-Eastern Railway Company’s Transforming Station, Wa'lsend, 59) Furnace, Galbraith’s, 86

Gas-Retort Charging Machinery, 444

Generator Test Curves, 679

Generators, Testing, 325

High - Frequency Currents and Electric

Waves, 735, 772, 806, 840

Hoists. See Cranes

Insulation of Machines, 477

Lamps, Incandescent, Candle-Power of, 32

Lifts. See Hoists

Locomotive, Single-Phase (Westinghouse), 25

London Power Supply, 186, 594, 662, 699, 803

Magneto Optics of Sodium Vapour, 57

Mathematical Theories, 175

Measurement of High-Frequency Currents, 735, 772, 806, 840

Motor Brake-Gear, 10

Motor, Morris-Hawkins Interpole, 408

Motors, Single-Phase Railway, 103. See Erratum, 215

Motor Test Curves, 679

Municipal Lighting Obstruction, Board of Trade and, 631

Needle, Oscillating, for Comparing Electric Fields, 57

Paris, Electricity in, 321

Parliamentary Schemes, 698, 738, 792. See London Power Supply

Peat-Drying Process, 256

Petrol Motor for Railway Traction, 140-Horse-Power (Wolseley Company), 615

Phase Meter, Theory of, 599

Plant for Fixing Rails and Packing Sleepers, 179. See Erratum, 260

Power Company’s Legal Liabilities, 257

Power Distribution, 380

Power and Lighting of T.-S.S. “Carmania,” 724

Power in Paris, 321

Power Station at Birmingham University, 341, 397, 507

Power Station at Wednesbury; Midland Elec-Power Company, 739

Power Supply, London, 186, 594, 662, 699, 803

Power Supply of Private Owners, 627

Power at Woolwich Arsenal, 739

Producer-Gas Potver Station, Birmingham University, 507. See Erratum, 317

Pump, Electric Driven, Variable-Stroke, 275

Rail-Fixing and Sleeper-Packing Plant, 179.

See Erratum, 260

Railway Electrification, Financial Aspect of, 11, 45

Railway Exhibition, 22, 37

Railways in Germany, 121

Railways, Single-Phase versus Continuous Current, 697

Railways, Single-Phase, and Motors, 103.

See Erratum, 215

Railway Steel Cars, 388

Railway, Valtellina, 11

Refractometer, 32

Regenerative System of Tramway Control, 91,144

Research at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Single-Phase Motors, 25, 103, 215, 697, 831

Submarine Cable to Iceland, 223

Supply Company’s Legal Liability, 257

Telegraph, Submarine, Companies, 635

Telegraphs, 667, 814

Telegraphy, Wireless, 598, 667. Sec Waves

Telephone Station, Electrolytic Rectifiers for, 563

Telephones, 707

Telephone Economics, 217, 285, 353, 870

Testing Apparatus for Motors and Dynamos, 679

Testing Gen erat ors,^325

Traction, Single-Phase versus Continuous Current for, 697

Tramway Control, Regenerative System of, 91, 144

Tramway Development, Bournemouth, 526

Tramway Exhibition, 22, 37

Tramways in Germany, 121

Tramways, London County Council, 152, 490

Tramway Point Control, 113

Tramway-Rail-Grinding Machine, 404

Wattless Currents, 153

Waves Measurement and High Frequency.

735, 772, 806, 850

Winding-Engine, 29

Wireless Telegraphy, 667

Electrical Engineers, Institution of:

Presidential Address, by Mr. John Gavev.

667,707 y

The Application of Electricity in the Royal Gun Factory, Woolwich Arsenal, by Colonel H. C. L. Holden, 739

Electricity in Woolwich Arsenal, 739

Electrical, Ironmongery, Hardware, &c., Exhibition, 120. See 22, 37

Electricity in Paris, 321

Electricity Supply by Private Owners (Legal), 627

Electrification of Steam Railways, Financial

Aspect of, 11, 45

Electro and Electro Thermal Chemistry, 804

Electrodes ; Temperatures during Electrolysis, 527

Electrolytic Rectifiers for Telephone Stations, 563

Elements in Colonial Development, 492

Elevated Water-Tank, 631

Elevators. See Hoists

Embankments. See Dams

Emission Spectrum of the Welsbach Mar.tle, 8/b

Emissivity Thermal Radiation, Question of Temperature and Efficiency of, 744

Empire Cotton Growing, British, 111

Employer’s Confidence, 562

Employers’ and Masters’ Cases. See Legal

Employment, Civil, for Soldiers and Seamen, 489

Ende, Max Am, on the Deflection of Continuous

Rail-Bearers, 69, 101 H

Ende, Max Am, on Stresses in Masonry Dams, /51 Energy Distribution. See Power, under Electric Engines, Blowing. SeeAtr

Engines, Counterweights for, 362

Engine Cross-Head Bolt, Fractured ; Microscopic

Observations, 235

Engine Economy, Steam, 481

Engine, Fire. See Fire Brigade, Illustrated Index, and Fire

Engines, Gas, Accidents to, 524

Engines, Gas, on the Continent, 230, 263,295, 323

Engine, Gas, Design, 476

Engine, Gas, Dingier, 295

Engine, Gas (Ehrhardt and Sehmer), 295

Engine, Gas, Four-Cycle Blast-Furnace, 586. See

Erratum, 703

Engines, Gas, French, 323

Engine, Gas, Koerting, 230, 263

Engine, Gas, Nurnberg, 230, 295

Engine, Gas, Oechelhauser, 263

Engine, Gas, “Premier,” at Birmingham University, 397

Engine, Gas, Rowden, 300 Brake-Horse-Power Producer, 346

Engines, Gas. See also Motor-Cars and Motor Launch

Engine, Gas, Soest, 239

Engine, Gas, and Suction Producer (Davey, Paxman, and Co., Limited, Colchester), 691

Engine, Gas, Suction, Thornycroft, 145

Engine, Gas, Valves, 230, 263, 295

Engine-House at Birmingham University, 341, 507 .

Engines, Internal-Combustion. See Engines, Gas, Engines, Oil, and Motor-Cars

Engines, Marine, 337

Engines, Marine, Reciprocating versus Turbine, in Cunard Liner 719

Engines, Marine. See also Turbine, Steam

Engines, Marine, versus Turbine, in the Midland

Railway Company’s Boats, 107, 161

Engines, Marine, for Twin-Screw Lifeboat “Moseley,” 378

Engines, Oil, Accidents to, 524

Engines, Oil, at the Agricultural Show, 6

Engines, Oil. See Motor-Cars

Engines, Petrol; Motor Launch “ Iris,” 588

Engines, Petrol. See Motor-Cars and Motor-Launches

Engines, Petrol, at Smithfield Club Show, 771

Engine, Rolling-Mill, 10,000-Horse-Power Compound Three-Crank, 376

Engine, Rolling-Mill, 18,000 Indicated Horse-Power, for Cargo Fleet Iron Company, Middlesbrough, 212

Engine-Room Artificers and Stokers in the Royal Navy, 345

Engine-Room at Birmingham University, 341,507

Engine-Shafting, Torsional Vibrations of, 54

Engines, Steam, 337

Engines, Steam, Accidents to, 524

Engine, Steam Condensing, 600-Horse-Power

Compound, 179. See Erratum, 260

Engine, Steam, 100-Horse-Power, “ Hoyois,” 81

Engines, Steam, 300-Horse-Power Double-Piston (Francois type) Compound Condensing, 12,56

Engine, Steam, 600-Horse-Power Compound Condensing, 554

Engines ; Steam-Jacketing, Effects of, 197, 227

Engines, Steam; Road Locomotives at the Smith-field Club Show, 771

Engines, Steam. See Motor- IFagons and Locomotives

Engines, Steam, Thermodynamics and Mechanics of, 650

Engine, Vacuum, Lowhe, 113

Engine Valve Motions, Analysis of, 36

Engine Valves and Valve-Gearing, 506. See Valve

Engineers, Consulting, and the Law of Negligence, 151

Engineers, Commercial Training for, 203

Engineers and their Critics, 487

Engineers’ Education. See Education

Engineer, Educational Training of the, 869

Engineers, Famous, Inst. C.E.; Presidential Address, 626, 636

Engineers, Institution of. See Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron and Steel Institute

Physical Society, and Society of Arts

Engineers, Manchester, Jubilee of the Association of, 117

Engineers, Mining, Education of, 501

Engineers, Registration of, 481

Engineers’ Training. See Education and Letters

Engineering Institutions, Home for, 17 See Letters, 122

Engineering Laboratories at Birmingham University. See Birmingham University in Illustrated Index

Engineering Materials. See Micro-Photoqrayhs

Engineering Papers at the British Association 647 *

Engineering Progress and Critics, 487

Engineering Progress ; Institution of Civil En-gineers Presidential Address, 626, 636

Engineering Schemes in Parliament, 698, 738

, 792. See London Power Scheme ‘

Engineering Standards Committee, Progress of the, 805

Engineering and Trade Prospects in Japan, 353. bee 28o

English Railway. See British Bailwavs

Equipment of Eire Brigades. See Fire Brigade m Illustrated Index '

Pisc£arSe from the Assouan Dam, 563. See also Dam

Etheric Waves, Measuring of, 735, 772, 806, 810

Evolution in Chemistry and in the Universe, 319

Exhaust-Silencer for Marine Motors, 529

Exhaust Steam, Oil-Separators for, 51a Exhibition, Brewers’, 526

Exhibition, Ironmongery, Hardware, Elec trical, &c., 120 . .. . .

Exhibition, Lidge. See Lu'je Exhibition

Exhibition, Milan, 442, 553, 873

Exhibition, Motor-Car, Olympia, '01, '41 _

Exhibition, Naval, Shipping, and Fisheries, <0

Exhibition, Olympia Electrical, 418,452

Exhibition, Railway and Tramway, 22, 37

Exhibition, Olympia Motor-Car Show 620, 621, 624, 652, 653, 656, 657, 624, 68a, '02, '32, /6a, 766, 768 , ,

Exhibition of Scientific Apparatus b\ the Physical Society, 839

Exhibition, Smithfield, 771

Exhibition of Smoke-Abatement Appliances, 803

Exhibition, Stanley Cycle, 703, 743

Expansion Joint for Turbine Blades, 719

Experimental Research in Reinforced Concrete, 206, 438, 646 „ . , „ , , no

Experiments on Resistance of Ships Models, JO, 162

Experiments. See Teats

Experiments on Turbines, 719. See also 1 ar-bines

Explosions, Boiler. See Boiler Explosions

Explosion of a Drying Cylinder, 197

Exports. See Trade

Exposition. See Exhibition

Factories, Heat Economy in, 883

Factories, Redistribution of, 383. See 372 and

Letters, 481

Factory Act, Boiler-Owners and the, 66

Factory Control and Remuneration of Labour, 413. See 303

Factory Law and Cases. See Legal

Faculty of Commerce at Birmingham University, 858

Failure by Buckling of Beams, 433

Failure of Ferro-Concrete at Madrid, 454

Fans for Tunnel Ventilation, 820

Fast-Cutting Steel. See Tool Steel

Fatigue on Accidents, Influence of Physical, 598

Fatigue, Metal. See Micro-Photographs

Feed-Pump, Motor-Car, 526

Feed-Pump, Thwaites’s, at Birmingham University, 341

Ferro-Concrete. See Concrete

Ferrous-Oxides, Effects of, 336, 473

Fielden, Frank, on the Gentle Art of Hus'ling, 3

Finance, Japanese, 598

Financial Aspect of the Electrification of Steam Railways, 11, 45

Fire at the North-Eastern Railway Company’s Transforming Station, Wallsend, 599

Fire, Petroleum, in Cornhill, 663

Fire-Prevention on the Continent. See Fire Service

Fire-Resistant, Reinforced Concrete as a, 438,616 Fire Service, Continental, 136, 171, 271, 369, 509, 579, 614, 793. For details see Ilij strated Index

Fire Tests with Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, 646

Firth’s Norfolk Works, Sheffield, 402

Fiscal Reform, American, 562

Fisheries Exhibition, Naval, Shipping, and, 70

Fishguard and Rosslare Harbours, Great Western Railway, 178

Flaman’s Speed-Indicator for Locomotives, 242 Flames, Electric Conductivity of, for Rapidly-

Alternating Currents, 32, 784

Flamme-Rongy System for Reversing-Gear for Locomotives, 482

Fleet, Naval. See Warships

Fleming, Professor J. A., on the Measurement of High Frequency Currents and Electric Waves, 735, 772, 806, 840

Flexure of Beams, Experiments on, 433

Floors and Roofs, Workshop, 303

Floors, Waterproofing Bridge, 287

Fly-Wheels for Gas-Engine, 263

Food and Raw Material during War, 190, 218

Forced-Feed Lubricating Gear for 140-Horse-Power Petrol-Motor, 615

Foreign Agitation in China, 837

Foreign Capital in Japan, 414

Foreign Trade in China, 120, 155, 285, 353 450

“ Foresight,” Steam Trials of H.M.S., 57 Forsyth’s Racking-Cock for Filling Casks, 421 Foundations for Piers, &c., 505

Foundations for Zambesi Bridge over the Vic-toria Falls, Rhodesia, 137. See 1, 75, 357

Foundry at Birmingham University, 507

Fowler’s Electrical Engineer’s Year-Book and

Directory of Light, Power, and Traction Stations, 552

Fowler’s Mechanical Engineers Pocket-Book,

Fracture in Large Steel Boiler-Plates, 105 164

195. See Letters, 377

Fractured Steel Piston-Rod Cross-Head Bolt of Torpedo-Boat Destroyer ; Microscopic Observa-UlOIlb, ZoD

Fractured Surfaces of Test-Pieces, Greenish Markings in, 435, 464

Fragility of Metals, 133

France, Locomotive, Eastern Railway of 830

1<ranVOisTjpe, Compound Condensing’Engine, 300 Horse-Power Double-Piston, 12 53

r ree Trade ; Reform in American Tariff 569

trench Armour-Plate Works, 355

r rench Canals, 355

French Gas-Engines, 323

I rench Motor-Cars, Steel Used for, 417 49**

Hie , Liquid. See Liquid Fuel

ruel, Peat, Utilisation of, 256

Fuel, see also Coal and Briquette

™S18 n5n69 Hng’ f"rGun Ca, trid«e

FUregS toOn6rrUCti0'’’ Heat «ith

Furnace Temperatures. Bonus System for Rcgu-FuturegofSthe Cruiser, 449. See also IFandrip* Future of the Gas-Turbine. 628. See Lettbbh, 665

Galbraith Electric Iron and Steel Furrace. 86 Gantry Coaling-Crane Locomotive. 555 Gardner-Serpollet 40-Horse-Power Motor-Omm-

Gas Company, Liabilities of a, 3t0

Gas Composition for Engines,. 203

Gas-Engines. See Engines, ba*

Gas-Mantle, Emission Spectrum of the. 8/6

Gas Plant. Mond, 500-Horse-Potver, at Birmingham University, 341

Gas Producer, 263

Gas Produced from Wood. 299

Gas Producer, for Manne I se, 145

Gas-Producer Plant,Suction,674. See Letter*, 811

Gas-Producer for Semi-Bituminous Fuel, 261 Gas-Producer, Suction, and 34 Brake Horse-

Power Engine (Davey, Paxman, and Co., Limited, Colchester), 691

Gas-Producer Tests, 674, 811

Gas-Retort Charging and Drawing Machinery, 444

Gas Schemes in Parliament, 793

Gas-Turbines, Future of, 62b. See Letter*, 665

Gas and Vapour Tests at the Beichsanstalt, 308 Gas-Works Directory and Statistics, 552

Gauge, Swivel, Syphon and Pressure (Hopkin-son’s), 308

Gauges and Jigs, American. □<•«>

Gavey’s, Mr. John, Presidential Address, Institution of Electrical Engineers, 667, 707

Gear-Box. See Motor-Cars, Generators. See also Electric

Generators. See also Elert ric

Generators for Wood Gas, 299. See also Producer

Gentle Art of Hustling, 3

Geodetic Survey of South Africa. 600

German Electric Tramways and Railways. 121 German Fire Service and Insurance, 136, 171,

271. See Eire Brigade in Iixvkt&ated Index

German Liner “ Kaiserin,” 289

German Navy Annual, 882

German Shipbuilding Material; Import Tariffs, 292

German Steam Turbine, 493

German Syndicates, 259

German Tunnel under the Elbe, 357

Germany and the 8|>eed of Trans-Atlantic Steamers, 357

Geyer’s Reversible Propeller. 457

Girders, Shearing Stresses in, 614. S*e Leiters, 665

Girders. See also Bridges and Beams

Girders, Stiffening, fur Suspension Bridge. See

Williamsburg Bridge

Girders, Strengthening of Bridge, 169, 367

(Band. Holmesand Davey’s Hydraulic, 329. Sec Stuffing-Box

Gland, Steam, for Turbines, 721.

Glasgow, Accessibility of Ports, 4C9

Glasgow, Municipal Telephony ax, 353

Glasgow, Notes from. Sv< Sorth, Soles from the

Glednill, J. M., on the Pra tical I'm and Economy of High-Speed Steel, 797

Globe Motor-Car, Brake of, 684

Gold-Dredging, 506

Gold-Mining in the Transx .*al. 726

Gold in Sea-Water: Molecules in Solution, 399.

See 384

Gold and Silver Alloys, 157

Goods Transport, Inferiority of Canals for, 355

Gore, W., and Wilson, J. 8., on Stresses on

Dams, 134. See also on Dams

Governors for Gas-Engines, 295

Graham Swivelling Pulley, 617

Grass and Weed Destroyer on Railways, 323

Graving Dock at Victoria Nyanea, 729

Graving Dock at Southampton, 517

Gray, William, on Turbines and Red prorating Engines' in the Midland Railwa\ Company's Boats, 107, 161

Great Eastern Railway and Apprentices’ Education, 453. See 4<J9 and Edurat ion

Great North of Scotland Railway Steam Coach, 248

Great Western Railway of Argentina; Decapod Locomotive (R. Stephenson and Co,, Limited, Darlington), 693

Great Western Railway; De Glchn Compound Locomotive and Profile of Line, 580. See Letters, Locomotive. Comj^und

Great Western Railway Irish Sen ice, 178

Greenish Markings in Fractured Surfaces of Test-Pieces, 435, 464

Grimesthorpe Works of Caminell, Laird, and Co., Limited, 406

Grinder, Tramway-IUil ; Brown and Crosta, 112

Grinding Machine, Hadfield's Petrol -Driven , Tramway Rail, 404

Guaids for Cotton Machinery, 74. 514

Guide to South Africa, 882

Guild, British Science, 594

,kon’ on ,hc C'* °< Vanadium in Metallurgy, 417, 497, 603, 638. See 323, 632. bee Letters

0UPn^,awlgeC^ ne*Un‘t an,‘

Onn v?r!ri<l-e.^iuf’’ Manufacture of. 546. 5G9

Co u,°dw><*. El<*-iri. in in. 73a

Gun Fire, Effect of, on Wanhira, $17

Guns. See Warthin, ' ’

Gun Works at Sheffield. 402. 453 See 416 454

Gunboats. Sec War.hin. '

'’iVuV’hw! ot Grct-nfodi Markings in

Fractured Surfaces of Test - Pieces. 435. 464

“EnSne’.’S^ On Windl,’<’

^Manlans«' \</?n h ol Iron, Nickel.

Manganese, and Carbon, cgf., 7%, ;4«,t 779. 822,

Ortod-

Hadfield s Sheffield Works 403

Hainburif'* Tn Einer “ Kaiserin, iiamhuru . Tunnel under the Kibe. S5

289

Hanbury, H. W., on Four-Cylinder Locomotives for the Eastern Railway of France, 830

Hanbury, H. W., on' Locomotives. See Locomotives under Liege Exhibition

Hanbury, H. W., on Water-Tube Locomotive

Boiler at Li(5ge, 278

Hanover Fire Brigade, 271, 369

Harbour, 40-Ton Block-Setting “Titan” Crane for Table Bay, 246

Harbours, Accessibility of; Glasgow, New York, Liverpool, 469

Harbour Extensions in Antwerp, 386

Harbours, Fishguard and Rosslare, Great Western Railway, 178

Harbour Foundations, 505

Harbour Schemes in Parliament, 793

Harbours, South African, 753

Harbours, Tokio and Yokohama, 491

Hardware, Ironmongery, Electrical, &c., Exhibition, 120

Harmonic Analysis of Valve Motions, 36

Harmsworth’s Self-Educator, 814

Head, The late Archibald P., and Cubillo, Colonel Leandro, on the Manufacture of Cartridge-Cases, 548, 569

Headstocks for Cotton-Spinning Mules ; Safety Appliances, 74, 544

Heat Economy in Factories, 883

Heat Insulation in Furnace Construction, 64

Heat Properties of Alloys, 686, 708, 745, 779, 822.

See Letter, 843

Heat Treatment of Carbon Steels, 417, 422

Heat Treatment of Metals at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Heat Treatment of Steel, 331. See also Steel

Hecla Works of Hadfield Sheffield Foundry Company, Limited, 403

Helmets, Smoke. See Fire-Brigade Appliances in Illustrated Index

Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Hendry’s Laminated Leather Belt, 225. See Erratum, 248

Herbert’s Lathe for Turning Cone Pulleys of “ A W ” Steel, 797

H.M.SS. See Warships

High-Frequency Currents and Electric Waves, Measurement of, 735, 772, 806, 840

High-Speed Tool-Steel. See Tool-Steel

Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland ; Suction Producer-Gas Test, 674. See Letters, 811

Highways, Locomotives on, 703

Hoist-Doors, Safety Devices for, 125

Hoists. See also Cranes

Hoisting-Engines, Electric, 29

Hoisting Gear, Electric, 10

Holmes and Davy’s Hydraulic Stuffing-Box, 329

Home for Engineering Science, 17, 20,122

Hong Kong Trade, 533

Hop-Sprayer, Merry weather’s High-Pressure, 7

Hopkinson, Bertram, on the Elastic Properties of Steel at High Temperatures, 331

Hopkinson and Co , Limited, J., Huddersfield, Valve-Manufacturing Works of, 303

Hopper-Wagon, Self-Discharging, for the Prussian State Railways, 478

Hose Motor-Wagon, Vienna, 614

Hose-Reel. See Fire - Brigade Appliances in Illustrated Index

Hotchkiss Ordnance Company ; 35-Horse-Power Motor-Car, 664

Howorth, Captain H. G., on Greenish-Coloured Markings in Test-Pieces, 435, 464

“Hoyois” Engine, 100 Horse-Power, 81

Hustling in America, 3

“ Huszar,” Austrian Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 90, 96, 99

Hutton, R. S., and Beard, J. R., on Heat Insulation, 64

Hydraulic Cylinder ; 20-Ton Steel Casting, 404

Hydraulic Machinery, 819

Hydraulic Press for Cartridge-Case Heading and Indenting, 439

Hydraulic Presses for Gun Cartridge-Case Manufacture, 548, 569

Hydraulic Stuffing-Box, Holmes and Davy’s, 329

Hydraulic Supply, Liverpool, 564

Hypothesis, Science and, 207

Iceland, Submarine Cable to, 223

Igneous Rock, Steel as an, 312

Illustrations. See Index of Illustrations

Imperial College of Applied Science, 17, 20. See

Letters, 122

Implements, Agricultural, 6

Importation of Foreign Shipbuilding Material into Germany, 292

Impulse Wheels. See Pelton and Turbine

Incandescent Lamps. See Electric

India, Cotton Industry, 191

Indian Irrigation, 871

Indian Midland Railway, 61. See 879

Indian Railway Property, 61, 879

Indian Royal Train for the Prince of Wales's Tour, 335, 399

Indian Storage Reservoirs, with Earthen Dams, 324, 871

Indian Troopship, 388

Indicator, Pulley for, 617

Indicator Spring Tests at the Reichsanstalt, 308 industrial Notes, 25, 60, 92, 125,160, 194,225, 261, 294, 328, 359, 892, 421, 457, 496, 531, 567 602, 634, 669, 700, 743, 777, 812, 845, 878

Industry. See also Trade

Industry, The State and, 598

Inferiority of Canals for Goods Transport, 355

Influence of Depth of Water on Ships' Speed, 90 96, 99

Influence. See also Effect

Influence of Fatigue on the Accident Rate, 598

Influence of Nickel and Carbon on Iron, 671

Influence of “Wake’’upon the Speed of Warships Steaming in “Single Column. Line Ahead,” 481

Ingersoll-Sergeant Air-Compressor, 391

Ingot, Steel, Segregation in, 434, 462. See Letters, 481

Inspection, Fire Service, 512. See Fire-Brigade Appliances

Institution of Engineers, Junior, 45, 628, 665

Institutions, Technical, Home for, 17. See Letters, 122

Institution, Technical. See Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron and Steel Institute, Physical Society, and Society of Arts

Insulation of Electric Machines, 477

Insulation, Heat, in Furnace Construction, 64 Insurance and Fire Service, German, 136, 173

Insurance, Workmen’s Compensation. See Legal

Integraphs, 493

Interchangeable Tool-Making, 505

Internal-Combustion Engines. See Engines, Gas; Engines, Oil; Motor-Cars ; and Motor-Launches

Inventions, Patent Rules, 255, 288. See Erratum, 282. See also Patents

I Inverclyde, The late Baron, 492

| “ Iris” Motor-Launch, 588

' “ Iris ” Touring Motor-Car, 652

I Iron Alloyed with Tantalum, 286

' Irons, American Pig, Copper, Cobalt, and Nickel in, 436, 500

| Iron, Composition of. See Micro-Photographs

I Iron and Concrete. See Concrete

Iron, Effects of Oxides of Carbon upon, 336, 473

Iron Furnace Process, 259

Iron, Influence of Nickeland Carbon on, 671

Iron Manufacture, Australia Socialists and, 419.

See 385

Iron-Nickel-Manganese-Carbon Alloys, 686, 708, 745, 779, 822. See Letters, 843

Iron Ore, American (The Hon. Peter White), ! 431

' Iron Records, American, 735

! Iron and Steel Bridges. See Bridges

I Iron and Steel Brittleness, 133

Iron and Steel Electric Furnace, 86

Iron and Steel Industry, 628

Iron and Steel, Manganese in, 565

I Iron and Steel Output, World’s, 451. See 354

I Iron and Steel Works, Use of “ Masut” in, 357

Iron Syndicates in Germany, 259

Iron Trade, Future of American, 354. See 451

Iron Trade, Russian, 155*

Iron and Steel Institute :

Sheffield Meeting, 415, 434

Opening Proceedings, 416

President’s Address by R. A. Hadfield, 416

The Department of Iron and Steel Metallurgy at the University of Sheffield, by Professor J. O. Arnold, 416. See 454

Thermal Transformations of Carbon Steel, by Professor Arnold and A. McWilliam, 417, 422

Overheated Steel, by A. Windsor Richards and J. E. Stead, 417, 459

The Use of Vanadium in Metallurgy, and Steel used for Motor-Car Construction in France, by Dr. Leon Guillet, 417, 497, 603, 638. See 632, and Letters, 553

Visits to Works and Reception at the Town Hall, 418

Segregation in Steel Ingots, by B. Talbot, 434, 462. See Letters, 481

A Manipulator for Steel Bars, by Douglas Upton, 428, 435

The Influence of Nickel and Carbon upon Iron, by G. B. Waterhouse, 435, 671

The Reversible and Irreversible Transformations of Nickel Steel, by L. Dumas, 435

The Presence of Greenish Coloured Markings in the Fractured Surfaces of Test-Pieces, by Captain H. G. Howorth, 435, 464

On the Nature of Troostite, by Dr. Carl Benedicts, 436

The Occurrence of Copper, Cobalt, and Nickel in American Pig Irons, by Professor E. D. Campbell, 436, 500

  • Votes of Thanks, 436
  • Other Proceedings, 436

The Place of Meeting for 1906, 436

Visits :

402, 418, 453

Norfolk Works of Thomas Firth and Sons, Limited, 402

East Hecla Works of Hadfield Sheffield Foundry Company, Limited, 403

Grimethorpe Works of Cammell, Laird, and Co., Limited, 406

Clyde Works of Samuel Osborne and Co., 407 River Don Works of Vickers Sons and Maxim. 453. See 54

Metallurgical Department of Sheffield University, 454. See 416

Wear of Steel Rails on Bridges, by Thomas Andrews, 534

Ironclad. See Warships

Ironmongery, Hardware, Electrical, &c., Exhibition, 120

Irrigation, 324, 871

Irrigation. See Dams

Irrigation, Egypt, Water Supply for Perennial, 55

Izod, E. G., on the Behaviour of Materials of Construction under Pure Shear, 828, 847

Jacketing, Effects of Steam, 197, 227

Jacobus, D. S., on Counterweights for Large Engines, 362

James Forrest Lecture, Errors in, 628. See 665

James Watt, 340

Japan and Baku, 631

Japan, Economic Condition of, 52

Japan, Engineering and Trade Prospects in, 353.

See 285

Japan, Foreign Capital in, 414

Japan ; Kobe and Osaka Trade, 156

Japan; Shipbuilding and Shipping in Nagasaki, 211

Japan ; Trade Prospects, 285, 353

Japan ; Trade of Yokohama, 478

Japan, United States Trade with, 259

Japanese Battleship “ Katori,” Launch of, 20

Japanese Finance, 598

Japanese Mint, 664

Japanese Navy. See War and Warships

Japanese-Russian War ; Damaged Ships, 527

Japanese-Russian War ; Effect on Trade, 23, 285, 353

Japanese-Russian War; Future of the Cruisers, 449

Japanese-Russian War ; Longitudinal Bulkheads in Wa»ships, 191

Japanese-Russian War ; Losses, 192

Japanese-Russian War; Peace, 285, 353. See 23

Japanese-Russian Warships at the Battle of the Sea of Japan, 254, 260

Japanese-Russian War ; Size of Warships, 661

Japanese Shipping, 10

Japanese Shipping, Tokio and Yokohama Harbours and,494

Japanese Warship Building, 808

Jigs and Gauges, American, 505

Johannesburg, British Association’s Visit to, 726

Johnson-Lundell Regenerative System of Tram- . way Control, 144. See 91

Jubilee of the Association of the Manchester

Engineers, 117 i

Junior Institution of Engineers; Presidential Address on Gas-Turbines, 628. See Letters, 45, 665

Kennedy, Sir A. B. W., on the Academic Side of Technical Training, 27. See 19

Kettering as a Site for Works, 372. See 383.

See also Letters, 481

Key way-Locator, Wellbury’s, 193

I Key wav-Slotter, “ Deadfit,” 815

Kimberley and Diamonds, 727, 790

Kinetic Theories applied to Liquids and Solutions, 209

King at Vickers’ Works, Sheffield, 54

King’s Navy. See Warships

Kingsway and Aldvzych Opening, 527

I Kitchen Railway Carriages for Indian Royal

Train, 335, 399

Kites and Meteorology, 883. See 289

' Kobe and Osaka Trade, 156

Koerting Gas-Engine, 230, 263

Korean Trade, 36, 279

Kowloon-Canton Railway, 876

Laboratories, Birmingham University, 239, 274, 341, 397, 507, 610, 858. For details see Illus- I traied Index. See Erratum, 317

Laboratory Work at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Labour and Mining in the Transvaal, 255

| Labour Question. See Industrial .Notes and Legal

Labour, Remuneration of, 413. See 303

Labour Representatives in Parliament, 664

Ladders, Fire. See Fire Brigadein Illustrated Index

Ladysmith, British Association’s Visit to, 683

1 Lagos Railways, Development of, 492

i Lake Superior Iron Ore, 431

Lamps, Incandescent, Candle Power of, 32

Lamps. See Electric

Lancashire Boilers ; Corrugated Flue (Hopkin-son), 303

Land Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers

Langdon, The late W. E., 224

Latent Defects in Motor Cars (Legal), 631

1 Lathes. See Machine-ToMs

' Launch Fitted with Gas-Engine and Producer, 145

Launch Propeller, Geyer’s Reversible, 457 Launches, Motor. See also Motor-Launches Launches and Trial-Trips, 65, 124, 147, 200, 224, i 266, 291, 332, 361, 379, 428, 443, 494, 530, 552, 587, 632, 676, 785. 816, 851. 876

I Launches of Warships in 1905, 873 *

i Laval Steam-Turbine Tests, 880

Leases, Mining, Covenants for, 354

' Leather Belt, Hendry’s Laminated, 225. See Erratum, 248

Legal:

Arbitrator’s Remuneration, 270

Australian Legislation on Trade-Union Lines, 812

Australian Patent Act, 381

Boiler-Owners and Factory Act, 66

Canadian Case of Conspiracy in Restraint of Trade, 846

Compulsory Settlement of Trade Disputes, 492. See Letters, 530

Consulting Engineers and the Law of Negli

gence, 151

Covenants in Mining Leases, 354

Customs in the Tin-Plate Trade, 221

Electric Supply Company’s Liabilities, 257

Electricity Supply of Private Owners, 627

Employers’ Confidence, 562

Foreign Capital in Japan, 414

French Polishers’ Picketing Case, 778

Liabilities of a Gas Company, 320

Light Railways Act, 1896, 520

Locomotives on Highways, 703

London Building Acts Amendment, 219

“ Manual Labour Judge’s Curious Interpretation, 846

Masters and Servants’ Cases, 850

Motor-Car Latent Defects, 631

Printers’ Assistants’ Contract Case, 126, 329 Rateable Machinery Cases, 174. See Letters,

290

Right to Light, 260

Secret Commissions, 189

Servants and Masters’ Cases, 850

Trade Unions and Parliamentary Represen-

tatives, 664

Truck Acts, 122

Underwriters’ Liability for Damages, 190

Unemployed Workmen’s Bill, 185

Wireless Telegraphy Litigation, 598 Legislation. See Parliament and Legal Leinert’s Water-Meter, 38 . ~ n

Letters to the Editor, 10, 44, 122, 148, 191, 246, 290 313,344, 377,442, 481, 530, 553, 599,619, 665, 740, 810, 843, 862

Liabilities of Electric Supply Companies, 25/ Liabilities of a Gas Company, 320

' Liege Exhibition:

Belgian Locomotives, 201,242, 482, 728. See Locomotives

Corliss Engine, 150 Indicated Horse-Power,

313 .

Corrugated Tubes for Locomotives, 242

Liejre Exhibition—continued.

Crane, 10-Ton Electric Overhead Travelling,

Engine, Steam, 100-Horse-Power “Hoyois,” 81

Engine, Steam, 600 Horse-Power Compound Condensing, 554

Engine, steam, Condensing, 600-Horse-Power* Compound, 179. see Erratum'. 260

Engines, Steam, 300-Horse-Power DoublePiston, 12, 56

Flamme-Rongy System of Reversing Gear for Locomotives (Cockerill), 482

French Locomotives, 2ul, 242. See Locomotives

Gas-Producer for Semi-Bituminous Fuel, 261

Hanbury, II. W., on Locomotives. See Hamburg and Locomotives

Locomotive, Articulated, for the Northern Railway of France, 439

Locomoti es, Belgian, 201 242, 482, 728

Locomotive, Compound Goods, with Superheater for the Belgian State Railways (Cockerill), 482

Locomotive, Compound Passenger, for the Belgian State Railways, (Cockerill), 482

Locomotive, Four-Coupled Express, for the Belgian Railways (Soci6t6 Anonyme “ La Metallurgique,” Tubize, Belgium, 728

Locomotive, Four-Coupled Express, for the Belgian State Railways, 728

Locomotive, Six-Coupled Compound for the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway (Schneider and Co., Creusot), 704

Locomotive, Six-Wheel Coupled (La Meuse Works;, 517

Locomotive with Water-Tube Boiler (Brotan), 278

Profile of Railway, Brussels to Ans, 517

Pump-Lubricator for Locomotive, Bourdon Telescopic, 242

Reversing Gear for Locomotives, Flamme-Rong.v System of (Cockerill), 4s2

Rolling-Mill Engine, 1U,UOO - Horse - Power Compound Three-Crank, 376

Speed-Indicator for Locomotive, 242

Superheated Locomotives, 201, 242, 482. See Locomotives

Superheater, Locomotive, Belgian State Railway (Cockerid), 4&2

i Water-Tube Boiler for Locomotive, 278 Lifeboat, Twin-Screw, “Moseley,”378

I Lift, see Hoists

Light and Sodium Vapour, 57

Lighting Arrangements at Birmingham University, 274

Lighting, Electric. See Electric

Lilly, Professor W. E., on Shearing Stresses, 614.

See Letters, 665

Lilly, Professor W. E., on the Strength of Columns, 62

Liquid-Measuring Devices, 330

1 Liquids and Solution, Kinetic Theon Applied to, 209

i Literature, 133, 174, 206, 323. 337, 431, 476, 505,

1 650, 819, 882. See Literature Index

I Liverpool, Accessibility of Ports, 469

Liverpool \\ ater Suppl.y, 564

Lloyd's Returns of Shipwrecks, 187

Lloyd’s Shipbuilding Returns, 55, 455

I Local Authorities. See Municipal

i Locator, Wellbury’s Kej way, 193

I Locomotive building in fcew Souih Wales, S85

| Locomotives. Compound Articulated, for Argentina, 44, 159

Locomotive, Compound Articulated, for the Northern Railway of France, 439

| Lo omotive, Comp und Goods, with Superheater, for the Belgian state Railways (U< ckerill), 482

I Locomotive, Compound Passenger, for ths Belgian State Railway s, 482

1 Locomotive, Corrugated Tubes for, 242

Locomotive, Four - Coupled Express, for the Belgian State Railways (Societe Anonyme “La Metallurgique,” Tubize, Belgium), 728

Locomotive, Four-Cylinder Compound, for the

Great Western Railway, 580. see Letters, Locomotive, Co-mpound

Locomotive, Four - cylinder, for the Eastern, Railway of France, 830

Locomotive, Four ■ Cylinder Express, for the

London and South-Western Railway, 633. See Letters, 666, 740

Locomotive Frame-Plates, Planing Machine for, 81

Locomotive Gantry Coaling Crane, 555

Locomotives on Highways, 703

Locomotive Pump-Lubricator, Bourdon Telescopic, 212

Locomotive, Single-Phase (Westinghouse), 25

Locomotive, Six-Coupled Compound, for the

Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway (Schneider and Co., Creusot), 704

Locomotive, Six-Wheel Coupled, at the Li6ge Exhibition (La Meuse Works), 517

Locomotives, Speed - Indicator for (Flaman), 242

Locomotive, Tank, 2-Ft. 5|-In. Gauge, for Egypt, 315

Locomotive, Ten-Wheel Coupled, for the Great Western Railway of Argentina (Robert

I Stephenson and Co., Limited, Darlington), 693

Locomotive with Water-Tube Boiler, 278

London Ambulance Service, 87

I London Building Acts, 219

London County Council Debts, 559, 734

London County Council Power Supply, 186, 594, 662, 699, 803

London County Council Steamers, 490

London County Council Trading. See Municipal

London County Council Tramways, 152, 490

London Directory, 882

London Factories, Redistribution of, 383. See ’ 372, and Letters, 481

London and North-Western Railway Steam-

Coach, 359

London New Street Opening, 527

London Petroleum Fire, 663

London Railways, 156

London and South-Western Railway Locomotive, 633. See Letters, 666, 740

London Traffic Congestion, 85, 488, 625 Longitudinal Bulkheads in Warships, 199 Longmuir, Mr. Percy, on Alloys of Iron-Nickel-

Manganese and Carbon, 708, 745, 779, 822 Lorries. See Motor-^ars and Motor-Wagons Losses in the Russo-Japanese War, 192 Losses of Ships, 83, 187, 383, 630 Lowne Vacuum Engine, 113 Lowry Cotton-Picker, 122, 390 Lubricator, Pump, for Locomotive, Bourdon

Telescopic, 242

Machine-Shop at Birmingham University, 507

Machine Tools:

American Tool-Making and Interchangeable Methods, 505

Auger and Mortising Tool, Pearl Square, 225 Bolt-Forging, Cutting, and Screwing Machinery, 245

Boring-Machine for Axle-Boxes, Horizontal, 439

Boring Wheel - Bosses to Limit - Gauge, Machine for(Hopkinson), 303

Boring and Turning Mills, 59 Cutting-Machine for Bolts, 245 Drill, Multiple-Spindle, 303 Drilling-Machine, 6-Ft. Universal Radial, 358 Drilling-Machine for Yarrow Boiler, Multiple, 830

Drilling and Tapping Machine, High-Speed Radial, 407

Forging-Machine for Bolts, 245 a Lathe, 18-In. High Speed (Whitworth), 797

Lathe for the Manufacture of Zinc Shavings, 659

Lathes, Standard Leading Screws for, 141 Milling-Machine, Screw (Hopkinson), 303 Milling-Machines for “AW” High-Speed

Steel, 797

Milling-Machine, Universal, 210. See Addendum. 247

Milling and Worm-Wheel Cutting-Machine, 845

Mortising Tool, Pearl Square Auger, 225

Nut Tapping-Machine, 245 Planing-Machine for Chrome Steel Armour-

Plate (Whitworth), 797

Planing-Machine for Locomotive Frame-Plates, 81

Saws with Inserted Teeth of “AW” Steel, Circular, 797

Screw Milling-Machine (Hopkinson); 303 Screws for Lathes, Standard Leading, 141 Screwing-Machine for Bolts, 245 Sheet-Metal Working Tools, 432 Slotter, Deadftt Keyway, 815

Tapping-Machine for Nuts, 245

Tool Steel, “ A W” High-Speed, 797

Turbine Lathe, 103-In., for Wallsend Works, 114

Turning and Boring Mills, 59

Turning Cone Pulleys with “AW” Steel (Herbert, Coventry), 797

Wheel-Boss Boring - Machine (Hopkinson), 303

Whitworth Tools for High-Speed Steel, 797 Worm-Wheel Milling-Machine, 845 Machinery in China, Sale of, 553 Machinery, Quinquennial Valuation and Rateable, 51

Macleod and Plato’s Electric Bell, 281 Madras Railways, 61, 879

Madrid, Failure of Fer o Concrete at, 454 “Magne,” Swedish Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Thornycrofc, Chiswick), 409

Magnetic Tests at the Reichsansbalt, 308 Magnetism. See Electric and Physical Society Manchester Association of Engineers, Jubilee of the, 117 ; Presidential Address, The State and Industry, 598

Manganese-Carbon-Iron-Nickel Alloys, 708, 745, 779, 822. St-e Letters, 813

Manganese in Iron and Steel, 565 See Steel Manipulator for Steel Bars, 428, 435

Mann, A. S., on Starting of Sr.eam-Turbines, 332 Manoeuvring of Turbine Steamers, 55. See 203 Mansel, The late Robert, 810

Manufacture of Cartridge-Cases for Quick-Firing

Guns, 548, 569 °

Marconi. See Wireless

Marine Boilers. See Marine Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers

Marine Engineering. See Engines, Marine; ft aval Architects; and Warships

Marine Engines. See Engines, Marine Marine Motor, Exhaust-Silencer for, 529 Marine Motors. See Motor Launches Marine Shafts. See Shafts

Marine Steam-Tur oines. See Turbines, Steam Marrmer, W. W., on the Influence of Depth of

Water on Speed, 90, 99. See 96 Marshes, Roads across, 290 Masonry Dams, Stresses on, 35, 134, 171, 751.

See Letters

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 661 Masters’ and Servants’ Cases. See Legal Masut, Use of, in Iron and Steel Works, 357 Material during War, Food and Raw, 190, 218 Materials under Pure Shear, 828, 847 Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism, 175 .

Mathot, Rodolphe E., on the Growth of Large Gas Engines on the Continent, 230, 263, 295 °

Matoppo Hills, Brinish Association Visit to, 790 Measurement of High-Frequency Currents and

Electric Waves, 735, 772, 806, 810

Measuring Coronal Radiation during Eclipse, 599 Measuring Devices for Liquids, 330

Measuring and Mixing Powdered Material, 393 Me William, A., on Thermal Treatment of Carbon

Steels, 417, 422

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of:

Electric Winding-Engines, by Professor Paul Habets, 29

An Investigation to Determine the Effects of Steam-Jacketing upon the Efficiency of a Horizontal Compound Steam-Engine, by A. L. Mellanby, 197, 227

I Mechanical .Engineers—cunt in tied.

The Growth of Large Gas-Engines on the Continent, by Rodolphe E. Mathot, 230, 263, 295

The Manufacture of Cartridge-Cases for Quick-Firing Guns, by Colonel Leandro Cubillo and the late Archibald P. Head, 548, 5t9

Seventh Report to the Alloys Research Committtee, on the Properties of a Series of Iron-Nickel-Manganese-Carbon Alloys, by Dr. II. C. II. Carpenter and Messrs. R. A. Hadfield and Percy Long-muir, 686, 708, 745, 779, 786, 822. Sec Letters, 843

Behaviour of Materials of Construction under Pure Shear, by E. G. Izod, 828, 847 Mechanical and Metallurgical Alloys, 686, 708, 745, 779, 786, 822. See Letters, 843, and Alloys

Mechanical and Physical Papers at the British Association. See British Association

Mechanical Stokers and Boiler-House Economy, 807

“Mechanical World” Pocket-Diary and Year-Book, 552

Mechanics of the Steam-Engine, 650

Mellanby, A. W., on the Effects of Steam-Jacketing, 197, 227

Merchandise Marks Act, 247

Merchant Shipping, Classification in, 89

Merry weather’s High-Pressure Hop Spray er, 7 Mesopotamia, Petroleum in, 23

Metal Price Diagrams, 24, 158, 326, 456, 600, 776, 877

Metal Tests at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Metals. See Steel, Iron, Tin, Copper, Aluminium, Alloys, and Micro-Photographs

Metals, States of, Crystalline and Amorphous, 384  %

Metals, Structure of. See Micro-Photographs Metallurgical Department, Sheffield University, 416, 454

Metallurgical Laboratory, Birmingham Univer-versity, 858

Metallurgy, Use of Vanadium in, 323, 417, 603, 638. See Letters, and 632

Meteorological Society, Royal:

Meteorology in Relation to Agriculture, by W. Marriott, 10

The Rain Storms of August 24 to 26, 1905, in Counties Dublin and Wicklow, by Sir John W. Moore, 658

The Aqua Meter, by Dr. W. B. Newton, 658

Attempt to Fly Kites for Meteorological Purposes from the Mission Ship Attached to a Deep-Sea Fishing Fleet in the North Sea, by G. C. Simpson, 883

Flying Kites in Barbados, by C. J. P. Cave, 883. See 289

Meteorology ; Balloons Sent up from Yacht, 289. See 88 J

Meteorology in Relation to Agriculture, 10

Meter, Lienert’s Water, 38

Metropolitan Electric Supply Company’s Works ;

Coal-Conveying Plant, 46

Metropolitan. See London

Micro-Photographs of Fracture in Large Steel Boiler-Plates, 105, 164, 195. See Letters, 377

Micro-Photographs of Fractured Steel Piston-Rods of Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 235

Micro-Photographs ; Greenish Markings in Fractured Surfaces of Test Pieces, 435, 464

Micro - Photographs ; Iron - Nickel - Manganese Carbon Alloys, 686, 708, 745, 779, 822. See Letters, 813

Micro-Photographs of Metal for Gun Cartridge-Cases, 548, 569 °

Micro-Photographs of Overheated Steel, 417 459 ’

Micro-Photographs of Steels used for Motor-Car Construction in France, 417, 497

Micro-Photographs of the Thermal Transformation of Carbon Steels, 417, 422

Micro-Photographs of Vanadium Steel Allovs 323, 417, 603, 638. See Letters, and 632

Micro-Photographs of Wear of Steel on Bridges, 534 ° ’

Micro-Structure of Metals, 384

Midland Electric Power Station at Wednesbury,

Midland Railway Steamers with Reciprocating and Turbine Engines, 107, 161

Milan Exhibition, 1906, 442, 553, 873

Military Motor-Cars, 733

Milling-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Milton, J T on Fractures in Large Steel Boiler-

1 lates, 105,164, 195. See Letters, 377

Mine Winding-Engines, 29 Mineral. See Railways Mining, Belgium Coal, 864

Mining Department at Birmingham University,

Mining Engineers, Education of, 501

Mining, Gold, in the Transvaal, 726

Mining and Labour in the Transvaal, 255

Mining Leases, Covenants for, 354

M1F7^S^aChinery* See Haulage, and

Mint, Japanese, 664

Misceilanea 24, 49 83, 123, 149, 183,215, 251, 283, 31/, 345, 381, 411, 443, 485, 521 557 501 «•?<? 668, 695, 731, 767, 801, 835; 867 ’ ’ 3’

SH’ d ^easu;'in8' Powdered Materials, 393 Model Experiments and Ship Resistance, 90 16° Molecules in Solution, 399. See 884 ’ 1

Plant, 500 Horse-Power, at Birming-ham University, 341. See also Producers Morcom, The late Alfred, 528

M°tX?°8T B” °n TeSt8 °f De LaVal Ste™‘

Morris-Hawkins Inter-Pole Motor, 408

Mortar, Sand for, 596

Mortising Tool, Pearl Square Auger and, 225

Motley, Twin-Screw Lifeboat. 378 Motor-Boats. See Motor Launches Motor-Car, Arrol-Johnston, 412, 618 655 839 Mot^r-Car Construction Works’, Arr’ol-Jo’hnston, Motor-Car Details of Wolseley Petrol 615 Motor-Car F eed-Pump, 526 ’

Motor-Car Fire Appliances. See Fire-Brigade

Appliances and Illustrated Index

Motor-Car (Globe), Brake of, 681

Motor-Car, 14-Horse Power Thornycroft, 6no, /01, 732, 741 . _

Motor-Car, 35-Horse-Power; Hotchkiss Ordnance Company, 684

Motor-Car, “ Iris” Touring, 652

Motor-Car, Latent Defects (Legal), 631

Motor-Car ; Parsons Petrol Motor, 685

Motor-Car, Rolls-Royce Eight-Cylinder, 702

Motor-Car Show, Olympia, 701, 741

Motor-Car, Siddeley 32-Horse-Power (Wolseley

Company), 765

Motor-Cars, Steel, French, 417, 497

Motor-Car Touring Competition, 412. See 618, 655, 832

Motor-Car in War, 733

Motor-Carriage, Great North of Scotland Railway, 248

Motor-Carriage, Steam, for the London and

North-Western Railway, 359

Motor-Cycles, 703, 743

Motor Fire Appliances, Vienna, 614

Motor Fire-Engines. See Fire, Brigade in Illustrated Index

Motors, Internal-Combustion. See Engines, OU;

Engines, Gas; Motor-Car, and Motor-Launches

Motor-Launches, 340

Motor-Launch, Exhaust-Silencer for, 529

Motor-Launch “ Iris,” 533

Motor-Launches, Trials of, 187,220. See Letters, 291, 345

Motor, Marine, Exhaust-Silencer, 529

Motor-Omnibus, Gardner* Serpollet, 40-Horse-Power, 531

Motor, Petrol, for Railway Traction, 140-Horsc-

Power (Wolseley Company), 615

Motor-Wagon, Ryknield Light, 12

Motor-Wagons at Smithfield Club Show, 771

Mules, Cotton-Spinning, Safety Appliances for, 74, 544

Municipal Obstruction, Board of Trade and, 631

Municipal versus Private Owners’ Electricity Supply, 627

Municipal Steamers, London, 490

Municipal Telephone System, 870. See 217

Municipal Telephony at Glasgow, 353

Municipal Trading, London County Council, 152, 186, 490, 559, 594, 662, 699, 734, 803

Municipal Tramway Developments, 526

Municipal Tramways, London County Council, 152, 490

Nagasaki, Shipping in, 211

Naphtha Fields in Russia, 322

Naphtha Industry, Russian, 361

Natal, British Association Visit to, 683

Natal Government Railways, 222

“ Natal,” H.M. Armoured Cruiser, 414, 455

National Telephone System, 217, 870

Natives as British Engineering Apprentices (Colonial Development), 492

Nautical Technical Dictionary, 651

Naval Accidents, Microscopical Observations of, 235

Naval Architects, Institution of:

Hon. Vice-Presidents, 88

Tactics and Strategy at the Time of Trafalgar, by Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge, 88, 93. See 126

The Ships of the Royal Navy as they Existed at the Time of Trafalgar, by Sir Philip Watts, 88, 126. See 93

The Classification of Merchant Shipping. Illustrated by a Short History of Lloyd’s Register, by H. J. Cornish, 89

Experiments of Models of Constant Length and Form of Cross-Section, but with Varying Breadth and Draught, by Lieut. -Colonel G. Rota, 90, 162

Experiments on the Effect of Depth of Water upon Speed ; having Special Reference to Destroyers Recently Built, by Harold Yarrow, 90, 96. See 99

Deductions from Recent and Former Experiments on the Influence of the Depth of Water on Speed, by W. W. Marriner, 90, 99. See 96

Fractures in Large Steel Boiler-Plates, by J.

T. Milton, 105, 164, 195. See Letters, 377 A Comparison of the Performance of Turbines and Reciprocating Engines in the Midland Railway Company’s Steamers, by William Gray, 107,161. See Erratum, 215 Luncheon on the P. and O. Liner “ India,” 107

Conversazione, 107

Notes on the Causes of Accidents with Sub- ' marine - Boats, and their Salvage, by Captain R. II. Bacon, 107, 128. See 118, j 593

Visit to Portsmouth, 110

Naval Battle of the Sea of Japan, 251, 260

Naval Boilers. See Boilers and Water-Tube Boilers

Naval Engineers’ Training, 769. See Education and Engineers, and Letters

Naval Machinery. See Warships, and Engines, Marine

Naval Programme, 769, 842. See Letters

Naval, Shipping, and Fisheries Exhibition, 70 Naval Ships. See also Warships

Naval Ships at the Time of Trafalgar, 88, 126.

See 93

Naval Strategy and Tactics at the Time of Trafalgar, 88, 93. See 126

Navigating Appliances for “ Carmania,” 725

Navy Engine-Room Artificers and Stokers, 345

Navy Shipbuilding Vote, 18

Negligence and Consulting Engineers, Law of, 151

New South Wales Locomotive Building, 385

New South W’ales Railways, 525

New York, Accessibility of Ports, 469

New York, East River, Williamsburg Bridge, 477, 541, 643, 755, 787, 854

New Zealand Trade Disputes, Compulsory Settlement of, 492. See Letters, 530

Newhaven and Dieppe Turbine-Driven Steamer “ Dieppe,” 55, 203

Nickel and Carbon Influence on Iron, 671

Nickel-Carbon Iron-Manganese Alloys, 686, 708

745, 779, 822. See Letter*, 813

Nickel and Cobalt Alloys, 330

Ni.-kel, Copper, and Cobalt in American Hr Iron, 436, 500

Nickel Vanadium Steel Alloys, 323, 417, 603, 638.

See Letters, and 632

Nile Dam, Erosive Effect of Discharge from the

5C3 . *

Nile Dau. See 5/rease* in Masonry Dam*

Nile Irrigation, 871

Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 10

Non-Conducting Materials for Furnaces, 64

Norfolk Works of Thomas Firth and Sons

Limited, 402

North German Lloyd’s Steamer, Speed of, 357

North, Notes from the, 14. 48, 82, 115, 148 18* 214, 250, 282, 316, 348, 389, 410, 4 46, 481 520 556, 590, 622, 658, 694, 730, 775. 808, 831, 866*" *

Northern Railway of France, Compound Arti-culated Locomotive for, 439

Notes. See Cleveland, Sorth, South - IFerf South Yorkshire, United State*, Industrial and Miscellanea *

Nozzle, Adjustable, for Pelton Wheel, 495

Nuremberg Gas-Engine, 230, 295, 586. see

Erratum, 703

Nut-Tapping Machine, 245

Obituary:

Brown, Charles, 853. See 431

Carbutt, Sir E. H., 490. See Letters, 530 and Erratum, 553

Clowes, Sir William Laird, 214

Dean, William, 420

Dick, G. G., 3b9

Ehrhardt, Ludwig, 731

Evans, David, 183

Gamble, J., 556

Head, Archibald P., 617

Inverclyde, Baron, 492

Jessop, William, 15

Kyle, John, 11

Langdon, W. E., 224

Lister, Thomas, 14

Mansel, Robert, 810

Morcom, Alfred, 528

Otis, C. A., 82

Parrott, William, 670

Pitkin, Albert J., 730

Reuleaux, Professor Franz, 326

Rhodes, Jonathan. 282

Russell, Sir Peter Nicol, 182

Shelford, Sir William, 451

Stephenson, George Robert, 537

Whitehead, Robert, 654

Wilson, Sir Jacob, 57

W’urtzburg, J. IL. 623

Observatory at Cape Town, 6,/j

Oechelhauser Gas-Engine, 263

Oil ; Baku and Japan, 631

oil-EngiIlcs. See Engine, QU ; Mutor-Can, and Motor-Launches '

Oil-Fields, Baku, 512

Oil Fuel. See Liquid Fuel

Oil-Separators for Exhaust Steam, 515

OiI Residue; Use in Iron and Steel Works. 357 Olympia Electrical Exhibition. 41* 452 Olympia Motor-Car Show. 701. 741 ’

Olpower ’-nOt<>r’ Gard""-S<n'0llet, 40-Horte.

Orange River Colonv, 789

Ordnance and Armour. See II drships Ordnance. See Guns 1

Ore. See Iron Ore

Osaka and KoIk? Trade, 156

a,IK C^-’ &unuel. Sheffield Works, 407 Oscillographs for Measuring High-Freouencv Currents, 785, 772, 806, 840 ,UenC-'

Otto Deutz Gas-Engine, 230, 295 Overheated Steel, 417 459 k*.. i/t>- pi t graphs Heat, and s;«T

Effwt u'*°n >•.

PS&V^U>dr“,iC Cv,ind'"- 3?.>. See Panama Canal. 871

Paris, Electricity in, 321

Parliament. See Legal

See%rX^ the ‘ Shipbuilding Vote. 18. Parliamentary Uliour Representatives (Ix-gal), Parliamentary Schemes. Gif’ 6a, -a. <

London /'<„rer Suppiv ’ ,3s- Scc

l“20ns.’ *’etro1 MotoV, «S5

’SBSWrasw

714, 786, 817,’852 8m’ 007• 641’ °77-

Patent Rules, 255 288 v ,

Patents, British, A, Krrat”>,

I atents m Turkey, 553

Russian Bar ’ Japanese

Pear^l. Klr|Ao'?Xea2i?’?rlij,ink' Tool. 225

35.171. see aIso,““°nr' D“>’.

Peat, UWtaS%^«*' ”■

Penalties 'ffi' N°“k- 495

388 contract for Indian Troopship,

'•ym.w., ..........

H«ifleM,B,n4O4ra,l,"a> B*il Orind'nK Machine.

l,owe‘r(>Wolwk.vRco“~ T”cU®°. >« Horse-

Petrol-Motors See o J'’";’'015

Petrol. See rV""Jr-Car*

Photographs of Materials under Pure Shear, 828, 847

Photographs, Micro. See Micro-Photographs

Physical Fatigue and Accidents, 593

Physical and Mechanical Papers at the British Association. See British Association

Physical Properties of Alloys, 686, 708, 745, 779, 822. See Letters, 813, Alloys and MicroPhotographs

Physical Society :

The Ratio between the Mean Spherical and the Mean Horizontal Candle-Power of Incandescent Lamps, by Professor Fleming, 32

The Electrical Conductivity of Flame, by Dr. IT. A. Wilson, 32

Contact with Dielectrics, by Rollo Appleyard, 32

The Pendulum Accelerometer, by F. Lan-chester, 32

A New Form of Pyrometer, by N. V. Stanford, 32

Refractometer, by 0. Appleyard, 32

The Comparison of Electric Fields by Means of an Oscillating Electric Needle, by D. Owen, 57

The Magneto-Optics of Sodium Vapour and the Rotary Dispersion Formula, by Professor R. W. Wood, 57

The Fluorescence of Sodium Vapour, by Professor R. W. Wood, 57

The Theory of Phase-Meters, by Dr. W. E. Sumpner, 599

Apparatus Designed for Measuring the Coronal Radiation during an Eclipse, by Professor H. L. Callendar, 599

The Question of Temperature and Efficiency of Thermal Radiation, by James J. Swinburne, 744

Note on Constant Deviation Prisms, by T. II. Blakesley, 745

The Dielectric * Strength of Air, by A. Russell, 784

On the Electrical Conductivity of Flames for Rapidly Alternating Currents, by Dr. II. A. Wilson and F. Gold, 784. See 32

The Lateral Vibrations of Loaded and Unloaded Bars, by J. Morrow, 784

Exhibition of Scientific Apparatus, 839

Physics Laboratory at Birmingham University, 507

Piecework Wage System, 413. See 303

Piers, Coffer-Dams for, 505

Piers ; Schemes in Parliament, 793

Piers for Williamsburg Bridge, New York, 577.

See Williamsburg Bridge

Pietermaritzburg, ’ British Association Visit to, 683

Pig-Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

Pig Irons, Copper, Cobalt, and Nickel in, 436, 500

Pillars, Strength of, 62

Pipe-Line, Wood-Stave, 493

Pipes, Copper, Corrosion of Steam, 123

Pit Winding-Engines, 29

Planing-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Plant, Electric, for Fixing Rails and Packing Sleepers, 179. See Erratum, 260

Plates, Fracture of Steel Boiler, 164, 195. See Letters, 377

Platinum Industry, Ural, 259

Pneumatic Parcel-Delivery Scheme in Parliament, 792

Pneumatic Pressure-Lock for Bridge Construction, 541. See Williamsburg Bridge

Point-Controller, Turner’s Automatic, 113

Ports, Accessibility of, Glasgow, New York, Liverpool, 469

Port of Antwerp, 386

Port Arthur, Russian Damaged Warships at, 527. See Russo-Japanese War

Port Florence Dry Dock, 729

Ports of South Africa, 753

Portable Air-Compressing Plant (Lacy-Hulbert),

Portable Air-Compressor, Reavell’s, 38

Portland Cement, Concrete Compositions, 269.

See Concrete

Portsmouth Dockyard, 110

Post-Office Telegraph and Telephone Finance, 285

Powdered Materials, Mixing and Measuring of, 393 Power, Distribution of, 380

Power-Gas. See Engines, Gas, and Producer-Gas Power-Plant. See Electric

Power Station at Birmingham University, 397, 507

Power Station. See Electric

Power Supply by the London County Council, 186, 594, 662, 699, 803

“ Premier ” Gas-Engine at Birmingham University, 397

Premium System for Furnace Work, 813

Premium System of Wages, 413. See 303

Preservation of Ayr Bridge, 388, 494

Preserving Stone Buildings, 148

Press Criticisms of Engineers, 487

Press, Hydraulic, for Cartridge-Case Heading and Indenting, 439

Presses, Hydraulic, for Gun-Cartridge Manufacture, 548, 569

Pressure-Gauge, Steam Syphon (Hopkinson), 303

Pretoria, British Association Visit to, 726

Prime Movers, Accidents to, 523

Prince of Wales’s Tour in India, Royal Train for

335, 399 ’

Prisms, Note on Constant Deviation, 745

Private Owners’ Electricity Supply, 627

Producer-Gas Engines. See Engines, Gas

Producer-Gas, for Gas-Engine, 263

Producer, Gas, Marine, 145

Producer-Gas Plant Trials, 674. See Letters, 811

Producer-Gas for Semi-Bituminous Fuel, 261

Producer, Suction Gas, and 34-Brak’e-Horse-

Power Engine (Davey’s), 691

Producers, Wood Gas, 299

Profile of Great Western Railway, Plymouth to Newton Abbot, 580. See Letters, Locomotives Compound

Profile of Railway, Brussels to Ans, 517

Progress of the Engineering Standards Committee, 805

Projectile Works at Sheffield, 402, 453. See 416, 451

Propeller, Geyer’s Reversible, 457

Propeller for Marine Turbines, 759. See 810 Propelling Engines. See Engines, Marine Provincial versus London Factories, 383. See 372 and Letters, 481

Prussian Canal Bill, 53

Prussian State Railways; Self-Discharging Single Hopper Wagon, 478

Public Attitude towards Railways, 188

Public Authorities. See Municipal

Pulley, Graham Swivelling, 617

Pump ; Acid Valves, 530, 553

Pumps, Air and Circulating, Combined (Carruthers), 676

Pump, Air, and Condenser, Combined, 93

Pump, Air, Edwards’s Inverted, 180

Pumps, Air, Independent Twin (II. Watson and Sons, Newcastle), 328

Pumps, Air (Weir’s), 724. See “ Carmania” Pump, Electric-Driven Variable Stroke, 275 Pumps for London and South-Western Railway Locomotive, 633, 740

Pump, Single-Cylinder Valve, 526

Pump, Thwaites’s Feed, at Birmingham Univer-' sity, 341

Pumps and Windmills, 7, 210

Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines

Quaternary Vanadium Steel, 323, 417, 497, 603, 638. See 632. See Letters

Queensland Railways and Trade, 561

Quick-Firing Gun-Cases, Manufacture of, 548, 569 Quick-Firing Guns. See Guns and Warships Quicksilver. See Metal-Price Diagrams Quinquennial Valuation and Rateable Machinery, 51

Rack for Tool-Room, 443*481

Racking-Cock for Filling Casks, Forsyth’s, 421

Radiation, Coronal, during Eclipse/Apparatus for Measuring, 599

Radiation Tests at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Radiation, Thermal, Temperature and Efficiency of, 744

Radiographs, Measurement of, 735, 772, 806, 840

Radium on Diamonds, Action of, 322

Radium, Recent Study of, 524

Rail-Bearers, Deflection of Continuous, 69, 101

Rail-Fixing and Sleeper-Packing, Electric Plant for, 179. See Erratum, 260

Rail-Grinder, Tramway, Brown andCrosta, 112 Rail Grinding-Machine, Hqdfield’s Petrol-Driven

Tramway, 404

Rails on Bridges, Wear of Steel, 534

Rails, Wear on Tram, 344

Railroad Construction, America, 155

Railroads, American, 805

Railway Accident at Witham, 774

Railway Accidents and the Public, 188

Railway; All-Steel Electric Cars, 388

Railways, Argentine, 480

Railway Auto-Car. See Motor Carriage

Railway, British, Economics. See Erratum, 565

Railway Buffer - Coupling, Thomas’s Central Automatic, 180

Railway Carriages, Indian Royal Train, 335, 339 Railway Carriages, Motor. See Motor Carriages Railway Carriages. See Carriages

Railway Carriage Traverser, French, 111

Railway Casualties in the United States, 419

Railway Construction, British, 248

Railway, East China, 564

Railway Economics, 517, 655

Railways, Electric. See Electric

Railway, Electric, and Single-Phase Motor, 103, 697. See Erratum, 215

Railway, Electric, Valtellina, 11

Railways, Electrification, Financial Aspect of, 11, 45

Railways, English, 248, 253, 352, 358, 452

Railways and the Future of China, 450

Railways, Grass and Weed Destroyers on, 323

Railways, Indian, 61, 879

Railway, Kowloon-Canton, 876

Railways, Lagos (Colonial Development), 492

Railway Locomotive. See Locomotives and Motor Carriages

Railways, London, 156. See Street Traffic

Railways, Natal Government, 222

Railways, New South Wales, 525

Railway Plant for Fixing Sleepers, 179. See Erratum, 260

Railways, Queensland, 561

Railway Returns, British, 248, 253, 352, 358, 452

Railways in Rhodesia, 876

Railway and Road Bridges. See Bridges

Railway Rolling-Stock. See Carriages, Wagons, Locomotives, and Steam-Carriages

Railway Station Roof Collapse, Charing Cross, 771, 838. See Letters, 865, and Erratum., 810

Railway. See also Trains

Railway Schemes in Parliament, 698, 738

Railways, Single - Phase versus Continuous-Current, 103, 697

Railway Stations. See Stations

Railway Traction, 140-Horse-Power Petrol-Motor (Wolseley Company), 615

Railway or Tramcar Seat, Adjustable, 815

Railway Tunnels, Ventilation of, 820

Railway Wagon, Self-Discharging Single-Hopper, for Prussia, 478

Rain-Gutters in Workshop Roofs, 303

Rain Storms in Ireland, 658

Rand, British Association Visit to the, 726

Rankine and a United States Corrector, 863 Rapid-Cutting Steel. See Tool-Steel

Rateable Machinery, 174. See Leiters, 290

Rateable Machinery, and Quinquennial Valuation, 51

Raw’ Material during War. Food and, 190, 218

Raworth’s Regenerative Control for Tramways, 91. See 144

Read, A. A., on Manganese in Iron and Steel, 565 Reavell’s Air-Compressor, 38

Rectifiers, Electrolytic, for Telephone Stations, 563

Redistribution of Factories, 383. See 372, and Letters, 481

Reform in Dockyards and Warship Construction, 873

Refractometer, 32

Refrigerating Ammonia Machinery, 280

Refrigerating Machine, Ethyl Chloride, 70

Refrigerating Machine Trials at the Dairy Show, 530, 553

Refuse-Destructors, 651

Registration of Engineers, 481

Reichsanstalt, Work of the, 308 Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete

Reliability Trials of Motor-Boats, 187, 220. See

Letters, 291, 315

Reliability Trials of Motor-Cars, 412

Removal and Disposal of Town Refuse, 651

Remuneration of Arbitrators, 270

Remuneration of Labour, 413. See 303 Research Committee, Institution of Mechanical

Engineers’ Alloys, 686, 70S, 745, 779, 822. See Letters, 843

Reservoir, Elevated Water, 631

Reservoirs. See Dams

Reservoir with Earthen Dams, Indian Storage, 324. See Irrigation

Resistance of Ships’ Models, Experiments on, 90, 162. See also Ships

Responsibilities of the London County Council, 559, 734. See London County Council

Retaining Wall of Reinforced Concrete, 260 Retort-Charging and Drawing Machinery, 444 Reuleaux, The Late Professor Franz, 326 Reversible Propeller, Geyer’s, 457

Reversing Gear, Flamme-Rongy System, for Locomotives, 482

Rhodesian Railway Bridge over the River Zambesi, 1, 75, 137, 357

Rhodesian Railways, 876

Richards, A. W., and Stead, J. E., on Overheated Steel, 417, 459. See also Heat

Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Hartlepool; Steam-Turbine Department, 471

River Courses, Eddies, and the Rotation of the Earth, 223

River Don Works of Vickers Sons and Maxim, 1 453. Sec 54

River Zambesi, Bridge at Victoria Falls, Rhodesia, 1, 75, 137, 357

Road Bridges. See Bridges

Road Locomotion. See also Motor-Cars and

Motor-Wagons

Road Locomotives (Legal), 703

Road Locomotives at Smithfield Club Show, 771 Roads across Marshes, 290

Robins, A. G., on Compound Locomotives and

Great Western Railway, 580. See Letters, Locomotives, Compound

Rock, Igneous, Steel as an, 312

Rogers, F., on the Elastic Properties of Steel at

High Temperatures, 331

Rolling-Mills for Armour-Plate, 355

Rolling-Mill Bar-Manipulator, 428, 435

Rolling-Mill Engine, 10,000-Horse-Power Compound Three-Crank, 376

Rolling-Mill Engines, 18,000-Indicated-Horse-

Power, for the Cargo Fleet Company, Limited, Middlesbrough, 212

Rolling-Stock. See Carriages, Locomotives,

Steam Carriages and Wagons

Rolls-Royce Eight-Cylinder Motor, 702

Roof Collapse, Charing Cross Station, 771, 838, 865. See Letters, and Erratum, 810

Roofs and Floors, Workshop, 303

Roof, Steam-Turbine Department, Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, 471

Rosenbusch, G., on the Ventilation of Waterloo and Baker-Street Tunnel, 820

Rosslare Harbour, 178

Rota, Lieut.-Colonel G., on Experiments on

Resistance of Ships’ Models, 90, 162

Rotation of the Earth, River Courses, Eddies and, 223

Rotor-Drum for Turbine of “Carmania,” 719, 725

Rotor-Lifting Gear for “ Carmania,” 723

Rowden, 300-Brake-Horse-Power Producer-Gas

Engine, 346

“ Roxburgh,” Diirr Water-Tube Boilers in H.M.

Armoured Cruiser. 586. See Erratum, 767 Royal Agricultural Society. See Agricultural Royal College of Science, Conversazione of, 841 Royal Meteorological. See Meteorological Royal Spanish Arsenal Gun-Cartridge Factory,

Trubia, near Oviedo, 548,569

Royal Train for the Prince of Wales’s Tour in India, 335, 399

Rural Fire Appliances. See Fire Brigade in Illustrated Index

Rural Motor Fire Appliances, 370

Russia, British Coal in, 190

Russian Copper Industry, 157

Russian Damaged Warships at Port Arthur, 527 Russian Iron and Steel Works, Use of Masut in, 357

Russian Iron Trade, 155

Russian Naphtha Industry, 322, 361

Russian Platinum Industry, 259

Russian Trade, War Effects on, 23

Russo-Japanese War ; Damaged Russian Ships, 527

Russo-Japanese War; Future of the Cruisers. 449

Russo-Japanese Warships at the Battle of the Sea of Japan, 254, 260

Russo-Japanese War and Trade, 23, 285, 353 Russo-Japanese War ; Size of Warships, 661 Russo-Japanese War; Longitudinal Bulkheads in

Warships, 191

Russo-Japanese War, Losses in, 192

Ryknield Light Motor-Van, 12

Sachs, Edwin O., on the Continental Fire Service, 136, 171, 271, 369, 509, 579, 614, 797. For details see Illustrated Index

Safety Appliances for Spinning Mules, 74, 544

Safety Devices for Lift-Doors, 125

Saint. See St

Sale of Machinery in China, 553

Salisbury, British Association Visit to, 792 Saloons in Indian Royal Train, 335, 399 Salt Solutions, Conductivity Tests at the Reichsanstalt, 308

Salvage of the Dredger “ Walter Bibby,” 41 Salvage of Submarine-Boats, 107, 118, 128, 593 Sand-Mixing Machine, 393

Sand for Mortar, 596

Sankey, Lieut. C. E. P.» on Concrete, 269

Scavenging Town Refuse, 651

Schemes in Parliament, Engineering, 692, 698,

738. See London Power Supply

Science, Applied, Imperial College of, 17, 20. See

Letters, 122

Science, Conversazione of the Royal College or,

841 '

I Science Guild, British, 594

Science and Hypothesis, 207

1 Science, Physical. See Physical .

, Scientific Apparatus, Physical Society, bxnibi-

1 tion, 839

Scouts. See Warships

Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Machine-!, ools

Screws for Lathes, Standard Leading, 141

Screw Milling-Machine (Hopkinson’s), 303

Screw-Propeller, Geyer’s Reversible, 457

Screw-Propeller. See Propeller

Sea Water, Gold in (Molecules in Solution), 399.

See 384

Seamen, Civil Employment for, 489

Seat, Adjustable Railway or Tram-Car, 815

Secret Commissions, 189

Secrets of Employers, 562

Section Lists, Steel Standard, 553

I Segregation in Steel Ingots, 434,462. See Letters,

I Self-Discharging Single-Hopper Wagon for the

' Prussian State Railways, 478

Self-Educator, Harmswortb’s, 814

Self-Propelled Steam Fire-Engine, Vienna, 614

Self-Propelled Vehicles. See Motor-Cars, Motor-

| • Wagons, and Steam-Carriages

Separators, Oil, for Exhaust Steam, 515

1 Servants’ and Masters’ Cases. See Legal. .

I Service, Continental Fire. See Fire-Brigade in

I Illustrated Index

Sewerage Schemes in Parliament, /93

Shafting, Torsional Vibrations of, 54

1 Shear, Materials under Pure, 828, 847

Shearing Stresses on Girders, 614. See Letters,

I 665, and Beams 7

Shearing Stresses on Masonry Dams, 35,134, i/i,

751. See Letters

Sheer-Legs, 180-Ton, at Chatham Dockyard, 81

Sheet-Metal Working Tools 432

Sheffield Iron and Steel Works, 402, 453. See

Sheffield-Twinberrow System of Self-Discharging

Single-Hopper Wagon, 478

Sheffield University, Metallurgical Department, 416,454 w. .

Shelford, The late Sir William, 451

Ships’ Resistance, Experiments on, 90, 162

Ships, Naval, at the Time of Trafalgar, 88, 126.

See 9’3 , .

Ships. See Steamers and Warships

1 Ships’ Speed, Influence of Depth of Water on,

90, 96, 99

Shipbuilding Industry, 47/. See a5, 455

Shipbuilding Material in Germany ; Import

Tariffs, 292

Shipbuilding; Practical Treatise, 431

Shipbuilding. See Warships and Naval Arclu-

Shipbuilding and Shipping in Nagasaki, 211

Shipbuilding Text-Book 208

Shipbuilding Trade, 55, 4o5, 477

Shipping and Fisheries Exhibition, Naval, 70

Shipping in Hong Kong, 533

Shipping, Japanese, 10 -on

Shipping, Merchant, Classification in, 89

Shipping, Nagasaki, 211 .

Shipping, Yokohama and Tokio Harbours and, 494

Shipwrecks, 83, 187, 388, 630

Show, Stanley Cycle, 703, 743

Sickness, Sleeping, in Africa 433

Siddeley 32-Horse-Power Motoi -Car, /6o

Silencer for Marine Motors, 5’29

Silk, Artificial, 564

Silver and Gold Alloys, 157

Simplon Tunnel, Surveying Work for the, 415

Sinclair’s Variable-Stroke Pump, 275

Sme of Angle, Approximation to the, 313

Single-Phase versus Continuous Current foi

Single-Phase Electric Railway and Motors, 103.

See Erratum, 215 .

Single-Phase Locomotive, Westinghouse, 25

Single-Phase Motors, Cranes

Sinking of Submarine Boats, 107, 118,128, 5J3

Size of War Vessels, 661

Skinner Frank W., on Williamsburg Bridge, New York541, 577, 643, 755, 787,854

Sleeping Compartment in Indian Rojal Tram, 335,399 . .

Sleeping Sickness in Africa, 433

Slot tin ^'-Machines. See Machine-Tools

Smith C Alfred, on Birmingham University, 239,’274, 341, 397, 507, 610, 858. For details, see’Illustrated Index. See Erratum, 317

Smithfield Club Show, 771.

Smithv at Birmingham University, 507

Smoke-Abatement Appliances Exhibition, 808

I Smoke Helmets. See Fire Brigade in Illu

SoS anTlron Manufacture, Australia, 419.

See 385 #

’’“'canto”1 Lectures on the Mea™[en^^tr°c

Society! Royal Agricultural. See Agricultural

Sodium vlpoulrWnetieTptics and Fluores-cence of, 57

Soest Gas-Engine, 230

Solar Eclipses, 599

Solar System and Evolution, 319

Soldiers, Civil Employment for, 4Annlied Solutions and Liquids, Kinetic Th o } PP

SouthAfrica. See Cape. Natal, Orange River, South AfHca^Geodeli'c Survey of, 560

' South Africa G See also British Association

South Africa, Observatory, 609

South African Ports, 753

South West, Notes from the, 15, 48, 83, 115, 149, 18 s, 215, 251, 283, 317, 349K 389, 411, 447, 485. 521, 557, 591, 622, 659, 694, 731, 775, 809, 835, 867

South Yorkshire, Notes from, 15, 48, 82, 115, 148, 182, 214, 250, 282, 316, 349, 389, 410, 447, 484, 521, 556, 590, 622, 659, 694, 730, 775, 809, 834, 866

Southampton New Graving Dock, 517

Spanish Arsenal Cartridge-Case Factory, 548, 569 Speakman, E. M., on the Marine Steam-Turbine,

759. See 810

Specification, British Standard, for Portland Cement, 122

Spectrum of the Welsbach Mantle, Emission, 876

Speed of Great Western Trains, 580. See Letters, Locomotive, Compound

Speed-Indicators for Locomotives (Flamans), 242 Speed of Ships, Influence of Depth of Water on, 90, 96, 99

Speed of Warships Steaming in “ Single Column Line Ahead,” Influence of “ Wake” upon, 481

Speed of Warships. See Steam Trials Spelter Prices. See Met al-Price Diagrams Spinning-Mules, Safety Appliances for Cotton, 74, 544

Sprayer, Hop, Merryweather’s High-Pressure, 7 St. Lawrence River ; Cantilever Bridge, 376 St. Neots Electric Power Scheme. 699. See 186, 594, 662, 803

Stability of Masonry Dams, 35, 134, 171, 751. See Letters

Standard, British, Specification for Portland Cement, 122

Standards Committee, Progress of the Engineering, 805

Standard Leading Screws for Lathes, 141

Standard, a New Yard, 155

Standard Steel Section List. 553

Staidey Cycle Show, 703, 743

Starting of Steam-Turbines, 332

State and Industry, 598

State Telephone System, 217, 870. See 353 Stations, Electric Power. See Electric

Station Roof Collapse, Charing Cross, 771, 838, 865. See Letters, and Erratum, 810

Stead, J. E , and Richards, A. W., on Overheated Steel, 417, 459

Steam-Boat. See Steamer

Steam Boilers. See Boilers and Water- Tube

Steam-Carriage for the Great North of Scotland Railway, 248

Steam-Carriage for the London and North-Western Railway, 359

Steam-Condensing Plants, 630

Steam Consumption. See Steam Trials

Steam Copper Pipes, Corrosion of, 123 Steam-Engines. See Engines Steam, Exhaust, Oil-Separator for, 515 Steam Jacketing, Effects of, 197,227 Steam Lifeboat “Moseley,” 378

Steam Lorries. See Motor-Cars and Motor-Wagons

Steam-Pumps on London and South-Western Locomotives, 633, 740

Steam Syphon and Pressure Gauge, Ilopkinson’s, 3 3

Steam Superheaters. See Superheaters

Steam Trials of British Warships, 873

Steam Trials of “ Carmania,” 726

Steam Trials of H.M.S. “ Argyll,1 ’ 420

Steam Trials of H.M.S. “ Foresight,” 57

Steam Trials of H.M. Ships in 1905, 873

Steam Trials. See Launches and Trial Trips Steam-Turbines. See Turbines, Steam Steam-Turbines in the Tropics, 740 Steamers, Atlantic, Speed of German, 357 Steamer, Blowing up, in Suez Canal, 493 Steamer “ Dieppe,” Newhaven and Dieppe Turbine-Driven, 55, 203

Steamers, Engines. See Engines, Marine

Steamers, Midland Railway Company’s ; Turbines and Reciprocating Engines, 107, 161

Steamers. See also Ships, Steamships, and Warships

Steamers, Thames, 490

Steamers for Transporting Iron Ore (Hon. Peter White), 431

Steamship Accident Damages, 190

Steamship “Kaiserin,” Hamburg - American Line, 289

Steamship, Various Stages of Construction ; “ Carmania,” 717

Steel Alloys with Nickel and Manganese, 686, 708, 745, 779, 822. See Letters, 843

Steel and Aluminium Alloys, 246 279

Steel Barrels, Manufacture of, 813

Steel Bars, Manipulators for, 428, 435

Steel Boiler Plates, Fracture in, 105, 164, 195.

See Letters, 377

Steels, Carbon, Thermal Transformation of, 417 422. See 459

Steel Cars for Electric Railway, 388

Steel Casting for Hydraulic Cylinder, 20-Ton 404

Steel, Chromium, 566

Steel, Chromium and Nickel, 417, 497

Steel Columns, Strength of, 62

Steel Cross-Head Bolts Fractured in Torpedo-

Boat Destroyer ; Microscopic Observations, 235 Steel, Effects of Carbon upon Iron and its

Oxides, 336, 473

Steel, Elastic Properties at High Temperatures. 331

Steel Girders. See Bridges

Steel for Guns ; Greenish Markings in Fractured Surfaces of Test-Pieces, 435,464

Steel, High-Speed Tool, “ A W,” 797

Steel as an Igneous Rock, 312

Steel Industry, American, 20

Steel, Influence of Nickel and Carbon on, 671

Steel Ingots, Segregation in, 434, 462. See Letters, 481

Steel and Iron Brittleness, 133

Steel and Iron Electric Furnace, 86

Steel and Iron Industry, 628

Steel and Iron Institute. See Iron and Steel Institute

Steel and Iron, Manganese in, 565

Steel and Iron Output, World’s, 451. See 354

Steel and Iron Works, Use of “ Masut” in. 357

Steel-Melting Laboratoiy at Birmingham University, 507

Steel, Micro-Structure of. See Micro-Photographs

Steel Output, Canadian, 121

Steel, Overheated, 417, 459

Steel Rails on Bridges, Wear of, 534

Steel Railway Carriages, 842

Steel Records, American, 735

Steel Section Lists, Standard, 553

Steel-Smelting Laboratory at Birmingham University, 610

Steel Syndicates in Germany, 259

Steel-Vanadium Alloys, 323, 417, 603, 638. See

Letters, and 632

Steel Works at Sheffield, 402, 453. See 416, 454

Steering Gear of “ Carmania,” 225

Stephenson, The late George Robert, 597

Sterne’s High-Speed Ammonia Machinery, 280

Stokersand Engine-Room Artificers in the Royal Nav.\, 345

Stone Buildings, Preserving, 148

Strategy and Tactics at the Time of Trafalgar, 88, 93. See 126

Street Traffic in London, 85, 488, 625

Strength of Air, Dielectric, 784

Strength of Columns, 62

Strength and Growth of Timber, 289

Strength of Masonry Dams, 35, 134, 171, 754. See Letters.

Strength of Struts, 62

Strengthening of Riveted Bridges, 169, 367

Stresses in Masonry Dams, 35, 134, 171, 751. See Letters

Stresses on Metal. See Micro-Photographs

Stresses, Shearing, on Girders, 614. See Letters, 665, and Beams

Strikes and Trade Unions. See Industrial Notes and Paragraph Index

Structural Design of Ships, 431

Structure of Metal. See Micro-Photographs

Struts, Strength of, 62

Stuffing-Box for Piston-Rod of Gas-Engine, 295. See Packing and Gland

Submarine Boats and their Salvage, 107,118,128, 593, 740. See Erratum, 831

Submarine Cable to Iceland, 223

Submarine Telegraphs, 635

Subsidies for Australian Iron Manufacture, 419.

See 385

Suction-Gas Producers. See Gas Producers

Suez Canal, Blowing-Up of s.s. Chatham, 493

Summerfield, R. D., on Commercial Training for Engineers, 203

Sun Eclipse, 599. See 319.

Sunken Dredger Salved, 41

Superheater, Locomotive, for the Belgian State Railway, 482

Supply of Electricity by Private Owners, 627

Supports, Timber, of the Charing Cross Station

Roof, 865. See 771, 838 ; Erratum, 810 ; and Letters

Surface-Condensing Plants, 630

Survey, Geodetic, of South Africa, 560

Surveying Work for the Simplon Tunnel, 415

Suspension Bridge over East River, New York, 54i, 577, 643, 755, 787, 854

Swedish Torpedo Boat Destroyer (Thornycroft), 409

Swing Span Viaduct over the River Barrow, 210

Swivelling Pulley, Graham, 617

Syndicates in Germany, 259

Syphon and Pressure-Gauge, Steam (Hopkin-son), 303

1 Table Bay Harbour, 40 - Ton Block - Setting “ Titan ” Crane, 246

Tactics and Strategy at the Time of Trafalgar,

i 88, 93. See 126

Talbot, B., on Segregation in Steel Ingots, 434, 462. See Letters, 481

Tank, Elevated Water, 631

| Tantalum, 286

I Tariff Reform, American, 562

I Tariffs, German, Shipbuilding Material and, 292 Teaching. See Education and Training Technical Dictionary, Nautical, 651

Technical Education. See also Birmingham U niversity

Technical Education. See Education

Technical High School at Dresden, 121

Technical Training, Academic Side of, 19, 27

Telegraphs, 667

Telegraph Finance, British, 285

Telegraphs. See also Electric

Telegraphs, Submarine, 635

Telegraphy, American, 814

Telephones, 707

I Telephone Finance, British, 285

1 Telephones, Municipal, 870. See 217, 353 Telephones. See also Electric '

I Telephone Station Electrolytic Rectifiers, 563 Telephone System, National, 217, 353, 870 Telephony, Municipal, at Glasgow, 353

Temperature and Efficiency of Thermal Radia tion, 744

Temperature of the Electrodes during Electrolysis, 527

Temperatures of Furnaces, Bonus Systems for i Regularity in, 813

Tenders of Locomo.ives. See Locomotives

Test-Pieces; Greenish Markings in Fractured Surfaces, 435, 464

Testing Cements, 340

Testing Electric Generators and Motors, 325, 679

Testing-Machine for Alternating Stress, 417, 459

Testing-Machine, Avery’s Torsion, at Birmingham University, 507

Testing Plant for Steam-Turbines (Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Hartlepool), 471

Testing at the Rei< hsanstalt, 308

Tests of De Laval Steam-Turbine, 880

Tests See Trials and Steam Trials, and Reich s-anstalt

Tests of Metals. See Micro-Photographs

Tests of Steam-Engines, 523

Tests of Suction Gas-Producer Plant. 674. See Letters, 811

Thames Steamers, 490

Thermal Radiation, Temperature and Efficiency Of, 744

Thermal Transformations of Carbon Steels, 417, ifemaws*

«;°S^sh Torpedi Boit Destroyer “ Magne,” 409 .

Thornycroft 11-Horse-Power Motor-Car, C8 , ThwaiteS F^ed-Pump at Birmingham Univer-

Timber, Growth and Strength of, 289 ESS'S “Ling «« SUM. M.

865. See 771, 838 ; Erratum, 810 , an J let

Tin-Plate Trade, Legal Customs in the, 221 Tin Prices. See Met al-Price Diagrams “Titan” Crane for 40-Ton 13lock-Setting a Tn hie Bav Harbour, 246 . .

Tokio and Yokohama Harbours, Shipping, 49 Tool-Making, American, 505

Tool-Room Racks, 443, 481 „

Tool Steel, High-Speed AW, .97 Tools. See Machine-Tools. Tonography. German Fire Service, oil # Torsion-Testing Machine, Avery s, at Birmmgha

University, 507 .

Torsional Vibration of Shafting, 54

Touring-Car Competition, 412. See 618, 6j>5 Tower for Suspension Bridge, 643. See II dliam

Traction, Electric. See Electric Tramways and Railways

Traction Engines on Highways,

Traction, Mechanical. See Motor-Cais, Moto?-Waqons, and Electric .

Traction Problems; Institution of Civil Engineeis, Presidential Address, 626, 636

Traction, Railway, 140 - Horse - Power 1 etrol Motor (Wolseley Company), 615

Traction, Single-Phase /’. Continuous Currents, 103, 697

Traction in War, 733

Trade, American Iron, 735

Trade, British, with China, 155

Trade in China, Foreign, 120

Trade, Commissions, Secret, 189

Trade, Copper, 321

Trade, Copper, in Trans-Caucasus, 15/

Trade Disputes, Compulsory Settlements of, 493.

See Letters, 530 .

Trade and Engineering Prospects in Japan, ooJ.

See 285

Trade in Hong Kong, 533

Trade, Indian Cotton, 191

Trade, Iron, Russian, 155

Trade, Iron and Steel, 628

Trade with Japan, United States, 259

Trade, Japanese, 52

Trade of Kobe and Osaka, 156

Trade, Korean, 36, 279

Trade, Legal Customs in the Tin-Plate, 221

Trade-Marks Act, New, 247

Trade Marks in Australia, 377

Trade and Peace, 285, 353

Trade and Railways, Queensland, 561

Trade, Russian Napntha, 322, 361

Trade. See also Industry

Trade, Shipbuilding, 55, 455

Trade, Steel, American, 20

Trade Union Congress, 351

Tiade Unions and Parliamentary Representation (Legal), 664

Trade Union. See Industrial Notes

Trade, Ural Platinum, 259

Trade, War Effects upon Russian, 23. See H’nr and Peace

Trade of Yokohama, 478

Trading, London County Council. See Municipal

Trafalgar Naval Ships, 88, 126. See 93

Trafalgar Tactics and Strategy, 88, 93. See 126 Traffic, Congestion of London, 85, 488, 625 Train, Royal, for the Prince of Wales’s Tour in India, 335, 399

Trains. See Railways, Locomotives, and Steam Carriages

Train Speed-Indicator for Locomotives, 242

Training of Apprentices, 409, 442, 458. See Education

Training, Commercial, for Engineers, 203

Training of the Engineer, Educational, 869 Training of Engineers. See Education Training, Technical, Academic Side of, 19, 27 Tram, Wear on, Rails, 344

Tram-Car Seat, Adjustable, 815

Tramways, London County Council, 152, 490.

See Municipal Trading

Tramway-Point Controller, Turner’s Automatic, 113

Tramway Rail-Grinder, Brown and Crosta, 112

Tramway Rail-Grinding Machine, Hadfield’s Petrol-Driven, 404

Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 698, 738 Tramways. See also Electric Trans-Caucasus Copper Industry, 157 Transformations, Thermal, of Carbon Steels, 417, 422

Transport, Goods, Inferiority of Canals for, 355 Transport of Iron Ore (The Hon. Peter White),

Transvaal, British Association Visit to, 726

Transvaal, Labour and Alining in the, 255. See also Industrial Notes

Travellers for Constructing Williamsburg Bridge, 787. See Williamsburg Bridge

Traverser for the Western Railway of France, 111 Trials of British Warships. See Steam Trials Trials of Motor-Boats, Reliability, 187, 220. See

Letters, 291, 345

Trials of Motor Cars, Reliability, 412

Trials of Refrigerating-Machine at the Dairy Show, 530, 553

Trials of Steamers. See Steam Trials. Warships and Launches and Trial Trips

Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines

Tnple-Screw Ship’s Stern-Bracket, “ Oarmania,” 118

Troopship, Indian, 338

?™nwAEtS’N'”o» Measuring and Mixing Powdered Materials, 393

^es^rW™a«°'wgnBridge. See William*, buri] Bridge

Tubes' Cor'rugaud, for Locomotives, 242

?aMd,USDimprioqe; Surveying Works, 415

TurMn'es (German itook>-

Turbine, Allis-Chalmers 844, 8G3

Tnrldne-Driven Cunard Liner. See “ Carman,a Turbine ur e of> 628 See Letters, 665 Turbine-Lathe (1(>8-In.) for Wallsend Works 114 Turbines, Marine, Parsons, for -‘Dieppe,” 55,

Turbine, Marine Steam, 7u9. See Sin

Turbines, Marine, in the Tropics, 740

Turbine’Press°i're'-Gauge, 723. See “ Carmanm” Turbines r. Reciprocating Engines in Cunard

TiJrhine’sand Reciprocating Engines in the

Midland Railway Company's Boats, 107, 101

Whines for Ship Propulsion, Velocity Com-pounded, 493

^^^nhS^^ration Curve, 55, 203

Turbine, Tests of Laval, 8SO

Turbines in the Tropics. 740

Turbine-Wheel with Adjustable Nozzle, Pelton,

49o

Turbo-Compressors, Efficiency of, 598

Tnrkev Patents in, 553

Turner’s Automatic Point-Controller, 113

Turning Circle of Atlantic Liner, 725. See “ Carmania ” .

Turning-Machine. See Machine-Tool*

Uganda Railway Dry Dock, 729

Umtali, British Association \ ifflt to, <92

Underground Railways. See 1

Underwriter®’ Liability for Damages, 190

Unemployed Workmen’s Bill. 185

Unions, Trade. See Trade Union*, Industrial

Note*, Legal

United States. See America

United States Notes from the, 58, 52, 114, 182, 214 281, 316, 344, 376, 409, 456, 483, 516, 565, 600* 622, 655, 729, 767, 843

United States Corrector, Rankine and a, 863

United States Railway Accidents. 419

Unit ed States Trade with Japan. 259

University, Birmingham, 239. 274, 341, 397, 504, 610, 858. For details see Ii.tirated Index. See Erratum, 317

University, Sheffield, Metallurgical Department, 416,454

Upton, Douglas, on a Manipulator for Steel

Bars, 428, 435

Ural Platinum Industry, 259

Utilisation of Peat, 256

Vacuum Discharger, 38

Vacuum Engine, Lowne, 113

Valtellina Electric Railway. 11

Valuation and Rateable Machinery, Quinquennial, 51

Valves for Acid Pumps, 530, 553

Valve-Box for Ascertaining Pressure in Turbine, 723

Valves for Gas-Engine, 220, 263, 295

Valve Gear Automatic Cut-off, f«»r Gas Engine, 295

Valve Gear for 18,000 Indicated Horse-Power

Rolling-Mill Engine’s, 212

Valve Gear for 100 Horse-Power “ Hoy oh ” Engine, 81

Valve Gear of 300 Horse Power Francois Engine, 10

Valve Gear of 600 Horse Power Engine, 179.

See Erratum, 260

Valve Gear for Locomotive, Flamme-Rongy, 482

Valves for Hydraulic Presses for Gun Cartridge Manufacture, 548, 569

Valve Manufacturing Works of J. Hopkinson and Co., Limited, Huddersfield, 303

Valve Motions, Harmonic Analysis of, 36

Waive, Single Cylinder Pump, 526

Valves for Steam-Pumps, 328

Valves, Trip Gear for, 15 4

Valves and Valve Gearing, 506

Van, Ryknield Light Motor, 12

Vanadium in Metallurgy, 323, 417, 603, 638.

See 632 and Letter*

Vanadium Steels, 323

Vapour and Gas Tests at the Reichsanstalt, 308 Vehicles. Self - Propelled. See Motor - Care,

J/ofor-B agon#, and Steam ('a->iage*

Ventilation of Baker-Street and Waterloo Railway, 820

Viaduct over the River Barrow, Wexford, 210 Vibration Diagrams of Atlantic Liner, 725. See

“ Carmania ”

Vibration of Engines, Counterweights for Overcoming, 362

Vibrations of Shafting, Torsional, 54

Vickers Sons and Maxim’s Works at Sheffield, 453. See 54

Vickers’ Works, Visit of King to, 54

\ ictoria Falls Bridge over the River Zambesi, 1, 75, 137, 357

Victoria balls, British Association Visit to, 792

Victoria Nyanza, Dry Dock, 729

“Victory" and other Trafalgar Ships 88, 126.

See 93

\ ienna Motor Fire Appliance a, 614

Waddell’s Professional Papers, 505

Wage Bonus System for Furnace Work, 81S Wages, Premium System of. 413. See 303 M age System at Hopkinson’s Valve Works. 303 wagon, Self-Discharging Hopper, for the

Prussian State Railway?, 478

Wagon, Steam. See 3fotor-Cars and Motor-Wagons

“Wake,” Influence of, upon the Speed of Warships Steaming in “Single Column Line Ahead,” 481

Wall, Retaining, of Reinforced Concrete, 260 Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company’s Works ; Electric Travelling Cranes, 293

“ Walter Bibby,” Salvage of the Dredger, 41 War ; Battle of the Sea of Japan, 254, 260

War Effects upon Russian Industry, 23. See 285, 353

War Experience and Size of Warships, 661

War, Food and Raw Material during, 190, 218

War, Japanese-Russian ; Future of the Cruisers, 449

War, Japanese-Russian; Damaged Russian Ships, 527

War, Japanese-Russian, Losses in, 192

War, Japanese - Russian ; Longitudinal Bulkheads in Warships, 191

War, Motor-Oar in, 733

War and Trade, 23, 285, 353

Warner’s Windmill and Pumps, 210 Warship Construction in 1905, 873

Warships u

Admiralty Orders, 842

Armoured Cruiser, Future of the, 449

Austrian Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “ Huszar,” 90, 96, 99

Battle of the Sea of Japan, 254, 260

Bulkheads, Longitudinal, in Warships, 191

Cammell, Laird, and Co., Limited, Sheffield Works, 406

Chinese Navy, 455

Construction, Protection, Stability, &c., of War Vessels, A Text-Book on the, 208 Damaged Russian, at Port Arthur, 527 Design of Armoured Cruisers, 449. See 661 Destroyers, Influence of Depth of Water on Speed of, 90, 96, 99

Hadfield’s Sheffield Foundry Company, Limited, Sheffield Works, 403

H.M. Armoured Cruiser “ Argyll,” Steam Trials of, 420

H.M. Armoured Cruiser “ Invincible,” 842 H.M. Armoured Cruiser “ Natal,” 414, 455 M.M. Armoured Cruiser “ Roxburgh;” Durr

Water-Tube Boiler, 589. See Erratum, 767

H.M. “ Destroyers,” 33-Knot, 190

H.M. “ Destroyers,” Steam Trials of, 873

H.M. Navy ; Debate in Parliament, 18

H.M. Navy ; Admiralty Policy and Education, 769. See Letters

H.M.SS. Launched in 1905, 873

W ar Sil ips—continued.

H.M.SS. Steam Trials in 1905, 873. See also Steam Trials

H.M. Scout Trials, 873

H.M. Submarine-Boats, Accidents to, 107, 118, 128, 593, 740, 831

H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “ Lee ;” Fractured Crosshead Bolts ; Microscopic Observations, 235

Japanese Batteship “ Katori,” Launch of, 20 Japanese-Russian War, 23, 191, 192, 254, 260, 285, 353, 449, 527, 661

Japanese and Russian Warships at the Battle of the Sea of Japan, 254, 260

Japanese Shipbuilding, 808

Losses in the Russo-Japanese War, 192

Naval Ships at the Time of Trafalgar, 88, 126. See 93

Portsmouth Dockyard, 110

Russian and Japanese Ships at the Battle of the Sea of Japan, 254, 260

Russian Damaged Ships at Port Arthur, 527

Russo-Japanese, War, 23, 191, 192, 254, 260, 285, 353, 449, 527, 661

Size of Vessels, 661

Speed in “Single Column Line Ahead,” Influence of “ Wake” upon, 481

Steam Trials of H.M. Scout “ Foresight,” 57

Steam Trials of H.M.S. “Argyll,” 420

Steam Trials of H.M.SS. in 1905, 873

Strategy and Tactics at the Time of Trafalgar, 88, 93. See 126

Submarine-Boats and their Salvage, 107, 118, 128, 593, 740, 831

Swedish Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “ Magne,” 409

Vickers Sons and Maxim, Sheffield Works, 453. See 54

Waste of Shipping, 83, 187, 388, 630

Water Action at the Assouan Dam, 563

Water, Depth of, and Its Influence on Ships’ Speed, 90, 96, 99

Water-Meter, 658

Water-Meter, Leinert’s, 33

Water-Pumps. See Pumps

Water and Sewerage Schemes in Parliament, 793

Water Supply of Egypt for Perennial Irrigation, 55

Water Supply, Liverpool, 564

Water Tank, Elevated, 631

Water-Tube Boiler Drilling-Machine, 830

Water-Tube Boilers, Durr, in H.M. Armoured

Cruiser “Roxburgh,” 586. See Erratum, 767

Water-Tube Boiler for Locomotive, 278

Water-Tube Boiler for the London and Southwestern Railway Locomotives, 633, 740

Water-Tube Boilers ; their History and Development, 476

Water-Tube Boiler, Yarrow, for Twin-Screw Lifeboat “ Moseley,” 378

i Water-Turbines, 495

Water-Wheel, Pelton, 495

Waterhouse, G. B., on the Influence of Nickel and Carbon on Iron, 435, 671

Waterloo and Baker-Street Railway Ventilation, 820

Waterproofing Bridge Floors, 287

Waterways in Great Britain, 691

Waterways, Prussian, 53

Waterways. See also River and Canal

Watt, James, 340.

Wattless Currents, 153

Watts, Sir Philip, on the Naval Ships at the Time of Trafalgar, 88, 126. See 93

Wave Form Analysis, Harmonic, 36. See also Electric

Waves and Ships’ Speed, 90, 96, 99

Wear of Steel Rails on Bridges, 534

Wear on Tram-Rails, 344

Weathering of Windmills, 811, 863

Wednesbury Station, Midland Electric Power Company at, 739

Weed and Grass Destroyers on Railways, 323

Weir’s Twin Air-Pump on “ Carmania,’” 724

Welding Steel Barrels, 813

Wellbury’s Keyway Locator for Crank-Shafts, 193

Welsbach Mantle, Emission Spectrum of the, 876

Western Railway of France, Traverser for, 111

Western Telegraph Company, 635

Westinghouse Single-Phase Locomotive, 25

Westinghouse Single-Phase Railway Motors, 103.

See Erratum, 215

Wheel-Boss Boring-Machine (Hopkinson), 303

Wheels on Cotton Mules, Safety, 74. See 544

Whipple, Robert S., on a Suggested Application of the Bonus System, 813

White, The Hon. Peter, Lake Superior Iron Ore Pioneer, 431

Whitehead, The late Robert, 654

Whitworth, 108-In. Lathe for Turning Turbine Rotors, 114

Whitwortlf Tools for High-Speed Steel, 797

Williamsburg Bridge over the East River, New York, 541, 577, 643, 755, 787, 854

Wilson, J. S., and Gore, W., on Stresses in Dams, 134. See also Stresses in Dams

Winding-Engines, Electric, 29

Windlass Gear of “ Carmania,” 725

Windmills and Pumps, 7, 210

Windmills, Weathering of, 811, 863

Wireless Electricity ; Dielectric Strength"of Air, 784

Wireless Electricity, Measurement of, 735, 772, | 806, 840

Wireless Telegraphy, 667

Wireless Telegraphy Litigation, 593

Witham Railway Accident, 774

Wolseley 140-Horse-Power Petrol-Motor, 615

Wolseley-Siddeley 32 Horse-Power Motor-Car, 765

Wood-Gas Generators, 299

Wood, Growth and Strength of Timber, 289 Wood-Stave Pipe-Line, 493

Wood-Working Machinery. See Machine-Tools Woolwich Arsenal, Electricity in, 739 Workmen’s Cases. See Legal

Workmen and the Truck Acts, 122

Workmen’s Unemployed Bill, 185

Workmen’s Wages. See Wages and Industrial Notes

Works:

Cammell, Laird, and Co.’s Works, Sheffield, 406

Firth, Thomas, and Sons, Limited, Sheffield, 402

French Armour-Piate, 355

Hadfield’s Sheffield Foundry Company’s Works, 403

New Arrol-Johnston Car Company, Paisley, 832

Osborn and Co.’s, Samuel, Works at Sheffield, 407

Steam-Turbine Department; Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, 471

Valve-Manufacturing, of J. Hopkinson and Co., Huddersfield, 303

Vickers Sons and Maxim’s Works, Sheffield, 54, 453

Works, Redistribution of, 383. See 372, and Letters, 481

Workshop Practice for Apprentices, 310 Workshop Roofs and Floors, 303

World’s Steel and Iron Output, 20, 451. See 354 Worm-Wheel Milling-Machine, 845

Yard Standard, A New, 155

Yarrow, Harold, on the Influence of Depth of Water on the Speed of Destroyers, 90, 96. See 99

Yarrow Water-Tube Boiler for Twin Screw Lifeboat “ Moseley,” 378

Year-Books and Annuals. See Literature Index Yokohama and Tokio Harbours and Shipping, 494

Yokohama Trade, 478

Zambesi Falls, British Association Visit to, 792

Zambesi River Bridge at Victoria Falls, Rhodesia,

1, 75, 137, 357

Zinc-Shaving-Making Lathe, 669

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