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A

  • A. B. C. Motors, Ltd., Robin Light Cabin Mono¬plane, 105* ; 40-h.p. Scorpion Aero Engine, 105* ; 82-h.p. Hornet Aero Engine, 105*
  • Abbott, W. S., the Late, 741
  • Abell, Sir W., on Safety at Sea, 19
  • Abo, Dr. C. V. von, on Engineering Problems of the South African Railways and Harbours, 783. See 239
  • A.-C. Welding Co., Portable Welding Plant, 347*
  • Accelerometer, Rotational (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 260*

Accidents :

  • Aeroplane "City of Ottawa," Report on Accident, 81
  • Boiler Explosion Inquiries, Board of
  • Trade Reports, 32, 171, 321, 514, 826
  • Colliery Accidents, United States, 302
  • Dam, Eildon, Victoria, Australia, Failure of, 444*. See LETTERS, 476, 507
  • Industrial Accidents, Home Office Inspector's Report, 175
  • Mines, Electrical Accidents in, Report, 712
  • Motor Accidents in 1928, 562
  • Propeller-Shaft Failures in Airship "Graf Zeppelin," 481
  • Railway Accidents, British, Board of Trade Report, 296
  • Road Accidents, Report on Traffic Control, 176
  • Safety Precautions for Transmission Mechanisms, 472
  • Shipping, Vessels Lost, Lloyd's Statistics, 140, 203, 388, 490, 722
  • Smethwick Fire and Wiring Regulations, 780
  • Spinning Mills, Cotton, Accident Prevention in, Report, 269
  • United States Railways, Accidents through Failure of Arch Bars, 269
  • Accounts, Stores, and Stores Control (Review), 445
  • Accumulators, Electric. See under Electric Acetylene Welding. See Welding Acid-Resisting Steel for Chemical Plants, 567
  • Acoustics, Electromagnetic Sound Recording on Wire, 496 Progress in, 299
  • Sound Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 178
  • Actinium, Origin of, 298
  • A. D. C. Aircraft, Ltd., 330-h.p. Nimbus Aero Engine, 77* ; 300-h.p. Airsix Aero

Engine, 108*

  • Adam, A. T., on Wire for Mining Ropes, 361. See 355
  • Adam, J. L., on Damage to Ships, 245*. See 20, 356*
  • Adamson, Dr. D., on Work of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 518. See 531, 535. See LETTER, 536
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Aden, Port of, Accommodation at, 461
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
    • Propellers. See Propeller* under Aeronautics
    • Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
    • Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Aero-Bosch Fuel Pump and Injector Valve for Diesel Engine, 628*
  • Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, Exhibits at International Aero Exhibition, 137 ; Materials for Aircraft Purposes, by Dr. W. Itosenhain, 813

Aeronautics :

  • Aerial Lighthouses, 61
  • Aerodromes, Municipal, Conference on, 598
  • Aerodynamics Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 5*
    • Fluid-Motion Experiments, National
  • Physical Laboratory, 5
  • Aeronautical Research Committee, Report, 1928-29, 443
    • Institution, Imperial University, Tokyo, Report on, 853
  • Aeroplane, Avro Antelope Bombing, 103*
    • Bluebird Two-Seater (Blackburn Aero¬plane and Motor Co., Ltd.), 103*
  • Aeroplane, Bristol Bulldog Single-Seater, 76*
    • " City of Ottawa," Accident to, Air Ministry Report, 81
    • De Havilland Gipsy-Moth Amphibian (Short Brothers (Rochester & Bedford), Ltd.), 74*
    • Effect of Built-In Engine Cars, 726
    • Elf, Two-Seater (G. Parnall & Co.), 74*
    • F 100, Monoplane (Societe des Avions
  • H. et M. Farman), 78
  • — Fairey III F. Two-Seater, 73*
    • Ford Three-Engined All-Metal Mono-plane, 135*
  • — Gadfly Single-Seater Monoplane (Glenny & Henderson), 136*
    • Gloster Survey, 104
    • Gnatsnapper Single-Seater Ship (Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 104*
    • Hawk Moth Four-Seater Monoplane (De Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 106*
    • Induced Velocity due to Main Plane Oscillation, 853
    • Klemm-Salmson Two-Seater Monoplane (S. T. Lea), 135*
    • Lincock IV Single-Seater (Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co., Ltd.), 103*
    • Long-Range Monoplane (Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd.), '74*
  • — Researches on Spinning, Interference and Drag of Engines, National Physical Laboratory, 6
    • Ripon II, Torpedo-Carrying (Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co., Ltd.), 104

— * Robin, Monoplane (A. B. C. Motors, Ltd.), 105*

  • — Rotary Ailerons for Lateral Control, 136*

— * Sidestrand (Boulton k Paul, Ltd.), 73* — Single-Seater Fighter Ship (Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd.), 74* — * Single-Seater Interceptor Fighting (Vickers (Aviation), Ltd.), 72*

    • Siskin III B, Single-Seater (Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd.), 75*
    • Spartan Two-Seater (Simmonds Air¬craft, Ltd.), 103*
    • Steel-Wing Construction (Steel Wing Co., Ltd.), 104
    • Three-Seater Sports Coupe (Desoutter Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 105*

— * Tomtit Training (H. G. Hawker En¬gineering Co., Ltd.), 74*

    • Victoria Troop-Carrying (Vickers Aviation), Ltd.), 72*
  • — Westland IV Limousine, 75*
    • Westland Wapiti, 75*
    • Westland Widgeon, 75*
  • — Wing Flutter in, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 6
    • See also Seaplane (below).
  • Ailerons, Rotary, for Lateral Control, 136* Air Ministry Laboratory, Experiments on Detonation in Petrol Engines, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386
    • Report, Aeroplane " City of Ottawa," Accident to, 81
    • Report on Civil Aviation, 666
    • Resistance of Ships, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 53
  • Aircraft Classification by British Cor¬poration Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 178
  • — Inspection by Lloyd's Register, 505 — Materials for, 813
  • Airports, Municipal, Conference on, 598 Airship " Graf Zeppelin," Propeller Shaft Failures in, 481
  • R 101, Trials, 444
    • United States, Helium Supply for, 251, 325, 651
  • — Z. M. C. 2, Metal-Clad, United States Navy, 461
  • Autogiro, Cierva Light, 136*
    • Researches on. at National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Civil Aviation in Canada, Report, 296
    • Economics of, 853
  • — Report on, 666
    • In South Africa, 245
    • See also Airships (above)
  • Dornier Do. Y. Seaplane, 686*
  • Engines, Airship, Critical Speed of Crank shafts, 827*
    • Oil, Aeroplane, 100-h.p. Compression-Ignition (Sunbeam Motor-Car Co., Ltd.), 107*
    • Petrol, Aeroplane, 260-h.p. Castor Radial (J. Walter & Co.), 132*
  • — Aeroplane, 300-h.p. Airsix (A.D.C. Aircraft, Ltd.), 108*
    • Aeroplane, 420-h.p. ASso Caccia (Fabrica Automobili Isotta Fraschini), 134
    • Aeroplane, 90-h.p. Axial-Cylinder (Redrup Lever Engine Syndicate), 135*
    • Aeroplane, 40-h.p. Axial-Cylinder Sleeve-Valve (Statax Motor A.G.), 135*
    • Aeroplane, 225-h.p. Bristol-Titan Radial and 460-h.p. Bristol-Jupiter Series VIII F 76*
    • Aeroplane, 95-h.p. Cirrus and 115-h.p. Cirrus-Hermes, 77
    • Aeroplane, 100-h.p. Gipsy (De Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 106*

— * — Aeroplane, Highest Useful Compression Ratio, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386

  • — — Aeroplane, 82-h.p. Hornet (A.B.C. Motors, Ltd.), 105*

— * — Aeroplane, 825-h.p. H.X.-Type (Rolls-Royce, Ltd.), 108* — * Aeroplane, 750-h.p. Leopard Radial (Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 75* — * — Aeroplane, Measurement of Detonation in, 219*, 272*. See LETTER 386 — — Aeroplane, 530-h.p. Napier Lion

  • Series XI, 78*
    • Aeroplane, 300-330 h.p. Nimbus (A.D.C. Aircraft, Ltd.), 77*
  • — — Aeroplane, 60-h.p. Pobjoy P. Type, (G. Parnall 86 Co.), 74*
  • — — Aeroplane, 90-h.p. A 50 Radial (Fiat (England), Ltd.), 133*
    • Aeroplane, 250-h.p. Radial (SociW des Avions H. et M. Farman), 78*
    • Aeroplane, Radial Type, Reduction of Drag, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 6
  • — — Aeroplane, 40-h.p. Scorpion (A.B.C. Motors, Ltd.), 105*
  • — — Aeroplane, Stiffness of Crankshafts, 548*
    • Aeroplane, Supercharger for (Rolls-Royce, Ltd.), 108*
    • Aeroplane, Two-Stroke, Dynamcally-Balanced Crankshafts for, 458
    • Aeroplane, 500-h.p. Type 12 Hbr. — — Airship, Shaft Failures in " Graf Zeppelin," 481
  • — — Automobiles Hispano-Suiza (Great Britain, Ltd.), 134*
  • French Exhibits at International Aero Exhibition, 137
  • German Exhibits at International Aero Exhibition, 137. See Erratum, 197 Helium-Extraction Plants in United States, 251, 325, 651
  • Imperial College of Science, Experiments on Detonation in Petrol Engines, 219*,
  • 272*. See LETTER, 386. Department of Aeronautics. Syllabus, 418
  • International Aero Exhibition, Olympia, 72*, 102*, 132*. See Erratum, 197
  • Kinematographic Camera, Ultra-Speed for Aeronautical Research, 853
  • Lighthouses, Aerial, 51
  • Lloyd's Register, Aircraft Inspection by, 505
  • Municipal Airports, Conference on, 598 Propellers, Aerial, Air Flow Round, 6*

— * Variable-Pitch, Gloster Hele-Shaw Beacham, 104*

  • — Shaft Failures, Airship" Graf Zeppelin," 481
  • Pump, Petrol, Gloster-Straussler, 105* Report, Air Ministry, Aeroplane " City of Ottawa," Accident to, 81

— * Aeronautical Research Committee, 1928-29, 443

  • Seaplane, A.S.1. Two-Seater (Flat (England), Ltd.), 104*
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • Seaplane Cabin, Cutty Sark (S. E. Saunders, Limited), 102*

— * Dornier Do.X, 686

  • -- Mussel Training (Short Brothers
  • (Rochester and Bedford), Ltd), 74*
    • Nile Merchant (Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co., Ltd.), 104
    • Peto Reconnaissance (G. Parnall Co.), 74
    • Southampton Flying Bo•,t (Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd.), 72*
  • South Africa, Air Transport in, 245 Surveying Aeroplane (Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 104

— * Photographic, from Aircraft, Canada, 297

  • United States, Helium-Extraction Plants in, 251, 325, 651
  • Whirling-Arm Experiments, Use of Pitot Tubes and Hot-Wire Anemometers, National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Wind Tunnel, Compressed Air, National Physical Laboratory, 5*
  • Wings, Aeroplane, Steel Construction, (Steel Wing Co., Ltd.), 104

— * Flutter in Aeroplanes, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 6 See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Africa and Science, 207
  • Agano River, Japan, Kanose Hydro-Electric Station, 789
  • Age Hardening of Aluminium Alloys, 54, 353 Agreements, Labour. See Labour
  • Agricultural Engineering Research Institute, Oxford University, Report, Oxford Process, Beet Sugar Production, 291
    • Engineering in United States, 821
    • Hall. See Exhibition
    • Machinery Exports, 672
  • — — Need for Standardisation, 777
    • Reapers and Threshers in Canada, 482*. See LETTERS 536, 555, 619
    • Rotary Tillers (Simon Rototillers), 777
    • Motors. See Engines ; Motors ; Tractors
    • Oil Engines in Japan, 821
    • Show, Smithfield Club, 777
    • Society, Royal, Harrogate Show, 40*, 89* ; Report on Research, 775
    • Tractors. See Tractors.
  • Agriculture, Japanese, Electricity in 822
  • See also irrigation and PARAGRAPH INDEX. Ailsa Craig Motor Co., Ltd., 100-h.p., Four
  • Cylinder Marine Petrol Engine, 333*
  • Air Bubbles, Measurements of Stream Velocity by, 788
    • Compressed. See Compressed Air ; Pneumatic
    • Compressor, Marine, Three-Stage (Reavell & Co., Ltd.), 346*
    • Petrol Driven, for Passenger Vehicles 137*
    • Pipe-Line Filter for (C. G. Yokes, Ltd.), 334*
  • — — Portable Electrically-Driven (Lacy-Hulbert & Co., Ltd.), 340*
  • — Portable, Electrically-Driven (Reavell & Co., Ltd.), 626*
    • Portable, Petrol-Driven (Broom & Wade, Ltd.), 626*
    • Portable, Petrol-Driven (Reavell & Co., Ltd.), 627*
    • Rotary, Rosherville and Robinson Power Stations, South Africa, 481*, 510
  • — Single-Cylinder (Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd.), 626*
    • Cooler for Turbo-Alternator, Hams Hall Power Station, 794*

— * Currents, Vertical, as Measured by Pilot Balloons, 61 — * Ejector, Two-Stage, Steam-Operated (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 343* — Filter, Pipe-Line (C. G. Yokes, Ltd.), 334* — or Gas, Low-Pressure Regulator for (Drayton

  • Regulator & Instrument Co., Ltd.), 345*
    • Guns for Hot Patching of Refractories, 447
    • Heaters, Usco, Hams Hall Power Station, 663

—**Lock and Caisson, Ta Ling River Bridge Peking-Mukden Railway, 429*

    • Lubricated Thrust Bearing, 680, 692*
    • Meters, Compressed-Air System, Rand Mines, 511
  • Air Meters, Portable (G. Kent, Ltd.), 736
    • in Mines, Temperature and Humidity Conditions, 602
    • Ministry Exhibits at International Aero Exhibition, 137
    • Laboratory, Experiments on Detonation in Petrol Engines, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • — — Report, Aeroplane " City of Ottawa,"
  • Accident to, 81
  • — — Report on Civil Aviation, 666
  • — Pump. See Pump
    • Resistance of Ships, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 53
    • Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
    • See also Atmospheric
  • Aircraft Development Corporation, Airship
  • Z.M.C.2, 461

— * See Aeronautics

  • Airships. See Aeronautics
  • Air-Six Aeroplane Engine, 108*
  • Aktiebolaget Finnshyttan, 10,200-h.p. Lawaczeck Turbine, 375*
  • Alberta Bituminous Sands, Use for Road Surfact. g, 733 ; Centrifugal Separation Process, 826

— * Canada, Water Supply of Calgary, 737 — Scientific and Industrial Research in, Report, 733

  • Alcohol Mixtures as Motor Fuels in South Africa, 208, 305
  • Aldridge Colliery, Explosion of Egg-Ended Boiler, 826
  • Aldwych Engineering Co., Ltd., Pitter Variable —Speed Gear, 200* ; Mechanical Cooler for Oil, 337*
  • Alexander, F. W., on Snow Removal on Canadian Pacific Railway, 653
  • Alkali Works, 1928, Report on, 300
  • Alkaline Waters, Effect on Concrete, 399
  • Allen, E., & Co., Ltd., Heat and Corrosion-Resisting Steel, 768
  • Allen, R. H., on Coal and Coal Cleaning, 574
  • Allen, R. W., on Pumping Machinery for Graving and Floating Docks, 652 ; on Steam-Driven Auxiliaries for Ship Work, 652 ; on Diesel Auxiliary Generating Machinery, 821 ; on Centrifugal Pumping Plant for Sewage Installations, 824 ; on Surface-Condensing and Feed-Heating Plants, 854
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., Exhibition Hall at Biddenham Works, 555
  • Allgemeine Elektricitats GeselLschaft, 1200 kw. Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 819*
  • Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co., 54,000-h.p. Hydraulic Turbines, 554*
  • Allmfinna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, 9,000-kv.-a. Three-Phase Generator, 375*
  • Allott, H. N., the Late, 46
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy ; Microphotographs ; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Alternating Current. See Electric

— * Stress. See Tests (Materials)

  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric ; Turbo Generators
  • Aluminium and its Alloys, 353
  • — Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy and Aluminium Alloys, Specification, 111
    • Conductors, Steel-Cored, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 615*
    • Metallurgy of, 726
    • See also Metallurgy ; Metal-Price Diagrams Amalgamated Anthracite Collieries, Ltd.,
  • Gravity Coal-Cleaning Plant, 706* Amarillo, Texas, Helium-Extraction Plant, 251, 325, 651
  • Ambassador Bridge, Detroit River, 653 America, First Steam Engine in, 555 American Bridge-Engineering Practice, 788
  • Ceramic Society. See Ceramic Society, American
    • Concrete Institute. See Concrete Institute, American
    • Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. See Mining
    • Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel
    • Navy. See United States under Warships
    • Society for Testing Materials. See Testing
    • See also United States
  • Ammoniacal Liquors, Phenol Removal and
  • Recovery from, Report, 722
  • Ammonium Nitrate Explosives, Properties, 547

— * Sulphate, Manufacture of, 300

  • Amphibious Boat Seaplane. See Seaplane under Aeronautics
  • Amsler, A. J., & Co., Drill-Press Dynamometer, 291*
  • Anderson, Dr. R. J., on Metallurgy of Aluminium, 727
  • Anemometers, Hot-Wire, for Whirling-Arm Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Anglo-Russian Committee, Delegation Report, 594
  • Animal Transport in South Africa, 123 Annealing Lehr for Glass, 278*, 305
  • — See also Heat Treatment under Metallurgy Annual Publications. See LITERATURE INDEX Antelope, Bombing Aeroplane, 103*
  • " Antelope," H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 147 Anti-Friction Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Antimony Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy — Metallurgy of, 726
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Regulus, Determination of Antimony and Arsenic, 726
  • Aoyagi, Prof. E., on Electric Lamps, 823 Apparatus, Scientific, Historical, Exhibition, Science Museum, 701
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Aqueduct, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 462*
  • " Aquitania," S.S., Dimensions and Data, 573 " Araucano," Chilean Submarine Depot Ship 635
  • Arbitration in Labour Disputes. See Labour ; Labour Notes ; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Arc. See Electric ; Furnace ; Welding
  • Arch-Bar Failures, United States Railways, 269
  • — Bridges, Concrete, Pei piao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 427*
  • — — Ferro-Concrete, Elorn River, Finisterre, 485*
  • Arch Bridges, Ferro-Concrete, Yadkin River, Full-Scale and Beggs Deformeter Tests, 281*, 311*
  • Archer, C. F., Planeto Reduction Gear, 434
  • Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects
  • Architecture of Engineering Structures, 381. See LETTER, 417, 845
  • Argentine Government, Trailing Suction Dredger for, 737*
  • Armaments,
  • Naval, Reduction of, 116
  • See also Warships
  • Armoured Ships. See Warships .
  • Armstrong, F. H., on Correlation of Fatigue and Overstress, 605*, 661*
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 750-h.p. Leopard Radial Aeroplane Engine, 75*
  • Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., Siskin III B. Single-Seater Aeroplane, 75*
  • Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., B.A.W. Automatic Coupler, 350* ; Lock Gates, Tilbury Docks Improvements, 396*.
  • Aron-Hirsch Works, Eberswalde, Electric Furnaces at, 389*
  • Arrol, Sir W., & Co., Ltd., Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 196* ; Leading-1n Girder, Tilbury Docks Dry Dock, 398*
  • Arsenic in Antimony Regulus, Determination of, 726
  • — in Steel, Effects of, 685
  • Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Artesian Wells. See Wells
  • Artificial Silk Manufacture, Hydrogen-Sulphide Nuisance, 300
  • Artillery. See Guns and PARAGRAPH INDEX Arts, Royal Society of, Fifty Years of Electrical Science and Industry, by L. B. Atkinson, 650
  • A. S. 1 Two-Seater Seaplane (Fiat (England), Ltd.), 104*
  • Asakura, K., on Japanese Rolling Stock, 755 Ash, Coal, Fusion Point of, 543*
  • Handling Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 664
  • — Plant in Boiler Houses, 821
  • Askania Regulators, Mannheim 1,500-lb.
  • Pressure Steam Plant, 315*
  • Asphalt Mixer, Trough (Winget, Ltd.), 634*

— * Plant (Barham, Patterson dc Benham, Ltd.), 648

  • — Portable (Johnson Bros.), 644*
  • Asso Caccia Aero Engine, 134
  • Associated Equipment Co., Ltd., 48-92 h.p.
  • Six-Cylinder Petrol Engine, 618*
  • Association, British. See British Association

— * Engineering. See Institutions — * of Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, See Special Libraries

  • Assouan Dam, Sluice-Discharge Measurements at, 415*. See LETTER, 845*
  • — — Sluices, Report on Calibration, 119* Aston, Dr. F. W., on Mass Spectra, 385 Astronomy, Colour Temperature of Stars, 534

— * Problems of Cosmical Physics, 298

  • Astrophysical Problems and Ionisation Spectra, 534
  • Asynchronous Condensers, Use in Japan, 822
  • Atami Substation, Japan, 66,000-volt Cables, 789
  • Atkinson, J. S., on Gas Producers for Metallurgical Furnaces, 581
  • Atkinson, L. B., on Fifty Years of Electrical Science and Industry, 650
  • Atlantic Engine Co. (1920), Ltd., 70-h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Motor, 329*

— * Liners. See Steamers

  • Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd., Pneumatic Hoist, 646 Atmospheric Conditions Controlling Visibility, 737
  • — — in Witwatersrand Gold Mines, 602

— * Ozone, 385 — * Pollution and National Electricity Supply, 147

  • — — and Potential Gradient, 61
  • — — See also Smoke Abatement

— * System, South Devon Railway, 608

  • Atomic Nuclei, 385
  • — Weight of Phosphorus, 385
  • Attrition Tests of British Road Stones, Report, 206
  • Atwell, G. J. Co., Inc., Foundations for New
  • York Life Insurance Building, 36*
  • "Ansonia," S.S., Dimensions and Performance, 541*
  • Austin, O, on High-Voltage Overhead Lines, 790
  • Australia, City Developments at Melbourne,
  • 418
    • Collieries, Central Power Station for, 96
    • Geophysical Survey of, 530
    • Irrigation Schemes on River Murray, 93
    • and Proposed Imperial Economic Conference, 113
    • Institution of Engineers, Membership, 566
    • Standards Association of, Formation, 478
    • Victoria, Eildon Dam Failure, 444*. See LETTERc, 476, 507
    • Sugarloaf Rubicon Hydro-Electric

Scheme, Needle Valve for, 109* — * Western, Department of Mines, Report, 476

  • Auto-Mower Engineering Co., Ltd., Cable
  • Ploughing Tractor, 42* ; Petrol-Driven
  • Road Roller, 42*

— * Truck Road Sweeper and Sprinkler, 648* Autogenous Welding. See Welds ; Welding Autogiro. See d eronautics

  • Automatic Coupler, B.A.W., Railway Rolling Stock, 350*
    • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
    • Signalling. See Signalling
    • Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of, Presi-dential Address by Prof. W. Morgan, on the Member and the Institution, 471, 631. See LETTER, 636 ; Annual Dinner, 709
  • Automobiles Hispano-Suiza (Great Britain), Ltd., 500-h.p. Aeroplane Engine, 134*

— * See Motor Cars

  • Automobilwerke H. Bussing, A.-.G., Six
  • Wheeled Commercial Vehicle Chassis, 196* Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine Avery, W. & T., Ltd., Sheet-Metal Testing
  • Machine, 497+ ;• Testing Machines at
  • Forest Products Research Laboratory, 731*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Avro Antelope Bombing Aeroplane, 103*
  • Axles, Motor Car. See Motor-Car Details

B.

  • B.A.W. Automatic Coupler, Railway Rolling Stock, 350*
  • Babcock & Wilcox Boiler, Bursting of Tube, 321
  • Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd., Enclosed Single-Geared Steam Winch, 167* ; Oil-Fuel Pump and Heating Unit, 341* ; Feed-Water Regulator, 342* ; Boiler Installation, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425* ; Boiler Installation, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*, 663* ; Pulverised-Coal Experiments, 564 ; Boiler Equipment, Kalyan Power Station, 723
  • Baffle, Boiler Flue (Wimbledon Foundry Co.), 434
  • Bailey, R. W., on Manchester Researches and Mechanical Science, 25*, 57
  • Baird Television System, Synchronising Apparatus, 321*
  • Bakers' Ovens, Steam-Heated, Explosions of, 514
  • Balancing, Locomotive, and Hammer Blow on Bridges, 11$*, 241, 507*
    • Machine, Dynamic, Suyehiro, Mitsubishi
  • Works, 854
  • — — for Turbine Rotors (Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.,) 317*
  • Ball, F. E., on Locomotive Firebox Stays and
  • Plates, 369. See Erratum, 439
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
    • Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
    • Planishing of Holes, 33*
    • Steel, Hardness of, 575
  • — — Standard Specification, 818
  • Bamag-Meguin (Great Britain), Ltd., Electric Hoisting Block, 574*
  • Bamford, A. J., on Vertical Air Currents, 61 Bamfords, Ltd., Agricultural Petrol Engines, 756*
  • Bank Protection, Ta Ling River, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 402*, 427*
  • Bannister, C. 0., on Crystallisation of Gold, 355 Bar and Billet Shears, Open-Ended (H. Pels), 349*

— * Phosphor-Bronze, Specification, 619

  • Barcelona Exhibition, Review of Exhibits, 162 ; Iluminated Fountains, 324
  • — to Toulouse Railway, Opening of, 115 Buford & Perkins, Ltd., Bottle-Washing Machine, 43*
  • Barnet By-Pass Road, Investigations on, 743 Barr & Stroud, Ltd., Pedestal-Type Marine Range Finder, 339*
  • Bartlett, Major T. W., the Late, 623
  • Barton Power Station, Generating Costs, 184 ; Nuisance from Fumes, 744
  • Basic Open-Hearth Furnace Slag, Study of, 803 Basin Entrance, Devonport Dockyard, Widen¬ing of, 747
  • Batson, R. G., on Properties of Materials at High-Temperatures, 725* ; on Springs and Spring Materials, 725
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • Battersea Power Station, Sulphurous Fumes from, 150
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Bauer, Prof. 0., on Arsenic in Steel, 685
  • Bauschinger State of Stressed Materials, 605, 661
  • Baush Machine Tool Co., High-Speed Multiple
  • Drill, 126*
  • Beacham Hele-Shaw Variable-Pitch Aerial
  • Propeller, 104*
  • Beacons, Radio, for Navigation, 83
  • Beams, Strength of, Hodgkinson's Investiga
  • tions, 57

— * Ferro-Concrete, Concreting, 725 — * Steel, Bending Tests of, 651

  • Bean Cars, Ltd., 22.3-h.p., 50-cwt., Four-Wheel Commercial Vehicle, 582*
  • Bearings, Ball, Load-Carrying Capacity, 837* — Dynamic Balancing Machine for Turbine Rotors, 317*

—**Journal, Design and Lubrication, 679, 681*, 690*, 768*. See LETTER 780

    • Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • and Oil Films, 431
    • Plain, Ball and Roller, for Line-Shafting, 801*, 811, 836*
    • Testing Machine, 836*
    • Thrust, Air-Lubricated, 680, 692*, 768*. See LETTER 780
  • — — Michell and Kingsbury, 613,* 679*, 682, 690*
  • — — Michell, 30,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 793* Becker, C. 0., on Valve Gears of Newcomen Engines, 555
  • Becker, H., Report on Diesel Engine Develop¬ment, 92
  • Beet Lifter, Paragon (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 40*

— * Sugar Production, Oxford Process, Report, 291

  • Beggs Deformeter Tests, Yadkin River Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, 281*, 311*
  • Belt Railway Bridge, River Limpopo, 298 Belgium, Economic and Trade Conditions, Re-port, 6
  • Coal, Iron and Steel in, 465
  • Belgian Mines, Electricity Regulations in, 285 Bending and Jointing Pipes and Tubes (Re¬view), 317

— * Tests. See Tests (Materials)

  • Benedicks' Theory, Properties of Low-Expan¬sion Nickel Steel, 400
  • Bennett, M. G., on Atmospheric Visibility, 737 Bennis, E., (t Co., Ltd., Marine-Type Stoker, 527* ; Chain-Grate Stoker, 736
  • Benzol, Effect on Detonation of Motor Fuels, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • " Berengaria," S.S. Dimensions and Data, 573 Berlin Suburban Railways, 1,200-kw. Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 819*

— * World Power Conference, 714

  • Berliner, E., the Late, 173
  • Berry, H., & Co., Ltd., Hydraulically-Operated
  • Bilge Blocks, for Dry Dock, 398* Berthiez, C., Etablissements, Boring and Turn
  • ing Mill with Traversing Table, 567*
  • " Berwindlea," S.S., Maiden Voyage, 307. See 575
  • Beryllium, Properties of, 54, 813
  • Bethel! Timber-Preservation Process, 798 Betts, Dr. C. L., on Creep of Nickel-Chromium
  • at High Temperatures, 422*. See 355 Bhatgar Dam, India, Stability of, (300 Bicentenary of Thomas Newcomen, 84* Bicheroux Process of Plate-Glass Making, 278* Bickerton, H. N., the Late, 498
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles
  • Bidder, Dr. G. P., on The Sea, 146
  • Biles, Sir J. H., on The Steam Engine Afloat, 652
  • Bilge Blocks, Hydraulically-Operated, Tilbury Docks Dry Docks, 398*
  • Billet and Bar Shears, Open-Ended (H. Pels), 349*
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Binnie, A. M. on Influence of Oxygen on Corro¬sion Fatigue, 190*
  • Biplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Birmingham Corporation, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*, 663*, 759*, 793*, 829*. See 597

— * Corrosion of Metals and Alloys at, 358

  • Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., 40-ton Side-Discharging Coal Wagon, 848*
  • Bismuth Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Bitumen-Spraying Machine for Roads (W. Weeks & Sons, Ltd.), 647*
  • Bituminous Sands, Alberta, Use for Road Surfacing, 733 ; Centrifugal Separation Process, 826
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co., Ltd., Bluebird Two-Seater Aeroplane, 103* ; Lincock IV Single-Seater Aeroplane, 103* ; Ripon II Torpedo Aeroplane, 104 ; Nile Merchant Flying Boat, 104
  • Blading, 30,000-kw. . Steam Turbine, Hams Hall Power Station, 793*
  • Blakeborough, 3., & Sons, Ltd., Steam Valves, 655
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blattner, L., Picture Corporation, Ltd., Electro
  • magnetic Sound-Recording System, 496 Blaw-Knox Travelling Forms, Welland Ship
  • Canal Reconstruction, 102*, 129*,698* Blocks, Bilge, Hydraulically-Operate, Tilbury
  • Docks Dry Dock, 398*

— * Electric-Hoisting (Bamag-Meguin (Great Britain), Ltd.), 574* — * Keel, Friction Tests of Wedges, National Physical Laboratory, 4

  • Blonde!, A., Award of Kelvin Medal to, 46, 529, 697
  • Blooms and Forgings, Steel, Relative Tensile Properties, 791
  • Blow-Pipe. See Welding ; Cutting Blue-Brittleness of Steel, 824
  • Bluebird Two-Seater Aeroplane, 103*
  • Blythe, Dr. G. E. K., on Pulverised Fuel for Marine Boilers, 665
  • Board of Education, List of Technical Institu¬tions, 203 ; Report on Education for Salesmanship, 713 ; Report on Science Museum, South Kensington, 701
  • — of Trade Report, Accidents on British Railways, 296
  • — — Reports, Boiler Explosion Inquiries, 32,
  • 171, 321, 514, 703, 826
  • — — See also Orerseas Trade Department Boat, Drill, Equipment, Canadian Furnace Co., Ore Dock Construction, 833
    • Fishing, in Japan, 652
    • Flying. See Seaplane under Aeronautics
    • Motor. See Motor Boat
    • Submtirine. See Warships
    • Transporting Wagon, Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Co., Ltd.,436
  • Bogies, Four-Wheeled, United States Railways,
  • Failures of Arch Bars, 269
  • Boido, Comm. C., on Italian Railway Improve
  • ments, 653
  • Boiler, Babcock & Wilcox, Bursting of Tube
  • in, 321
    • Combustion-Efficiency Meter for (G. Sent, Ltd.), 339*
    • Construction, Importance of Yield Point at High Temperatures, 855
    • Cornish, Explosion of, 32
    • Drums, Strength of Dished Ends, 1*. See LETTERS 417, 555
  • — — Stresses in, Manheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 252
    • Welded, Cost of, 851. See LETTER 416
    • Egg-Ended Cylindrical, Explosion of, 826 Electrically-Heated, Winnipeg Steam-Heating Plant, 610*
  • Explosions, Fairbairn's Investigations, 27 — — Inquiries, Board of Trade Reports, 32,
  • 171, 321, 514, 703, 826
  • — Fairbairn's Work on, 27
  • — Feed Pump. See Pump
    • Water Conditioning Process (H. Laurit-zen), 737
    • Water Softening. See Water-Softening — — Water. See Water
    • Flue Baffle (Wimbledon Foundry C9.), 434 — Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker
    • Heating, Explosion of Expansion Tube, 32
    • Houses, Coal and Ash-Handling Plant in, 821
    • Loading for Maximum Fuel Economy, 796*
    • Locomotive, Gresley-Yarrow High-Pressure,
  • 860*
  • — — Investigations on Firebox Stays and
  • Plates, 369. See Erratum 439
  • — — Nickel Steel for Firebox Stays, 438
  • — — See also Locomotive
  • — Marine, Mechanical Stoker for (E. Bennis
  • & Co., Ltd.), 527*
  • — — Pulverised Coal for, 564
  • — — S.S. " M. J. Craig," Explosion of, 172
  • — S.S. " Sir James Bell," Explosion of, 514

— * S.S. " Trentwood," Explosion of, 614 — — Todd Unit System for Pulverised Coal, S.S. " West Alsek," 87 — * Steam-Wagon, Explosion of, Report, 171

  • Boiler Steels at High Temperatures, R esearch on, 156*
    • Stirling, Bursting of Tube in, 321
    • Reconstruction for Pulverised Fuel, Worcester Power Station, 43*
    • Stop Valve, Fracture of, in S.S. " Gladiator," 172
    • Tube-Expanding Tests, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 252
    • Vertical, S.S. " Kildrummy," Explosion of, 514
    • Water-Tube, Babcock ct Wilcox, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*, 663*
  • - - Tube, Babcock it Wilcox, Kalyan Power Station, 723
    • Tube, Babcock & Wilcox, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425*
    • Tube, Erie City, Winnipeg Steam-Heating Plant, 609*
  • - - Tube, Hanomag, Mannheim 1,500-lb.
  • Pressure Steam Planb, 225*, 262*, 312* - - Tube, Humboldt, Mannheim 1,500-lb.
  • Pressure Steam Plant, 225*, 252*, 312*

- * - Tube, Strength of Dished-End Drums, 1*. See LETTERS 417, 655 - * - Tube, Thompson, Stoke-on-Trent Power Station, 600

  • - Tube, Vickers, Portishead Power Station, 654*
    • Tube, Yarrow, S.S. " Viceroy of India," Design and Performance, 846
    • Tube, Yarrow, S.S. " Empress of Japan," 806
    • See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Bollard, Steel-Plate, Electrically Welded, 771* Bombay Deccan, Irrigation Works in, 600 Bonn, Sir M., on the Association for Education
  • in Industry and Commerce, 18
  • Bonus System. See Labour
  • Books, New, Notes on, 31, 94, 168, 299, 406, 475, 520, 800. See LITERATI:71,E INDEX

- Received, 14, 46, 78, 110, 140, 172, 202, 232, .264, 292, 324, 378, 408, 438, 468, 498, 558, 590, 622, 676, 740, 772, 806, 840 Bore Holes. See Wells

  • Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Boston and Maine Railroad, Accident through
  • Failure of Arch Bar, 269
  • Bottle-Making Maohinery, 27* 91*, 153*

- * Washing Machine (Barford& Perkins, Ltd.), 43*

  • Boulton & Paul, Ltd., Poultry House Venti
  • lator, 41 ; Sidestrand Aeroplane, 73* Boulton & Watt Relic, Kempton Park Pumping
  • Station, 456*
  • Bouncing-Pin Apparatus, Midgeley, for Measurement of Detonation, 219*, 272*. See LETTER 386
  • Bourgeois, Dr. P., on Effect of Temperatures in Overhead Cables, 446. See 369
  • Box-Cars, Grain-Carrying, Unloading Machine for, 163*, 257*
  • B. P. Relay Train-Describing Apparatus, 705 Bradford Corporation Electricity Department, Exhibits at Bradford Exhibition, 655

- * Engineering Exhibition, 655. See 620, 814 - * Technical College, Prospectus, 182

  • Braham, Patterson & Benham, Ltd., Asphalt
  • Plant, 6,48
  • Brakes, Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details

- * See also Dynamometer

  • Brand, C., & Sons, Culverts, Portishead Power
  • Station, 654
  • Brand System Pulverised-Coal Installation,
  • S.S. " Swiftpool," 170*
  • Brass, Corrosion of. See Corrosion

— * Foundry. See Foundry

  • Brazing of Chromium-Nickel Steel for Chemical
  • Plants, 567
  • Breadth, Draught and Initial Stability of
  • Ships, 414
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breaker, Stone, with Grading Screen (Hadfields,
  • Ltd.), 631*

— * — Lever (Goodwin, Barsby & Co., Ltd.),631* Breakwater, Port Colborne, Welland Ship Canal, 763*, 833*

  • Bremen and Bremerhaven, Port Improvements, at, 159*
  • " Bremen," S.S., Streamline Funnel, 149* ;
  • Dimensions and Performance, 540* Bremerhaven and Bremen, Port Improvements
  • at, 159*
  • " Brenise," German Cruiser, Salvage of, 782
  • Bricks, Fire. See Firebricks ; Refractory

Materials

  • Bridge, Arch, Ferro-Concrete, Elorn River, Finisterre, 485*
  • — Ferro-Concrete, Yadkin River, Full-Scale and Beggs Deformeter Tests, 281*, 311*
    • Artistic Designing of, 381. See LETTER, 417, 845
    • Britannia, Menai Straits, Fairbairn's Model Experiments, 26*
    • Chepstow, Great Western Railway, 608
    • Concrete Arch, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 4
    • Design, Dr. J. A. L. Waddell's Pipers on (Review), 716
    • Engineering in Japan, 788
    • — Practice, American, 788
    • Ferro Concrete, Determination of Stresses in Celluloid Model, 710
    • Forth, Erection of, 843
    • Foundations, South African Railways, 785
    • High Elastic-Limit Steel for, 482
    • Maidenhead, Great Western Railway, 608 —. Maintenance and Factors of Safety, 789 - • Meg Resistance Tester (Evershed & Vig-notes, Ltd.), 259
    • Ohmmeter (Record Electrical Co., Ltd.), 448
    • Portals, Arches and Continuous Beams, Stress Measurement in, 788
    • Railway, Allahabad-Jumna, Impact Test
  • on, 507*
  • — — Belt, River Limpopo, South Africa, 298

— * — British, 652

  • — Impact on, 118*, 241, 507*

— * — Overstrained, 789 — * — Strengthening by Electric Welding, 687*, 719*. See 711. See LETTER, 781 — * River Ta Ling, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, Air Lock and Caisson, 429*

  • Bridge and Roads, South Africa, Mileage and
  • , Expenditure, 243
    • Rolling-Lift, Scherzer, Tilbury ,Docks En-trance Lock, 897*. See 443
    • Royal Albert, Saltash, Great Western Rail-way, 509*. See 608
    • Scheme, Charing Cross, 114, 145
    • Steel, Inquiry into Design, 207
    • Stress Committee, Report, 118*, 241, 507*
    • — in, Experimental Determination of, 710 and Structural Engineer's Handbook (Re¬view), 100
    • Suspension, Detroit River, 663
  • — Flexible Towers for, 788
  • — — Philadelphia-Camden, 788
  • — — Poughkeepsie, Righting Foundation Cais
  • son for, 66*
    • Vertical Lift, Welland Ship Canal, 700*
    • Waterloo, Reconstruction, 535
    • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 11*, 131*, 193*, 367*, 668*, 700*, 763*,
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Brighton and London Section, Southern Rail¬way, Electrification of, 535
  • Brilli6, H., on Oil Films and Bearings, 431 Brin3sdown Power Station, 40,000-k.w. Triple-Exhaust Turbine, 214*
  • Brine, Oil-Field, Disposal of, 543
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., Bulldog Single-Seater Aeroplane, 76* ; 225-h.p. Titan Radial Aero Engine, 76* ; 460-h.p. Jupiter Series VIII F. Aero Engine, 76*

— * Corporation, Portishead Power Station, 654* — * University, Prospectus of Engineering

  • Faculty, 110
  • Britannia Bridge, Menai Straits, Fairbairn's
  • Model Experiments, 26*
  • "Britannic" M.S., White Star Line, Launch, 174
  • British Association (South African Meet-ing) :
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 207
  • Presidential Address, by J. H. Hofmeyr, on
  • Africa and Science, 207
  • Section G (Engineering) :
  • Programme, 23
  • Reports of Discussions, 207, 237*, 269 Presidential Address, by Prof. F. C. Lea,
  • on Science and Engineering, 151, 186.
  • See 143, 271
  • Refrigeration Work in South Africa, by E. A. Griffiths, 208
  • Refrigeration Research in Britain for rood Investigation Board, by Dr. E. Griffiths, 208
  • Alcohol Mixtures as Motor Fuels in South Africa, by Col. J. G. Rose and Prof. D. McMillan, 305. See 208
  • Recent Changes Affecting British High-ways, by $r IL P. Maybury, 121*, 155*. See 237*
  • Road Transport Problem in South Africa, by D. E. L. Davies, 243*. See 237
  • Motor Transport in Undeveloped Country, by Sir H. Fowler, 198. See 237
  • Engineering Problems of South African Railways and Harbours, by Dr. C. V. von Abo, 783. See 9.
  • Natal Main-Line Electrification, by V. E. Williams, 785. See 239
  • Mechanical Engineering Problems on 3 ft. 6 in. Gauge South African Railways, by M. M. Loubser, 228. See 239
  • Ulitiversity Training in Structural Design and Practice, by Prof. A. E. Snape, 275. See 269
  • Irrigation in the Union of South Africa, by J. C. Hawkins, 278. See 270
  • Progress in Steam Turbine Plant, by Sir C. A. Parsons, 213*. See 270. See LETTER, 536
  • Compressed-Air Supply on the Rand, by B. Price, 479*, 510*. See 270
  • Mining Operations on the Rand, by Prof. G. A. Watermeyer and S. N. Hoffen-berg, 270
  • National Scheme for Electricity Supply in Great Britain, by C. H. Merz, 147. See 271
  • Limits of Economical Transmission of Electrical Energy, by Prof. E. W. Marchant, 183*. See 271
  • Properties of Insulating Materials using Solid Contacts, by Prof. 0. R. Randall, 272, 651*, 689*
  • Joint Discussion with Section I (Physio-logy) on Problems Connected with Deep-Mine Vendlittion, 272, 602
  • Temperature and Humidity Conditions of Mine Atmospheres, by Dr. J. H. Dobson, 602
  • Ventilation and the Control of Siliceous Dust in Witwatersrand Gold Mines, by H. Mitchell and E. C. Polking-borne, 603
  • Transport Costs in Roadless Countries and Possibilities of Mechanisation, by Lieut. Col. P. Johnson, 123*. See 238
  • Road Transport in South Africa, by J. D. White, 303. See 238
  • Section A (Mathematical and Physical Sciences):
  • Programme, 23
  • Reports of Discussions, 298, 385, 534 Presidential Address, by Lord Rayleigh, on Some Problems of Cosmical Physics, Solved and Unsolved, 298 Spectroscopical Phenomena at Low Tem¬peratures, by Prof. J. C. McLennan, 298
  • Standard Wavelengths in the Extreme Ultra-Violet, by Prof. A. Fowler, 298
  • Spectroscopic Investigation of Yttrium in Certain Cape Granites, by Dr. J. S. van der Lingen, 298
  • Origin of Actinium, by Sir E. Rutherford, 298
  • Ionisation Electrometers, by B. T. G. Schonland, 298
  • British Association (South African Meet-ing)—continued.
  • Thermionic and Other Emissions of Electrons, in the Light of Quantum Mechanics, by R. H. Fowler, 298
  • X-Ray Analysis of Crystalline Sulphates, by Prof. A. Ogg, 299
  • The New Acoustics, by Prof. W. H. Eccles, 299
  • Mobility of Gaseous Ions, by Prof. A. M. Tyndall, 299
  • Fluorescence of Mercury Vapour, by Lord Rayleigh, 385
  • Quadruplet Structure of the Spark Spect-rum of Mercury, Hg. II, by Dr. S. M. Naude, 385
  • Atmospheric Ozone, by Prof. S. Chapman, 385
  • Recent Work on Mass Spectra, by Dr. F. W. Aston, 385
  • Discussion on AtoMic Nuclei, 385 Research Work of the National Physical
  • Laboratory, by Dr. E. Griffiths, 385 Raman Effect, by A. C. Menzies, 385 Meteorology in Application, by Sir G.
  • Walker, 385
  • Joint Discussion with Section B (Chem¬istry) on Chemical Analysis by X-Rays, 386
  • Spectra of Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen and Silicon, at Successive Stages of Ionisation, by Prof. A. Fowler, 534
  • Application of A. Fowler's Data to Astrophysical Problems, bye R. H. Fowler, 534
  • Colour Temperature of Early-Type Stars, by W. M. H. Greaves, 534
  • Solutions of Laplace's Equations, by Dr. D. Wrinch, 534
  • British Cast-iron Research Association, Report, 587 ; Work of 777
    • Columbig, Minister of Mines, Report, 179
    • Corporation of Shipping and Aircraft, Classification of Aircraft by, 178
  • — Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Need for Funds, 19 ' • Heat Transfer in Cable Ducts, 146 ; Report on International Steam Table Conference, 751. See LETTERS, 813, 840

— * — and Allied Manufacturers' Association, Annual Dinner, 714 ; Trade Survey, 732 — * Empire, Proposed Imperial Economic

  • Conference, 113
  • — — Trade Exhibition, Buenos Aires, 504, 657

— * Engine Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co., Provisional Rules for Welded Work, 351. See LETTER, 416

    • Engineering Standards Association. See Engineering Standards
    • Engineers' Association, Address on National Finance, by Sir G. Vyle, 680 ; Address by Sir L. Macassey, on State Control of Industry, 844

— * Gas Light Co., Hull, Water-Gas Manufac

  • ture Experiments, 722
  • — Isles, Rainfall over, 55
    • Navv. See H.M. under Warship
    • Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association ; Atmospheric-Corrosion Investigations, 358 ; Investigation of Locomotive Fire-box Stays and Plates, 369. See Erratum, 439 ; Investigation on Volume Changes during Solidification of Metals and Alloys, 659

— * Overseas Trade, Engineering Exports, 204 British Quadruplex, Ltd., Rotary Pump, 717* — Railways. See Railways

  • British Resistor Co., Ltd., Electric Heating Ap-pliances with Non-Metallic Elements, 814*

— * Roads, Improvements in, 121*, 155*. See 237 British Ropes, Ltd., Wire Rope Exhibits at Cardiff, 737 — * Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding — Shipping. See Shipping — * Steelwork Association, Inquiry into Struc¬tural Steelwork Design, 207

  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Westlake
  • Electric-Bulb Forming Machine, 154 ;*
  • Experiments on Bearings, 679, 683* — Trade. See Trade
  • — Waterworks Association, Portsmouth Meet¬ing Desirability of River Gaugings for Various Purposes, by E. A. S. Fawcett, 55 ; Extremes of Rainfall over British Isles, by Dr. J. G. Glasspoole, 55 ; Treat¬ment of the Portsmouth Water Supply, by E. V. Suckling, 55 ; Hydrology of the Portsmouth District, by D. H. Thomson, 55
  • Broadbent, R., (t Son, Ltd., Stone-Breaking and Screening Plant, 648
  • Brooke, J. W., Sz Co., Ltd., 18-ft. Standard Runabout Motor Boat, 333*
  • Brooke, R. G., the Late, 47
  • Broom & Wade, Ltd., Petrol-Driven Portable Air Compressor, 626*
  • Brouwer, Prof. G., Three-Cylinder Compound Uniflow Marine Engine, 465*. See LET¬TER, 507
  • Brown, Prof. E., on Utilisation of Low-Head Water Powers, 855
  • Brownlie, D., on Fuel Problems, 649
  • Browns' Dyers, Ltd., Electric Oil Heat-Storage System, 655
  • Bruff, H., on Electric Welding Applied to Struc-tures, 687*, 719*. See 711. LETTER, 781 Brunel, I. K., Work of, 607. See 599*
  • Nicht Supercharger, Diesel Engines, M.S., " Llangibby Castle," 715
  • Buck St Hickman, Ltd., Commutator-Mica Cutting Machine, 693* ; Commutator and Slip-Ring Grinding Machine, 792* Bucknall, E. IL, on Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 369. See Erratum, 439 Buckton, J., t Co., Ltd., Testing Machines at Forest Products Research Laboratory, 695*, 731*
  • Bucyrus Dragline Excavators, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 464*, 578*
  • Budgen, Dr. N. F., on Pinholes in Cast-Alu-minium Alloys, 452*. See 368
  • Buenos Aires, British Empire Trade Exhibi¬t tion, 504, 657
  • Buildings, Damage by Storms, 127
  • — Foundation Work and Mechanical Appli¬ances for (Review), 550
  • Buildings, Heat Insulation of, 582

— * Heating with Steam Radiators, 216 — * High-Tensile Alloy Steels for, 755 — * Legislation in Japan, 754

  • New York Life Insurnace Co., Foundations
  • for, 36*

— * Practice and Earthquakes in Japan, 754, — * Protection from Lightning, 236 — * Research Station, Report on Effect of Tem • * perature on Cements, Mortars and Con¬cretes, 235

  • Union Terminal, Cleveland, Ohio, Founda¬tions for, 37*

— * Warm-Air Furnaces and Heating Systems,30

  • Bulk Centrifuge (Super-Centrifugal Engineers,
  • Ltd.), 334*
  • Bulldog Single-Seater Aeroplane, 76*
  • Buoys, Light, for Navigation, 51
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States

— * of Standards. See United States

  • Burgess, Dr. G. K. on Precision Measurements of Length, 726
  • Burners, Paint, Electric, with Globar Heating
  • Elements, 815*

— * Pulverised-Coal, Experimental, 564 — * — Coal, Lopulco, Hams Hall Power Station, 663*

  • — — Fuel, Worcester Power Station, 43* Bussing Six-Wheeled Commercial Chassis, 196* Buxton Colliery Research Station, Extensions and Investigations, 766
  • Byrd, A. A., & Co., Tilting-Drum Concrete Mixer, 637*

C.

  • CABLE-PLOUGHING Engine, 150-h.p. Oil-Driven (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds),Ltd.), 702*

— * Tractor (Auto-Mower Engineering Co., Ltd.), 42* — * See also Wire Ropes and Electric

  • Cableway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Caisson and Air Lock, Ta Ling River Bridge,
  • Peipiao Extension. Peking-Mukden Rail
  • way, 429*

— * Ferro-Concrete, Welland Ship Canal Re

  • construction, 670*
  • — Floating, Dry Dock, Tilbury Docks, 397*

— * Foundation, Ferro-Concrete, Poughkeepsie Bridge, New York, Righting of, 66*

  • Caledonian Collieries, Ltd., Newcastle, N.S.W., Cockle Creek Power Station, 96
  • Calgary, Water Supply of, 737
  • Calibrating Instrument, Gauge (R. W. Munro & Co., Ltd.), 732*
  • Callendar, G. S., on Dead-Weight Gauge for High-Pressure Steam, 256*
  • Callendar, Prof. H. L. Researches on Proper¬ties of Steam, 29g ; on Critical Relations between Water and Steam, 595*. See LETTER, 813
  • " Calshott," Steam Tug and Passenger Tender, 587
  • Cambridge Conference, Association of Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, 380, 418
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Rotational Accelerometer, 260* ; CO2 Meter, 328*

— * University Engineering Students and the

  • Cunard Line, 126
  • Camera, Kinematographic, Ultra-Speed, for
  • Aeronautical Research, 853 - Campbell, M. (London), Ltd.,
  • 265-h.p. Eight
  • Cylinder Duesenberg Motor Car, 525*
  • Canada, Alberta Bituminous Sands, Use for Road Surfacing, 733, Centrifugal Separa-tion Process, 826

— * — Research in, Report, 733

    • British Columbia, Report of Minister of Mines, 178
    • Civil Aviation in, Report, 296
    • Electricity-Supply Statistics, 802
    • and Empire Developments, 411. See LETTER, 476
    • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Report, 145
    • and Proposed Imperial Economic Confer-ence, 113
    • Road-Making Plant in, 772
    • Threshers and Reapers in, 482*. See LETTERS, 536, 555, 619
  • — Water Power in Northern Manitoba, 15
  • — — Supply of Calgary, 737
  • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 7*, 101*, 129*, 191*, 365*, 462*, 577*, 668*, 697*, 763*, 832*
  • — Winnipeg Central Steam-Heating Plant, 609*
  • Canadian Engineering Standards Association, Specification for Steel Castings, 30 ; Work of, 178 ; Specifications for Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, 189
  • Canadian Furnace Co., Ore Dock, 763*, 832* —National Railways, Grain-Car Unloader at Port Arthur, 163*, 257*
  • — Pacific Railway, Snow Removal on, 653 ; S.S. " Empress of Japan," 806
  • Canal, Grosvenor, London, Reconstruction, 19 — and Railway Transports, 607
  • — Ship, Welland, Canada, Reconstruction, 7*, 101*, 129*, 191*, 365*, 462*, 577*, 668*, 697*, 763*, 832*

— * See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge
  • Capacity. See Electric
  • Cape Colony, Irrigation Schemes in, 280
  • — Town University, Engineering Training in,
  • 269, 275
  • Capital and Labour. See Labour
  • Capstan Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • -" Caracciolo," Italian Battleship, Dimensions
  • and Performance, 541*, 571*
  • Carbon-Dioxide Analyser, Motor-Driven (Electroflo Meters Co., Ltd.), 348
  • -- Meter (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 338*
  • — Recorder, Ranarex, 202 •

— * Effect on High Elastic-Limit Steel, 383, 483

  • — Ionised, Spectra of, 534
  • — Monoxide in Exhaust from Ethyl Petrol, 543
  • Carbonisation of Durham Coal, Report, 722
  • Carbonisation, Technology and Engineering (Review), 35
  • Carburetted Water Gas. See Gas
  • Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Card Timber-Preservation Process, 798
  • Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 736
  • Cargo Salvage from S.S. " Western Knight," 539*
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Carothers, S. D., On Concreting a Reinforced
  • Concrete Beam and Theory of Corrosion in
  • Steel Reinforcing Bars, 725
  • Carrier-Ring Flexible Coupling (Power Plant
  • Co., Ltd.), 557*
  • Cars, Box, Grain-Carrying, Unloading Machine, for, 163*, 257*
  • — Metal-Mixer, 125-Ton (Pearson & Knowles
  • Coal and Iron Co., Ltd.), 537*
  • — Motor. See Motor Cars
  • Case Hardening. See Heat Treatment under
  • Metallurgy
  • Cassegrain Telescope, 36-in., Edinburgh Observatory, 288*. 371*, 431*, 488* Cast-Irons, Engineering, and Their Properties,
  • 776
  • — — Pipes, Earthquake-Proof Socket Joint for, 754
  • — Research Association. See British Castings, Steel, Canadian Standard Specifica¬tion, 30
  • Castle Sine-Wave Alternators for Meter Test-ing, 230*
  • Castor Radial Aero Engine, 132*
  • Catalogues, 30, 62, 96, 120, 157, 188, 217, 247,
  • 280, 307, 394, 424, 454, 484, 514, 575, 604, 660, 693, 826. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cato Ridge-Clairwood Deviation, South African Railways, 784
  • Cauveri Metur Dam, Cost of, 259
  • Cavitation and Vibration of Turbine Draught Tube, 855
  • Cavities, Shrinkage, Reduction by Vacuum Melting, 368, 512*
  • Cells. See Electric
  • Celluloid Model, Ferro-Concrete Bridge, Deter¬mination of Stresses in, 710
  • — — Yadkin River Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Tests by Beggs Deformeter, 281*, 311*
  • Cement, Canadian Standard Specification, 189 — Dust, Nuisance from 300
  • — Effect of Temperature on, Report, 235 — Industry, Japanese, 755
  • — Mixtures, Tensile Autogenous Healing, 450* — Portland, Crystal Pressure in, 399
  • — — Manufacture and Pioperties, 725
    • Thermal Inefficiency of Rotary Kilns, 447
    • See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX Cementation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Centenary Exhibition, Rainhill Locomotive Trials, Science Museum, South Kensington, 52*
  • — of King's College, London, 563
  • — Liverpool-Manchester Railway, 825
  • Central Electricity Board, Establishment of, 147 ; Opposition to Overhead Trans¬mission Lines, 267
    • Scotland Electricity Scheme, Transformer-Oil Filtering Plant, 422*
    • Station. See Power Station
    • Station. See Power Station
  • Centrifugal Oil Separator (Super-Centrifugal
  • Engineers, Ltd.), 334*

— * Pumps. See Pumps — * Separation Process, Bituminous Sands,

  • Alberta, 826
  • Centrifuge, Bulk (Super-Centrifugal Engineers,
  • Ltd.), 334*
  • Centring, Timber, Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge,
  • Elorn River, Finisteae, 485*
  • Ceramic Industries, Fuel Utilisation in, 582

— * Society, American, Effect of Typical Slags on Firebricks, by E. Grigsby, 168

  • — — Refractory-Materials Section, London Meeting, Programme, 293 ; Drying Clay Goods, by G. Lavelle, 447 ; Hot Patching, by H. Pardoe, 447 ; Thermal Inefficiency of the Cement Rotary Kiln, by Dr. G. Martin, 447 ; Molybdenum-Wire Wound Furnaces, by Dr. C. Sykes, 448 ; Micro¬structure of West of England Silica Bricks, by J. M. Coon, 448 ; Effect of Non-Plastics (Grog) on Shrinkage and Porosity of Fireclay, by S. R. Hind and F. Wheeler, 448
  • Chains, Mooring, for Lightships, 52

— * Track Tractor. See Tractor

  • Chamber of Shipping, Report on Port Facilities in Great Britain, 810
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details Channel and Kerb Machine, Concrete (Winget, Ltd.), 634*

— * and Pipes, Fluid Flow in, 69*, 98*, 131* Channelling Machine, Sullivan, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 130*

  • Chapman, Prof. S., on Atmospheric Ozone, 385 Charging Plugs and Sockets, Standard Speci-fication, 782
  • Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 114, 145 C'harnock, Prof. G. F., on Bearings for Line-Shafting, 801*, 836*. See 811
  • Charnock, Prof. G. F., the Late, 684
  • Chart for Leakage Loss in Labyrinth Packing, 65*
  • Chaseside Engineering Co., Motor-Operated Portable Shovel, 644*
  • Chatley, Dr. H., on Dredging in the Whangpoo River and Yangtze Estuary, 754
  • Chattock, R. A., Hams Hall Power Station,
  • 545*, 663*, 759*, 793*, 829*. See 597 Chelsea Polytechnic, Metallurgy Courses, 358 Cheltenham Sewage Purification Works, Gas
  • Liquor Treatment, 722
  • Chemical Analysis by X-Rays, 386

— * Composition and Metallurgical Research, 392 — * Constitution and Crystal Structure, 95 Engineers, Institution of, Fabrication of Acid-Resisting Steel Plant, by Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 567 ; .Associate Membership Examination, 624 ; Memorandum on Training of a Chemical Engineer, 624 — and Physical Survey, National Coal Re¬sources, 778

  • — Plants. Acid-Resisting Steel for, 567 Chemistry, Atomic Weight of Phosphorus, 385
  • Chemistry of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Chepstow Bridge, Great Western Railway, 608 Chevenard Differential Dilatometer, Improved, 424*. See 354
  • Chevenard, Prof. P. A., on Dilatometric Study
  • of Univariant Two-Phase Reactions, 354 Chilean Navy, Destroyers for, 274 ; Submarine
  • Depot Ship " Araucano," 535
  • China, Peking-Mukden Railway, Peipiao Extension, 402*, 427*
  • Chlorination Plant, Portsmouth Water Supply, 55
  • Chlorine Treatment of Aluminium Alloys, 454 Chorlton, A. E. L., on Oil-Elpctric Locomotives, 791
  • Cierva Autogiro Light Land Plane 136* Cinematograph. See Kinernatograph
  • Circular Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools Circulating Pumps. See Pumps
  • Cirrus Aero Engines, Ltd., 95-h.p. Mark III Aero Engine and 115-h.p. Hermes Areo Engine, 77
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Report, 110
  • " City of Hong Kong," S.S., Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Electric Propulsion, 622
  • " City of Ottawa " Aeroplane, Accident to, Air Ministry Report, 81
  • " City of Saginaw 31," S.S., Turbo-Electric Train Ferry, 855
  • City of Winnipeg Hydro-Electric System, Steam Power Station and Heating Plant., 609*
  • Civil Engineering Department, Cape Town University, 269, 276
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of :
  • Presentation of Kevlin Medal to A. Blondel, 46, 529 597
  • Conversazione, Demonstration of Corrosion of Metal by Flowing Water, by
  • Major J. N. D. Heenan, 59*
  • Report of Committee on Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 239
  • Presidential Address, by W. W. Grierson, on Transport Problems, 607. See 599*
  • Experimental Methods of Determining Stresses in Framework, by Prof. E. G. Coker, 710
  • H. M. Dockyard, Devonport, Widening of No. 5 Basin Entrance, by G. S. Jacob, 747
  • Reconstruction of Graving-Dock Entrance with Single-Leaf Gate at Hebburn
  • on-Tyne, by J. Mitchell, 747
  • Clark, J. E., on Floral Isophenes and Isakairs, 846
  • Clark, L. E., the Late, 117
  • Clarke, R. E., the Late, 476
  • Claude Process, Utilising Thermal Energy of Sea, 612
  • Clay, Behaviour under Pressure, 444. See LETTERS, 476, 507
  • —• Fire. See Firebricks ; Refractory Materials — Goods, Drying, 447
  • — Wall, Eildon Dam, Victoria, Australia, Sub
  • sidence of, 444*. See LETTERS, 476, 507 Clean Coal Co., Ltd., Gravity Coal-Cleaning
  • Plant, 705*
  • Cleaning Coal, Gravity Plant (Clean Coal Co., Ltd.), 705*
  • — Investigations, Fuel Research Station, 780

— * — Methods of, 574, 844 — * of Japanese Coals, 820

  • Clearance, Oil, in Bearings, 801*
  • Cleveland Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

— * and the Northern Counties, Notes from, 14, 46, 79, 110, 141, 172, 202, 233, 264, 292, 324, 379, 408, 438, 468, 498, 528, 558, 590, 622, 676, 708, 740, 772, 807. See PARAGRAPH INDEX — * Ohio, Union Terminal Building, Foundations

  • for, 37*
  • Climate. See Meteorology
  • Climax-Hay Dust Trap for Mines, 736
  • Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works,
  • Ltd., Drill-Sharpening Machine, 625* Clock, Driving, 36-in. Reflecting Telescope,
  • Edinburgh Observatory, 290*, 431* Cloudburst System, Superhardening of Hard
  • Steels, 384, 569*
  • Clutch, Free-Wheel, Gerard, 434

— * Pitter, for Excavator, 186* — * See also Motor-Car Details

  • CO2. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coal, Alberta, Chemical Survey of, 733

— * Ash, Fusion Point of, 543* — * Carbonisation Plant, Maclaurin, Tests, 250* — — Technology and Engineering (Review), 35 — * Cleaning Investigations, Fuel Research

  • Station, 780
  • — — Methods of, 574, 844
  • — — Plant, Gravity (Clean Coal Co., Ltd.), 705*

— * Conveying, Underground, in British Mines, Report, 114

    • Distillation Plant, Dunston Power Station, 649
    • Durham, Carbonisation of, Report, 722
    • Dust Explosions, Investigations at Buxton
  • Colliery Research Gallery, 766
  • — — Explosion, Laboratory Apparatus, 63
    • Economy. See also Fuel Economy ; Pul-verised Coal
    • Estimates of World Resources, 205
    • Gas. See Gas
    • Handling Plant in Boiler Houses, 821 — Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*
    • — Plant, Winnipeg Central Steam-Heating Plant, 609*
    • Hydrogenation of, Fuel Research Station Investigations, 780
    • Illinois, 249
    • Industry, United States, 820
    • Iron and Steel iu Europe, 465
    • Japanese, Cleaning of, 820 — — Hydrogenation of, 820
    • Low-Temperature Carbonisation, Investiga-tions at, Fuel Research Station, 779
    • — Temperature Distillation Plant, Dunston Power Station, 849
    • Mine. See Colliery
    • Physical Examination of, 844
  • Coal, Production in Poland, 697

— * Pulverised. See Pulveri.ed Coal

    • Resources, Physical and Chemical Survey, 778
    • Rkutgen-Ray Examination of, 779
    • Transport and Economics of Electricity Supply, 183*
  • — Wagon, Side-Discharging, 40-Ton, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 848*
  • -- Western Australian, Production of, 475

— * See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Coalescence of Pearlite in Steel, 384
  • Coasting and Overseas Trade and Port Facili
  • ties, 810
  • Cobra Timber-Preservation Process, 799
  • Cockle Creek Power Station, New South Wales,
  • 96
  • " Codrington," H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 203
  • Cofferdams, Timber Crib, Conowingo Hydro
  • Electric Scheme, 517*
  • — Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 11*,
  • 192*, 367* 700*
  • Coke and Gas Industries, Position of, 564
  • — Metallurgical, Investigations on, Fuel
  • Research Board, 779
  • — — Reactivity of, 236
  • Oven Gas in Industry, 581

— * — Gas in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 249 Coker, Prof. E. G., on Determining Stresses in Framework, 710

  • Coking, Low-Temperature, of Coal. See Coal — Stoker. See Stoker
  • Colburn Process, Sheet-Glass Manufacture, 304* Cold-Drawing Steel Wire, Effects of, 362

— * Rolling Mill, Sheffield University Research

  • Laboratory, 729*. See 54
  • — — Mills, Tests of, Stourbridge Rolling Mills,
  • 730
  • — Storage. See Refrigeration
  • — Working of Steel, Laboratory for, Sheffield
  • University, 54. See 729*
  • Coleman & Sons, Ltd. Road-Maintenance
  • Machine, 633* • Sectional Road Roller,
  • 634* ; Road-Gritting Machines, 634*
  • College. See Education
  • Collier, H., & Sons, Ltd., 16-h.p. Two-Cylinder
  • Motor Cycle, 747
  • Collieries, Australian, Central Power Station
  • for, 96
  • — Belgian, French and German, Electricity
  • Regulations in, 285
  • — British, Underground Coal Conveying in,
  • Report, 114
  • — Coal-Mine Ventilation in the United States,
  • 302
  • — Compressed-Air Gobbing Packer, 497
  • — Electricity Applied to Mining (Review). 212
  • — — in, Report, 712
  • — Explosives used in, 547
  • — Mining Subsidence (Review), 224

— * Safety in Mines Research Board, Report

  • on Work, 766
  • — South Wales, Machinery in, 736
  • — Underground Lighting 'Fittings, Standard
  • Specifications, 726
  • — United States, Electricity in, 821
  • — Winding Ropes, Electromagnetic Tester for,
  • 115
  • Colliery, Aldridge, Explosion of Egg-Ended Cylindrical Boiler, 826
  • — and Field Surveying (Review), 181 Grimethorpe, Switchboard Accident in, 712

— * Hatfield Main, Doncaster, Electromagnetic Tester for Winding Ropes at, 116

  • — Research Station, Buxton, Extensions and Investigations, 766
  • — Switchgear, Blowing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 543
  • — Yniscedwyn, Gravity Coal-Cleaning Plant, 706*

— * See also Mines and Coal

  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloidal Conditioning Process, Feed Water (H. Lauritzen), 737
  • Colonial Transport and Empire Marketing Board, 198. See 237
  • Colours, Identification, for Engine-Room Piping, Specification, 55
  • — Temperature, Early Type Stars, 534 Columbus Quay, Bremerhaven, Reconstruc¬tion, 159*
  • Columns and Beams, Strength of, Hodgkin
  • son's Investigations, 57 Combustion-Efficiency Meter (G. Kent, Ltd.)
  • 339*

— * Physics of, 845

  • — See also Fuel ; Gases
  • Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor Cars. See Motor
  • — Motor Vehicle Exhibition, Olympia, 582*,
  • 616*. See 593 ,
  • Commerce and Industry, Association for Edu
  • cation in, Conference, 18

— * See also Trade ; and Industries and Com-merce in PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Commission, International Electrochemical, Standard Specifications for Steam Tur¬bines, 53

— * Royal. See Royal Commission

  • Committee, Advisory, on Water, Report on
  • Waterworks Operation, 532
  • — Anglo-Russian, Delegation Report, 594
  • — Bridge Stress, Report, 118*, 241, 507*
  • — Engineering Standards. See Engineering
  • and Standards
  • — on Industry and Trade, Final Report, 713
  • — on Mineral Transport, Report on Railway
  • Wagons, 594
  • Commonwealth. See Australia
  • Commutator-Mica Cutting Machine (Buck &
  • Hickman, Ltd.) 693*

— * Grinding Machine (Buck & Hickman, Ltd.), 792*

  • , Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Company Law, The New (Review), 225 Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives Compressed-Air Brake and Door-Operating
  • Gear for Passenger Vehicles (G. D. Peters
  • & Co., Ltd.), 187*
    • Gobbing Packer for Collieries (Demag A.-G.), 497
    • — Meters, Rand Mines Supply System, 511
    • — Supply on the Rand, 479*, 510*. See 270
    • — Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Compressed-Air Transmission, Diesel-Engine Locomotive, German State Railways, 748* — Windlass (Reavell & Co., Ltd.), 347*

— * See also Pneumatic

  • Compression Ratio, Highest Useful, in Petrol
  • Engines, 219*, 272*. See LETTER 380 Compressor, Air. See Air Compres8or Conciliation in Labour Disputes. See Labour
  • and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Concrete-Arch Bridges, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukdeu Railway, 427*
    • Autogenous Healing of, 450*
    • Canadian Standard Specification, 189
    • Cooling Towers, Western Electric Co.' 807
    • Culverts, Brick-Lined, Portishead Power Station, 654
    • Dam, Gravity Type, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 515*,551*
  • — — Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, Sweden, 221*, 286*
    • Effects of Mixing on Compression Strength, 755
    • — of Re-Mixing, 399
      • — of Temperature on, Report, 235
    • Endurance in Sea Water, 399
    • Experience with in United States, 398. See LETTER, 619
    • Flag Stones, Standard Specification, 309
    • Flow under Load, 725
    • Institute, American, Detroit Conference, 398. See LETTER 619
    • Kerb and Channel Machine (Winget, Ltd.), 634*
    • Mast Bases, Electrolysis of, Natal Railway Overhead Transmission Lines, 785
    • Mixer, 10-cub. ft. Double-Arm Type (F.
  • Parker, Ltd.), 632*
  • — — Tilting-Drum (A. A. Byrd & Co.), 637*
  • — Tilting-Drum (Ransomes & Rapier, Ltd.),
  • 636*
  • — — Trough (Winget, Ltd.), 634*
  • — — with Winch (Stothert & Pitt, Ltd.), 640*

— * Monoliths, Tilbury Docks Improvements,

  • 395*
  • — — Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 192*
    • Plain (Review), 181
    • Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete
    • Roads, Behaviour of, 743
    • and Rubble Retaining Wall, New York Life Insurance Building Foundations, 37*
    • Slab Protection, Welland Ship Canal Recon-struction, 191*, 366*, 578*, 698
    • Structures, Experience with in United States, 398. See LETTER 619
    • See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Concreting a Ferro-Concrete Beam, 725
    • Plant, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 518*
    • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 101*, 129*, 834*
  • Condensate-Extraction Pump (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 343* Condensers, Surface, Marine, Invention of, 284

— * Tubes, Chromium-Plated Brass, Heat Transmission through, 5 — * See also Electric

  • Condensing Plant, Air Ejector, Two-Stage (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 343*
  • — — Hams Hall Power Station, 760*
    • Surface, and Feed-Heating Plants, 854 Conductivity, Thermal and Electrical, of Alloys, 146
    • of Sulphur, 346
    • See also Electric
  • Conference, Cambridge, Association of Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, 380, 416

— * on Highway Engineering, Uaited States, 650

    • Imperial Economic, Proposed, and Empire Trade, 113
    • International Lighthouse, 50, 82
    • International Steam Table, 751. See LETTEnS 813, 840
    • on Municipal Airports, 598
  • — World Power. See World Power Conference Congress, World Engineering, in Japan. See Engineering Congress
  • Connor, C. A., on Correlation of Fatigue and Overstress, 605*, 661*
  • Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 515*, 551*, 613*. See 822
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal ; Fuel ; Pulverised Coal
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Annual Dinner, 681
  • Container Dust-Collecting Equipment (Shel-yoke et. Drewry, Ltd.), 638*
  • Contraction Joints, Dam, Conowingo Hydro Electric Scheme, 517*
  • Control Apparatus, Mannheim 1,500-1h. Pres-sure Steam Plant, 314*

— * Gear, 36-in. Reflecting Telescope, Edinburgh Observatory, 432* — * Room, Load-Despatching System, London Power Co., 804* — * System, Supervisory, 823

  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Convention, International, Safety of Life at
  • Sea, 50
  • Conveying, Coal, Underground, in British
  • Mines, Report, 114
  • Conveyors, Coal-Handling Plant, Hams Hall
  • Power Station, 545*
  • Cooke, Prof. L. H., the Late, 274
  • Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd., Tavistock
  • Theodolite, 736
  • Cooler, Air, for Turbo-Alternator, Hams Hall
  • Station, 794*
  • Cooling Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy

— * Towers, Concrete, Western Electric Co., 807 — — Ferro-Concrete, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*, 759

  • — — Stoke-on-Trent Power Station, 600 Coon, J. M., on Microstructure of Silica Bricks, 448
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass ; Bronze ; Gun¬metal ; and Alloys under Metallurgy

— * Corrosion in Open Air, 354

  • — Firebox Stays and Plates, Locomotive Boilers,
  • Investigations, 369. See Erratum 439
  • — Metallurgy in Japan, 824
  • Moulds, Water-Cooled, 368, 512*

— * Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

  • Copper. See also Metallurgy
  • Corbellini, G., on Improvements in Italian
  • Locomotives, 791
  • Cork-Sealed Piston Ring Co., Piston Ring, 30*
  • Cormac, P., On Dynamically-Balanced Crank
  • shafts, 458
  • Corn Sheller, All-Metal (R. Garrett & Sons,
  • Ltd.), 41*
  • Cornish Boiler, Explosion of, 32
  • Corrosion of Aluminium, 353
    • Atmospheric, Metals and Alloys, 358 of Copper in Open Air, 354
    • Electrolytic, of Underground Cable, 823
  • — and Fatigue, 119
  • — in Ferro-Concrete, 399, 725
    • and Heat-Resisting Steel, 768
    • Iron and Steel, at Colombo and Plymouth, 239*
    • Lanoline Rust Preventers, 32
    • of Metal by Flowing Water, 59* — and Oxygen, Experiments on, 190*
    • Sea Water, of Metals and Alloys, 239* Comical Physics, Problems of, 298 Cotton-Spinning Mills, Accident Prevention in,
  • Report, 269
  • Coupler, Automatic, Railway Rolling Stock, The B.A.W., 350*
  • Coupling, Flexible, Carrier-Ring Type (Power Plant Co. Ltd.), 557*
    • Steel-Shaw, 689*
    • See also Clutch
  • Cox & Danks, Ltd., Salvage Operations at Scapa Flow. 782
  • Cracks in Ship's Plating, Causes and Remedies, 245*, 356*. See 20
  • Cranes, Gantry, Gate-Operating, Con owingo
  • Hydro-Electric Scheme, 551* Crankshafts, Dynamically-Balanced, for Two
  • Stroke Engines, 458

— * Multi-Throw, Critical Speeds of, 827*

  • — Stiffness of, 548*
  • Creep of Nickel-Chromium Alloys at High
  • Temperatures, 355, 422*

— * Stress, Limiting, Change with Temperature,

  • 824
  • — Limiting, Steels for Boiler and Super
  • heater Construction, 156*
  • — — at High Temperatures, 803
  • Creosote, Use in Water-Gas Manufacture,
  • Report, 722
  • Crib, Ferro-Concrete, Ore Dock for Canadian
  • Furnace Co., Port Colborne, 833
  • Critical Points, Metals. See Metallurgy

— * Relations between Water and Steam, 595*.

  • See LETTER 813
  • Cross-Channel Aeroplane " City of Ottawa,"
  • Accident to,.Report, 81
  • Crossings, Railway, Repair by Electric
  • Welding, 719*
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 137-h.p. Oil-Engine
  • Driven Generating Set, 340*
  • Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crusher, Stone (Patent Lightning Crusher Co.,
  • Ltd.), 631*
  • Crushing Plant, Rock, Welland Ship Canal
  • Reconstruction, 194*

— * Rolls, Fine (Goodwin, Barsby & Co., Ltd.), 632*

  • Crystals, Ice, Rontgen-Ray Analysis of, 596*

— * Palace School of Engineering, Distribution of Certificates, 841 — * Pressure in Portland Cement, 399 — * Structure and Chemical Constitution, 95 Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Metallo-graphy ; Microphotographs

    • and Self-Healing of Cement Mixtures, 450*
    • Sulphates. Röntgen-Ray Analysis of, 299 Crystallisation of Gold from Liquid State, 355 in Steel Ingots, 383, 816*, 851*
  • Cullen, Dr. W., on Mining Explosives, 547 Culverts, Concrete, Brick-Lined, Portishead Power Station, 654
    • Entrance Lock, Tilbury Docks Improve¬ments, 396*
    • Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 402*
    • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 9*, 101, 194*, 462*, 577
  • Cunard Line and Cambridge University Engi-neering Students, 126
  • Cunningham, Dr. B., on Port Improvements at Bremerhaven and Bremen, 159* Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Customs Delays and Overseas Trade, 507 Cutlery, Sheffield, History of, 175
  • Cutting Machine, Oxygen-Jet (Godfrey Engi-neering Co., Ltd.), 407* ; (Premier Steel Tube Co., Ltd.), 753*
    • Tools, Application of Kinematography, 821 Cutty Sark Seaplane, 102*
  • Cycle and Motor-Cycle Exhibition, Olympia, 746
    • Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • Cylinders, Strength under External Pressure,
  • 787
    • Welded, for High Pressures and Tempera¬tures, 855
  • D.
  • D'ACRES. R.. Book on Pumping, 716
  • Daimler Co., Ltd., 24.8-70 h.p. Motor Car with
  • Sleeve-Valve Engine, 491*
  • Dal River, Sweden, Forshuvudforsen Hydro
  • Electric Power Plant, 375*
  • Dale, A. J., Fuel Utilisation in Ceramic Indus
  • tries, 582
  • Dalmarnock Gas Works, Maclaurin Carbonisa
  • tion Plant, Tests, 250'
  • Dalton, J., Researches of, 25
  • Dam, Assouan, Sluice-Discharge Measurements
  • at, 415'. See LETTER, 845*
    • Sluices, Report on Calibration, 119*
    • Bhatgar, India, Stability of, 600
    • Concrete, Gravity Type, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 515*, 551*
    • Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power
  • Plant, Sweden, 221*, 286*
  • -- Construction, Safety in, 789
  • -- Cost of, 259
  • Dam Eildon, Victoria, Australia, Failure of, 444*. See LETTERS, 476, 607
    • Masonry, Earthquake Construction of, 855
    • Metur, Madras, Cost of, 259
    • Needle, Movable, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 222*
    • Structures in South Africa, 280
    • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 7*,
  • 193*, 462, 677
  • Daniell, 0. C.,
  • the Late, 378
  • Danish. See Denmark
  • Danner Glass-Tube Machine, 277*
  • Darling, J. W., the Late, 141
  • Dartmouth Meeting, Newcomen Society. See
  • _Newcomen Society
  • Davenport Engineering Co., Ltd., Cooling
  • Tower, Stoke-on-Trent Power Station, 600
  • Davidson & Co., Ltd., Fan Equipment, Hams
  • Hall Power Station, 663*
  • Davies, D. E. L., on Road Transport Problems
  • in South Africa, 243*. See 237
  • Davies, S. J., on Flow in Pipes and Channels,
  • 69* 98**, 131*
  • De-Aerator, Feed-Water (G. & 3. Weir, Ltd.),
  • 275*
  • De Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., Gipsy-Moth
  • Amphibian Aeroplane, 74* ; Hawk Moth
  • Four-Seater Monoplane, 106* ; 100-h.p.
  • Gipsy Aero Engine, 106*
  • De Leeuw, A. L., on Hydraulic Feeds for
  • Machine Tools, 821
  • Decoration of Engineering Structures, 381.
  • See LETTERS 417, 845
  • Deflections and Stresses in Pipe Bends, 787

— * Torsional, Motor-Car Engine Crankshafts, 648*

  • Deformeter Tests, Beggs, Yadkin River Bridge, 281*' 311*
  • Del Mar, W. A., on High-Tension Cable Design in America, 724
  • Delco Petrol Engine, Experiments on Detona¬tion, 272*. See LETTER 386
  • Demag A.-G., Compressed-Air Gobbing Packer, 497
  • Denison, S., & Sons, Ltd., Testing Machines at Forest Products Research Laboratory, 695*,
  • 732*
  • Denmark, Economic Conditions in, Report, 177 Dental Alloys, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 86
  • Deppeler, J. II., on Thermit Welding and the Steel Mill, 803
  • Desoutter Aircraft Co., Ltd., Three-Seater Aeroplane, 105*
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Detonation in Internal-Combustion Engines, Measurement of, 219*, 272*. See LETTER 386
  • Detroit Conference, American Concrete Insti¬tute, 398. See LETTER 619
    • River Suspension Bridge, 653
  • Devonport Dockyard, Widening of Basin Entrance, 747
  • Devonshire Association, Joint Meeting with
  • Newcomen Society, 84 ; Presidential Ad
  • dress by Dr. G. P. Bidder, on The Sea, 146 Dexter, Kansas, Helium-Extraction Plant, 251 Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator
    • Metal-Price. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Torque and Horse-Power, Morris Marine Motor, 329*
  • Diepschlag, Prof. E. on Electrical Conductivity of Refractory Materials, 385
  • Diesel Engine Users' Association, Engineering Cast-Irons and their Properties, by J. G. Pearce, 776
  • — — See Engines, Oil, Diesel ; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Differential Gear. See Gear ; Motor-Car Details Digging Machine. See Excavating Machine Dilatometer, Differential, Improved Chevenard,
  • 424*. See 354
  • Dilatometric Study of Univariant Two-Phase Reactions, 354
  • Dircks, A. A., the Late, 520
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX Discharge over Rectangular Weirs, 855
  • " Discovery II," Research Steamer, Launch, 598
  • Diseases, Relation to Irrigation, 503
  • Dished End Drums, Strength of, 1*. See LETTERS 417, 555
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour
  • Ditching Machine, 80-h.p. (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 248*
  • Dividing Head, Optical (C. Zeiss), 509*
  • Dixon, Engr. Vice-Admiral Sir R. B., on
  • Developments in Marine Engineering, 809 Dobson, Dr. J. H., on Mine Atmospheres, 602 Docks, Bremerhaven, Improvements at, 159* — Dry and Floating, Pumping Machinery, 652 — — Friction Tests of Keel-Block Wedges,
  • National Physical Laboratory, 4
  • — — Reconstruction of Entrance, Hebburn-on-Tyne, 747

— * — Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*.

  • See 443
  • — Floating, for Falkland Islands 653

— * Gate, Horizontal Single-Leaf, for Dry Dock, Hebburn-on-Tyne, 747 — * Ore, Canadian Furnace Co., 763*, 832*

  • — Tilbury, Improvements, 395*. See 443
  • . Docking of Ships, Leading-In Girder for, 398* Dockyard, Devonport, Widening of Basin Entrance, 747
  • Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd.,Unloading Machine for Grain Cars, 163*, 57*
  • Doncaster, Hatfield Main Colliery, Electro-magnetic Tester for Winding Ropes, 116
  • Donkin, S. B., on Alternative Methods of Power Generation, 612 ; on Steam-Genera¬ting Plant for Power Stations, 854
  • Door-Opening Gear Grain-Car Unloader, 257*

— * Operating Mechanism, Compressed-Air, for Passenger Vehicles, 137*

  • Dopes, Anti-Knock, Effect on Detonation, 219*, 272*. See LETTER 386
  • Dorman, Long ct Co., Ltd., Belt Railway Bridge, South Africa, 298
  • Dorman, W. H. & Co., Ltd., 28-h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Motor, 330 ; 10-kw. Electric-Lighting Set, 340*
  • Dornier Do. X. Seaplane, 686*
  • Downing, P. M., on High-Voltage Inter-connection in the United States, 724
  • Doxford, W., and Sons, Ltd., Three-Cylinder Opposed-Piston Marine Oil Engine, 308*. See LETTERS, 417
  • Dragline Excavators, Bucyrus, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 464*, 578*
  • Draught, Breadth and Initial Stability of Ships, 414

— * Tube, Turbine, Cavitation and Vibration of, 855

  • Drawing-Boards, Tilting Attachment for, 657* — an Ellipse, 677*

— * Engineering (Review), 505

  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.,
  • Low-Pressure Regulator 345*
  • Dredgers, Hydraulic. Welland Ship Canal
  • Reconstruction, 366*, 463*, 578*, 698

— * Suction, Trailing, for Argentine Govern¬ment, 737*

  • Dredging in Whangpoo River and Yangtze Estuary, 764
  • Drewry Car Co. Ltd., Petrol-Driven Locomo
  • tive for Raft-Transporting Wagon, 436* Drill-Boat Equipment, Ore Dock Construction,
  • Canadian Furnace Co., 833

— * and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools Drilling, Rock, Dust Trap for Mines, 736 — * — Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 764* Drums, Boiler, Stresses in, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 252

  • — — and Superheater, Strength at High Temperatures, 156*
  • — — Welded, Cost of, 351. See LETTER, 416
    • Soaking, Steel, for 800-lb. Pressure, 803
    • Steam and Water, Strength of Dished Ends, 1*. See LETTERS, 417, 555
  • — Welded, High Pressures and Temperatures, 855
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Drying Cylinder, Electrically-Heated (Lang Bridge, Ltd.), 655
  • — Kilns, Timber, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 488*, 797*
  • Dunic Steel for Locomotive Firebox Stays, 438 Dunston Electric Power Station, Coal Distilla-tion Plant, 649
  • Duralumin, Age-Hardening of, 353
  • Durham Coal, Carbonisation of, Report, 722 Misseldorf Meeting, Institute of Metals. See Metals, Institute of
  • Dust Cart, Low-Loading (Tuke k Bell, Ltd.), 638*
    • Cement, Nuisance from, 300
    • Coal, Explosions of. See Coal Dust — See also Pulverised Coal
    • Collecting Equipment, Container Type (Shelvoke & Drewry, Ltd.), 638*
    • Siliceous, Control in Witwatersrand Gold Mines, 603
    • Trap for Mines, Climax-Hay, 736
  • Dutch Navy, Destroyers for, 265
  • Dynamic Balancing Machine, Suyehiro,
  • Mitsubishi Works, 864
  • Dynamometer, Drill-Press (A. J. Amsler
  • Co.), 291*

— * See also Brake ; Torsion Meter

  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric : Turbo
  • Generators
  • Dyson, R. A. & Co., Ltd., 110-ton Double
  • Bogie Trailer, 619*
  • E.
  • EARTHING Neutrals, Overhead Power-Trans-mission Lines, 412
  • Earthquakes and Building Practice in Japan, 754
    • Construction of Masonry Dams, 855
    • Prevention of Damage to Engineering Structures by, 754
    • Proof Socket Joint for Water Mains, 754 Eberle, Prof. C., the Late, 737
  • Eberswalde, Aron-Hirsch Works, Electric Furnaces at, 389*
  • Eccles, Prof. W. H., on the New Acoustics, 299 Eckersley, T. L., on Investigations of Short Waves, 90, 823
  • Economic Conference, Proposed Imperial, and Empire Trade, 113
  • Economics of Electric Power Supply, 183*
    • Engineering (Review), 370
    • Industrial. See Labour
    • Railway. See Railway
  • — of Transport, 501
  • Economiser Tube, Cast-Iron, Failure of, 172,
  • 321
  • — Kempton Park Pumping Station (E. Green
  • & Son, Ltd.), 425*
  • — Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant,
  • 254*
  • Economy, Fuel. See Fuel Economy
  • Eddystone Lighthouse, Smeaton's Work on, 82
  • Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt College, Retirement
  • of Prof. R. Stanfield, 47, 537 ; Calendar, 418

— * Observatory, 36-in. Reflecting Telescope

  • for, 288*, 371*, 431*, 488*
  • Edison Celebrations in United States, 567
  • Education :
  • Board of Education, List of Technical Institutions, 203 ; Report on Science Museum, South Kensington, 701 ; Report on Education for Salesman¬ship, 713
  • Bradford Technical College, Prospectus, 182 Bristol University ; Prospectus of Engi¬neering Faculty, 110
  • Cambridge University Engineering Stu
  • dents and the Cunard Line, 126 Cape Town University, Engineering Train
  • ing in, 269, 276
  • Chelsea Polytechnic, Metallurgy Courses, 358
  • Chemical Engineers, Institution of, Asso¬ciate Membership Examination, 624 ; Memorandum on Training of a Chemical Engineer, 624
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Report, 110
  • Commerce and Industry, Association for
  • Education in, Conference, 18
  • Crystal Palace School or Engineering, Distribution of Certificates, 841
  • Education--continued.
  • Cunard Line and Cambridge University Engineering Students, 126
  • Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt College, Retire¬ment of Prof. R. Stanfield, 47, 537 ; Calendar, 418
  • Education for Salesmanship, Board of Education Report, 713
  • Glasgow, Royal Technical College, Calen-dar, 388
  • Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh, Retire¬ment of Prof. R. Stanfield, 47, 537 ; Calendar, 418
  • Imperial College, Department of Aero-nautics, Syllabus, 418
  • Industry and Commerce, Association for
  • Education in, Conference, 18
  • King's College, London, Centenary Appel'? and Work of Engineering Depart¬ment, 563
  • Lloyd's Register Scholarship, Institute of Marine Engineers, 110
  • London County Council, Lectures for Teachers, Handbook, 292 ; Tech¬nical Training Centres, 388
  • Manchester College of Technology, Pros-pectus, 264
  • Marine Engineers, Institute of, Student Graduates Examination and Lloyd's Register Scholarship. 110
  • Metallurgy Courses, Chelsea Polytechnic, 358
  • Monmouthshire and South Wales School of Mines, Calendar. 358
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, Scholar¬ships, 265
  • Portland House Travelling Scholarship, Institution of Structural Engineers, 264
  • Psychological Tests of Vocational Fitness, 14
  • Royal School of Naval Engineering, Genoa, 474

— * Technical College, Glasgow, Calendar, 388 ; Report, 781

  • Scholarships, Institution of Naval Archi¬tects, 265
  • Science Museum, South Kensington, Re¬port on, 701

— * and Whitworth Scholarships, Examina-tion Syllabus, 781

  • South Wales and Monmouthshire School of Mines, Calendar, 358
  • Structural Engineers, Institution of, Portland House Travelling Scholar-ship, 264
  • Swansea, University College, Engineering Department Prospectus, 147
  • Technical Institutions, Board of Educa¬tion List, 203
  • Transport, Institute of, Graduateship and Associate Membership Examination, 147
  • University College, London, Engineering Courses, 388 ; Memorial to Sir A. B. W. Kennedy, 563 ; Calendar, 624

— * Training for Industry and Commerce, 18 — * — in Structural Design and Practice, 275. See 269

  • Westminster Technical Institute, Pros¬pectus, 388
  • Whitworth Scholarships, Prizes tor Can-didates, 14
  • — and Science Scholarships, Examination Syllabus, 781
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Egypt,Economic and Financial Situation, port, 849
  • Eichelberg, Dr. G., on Airless Injection in Diesel Engines, 821
  • Eildon Dam, Failure of, 444*. See LETTERS, 476, 507
  • Elder, F. C., on X-Ray Studies of Cold-Worked Steel, 250
  • Electric :
  • Alternating Current, Measurement at High Voltages, National Physical Laboratory, 209
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo Anemometers, Hot-Wire, for Whirling
  • Arm Experiments, National Physic&
  • Laboratory, 6
  • Arc Furnace. See Furnace, Electric — Welding. See Welding
  • Asynchronous Condensers, Use in Japan,
  • 822
  • Battery-Charging Plugs and Sockets,
  • Standard Specification, 782

— * Operating Trip Circuits, Hams Hall Power Station, 832*

  • Bridge Meg Resistance Tester (Evershed & Vignoles, Ltd.), 259 •
  • — Ohmmeter (Record Electrical Co., Ltd.), 448
  • Cables, 66,000-volt, Atami Substation, Japan, 789
    • Brass Armouring Wire for, Specification, 168
    • Ducts, Heat Transfer in, 146
    • Effect of Teibperature, 369, 446
    • High-Tension, American Design of, 724
    • Lead-Sheathed, and Fire Risk to Build-ings, 780
    • Rese.arches on, National Physical Laboratory, 209
    • Systems, Underground (Review), 211
    • Telephone, Proposed Transatlantic, 556, 561
    • Underground, Electrolytic Corrosion of,
  • 823
  • — — High-Tension, in Great Britain and Italy, 790
  • Canada, Electricity Supply Statistics, 802 Cells, Photoelectric, for Blank Inspection, Royal Mint, 48
  • Central Electricity Board, Establishment of, 147 ; Opposition to Overhead Transmission Lines, 267 ; Objections to South East England Electricity Scheme, 441, 474
  • — Stations. See Power Stations
  • Charging Plugs and Sockets, Standard Specification, 782
  • El ectric--continued.
  • Commutator-Mica Cutting Machine (Buck
  • & Hickman, Ltd.), 693* '
  • Condenser, Air, and 500,000-volt Trans-former (Metropolitan-Vickers Elec¬trical Co., Ltd.), 20*
  • —Asynchronous, Use in Japan, 822
  • Conductivity of Beryllium-Copper Alloys, 757*

— * of Magnesite, 385 — * Thermal and Electrical, of Alloys, 146 Conductors, Steel-Cored Aluminium, Cono

  • wingo Hydro-Electric Plant, 615* Control System, Supervisory, 823 Dielectrics, National Physical Laboratory
  • Investigations, 179
  • Dynamo. See Generator • Turbo-Generator Earthing Neutrals, Overhead Power Transmission Lines, 412

— * Resistance, Water Type, Hams Hall

  • Power Station, 831*
  • Electrical Apparatus, Accidents from, 175

— * Engineering, Electromagnetic Problems

  • in (Review), 505
  • — — Laboratory Practice (Review), 551

— * Industry, Position and Prospects, 732

  • Electricity Commissioners, North-East England Electricity Scheme, 22* ; Opposition to Overhead Transmission Lines, 267 ' • Report on Power Stations and Sulphurous Fumes, 716 ; Rural Electricity Scheme in Midlands, 202 ; Statistics of Electricity Supply, 532, 776

— * Department, National Physical Labora-tory, Work of, 179, 209*

  • — in Engineering Science (Review), 445 Electro-Chemical Industries of Sweden, 684 Electrolysis of Concrete Mast Bases, Natal
  • Railway, 785
  • Electromagnetic Problems in Electrical
  • Engineering (Review), 505
    • Sound Recording on Wire, 496
    • Tester for Wire Ropes, 115 Electrometers, Ionisation, 298 Engineering Science, Electricity in (Re
  • view), 445
  • Fans, Electric, Standard Specification, 274 Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Fuse Links, Experiments on Blowing in Closed Vessels, 543
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations
  • Generator. See Generator and Turbo Heating Elements, Resistance, Non
  • Metallic, 814*
  • High-Voltage Equipment, National Physi¬cal Laboratory, 209*
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Impulse Generator, 1,000,000-Volt (Metro-politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 20*
  • Induction Furnace. See Furnace
    • Interference on Telephone Lines, 823
    • Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Instrument Suspensions, Wollaston Strip for, 79
  • Insulating Materials, Resistance Tests of, 272, 657*, 689*
  • Insulators, Extra-High Tension, 789 Ionisation Electrometers, 298
  • Lamp-Bulb Forming Machine (Westlake Machine Co.), 154*

— * Gas-Discharge Type, Japanese Investi

  • gations, 823
  • — Filled Incandescent, 823

— * Incandescent, Invention of, 484. See

  • 567
  • — — Jubilee of, 567. See 484
  • Leakage of Traction Currents, Natal
  • Railway, 785
  • Lighting, Electric, Engineering Aspects of,
  • 823
    • Fittings, Underground, Standard Speci-fications, 726
    • Sets, Electric. See Engines ; Genera¬tors, Electric
  • Lightning Arresters, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Plant, 614*
    • — Design and Rating of, 412
    • Discharges, Artificial, 78
    • and Overhead Power-Transmission Lines, 412
    • Protection in Practice and Theory, 236 Load Factor, Influence on Cost of Electric Power, 184
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators ; Motor7 ; Turbo
  • Mains. See Cables (above)
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 1,200-kw., Berlin Suburban Railways, 819*
    • Rectifiers, Use in Japan, 822 Meters, Electricity, Standard Specifica¬tions, 180
    • Testing, Sine-Wave Alternators for, 230*
  • Mica Insulation of Commutators, Cutting Machine for, 693*
  • Mines, Belgian, French and German,
  • Electricity Regulations in, 285 Mining, Application of Electricity to
  • (Review), 212
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • National Electricity Supply, 17
  • Ohm, International, National Physical
  • Laboratory Re-Determination of, 179 Ohmmeter, Bridge (Record Electrical
  • Co., Ltd.), 448
  • Oil Heat-Storage System (Browns' Dyers, Ltd.), 655

— * Switch. See Switehgear

  • Ore-Prospecting, Geo-Electrical Methods, 685
  • Oscillators, Piezo-Electric, National Physi
  • cal Laboratory Investigations, 179* Peterson Reactance Coil, Alternative to
  • Lightning Protection, 413 Photoelectric Cells for Blank Inspection,
  • Royal Mint, 48
  • Pictures, Electrical Transmission of, 823 Piezo-Electric Oscillators, National Physi-cal Laboratory Investigations, 179*
  • Electric—continued.
  • Plugs and Sockets, Charging, Standard Specification, 782
  • Potential Gradient and Atmospheric Pollution, 61
  • Power Stations. See Power Stations

— * See Power

  • Pyrometer: See Pyrometer
  • Railways. See Railways
  • Rain, Electric Charge on, 737
  • Reactance Coil, Peterson, Alternative to
  • Lightning Protection, 413
  • Rectifiers, Mercury-Arc, 1,200-kw., Berlin
  • Suburban Railways, 819*

— * Arc, Use in Japan, 822

  • Regulations, Wiring, and Smethwick Fire Disaster, 780
  • Research Association, British Electrical and Allied Industries, Need for Funds, 19 ; Heat Transfer in Cable Ducts, 146 ; Report on International Steam Table Conference, 751. See LETTERS 813, 840
  • Resistance Heating Elements, Non-Metallic, 814*
    • of Metals, Determination of, 361*
    • of Rocks and Ores, 718
    • Tester, Bridge-Meg (Evershed Vignoles, Ltd.), 259
    • Tests of Insulating Materials, 272,
  • 657*, 689
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Rontgen Rays. See Röntgen
  • Science and Electrical Engineering, 536

— * Electrical, and Industry, Fifty Years of, 650

  • Ships, Electrical Equipment of, Regula¬tions, 274

— * Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion Sine-Wave Alternators, Castle, for Meter Testing, 230*

  • Single Phase. See Generators ; Motors ; Power ; Locomotives ; Railways
  • South East England Electricity Scheme, Objections to Power Transmission Lines, 441, 474
  • Standards and Units in Japan, 822
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Steel Manufacture. See Metallurgy ;

Furnace, Electric

  • Strain Meter, Electric, National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Street Railways. See Tramways Substation. See Substation
  • Swan, Sir J. W., a Memoir (Review), 182 Switchgear. See Switchgear ; Motors, Electric
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Tester, Electromagnetic, for Wire Ropes, 115
  • Testing, 5,000,000-volt Discharges for, 78 Thermometer. See Thermometer Three-Phase. See Generators ; Motors ;
  • Power • Locomotives ; Railways Traction. See Locomotives, Electric ; Rail
  • ways ; Tramways
  • Tramways. See Tramways
  • Transformers. See Transformers Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators Underground Cable Systems (Review), 211 Units and Standards, Electrical, in
  • Japan, 822
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy

— * Telephony. See Telephony

  • Wiring Regulations and Smethwick Fire
  • Disaster, 780
  • Wollaston Strip for Instrument Suspen
  • sions, 79
  • X-Rays. See Röntgen Rays
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electrical Engineering, Electromagnetic Prob
  • lems in (Review), 505
  • — — Laboratory Practice (Review), 551
  • — — and Science, 536
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of :
  • Regulations for the Electrical Equipment of Ships, 274
  • Presidential Address, by Col. Sir T. Purves, on International Telephone Communication, 556. See 561
  • Presentation of Portraits of Clerk Maxwell and John Hopkinson, 651
  • Wiring Regulations and Smethwick Fire Disaster, 780
  • 'Fireless Section :
  • Investigation of Short Waves, by T. L. Eckersley, 90
  • Liverpool Centre :
  • Address by Prof. E. W. Marchant on Science and Electrical Engineering,
  • 536 •

Electrical Engineers, Supervising, Association of See Supervising

  • Electrical Equipment of Ships, Regulations for, 274
    • Industry, Position and Prospects, 732
    • Research Association, Experiments on Blowing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 543 Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric
    • in Japanese Agriculture, 822
  • Electro-Chemical Industries of Sweden, 684 Electroflo Meters Co., Ltd., Multiple Metering
  • Board, 348* ; Motor-Driven CO2 Analyser,
  • 348
  • Electrolysis of Concrete Mast Bases, Natal Railway, 785
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion Electrometers, Ionisation, 298
  • Electron Emissions and Quantum Mechanics, 298
  • Electrotechnical Commission, International, Standard Specifications for Steam Tur¬bines, 53
  • Elevator, Drum-Type (H. R. Marsden, Ltd.), 648*
  • Eli Two-Seater Aeroplane, 74*
  • Ellerman Liner " City of Hong Kong," Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Electric Propulsion, 822
  • Ellipse, Method of Drawing, 577*
  • Elorn River, Finisterre, Ferro-Concrete Arch
  • Bridge, 485*
  • Elutriation, Ore Sizing by, 478
  • . Emanueli, L., on High-Tension Cables, 790
  • Embankments, South African Railways, 784.
  • See 239
  • — Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 7*,
  • 194*, 365*, 462*, 577*
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine
  • Tools
  • Emperger Ferro-Concrete Sleeper, 12*
  • Empire, British, Trade Exhibition, Buenos
  • Aires, 504, 657

— * Development, Views and Suggestions on, 411. See LETTER 476 — * Marketing Board, Colonial Transport, 198.

  • See 237: Report on Schistosomiasis and
  • Malaria in Relation to Irrigation, 503 Employees. See Labour
  • Employment. See Labour
  • " Empress of Japan," S.S., Canadian Pacific
  • Railway Co., Launch, 806 ' Emscher Commission, Work of, Report, 722 Endurance Tests. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • Engineering, Agricultural, Research Institute,
  • Oxford University, Report on Oxford
  • Process of Beet-Sugar Production, 291 — — in United States, 821
  • Engineering Congress in Japan :
  • Reports of Proceedings, 714, 745 Summaries of Papers, 651, 684, 724, 753, 787, 820, 853
  • Aeronautics :
  • Influence of Built-in Engine Cars on
  • Aeroplanes, by C. Wieselsberger, 726 Commercial Aviation on a Self-Supporting
  • Basis, by F. H. Page, 853
  • Business Side of Aviation, by C. M. Keys, 853
  • Report on Aeronautical Research Insti¬tute, Tokyo, by Baron C. Shiba, 853
  • Induced Velocity in Aeroplane Due to Main-Plane Oscillation, by K. Wada, 853
  • Ultra-Speed Kinematographic Camera, by Prof. T. Suhara, 853
  • Agricultural Engineering :
  • Status of the Farm Engine in Japan, by Y. Kanamaru, 821
  • Engineering as Applied to Agriculture, by Prof. H. B. Walker, 821
  • Application of Electricity to Agriculture, by G. Tada, 822
  • Bridge Engineering :
  • Bridge Engineering in Japan, by Prof. Y. Tanaka, 788
  • American Bridge-Engineering Practice, by Dr. J. A. L. Waddell, 788
  • Suspension Bridges and the Philadelphia
  • Camden Bridge, by R. Modjeski, 788 Factors of Safety and Bridge Maintenance,
  • by C. Gribble, 789
  • Overstrained Railway Bridges, by Dr. Schaper, 789
  • Coal :
  • Coal Cleaning and Japanese Coal, by Dr. It. Lessing, 820
  • Hydrogenation of Japanese Coal, by Y. Oshima and S. Tashiro, 820
  • American Coal Industry, 1913-1928, by G. 0. Smith and F. G. Tryon, 820
  • Coal and Ash-Handling Plant in the Modern Boiler House, by J. D. Troup, 821
  • 821
  • Electrical Communication :
  • Telephone Comm unication in United States, by B. Gherardi and F. B. Jewett, 823
  • Telegraph and Telephone Communication in Japan, by S. Inada, 823
  • Induction Interference on Communication
  • Lines, by Prof. M. Shibusawa, 823 Electrical Transmission of Pictures, by
  • Y. Niwa, 823
  • Wireless Communication on Short Waves, by T. Nakagami, 823
  • Wireless Communication on Short Waves, by T. L. Eckersley and K. W. Tre-mellen, 823
  • Electrical Engineering :
  • Electric Power Generation and Distribu¬tion Tokyo Electric Light Co., by H. Tachikawa, 724
  • Supply of Energy for Electric Traction in Italy, by 0. .Tacobini, 724
  • High-Voltage Interconnection in the United States, by P. M. Downing, W. E. Mitchell, E. C. Stone, and F. Osgood, 724
  • High-Tension Cable Design in America, by W. A. Del Mar, 724
  • Utilisation of Water Power Jointly with Steam Power in Japan, by S. Kudo, 789
  • Kamose Hydro-Electric Development,
  • Agano River, Japan, by K. Mino, 789 66,000-volt tables at Atami, Japan, by Y.
  • Satow, 789
  • Extra High-Voltage Transmission in America, by J. P. Jollyman, and E. R. Stauffacher, 789
  • Suspension Insulators Without Metal Joints, by M. Iwatake, 789
  • Extra High-Tension Insulators in Japan, by T. Miyaguchi, 789
  • High-Voltage Overhead Lines, by A. C. Austin, 790
  • Breaking Tests of Transmission Towers
  • and Poles, by S. Takahashi, 790 High-Tension Underground Cables in
  • Great Britain, by T. N. Riley, 790 High-Tension Cable Plants, by L. Emanu
  • eli, 790
  • Units and Standards Employed in Japan, by K. Takatsu, 822
  • Mercury Rectifiers, by N. Kotschubey, 822
  • Engineering Congress in Japan—continued.
  • Asynchronous Condensers, by T. Isono, 822 Design of Oil Circuit Breakers,by C. Yokota and B. Sekine, 822
  • American Power Station Equipment, by F. D. Newbury, 822
  • Remote Control of Electric Power Stations in the United States, by C. Lichtenberg and F. Zogbaum, 822
  • System of Supervisory Control; by Y. Shimazu, 823
  • Wireless Remote Control, by H. Yagi, 823 Electrolytic Corrosion of Underground Cables, by S. Numata, 823
  • Electric Welding in/Japan, by Prof. T.
  • Okamoto, 8231 _1 vem
  • Hydrodynamics :
  • Potential Flow through Suction Valves of
  • Conical Seat, by Prof. K. Tanaka, 787 Deflection and Stresses in Pipe Bends, by
  • Prof. W. Hovgaard, 787
  • Measurement of Stream Velocity by Air
  • Bubbles, by Prof. 0. Miyagi, 788 Role of Turbulence in Technical Hydro
  • dynamics, by Prof. L. Prandtl, 788 Law of Resistance to Flow of Water in
  • Pipes, by E. Parry, 788
  • Formula for Discharge over Rectangular Weirs, by Prof. I. Oki, 855
  • Hydro-Electric Installation :
  • Utilisation of Hydraulic Power in Italy, by A. Rampazzi, 855
  • Utilisation of Low-Head Water Powers, by S. Svenningson and Prof. E. Brown, 855
  • Cavitation and Vibration in Turbine Draught Tube, by Prof. 0. Miyagi, 855
  • Illuminating Engineering :
  • Improved System of Designing Exterior
  • Illuminations, by R. Kurosawa, 823 Illuminating Engineering in Japan, by
  • S. Seki, 823
  • Special Lamps, by S. Tachibana, 823 Gas-Filled Incandescent Electric Lamps, by Prof. E. Aoyagi, 823
  • Engineering Aspects of Electric Lighting, by Dr. J. W. Lieb, 823
  • Locomotives :
  • Development of the Steam Locomotive and its Future Aspect, by Sir H. Fowler, 790
  • Improvement of the Steam Locomotive in Italy, by G. Corbellini, 791
  • Oil-Electric Locomotive in Railway Ser¬vice, by A. E. L. Chorlton, 791
  • Growth of the Oil-Electric Locomotive, by H. G. Erb, 791
  • Piston-Engine and Steam-Turbine Loco-motives, by A. Lysholm, 853
  • Machine Tools :
  • Hydraulic Speeds and Feeds, by A. L. de Leeuw, 821
  • Kinematography Applied to Metal Cutting, by Prof. S. Ishii, 821
  • Forces in Machine Tools, by G. Schlesin¬ger, 821
  • Marine Engineering :
  • Outlook for the Steam Engine Afloat, by Sir J. H. Biles, 652
  • Steam-Driven Auxiliaries for Ship Work, by R. W. Allen, 652
  • Marine Engineering and Design, by Prof. H. L. Seward, 754
  • Diesel Auxiliary Generating Machinery, by R. W. Allen, 821
  • Materials
  • Properties of Materials at High Tempera¬tures, by R. G. Batson, 725
  • Springs and Spring Materials, by Dr. G. A. Hankins and R. G. Batson, 725
  • Failure of Metals under Repeated Stresses, by Prof. F. C. Lea, 725
  • Rolled Steel in Construction of Electrical Machines, by H. G. Reist, 725
  • Science of Structural Materials, by Dr. H. F. Moore, 725
  • Cement, by T. Merriman, 725
  • Developments in Portland Cement Manu¬facture, by H. Pooley, Junr., 725
  • Researches on Concrete in the United States, by Prof. W. K. Hatt, 725
  • Concreting a Reinforced-Concrete Beam and Corrosion in Steel Reinforcing Bars, by S. D. Carothers, 725
  • Japanese Portland-Cement Industry, by

• * M. Fujii, 755

  • Compression Strength of Concrete as Affected by Mixing, by Prof. T. Yoshida, 755
  • High-Tensile Steels for Building and Ferro-Concrete Structures, by Prof. W. Gehler, 755
  • Researches on Non-Ferrous Alloys for Marine Purposes, by Dr. T. Ishikawa, 824
  • Fatigue of Metals under Repeated-Stresses, by Prof. A. Ono, 824
  • Deformation of Metals and Breaking Strength at Ordinary and High Tem
  • peratures, by Prof. F. C. Lea, 824
  • Failure of Metals under Stress, by Prof. K . Yuasa, 824
  • Metallurgy :
  • Power in Metallurgy, by R. M. Keeney, 684 Heat Economy in Metallurgical Furnaces, by Sir R. Hadfield and R. J. Sarjant,
  • 684
  • Electro-Chemical Industries of Sweden, by
  • Prof. W. Palmaer, 084
  • Prospecting by Swedish Geo-Electrical
  • Methods, by H. Lundberg and K.
  • Sundberg, 084
  • World's Iron-Ore Supply, by C. K. Leith,
  • 685
  • Iron and Steel Industry in Japan, by S.
  • Hattori, 685
  • Engineering Congress in Japan—continued'.
  • How Swedish Iron is Made, by Prof. J. A. Leffler, 685
  • Structure and Nature of Troostite, by F. F. Lucas, 685
  • Progress in the Industrial Application of Alloy Steels, by Sir It. Hadfield, 685
  • Lowering of Critical Points in Molybdenum Steels, by Profs. T. Murakami and T. Takei, 685
  • Arsenic in Steel, by Prof. 0. Bauer, 685 Use of Hot Blast in Blast Furnaces, by F. Wiist, 686
  • Metallurgy of Non-Ferrous Metals, by Prof. C. Schiffner, 726
  • Innovations in the Metallurgy of Alumin
  • ium, by Dr. R. 3. Anderson, 726 Metallurgy of Antimony, by C. Y. Wang,
  • 726
  • Determination of Antimony and Arsenic in Antimony Regulus, by S. J. F. Jensen, 726
  • Progress in Japan in Science of Metals, by Prof. K. Honda, 824
  • Copper Metallurgy in Japan, by Prof. K. Ikeda, 824
  • Miscellaneous :
  • Pumping Machinery for Graving and Floating Docks, by R. W. Allen, 652
  • Ultramicrometer for Measuring Small Displacements or Motion, by Prof. J. Obata, 726
  • Precision Instruments for Measurement of Length, by Dr. G. K. Burgess, 726
  • Investigation of Harbour Structures in the U.S.S.R., by Prof. V. E. Liach-nitzki, 754
  • Dredging in the Whangpoo River and the Yangtze Estuary, by Dr. H. Chatley, 754
  • Earthquake-Proof Socket Joint for Water
  • Mains, by Prof. Z. Takenaka, 754 Motor-Cycle Industry of Great Britain,
  • by Major H. R. Watling, 824
  • Centrifugal Pumping Plant for Sewage Installations, by R. W. Allen, 824
  • Oil Engines :
  • Development in the Airless Injection of Fuel, by Dr. G. Eichelberg, 821
  • Railways :
  • Railway Operation,by Major M. Sawyer, 652 Trend of Engineering Practice on British
  • Railways, by E. F. C. Trench, 652 Railway Electrification in the United
  • States, by D. C. Jackson, 653
  • Equipment and Maintenance of the Line,
  • by Ing. Comm. F. Maltese, 653 Italian Railway Improvements, by Ing.
  • Comm. C. Boido, 653
  • Maintenance of Railway Tracks in Regions of Heavy Snowfall, by F. W. Alexan¬der, 653
  • Construction of Tanna Tunnel, Japan, 754
  • Ventilation of Railway Tunnels, Japan,
  • Mainly the Higashiyama Tunnel, 754 Development of Japanese Rolling Stock,
  • by K. Asakura, 755
  • Rolling-Stock Repair on Japanese Rail¬ways, by 0. Yamashita, 755
  • Maintenance of Track in Regions of Heavy
  • Snowfall on Japanese Railways, 755 Power Signalling and Interlocking on
  • Japanese Railways, 755
  • Railway Electrification in Japan, 755 Rapid-Transit Subways of New York City, by R. Ridgway, 790
  • Shipbuilding :
  • Ship Experiments and Theories, by J. F. King, 651
  • Ship Vibration, by Prof. F. M. Lewis, 651 Shipbuilding in Great Britain, by Prof. P. A. Hillhouse, 652
  • Fishing Boats Recently Developed in Japan, by S. Kato, 652
  • After-War Development of the Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Const. Vice-Admiral Y. Hiraga, 753
  • Mercantile Shipbuilding in Japan, by Y. Yamamoto and K. Inouye, 753
  • Diesel-Engine Shipbuilding in Japan, by H. Hamada, 753
  • Ship's Log and Speed Indicator, by S. Shimuzu, 753
  • Life-Saving Devices for Japanese Sub-marines, by Const. Capt. R. Hodzumi, 754
  • Wave Resistance of Submerged Body in a Shallow Sea, by K. Sezawa, 754
  • Model Experiments on Elastic Stability of Cylinders under External Pressure, by Const. Comm. Viscount T. Tokugama, 787
  • Torsional Stress in Hull of a Ship, by Prof. T. Inokuty, 788
  • Pressure Distribution over a Ship and its Effect on Resistance, by Prof. S. Yokota, Prof. T. Yamamoto, A. Shigemutzu, and S. Togino. 788
  • Steam Plant :
  • Operation of Turbo-Generators on Total Temperature Basis, by P. Torchio, W. J. Foster, and F. D. Newbury, 854
  • Steam-Generating Plant for Power Sta¬tions, by S. B. Donkin and R. W. Mountain, 854
  • Economic Operation of Power Stations, by I. V. Robinson, 854
  • High Pressures and Temperatures for Steam Prime Movers, by 0. Wiberg, 854
  • Development of Steam Turbines in Japan, by K. Yokoyama, 854
  • Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, by T. Komaru, 854
  • Surface-Condensing and Feed-Heating Plants, by R. W. Allen, 854
  • Building of Vessels for High-Pressure and High-Temperature Service, by T. M. Jasper, 855
  • Engineering Congress in Japan—oontinued.
  • Importance of the Yield Point in Boiler Construction, by Prof. F. K orber, 855
  • Structural Engine,erinq :
  • Building Legislation in Japan, by T. Ibe, 754
  • Reconstruction Works of Tokyo, with Special Reference to Land Adjust¬ments, by T. Kasahara, 754
  • Prevention of Damage to Engineering Structures by Great Earthquakes, by I. Hiroi, 754
  • Seismic Action and Damage in Relation to the Character of Building, by Prof. T. Taniguti, 754
  • Methods of Analysing Statically-Indeter-minate Structures, by Prof. W. M. Wilson, 788
  • Safety in Dam Construction, by Dr. A. Hazen, 789
  • Earthquake Construction of Masonry Dams, by Prof. N. Mononobe, 855
  • Turbo-Compressors and Pumps :
  • Turbo-Compressors for Refrigerating Plant, toy R. Gilly, 855
  • Researches on Turbine Pumps, by Prof. M. Yendo, 855
  • Engineering Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 4*, 575
    • Drawing (Review), 505
    • Economics (Review), 370
    • Education. See Education ;
    • Electrical, Electromagnetic Problems in
  • (Review), 505
  • — — and Science, 536
    • Exhaust Steam (Review), 36
    • Exhibition. See Erhibition
    • Exports, British, 204
    • Federation, World, Proposed, 746
    • for Forest Rangers in Tropical Countries
  • (Review), 255
    • Graphics and Practical Geometry (Review), 761
    • Illuminating, in Japan, 823
    • Industrial, Elements of (Review), 225
    • Institutions, Headquarters and Local Centres, 471, 531. See LETTER, 536
    • Machinery and. Shipping Exhibition, Olym¬pia, 327*
    • and National Finance, 680
    • Practice on British Railways, 652
    • Problems and their Solution, 843
    • Salesmen, Education of, Report, 713
    • and Science, 143, 151, 186, 271
    • Science, Electricity in (Review), 445
    • and Shipbuilding, Monel Metal in, 19
    • Societies. See Institutions
    • Standards Association, British, Specifica
  • tions, Keys and Keyways, 47 ; Identifica¬tion Colours for Engine-Room Piping, 55 ; Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 111 ; Illumination Glassware and Carriers, 141 ; Brass Armouring Wire for Electric Cables, 168 ; Electricity Meters, 180 ; Tur¬pentine, 203 ; Steel Wire Ropes, 212 ; Pipe Flanges, 217 ; Wrought Iron, 233 ; Electric Fans, 274 ; Hard-Drawn Steel Wire, 302 ; Concrete Flag Stones, 309 ; Railway Rolling-Stock Material, 379 ; Phosphor-Bronze Bars, 619 ; Paints, Var¬nishes and Paint Ingredients, 726 ; Under¬ground Lighting Fittings, 726 ; Flattened-6trand Steel-Wire Winding Ropes, 726; Flattened-Strand Steel Wire Haulage Ropes, 726 ; Taper Pins, 768 ; Charging Plugs and Sockets, 782 ; Steel Balls, 818

— * — Association, Canadian, Work of, 178 ; Specification for Steel Castings, 30 ; Speci-fications for Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, 189 — * Structures, Architecture of, See LETTER, 417, 845

  • — — Prevention of Damage by Earthquakes, 754

— * Trades, German, and Metallurgical Indus-tries, Relations between, 426 — * Wages in Germany and the Netherlands, 438 — * Works. See Works

  • Engineers' Education. See Education
  • — Institution of, Australia. See Australia
  • — — See Institutions

— * and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of, Applications of Monel Metal in Engineering and Shipbuilding, by J. Ireland, 19 ; Story of Safety at Sea, by Sir W. Abell, 19 ; Development in Uses of Electricity, by R. P. Sloan, 20 ; Notes on Damage to Ships, by J. L. Adam, 245*, 356*. See 20 ; Design and Performance of Boilers of S.S. " Viceroy of India," by A. L. Mellor, 846

  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics

— * Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor Ships — * Internal-Combustion, Cork-Sealed Piston Ring for, 30*

  • — — Combustion, Critical Speeds of Crank-shafts, 827*

— * — Combustion, Detonation in, Measure

  • ment, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386 — — Combustion, Filters for Lubricating OH
  • (Stream-Line Filter Co., Ltd.), 421*
  • — — Combustion, Fuel Consumption and Power Output, 780*

— * — Combustion, Two-Stroke, Dynamically-Balanced Crankshafts for, 458 — * Locomotive. See Locomotive — * Marine, Stiffness of Crankshafts, 548* — * Motor-Car. See Engines, Petrol — * Oil, Agricultural, in Japan, 821 — * — Airless-Injection, Agricultural, 775

  • — — Diesel, Aero-Bosch Fuel Pump and In
  • jector Valve for, 628*

— * — Diesel, Airless Fuel Injection in, 821

  • — — Diesel, with Compressed-Air Transniis-sion, Locomotive for German State Rail-ways, 748*
  • — — Diesel, Critical Speed of Crankshafts, 827*
  • — — Diesel, for Marine Auxiliary Generating Plant, 821
  • Engines, Oil, Diesel, Marine, 8,500-h.p. Harland-B. & W. Type with Blichi Supercharger, M.S. " Llangibby Castle," 715
  • — — Diesel, Marine, Japanese, 753
  • — — Diesel, Marine, Progress with, 809
  • — — Diesel, Marine, 7,040-h.p. Sulzer, M.S. " Poelau Rbebiah," 60*
  • — — Diesel, Marine, Three-Cylinder Opposed-Piston Type (W. Doxford & Sons, Ltd.), 308. See LETTERS, 417
  • — — Diesel, Marine, Vibration Problems, 651 — Diesel, 10-h.p. Single-Cylinder, 628*

— * Diesel, 30-h.p. Two-Cylinder, McLaren-Benz, 642

  • — — Diesel, Two-Stroke Double-Acting, De-velopment of, 92
  • — Diesel, Two-Stroke, Dynamically-Bal-anced Crankshafts for, 458

— * Diesel. See also Motor Ships ; Marine Propulsion ; Diesel Engine Users' Asso-ciation —* -137-h.p. Five-Cylinder, and Electric Generator (Crossley Bros., Ltd.), 340*

  • — — Heavy, Four-Cycle (Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 40*
  • — — Heavy, 10-h.p., with Petrol Starter (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 40*
  • — — High-Speed, for Agricultural Machinery, 40
  • — — 150-h.p., M.A.N. Cable-Ploughing Gear, 702*
  • — — Marine, 60-h.p. Four-Cylinder Airless-Injection (J. & H. McLaren, Ltd.), 343*

— * Marine,60-80 h.p. Four-Cylinder (Gleniffer Motors, Ltd.), 449*

  • — — Marine, 200-h.p. Four-Cylinder Two-Cycle (Norris, Henty & Gardners, Ltd.), 329*
  • — — Marine, 50-h.p. Two-Cylinder Two-Stroke ( Petters, Ltd.), 332*
  • — — McLaren-Benz, High-Speed Airless-In¬jection Six-Cylinder, 393*

— * Two-Stroke (Tangyes, Ltd.), 643 — * — See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX — * Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics

  • — — Agricultural, 3, 4 and 5-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Bamfords, Ltd.), 756*
  • — — Carbon Monoxide in Exhaust from Ethyl Petrol, 543
  • — — Delco, Experiments on Detonation in, 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • — and 800-Watt Electric Generator, Self-Contained Lighting Set (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 43*

— * — 29-h.p. Four-Cylinder and Electric Gene¬rator (W. H. Dorman & Co., Ltd.), 340* — * — Highest Useful Compression Ratio, 219*,

  • 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • — — 10-h.p., Locomotive, Meadows Type,
  • (F. C. Hibberd & Co., Ltd.,) 627*
  • — — Marine, 100-h.p., Four-Cylinder (Ailsa
  • Craig Motor Co., Ltd.), 333*
  • — — Marine, 24-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Morris
  • Motors (1926), Ltd.), 329*

— * — Marine, 20-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.,) 332*

  • — — Marine, 140 h.p. Six-Cylinder (J. I. Thornycroft & Co., Ltd.), 327*
  • — — Marine, 52-h.p. Six-Cylinder, Torque and Horse-Power Diagram (Morris Motors (1926), Ltd.), 329*
  • — — Maybach, Airship " Graf Zeppelin," 481 — Measurement of Detonation in, 219*, 2/72* See LETTER, 386
  • — — Motor-Car, with Air-Brake Compressor
  • (G. D. Peters & Co., Ltd.), 127*
  • — — Motor-Car, Alcohol Mixtures for, 208.
  • 305

— * Motor Car, 100-110 h.p., for Bussing Six-Wheeled Commercial Vehicle, 196* — Motor-Car, 265-h.p. Eight-Cylinder Du-senberg, 525* — * — Motor Car, 31.2-100 h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Lancia (England), Ltd.), 495*

  • — — Motor-Car, 22 • 3-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Bean Cars, Ltd.), 582*
  • — — Motor Car, 23-53 h.p. Four-Cylinder (Singer & Co., Ltd.), 616*
  • — Motor Car, Improvements in Design, 490 — Motor Car, 48-92 h.p., Six-Cylinder (Asso¬ciated Equipment Co., Ltd.), 618*
  • — — Motor-Car, 23-73 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Hum-ber, Ltd.), 521*
  • — — Motor-Car, 15-35 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Mor¬ris Motors, Ltd.), 494*
  • — — Motor-Car, 15.7-70 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Rover Co., Ltd.), 523*

— * Motor-Car, 75-h.p. Six-Cylinder (A. J. Stevens & Co. (1914), Ltd.), 586*

  • — — Motor Car, 52-110 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Sun-beam Motor-Car Co., Ltd.), 584*
  • — — Motor Car, 24.8-70 h.p. Sleeve-Valve (Daimler Co., Ltd.), 491*
  • — — Motor-Car, Stiffness of Crankshafts, 548* — — Motor-Car, 115-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder
  • Sleeve-Valve (Soc. Anon. Aftroplanes G.
  • Voisin), 524*

— * — Motor Cycle, 747

  • — Motor Cycle, 16-h.p. Two-Cylinder (H. Collier & Sons, Ltd.), 747
  • — — or Paraffin, Marine, 70-h.p. Four-Cylin¬der (Atlantic Engine Co. (1920), Ltd.), 329*
  • — or Paraffin, Marine, 28-h.p. Four-Cylin¬der (W. H. Dorman & Co.:, Ltd.), 330*
  • — — Ricardo Variable-Compression, Experi¬ments on Detonation in, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • — — Single-Cylinder Two-Stroke (Stuart Tur¬ner, Ltd.), 330*
  • — — 125-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Locomotive (Drewry Car Co., Ltd.), 436*

— * — Stiffness of Crankshafts, 548*

  • — — 2-h.p. ' Totally-Enclosed (Ruston &
  • Hornsby, Ltd.), 40*
  • — — Two-Stroke, Dynamically - Balanced
  • Crankshafts for, 458
  • — — See also .4eronautics ; Motor Cars.

— * Steam, Early History of, 84*

  • — — First in America, 555
  • — Marine, Outlook for, 652

— * — Marine, Three-Cylinder Compound Uni-flow (Gebr. Stork & Co.), 465*. See LETTER, 507

  • Engines, Steam, Marine, 900-h.p. Triple-Expan
  • sion, for Suction Dredger, 737*
  • — — Marine. See also Marine Propulsion ;
  • Turbines

— * Neweomen, Valve Gears of, 555

  • — — Triple-Expansion, 1,000-h.p., Kempton Park Pumping Station (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 455*

— * — Uniflow Type, Work of J. Perkins, 507 — * See also PARAGRAPH INDEX • * England and Sweden, Proposed Train Ferry, 442

  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Researches on Low-Expansion Nickel Steel, 400*
  • Entrance Lock, Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443
  • Equatorial Mounting, 36-in. Reflecting Tele¬scope, Edinburgh Observatory, 288*, 371*, 431*, 488*

• * Equilibrium Diagrams, Alloys. See Metallurgy Erb, H. G., on Oil-Electric Locomotives, 791 Erosion, Slag, of Firebricks, Tests, 168

  • " Ersatz-Preussen," German Cruiser, Arma-ment and Protection, 419*, 480
  • Ethyl Fluid, Effect on Detonation of Motor Fuels, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386

— * Petrol, Exhaust from, Carbon Monoxide in, 543

  • Europe, Coal, Iron and Steel in, 465
  • " Eurymedon," S.S., Strain Measurements in, 651
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Evans, E. C., on Coke-Oven Gas Utilisation, 581
  • Evans, R. H., on Unsteady Jet Flow from Pel-ton-Wheel Nozzles, 701*
  • Evershed Vignoles, Ltd., Bridge-Meg Resist¬ance Tester, 259
  • Excavator, Half-Cubic Yard, with Chain Track (Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, Ltd.), 185*

— * 80-h.p. Ditching Machine (J. Fowler a: Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 248* — * Dragline, Bucyrus, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 464*, 578*

  • Excavation Plant, New York Life Insurance Building Foundations, 37*
  • Exhaust from Ethyl Petrol, Carbon Monoxide in, 543

— * Steam Engineering (Review), 36 — * — Turbine. See Turbine, Steam Exhibition, Agricultural, Smithfield Show, 777 — * Barcelona, Review of Exhibits, 162 ; Illu¬minated Fountains at, 324 — * British Empire Trade, Buenos Aires, 504, 657 — * Centenary, Rainhill Locomotive Trials, Science Museum, South Kensington, 52* — * Commercial Motor Vehicle, Olympia, 582*, 616*. See 593 — * Cycle and Motor Cycle, Olympia, 746 — * Engineering,

  • Bradford, 655. See 620, 814

— * — 'Cardiff, 736 — * Hall, Biddenham Works, W. H. Allen, Sons Co., Ltd., 555 — * Historical Scientific Apparatus, Science Museum, 701 - * International Aero, Olympia, 72*, 102*, 132*

  • See Erratum, 197
  • — — of Inventions, 434

— * Motor Car, Olympia, 490*, 521* — * Optical and Physical Societies', 773 — * Public Works, Roads and Transport, Royal Agricultural Hall, 625*. See 825* — * Royal Agricultural Show, Harrogate, 40*, 89* — * Shipping, Engineering and Machinery, Olympia, 327* — * See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Expanding Tests, Boiler-Tube, Mannheim
  • 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 252 Expansion Joints, Distribution Pipe Line, Win
  • nipeg Central Steam-Heating Plant, 611* Experiment and Experience in Engineering,
  • 143
  • Experimental Engine. See Engine

— * Tank. See Tank ; Ship Resistance Explosions, Artificial, Use for Locating Oil Deposits, 63* — * Boiler. See Boiler Explosions — * Coal-Dust, Investigations at Buxton Colliery Research Gallery, 766

  • — — Dust, Laboratory Apparatus,- 63 Explosives, Mining, Modern, 547

— * — Researches at Buxton Colliery Research Station, 766 — * See also Guns and Explosives in PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Export Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Extensometer for Strain Method of Fatigue-Tests, 605*
  • F.
  • FABRICA Automobili Isotta Fraschini, 420
  • h.p. Asso Caccia Aero Engine, 134 Factories and Workshops, Home Office In
  • spector's Report; 175
  • Factors of Safety and Bridge Maintenance, 789 Factory Accidents. See Accidents

— * Management. See Works Management Plirbairn, W., Work of, 26*

  • Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd., Two-Seater Aero
  • plane, 73*; Single-Seater Fighter Ship Aero
  • plane, 74* ; Long-Range Monoplane, 74* Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • S.S. " Empress of Japan," Launch, 806 Falkland Islands, Floating Dock for, 653 Fans, Electric, Standard Specification, 274

— * Equipment, Hams Hall Power Station, 663* — * Extraction, for Inflammable Gases, 606*

  • Faraday Society, Discussion on Crystal Struc¬ture and Chemical ConstitutIon,95 ; Vol¬ume Changes during Solidification of Metals and Alloys, by W. E. Goodrich, 659
  • Farman, H. et M., Societe des Avions, F 190 Monoplane, 78 ; 250-h.p. Radial Aero. Engine, 78*
  • Farming. See Agriculture ; Tractors
  • Farnworth versus Manchester Corporation, Nuisance from Barton Power Station, 744 Fatigue and Corrosion, 119
  • Fatigue, Industrial. See under Labour

— * Tests of Metals. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)

  • Fawcett, E. A. S., on Rcver Gauging, 55 Federation of British Industries, Report on Agricultural Machinery Industry, 672

— * World Engineering, Proposed, 746

  • Feed-Heating and Surface-Condensing Plants, 854

— * Pumps. See Pumps — * Water-Conditioning Process (H. Lauritzen),

  • 737
  • — — De-Aerator (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 275*

— * — Heater (Robey & Co., Ltd.), 335* — Pipe, Steel, Failure of, 826 — * — Regulator (Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd.),

  • 342*
  • — — Softener. See Water Softener

— * — Storage Tank, Mannheim 1,500-lb.

  • Pressure Steam Plant, 228*, 315*
  • — — System, Hams Rail Power Station, 545,

— * 760*

  • — See also Water
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd.,

Research Steamer " Discovery II," 598

  • Ferranti, Ltd., High-Voltage Transformers, National Physical Laboratory, 209* ; 12,000-kv.-a. Transformers, Hams Hall Power Station, 832*
  • Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Elorn River, Finisterre, 485*
  • — — Arch Bridge, Yadkin River, Full-Scale and Beggs Deformeter Tests, 281*, 311*

— * — Beam, Concreting, 725 — * — Bridge, Celluloid Model, Determination of Stresses in, 710 - * — Caissons, Welland Ship Canal Recon

  • struction, 670*
  • — — Canadian Standard Specification, 189

— * — Cooling Towers, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*, 759* — * — Corrosion in, 399, 725

  • — Crib, Ore Dock, Canadian Furnace Co.,
  • 833

— * Foundation Caisson, Poughkeepsie Bridge,

  • New York, Righting of, 66*
  • — — Hard-Drawn Steel Wire for, Standard
  • Specification, 302
  • — — Pontoons for Timber Centring, Ferro
  • Concrete Arch Bridge, Elorn River,
  • Finisterre, 485*
  • — — Shoe for Concrete Monoliths, Tilbury
  • Docks Improvements, 395*
  • — — Sleeper, Emperger, 12*
  • — — Structures, Artistic Treatment of, 381.
  • See LETTER, 417, 845
  • — Structures, High-Tensile Alloy Steels for,
  • 755
  • — — Substructure, Hammarforsen Hydro
  • Electric Power Plant, Sweden, 223*
  • — — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferry Steamer, Thames, " Will Crooks," 758

— * Train, Proposed, England and Sweden, 442 — — Turbo-Electric, S.S. " City of Saginaw 31," 855

  • Fiat (England), Ltd., A.S. 1 Seaplane, 104* ; 90-h.p. Aero Engine, 133*
  • Field and Colliery Surveying (Review), 181 Film Theory of Lubrication, 801*, 811, 836* Filter, Air, Pipe-Line (C. G. Vokes, Ltd.), 334*

— * Installation, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425*, 456* — * Oil (Stream-Line Filter Co., Ltd.), 421* Filtration Works, Portsmouth Water Supply, 55

  • Fin Water Tubes, Murray, Babcock & Wilcox Boilers, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*, 663*
  • Finance, National, and Engineering, 680 Finisterre, River Elorn, Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, 485*
  • Fire Disaster, Smethwick, and Wiring Regula-tions, 780
  • Firebox Stays, Locomotive Boiler, Nickel Steel for, 438
  • — — and Plates, Locomotive Boiler, Investiga
  • tions on, 369. See Erratum, 439 Firebricks, Silica, West of England, Micro
  • structure of, 448

— * Slag Erosion of, Tests, 168 — * See also Refractory Materials

  • Fireclay, Effect of Grog on, 448
  • Firedamp Explosions, Researches on, 767
  • Fishing Boats in Japan, 652
  • Flag Stones, Concrete, Standard Specification,
  • 309
  • Flame-Temperature Investigations, 146
  • Flanges, Pipe, Standard Specification, 217
  • Fleet. See Warships
  • Fleming, R.,
  • on Recent Tornadoes and Hurri
  • canes, 127
  • Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Floating Dock. See Dock
  • Floods, Tidal, in Thames, Meteorological Office
  • Report, 82
  • Floral Isophenes and Isakairs, 846
  • Flotation, Reagents for, Consumption in United
  • States, Report, 173
  • Flow of Materials under Stress, Researches,
  • University of Leningrad, 388

— * of Natural Gas through High-Pressure Pipe Lines, 180 — * Fluid, in Pipes and Channels, 69*, 98*, 131*, 788

  • Fluid Flow in Pipes and Channels, 69*, 98*, 131*, 788

— * Motion Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 5

  • — Work of 0. Reynolds, 57
  • Fluorescence of Mercury Vapour, 385
  • Flying Boats. See Seaplanes under Aeronautics Foam Production and Propeller Efficiency, 430 Fodens, Ltd., Rigid Six-Wheel 12-Ton Tipping Lorry, 41*
  • Fog Signals, Aerial and Submarine, 83
  • Food Investigation Board, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 146 ; Refrigera¬tion Research for, 208
  • Ford Continuous Process of Sheet-Glass Making, 278*
  • Ford Motor Co.' River Rouge Plant, 110,000- kw. Steam Turbine, 740 ' • Three-Engined All-Metal Monoplane, 13510
  • Fordham, W. H., on Geophysical Methods of Surveying and Prospecting, 182
  • Forest Products Research Board, Work of, Report, 144
  • — — Research Laboratory, Princes Ris-borough, 487*, 601*, 695* 731*, 783*, 797*

— * Rangers in Tropical Countries, Engineering for (Review), 255

  • Forgings and Blooms, Steel, Relative Tensile Properties, 791
  • Forms, Travelling, Blaw-Knox, Welland Ship
  • Canal Reconstruction, 102*, 129*, 698* Forshuvudforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant,
  • Sweden, 375*
  • Fort Monckton Rotating Radio Beacon, Ex-periments, 180

— * Worth, Texas, Helium-Extraction Plant, 261 Forth Bridge, Erection of, 843

  • Foster, W. J., on Operation of Turbo-Genera-tors, 854
  • Fottinger Torsion Meter (Lunken Co., Ltd.), 542*
  • Foundations, Bridge, South African Railways, 785

— * Caisson, Ferro-Concrete, Poughkeepsie Bridge, New York, Righting of, 66* — * for New York Life Insurance Building, 36* — * Pile, Quay Wall, Bremerhaven, 159* — * Wells, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 428*

  • — — Union Terminal Building, Cleveland, Ohio, 37*

— * Work, Building, and Mechanical Appli-ances for (Review), 550

  • Foundry Practice, Iron and Steel, Handbook of (Review), 224
  • Fountains, Illuminated, at Barcelona Exhibi¬tion, 324
  • Four-Wheel Drive Motors, Ltd., 48-92 h.p.
  • Rigid Type Six-Wheel Lorry, 618* Fourcault Process of Sheet-Glass Making, 304* Fowler, J.,
  • & Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Road-Spraying and Resurfacing Plant, 41* ; 80-h.p. Ditching Machine, 248* ; 10-ton Oil-Driven Road Roller, 641* ; 150-h.p. Oil-Driven Cable-Ploughing Engine, 702*
  • Fowler, Prof. A., on Standard Wavelengths in the Extreme Ultra-Violet, 298 ; on Spec¬tra at Successive Stages of Ionisation, 534
  • Fowler, R. H., on Electron Emissions and Quantum Mechanics, 298 ; on Ionisation Spectra and Astrophysical Problems, 534
  • Fowler, Sir H.,
  • on Motor Transport in Un-developed Country, 198. See 237 ; on. Locomotive Repairs, 680 ; on the Develop

• * ment of the Steam Locomotive, 790

  • Fox Electric Oil Cleaner 217*
  • Fox, Sir D., and Partners, Beit Railway
  • Bridge, South Africa, 298
  • Framework, Experimental Determination of
  • Stresses in, 710
  • France, Civil Aviation in, 666
  • Coal, Iron and Steel in, 465

— * See also French

  • Francis Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Fraser & Chalmers Engineering Works, Turbo
  • Generators, Hams Hall Power Station,
  • 545, 793*, 795*
  • Free-Wheel Clutch, Gerard, 434
  • French Mines, Electricity Regulations in, 285

— * Navy, Limitation of Armaments, 727 — * State Railways, Automatic Coupler, 350* — * See also France

  • Friction Clutch. See Clutch and Motor Car
  • Details

— * Losses in Bearings, 679, 681, 690, 801*, 811, 836* — * Surface, Experiments with Mr and Water, 69*, 98, 131* — * Tests, Keel-Block Wedges, National Physical Laboratory, 4

  • Frictional Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Friend, Dr. J. N., on Corrodibilities of Metals and Alloys, 358
  • Fromm, Experiments on Fluid Flow in Pipes, 98*, 131*
  • Frost, Accidents to Heating Apparatus Through, 172, 321
  • Froude Experimental Tank, Work of, 53 Fry, L. H., on Tensile Properties of Steel Blooms and Forgings, 791
  • Fuel Conference. See World Power Conference

— * Economy and Loading of Boilers, 796* — * Industry, Problems of, 563 — * Injection, Airless, in Oil Engines, 821 — * Institute of (London Meeting), Presidential Address by Sir D. Milne-Watson, on Problems of Fuel Industry, 563 ; Pul¬verised Fuel for Marine-Type Boilers, by C. J. Jefferson, Engr.-Admiral W. M. Whayman, H. E. Yarrow, E. W. Green and Dr. G. E. K. Blythe, 564 ; Gas, Producers for Metallurgical Furnaces, by J. S. Atkinson, 681 ; Economics of Coke-Oven Gas Utilisation in Industry, by E. C. Evans, 581 ; Heat Insulation, by E. H. Lewis, 581 ; Fuel in the Ceramic Industries, by A. 1. Dale and A. T. Green, 582 ; Annual Dinner, 565 — * Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation — * Motor. See also Alcohol ; Gas ; Motor ; Petrol ; Prodwer — * Oil. See Oil Fuel — * Problems in Electric Power Stations, 649 — * — and Physics, 844 Pump. See Pump — * Research Board, Report on Reactivity of Metallurgical Cokes, 236 ; Report on Maclaurin Carbonisation Plant, Dalmar-nook, 250* ; Report on Work, 778*

  • — — Station, Greenwich, Gravitometric Mea-surement, Density of Gases, 202 ; Report on Fusion Point of Coal Ash, 543* ; Inves¬tigations on Retorts, 779*

— * Smokeless. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation — * 'Utilisation in Ceramic Industries, 582

  • See also Coal ; Oil ; Gas ; Pulverised Coal.
  • Fujii, M., on Japanese Portland Cement
  • Industry, 755
  • Fumes, Sulphurous, Barton Power Station,
  • Nuisance from, 744
  • — From Battersea Power Station, 150
  • — — and Electric Power Stations, Report,
  • 716
  • Funnel, Streamline, S.S. " Bremen," 149*
  • Furnaces, Blast, Damping Down and Re
  • Starting, 355, 364
  • — — Practice (Review), 315
  • — — Use of Hot Blast in, 686

— * Electric, Annealing, at Aron-Hirsch Works, Eberswalde, 390* - * — Heat Treatment, with Globar Heating

  • Elements (British Resistor Co., Ltd.),
  • 814*
  • — — for Metallurgical Research, 359*
  • — Metallurgical, in United States, 684
  • — — Molybdenum-Wire Wound, 448

— * for Nickel-Chromium Alloy Creep Tests, 422* - * — for Non-Ferrous Metals, 368, 380* - * in Sweden, 684 - * — for Vacuum Melting, 368, 512* — * Gas-Fired, for Coal-Ash Fusion-Point Determination, 544* — * Industrial, Design of (Review), 181 —Lehr for Glass Annealing, 278*, 305 — * and Mandrel of Danner Glass-Tube Machine, 277* — * Metallurgical, Gas Producers for, 581 — — Heat Economy in, 684 — * — Heat Insulation of, 581 — * Open-Hearth, Large, Weirton Steel Co., 24o. — * Hearth, Study of Slag, 803

  • Hearth, Use of Blast-Furnace and Coke
  • Oven Gas, 249

— * Physics of, 845 — * Warm-Air, and Heating Systems, 30 — * See also Coke Ovens

  • Fuse Links, Experiments on Blowing in Closed
  • Vessels, 543
  • Fusion Point of Coal Ash, 543*

G.

  • GADFLY Single-Seater Monoplane, 136* Gantry Travellers, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 518*
  • — See also Crane
  • Garrett, It., & Sons, Ltd., Mealie Sheller, 41* Gas or Air, Low-Pressure, Regulator for (Dray
  • ton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.),
  • 345*

— * Blast-Furnace, in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 249

  • — Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide — and Coke Industries, Position of, 564 — Coke Oven. See Coke Oven
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Autumn Meeting, Report on Carbonisation of Durham Coal, 722 ; Report on Use of Creosote in Water-Gas Manufacture, 722 ; Report on Re¬moval and Recovery of Phenol from Am-moniacal Liquor, 722 ; Report on Acti¬vities of Emscher Commission, 722
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX — Industry, Phenol Removal and Recovery, 722
  • — Light & Coke Co., Water-Gas Manufacture Experiments, 722
  • — Liquor Treatment, Cheltenham Sewage-Purification Works, 722
  • — Natural, Controlling and Gauging Wells, Report, 95
  • — — Estimate of World's Resources, 205
  • — — Flow through High-Pressure Pipe Lines, 180
  • — — in Alberta, 733

— * Producer. See Producer — * Supply at NuneatoB. 649 — * Supply at Nuneaton, 649 — * Water, Investigations, Fuel Research

  • Station, 779
  • — — Manufacture, Use of Creosote in, Report,
  • 722
  • — — Sulphur Removal from, 779

— * Welding. See Welding — * Works, Dalmarnock, Maclaurin Carbonisation Plant Tests, 250*

  • Gaseous Ions, Mobility of, 299
  • Gases, Gravitometric Measurement of Changes
  • in Density of, 202

— * Inflammable, Extraction Fan for, 606* — * Ionisation of. See Ionisation — * Laws of, Work of J. Dalton, 25 — * Occlusion in Aluminium Alloys, 453 — * Specific Heat of, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigations, 146

  • — in Steel, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 86

— * See also Carbon Dioxide ; Carbon Monoxide ; Hydrogen ; Nitrogen ; Oxygen, etc.

  • Gasoline. See Petrol ; Engine, Petrol ; .Aero¬nautics
  • Gates, Crest and Regulating, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 516*, 551*
  • — Dock, Horizontal Single-Leaf, for Dry Dock, Hebburn-on-Tyne, 747

— * Entrance Lock, Tilbury Docks Improve-ments (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd.), 396*. See 443 — * Guard, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 7*, 193* — * Sector, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Plant, 221*

  • Gauge-Calibrating Instrument (R. W. Munro & Co., Ltd.), 732*
  • — Dead-Weight, High-Pressure Steam, 256* — Invar, Work of National Physical Labora¬tory, 210

— * Screw, Tapered Ring, Micrometer for, 210* — * Steam, Critical Pressure (Hopkinsons', Ltd.),

  • 655
  • Gauging Flow of Rivers, Utility of, 55
  • Gdynia, Port of, Poland, Progress of, 697
  • Gear Boxes, Motor Car. See Motor-Car Details

— * Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools — Differential. See also Motor-Car Details — * Epicyclic Reversing, Petters' Marine Oil

  • Engine, 333*
  • — Infinitely-Variable, Pitter (Aldwych Engineering Co., Ltd.), 200*
  • — Reduction, Planeto (C. F. Archer), 434

— * Steering. See Motor-Car Details — * Transmission, for Oil-Driven Locomotive, (Kerr, Stuart & Co., Ltd.), 89*

  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marino Pro-pulsion.
  • Gehler, Prof. W., on High-Tensile Alloy Steels for Buildings and Ferro-Concrete Struc¬tures, 755
  • Gelatine Casts of Metallic Surfaces, 33*
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Photoelectric Cells for Blank Inspection, Royal Mint, 48 ; R. U. Powders for Spectroscopic Analysis, 48 ; Turbo-Generators, Hams Hall Power Station, 545, 793* ; Switchgear, Hams Hall Power Station, 829* ; 1,750-kv.-a. Transformers, Hams Hall Power Station, 832*
  • General Electric Co. (Schenectady), Artificial Lighting Discharges, 78 ; 40,000-kv.-a. Alternators and 26,667-kv.-a. Trans¬formers, Conowingo Hydro-Electric De¬velopment, 613* ; 110,000-kw. Vertical Steam Turbine, 740
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools

— * Station. See Power Station

  • Generators, Electric, 40,000-kv.-a. Alternators, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Plant, g13*. See 822
  • — — Balancing Machine for Rotors, 317*
  • — — Commutator-Mica Cutting Machine, 693* — — Commutator and Slip-Ring Grinding Machine, 792*

— * — 30,000-kw. and 1,875-kw., Hams Hall

  • Power Station, 545, 793*, 795*
  • — — High-Voltage, Stator Conductors for,.
  • 215*
  • — Impulse, 1,000,000-volt (Metropolitan
  • Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 20*
  • — Journal Bearings of, 679, 681*, 690*
  • -- Large, Construction of, 822
  • — — Marine Auxiliary, Diesel-Engine Driven,.
  • 821
  • — 90-kw. Oil-Engine Driven (Crossley
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 340*
  • — — 16-kw., Petrol-Engine Driven (W. H.
  • Dorman & Co., Ltd.), 340*
  • — — 800-Watt, Petrol-Engine Driven, Self
  • Contained Lighting Set (R. A. Lister & Co.,
  • Ltd.), 43*
  • — Rolled-Steel Construction for, 725
  • — Sine-Wave Alternators for Meter Testing
  • (J. H. Holmes & Co., Ltd.), 230*
  • — — Steel Ingots for Large Rotors, 215*
  • — 9,000-kv.-a. Three-Phase, Forshuvudforsen Power Plant, 377*
  • — 12,000-kv.-a. Three-Phase, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 221*
  • — — See also Turbo-Generators
  • Genoa, Port of, 474

— * Royal School of Naval Engineering, 474 Geo-Electrical Methods of Ore Prospecting, 685 Geology of Gold (Review), 212

  • Geometry, Method of Drawing an Ellipse, 577*

— * Practical, and Engineering Graphics (Re-view), 761

  • Geophysical Methods Locating OilDeposits, 63* — of Surveying and Prospecting, 182

— * Survey of Australia, 530

  • Gerard Free-Wheel Clutch, 434
  • German Cruiser " Bremse," Salvage of, 782
  • — Engineering Trades and Metallurgical Industries, Relations Between, 426

— * Foundation Work Practice (Review), 550 — * Liner, Maier Form, Particulars, 413, 541*, 571 — * Mines, Electricity Regulations in, 285 — * Navy, Cruiser " Ersatz-Preussen," Arma-ment and Protection, 419*, 430 — * State Railways, 1,200-h.p. Diesel-Com-pressed-Air Locomotive, 748*

  • Germany, Civil Aviation in, 666

— * Coal, Iron and Steel in, 465 — * Economic and Financial Conditions in,. Report, 502 — * Engineering Wages in, 438 — * Export Rebates in, 426 — * Port Improvements at Bremerhaven and. Bremen, 159* — * Republican, Political and Economic Study (Review), 369 — * World Power Conference, Berlin, 714

  • Gherardi, B., on Telephonic Communication in. United States, 823
  • Gibson, T. S. F., the Late, 294
  • Gilchrist and Thomas, Jubilee Souvenir, 418 Gilkey, H. J., on Tensile Autogenous Healing
  • of Portland-Cement Mixtures, 450*
  • Gill, C. S., on Damping Down and Re-Starting
  • Blast Furnaces, 364. See 355 Gillespie,'Prof. P., the Late, 140
  • Gilly, R., cn Turbo-Compressors in Refriger¬ating Plants, 855
  • tipsy 100-h.p. Aero Engine, 106*
  • Gipsy-Moth Amphibian Aeroplane, 74*
  • Girders, Bridge, Strengthening by Electric Welding, 687*, 719*. See 711, see LETTER, 781
  • Leading-in, Tilbury Docks Dry Dock, 398* Glacier, Rhone, Rate of Melting, 61
  • " Gladiator," S.S., Fracture of Boiler Stop. Valve, 172
  • Glahome, J. W., Experimental Wood Preserva¬tion Plant, 799*
  • Glasgow, Dalmarnock Gas Works, Maclaurin Carbonisation Plant, Tests, 250*

— * Royal Technical College, Calendar, 388 ; Report, 781

  • Glass-Bottle Making Machinery, 27*, 91*, 153* --Forming Machinery, Modern, 27*, 91*, 153*, 277*, 304*

— * Lehr for Annealing, 278*, 305 — * Sheet and Plate, Manufacture of, 277*, 304*. — * Tubes, Manufacture of, Danner Machine, 277* — * Window, Prismatic (Holophane, Ltd.), 447* Glasspoole, Dr. J. G., on Rainfall over the British Isles, 55

  • Glassware, Illumination, and Carriers, Speci-fication, 141
  • Gleijeses, Prof. M., on Breadth, Draught and Initial Stability of Ships, 414
  • Glenfield & Kennedy, Ltd., 9-ft. Free-Discharge Needle Valve, 109* ; Tilting-Disc Valve, 344* ; Electrically-Operated Sluice Valve, 346 ; Penstocks, Tilbury Docks, 396*
  • Gleniffer Motors, Ltd., 80-h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 449*
  • Glenny & Henderson, Gadfly Monoplane with Rotary Ailerons, 136*
  • Globar Electric Heating Elements, 814* Glossop, W. & J., Ltd., Road-Maintenance Machine, 645*
  • Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd., Gnatsnapper Single-Seater Ship Aeroplane, 104* ; Survey Aeroplane, 104 ; Variable-Pitch Airscrew, 104* ; Fuel Pump, 105*
  • Gnatsnapper Ship Aeroplane, 104*
  • Gobbing Packer, Compressed-Air, for Collieries (Demag A.-G.), 497
  • Godfrey Engineering Co., Ltd., Oxygen-Jet Cutting Machine, 407*
  • Gold, Crystallisation from Liquid State, 355

— * Geology of (Review), 212 — * Mines, Rand, Compressed-Air Supply for, 479*, 510*. See 270

  • — — Witwatersrand, Atmospheric Conditions in, 602
  • — — Witwatersrand, Siliceous Dust Control in, 603

— * Production, Western Australia, 475

  • Goodrich, W. E., on Volume Changes During Solidification of Metals and Alloys, 659
  • Goodwin, Barsby & Co., Ltd., 30-in. Stone Granulator, 631* Lever Stone Breaker, 631* ; Fine-Crushing Rolls, 632*
  • Gorfinkel, A., on Critical Speeds of Crankshafts, 827*
  • Gothenburg and Immingham, Proposed Train Ferry Between, 442
  • Goulburn Valley, Australia, Eildon Dam Fail¬ure, 444*. See LETTERS, 476, 507
  • Government Railways. See Railways
  • Governor Gear, 10,200-h.p. Lawaczeck Turbine, 375*
  • Grades, Momentum, South African Railways, 785
  • " Graf Zeppelin " Airship, Propeller-Shaft Failures, 481
  • Grain Cars, Unloading Machine for (Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd.), 163*, 257*

— * Temperature-Indicating Apparatus, 21 Grampian Electricity Supply Company's Bill, Rejection of, 778

  • Granites, Cape, Spectroscopic Investigation of Yttrium in, 298
  • Granlo Substation, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 288*
  • Grant, A. J., Welland Ship Canal Reconstruc-tion, 7*, 101*, 129*, 191*, 365*, 462*, 577*,
  • 688*, 697*, 763*, 832*
  • Granulator, Stone, 30-in. (Goodwin, Barsby Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • Graphics, Engineering, and Practical Geometry (Review), 761
  • Grates. See Furnace ; Stoker.
  • Gravel Pump, Centrifugal (Ruston ( Hornsby, Ltd.), 642*

— * and Sand-Washing Plant (F. Parker, Ltd.), 632*

  • Graving Dock. See Dock.
  • Gravitometric Measurement of Gas Density
  • Changes, 202
  • Greases, Lubricating, 836
  • Great Britain, Electric Power Supply Scheme for, 147. See 271
  • — — Motor-Cycle Industry in, 824
  • — — Port Facilities of, Report, 810
  • — — Shipbuilding in, 652
  • -7- Indian Peninsula Railway, Kalyan Power
  • Station, 723

— * Western Railway, Brunel's Work on, 607. See 599* ; Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, 599*. See 608

  • " Great Western," S.S., 608
  • Greaves, W. M. H., on Colour Temperature of Stars, 534
  • Green, A. T., on Fuel Utilisation in Ceramic Industries, 582
  • Green, E. W., on Pulverised Fuel for Marine Boilers, 564 Boilers, 5(54
  • Green, E., & Son, Ltd., Economisers, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425*
  • Greenwich Fuel Research Station, Gravito-, metric Measurement, Density of Gases, 202 Greenwood & Batley, Ltd., 125-k.w. Marine Auxiliary Turbo-Generator, 571* ; Hele-Shaw Beacham Oil Pump, 739* Gresley-Yarrow High-Pressure Locomotive Boiler, 850*
  • Gribble, C. on Factors of Safety and Bridge Maintenance, 789
  • Grierson, W. W., on Transport by Canal and Railway, 607. See 599*
  • Griffiths, Dr. E., on Refrigeration Research in Great Britain, 208 ; on Research Work
  • of National Physical Laboratory, 385 Griffiths, E. A., on Refrigeration Work in South Africa, 208
  • Griffiths, G. J., on Reconstruction of Grosvenor Canal, 19
  • Grigsby, E., on Effect of Slags on Firebricks, 168
  • Grimethorpe Colliery, Switchboard Accident in, 712 .
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools. — Operations, Dangers of, 175
  • Grist & Co., Macrome Process for Tool Steel, 693
  • Gritting Machine, Road (T. Coleman & Sons, Ltd.), 634* ; (Johnston Bros.), 644*
  • Grog, Effect on Fireclay, 448
  • Grosvenor Canal, London, Reconstruction, 19
  • Grove Road Power Station, London, Experiments on Absorption of Fumes, 716
  • Grubb, Sir H., Parsons & Co., 36-in. Reflecting Telescope, Edinburgh Observatory, 288*, 371*, 431*, 488*
  • Guard Gates, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruc-tion, 7*, 193*
  • Gunboats. See Warships.
  • Gunnery and Ordnance, Text Book of (Review) 255
  • Guns, Air, for Hot Patching of Refractories, — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Gwyer, Dr. A. G. C., on Aluminium and its Alloys, 353
  • Gyroscopic Stabiliser, Journal Bearings of, 690

H.

  • HAAS, Dr. M., on an Improved Differential Dilatometer, 424*. See 354
  • Hadfield, Sir R., on Empire Developments, 411. See LETTER 476 ; on Heat Economy in Metallurgical Furnaces, 684 ; on Industrial Applications of Alloy Steels, 685
  • Hadfields, Ltd., Stone Breaker with Grading Screen, 631*
  • Haefely & Co., High-Voltage Transformers, National Physical Laboratory, 200*
  • Hall, J. & E., Ltd., Research on Leakage of
  • Heat into Ships' Insulated Holds, 165* Hall, S., Pioneer of Surface Condenser, 284 Hamada, H., on Diesel-Engine Shipbuilding in Japan, 753
  • Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 221*, 286*
  • Hammer Blow on Bridges and Locomotive Balancing, 118*, 241, 507*
  • Hams Hall Power Station, Birmingham, 545*, 663*, 759*, 793*, 829*. See 597
  • Hanke Drawing-Board Tilting Attachment, 657*
  • Hankins, Dr. G. A., on Springs and Spring Materials, 725
  • Hanomag Boiler, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 225*, 252*,312*
  • Harbour, Port Colborne, Weland Ship Canal, 763*, 832*

— * South African, Engineering Problems of, 783. See 239 — * Structures, Investigations on, 754 — * See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Hardening of Superhardened Steel by Magnetism, 384, 569*

— * Metals. See also Heat Treatment under Metallurgy

  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials) Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Launch of M.S. " Britannic," 174 ; M.S. " Llangibby Castle," 715 ; M.S. " Winchester Castle," 716 Harrington, D., (in Metal-Mine Ventilation, 197 Harrogate Show, Royal Agricultural Society, 40*, 89*
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H., on Fabrication of Acid-Resisting Steel Plant, 567
  • Hatfield Main Colliery, Doncaster, Electromagnetic Tester for Winding Ropes at, 116 Hatt, Prof. W. K., on Properties of Concrete, 725
  • Hattori, S., on Iron and Steel Industry in Japan, 685
  • Hawk Moth Four-Seater Monoplane, 106* Hawker Engineering Co., Ltd., Tomtit Training Aeroplane, 74*
  • Hawkins, J. C., on Irrigation in the Union of South Africa, 278. See 270
  • Hawksley Lecture on Critical Relations Between Water and Steam, 595*. See LETTER, 813
  • Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd., R. & W., Launch of H.M. Destroyer "Antelope " 147
  • Hay, H. H. D., Culverts, Portishead Power Station, 654
  • Hazen, Dr. A., on Safety in Dam Construction, 789
  • Healing, Autogenous, Portland-Cement Mix-tures, 450*
  • Health, Industrial, Research Board, Report. 268

— * Ministry of, Report on Waterworks Clauses Acts, 532

  • Heat and Corrosion-Resisting Steel, 768

— * Economy in Metallurgical Furnaces, 684 — * Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Aero¬nautics

  • — Flow Diagram, Mannheim Electric Power Station, 228*

— * Insulation of Furnaces, 581 — * Leakage into Ships' Insulated Holds, Report, 165* — * Losses in Kilns, 582 — * Mechanical Theory of, Researches of S. P. Joule, 25 — * Specific. See Specific Heat — * Storage System, Oil-Electric (Browns' Dyers, Ltd.), 655 — * Transmission through Chromium-Plated Brass Condenser Tubes, 5

  • — — Work of 0. Reynolds on, 57

— * Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy — * Waste. See Waste Heat • Heaters, Air, Usco, Hams Hall Power Station, 663 — * Feed-Water. See Feed-Water Heater Heating Apparatus, Explosions through Frost, 172, 321 — * Buildings with Steam Radiators, 216 — * Steam, Central Plant., Winnipeg, 609* -- Systems and Warm-Air Furnaces for Buildings, 30

  • Heaton Carriage-Washing Shed, Welded Roof Truss, 719*
  • Hebburn-on-Tyne, Reconstruction of Dry Dock Entrance, 747
  • Heenan, Major J. N. D., on Corrosion of Metal by Flowing Water, 59*
  • Hele-Shaw Beacham Variable-Pitch Aerial Propeller 104* ; Oil Pump, 739*
  • Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Helium-Extraction Plants, United States, 251, 325, 651
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Herbert, A., Ltd., Coal Pulverisers, Hams Hall
  • Power Station, 663* ; 13-in. Combination Turret Lathe, 838*
  • Herbert, E. G., on Hardening of Superhardened Steel by Magnetism, 569*. See 384
  • Herbert, T. M., on Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 369. See Erratum, 439
  • Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh, Retirement of Prof. R. Stanfield, 47, 537 ; Calendar, 418
  • Hibberd, F. C., de Co., Ltd., 10-h.p. Petrol-Driven Locomotive, 627*
  • Hick, Hargreaves & Co., Ltd., Condensing Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 760*
  • Higashiyama Tunnel, Ventilation of, 754 High-Speed Steel. See Steel
  • — Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials),
  • Highways. See Roads
  • Hilger, A., Ltd.,Spectrograph for 36-in. Reflecting Telscope, Edinburgh Observa-tory, 488* • Use of Spectrograph for Metallurgical Analysis, 841
  • Hillhouse, Prof. P. A., on Shipbuilding in Great Britain, 652
  • Hind, S. R., on Effect of Grog on Fireclay, 448 Hiraga, Vice-Admiral Y., on Ships for Japanese Navy, 753
  • Hirol, I., on Prevention of Damage to Engineer¬ing Structures by Earthquakes, 754
  • Hirsch Kupfer and Messingwerk A.-G., Electric Furnaces, 389*
  • Hispano-Suiza Aero Engines, 134*
  • History of Mechanical Inventions (Review), 445 H.M.SS. See under Warships
  • Hodgkinson, E., Work of, 57
  • Hodgkinson, F., on Journal Bearing Practice, 690*. See 679, 681*, 768*. See LETTER, 780 Hodzumi, Capt. R., on Life-Saving Devices for Japanese Submarines, 754
  • Hoehn, E., on Strength of Dished-End Drums, 1*. See LETTERS, 417, 555
  • Hoffenberg, S. N., on Mining Operations on the Rand, 270
  • Hofmeyr, J. H., on Africa and Science, 207 Hoist, Pneumatic (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 646 — See also Cranes
  • Hoisting Block, Electric (Bamag-Meguin (Great Britain), Ltd.), 574*
  • Holds, Insulated, Leakage of Heat into, Report, 165*
  • Holes, Surface Finish of, 33*
  • Holland, Engineering Wages in, 438
  • — See also Dutch
  • Holmes, J. H., & Co., Ltd., Castle Sine-Wave Alternators for Meter Testing, 230*
  • Holophane, Ltd., Prismatic Window Glass,447*
  • Home Office Report, Factories and Workshops, 175 ; Prevention of Accidents in Cotton-Spinning Mills, 269 ; Safety Precautions for Transmission Mechanisms, 472
  • Honda, Prof. K., on Metallurgical Science in Japan, 824
  • Honda's Theory, Properties of Low-Expansion Nickel Steel, 401
  • " Hood," H.M.S., Dimensions and Perform-ance, 540, 571*
  • Hopf, Experiments on Fluid Flow in Pipes, 98*, 131*
  • Hopkinson, John, Presentation of Portrait to Institution of Electrical Engineers, 651
  • Hopkinsons, Ltd., Motor-Operated Steam Valves, 620*, 663* ; Critical Pressure Steam Gauge, 655
  • Hopper Dredger. See Dredger
  • Iro-rnblower, J., Memorial to, 555
  • Hornet 82-h.p. Aero Engine, 105*
  • Horological Work at National Physical Laboratory, 211
  • Horseley Bridge and Engineering Co., Ltd., Scherzer Rolling-Lift Bridge, Tilbury
  • Docks Entrance Lock, 397*. See 443
  • Hot Patching of Retorts, Methods and Materials 447
  • — Wire Anemometers, Whirling-Arm Experi-ments, National Physical Laboratory, 6 Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • House-Refuse Collecting Cart, Low-Loading (Tuke & Bell, Ltd.), 638*
  • — — Container Collecting System (Shelvoke & Drewry, Ltd.), 638*
  • Hovgaard, Prof. W.,
  • on Reduction of Naval Armaments, 116; on Armament and Pro-tection in,10,000-_TonCruisers and "Ersatz
  • Preussen," 419*. See 430 ; on Deflections and Stresses in Pipe Bends, 787
  • Howden-Zoelly 5,000-kw. Steam Turbine,
  • Winnipeg Stand-By Power Station, 610* Hudson, Dr. 0. F., on Locomotive Firebox
  • Stays and Plates, 369. See Erratum, 439 — River, Poughkeepsie Bridge, Righting
  • Foundation Caisson for, 66*

- * — Tunnel, Failure of Cast-Iron Lining, 843 Hull, British Gas Light Co., Water-Gas Manu-facture Experiments, 772 — * Port of, Accommodation at, 202

  • Hultgren, A., on Crystallisation and Segregation
  • in Steel Ingots, 816*, 851*. See 383 Humber, Ltd., 23-73 h.p. Six-Cylinder Motor
  • Car, 521*
  • Humboldt Boiler, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 225*, 252*, 312* Humidity Conditions and Temperatures of Mine Atmospheres, 602
  • Hunt & Mitton, Ltd., Sectional Mechanical Lubricator, 478*
  • Hurricanes and Tornadoes, Recent, 127 Hydraulic Dredgers, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 366* 463*, 578*, 698

— * Feeds for Machine Tools, 821

    • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
    • Power Plant. See Power Plant

— * Pumps. See Pump — * Turbines. See Turbines ; Pelton Wheels ;

  • Power Plant
  • Hydraulics, Assouan Dam Sluices, Report on
  • Calibration, 119*. See 415*, 845*
  • — Flow in Pipes and Channels, 69*, 98*, 131*
    • Mechanics of Movable Weir, 201, 260
    • Pelton-Wheel Nozzles, Unsteady Jet Flow from, 701*
    • Sluice-Discharge Measurements at. Assouan Dam, 415*. See LETTER, 845*. Seealso119*
    • See also Hydrodynamics ; Irrigation ; Water Hydrodynamical Theory of Lubrication, 679, 801*, 811
  • Hydrodynamics, Discharge over Rectangular Weirs, 855
    • Flow in Pipes and Channels, 69*, 98*, 131*, 788
  • — — through Valves with Conical Seats, 787
    • Stream Velocity, Measurements by Air Bubbles, 788

—** Technical, Turbulence in, 788

    • Wave Resistance of Submerged Body in a
  • Shallow Sea, 754
  • — Work of 0. Reynolds on, 57

— * See also Ship Resistance

  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant Hydrogen Sulphide, Nuisance from Artificial Silk Manufacture, 300
  • Hydrogenation of Coal, Fuel Research Station Investigations, 780
  • — of Japanese Coal, 820
  • Hydrology of the Portsmouth District, 55

I.

  • IBE, T., on Building Legislation in Japan, 764 Ice Crystals, Röntgen Ray Investigations, 596*

— * See also Refrigeration

  • Ikeda, Prof. K., on Copper Metallurgy in
  • Japan, 824
  • "Ile de France," S.S., Dimensions and Data, 573
  • Illinois Coals, 249

— * University of, Investigation of Warm-Air Heating Furnaces, 30 ; Investigation of Steam Radiators, 216

  • Illuminating Engineering in Japan, 823

— * Systems for Lighthouses, 51

  • Illumination, Electric Lighting, Engineering Aspects, 823

— * Glassware and Carriers, Specification, 141 — * Exterior, Designing, 823 — * See also Light ; Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric

  • Immingham and Gothenburg, Proposed Train
  • Ferry between, 442
  • Impact on Railway Bridges, 118*, 241, 507*

— * Tests. See Tests (Materials)

  • Imperial College of Science, Experiments on Detonation in Petrol Engines, 219*. 272*. See LETTER, 386 ' • Department of Aero¬nautics, Syllabus, 418

— * Development Planning, Suggestions on, 411. See LETTER, 476 — * Economic Conference, Proposed, and Empire Trade, 113

  • Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Inada, S., on Telegraph and Telephone Communication in Japan, 823
  • Incandescent Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • Indal River, Sweden, Hammarforsen Hydro Electric Power Plant, 221* 286*
  • India, Allahabad-Jumna Railway Bridge,
  • Impact Tests on, 507*
  • — Import Trade of, Report, 262

— * Irrigation Works in, 177, 600

  • Kalyan Electric Power Station, 723
  • — Madras, Metur Dam, Cost of, 259
  • — Rubber. See Rubber
  • Indian Peninsula Railway, Great, Kalyan Power Station, 723
  • Indicator Diagrams, Three-Cylinder Compound Marine Engine, 465*. See LETTER, 507

— * Navigation Lights for Ships (Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 348 — * Speed, and Ship's Log, 753

  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric

— * Motor. See Motor, Electric — * See Electric

  • Industrial Accident. See Accidents
    • Agreements and Disputes. See Labour ; Labour Notes
    • Alcohol. See Alcohol ; Motor Fuels
    • Chemistry. See Chemistry
    • Economics. See Labour
    • Engineering, Elements of (Review), 225
    • Fatigue. See Labour
    • Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Health Research Board, Report, 268
    • Management. See Works Management
    • Notes. See Labour Notes under Labour
    • Research. See Research
  • Industries. See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Industry and Commerce, Association for Educa-tion in, Conference, 18
    • Electrical, and Science, Fifty Years of, 650
    • Motor-Cycle, in Great Britain, 824
    • and State Control, 844
    • and Trade, Committee on, Final Report, 713 Inflammable Gases, Extraction Fan for, 606*

•* Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., Single-Cylinder Air Compressor, 626*

  • Ingots, Reduction of Shrinkage Cavities in, 368, 512*
    • Steel, Crystallisation and Segregation in, 383, 816*, 851*
    • for Turbo-Alternator Construction, 215* Inland Navigation. See Navigation ; Canals ; Rivers, &c.
  • Inokuty, Prof. A., Technical Papers of (Review), 760
  • Inokuty, Prof. T., on Torsional Stress in Ship's Hull, 788
  • Inouye, K., on Mercantile Shipbuilding in Japan, 753
  • Inspection, Aircraft, by Lloyd's Register, 505 Institute of Transport. See Transport

— * See Institutions

  • Institution, Royal. See Royal Institution

— * Technical, Board of Education List of, 203

  • — — Proposed Central Building for, 504
  • — — and Scientific. See Aeronautical Society,
  • Royal ; Agricultural Society, Royal ; Arts, Royal Society of ; Australia, Institu¬tion of Engineers ; Automobile Engineers,
  • Institution of ; British Association ;

British Engineers' Association ; British Waterworks Association ; Ceramic Society ; Ceramic Society, American ; Chemical Engineers, Institution of ; CiVil Engineers, Institution of ; Commerce and Industry, Association for Education in ; Concrete Institute, American ; Devonshire Associa-tion ; Diesel Engine Users' Association ; Electrical Engineers, Institution of ; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institu¬tion of ; Faraday Society ; Fuel, Institute of ; Gas Engineers, Institution of ; Iron and Steel Institute ; Iron and Steel Institute, American ; Junior Institution of Engineers; Marine Engineers, Institute of ; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of ; Metals, Institute of ; Meteorological Society, Royal ; Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Institute of ; 'Mining and Metal¬lurgy, Institution of ; Municipal Electrical Association ; Naval Architects, Institution of ; Newcomen Society North East Coast

  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders ; Optical Society ; Petroleum Technologists, Institution of ; Physical Society ; Physics, Institute of ; Royal Institution ; South Wales Institute of Engineers ; Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, Asso¬ciation of ; Steelworks Association, British ; Structural Engineers, Institution of ; Superising Electrical Engineers, Associa-tion of ; Testing Materials, American Society for ; Transport, Institute of ; West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute
  • Insulated Holds, Ships', Leakage of Heat into, Report,165*
  • Insulating Materials, Resistance Tests of, 272, 657*, 689•
  • Insulation, Heat, of Furnaces, 581

— * See also Electric

  • Insurance, Workmen's. See Labour
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronau¬tics ; Engines ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • International Aero Exhibition, Olympia, 72*, 102*, 132*. See Erratum, 197
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Hams Hall Power Station, Birmingham, 545*, 663*, 759*, 793*, 829*. See 597
  • International Construction Co., Ltd., 125-ton Hot-Metal Mixer Car, 537*
    • Convention, Safety of Life at Sea, 50
    • Electro-Technical Commission, Standard Specifications for Steam Turbines, 53
    • Exhibition of Inventions, 434
    • Lighthouse Conference, 50, 82
    • Steam Tables, 3, 49 ; Conference on, 751. See LETTERS 813, 840
    • Telephone Communication, 556, 581
    • Temperature Scales, Comparison of, 146
    • Trade. See Trade
  • Invar Gauges, National Physical Laboratory
  • Work on, 210
  • Inventions, International Exhibition, 434

— * Mechanical, History of (Review), 445 — * See also Patents

  • Ionisation Electrometers, 298

— * Spectra and Astrophysical Problems, 534 Tons, Gaseous, Mobility of, 299

  • Ireland, J., on Monet Metal in Engineering and Shipbuilding, 19
  • Iron Alloys Research Committee, Investiga¬tions, 86
    • — See also Metallurgy and Steel Corrosion. See Corrosion
    • Foundry. See Foundry
    • Furnaces. See Furnace*
    • Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
    • Manufacture. See Furnace, Blast; Metallurgy
    • Ore. See Ore
    • Pig, Prices. See Metcd-Price Diagrams
    • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mille
    • Steel and Coal in Europe, 485
    • Foundry Practice, Handbook of (Review), 224
    • Imports, River Tees, 723
    • Industry in Japan, 685
  • Iron and Steel Institute :
  • Autumn Meeting, Newcastle-upon-Tyne :
  • Programme, 230, 293
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 355
  • Reports of Discussions, 355, 383
  • Visits and Excursions, 383
  • Damping Down and Re-Starting of Blast
  • Furnaces, by C. S. Gill, 364. See 355 Wire for Mining Ropes, by A. T. Adam, 361. See 355
  • Crystallisation and Segregation in Small 1.10 per cent. Carbon-Steel Ingots, by A. Hultgren, 816*, 851*. See 383
  • High Elastic-Limit Structural Steels, by J. A. Jones, 482. See 383
  • Coalescence of Pearlite, by J. H. Whiteley, 384
  • Hardening of Superhardened Steel by Magnetism, by E. G. Herbert, 569*. See 384
  • Electrical Conductivity of Magnesite and other Refractory Materials, by Prof.
  • E. Diepschlag and E. Wulfestieg, 385 Correlation of Fatigue and Overstress, by Prof. J. H. Smith, C. A. Connor and F. H. Armstrong, 605*, 661*
  • Iron and Steel Institute, American, Large Open-Hearth Furnaces, by F. A. King, 249 ; Blast-Furnace and Coke-Oven Gas in Open-Hearth Furnaces, F. E. Leahy, 249 ; Regenerative Principles in the Steel Industry, by T. J. McLoughlin, 249 ; Functions of Steel Plant Metallurgy, by R. E. Sherlock, 249 ; Silica as a Refrac-tory in Steel Industry, by R. V. Sosman, 249 ; Illinois Coals, by Prof. S. W. Parr, 249 ; X-Ray Studies of Cold-Worked Steel, by F. C. Elder, 250 ; Thermit Welding and the Steel Mill, by J. H. Deppeler, 803 ; Fatigue of Metals, by Prof. H. F. Moore, 803 ; Steels Growing Service to Civilisation, by E. F. Kenney, 803 ; Waste Prevention and Salvage as Applied to the Steel Industry, by F. Parrish, 803 ; Study of Basic Open-Hearth Slag by Solidification Tests, by E. J. Janitzky, 803
  • — — Microphotographs of (Review), 550

— * — Works. See TVorks

    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Swedish, Manufacture, 685
    • Testa. See Tests (Materials)

-- Welding. See Welding

    • Wrought, Arch-Bar Failure, Boston and Maine Railroad, 269
    • Standard Specification, 233
    • See also Cast Iron ; Steel ; Pig Iron ;
  • Metallurgy
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Columns ;
  • Roofs ; Steelwork ; Structures
  • Irrigation Schemes, River Murray, Australia, 93

— * Schistosomiasis and Malaria in Relation to, Report, 503 — * in South Africa, 278. See 270 -- Works in India, 177, 600

  • Irrigation. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Isakairs and Isophenes, Floral, 846
  • Ishii, Prof. S., on Kinematography Applied to
  • Metal Cutting, 821
  • Ishikawa, Dr. T., on Non-Ferrous Alloys for
  • Marine Purposes, 824
  • Isono, T., on Asynchronous Condensers, 822
  • Isophenes and Isakairs, Floral, 846
  • Isotta Fraschini Aero Engines, 134
  • Italian Experimental Tank, Rome, 473
    • Locomotives, Improvements in, 791
    • Navy, Battleship Caracciolo," Dimensions and Performance, 541*, 571*
    • — Limitation of Armaments, 727
    • Railways, Electric Power Supply for, 724 — — Improvements, 653
    • Road Construction (Review), 265 Italy, Civil Aviation in, 666
    • Electric Supply in, 724
    • High-Tension Underground Cables in, 790
    • Hydro-Electric Plants in, 855
    • Shipbuilding in, 413
  • Iwatake, M., on Suspension Insulators, 789

J

  • JACKSON, Admiral Sir H. B., the Latd, 802
  • Jackson, D. C., on Railroad Electrification in
  • United States, 653
  • Jacob, G. S., on Widening of Basin Entrance,
  • Devonport Dockyard, 747
  • Jacobin', 0., on Electric Traction in Italy, 724
  • Janitzky, E. J., on Basic Open-Hearth Slag, 803
  • Japan, Aeronautical Research Institution, Report on, 853
    • Agano River, Kanose Hydro-Electric Station, 789
    • Agricultural Oil Engines in, 821
    • Bridge Engineering in, 788
    • Building Legislation in, 754
    • 66,000-Volt Cables, Atami Substation, 789
    • Copper Metallurgy in, 824
    • Earthquakes and Building Practice in, 754
    • Electric Welding in, 823
    • Electrical Units and Standards in, 822
    • Electricity Supply in, 724
    • Fishing Boats in, 652
    • Illuminating Engineering in, 823
    • Metallurgical Science in, 824
    • Railway Maintenance and Operation in, 755
    • Steam Turbine Development in, 854
    • Steel and Iron Industry in, 685
    • Telegraph and Telephone Communication in, 823
    • World Engineering Congress in. See Engin-eering Congress
    • Power Conference, Tokyo Sectional Meeting, 71#, 745
  • Japanese Agriculture, Electricity in, 822
    • Coals, Cleaning of, 820
    • — Hydrogenation of, 820
    • Government Railways, Electrification of, 755 ; Locomotives and Rolling Stock, 755 ; Power Signalling and Interlocking on, 755 ; Snow Removal and Protection on, 755 ; Tanna Tunnel Construction, 754 ; Ventlation of Tunnels, 754
    • Hydro-Electric Plants, Utilisation of, 789
    • Mercantile Shipbuilding, 753
    • Motorships, 753
    • Navy, Life-Saving Devices for Submarines, 754

- * — Limitation of Armaments, 727 — Ships of, 753 — * Portland-Cement Industry, 755

  • Jasper, T. M., on Vessels for High-Pressure and Temperature Service, 855
  • Jefferson, C. J., on Pulverised Fuel for Marine Boilers, 564
  • Jenkins, R. on the Art of Water Drawing, 716 Jensen, S. J. F., on Determination of Antimony
  • and Arsenic in Antimony Regulus, 726 Jet Flow, Unsteady, Pelton-Wheel Nozzles,701* Jetties, Timber, Tilbury Docks Entrance, 397' Jewett, F. B.,
  • on Telephonic Communication in United States, 823
  • Johnson, B., & Son, Trench-Tamping Machine, 647*
  • Johnson, Lieut.-Col. P. on Transport in Road-less Countries, 123*. See 238
  • Johnston Brothers, Portable Asphalt Plant, 644' ; Road-Gritting Machine, 644*
  • Joints, Contraction, Dam, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 517*

— * Expansion, Distribution Pipe Line, Winni¬peg Central Steam-Heating Plant, 611* — * Pipe, Compressed-Air Supply, Rand Mines, 510* — * Socket, Earthquake-Proof, for Water Mains, 754

  • Jointing and Bending, Pipe and Tube (Review), 317
  • Jolimont Railway Yard, Melbourne, Proposed Building over, 418
  • Jollyman, J. P., on Extra High-Voltage Transmission, 789
  • Jones, J. A., on High Elastic-Limit Structural Steels, 482. See 383
  • Jones, J. H., on Sluice-Discharge Measurements at Assouan, 415*. See LETTER, 845*
  • Jones, W., Ltd., 2k-Ton Oil-Engine Locomotive, 628*
  • Joule, J. P., Researches of, 25
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Jung, K., High-Speed Grinding Machines with Hydraulic Feed, 589*
  • Jumna River, Allahabad Railway Bridge, Impact Tests on, 507*
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Annual Report, 567 ; Coal and Coal Cleaning, by R. H. Allen, 574 ; Electric Welding as Applied to Railway Bridges and Other Structures, by H. Bruff, 687", 719". See 711. See LETTER, 781 •, Presidential Address, by Sir E. W. Moir, on Some Engineering Difficulties, 843
  • Jupiter Series VIII F., Aero Engine, 76"

K.

  • KALYAN Electric Power Station, India, 723
  • Kanamaru, Y., on Farm Engines in Japan, 821
  • Kanose Hydro-Electric Station, Japan, 789
  • Kansas, Dexter ; Helium-Extraction Plant, 251
  • Kasahara, T., on Reconstruction Works of Tokyo and Land Adjustments, 754
  • Kato, S., on Fishing Boats in Japan, 652
  • Keel Block Wedges, Friction Tests, National Physical Laboratory, 4
  • Keeney, R. M., on Application of Power to Metallurgy in United States, 684
  • Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd., Motor-Driven Sounding Machine, 342*
  • Kelvin Medal, Award to A. Blondel, 46, 529, 597
  • Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425*, 455*, 563
  • Kennedy, Sir A. B. W., Memorial to, 563 Kenney, E. F., on Steel's Growing Service to Civilisation, 803
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Combustion-Efficiency Meter, 339* ; Portable Air Meter, 736
  • Kentucky Oxygen and Hydrogen Co., Dexter Helium-Extraction Plant, 251
  • Kenya, Road Transport in, 123
  • Kerb and Channel Machine, Concrete (Winget, Ltd.), 634*
  • Kerr, Stuart & Co., Ltd., Transmission Gear for 30-h.p. Oil-Driven Locomotive, 89
  • Keys, C. M., on Civil Aviation, 853
  • Keys and Keyways, Standard Specification, 47

— * Tapered Steel, South African Railways, 784

  • " Kildrummy," S.S., Explosion of Vertical Boiler, 514
  • Kilns, Heat Losses in, 582

— * Rotary Cement, Thermal Inefficiency of, 447 — * Timber-Drying, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 488*, 797*

  • Kinematographic Camera, Ultra-Speed, for Aeronautical Research, 853
  • Kinematography Applied to Metal Cutting, 821 King, F. A., on Large Open-Hearth Furnaces, 249
  • King, J. F., on Ship Experiments and Theories, 651
  • King, R. 0., on Detonation in Internal-Com-bustion Engines, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • King's College Centenary Appeal and Work of Engineering Department, 563
  • Kingsbury Bearings, 679, 682, 690*, 768*. See LETTER, 780

— * — Conowingo Hydro-Electric Plant, 613* Kirkstall Power Station, Electrically-Controlled Stop Valves, 620*

  • Klapper, E., on Conversion of Combined Metric Units into British Units, 490. See Errata, 677
  • Klemm-Salmson Two-Seater Monoplane, 135* Kobayashi, M., on Electrical Transmission of Pictures, 823
  • Komaru, T., on Features of the Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, 854
  • Korber, Prof. F., on the Yield Point in Boiler Construction, 855
  • Kotschubey, N., on Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 822 Kraberhall Pin Lock Nut, 292
  • Kudo, S., on Water Power and Steam Power in Japan, 789
  • Kurosawa, R., on Designing Exterior Illumi-nation, 823

L.

  • LABORATORY, Air Ministry, Experiments on Detonation in Petrol Engines, 219*, 272.* See LETTER, 386

- * for Cold Working of Steel, Sheffield Univer-sity, 54 Cold-Rolling Mill, 729* - * Equipment, Metallurgy Department, National Physical Laboratory, 86 - * Research, Forest Products, Princes Risborough, 487*, 601*, 695*, 731*, 783*, 797*

  • Labour :
  • Cotton-Spinning Mills, Prevention of Accidents in, 269
  • Home Office Inspector's Report, Factories and Workshops, 175

• * Industrial Fatigue Report, Psychological Tests of Abilities, 14 - * - Research Board, Change of Name to Industrial Health Research Board, 268 - * Accidents. See Accidents - * Health Research Board, Report, 268

  • Labour Notes, 21, 56, 88, 117, 148, 169, 199, 242, 263, 301, 320, 374, 404, 435, 477, 508, 538, 568, 588, 656, 673, 704, 749, 781, 813, 847. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Monotony in Work, Report, 269
  • Profit Sharing, Managerial (Review), 370 Safety Precautions for Transmission Mechanisms, 472
  • Wages, Engineering, in Germany and the Netherlands, 438
  • Labyrinth Packing, Chart for Leakage Loss in, 65*
  • Lacquering and Painting, Railway, Practical (Review), 316
  • Lacy-Hulbert & Co., Ltd., Portable Air Com-pressor, 340*
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation Lakehurst, Helium Storage Plant, 252 Lamps, Electric. See Electric
  • - Miners' (Wolf Safety Lamp Co. (Wm. Maurice), Ltd.), 736
  • Lancashire Boiler. See Boiler
  • Lancia (England), Ltd., 31.2-100 h.p. Eight-Cylinder Motor Car, 495*
  • Land Adjustments and Reconstruction in Tokyo, 754.
  • Lander, Dr. C. H., on Physics and Utilisation of Fuel, 844
  • Landing Stage, Passenger, Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443
  • Lang Bridge, Ltd., Electrically-Heated Drying Cylinder, 655
  • Langford Pumping Station, Southend Water Works Co., 404
  • Lanoline Rust Preventers, 32 '
  • - Use on Keel-Block Wedges, 5
  • Laplace's Equations, Solutions of, 534
  • Larmor, Sir J., Mathematical and Physical
  • Papers (Review), 211
  • Larssen Steel Piling, Port Improvements at
  • Bremerhaven, 161*
  • Latent Heat of Steam and Molecular Structure, 596*
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Lattice Arched Timber Centring, Ferro
  • Concrete Arch Bridge, Elorn River,
  • Finisterre, 485*
  • - Resonance Hypothesis of Steel Hardening, 384, 569*
  • Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 110, 140, 202, 232, 264, 300, 388, 408, 434, 468, 560, 590, 619, 686, 750, 772, 808, 840
  • Laurence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd.,
  • 5-ton Electric Winch, 337*
  • Lauritzen, H., Boiler Feed-Water Conditioning Process, 737
  • Lavelle, G., on Drying Clay Goods, 447
  • Law. See Legal ; Labour
  • Lawaczeck Propeller-Turbine Set, Forshuvud-forsen, Sweden, 375*
  • Lea, Prof. F. C., on Science and Engineering, 151, 186. See 143, 271 ; on Failure of Metals under Repeated Stresses, 725 ; on Effect of Temperature on Metals, 824
  • Lea, S. T., Klemm-Salmson Two-Seater Monoplane, 135*
  • Leach, S. G., & Co., Ltd., Extraction Fan for Inflammable Gases, 606*
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Leading-in Girder, Tilbury Docks Dry Dock, 39A*
  • Leahy, F. E., on Blast-Furnace and Coke-Oven
  • Gas in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 249 Leakage Loss in Labyrinth Packing, Chart, 65* Leeuw, A. L. De, on hydraulic Feeds for
  • Machine Tools, 821
  • Leffler, Prof. J. A., on Swedish Iron, 685
  • Legal :
  • Building Legislation in Japan, 754 Company Law, The New (Review), 225 Farnworth rersus Manchester Corporation,
  • Fumes from Barton Power Station, 744 Labour Legislation. See Labour
  • Land Adjustments and Reconstruction Works, Tokyo, 751
  • Safety Precautions for Transmission Mechanisms, 472
  • Waterworks Clauses Acts, 1847-1863, Proposed Amendments, 532
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation. See Legal ; Labour
  • Lehr for Glass Annealing, 278*, 305
  • Leith, C. K., on the World's Iron Ore Supply, 685
  • Length, Precision Measurements of, 726 Leningrad University, Researches on Flow of Materials under Stress, 388
  • Leopard Radial 750-h.p. Aero Engine, 75* Lessing, Dr. R., Researches on Gravity Coal
  • Cleaning, 706 ; on Coal-Cleaning and Japanese Coals, 820
  • Letters to the Editor, 14, 118*, 150, 201, 241, 259, 386, 416, 476, 507*, 536, 555, 600, 619, 780, 813, 845*. See LETTERS INDEX
  • " Leviathan," S.S., Dimensions and Data of, 573
  • Lewis, E. H., on Heat Insulation, 591
  • Lewis, Prof. F. M., on Ship Vibration, 651 Liachnitzki, Prof. V. E., on Investigations on Harbour Structures in Russia, 754
  • Libbey Owens Sheet Glass Co., Colburn Process, Sheet-Glass Making, 304*
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux,
  • Association of. See Special Libraries Lichtenberg, C. On Remote Control of Electric Power Stations, 822
  • Lieb, Dr. J. W., on Engineering Aspects of Electric Lighting, 823
  • Lifeboat, Motor, High-Speed (J. I. Thornycrof t & Co., Ltd.), 718*
  • Life-Saving Devices Japanese Submarines, 754 Lifting Bridges. See Bridges
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Navigation, Indicator for (Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 348
    • Scattered, Raman Effect, 385
    • Signals, Traffic Control by, Ministry of
  • Transport Memorandum, 382
  • Lighthouse Conference, International, Opening
  • Proceedings, 51 •, Discussions on Light-house Illuminants, 51 ; Lighthouse In-tensities, 51 ; Floating Aids to Navigation, 51; Lighthouse Structures, 82 ; Aerial and Submarine Fog Signals, 83 ; Wireless Fog Signals, 83 ; Wireless Telephonic Com-munication, 83
    • Illuminating Systems for, 51
    • Structures, Materials for, 82
  • Lighting, Electric, Engineering Aspects of, 824
    • Fittings, Underground, Standard Specifi-cations, 726.
    • Gas. See Gas
    • Sets, Electric. See Engines ; Generators Electric
    • Street, System of Designing, 823
    • Systems for Lighthouses, 51
    • See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lightning. See Electric
  • Lightships as Aids to Navigation, 51

— * Mooring Chains for, 52

  • Limousin & Co., Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Elorn River, Finisterre, 485*
  • Limpopo River, Beit Railway Bridge, 298 Lincock IV Single-Seater Aeroplane, 103* Line-Shafting, Plain, Ball and Roller Bearings for, 801*, 811, 836*
  • Liners. See Steamers
  • Lingen, Dr. J. S. van der, on Spectroscopic Investigation of Yttrium in Cape Granites, 298
  • Liquid Fuel. See Oil Fuel. See also Alcohol ; Benzol ; Motor ; Paraffin ; Petrol
  • Lister, R. A., & Co., Ltd., Electric Lighting Set, 43* ; Petrol-Driven Road Sweeper and Sprinkler, 339* ; Auto-Truck Road Sweeper and Sprinkler, 648*
  • Literature, 35, 100, 181, 211, 224, 255, 315, 369, 445, 505, 549, 667, 760. See LITERA-TURE INDEX
  • Litigation. See Legal ; Labour
  • Liverpool Electricity Supply and Coal Trans-port, 183*

— * and Manchester Railway, Rainhill Locomotive Trials, 52* ; Centenary, 825

  • — Water Supply, 260
  • Ljungstrom Locomotive Performances, Swedish Railways, 853

— * Turbo-Generator, Features of, 854

  • " Llangibby Castle," M.S. (Harland & Wolff, Ltd.), 715
  • Lloyd's Register, Aircraft Inspection by, 505
    • Annual Report, 533
    • Scholarship, Institute of Marine Engineers, 110
  • — — of Shipping, Register Book, 111
  • — — Statistics of Vessels under Construction, 86, 504
  • — — Statistics of Vessels Lost, 140, 203, 388, 490, 722
  • Load-Despatching System, London Power Co., 804*

— * Factor, Influence on Cost of Electric Power, 184

  • Lobley, A. G., on Creep of Nickel-Chromium
  • Alloy, 422*. See 355
  • Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Lock, Entrance, Bremerhaven, 159*
  • — — Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443

— * Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 7*, 101*, 129*, 191*, 365*, 698*, 763*, 832

  • Lockouts. See Labour ; Labour Notes Locomobile Engineering Co., Ltd., 30-h.p.
  • Lang Tractor, 40*
  • Locomotive Balancing and Hammer Blow on Bridges, 118*, 241, 507*

— * Boiler Firebox Stays and Plates, Investigations on, 389. See Erratum, 439

  • — — Nickel Steel for Firebox Stays, 438
  • — Development, United States, 652

— * 4-6-4 Type, 1,200-h.p. Diesel-Compressed-Air (Maschinenfabrik Esslingen A.-G., and Maschinenfabrik Augsburg - Nurnberg), 748*

    • Electric, American, 653
  • — — 1,500-volt, 5400-h.p., Paris, Lyons and
  • Mediterranean Railway, 786*

— * 4-6-2-2 Four-Cylinder Compound, with Gresley-Yarrow Water-Tube Boiler, Lon¬don and North Eastern Railway, 850*

  • — for 3 ft. 6 in. Gauge, South African Railways, 228. See 239
    • Industry in Germany, 502
    • Italian, Improvements in, 791
    • Ljungstrom, Performances, Swedish Rail-ways. 853
    • 30-h.p. Oil-Driven (Motor Rail and Tramcar Co., Ltd.), 642
    • 30-h.p. Oil-Driven, Transmission Gear for (Kerr, Stuart & Co., Ltd.). 89*
    • Oil-Electric Driven, 791
    • 2i-ton Oil-Engine Driven (W. Jones, Ltd.), 628*
    • 10-h.p. Petrol-Driven (F. C. Hibberd & Co., Ltd.), 627*
    • Petrol-Driven, for Raft-Transporting Wagon (Drewry Car Co., Ltd.), 436*
    • Piston and Piston-Rod Machining Operations, 838*
  • — — Engine and Turbine, Compared, 853
    • Repairs, 680
    • Road. See Motor ; Road ; Tractor
    • " Rocket," Reconstruction of, 52*
    • and Rolling Stock, Japanese Government Railways, 755
    • South African, Spark Arresters on, 230
    • Steam, Modern Development of, 790
  • Trials, Rainhill, Centenary Exhibition,
  • Science Museum, South Kensington, 52*
    • See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX Loewe, L., & Co., Multiple-Tool Lathe with
  • Automatic Stops, 349* ; Semi-Automatic
  • Grinding Machine, 350*
  • Log Pond, Forest Products Research Labora-tory, 488*, 797*
    • Ships', and Speed Indicator, 753
  • London and Brighton Section, Southern
  • Railway, Electrification of, 535
    • Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 114, 145
    • County Council, Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 114, 145 ; Lectures for Teachers, Handbook, 292 ; Technical Training Centres, 388 ; Thames Ferry Steamer "Will Crooks," 758 ; Waterloo Bridge Reconstruction, 535
    • Grosvenor Canal, Reconstruction, 19
    • King's College, Centenary Appeal and Work of Engineering Department, 563
    • Midland & Scottish Railway, Locomotive Repairs, 680 ; 40-ton Side-Discharging Coal Wagon, 848*
    • and North Eastern Railway, Proposed Train Ferry to Sweden, 442 ; Strengthening Bridges by Electric Welding, 687*, 719*. See 711. See LETTER, 781 ; 4-6-2-2 Four-Cylinder Compound Locomotive, with Gresley-Yarrow Water-Tube Boiler, 850*

— * Port of, Annual Report, 297 ; Tilbury

  • Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443

London Power Co., Ltd., Battersea Power

  • Station, 150 ; Experiments on Absorption of Sulphurous Fumes, 716 ; Load

Despatching System, 804* — * Road Improvements Around, 121*, 155* — * University. College, Engineering Courses, 388 ; Memorial to Sir A. B. W. Kennedy, 563 ; Calendar, 624 — * Water Supply, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 426*, 455*, 563

  • Lopulco Pulverised-Coal Burners, Hams Hall Power Station, 663*
  • Loree, L. F., on the First Steam Engine in America, 555
  • Lorries. See Motor
  • Loubser, M. M., on Mechanical Engineering Problems, South African Railways, 228. See 239
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal
  • Lowry Timber-Preservation Process, 798 Lubricating Oils. See also Oils

— * Greases, 836

  • Lubrication, Air, of Thrust Bearing, 680, 692*

— * Journal Bearing, 679, 681*, 690*, 768*. See LETTER, 780 — * Theory of, 431, 801*, 811, 836* — * Work of 0. Reynolds on, 57

  • Lubricator, Mechanical (Hunt & Mitton, Ltd.), 478*
  • Lucas, F. F., on Troostite, 685
  • Lundberg, H., Ore Prospecting by Geo-Electrical Methods, 685
  • Lunken Co., Ltd., FOttinger Torsion Meter, 542* " Lusitania," S.S., Dimensions and Data of, 573 Lyall, P., & Sons Construction Co., Ltd.,
  • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 101*,
  • 129, 196
  • Lysholm, A., on Piston-Engine and Steam-Turbine Locomotives, 853

M.

  • MACGREGOR, Lieut.-Col. J., the Late, 775
  • Mac. See also Mc.
  • Macadam. See Roads
  • Macassey, Sir L., on State Control of Industry, 844
  • " M.acharda," S.S., Failure of Cast-Iron Tee.
  • Piece, 321
  • Machine Shops. See Works and Machine Tools

— * Testing. See Testing Machine and Tests (Materials)

Machine Tools :

  • Boring and Recessing Machine for Wood, Overhead (Wadkin & Co.), 363*

— * and Turning Mill with Traversing Table (Etablissements C. Berthiez), 567*

  • Cropping, Notching, Shearing and Punch-ing Machine, Combination (H. PeLs), 349*
  • Cutting Machine, Commutator-Mica (Buck & Hickman, Ltd.), 693*

— * — Oxygen-Jet (Godfrey Engineering Co., Ltd.), 407* ; (Premier Steel Tube Co., Ltd.), 753*

  • Dividing Head, Optical (C. Zeiss), 509* Drill, Multiple High-Speed, Oil-Gear (Baush Machine Tool Co.), 126*

— * Press Dynamometer (A. J. Amsler & Co.), 291* — * Sharpening Machine (Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works Ltd.), 625*

  • Dynamometer, Drill-Press (A. J. Amster & Co.), 291*
  • Gear-Cutting, Worm Wheel for 36-in. Telescope, 290*
  • Grinding Machine, Commutator and Slip-Ring (Buck & Hickman, Ltd.), 792* — — High-Speed, with Hydraulic Feed (K. Jung), 589*

— * — Semi-Automatic (L. Loewe & Co.), 350*

  • — — for Optical Mirrors, 36-in. Telescope, 373*
  • Holes, Surface Finish of, 33*
  • Hydraulic Feeds for Machine Tools, 821 Lathe, 13-in Combination Turret (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 838*

— * Multiple Tool, with Automatic Stops

  • (L. Loewe & Co.), 349*
  • Locomotive Piston and Piston-Rod Machining Operations, 838*
  • Machine Shop Management. See Works
  • Management

— * Tools, Investigation of Forces on, 821 Milling Machine, All-Geared Plain (J. Parkinson & Son), 660*

  • Notching, Shearing, Punching and Cropping
  • Machine, Combination (H. Pels), 349* Pipe and Tube Bending and Jointing (Review), 317
  • Piston and Piston-Rod Machining Opera-tions, 838*
  • Planing Machine, 36-in. Wood Panel (T. White & Sons, Ltd.), 783*
  • Punching, Cropping, Notching and Shear¬ing Machine, Combination (H. Pels), 349*
  • Recessing and Boring Machine for Wood, Overhead (Wadkin & Co.), 363*
  • Saw, Pile, Submarine, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 670*
  • Shearing, Punching, Cropping and Notching Machine, Combination (H. Pels), 349*
  • Shears, Open-Ended, Bar and Billet (H. Pels), 349*
  • Tools, Cutting, Application of Kinematography, 821
  • Tube and Pipe Bending and Jointing (Review), 317
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes (above)
  • Woodworking Machinery, 36-in. Panel Planing Machine (T. White & Sons, Ltd.), 783*

— * — Boring and Recessing Machine, Overhead (Wadkin & Co.), 363* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Machinery, Accidents due to, 176

— * Agricultural, Need for Standardisation, 777 — * for Building Foundation Work (Review), 550 — * Shipping and Engineering Exhibition, Olympia, 327* — * Use in Agriculture, 776

  • Machining Operations, Piston and Piston-Rod, 838•
  • Macklow-Smith, A., Impact Testing Machines, 732*
  • Maclaurin Coal-Carbonisation Plant, Dal
  • marnock, Tests, 250
  • Macrome Process for Tool Steel, 693 Madras Irrigation Works, Report, 177

— * Metur Dam, Cost of, 259

  • Magnesite, Electrical Conductivity of, 385 Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Magnetic Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 179

— * Properties of Low-Expansion Nickel Steel, 400* — * Separators (Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd.), 347*

  • Magnetism, Hardening of Superhardened Steel by, 384, 569*.
  • Magnetite Mining, Mineville District, New York, 246
  • Maidenhead Bridge, Great Western Railway,608
  • Maier Form German Liner, Particulars, 413, 541*, 571
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric
  • Maize Sheller, All-Metal (R. Garrett & Sons, Ltd.), 41*
  • Malaria in Relation to Irrigation, Report, 503
  • Maltese, Commander F., on Italian Railway Improvements, 653
  • Management of Works. See Works Management
  • Managerial Profit Sharing (Review), 370
  • Manchester, Barton Power Station, Generating Costs, 184, ; Lawsuit, Nuisance from Fumes, 744

— * Municipal College of Technology, Researches in Mechanical Engineering Department, 58 ; Prospectus, 264 — * Researches and Mechanical Science, 25*, 57 — * Steam Users' Association, Formation of, 27 — * University Researches in Mechanical Engineering Department, 58

  • Manganese, Effect on High Elastic-Limit Steel, 383, 483
  • Manitoba, Northern, Water Power in, 15
  • Mannheim Power Station, 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 225*, 252*, 312*
  • Mansfield Engineering Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Re-Conditioning Machine Mining Tubs, 737
  • Marchant, Prof. E. W., on Economical Transmission of Electrical Energy, 183*. See 271 ' • on Science and Electrical Engineering, 536
  • Margary, I. D., on Floral Isophenes and Isa-kairs, 846
  • Marguerre, Dr. F., on 1500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, Mannheim Power Station, 225*, 252*, 312*
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Diesel - Electric Generating Plant, 821
    • Machinery, Enclosed Single-Geared Steam Winch, 167*
    • Machinery, 125-kw. Impulse Turbo-Generator Set, S.S. " Mongolia," 571*
    • Machinery, S.S. " Macharda," Failure of Tee-Piece in Auxiliary Steam Pipe, 321 — — Machinery, H.M.S. Medway,' 11
    • Machinery, M.S. " Poelau Roebiah," 61* — — Machinery, Steam-Driven, 652
    • Boilers. See Boilers
    • Engineering and Design, 754

— — Developments in, 809

    • Lloyd's Statistics, 86, 504
    • Manual of (Review), 100
      • Non-Ferrous Alloys for, 824
    • Works. See Works
    • Engineers, Institute of, Student Graduate Examination and Lloyd's Register Scho-larship, 110 ; Presidential Address, by Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir R. B. Dixon, on Marine Engineering, 809
    • Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Marine Propulsion
    • Propulsion, Diesel-Electric Machinery for
  • Atlantic Liners, 573
  • — — Diesel Engine Building in Japan, 753
    • Diesel Engines, Development of Double-Acting Two-Stroke Type, 92
    • Diesel Engines, Doxford Three-Cylinder Opposed-Piston Type, 308*. See LETTER, 417
    • Diesel Engines, 8,500-h.p. Harland—B. & W. Type, with Biichi Supercharger, M.S. " Llangibby Castle," 715

—** Diesel Engines, H.M.S. " Medway," 11 — — Diesel Engine, 7,040-h.p. Sulzer, M.S., " Poelau Roebiah," 60*

  • — Diesel Engines, Vibration Problems, 651 — Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Electric Drive, S.S. " City of Hong Kong," 622
    • Heat Transmission through Chromium-Plated Brass Condenser Tubes, 5
    • Machinery of Atlantic Liners, 571
  • — — Mechanical Stoker for (E. Bennis & Co., Ltd.), 527*
    • Oil Fuel for. See Oil Fuel
  • — — Propeller Efficiency and Foam Production, 430
  • — Pulverised Fuel for Boilers, 564
  • — — Pulverised-Coal, S.S. " Berwindlea,"
  • Maiden Voyage, 307. See 575
    • Pulverised-Coal Installation, S.S." Swift-pool," 170*
    • Pulverised Coal, Todd Unit System S.S. " West Alsek," 87*
    • Recent Progress in, 809
  • — — Standard Colours for Engine-Room
  • Piping, Specification, 55
  • — Steam Machinery, Future of, 652

— * — Steam Turbines, Fuel Consumption, 216 — — Steam Turbines, 30,000-h.p., Geared, S.S. " Empress of Japan," 806

    • Steamers and Motorships Classified, Lloyd's Report, 534
    • Surface Condenser, History of, 284
    • 900-h.p. Triple-Expansion Engines for Suction Dredger, 738*
  • — — Turbo-Electric Train Ferry, S.S. " City of Saginaw 31," 855
  • — — S.S. " Viceroy of India," Consumption Trials of, 846
  • — — Weights of Machinery and Fuel, Atlantic Liners, 414, 573

— * — See also Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers ; Ship Resistance ; Torsion Meters ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX — * Salvage. See Salvage — * Structures, Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 239*

  • Marine Turbines. See Turbines, Steam ; Marine Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Marsden, H. R., Ltd., Drum-Type Elevator, 648*
  • Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd., 8-ton Oil-Driven Road Roller, 40*, 638* ; Heavy-Oil Engine, 40*
  • Martin, F. (1, on High Elastic-Limit Steel, 232. See 383, 482
  • Martin, Dr. G., on Thermal Inefficiency of Cement Rotary Kilns, 447
  • Martinel High Elastic-Limit Steel, 232. See 383, 482
  • Marwick, T. C., on Electric Charge on Rain, 737
  • Maschinenfabrik Augsburg—Niirnberg A.-G., Development of Diesel Engine, 92 ; 1,200-h.p. Diesel-Compressed-A'- Loco¬motive, 748*
  • Maschinenfabrik Esslingen A.-G., 1,200-h.p.
  • Diesel Compressed-Air Locomotive, 748* Masing, Dr. G., on Research Methods in Metal
  • lography, 756*. See 354
  • Masonry Dams, Earthquake Construction of, 855
  • Mass Spectra, Recent Work on, 385
  • Mast Bases, Concrete, Electrolysis of, Natal Railway Transmission Lines, 785

— * and Towers, Steel (Review), 36

  • Matchless Silver Arrow Motor-Cycle, 747 Materials, Experimental Study of, 187

— * Properties at High Temperatures, 725 — * Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Mate-rials)

  • Mathematical and Physical Papers, Sir J. Larmor's (Review), 211
  • Mathematics, Solutions of Laplace's Equations, 534
  • Mather & Platt, Ltd., Plurovane Feed Pumps, 760*
  • " Mauretania," S.S., Dimensions and Perfor-mance, 540*, 571*
  • Maxhete Heat and Corrosion-Resisting Steel, 768
  • Maxwell, Clerk, Presentation of Portrait to Institution of Electrical Engineers, 651
  • Maybury, Sir H. P., on British Highways, 121*, 155*. See 237*
  • McAlpine, Sir R., & Sons (London), Ltd., Til¬bury Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443
  • McLaren, J. & H., Ltd., 30-h.p. Oil-Driven Ploughing Tractor, 90* ; 60-h.p. Four-Cylinder, Airless-Injection Marine Oil
  • Engine, 343* ; Six-Cylinder Airless-Injection Oil Engine, 393*
  • McLennan, Prof. J. C., on Spectroscopic Phenomena at Low Temperatures, 298
  • McLoughlin, T. J., on Regenerative Principle in Steel Industry, 249
  • McMillan, Prof. D., on Alcohol Mixtures as Motor Fuels in South Africa, 305. See 208 Mc. See also Mac.
  • Mealle Sheller, All-Metal (R. Garrett & Sons Ltd.), 41*
  • Mealies Motor Fuel from, 305
  • Measurements, Length, Precision, 726
  • Measures, Combined Metric Units, Conversion, into British Units, 490. See Errata, 677. — and Weights, Standard, 54
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of : Summer Meeting, Manchester :
  • Prizes for Whitworth Scholarship Can-didates, 14.
  • Visits, Excursions, &c., 20
  • Contribution of Manchester Researches to Mechanical Science, by R. W. Bailey, 25*, 57
  • London Meetings, Winter Session:
  • Headquarters and Local Centres, 471, 531. See LETTER, 536
  • Presidential Address, by Dr. D. Adamson, Work of the Institution, 518. See 531, 535. See LETTER, 536.
  • Annual Dinner, 534
  • Thomas Hawksley Lecture on " Critical Relations between Water and Steam," by Prof. H. L. Callendar, 595*. See LETTER, 813
  • Journal-Bearing Practice, by F. Hodgkinson, 690*. See 679, 681*, 768*
  • Registration of Reliable Tests of Power Plant Machinery, by It. H. Parsons, 745
  • Bearings for Line-Shafting, by Prof. G. F. Charnock, 801*, 836*. See 811
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch : Fuel Problems, by D. Brownlie, 649.
  • North-Western Branch ;
  • Discussion on Journal Bearing Practice. by F. Hodgkinson, 768*. See 679, 681*, 690*.
  • Annual Dinner, 812
  • Mechanical Inventions, History of (Review), 445
    • Lubricator. See Lubricator
    • Power Transmission (Review), 549
    • Science and Manchester Researches, 25*, 57
    • Stoker. See Stoker
    • Traction on Roads. See Roads ; Motor Caf8 ; Tractors
  • Melbourne, City Developments at, 418
  • Mellor, A. L., on Design and Performance of Boilers of S.S. " Viceroy of India," 846 Melting Point of Palladium, 146
    • Vacuum, of Metals and Alloys, 368, 512* Menai Straits, Britannia Bridge, Fairbairn's Model Experiments, 26*
  • Menzies, A. C., on the Raman Effect, 385 Merchant Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
    • Ships. See Ships ; Steamers
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 1,200-kw., Berlin
  • Suburban Railways, 819*
    • Rectifiers, Use in Japan, 822 — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Silver Alloy, Low-Temperature Micro-photograph, 392*
    • Spark Spectrum of, 385

—**Vapour, Fluorescence of, 385

  • Merriman, T., on Properties of Portland Cement, 725
  • Merz, C. H., on National Scheme of Electricity
  • Supply for Great Britain, 147. See 271 Merz and Partners, Kalyan Power Station, 723 Metals, Anti-Friction. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Blue-Brittleness of, 824
  • — Corrosion of. See Corrosion

— * Cutting, Application of Kinematography, 821 — * Dental Alloy, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 86

  • — Elastic Deformation of, 824
  • — Failure under Repeated Stresses, 725
  • — Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • — Flow under Stress, 388
  • — Filament Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • Metals, Institute of :
  • Autumn Meeting, Dusseldorf :
  • Programme, 182, 293
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 354
  • Reports of Discussions, 352, 368
  • Autumn Lecture on Aluminium and its Alloys, by Dr. A. G. C. Gwyer, 353
  • Methods of Research in Physical Metal¬lurgy, by Dr. W. Rosenhain, 359*, 391*. See 354
  • Methods of Research in Metallography, by Dr. G. MiLsing, 756*. See 354
  • Dilatometric Study of Univariant Two-Phase Reactions by Prof. P. A. Chevenard, A. M. Portevin and Dr X. F. Wache, 354
  • Improved Differential Dilatometer, by Dr. DI. Haas and Dr. D. Uno, 424*. See 354
  • Open Air Corrosion of Copper, by Dr. W. H. J. Vernon, and L. Whitby, 354 Crystallisation of Gold from the Liquid State, by Prof. C. 0. Bannister, 355 Creep of 80 : 20 Nickel-Chromium Alloy at High Temperatures, by A. G. Lobley and Dr. C. L. Betts, 422*. See 355
  • Reduction of Shrinkage Cavities and Vacuum Melting, by Dr. W J. P. Rohn, 512*. See 368
  • Progress in Electric Furnaces for Non-Ferrous Metals, by M. Tama, 389*. See 368
  • Pinholes in Cast-Aluminium Alloys, by Dr. N. F. Budgen, 452*. See 368
  • Properties of Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, by Dr. 0. F. Hudson, T. M. Herbert., F. E. Ball, and E. H. Bucknall, 369. See Erratum, 439
  • Effect of Temperatures Attained in Over¬head Electric Transmission Cables, by Dr. A. von Zeerleder and Dr. P. Bourgeois, 446. See 369
  • Relative Corrodibilities of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, by Dr. J. N. Friend, 358
  • Headquarters and Local Centres, 471, 531. See LETTER, 536
  • Metal-Mine Ventilation, Progress in, 197
  • — Mixer Car, 125-Ton (Pearson & Knowles Coal & Iron Co., Ltd.), 537*
  • — Non-Ferrous, Manufacture of, 726
  • — Research Association, Atmospheric-Cor¬rosion Investigations, 358 ; Investigation of Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 369. See Erratum, 439
  • — Price Diagrams, 24*, 150*, 302*, 448*, 600*, 750*

— * Properties of, Effects of Temperature, 824 — * — at High Temperatures, 725

  • — Pure, Structure of, National Physical
  • Laboratory Investigations, 53
  • — Structure of. See also Metallography ; Micro
  • photographs
  • — Volume Changes during Solidification, 659

— * Welding. See Welding — * See also Metallography ; Metallurgy ; Microphotographs

  • Metallography, Research Methods in, 756*. See 354

— * Structure and Nature of Troostite, 685 — * See also Metals ; Metallurgy ; Micro

  • photographs
  • Metallurgical Department, National Physical
  • Laboratory, Work of, 53, 86
  • — Microscope (C. Zeiss), 556*

— * and Mining Engineers, American Institute of. See Mining — * Science in Japan, 824

  • Metallurgy :
  • Alloys, Aluminium, 353

— * — Age Hardening, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 54 — * Specification, 111 — * — Cast, Pinholes in, 368, 452*

  • — Quenched, Reactions in, 354
  • — — Thermal and Electrical Conductivity,
  • 146
    • Antimony Regulus, Determination of Antimony and Arsenic, 726
    • Beryllium-Copper, Equilibrium Diagram, 757*
  • — — Copper, Properties of, 813
    • Copper, Thermal and Electrical Con-ductivity, 146
  • — — See also Brass ; Bronze ; Gunmetal, &c.
    • Dilatometric Study of Univariant Two-Phase Reactions, 354
    • Equilibrium Diagrams, Ideal and Technical, 757*
    • Diagrams, Thermal Study of, 354, 359
    • for High-Temperature Use, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 86
    • Iron, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 86
  • — — Nickel and Chromium, Properties of, 777
    • Nickel-Chromium, Creep at High Temperatures, 355, 422*
  • Metallurgy—continued.
  • Alloys, Nickel-Steel, Low-Expansion, Pro-perties of, 400*
    • Non-Ferrous, for Marine Purposes, 824
    • — Volume Changes During Solidifi¬cation, 659
    • Silver-Mercury, Low-Temperature Mi-crophotograph, 392*
    • Structure of, National Physical Labora-tory Investigations, 53
    • Thermal Study of, 354, 359
  • Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys,
  • Specification, 111

— * Metallurgy of, 726

  • Antimony, Metallurgy of, 726

— * Regulus, Determination of Antimony

  • and Arsenic, 726
  • Beryllium, National Physical Laboratory
  • Researches, 54
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Brass. See Brass
  • Bronze. See Bronze
  • Cast Iron. See Cast Iron
  • Coke, Metallurgical, Reactivity of, 236

— * Ovens. See Coke Ovens

  • Copper Metallurgy in Japan, 824
  • Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Dilatometer for Alloy Investigations, 361* Equilibrium Diagrams, Ideal and Tech
  • nical, 757*
  • Foundry. See Foundry
  • Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces

— * Metallurgical. See Furnaces

  • Gold, Crystallisation from Liquid State,
  • 355
  • Heat Treatment of Aluminium Alloys, 353
  • — Low-Temperature Annealing of
  • Super-Hardened Steel, 384, 569*
  • — — Steel Hardening, Space-Lattice Re
  • sonance Hypothesis, 384, 569*
  • Iron Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast

— * Ore. See Ore Macrome Process for Tool Steel, 693 Metal Cutting, Application of Kinemato-graphy, 821 — * Electrical Resistance of, 361* — * Non-Ferrous, Electric Furnaces for, 368, 389* - * — Manufacture of, 726

  • — — Volume Changes During Solidifi
  • cation, 659

— * Pure, Structure of, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 53 — * Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgical Department, National Physi-cal Laboratory, Work of, 53, 86 — * Industries and Engineering Trades, German, Relations between, 426 — * Microscope (C. Zeiss), 556*

  • Metallurgy, Application of Power to, 684

— * Courses, Chelsea Polytechnic, 358 Nickel-Chromium alloy, Creep at High Temperatures, 355, 422* — * Steel, Low-Expansion, Properties of,

  • 400*
  • Physical Metallurgy, Research in, 354,
  • 359*, 391*
  • Pulverised Coal, Use in Metallurgy. See
  • Pulverised Coal
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Refractories. See Refractory Materials ;
  • Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Slag, Basic Open-Hearth Furnace, Study
  • of, 803
  • Spectrograph in Metallurgical Analysis,
  • 841
  • Steels, Alloy, Industrial Applications, 68s

— * Blooms and Forgings, •Velative Tensile Properties, 791 — * Carbon, Coalescence of Pearlite in, 384 — * Cold Working of, Laboratory for, 54. See 729* — * Chromium-Nickel, for Chemical Plants, 567 — * Effects of Arsenic, 685 — * Furnaces. See Furnaces — * Gases in, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 86 — * Hardened, Microstructure of, 685 — * Heat and Corrosion-Resisting, 768 — * High Elastic-Limit, for Structural Work, 232, 383, 482 — * Ingots, Carbon, Crystallisation and Segregation in, 383, 816*, 851* — * Making, Practical (Review), 100 — * Manufacture, 125-ton Hot-Metal Mixer Car (Pearson & Knowles Coal and Iron Co., Ltd.), 537*

  • — — Thomas and Gilchrist Jubilee Souvenir, 418

— * Molybdenum, Lowering of Critical Points in, 685 — * Plant Metallurgy, Functions of, 249 — * Structure and Nature of Troostite, 685 — * Superhardened, Hardening by Mag-netism, 384, 569* — * Tool, Macrome Process for, 693 — * Wire, Effects of Cold-Drawing, 362 Titanium, Researches on, National Phy¬sical Laboratory, 54

  • Vacuum Melting of Metals, 368, 512* Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals, Institute of ; Metallography ; Micro-photographs ; Foundry and PARA-GRAPH INDEX
  • Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See Mining
  • Meteorological Office Report, Tidal Floods in the Thames, 82
  • Meteorological Society, Royal :
  • Potential Gradient and Atmospheric Pollution, the Influence of Summer Time, by Dr. F. J. W. Whipple, 61
  • Vertical Air-Currents as Measured by Pilot Balloons, by A. J. Bamford, 61
  • Studies on the Rhone Glacier, 1927, Relationship between Air-Tempera¬ture and Rate of Melting, by Dr. G. Slater, 61
  • Meteorological Society, Royal—continued.
  • Conditions Controlling Visibility through the Atmosphere, by M. G. Bennett, 737
  • Electric Charge on Rain, by T. C. Mar-wick, 737
  • Floral Isophenes and Isakairs, by 3. E. Clark and 1. D. Margary, 846
  • Mechanism of Tornadoes, by Sir G. T. Walker, 846
  • Meteorology in Application, 385

— * Atmospheric Conditions Controlling Visi

  • bility, 737
  • — — Ozone, 385

— * Electric Charge on Rain, 737 — * Lightning Protection in Practice and Theory, 236 — * Recent Tornadoes and Hurricanes, 127 — * Tornadoes, Mechanism of, 846

  • Meters, Air, Compressed-Air System, Rand
  • Mines, 511
  • — — Portable (G. Kent, Ltd.), 736

— * Carbon Dioxide (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 338* — * Combustion-Efficiency (G. Kent, Ltd.), 339* — * Electricity, Standard Specifications, 180 — * Strain, for Ships, 651 — * Testing, Sine-Wave Alternators for, 230* Metering Board, Multiple (Electroflo Meters Co., Ltd.), 348* •

  • Metric Units, Combined, Conversion into British Units, 490. See Errata, 677
  • Metrology Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 209*
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., 500,000-volt Transformer and Air Con
  • denser, 20* ; 1,000,000-volt Impulse Generator, 20* ; 12,500-kw. High-Pressure Back-Pressure Turbine, 20* ; Redfern Glass-Forming Machinery, 153* ; 50-h.p. Marine-Type Electric Motor, 342* ; 11-h.p. Totally-Enclosed Electric Motor, 342 ; Two-Stage Air Ejector, 343* ; Vertical Con-densate-Extraction Pump, 343* ; 12,500-kw. Turbo-Alternator, 600 ; Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Electric Propulsion, S.S. " City of Hong Kong," 622 ; 25,000-kv.-a. Turbo-Generators, 654* ; Switchgear and Transformers, Kalyan Power Station, 723
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425*, 455*, 563
  • — See also London
  • Metur Dam, Madras, Cost of, 259
  • Mica Insulation of Commutators, Cutting Machine for, 693*
  • Michell Bearings, 679, 682, 690*, 768*. See LETTER, 780
  • — — Theory of, 431
  • — — 30,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 793* Michigan University, Conference on Highway Engineering, 650
  • Micrometer for Tapered-Ring Screw Gauges, 210*

— * Ultra, for Small Displacements, 726 Microphotographs, Carbon-Steel Ingots, 816* — * Gelatine Casts of Metallic Surfaces, 33* — * of Iron and Steel (Review), 550 — * Metallurgical Microscope for (C. Zeiss), 556* — * Silver-MercuryAlloy, Low-Temperature,392* — * Steel, Corrosion-Fatigue Tests, 190*

  • Microscope, Metallurgical (C. Zeiss), 556* Microscopical Investigations in Metallurgical Research, 391*
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Metallography ; Microphotographs
  • Midgeley Bouncing-Pin Apparatus, Measure¬ment of Detonation in Petrol Engines, 210*. 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • Midlands, Rural Electricity Schenie in, 202 Millars' Machinery Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Public Works Exhibition, 646
  • Miller Machine and Mould Works, Glass-Form-ing Machinery, 28*, 91*, 154*
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools
  • mills for Marine Pulverised-Coal Installation, 564

— * Rolling. See Rolling Mills

  • Milne-Watson, Sir D., on Problems of Fuel
  • Industry, 563
  • Mine Atmospheres, Temperature and Humidity Conditions of, 602

— * Belgian, French and German, Electricity

  • Regulations in, 285
  • -- Coal. See Collieries

— * Electricity in, Report, 712

  • — Field and Colliery Surveying (Review), 181

— * Gold, Rand, Compressed-Air Supply for, 479*, 510*. See 270 — * Metal, Progress in Ventilation, 197

  • — Minister of, British Columbia, Report, 178 Safety in, Research Board,, Report. on Blowing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 543 ; Report on Work, 766

— * Trap for Rock-Drill Dust, 736 — * United States Bureau of. See United States — * Ventilation, United States, Report on, 302 — * Western Australia, Report, 475 — * See also Coal ; Collieries ; Mining ; Ores ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Minerals, Electrical Prospecting for, 718

— * Oils. See Oils — * Transport, Committee on, Report on Rail

  • way Wagons, 594 •

— * Wealth of British Columbia, 178 — * See also Coal ; Mining ; Ores ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Miners' Lamps (Wolf Safety Lamp Co. (Wm. Maurice), Ltd.), 736

— * Phthisis and Rock Drilling in Rand Mines, 604

  • Mineville District, Magnetite Mining in, 246 Mining, Application of Electricity to (Review), 212

— * Explosives, Modern, 547

  • — Researches at Buxton Colliery Research
  • Station, 766

— * Magnetite, in Mineville District, New York, 246 — * and Metallurgical Engineers, American Institute of, Progress in Metal Mine Ventilation, by D. Harrington, 197

  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of, Presi-dential Address, by Dr. W. Cullen, on Modern Mining Explosives, 547

— * Operations on the Rand, 270 — * Ore Flotation, Consumption of Reagents, Report, 173 — * Ore Sizing by Elutriation, 478 — * Subsidence (Review), 224 — * Ropes, Steel Wire for, 355, 361 — * Tubs, Steel, Re-Conditioning Machine for, 737 — * See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Ministry of Transport. See Transport
  • Mino, K., on Kanose Hydro-Electric Scheme, Agano River, Japan, 789
  • Mirrors, Silvered-Glass, 36-in. Reflecting Telescope, 290*, 371*
  • Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Co., Ltd., Coal-Handling Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*
  • Mitchell, H., on Ventilation and Dust Control in Witwatersrand Gold Mines, 603
  • Mitchell, J., on Reconstruction of Dry Dock Entrance, Hebburn-on-Tyne, 747
  • Mitchell, W. E., on High-Voltage Inter-connection, United States, 724
  • Mitsubishi Works, Suyehiro Dynamic Balancing Machine, 854
  • Mixed-Pressure Turbines. See Turbines Mixing Machines, Concrete. See Concrete Miyagi, Prof. 0., On Measurement of Stream
  • Velocity by Air Bubbles, 788: on Cavita
  • tion and Vibration of Turbine Draught
  • Tube, 855
  • Miyaguchi, T., on Extra High-Tension Insula-tors, 789
  • ' M. J. Craig," S.S., Boiler Explosion, 172 Mobility of Gaseous Ions, 299
  • Model, Celluloid, Ferro-Concrete Bridge, Determination of Stresses in, 710

— * — Yadkin River Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Tests by Beggs Deformeter, 281*, 311* — * Experiments, Bridge, Fairbairn's, 26* — — Cylinders under External Pressure, 787 — — See also Aeronautics ; Ship Resistance -- Tests on Ships, National Physical Labora

  • tory, 53
  • Modjeski, R., on Suspension Bridges and the Philadelphia-Camden Bridge, 788
  • Moir, Sir E. W., on Some Engineering Difficul-ties, 843
  • Moisture in Sand, Determination of, 399 Molasses, Motor Fuel from, 305
  • Molybdenum Steels, Lowering of Critical Points in, 685
  • Wire-Wound Furnaces, 448
  • Momentum Grades, South African Railways, 785
  • Monel Metal in Engineering and Shipbuilding, 19
  • " Mongolia," S.S., 125-kw. Auxiliary Turbo-Generator, 571*
  • Monmouthshire and South Wales School of Mines, Calendar, 358
  • Monoliths, Concrete, Tilbury Docks Improve-ments, 395*
  • — Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 192* Mononobe, Prof. N., on Earthquake Construc-tion of Masonry Dams, 855
  • Monoplane. See Aeronautics
  • Monotony in Work, Effects of, Report, 269 Moore, Prof. H. F., on Structural Materials,
  • 725 ' • on the Fatigue of Metals, 803 Moore, A. N., on National Electricity Supply, 17 Morgan, Prof. W., on the Institution of
  • Automobile Engineers, 471. See 531, See
  • LETTER, 536
  • Morris Corporation, I. P., 54,000-h.p. Hydraulic Turbines, 554*
  • Morris Motors (1926), Ltd., 24-h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Motor, 329* ; 52-h.p. Six-Cylinder Marine Motor, Torque and Horse-Power Diagram, 329* ; 15-35 h.p. Six-Cylinder Motor Car, 494*
  • Mortars, Effect of Temperature on, Report, 235
  • Moss, Dr. H., on Detonation in Internal-Combustion Engines, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386
  • Moss, W., dc Sons, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 458*
  • Moth Amphibian Aeroplane, 74*
  • Motor Boat, 18-ft. Standard Runabout (J. W. Brooke & Co., Ltd.), 333*
  • — Car, 24.8-70 h.p. Daimler, with Sleeve-Valve Engine, 491*
  • — — 265-h.p. Eight-Cylinder Duesenberg, 525* — — 31.2-100 h.p. Eight-Cylinder Lancia, 495*
  • — 22-73 h.p. Six-Cylinder Humber, 521*
  • — — 15-35 h.p. Six-Cylinder Morris, 494*
  • — —15.7-70 h.p. Six-Cylinder Rover, 523*
  • Motor Car Details :
  • Back Axle, 22.3-h.p. Bean Commercial Vehicle, 584*

— * — 13-35 h.p. Six-Cylinder Morris Car, 495*

  • Brake, Compressed-Air, for Passenger Ve¬hicles (G. D. Peters & Co., Ltd.), 137*

— * Front-Wheel, 22.3-h.p. Bean Com-mercial Vehicle, 584*

  • Clutch, Sunbeam Motor Vehicle, 585*
  • Cork-Sealed Piston Ring, 30* Door-Operating Mechanism for Passenger Vehicles (G. D. Peters & Co., Ltd.), 137*
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor-Car. Front Axle, 24.8-70 h.p. Daimler Car, 493*
  • Gear Box and Servo Motor, 75-11.1).
  • Stevens Motor Vehicle, 586*
  • — — 23-73 h.p. Six-Cylinder lumber Car, 521*
  • — Sunbeam Motor Vehicle, 585*
  • Oil Pump and Filter, 23-73 h.p. Six-Cylinder Humber Car, 521*
  • Rear Axle, 75-h.p. Stevens Motor Vehicle 587*
  • — — Sunbeam Motor Vehicle, 585* Steering Gear, 23-73 h.p. Six-Cylinder Humber Car, 523*
  • Motor Car Details—continued.
  • Transmission Gear, 22 • 3-h.p. Bean Com-mercial Vehicle, 584*
  • 13-35 h.p. Six-Cylinder Morris Car, 495*
  • Motor Car Engineers. See Automobile Engineers

- * — Engines. See Engines, Petrol — * Exhibition, Olympia, 490*, 521* — * — Fuels. See Motor Fuel); - * — Gear Boxes. See Motor-Car Details - * — Improvements in Design, 490 — * -- Industry in Germany, 502 — * — Trade Prospects, 521 - * — See also Motor Cycles ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX — * Cycle and Cycle Exhibition, Olympia, 746 — Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor-Cycle — * "Industry, Position of, 746, 824 — Matchless Silver Arrow, 747 — * — and Side Car, Skidding Tests, National, Physical Laboratory, 4* — * Electric, Commutator-Mica Cutting Machine 693*

  • — — Commutator and Slip-Ring Grinding Machine, 792*

- * — in Mines, 712 — * — Journal Bearings of, 679, 681*, 690*, 768*. See LETTER, 780 — * 50-h.p. Marino Type (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 342*

  • — — Robinson Compressed-Air Station, South Africa, 510

- * — Rolled-Steel Construction for, 725

  • — — 11-h.p. Totally-Enclosed (Metropolitan
  • Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.); 342

— * Fishing Boats in Japan, 652 — * Fuels, Alcohol Mixtures as, in South Africa, 208, 305 — * — Carbon Monoxide in Exhaust from Ethyl Petrol, 543 — * — Dopes, Effects on Detonation, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386

  • — — Measurement of Detonation, 219*, 272*. See LETTER, 386

— * Internal-Combustion. See A eron,antics ; En¬gines ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors — * Launches. See Motor Boats — * Lifeboat, High-Speed (J. I. Thornycroft Co., Ltd.), 718* — * Lorry, Rigid, Six-Wheel, 12-Ton Tipping (Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd.), 41* ; (Fodens, Ltd.), 41* — * — Six-Wheeled Chassis for (A.utomobil-werke H. Bussing A.-G.), 196*

  • — Six-Wheeled Tipping (Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Co.), 41

— * — 14-Wheeled, 100-Ton, Articulated (Scammell Lorries, Ltd.), 675*

  • — — See also Motor Vehicles

— * Manufacturers and Traders, Ltd.,

  • Annual Dinner, 526 ; Statistical Return, 562

— * Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ; Motorships — * Omnibus, Six-Wheeled Chassis for (Auto-mobilwerke H. Bussing A.-G.), 196* — * Paraffin. See Engines, Oil — * Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol ; Motor Boats ; Motor Cars Tractors

  • Motor Rail and Tramcar Co., Ltd., 30-h.p. Oil-Driven Locomotive, 642

— * Road Rollers. See Road Rollers

  • Motorship " Britannic," White Star Line, Launch of, 174
  • Classified, Lloyd's Register Report, 533

— * under Construction, Lloyd's Statistics, 86, 504 — * Diesel Auxiliary Generating Plant for, 821 — * H.M.S. " Medway," Machinery Equipment of, 11 — * Japanese, 753

  • " Llangibby Castle " (Harland & Wolff, Ltd.), 715

— * Lloyd's Register Book, 111 — * Lost, Lloyd's Statistics, 140, 203, 388, 490, 722 — * " Poelau Roebiah," Rotterdam Dry Dock Co., 60* — * Progress of, 809 — * Types of Diesel Engines for, 92 — * " Winchester Castle " (Harland & Wolff, Ltd.), 716 — * See also Marine Propulsion — * Spirit. See Motor Fuel — * Tractors. See Tractors — * Traffic and Road Problems, 743 — * Transport in Africa, 123*, 239 — * Development. in Switzerland, 206

  • — in South Africa, 303. See 238
  • — — in Undeveloped Country, 198, 237

— * Vehicles, Brake and Door-Operating Mecha-nism for (0. D. Peters & Co., Ltd.), 137* — — Accidents due to, 562

  • — — Commercial, Exhibition, Olympia, 582*, 616*, See 593

— * — 23-53 h.p. Four-Cylinder, 2-Ton (Singer

  • & Co., Ltd.), 616*
  • — — 22.3-h.p., 50-cwt., Four-Wheel (Bean
  • Cars, Ltd.), 682*
  • — — Improvements in Design, 582, 598

— * — 48-92 h.p. Rigid-Type, Six-Wheel (Four-Wheel Drive Motors, Ltd.), 618* — * 75-h.p. Six-Cylinder, Four-Wheel (A. J. Stevens & Co. (1914), Ltd.), 585*

  • — — 52-110 h.p., Six-Cylinder, Four-Wheel
  • (Sunbeam Motor-Car Co., Ltd.), 584* — — 70-142 h.p. Six-Cylinder, Six-Wheel (Sun
  • beam Motor-Car Co., Ltd.), 584*

— * in Poland, 607 — * — Road Tests with Alcohol Mixtures, 306

  • — — Speed Limits for, 176
  • -- Taxation of, 155

— * Wagon, Steam, Boiler Explosion, 171 — — See also Tractors

  • Mouchel, L. 0., & Partners, Ltd., Ferro
  • Concrete Cooling Towers, 545*, 759* Moulds, Copper, Water-Cooled, 368, 612* Mountain, R. W., on Steam-Generating Plant for Power Stations. 854
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Municipal Airports, Conference on, 589
  • — Electrical Association, Incorporated, Presidential Address on National Electricity Supply, by N. Moore, 17
  • Munro, R. W., Ltd., Gauge:Calibrating Instru-ment, 732*
  • Murakami, Prof. T., on Critical Points in Molybdenum Steels, 685
  • Murray Fin Water Tubes, Babcock Wilcox Boilers, Hams Hall Power Station, 645*, 663*

— * River, Australia, Irrigation Schemes, 93

  • Museum, Science, South Kensington, Rainhill Locomotive Trials, Centenary Exhibition, 52* ; Exhibition of Historical Scientific Apparatus, 701 ; Report on, 701
  • Mussel Training Seaplane, 74

N.

  • NAKAGAMI, T., on Wireless Communication
  • on Short Waves, 823
  • Nan Ling Tunnel, Peipiao Extension, Peking
  • Mukden Railway, 404*
  • Napier, D., & Son, Ltd., 530-h.p. Lion,
  • Series XI, Aeroplane Engine, 78*
  • Naples, Port of, 473
  • Natal Railways, Main-Line Electrification, 785.
  • See 239
  • National Coal Resources, Physical and Chemical
  • Survey, 778
    • Electricity Supply, 17
    • Finance and Engineering, 680
    • Physical Laboratory, Report on Work, 4*, 53, 86, 146, 178*, 209* ; Lanoline Rust Preventers, Report, 32 ; Research on Boiler Steels at High Temperatures, 156* ; Machines for Testing Road-Stones, 206 ; Research Work of, 385 ; Tests of Prismatic Window Glass, 447* ; Report on Hardness of Steel Balls, 575
  • Natural Gas in Alberta, 733
    • Estimate of World's Resources, 205
    • Flow through High-Pressure Pipe Lines, 180
    • Wells, Controlling and Gauging, Report, 95
  • Naude, Dr. S. M., on Spark Spectrum of Mercury, 385
  • Naval Architecture, Armament and Protection of Cruisers, 419*, 430
    • Atlantic Liners, Dimensions and Per-formances, 540*, 571*. See 413. See Erratum, 528
    • Breadth, Draught and Initial Stability of Ships, 414
    • Torsional Stress in Ship's Hull, 788
    • See also Warshipt
  • Naval Architects, Institution of :
  • Scholarships, 265
  • Summer Meeting, Rome:
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 413
  • Reports of Discussions, 413, 430, 473. See Erratum, 528
  • Visits and Excursions, 473
  • Atlantic Liners, by General E. de Vito, 540*, 571*. See 413. See Erratum, 528
  • Ship Design and Arrangements from Passengers' Point of View, by A. T. Wall and A. Tabb, 386. - See 414
  • Breadth, Draught and Initial Stability of Ships, by Prof. M. Gleijeses, 414
  • Armament and Protection in 10,000-Ton Cruisers and " Ersatz-Preussen," by Prof. W. Hovgaard, 419*. See 430
  • Separation of Dissolved Air Caused by Propeller Action, by G. Rabbeno, 430
  • Oil Films and Bearings, by H. Brilli6 and A. M. Robb. 431
  • Naval Armaments, Reduction of, 116, 727 Construction. See also Warships
    • Engineering, Royal School of, 474 — Warfare. See Warships
    • See also Warships
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics
    • Floating Aids to, 51
    • International Lighthouse Conference, 50, 82
    • Lights Indicator for Ships (Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 348
    • Rotating Radio Beacon Experiments, Fort Monckton, 180
    • Ship's Log and Speed Indicator, 753
    • Sounding Machine, Motor-Driven (Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd.), 342*
    • Wireless Telegraphy in. See Telegraphy,
  • Wireless
  • Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships
    • Chilean, Destroyers for, 274 ; Submarine Depot Ship " Araucano," 535
    • Dutch, Destroyers for, 265
    • French, Limitation of Armaments, 727
    • German, Cruiser " Ersatz-Preussen," Arma-ment and Protection, 419*, 430
    • Italian, Battleship " Caracciolo," Dimen¬sions and Performances, 541*, 571* ; Limitation of Armaments, 727
    • Japanese, Limitation of Armaments, 727 ; Ships of, 753 ; Life-Saving Devices for Submarines, 754
    • United States. See United States under Warships
    • See also Naval ; Warships ; and PARA-GRAPH INDEX
  • Needle Dam, Movable, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 222*
    • Valve, 9-Ft. Free-Discharge (Glenfield Kennedy, Ltd.), 109*
  • Negretti & Zambra, Distance-Reading Ther
  • mometer for Ships' Holds, 344* Netherlands, Engineering Wages, in, 438 Netherland Shipping Co., M.S. " Poelau Roe
  • biah," 60*
  • New York Central Railroad, Accident through Failure of Arch Bar, 269
    • City, Rapid-Transit Tramways, 790
    • Life Insurance Building, Foundations for, 38*
    • Mineville District, Magnetite Mining in, 246
    • Poughkeepsie Bridge, Righting Founda-tion Caisson for, 66*
  • Newbury, F. D., on American Power Station Equipment, 822 ; on Operation of Turbo-Generators, 854
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Dun-ston Coal-Distillation Plant, 649
    • Meeting, Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel Institute
    • Joint Meeting, North East Coast Institu¬tion of Engineers and Shipbuilders and Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 19. See 245*, 356*
  • Newcomen Engines, Valve Gears of, 555
    • Society, Joint Meeting with Devonshire Association, 84 ; Summer Meeting, Dart-mouth, Thomas Newcomen, by L. St. L. Pendred, 145 ; Transactions (Review), 550 ; Valve Gears of Newcomen Engines, by C. 0. Becker and A. Titley, 555 ; First Steam Engine in America, by L. F. Loree, 555 ; The Art of Water Drawing, by R. Jenkins, 716
  • Newcomen, Thomas, Bicentenary of, 84*, 145
  • Newmarch, L. J., on the Peipiao Extension, Chao Yang Branch, Peking-Mukden Rail¬way, 402*, 427*
  • Nickel-Chromium Alloy, Creep at High Tem-peratures, 355, 422*
    • Effect on High Elastic-Limit Steel, 383, 483
    • and Nickel-Chromium Cast Irons, Proper¬ties, 777
    • Steel for Locomotive Firebox Stays, 438 Nile Merchant Seaplane, 104
    • River, Sluice-Discharge at Assouan Dam,
  • 119*, 415*. See LETTER, 845*
  • Nilex, Properties of, 400*
  • Nimbus, 330-H.P. Aero Engine, 77*
  • Nitrogen, Ionised, Spectra of, 531
  • Nitroglycerin, Properties of, 547
  • Niwa, Y., on Electrical Transmission of Pictures, 823
  • Noble, H., the Late, 752
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulation
    • Ferrous Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy Norddeutscher-Lloyd Line, Accommodation at Bremerhaven, 159*
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd.,• 200-h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 329*
  • North-East Coast Institution of• Engineers and Shipbuilders, Newcastle Meeting, Applica¬tions of Monel Metal in Engineering and Shipbuilding, by J. Ireland, 19 ; Story of Safety at Sea, by Sir W. Abell, 19 ; De¬velopment in Uses of Electricity, by R. P. Sloan, 20 ; Notes on Damage to Ships, by J. L. Adam, 245*, 356*. See 20
  • - - England Electricity Scheme, 22*
    • England, Use of Electricity in, 20 North Metropolitan Electric Power Co., 40,000-kw. Triple-Exhaust Turbine, 214*
    • Notes from, 15, 47, 79, 111, 141, 173, 203, 233, 265, 293, 325, 379, 409, 439, 469, 529, 559, 590, 623, 676, 708, 741, 773, 807. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • West England Electricity Scheme, Opposition to Overhead Lines, 267
  • Norway, Economic Conditions in, Report, 352 Notched-Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials) Notes on New Books. See Books, and LITERATURE INDEX
    • See Cleveland ; North ; South West ; South
  • Yorkshire ; Labour. See also PARARAPH INDEX
  • Nozzles, Pelton-W heel, Unsteady Jet Flow from, 701*
  • Numata, S., on Electrolytic Corrosion of Underground Cable, 823
  • Nuneaton, Gas Supply at, 649
  • Nut-Locking Washer, Palnut, 299
    • Pin Lock, Kraberhall, 292

O

  • OBATA, Prof. J., on the Ultra Micrometer for Small Displacement Measurements, 726

Obituary :

  • Observatory, Edinburgh, 36-in. Reflecting Telescope for, 288*, 371*, 431*, 488*
  • Occlusion of Gases in Aluminium Alloys, 453
  • Ogg, Prof. A., on X-Ray Analysis of Crystalline Sulphates, 299
  • Ohm, International, National Physical Labora-tory Redetermination of, 179
  • Oil Cleaner, Fox Electric (Preston, Stallard & Co., Ltd.), 207*, 217*
    • Clearance in Bearings, 801*
    • Cooler, Mechanical (Aldwych Engineering Co., Ltd.), 337*
    • Cracking, Welded Vessels for, 855
    • Deposits, Locating, Geophysical Methods, 63*
    • Engines. See Engines, Oil ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractor,
    • Estimates of World's Resources, 205
  • — Field Brine, Disposal of, 543
  • — Films and Bearings, 431
  • Oil Fuel Pump and Heating Unit (Babcock ,t Wilcox, Ltd)., 341*
    • Lubricating and Transformer, Filters for (Stream-Line Filter Co., Ltd.), 421*
    • Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars : Motor Boats : Tractors
    • Pump, Hele-Shaw Beacham (Greenwood k Batley, Ltd.), 739*
    • Separator, Centrifugal (Super-Centrifugal Engineers, Ltd.), 334*
    • Switches. See Switchgear
    • Tractors. See Tractors
    • See also Lubrication : Petroleum
  • Okamoto, Prof. T., on Electric Welding in Japan, 823
  • Oki, Prof. 1., on Discharge over Rectangular Weirs, 855
  • Oliver, G. W., on Steam Stand-By and Central Steam-Heating Plant, Winnipeg, 609*
  • Olympia. See Exhibition
  • Omni bus, Motor. See Motor Omnibus
  • O'Neill Machine Co., Glass-Forming Machinery, 29, 91*
  • Ono, Prof. A., on Fatigue of Metals under
  • Repeated Stresses, 824
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Report, 145

— * Port Arthur, Grain-Car Unloader, 163*, 257*

  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace
  • Opening Bridges. See Bridges
  • Optical Differential Dilatometer, 354, 424*

— * Dividing Head (C. Zeiss), 509* — * Investigations, National sPhysical Labora-tory, 179 — * and Physical Societies'-Exhibition, 773 — * Pyrometry for Metallurgical Reseach, 360* — * Pyrometers. See Pyrometry

  • Optics, Metallurgical Microscope (C. Zeiss), 556*

— * Prismatic Window Glass, Tests, 447* — * 36-in. Reflecting Telescope, Edinburgh Observatory, 288*, 371*, 431*, 488* — * Theodolite, Tavistock (Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd.), 736 — * Universal Theodolite (C. Zeiss), 734*

  • Orange Free State, Irrigation Schemes in, 280 Ordnance and Gunnery, Text Book of (Review), 255
  • Ore Dock, Canadian Furnace Co., 763*, 832*

— * Flotation, Consumption of Reagents, Report, 173 — * Iron, World's Supply, 685 — * Prospecting by Geo-Electrical Methods, 685 — * Sizing by Elutriation, 478 — * and Rocks, Electrical Resistance of, 718

  • Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry Oscillations, Torsional, Instrument for Measur¬ing (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • Osgood, F., on High-Voltage Interconnection in United States, 724
  • Oshima, Y., on Hydrogenation of Japanese Coal, 820
  • Out-of-Balance Drive, Applications of, 852* Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
    • Steam-Heated, Explosions of, 514 Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
    • Lines, Power Transmission, Breaking tests of Towers and Poles, 790
    • Power Transmission, Costs of, 183*
    • Power Transmission, Extra High-Voltage, 789
    • Power Transmission, Protection from Lightning, 412
    • Power Transmission . System for Great Britain, 147
    • Power Transmission, Tests by Artificial Lightning Discharges, 78
    • Power Transmission, Steel Masts and Towers (Review), 36
    • Power Transmission, Effect of Temperature, 369, 446
    • Power Transmission, Natal Railway,
  • Electrolysis of Concrete Mast Bases, 785 — — Power Transmission, Opposition to, 267, 441, 474
    • Power Transmission, Towers, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 615*
  • Overseas Mechanical Transport Directing Committee, Appointment of, 198. See 237 — Trade, British, Engineering Exports, 204 — — and Customs Delays, 507
    • Department., Economic and Trade Con¬ditions in Belgium, Report, 6 ; iteport, Economic Conditions in Denmark, 177 ; Report, Economic and Financial Conditions in Switzerland, 206 ; Report,

Import Trade of India. 262 ; Report, Economic Conditions in. Norway, 352 ; Report, Economic and Financial Con¬ditions in Germany, 502 ; Report, Eco¬nomic Conditions in Poland, 695 ; Report, Economic and Financial Situation in Egypt, 849

    • and Post Facilities, 810
  • Owens Bottle Machine Co., Glass-Forming Machinery, 91*
  • Oxford Process, Beet-Sugar Production, Report, 201
    • University Agricultural Engineering Re-search Institute, Report, Oxford Process, Beet-Sugar Production, 291
  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Oxygen and Corrosion Fatigue, Experiments on, 190*
    • Ionised, Spectra of, 534
    • jet Cutting Machine (Godfrey Engineering Co., Ltd.), 407* ; (Premier Steel Tube Co., Ltd.), 753*
  • Ozone, Atmospheric, 385

P.

  • PACKING, Labyrinth, Chart for Leakage Loss in, 65*
  • ' Page, F. H.. on Commercial Aviation, 853 Paint Burner, Electric, with Globar Heating Elements, 815*
  • — and Varnishes, Standard Specification, 726 Painting and Lacquering, Practical Railway, (Review), 316
  • Palladium. Melting Point of 146
  • Palmaer, Prof. \V., on Electro-Chemical Indus tries of Sweden, 684
  • Palmer. F., Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443
  • Palnut Safety Nut-Locking Washer, 299 Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • — Tractors. See Tractor,
  • Paragon Beet Lifter (Ruston it Hornsby, Ltd.), 40*
  • Pardoe, H., on Hot Patching, 447
  • Paris, Lyons tt Mediterranean Railway,
  • 5,400-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 786* Parker, F., Ltd., Sand and Gravel-Washing
  • Plant, 632* •, 10-Cub. Ft. Double-Arm
  • . Type Concrete Mixer, 632*
  • Parker, Winder tt Achurch, Ltd., Portable Rotary Screen, 634*
  • Parkinson, J., & Son, All-Geared Plain Milling Machine, 660*
  • Parnall, G., & Co., Elf Two-Seater Aeroplane,
  • 74* • Peto Reconnaissance Seaplane, 74* ,
  • 60-1. p. Radial Aeroplane Engine, 74* Parr, Prof. S. W., on Illinois Coals, 249
  • Parrish, F., on Waste Reduction in Steel Industry, 803
  • Parry, E., on Flow of Water in Pipes, 788
  • Parsons, C. A., & Co., Ltd., 10,000-kw. Turbo-Generators, Kalyan Power Station, 723 ; Electrically-Welded Constructional Parts, 771*
  • Parsons, Sir C. A., on Progress in Steam Tur
  • bine Plant, 213*. See 270. See LETTER, 630 Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 20-h.p. Four
  • Cylinder Marine Petrol Engine, 332* Parsons, R. H., on Registration of Power
  • Plant Tests, 745
  • Parsons Turbines. See Turbines, Steam ;

Marine Propulsion

  • Passenger Accommodation in Ships, 356, 414 — Landing Stage, Tilbury Docks Improve¬ments, 395*. See 443

— * Steamers. See Steamers — * Tender " Calshott," 587

  • Patent Lightning Crusher Co., Ltd., Stone
  • Crusher, 631*

— * Record, 64', 158*, 218*, 310*, 576*, 694*,

  • INDEX
  • Paterson See PATENT RECORD Paterson Engineering Co., Ltd., Filtering
  • Apparatus, Kempton Park Pumping Station, 456* ; Exhibits at Public Works Exhibition, 646
  • Payment of Labour. See Labour
  • Pearce, J. G., on Engineering Cast Irons and Their Properties, 776
  • Pearlite in Steel, Coalescence of, 384
  • Pearson & Knowles Coal 61,. Iron Co., Ltd., 125-Ton Hot-Metal Mixer Car, 537*
  • Pedestal, Plummer-Block, Electrically-Welded Steel Plate, 771*
  • Pegg, S., & Son, Power Road Tamper and Vibratory Screen, with Out-of-Balance Drive, 852*
  • Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 4C2*, 427*
  • Peking-Mukden Railway, Chao Yang Branch, Peipiao Extension, 402*, 427*
  • Pels, H., Combination Plate-Splitting Shears, and Punching, Cropping and Notching Machine, 349* : Open-Ended Bar and Billet Shears, 349*
  • Pelton-Wheel Nozzles, Unsteady Jet Flow from, 701*
  • Pendred, L. St. L., on Newcomen, 145
  • Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co., S.S. " Mongolia," 125-k.w. Auxiliary Turbo-Generatoi, 571* ; S.S. " Viceroy of India." Design and Performance of Boilers, 846
  • Penstocks, Hydraulically-Operated, Tilbury Docks Improvements, (Glenfleld & Ken¬nedy, Ltd.), 396*
  • Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Co., Ltd., Petrol-Driven Locomotive and Raft-Transporting Wagon, 436*
  • Pere Marquette Railway, United States, Turbo-Electric Train Ferry, 855
  • Perkins, .1., Work on Uniflow Engines, 507 Perkin, Prof. W. H., the Late, 374
  • Permanent Way Maintenance on British Railways, 652
  • — — Repair of Crossings by Electric Welding, 719*
  • Peters, G. D., & Co., Ltd., Brake and Door-Operating Mechanism for Passenger Vehicles, 137*
  • Peterson Reactance Coil, Alternative to Lightning Protection, 413
  • Peto Reconnaissance Seaplane, 74*
  • Petrol Ethyl, Carbon Monoxide in Exhaust from, 543
  • — Motors. See Aeronautics ; Enlines, Petrol ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats; ; Tractor.;

— * Pump, Gloster-Straussler, 105* — * Tractors. See Tractors

  • Petroleum Fields, Disposal of Brine, 543

— * Technologists, Institution of, Geophysical Methods of Surveying and Prospecting, by W. H. Fordham, 182 ; Annual Dinner, 504 ; Proposed Central Building for Technical Societies, 504 — * See also Oil ; Paraffin ; Engines, Oil Petters, Ltd., 50 h.p. Two-Cylinder Two-Stroke Marine Oil Engine, 332*

  • Phenol Removal and Recovery from Am
  • moniacal Liquors, Report, 722 Philadelphia-Camden Suspension Bridge, 788 Philadelphia Electric Co., Conowingo Hydro
  • Electric Scheme, 515*, 551*, 613*. See
  • 822
  • Phoenix Engineering Co., Ltd., Tar-Spraying Machine, 645*
  • Phosphor-Bronze Bars, Standard Specification, 619
  • Phosphorus, Atomic Weight of, 385
  • Photoelectric Cells for Blank Inspection, Royal Mint, 48
  • Photographic Surveying from Aircraft, Canada, 297
  • Photometry, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 209
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs. Physical and Chemical Survey, National Coal Resources, 778
    • Chemistry. See Chemistry
    • Laboratory. See National Physical
    • and Mathematical Papers, Sir J. Larmor's (Review), 211
  • Physical Metallurgy, Research in, 354, 359*, 391*
  • Physical Society :
  • Standard Weights and Measures, by J. E. Sears, 64 • Joint Exhibition with Optical Society, 773
  • Physics, Acoustics, Progress in, 299
    • Actinium, Origin of, 208
    • Atmospheric Ozone, 385
    • Atomic Nuclei, 385
  • -- Conductivity, Thermal and Electrical, of
  • Alloys, 146
    • Cosmical, Problems of, 298
    • Critical Relations between Water and Steam, 295, 595*. See LETTER, 813
    • Crystal Structure and Chemical Constitu¬tion, 95
    • Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 146, 178*, 447*
    • Electron Emissions and Quantum Mechanics, 298
    • Flame-Temperature Investigations, 146 — Fluorescence of Mercury Vapour, 385
    • and Fuel Problems, 844
    • institute of, Physics and Utilisation of Fuel, by Dr. C. H. Lander, 844
    • Ionisation Spectra and Astrophysical Problems, 534
    • Lightning Protection, Theory and Practice, 236
    • Manchester Research Work in, 25, 57
    • Mass Spectra, Recent Work on, 385
    • and Oil Finding, 63*
    • Optical Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 179
    • Raman Effect and Scattered Light, 385
    • Sound Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 179
    • Spark Spectrum of Mercury, 385
    • Spectrograph for Metallurgical Analysis, 841
    • Spectroscopic Investigation of Yttrium in
  • Cape Granites, 298
  • — — Phenomena at Low Temperatures, 298
    • Spectroscopy, Standard Wavelengths in Extreme Ultra-Violet, 298
    • Steam Tables, International, 49, 751. See LETTERS, 813, 840
    • Temperature Scales, International, Com-parison of, 146
    • Thermal Conductivity of Sulphur, 146
    • See also Physical Society and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Pickfords, Ltd., 110-Ton Trailer, 619*
  • Pictures, Electrical Transmission of, 823
  • Piers, Bridge, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 427*

— * Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 367*, 670*

  • — Foundation, Poughkeepsie Suspension
  • Bridge, New York, 66* Pietermaritzburg-Town Hill Deviation, South
  • African Railways, 784
  • Piezo-Electric Oscillators, Nitional Physical Laboratory Investigations, 179*
  • Pig Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Pile Foundation, Quay Wall, Bremerhaven, 159*

— * Saw, Submarine, Welland Ship Canal Re construction, 670*

  • Piling, Concrete, Self-Healing of Cracks in, 452

— * Steel, Larssen, Port Improvements at Bremerhaven, 161* — * Steel Sheet, Welland Ship Canal Recon-struction, 192*, 367*

  • Pilkington Brothers, Ltd.. Sheet-Glass Machi-nery, 278*
  • Pilot-Balloon Observations and Vertical Air-Currents, 61
  • Pinholes in Cast Aluminium Alloys, 368, 452* Pinions. See Gears ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsism
  • Pins, Taper, Standard Specification, 768
  • Pipe Bends, Deflections and Stresses in, 787
    • and Channels, Fluid Flow in, 69*, 98*, 131,* 788
    • Earthquake-Proof Socket Joint for, 754
    • Feed-Water Delivery, Steel, Failure of, 826 — Flanges, Standard Specification, 217
    • Joints, Compressed-Air Supply, Rand Mines, 510*
  • Line Air Filter (C. G. Vokes, Ltd.), 334*
    • Compressed Air, Rand Gold Mines, 479*, 510*. See 270
  • — — Distribution, Winnipeg Central Steam-Heating Plant, 611*
    • High-Pressure, Flow of Natural Gas Through, 180
    • Steam. See Steam Pipes.
    • and Tube Bending and Jointing (Review), 317
    • See also Tubes
  • Piping, Engine-Room, Identification Colours,
  • Specification, 55
  • Piston and Piston-Rod Machining Operations, 838*

—** Ring, Cork-Sealed, for Internal-Combustion Engines, 30*

  • Pitot Tubes for Whirling-Arm Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • PItter Clutch for Excavator, 186*

— * Variable-Speed Gear (Aldwych Engineering Co., Ltd.), 200*

  • Planeto Reduction Gear (C. F. Archer), 434 Planing Machine. See Machine Tools. Planishing, Ball, of Holes, 33*
  • Plate Glass. Manufacture of, 277*, 304*

— * Ships, Cracks in, Causes and Remedies, 245*, 356*. See 20. — * Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams. Platinum-Resistance Pyrometers. See Pyro-meter's.

  • Plougastel Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, 485* Plough, Four-Furrow Multi-Track (Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ltd.), 41*
  • -- Motor. See Tractor.
  • Ploughing Engine, Cable, 150-H.P. Oil-Driven (J. Fowler et Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 702*

— * Tractor, Cable (Auto-Mower Engineering Co., Ltd.), 42* - * — 30-h.p. Oil-Driven (J. it H. McLaren & Co., Ltd.), 90*

  • Plummer-Block Pedestal, Electrically-Welded Steel Plate, 771*
  • Plurovane Feed nimps, Hams Hall Power Station, 760*
  • Pneumatic Brake and Door-Operating Gear for Passenger Vehicles (G. D. Peters & Co., Ltd.), 137*
    • Gobbing Packer for Collieries (Demag A.-G.) 497
    • Tools. Seo Machine Tools.
    • Seo also Compressed Air ; Air Compressor.
  • Pobjoy Aero. Engine, 74*
  • " Poelau Roebiah," M.S., Rotterdam Dry
  • Dock Co., 60*
  • Poland, Economic Conditions in, Report, 695

— * Port of Gdynia, Progress of, 697

  • Poles, Transmission Line, Breaking Tests of,
  • 790
  • Polhem, C., Work of, 550
  • Polkinghorno, E. C., on Ventilation and Dust
  • Control in Witwatersrand Mines, 603 Pollution, Atmospheric, and Potential
  • Gradient, 61
  • Polytechnic. See Education.
  • Pond, Log, Forest Products Research Labora-tory, 488*, 797*
  • Pontoons, Ferro-Concrete, for Timber Centring,
  • Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, 485* Pooley, H., Junr., on Portland-Cement
  • Manufacture, 725
  • Port of Aden, Accommodation at, 461
  • — Arthur, Ontario, Grain-Car Unloader, 163*, 257*
  • -- Colborne Harbour. and Breakwater, Wel¬land Ship Canal, 763*, 832*

— * Facilities of Great Britain, Report, 810 — * of Gdynia, Poland, Progress of, 607 — * of Genoa, 474 — * of Hull, Accommodation at, 202 — * Improvements, Bremerhaven and Bremen, 159* — * of London, Annual Report, 297 Tilbury

  • Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443
  • of Naples, 473

— * Weller Breakwaters, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 130, 194 — * of West Hartlepool, 529 Portable Engine. See Engine. — * Machine Tools. See Machine Tools.

  • Portevin, A. M., on Dilatometric Study of
  • Univariant Two-Phase Reactions, 354 Portishead Power Station, Bristol Corporation,
  • 654*
  • Portland Cement. See Cement.
  • Portsmouth District, Hydrology of, 55
  • — Meeting, British Waterworks Association.
  • See British Waterworks Association.

— * Water Supply, Results of Treatment, 55

  • Potential Gradient and Atmospheric Pollution,
  • 61
  • Poughkeepsie Suspension Bridge, Righting
  • Foundation Caisson for, 66*
  • Poultry Houses, " Venturi " Ventilator for
  • (Boulton & Paul, Ltd.), 41
  • Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Coal.
  • Power Alcohol. See Alcohol ; Molor 10,1e1t.

— * Conference. See World Power Conference Electric, Advantages of High-Voltage Gene-ration, 215

  • — — Application to Metallurgy, 684
  • — Influence of Load Factor on Cost, 184

— * — Statistics of Supply, 532 — * — Supply on the Rand, 271. See 213

  • — — Supply Scheme for Great Britain, 147.
  • See 271

— * — Supply in South Africa, 213. See 271 — * Use in North East England, 20 — * Gas. See Gas Producers — * Generation, Alternative Methods, of, 612 Power Plant Co., Ltd., Carrier-Ring Flexible Coupling, 557* — * Plants, Hydro-Electric, American, Equip¬ment of, 822 - * — Hydro-Electric, Comparison with Steam Plants, 184

  • — — Hydro-Electric, Conowingo, Maryland, 515*, 551*, 613*. See 822
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Forshuvudforsen, Swe¬den, 375*

— * — Hydro-Electric, Free-Discharge Needle Valve for, 109* — * Hydto-Electric, Glen Affric, Scotland, Rejection of Scheme, 778 — * — Hydro-Electric, Hammarforsen, Sweden,

  • 221*, 286*
  • — Hydro-Electric, in Italy, 724, 855
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Kanose, Japan, 789
  • — — Hydro-Electric, in Manitoba, 15
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Report of Ontario Hydro
  • Electric Power Commission, 145

— * — Hydro-Electric, Swiss, Output of, 206 — * Hydro-Electric, Utilisation in J apan, 789 — Hydro-Electric, Welland Ship Canal, 7 — — Machinery, Registration of Tests, 745 — * — See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ;

  • Substations
  • — Production, Alcohol for. See Alcohol ;
  • Motor Fuels
  • — Resources, World, Statistics, 205
  • — for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propul
  • sion ; Ship Resistance

— * Stations, Electric, American, Equipment of, 822 — * — Electric, American, Pulverised Coal in, 650 — — Electric, Barton, Manchester, Generating

  • Costs, 184 ; Nuisance from Sulphurous
  • Fumes, 744
  • — Electric, Battersea, Sulphurous :Fumes from, 150
  • — — Electric, Brimsdown, 40,000-kw. Triple-Exhaust Turbine, 214*

— * — Electric, British, Output Statistics, 632

    • Electric, Cockle Creek, New South Wales, 96
    • Electric, Comparison with Hydro-Elec¬tric Plants, 184
    • Electric, Doxford Oil Engine for, 308*. See LETTERS, 417
    • Electric, Dunston, Coal-Distillation Plant, 649
    • Electric, Economic Operation of, 854
    • Electric, Fuel Problems in, 649
    • Electric, Hams Hall, Birmingham, 545*, 663*, 769*, 793*, 829*. See 597
    • Electric, High Pressures and Tempera¬tures in, 854
  • Power Stations, Electric, Italian, 724
    • Electric, Kalyan, India, 723
    • Electric, Kirkstall, 600-lb. Pressure
  • Electrically-Controlled .Stop Valve, 620* — — Electric, Loading Boilers for Maximum
  • Fuel Economy, 796*
    • Electric, London Power Co., Load Despatching System, 804*
    • Electric, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 225*, 252*, 312*
    • Electric, North-East England Electricity Scheme, 22*
    • Electric, Portishead, Bristol Corporation. 654*
    • Electric, Remote Control of, 822
    • Electric, Standby, Winnipeg, 609* — — Electric, Steam-Generating Plant for, 854
    • Electric, Stoke-on-Trent, Extension, 600
    • Electric, and Sulphurous Fumes, Report, 716. See 160, 744
    • Electric, Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Co., Ltd., 271
    • Electric, Witbank, South Africa, 213*
    • Electric, Worcester, Boiler Reconstruction for Pulverised Fuel, 43*
    • Feed-Water Dc-Aerator for (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 275*
    • Heat Transmission through Chromium
  • Plated Brass Condenser Tubes, 5
    • Steam, Multiple Metering Board for
  • (Electroflo Meters Co., Ltd.), 348*
    • See also Power Plants ; Snbgtot ions,
    • Supply, Electric, Canada, Statistics, 802
  • — — Electric, Consumption of Fuel, 563
  • — — Electric, Economics of, 183*
  • — — Electric, Electricity • Commissioners'
  • Statistics, 776
  • — — Electric, High-Voltage Interconnection
  • in United States, 724
    • Electric, for Italian Railways. 724
      • Electric, Midland Rural Districts, 202
    • Electric, National System, 17
    • Electric, Opposition to Overhead Trans¬mission Lines, 267
  • — — Electric, Rejection of Grampian Hydro-Electric Scheme, 778
  • — — Electric, Report of Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 145
  • — — Electric, South Africa, Statistics, 815
  • — — Electric, in Tokyo-Yokohama District, 724

— * Transmission, Bearings for Line-Shafting, 801*, 811, 836*

  • — — Electric, Economic Limits of, 183*, 271 — — Electric, High-Tension Cable Design, 724 — — Mechanical (Review), 549

— * — Overhead Lines, Costs of, 183*

  • — — Overhead Lines, Effect of Temperature,
  • 369, 446
  • — — Overhead Lines, Natal Railway, Electro
  • lysis of Concrete Mast Bases, 785
  • — — Overhead Lines, Objection to South
  • East England Scheme, 441, 474
  • — — Overhead Lines, Opposition to, 267
  • — Overhead Lines, Steel Masts and •Towers
  • (Review), 36
  • — — Overhead Line Towers, Conowingo

• * I, NA. ~AM.& S.'

  • Hydro-Electric Scheme, 615*

— * — Overhead Lines, Breaking Tests of Towers and Poles, 790 — * — Overhead Line, Tests by Artificial Lightning Discharges, 78 - * — Overhead Lines, Extra-High Voltage,

  • 789
  • — Overhead Line, Protection from Light
  • ning, 412
  • — Overhead Line, System for Great
  • Britain, 147
  • — — See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion.

— * Water, Available in British Isles, 612 — — Development in Switzerland, 206 — * Estimates of World's Resources, 205 — — in Northern Manitoba, 15 — * Sugarloaf-Rubicon Scheme, Needle Valve

  • for, 109*
  • — — Use with Steam Power in Japan, 789
  • — — Utilisation of Low Heads, 855
  • — See also Hydraulic ; Power Plants, Hydro-Electric ; Pelton Wheels ; Tur¬bines, Hydraulic.
  • Prandtl, Prof. L., on Turbulence in Hydro-dynamics, 788
  • Premier Cooler and Engineering Co., Ltd.,
  • Air-Cooler for Turbo-Alternator, 794* Premier Steel Tube Co., Ltd., Automatic
  • Oxygen-Jet •Cutting Machine, 753*
  • Presidential Address to Association for Education in Industry and Commerce, by Sir M. Bonn, on Work of Association, 18
  • — — to Association of Supervising Electrical Engineers, by S. B. Donkin, on Alter¬native Methods of Power Generation, 612
  • — — to British Association, by J. H. Hof-meyr, on Africa and Science, 207
  • — — to British Association (Engineering Section) by Prof. F. C. Lea, on Science and. Engineering, 151, 186. See 143, 271

— * — to British Association (Mathematics and Physical Science Section), by Lord Ray¬leigh,, on Problems of Cosmical Physics, 298 — * — to Devonshire Association, by Dr. G. P. Bidder, on the Sea, 146 — * — to Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association, by N. Moore, on National Electricity Supply, 17

  • — to Institute of Fuel, by Sir D. Milne-Watson, on Problems of Fuel Industry, 563
  • — — to Institute of Marine Engineers, by Eng. Vice-Admiral Sir R. B. Dixon, on Developments in Marine Engineering, 809

— * to Institute of Transport, by Sir J. Stamp, on Economics of Transport, 501

  • — — to Institution of Automobile Engineers, by Prof. W. Morgan, on the Member and the Institution, 471 .See 531. See' LETTER 536

— * — to Institution of Civil Engineers, by W. W. Grierson, on Transport Problems. 607. See 599*

  • —. — to Institution of Electrical Engineers, by Col. Sir T. Purves, on International Telephone Communication, 556. See 561
  • Presidential Address to Institution of Mechan¬ical Engineers, by Dr. D. Adamson, on Work of the Institution, 618, 531, 635. See LETTER 536

— * — to Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, by Dr. W. Cullen, on Modern Mining Explosives, 547 — * — to Junior Institution of Engineerti, by Sir E. W. Moir, on Some Engineering Difficulties, 843

  • Pressure Distribution and Resistance of Ships, 788
  • Preston, Stallard ct, Co., Flx Electric Oil Cleaner, 217*
  • Prestwich, J. A., Ltd., Motor-Cycle Engine Output, 747
  • Price, B., on Compressed-Air Supply on the Rand, 479*, 510*. See 270
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price Diagrams.
  • Princes Risborough, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 487*, 601*, 695*, 731*, 783*, 797*
  • Prismatic Window Glass (Holophane, Ltd.), 447*
  • Proctor, H. F., Portishead Power Station, 654* Producers, Gas, for Metallurgical Furnaces, 581
  • Profit Sharing. See Labour.
  • " Prometheus," S.S., Strain Measurements, 651
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics.

— * Efficiency, Effect of Dissolved Air on, 430 Marine, Tank Tests, National Physical Laboratory, 53 — * Screw, Investigations of 0. Reynolds, 58 Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion ;

  • Engines Turbines ; Propellers ; Ship
  • Resistance.
  • Prospecting, Ore, Geo-Electrical Methods, 685
  • — and Surveying, Geophysical Methods, 182 Psychological Tests of Abilities, Report, 14
  • Public Roads, United States Bureau of. See United States.
  • — Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition,
  • Royal Agricultural Hall, 625.* See 825* Pulverised Coal, American Power Stations, 650 — — Installation, Brand System, S.S. " Swift
  • pool," 170*

— * — Installation, Hams Hall Power Station,

  • Birmingham, 545*, 663*
  • — — Installation, Todd Unit System, S.S.
  • " West Alsek," 87*
  • — for Marine Boilers, 564
  • — — Plant, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure
  • Steam Plant, 228*
  • — — S.S. " Berwindlea," Maiden Voyage, 307.
  • See 575

— * — Worcester Power Station, Boiler Recon-struction for, 43*

  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Cast-Iron, Explosion of, 172
  • — — Gravel (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 642*

— * — for Sewage Works, 824, — — Trailing Suction Dredger, 738* — * Compound Plunger, Single-Acting, Kempton Park Pumping Station (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 455*

  • — Feed, Centrifugal, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 312*

— * Plurovane, Hams Hall Power Station, 760*

  • — Flow through Conical-Seated Valves, 787 — Fuel, Aero-Bosch. for Diesel Engines, 628*

— * High Vacua, National Physical Laboratory Work on, 147 — * Lift, Portable Petrol-Driven (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.). 642* — * Oil-Fuel, and Heating Unit (Babcock &

  • Wilcox, Ltd.), 341*
  • — — for Governor Gear, Lawaczeck Hydraulic
  • Turbine. 376
  • — — Hele-Shaw Beacham (Greenwood &
  • Batley, Ltd.), 739*
  • — — for High-Speed Oil-Gear Multiple Drill, 126*
  • — Petrol, Gloster-Straussler, 105*

— * Turbine, Researches on, 855

  • — Valveless Rotary (British Quadruplet, Ltd.), 717*

— * Vertical, Condensate-Extraction (Metro

  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 343* — Water-Circulating, Petters' Marine Oil
  • Engine, 333*
  • Pumping, History of, 716

— * Machinery for Dry and Floating Docks, 652

  • — Plant, Fountains at Barcelona Exhibition, 324
  • — — Tilbury Docks Dry Dock (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 398*
  • —Station, Kempton Park, Metropolitan Water Board, 425*, 455*, 563

— * — Langford, Southend Water Works Co., 404

  • Purchasing, Scientific Principles of (Review), 316
  • Purification of Sewage. See Sewage

— * of Water. See Water

  • Purves, Col. Sir T., on International Telephone Communication, 556. See 561
  • Pyrometers, Platinum-Resistance, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 146

— * Thermo-Electric, and Switchboard (Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 348*

  • Pyrometry Optical, for Metallurgical Research, 360*

Q.

  • QUANTUM Mechanics and Electron Emissions, 298
  • Quartz Plate Piezo-Electric Oscillators, 179*
  • Quasi-Arc Co., Bridge Strengthening by Electric
  • Welding, 687*, 719*. See 711. See LETTER, 781
  • Quays, New, at Bremerhaven and Bremen, 159*
  • Quenching of Steel. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Quicksilver. See Mercury and Metal-Price Diagrams

R.

  • R101 AIRSHIP, Trials, 444
  • Rabbeno, G., on Separation of Dissolved Air by Propeller Action, 430
  • Racks, Trash, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, Sweden, 286*
  • Radial Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools Radiators, Steam, for Heating Buildings, 216
  • Radio Beacon Experiments, Fort Monckton, 180

— * Research Board, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 170*

  • Radioactivity, Origin of Actinium, 298 Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless Radiotelephony. See Telephony, Wireless Radium Tests, National Physical Laboratory, 178
  • Raft-Transporting Wagon and Petrol Locomo¬tive, Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Co., Ltd., 436*
  • Bales Ultimes Powders for Spectroscopic Analysis, 48, 841
  • Railroad. See Railways
  • Rails on British, American, and Italian Rail¬ways, 652

— * Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams — * — South African Railways, 784. See 239 — * — Welded, Impact Tests, 712, 720 Railways, Berlin Suburban, 1,200-kw. Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 819* — * Bridge. See Bridge — * British, Accidents on, Report 296

  • — — Engineering Practice on, 652
  • — Canadian National, Grain-Car Unloader at
  • Port Arthur, 163*, 257*

— * Pacific, Snow Removal on, 653 ; Launch of S.S. " Empress of Japan," 806

  • — and Canals, Transport by, 607
  • — Centenary, Liverpool-Manchester, 825
  • — Crossings, Repair by Electric Welding, 719*
  • — Economic Investigations on, 501
  • — Electrification, 607
  • — Natal Main Lines, 785. See 239
  • — in United States, 652, 653
  • — Elevated and Underground, New York, 790
  • — French State, Automatic Coupler, 350*
  • — German State, 1,200-h.p. Diesel-Compressed-Air Locomotive, 748*

— * Great Indian Peninsula, Kalyan Power Station, 723

  • — Western, Brunel's Work on, 607. See 599* ; Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, 599*. See 608
  • — Italian, Improvements, 653 ; Electric Power Supply for, 724
  • — Japanese Government, Electrification of, 755 ; Locomotives and Rolling Stock, 755 ; Power Signalling and Interlocking on, 755 ; Snow Removal and Protection on, 755 ; Tanna Tunnel Construction, 754 ; Ventilation of Tunnels, 754 ; Opera• tjon and Maintenance, 755

— * Liverpool and Manchester, Rainhill Loco-motive Trials, 52* — * Locomotive. See Locomotive

  • — London, Midland & Scottish, 40-Ton Side-Discharging Coal Wagon, 848*
  • — — ez North Eastern, Proposed Train Ferry to Sweden, 442 ; Strengthening Bridges by Electric Welding, 687*, 719*. See 711. See LETTER, 781 ; 4-6-2-2 Type Four-Cylinder Compound Locomotive, 850
  • — Painting and Lacquering, Practical (Re-view), 316

— * Paris, Lyons Mediterranean, 5,400-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 786*

  • — Pere Marquette, United States, Turbo-Electric Train Ferry, 855
  • — Platform-Indicating and Train-Describing System. B. P. Relay, 705

— * and Road Competition in South Africa, 244 — Rolling Stock, B. A. W. Automatic Coupler, 350*

  • — — Stock Material, Standard Specification, 379
  • — — Stock. See also Locomotives ; Wagons — Sierra Leone Government, Report, 778 — Signalling. See Signalling

— * Sleepers, Ferro-Concrete, Emperger, 12* — * South African, 243*. See 237 ; Engineering Problems on, 228, 783. See 239 ; Loco-motives on, 228. See 239 ; Road Motor Services, 303

  • — Australian, Report, 503
  • — Devon, Atmospheric System, 608
  • — Southern, Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 114, 145 ; Electric Traction on, 535

— * Street. See Tramways — * Swedish, Proposed Train Ferry to England,

  • Report 442 ; Ljungstr8m Locomotive
  • Performances, 853
  • — Swiss, Progress of Electrification, 206
  • — Toulouse to Barcelona, Opening of, 115
  • — Track, Development of, 607

— * — Describing and Platform-Indicating S ys-tem, B.P. Relay, 705

  • Transpyrenean, Barcelona to Toulouse, Opening, 115
  • — United States, Accidents through Arch-Bar Failures, 269

— * — States, Operation of, 652

  • — Wagons. See Wagons
  • — Yard, Jolimont, Melbourne, Proposed
  • Building Over, 418
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rain, Electric Charge on, 737
  • Rainfall over the British Isles, Extremes of, 55

— * in South Africa, 278. See 270

  • Rainhill Locomotive Trials, Centenary Exhibition, Science Museum, South Kensington, 52*
  • Raman Effect and Scattered Light, 385
  • Rampazzi, A., on Hydro-Electric Plants in Italy 855
  • Ranarex Apparatus, Gas-Density Measurement, 202
  • Rand, Compressed-Air Supply on, 479*, 510*. See 270
  • — Electric Power Supply on, 271
  • — Mining Operations in, 270
  • Rand. See also Witwatersrand
  • Randall, Prof. 0. R., on Tests of Insulating Materials, 272, 657*, 689*
  • Range Finder, Pedestal Type, Marine (Barr & Stroud, Ltd.), 339*
  • Ransomes & Rapier, Ltd., Tilting-Drum Con¬crete Mixer, 636*
  • Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ltd., Four-Furrow Multi-Track Plough, 41*
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd., Waterfall Electro-Magnetic Separator, 347* ; Elec-tro-Magnetic Drum Separator, 348*

— * Transit Subways in New York City, 790 Raztrick and Trevithick, Work of, 550 Rayleigh, Lord, on Problems of Cosmical

  • Physics, 298 ; on Fluorescence of Mercury Vapour, 385
  • Reactance Coil, Peterson, Alternative to Lightning Protection, 413
  • Reactions, Chemical. See Chemistry Reactivity of Metallurgical Cokes, 236 Reagents for Flotation, Consumption in United
  • States, Report, 173
  • Reapers and Threshers in Canada, 482*. See LETTER, 536, 555, 619
  • Reavell & Co., Ltd., Three-Stage Marine Air Compressor, 346* ; Compressed Air Windlass, 347 ; Electrically-Driven Port¬able Air Compressor, 626* ; Petrol-Driven Portable Air Compressor, 627*
  • Record Electrical Co., Ltd., Bridge Ohmmeter, 448
  • Rectifiers, Mercury-Arc, 1,200-kw., Berlin Suburban Railways, 819*
  • — Arc, Use in Japan, 822
  • Redfern Bottle-Making Machinery, 153* Redrup Lever Engine Syndicate, 90-h.p.
  • Axial-Cylinder Aero Engine, 135* Reduction Gears. See Gears ; Marine Propul
  • sion ; Motor-Car Details
  • Refractories, Hot Patching of, Methods and Materials, 447
  • Refractory Materials, Electrical Conductivity of, 385

— * — Slag Erosion of Firebricks, 168 — * -- Silica, in Steel Industry, 249 — See also Firebricks ; Fireclays Refrigerating Installations, Marine, Vessels Classified, Lloyd's Report, 534 Refrigeration, Leakage of Heat into Ships' Insulated Holds, Report, 165* — * in Metal Mines, 197. See 603 — * National Physical Laboratory Investiga-tions, 146 — * Research for Food Investigation Board, 208 — * Work in South Africa, 208 — * in Witwatersrand Gold Mines, 603. See 197 — * See also Cold Storage

  • Refuse, House, Collecting Cart, Low-Loading (Tuke & Bell, Ltd.), 638*
  • — — Container Collecting System (Shelvoke & Drewry, Ltd.), 638*
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace
  • Principles in Steel Industry, 249
  • Regulations, Wiring, and Smethwick Fire Disaster, 780
  • Regulator for Air or Gas, Low-Pressure (Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.), 345*

- * Askania, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure

  • Steam Plant, 315*
  • Reheaters, Steam, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure
  • Steam Plant, 228*, 312*
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete
  • Reist, H. G., on Rolled Steel in Construction of Electrical Machines, 725
  • Relay Automatic Telephone Co., Ltd., Train-Describing and Platform-Indicator System 705
  • Remuneration of Labour. See Labour
  • Repairs, Locomotive, 680

— * Ship for Submarines, H.M.S. Medway,"

  • 11*
  • Repeated Stresses. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Administration of Road Fund, 743

— * Aeronautical Research Committee, 1928-29, 443

  • — — Research Institution, Imperial Univer¬sity, Tokyo, Work of, 853

— * Agricultural Machinery Industry, 672 — — Research, 775 — * Air Ministry, Aeroplane " City of Ottawa," Accident to, 81 — * Alkali Works, 1928, 300 — * Anglo-Russian Committee Delegation, 594 — * Annual, Chamber of Shipping, 149

  • — — Minister of Mines, British Columbia, 178
  • — Attrition Tests of British Road-Stones, 206

— * Blowing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 543 — * Board of Trade, Boiler Explosion Inquiries, 32, 171, 321, 514, 703, 826 — * Boiler Steels at High Temperatures, 156* — * Bridge Stress Committee, 118*, 241, 507* — * British Cast-Iron Research Association, 587 — * — Engine Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co., Provisional Rules for Welded Work, 351. See LETTER, 416 — * — Railway Accidents, 296 — * Carbon Monoxide in Exhaust from Ethyl Petrol, 543 — * Carbonisation of Durham Coal, 722 — * City and Guilds of London Institute, 110 — * Civil Aviation in Canada, 296 — * Aviation, Progress of, 666 — * Coal-Mine Ventilation in United States, 302 — * Consumption of Reagents for Flotation in United States, 173 — * Control of Traffic on Roads, Royal Com-mission on Transport, 176 — * Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 239* — * Economic and Financial Situation in Egypt, 849

  • — — and Financial Conditions in Germany, 502

— * — and Financial Conditions in Switzerland,

  • 206
  • — — Conditions in Belgium, 6

— * Conditions in Denmark, 177 — — Conditions in Norway, 352 - * — Conditions in Poland, 695 — * Effects of Monotony in Work, 269

  • Report, Effects of Temperature on Cements, Mortars and Concretes, 235

— * Electricity Commissioners, Statistics of Electricity Supply, 532 — * in Mines, 712 — * — Regulations in Belgian, French and German Mines, 285 — * — Supply Commission, South Africa, 815 — * Forest Products Research Board, Work' of,

  • 144

— * Home Office Inspector's, Factories and Workshops, 175 — * Import Trade of India, 262 — * Industrial Health Research Board. 268 — * International Steam Table Conference, 751.

  • See LETTERS, 813, 840
  • — Irrigation Works in Madras, 177

— * Lanoline Rust Preventers, 32

  • — Leaks ge of Heat into Ships' Insulated Holds,
  • 165*
  • -- Magnetite Mining, Mineville District, New
  • York, 246

— * Meteorological Office, Tidal Floods in the Thames, 82 — * Natural-Gas Wells, Controlling and Gauging, 05 — * Oil-Field Brine, Disposal of, 543 -- Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission,

  • 145

— * Oxford Process Beet-Sugar Production, 291 — * Phenol Removal and Recovery from Am-moniacal Liquors, 722 — * Port Facilities of Great Britain, 810 — * Power Stations and Sulphurous Fumes, 716 — * Prevention of Accidents in Cotton-Spinning Mills, 269 — * Psychological Tests of Abilities, 14 — * Railway Wagons, Committee on Mineral Transport, 594 — * Reactivity of Metallurgical Cokes, 236 — * Safety Precautions for Transmission Mech-anisms, 472 — * Schistosomiasis and Malaria in Relation to Irrigation, 503 — * Science Museum, South Kensington, 701 — * Scientific and Industrial Research in Alberta, 733 — * Sierra Leone Government Railways, 778 — * South Australian Railways, 503 — * Swedish State Railways, on Train Ferry, England and Sweden, 442 — * Tests of Maclaurin Carbonisation Plant, Da lmarnock, 250* — * Underground Coal Conveying in British Mines, 114 — * Use of Creosote in Water-Gas Manufacture, 722 — * Western Australia Department of Mines, 475 — * See also Board of Trade

  • Republican Germany, Political and Economic
  • Study (Review), 369
  • Research, Agricultural, Report on, 775

— * Association, British Cast Iron, Report, 587 ; Investigations, 777

  • — British Electrical and Allied Industries, Need for Funds, 19 ; Heat Transfer in Cable Ducts, 146 ; Report on Inter¬national Steam Table Conference, 751. See LETTERS, 813, 840

— * — British Non;Ferrous Metals, Atmospheric Corrosion Investigation, 358 ; Investiga¬tion of Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 369. See Erratum, 439 ; Investi¬gation on Volume Changes During Solidi¬fication of Metals and Alloys, 659 — * — Electrical, Experiments on Blowing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 543 — * Board, Forest Products, Work of, Report, 144 - * — Fuel, Report, Reactivity of Metallurgical Cokes, 236 ; Report on Maclaurin Car-bonisation Plant, Dalmarnock, 250* ; Report on Work, 778* - * — Industrial Fatigue, Report on Psycho¬logical Tests of Abilities, 14 ; Change of Name to Industrial Health Research Board, 268

  • — Industrial Health, Report, 268

— * — Radio, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 179* - * — Safety in Mines, Report on Blowing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 543 ; Report on Work, 766 — * Commitee, Aeronautical, Report, 1928-29, 443

  • — — Institution of Gas Engineers, Report on Carbonisation of Durham Coal, 722

— * Council, Scientific and Industrial, Alberta, Report, 733 — * Department, Scientific and Industrial, Report on Lanoline Rust Preventers, 32 ; Report of Forest Products Research Board, 144 ; Report on Strength at Elevated Temperatures of Steels for Boiler Construc¬tion, 156* ; Report on Leakage of Heat into Ships' Insulated Holds, 165* ; Report of Attrition Tests of British Road-Stones, 206 ; Report on Cement Mortars and Concretes, 235 ; Report on Reactivity of Metallurgical Cokes, 236 ; Report on Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 239* ; Report on Fusion Point of Coal Ash, 543* ; Report on Hardness of Steel Balls, 575 ; Report of Fuel Research Board, 778* — * Institute, Agricultural Engineering, Oxford University, Report, Oxford Process, Beet-Sugar Production, 291

  • — Institution, Aeronautical, Imperial Univer¬sity, Tokyo, Report, 853

— * Laboratory, English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Researches on Low-Expansion Nickel Steel, 400* - * — Forest Products, Princes Risborough,

  • 487*, 601*, 695*, 731*, 783*, 797*
  • — — Sheffield University, Cold-Rolling Mill,
  • 729*. See 54
  • — Manchester, and Mechanical Science, 25*, 57
  • — in Physical Metallurgy, 354, 359*, 391*

— * R 20efrigeration, for Food Investigation Board, 8 — * Scientific, and Engineering, 151, 186 — — Need for Standard Conditions, 235 — * — and Transport Problems, 501

  • Research Station, Building, Report on Effect of Temperature on Cements, Mortars and Concretes, 235
  • — — Buxton Colliery, Extensions of and Investigations at, 766
  • — — Fuel, Gravitometric Measurement, Den¬sity of Gases, 202 ; Investigations on Retorts, 779* ; Report on Fusion Point of Coal Ash, 543*

— * Steamer " Discovery II," Launch, 598 — * Work, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 519 — * See also National Physical Laboratory Resistance, Air. See Air and Aeronautics — Electric. See Electric — * Pyrometer. See Pyrometry

  • of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Wave, of Submerged Body in Shallow Sea,
  • 754

— * Welding. See Welding

  • Retorts, Rot Patching of, Methods and Mate
  • rials, 447

— * Investigations on, Fuel Research Station,

  • 779*
  • Reuleaux, F., Centenary of, 418
  • Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Reynolds, 0., Researches of, 57, 69
  • Reyrolle, A., ct Co., Ltd., 11,000-volt Oil
  • Immersed Ring-Main Isolating Switch,
  • 703* ; Load-Despatching System, London
  • Power
  • Co.,, 805*
  • Rhodesia, Southern, Beit Railway Bridge over
  • River Limpopo, 298
  • Rhone Glacier, Rate of Melting, 61
  • Ricardo Variable-Compression Petrol Engine,
  • Experiments on Detonation in, 219*, 272*,
  • See LETTER, 386
  • Rice Cultivation, Electricity in, 822
  • Rideal, Dr. S., the Late, 716
  • Ridgway, R., on Rapid Transit Subways in
  • New York City, 790
  • Rigid Airships. See Airships under Aeronautics
  • Riley, T. N., on High-Tension 'Underground
  • Cables, 790
  • Rings, Piston. See Piston Rings
  • Ripon II, Torpedo-Carrying Aeroplane; 104
  • River Agano, Japan, Kanose Hydro-Electric
  • Station, 789

— * Dal, Sweden, Forshuvudforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 375* — * Detroit, Suspension Bridge over, 653 — * Elorn, Finisterre, Ferro-Concrete Bridge, 485* — * Gaugings, Desirability of, 55 — * Hudson, Poughkeepsie Bridge over, Righting Foundation Caisson for, 66*

  • — — Tunnel, Failure of Cast-Iron Lining, 843 — Indal, Sweden, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 221*,
  • 286*

— * Jumna, Allahabad Railway Bridge, Impact Tests on, 507* — * Limpopo, South Africa, Beit Railway

  • Bridge, 298
  • Murray, Australia, Irrigation Schemes, 93

— * Nile, Sluice-Discharge at Assouan Dam, 119* 415*. See LETTER, 845*

  • Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Co., 110,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 740

— * South African, Flow of, 280 — * Susquehanna, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 515*, 551*, 613*. See 822 — * Ta Ling, Bank Protection, Peipiao Exten¬sion, Peking-Mukden Railway, 402*, 427* — * Tees, Iron and Steel Imports, 723 — * Thames, Tidal Floods in, Report, 82

  • — — Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*.
  • See 443

— * Weser, Port Improvements at Bremerhaven and Bremen, 159* — * Whangpoo and Yangtze Estuary, Dredging in, 754 — * Yadkin Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Full-Scale and Beggs Deformeter Tests, 281*, 311*

  • Riveting, Hot, of Chromium-Nickel Steel for Chemical Plants, 567
  • Rivets in Ships, Defects in, 356*. See 20, 245 Road Accidents, Motor Vehicles, 562
  • — and Bridges, South Africa, Mileage and Ex-penditure, 243

— * British, Expenditure on, 562

  • — Improvements in, 121*, 155*. See 237*

— * Construction, Experimental Investigations

  • on, 743
  • — — Italian (Review), 255

— * Engineering in United States, Conference,

  • 650
  • — Fund, Administration of, Report, 743

— * Gritting Machine (T. Coleman & Sons, Ltd.), 634* ; (Johnston Bros.), 644*

  • — Maintenance Machine (T. Coleman & Sons, Ltd.), 633* ; (W. & J. Glossop, Ltd.), 645* Making Plant in Canada, 772
  • — Problems, Need for Experimental Research, 188

— * Public Works and Transport Exhibition, Royal Agricultural Hall, 625*. See 825* — * and Railway Competition in South Africa, 244

  • — Research, National Physical Laboratory, 4* — Roller, 10-ton Oil-Driven (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 641*

— * Oil-Driven, with Cambering Back Axle (Wallis & Stevens, Ltd.), 643*

  • — — 8-ton, Oil-Driven (Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 40*, 638*

— * 6i-ton Oil-Driven (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 825* — * Petrol-Driven Tandem (Auto-Mower Engineering Co.' Ltd.), 42*

  • — Sectional (T. Coleman & Sons, Ltd.) 634*
  • — — Steam, with Spraying and Resurfacing Plant (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 41*

— * Spraying Machine, Tar or Bitumen (W.

  • Weeks & Son, Ltd.), 647*
  • — and Resurfacing Plant (J. Fowler & Co.
  • (Leeds), Ltd.), 41*
  • — Stones, Attrition Tests of, Report, 206

— * Surfacing, Use of Alberta Bituminous Sands, 733 — * Sweeper and Sprinkler (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 339*, 648* — * Tamper, Power, with Out-of-Balance Drive

  • (S. Pegg & Son), 852* •
  • Road Tests, Motor Vehicle, with Alcohol Mix-tures, 306
  • — Traffic Control by Light Signals, Ministry of Transport Memorandum, 382
  • — — Control of, Royal Commission on Trans-port, Report, 176
  • — — Problem, 562
  • — Transport Problem in South Africa, 243*, 303. See 237, 238
  • — Vehicles, Brake and Door-Operating Mechan
  • ism for (G. D. Peters & Co., Ltd.), 127* Roadless Countries, Transport in, 123*. See
  • 238
  • Robb, A. M., on Oil Films and Bearings, 431 Robertson, W. H. A., & Co., Ltd., Cold-Rolling Mill, Sheffield University, 729*
  • Robey & Co., ltd., Feed-Water Heater, 336* ; Full-Way Valve for Adhesive Liquids, 337* Robin Monoplane (A.B.C. Motors, Ltd.), 105* Robinson, I. V., on Economic Operation of Power Stations, 854
  • Robinson Power Station, Transvaal, Air Com
  • pressor Plant, 479*, 510. See 270 Rock-Crushing Plant, Welland Ship Canal
  • Reconstruction, 194*

— * Drill, Dust Trap for Mines, 736 — * Drilling and Miners' Phthisis in Rand Mines, 604

  • — — Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 764* — and Ores, Electrical Resistance of, 718

— * Salt, Flow under Stress, 388

  • " Rocket " Locomotive, Reconstruction, 52*
  • Roe, A. V., & Co., Ltd., Antelope Bombing
  • Aeroplane, 103*
  • Rohn, Dr. W. J. P., on Shrinkage Cavities and
  • Vacuum Melting, 412*. See 368
  • Rolled Steel, Use in Electrical Machine Con
  • struction, 725
  • Roller Bearing. See Bearings
  • — Road. See Road Roller
  • Rolling-Lift Bridge, Scherzer, Tilbury Docks
  • Entrance Lock, 397*. See 443
  • — Mill, Cold, Sheffield University Research
  • Laboratory, 729*. See 54
  • — — Cold, Tests of, Stourbridge Rolling Mills,
  • 730
  • — Steel, Repairs by Thermit Welding, 803
  • — Stock and Locomotives, Japanese Govern
  • ment Railways, 755
  • — — Material, Railway, Standard Specifica
  • tion, 379
  • — — Railway,93. A. W. Automatic Coupler, 350*
  • — — See also Locomotives ; Wagons
  • Rolls, Crushing (Goodwin, Barsby & Co., Ltd.),
  • 632*
  • Rolls-Royce, Ltd. Aero Engine Supercharger,
  • 108* ; 825-h.p. H.X.-Type Aero Engine,
  • 108*
  • Rome, Italian Experimental Tank, 473
  • — Meeting, Institution of Naval Architects.
  • See Naval Architects
  • Röntgen Institute, University of Leningrad,
  • Researches on Flow of Materials under
  • Stress, 388
  • — Ray Analysis and Crystal Structure, 95
  • — — Analysis of Crystalline Sulphates, 299
  • — — Analysis of Ice Crystals, 596*
  • — — Examination of Coal, 779
  • — — Industrial Tests, National Physical Labo
  • ratory, 178

— * — International Intensity Unit, 178

  • — — Investigations in Metallurgical Research,
  • 391

— * — Spectra and Chemical Analysis, 386 — Studies of Cold-Worked Steel, 250

  • Roof Truss, Welded, Carriage-Washing Shed, Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 719*
  • Ropes, Wire. See Wire Rapes
  • Ropeway, Aerial. See Wire Ropeway
  • Ropner, Sir R., & Co., Ltd., Pulverised-Coal Installation, S.S. " Swiftpool," 170*
  • Rose, Col. J. G., on Alcohol Mixtures as Motor Fuels in South Africa, 305. See 208
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., on Research in Physical Metallurgy, 359*, 391*. See 364* ; on Materials for Aircraft, 813
  • Rosherville Power Station, Transvaal, Air-Compressor Plant, 479*. See 270
  • Rotary Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics

— * Kilns, Cement, Thermal Inefficiency of, 447 — * Pump. See Pump — * Tillers (Simon Rototillers), 777

  • Rotational Accelerometer (Cambridge Instru
  • ment Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • Rothschild, C. G., Drawing-Board Tilting At
  • tachment, 657*
  • Rotors, Large, Steel Ingots for, 215*

— * Steel-Plate, 40,000-kv.-a. Alternators, Cono

  • wingo Hydro-Electric Plant, 61.3*. See 822 Rotterdam Dry Dock Co., M.S. " Poelau
  • Roebiah," 60*
  • Rover Co., Ltd., 15.7-7C h.p. Six-Cylinder Motor Car, 523*
  • Rowell, H. S., on High-Speed Fatigue-Testing Machine, 97*
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical

— * Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition — Society. See Agricultural — * Albert Bridge, Saltash, Great Western Railway, 509*. See 608 — * Commission on Transport, Report on Control of Traffic on Roads, 176

  • Royal Institution :
  • Lecture Theatre Reconstruction, 11 Exhibition of Historical Scientific Appa-ratus, 701
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteorologi¬cal

— * Mint, Photoelectric Cells for Blank Inspec¬tion, 48 — * National Life-Boat Institution, High-Speed Motor Life-Boat, 718* — * School of Naval Engineering, Genoa, 474 — * Society of Arts. See Arts — * Technical College, Glasgow, Calendar, 388 ; Report, 781

  • Rubber Pads, Absorption of Vibrations by, 469
  • Rueping Timber-Preservation Process, 798 Rural Electricity Scheme in Midlands, 202 Russell, T. F., on Low-Expansion Nickel Steel,
  • 400*
  • Russia, Civil Aviation in, 666
  • Russia, Harbour Structures, Investigations on, 764

— * Industry and Trade of, 594 — * University of Leningrad, Researches on Flow of Materials under Stress, 388

  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston at Hornsby, Ltd., 10-h.p. Heavy-Oil Engine with Petrol Starter, 40* ; 2-11.p. Totally-Enclosed Petrol Engine, 40* ; Para¬gon Beet Lifter, 40* ; Portable Petrol-DriN en Lift Pump, 642* ; 8-in. Centrifugal Gravel Pump, 642* ; 61-Ton 011-Driven Road Roller, 825*
  • Rutherford, Sir E., on Origin of Actinium, 298
  • S.
  • SAFETY in Dam Construction, 789

— * Factors and Bridge Maintenance, 789 — * of Life at Sea, Story of, 19 ; International Convention, 50 — * in Mines Research Board, Report on Blow¬ing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 543 ; Report on Work, 766 — * Precautions for Transmission Mechanisms,

  • 472
  • Saint. See St.
  • Salesmen, Engineering, Education of, Report,
  • 713
  • Saltash, Royal Albert Bridge, Great Western
  • Railway, 509*. See 608
  • Salvage, Cargo, from S.S. "Western Knight,"
  • 539*

— * of German Cruiser " Bremse," 782 — * Operations at Scapa Flow, 178, 782

  • Sands, Bituminous, Alberta, Use for Road Surfacing, 733 ; Centrifugal Separation Process, 826

— * Determination of, Moisture in, 399 — * and Gravel-Washing Plant (F. Parker, Ltd.), 632*

  • " Saratoga," U.S. Aircraft Carrier, Dimensions and Performance, 540, 571*
  • Sarjant, R. j., on Heat Economy in Metal¬lurgical Furnaces, 684
  • Sarvaas, j., the Late, 622
  • Saskatchewan Pool Elevator, Port Arthur,
  • Grain-Car Unloading Installation, 259* Satow, Y., on 66,000-Volt Cables, Atami Sub
  • station, Japan, 789
  • Saunders, S. E., Ltd., Cutty Sark Cabin Flying Boat, 102*
  • Saw, Pile, Submarine, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 670*
  • Sawyer, Major M., on Railway Operation in United States, 652
  • Scammell Lorries, Ltd., 14-wheeled, 100-ton Articulated Motor Lorry, 675*
  • Scapa Flow, Salvage Operations at, 178, 782 Scattered Light and Raman Effect, 385 Schaper, Dr., on Overstrained Railway
  • Bridges, 789
  • Scherzer Rolling-Lift Bridge, Tilbury Docks,
  • 397*. See 443
  • Schiffner, Prof. G., on Manufacture of Non
  • Ferrous Metals, 726
  • Schiller, Work on Fluid Flow in Pipes, 71, 98*,
  • 132*
  • Schistosomiasis and Malaria in Relation to
  • Irrigation, Report, 503
  • Schlesinger, G., on Forces in Machine Tools 821
  • Schlippe, Dr. 0., on Surface Finish of Holes, 33*
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Schonland, B. T. G., on Ionisation Electro
  • meters, 298
  • Science and Africa, 207
  • — and. Electrical Engineering, 536

— * Electrical, and Industry, Fifty Years of, 650 — * and Engineering, 143, 151, 186, 271

  • — Museum, South Kensington, Rainhill Loco-motive Trials, Centenary Exhibition, 52* ; Exhibition of Historical Scientific Apparatus, 701 ; Report on, 701

— * Mechanical, and Manchester Researches, 25*,

  • 57
  • Scientific Apparatus, Historical, Exhibition,
  • Science Museum, 701
  • — Management. See Works Management

— * Purchasing, Principles of (Review), 316 — * Research. See Research — * Societies. See Institutions

  • Scleroscope Tests. See Hardness under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Scorpion, 40 h.p. Aero Engine, 105*
  • Scotland, Grampian Electricity Supply Com
  • pany's Bill, Rejection of, 778

— * Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers

  • Screen, Portable Rotary (Parker, Winder & Achurch, Ltd.), 634*

— * Vibratory, with Out-of-Balance Drive (S. Pegg & Son), 852*

  • Screening Efficiency and Sieve Motion, 63 Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools

— * Gauges, Tapered-Ring, Micrometer for, 210* — * Methods of Checking Pitch, National Physical Laboratory, 210

  • — Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics Sea, Thermal Energy, 'Utilisation of, 612

— * Water Corrosion of Metals and Alloys, 239* — * — Endurance of Concrete in, 399

  • Sealing Strips, Dam, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 517*
  • Seaplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Searle, Dr. G. F. C., on Drawing an Ellipse, 577* Sears, J. E., on Standard Weights and Mea¬sures, 54
  • Seasoning Plant, Timber, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 488*, 797* Secondary Battery. See under Electric Schools and Education. See Education Sector Gate, Steel, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, Sweden, 221* Segregation in Steel Ingots, 883, 816*, 851* Seki, S., on Illuminating Engineering in Japan, 823
  • Sekine, B., Oil Circuit Breakers, 822
  • Seismic Action and Damage to Buildings, 754
  • Seismographs, for Locating Oil Deposits. 63*

— * See also Earthquake

  • Semi-Portable Engine. See Engine
  • Sensitive Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., Rigid Six-Wheel
  • 12-ton Tipping Lorry, 41*
  • Separation Process, Centrifugal, Alberta,
  • Bituminous Sands, 826
  • Separators, Electro-Magnetic (Rapid Magnet
  • ting Machine Co., Ltd.), 347*
  • -- Oil, Centrifugal (Super-Centrifugal En
  • gineers, Ltd.), 334*
  • Sewage Effluent, Use in Hams Hall Power
  • Station, 545*, 759*

— * Purification Works, Cheltenham, Gas

  • Liquor Treatment at, 722
  • Works, Centrifugal Pumps for, 824

— * See also PARAGRAPH INDE X

  • Seward, Prof. H. L., on Marine Engineering
  • and Design, 754
  • Sezawa, K., on Wave Resistance of Submerged
  • Body in Shallow Sea, 754
  • Shaft Coupling. See Coupling.
  • -- Cracked, Torsion of, 39*. See LETTERS
  • 150, 241

— * Crank. See Crankshaft — * Dynamometer. See .Dynamometer and Torsion Meter. — * Turbine, Steel Ingots for, 215*

  • Shafting, Fottinger Torsion Meter for (Lunken
  • Co., Ltd.), 542*

— * Line; Plain, Ball and Roller Bearings for,

  • 801*, 811, 836*
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools.
  • Shed, Carriage-Washing, Heaton, Welded
  • Roof Truss, 719*
  • Sheet Glass, Manufacture of, 277*, 304*

— * Metal Testing Machine (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 497* — * Steel Piling, Welland Ship Canal Recon

  • struction, 192* 367*
  • Sheffield Cutlery, History of, 175

— * University, 200-Ton Hydraulic Compression Testing Machine, 322*' Laboratory for Cold Working of Steel, 54 ; Cold-Rolling Mill, 729*

  • Sheller, Mealie, All-Metal (R. Garrett & Sons, Ltd.), 41*
  • Shelvoke & Drewry, Ltd., Container Dust-Collecting Equipment, 638*
  • Shepherd, W. M., on Torsion of a Cracked Shaft, 39*. See LETTERs,"150, 241
  • Sherlock, R. E., on Steel-Plant Metallurgy, 249 Shiba, Baron C., Report on Aeronautical Research Institute, Tokyo, 853
  • Shibusawa, Prof. M., on Induction Inter¬ference on Telephone Lines, 823
  • Shigemitzu, A., on Pressure Distribution and Resistance of Ships, 788
  • Shimazu, Y., on Electrical Supervisory Control, 823
  • Shimuzu, S.,
  • on a. Ship's Log and Speed Indi-cator, 753
  • Ships, Atlantic .• Liners, Dimensions and Performances, 540*, 571*. See 413. See Erratum, 528

— * Breadth, Draught and Initial Stability, 414 — * Canal. See Canal — * Classified, Lloyd's Register Report, 533 — * under Construction, Lloyd's Statistics, 86,

  • 504
  • — Damage to, Notes on, 245*, 356*. See 20

— * Diesel-Engined. See Motorships ; Marine Propulsion. — * Docking of, Leading-In Girder for, 398* — * Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion. — * Electrical Equipment of, Regulations, 274 — * Experiments and Theories, 651 — * Hull, Torsional Stress in, 788 — * Insulated Holds, Leakage of Heat into, Report, 165* — * Lloyd's Register Book, 111 — * Log and Speed Indicator, 753 — * Lost, Lloyd's Statistics, 140, 203, 388, 490, 722 — * Mail and Passenger, in Nineteenth Century (Review), 505 — * Manoeuvring of, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 53 — * Model Experiments. See Ship Resistance. — Motor. See Motorships ; Marine Propulsion. — Navigation Lights, Indicator for (Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 348 — * Passenger Accommodation in, 386, 414 — * Plating, Cracks in, Causes and Remedies. 245*, 356*. See 20. — * Propellers. See Propellers.

  • -- Proposed, for Train Ferry, England and
  • Sweden, 442

— * Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion ; En-gines ; Turbines ; Propellers. — * Resistance, Air and Water, Work of Froude

  • Experimental Tank, 53
  • — and Pressure Distribution, 788

— * Salvage of. See Salvage. — * Safety of Life at Sea, International Con-vention, 50. See 19 — * Strain Meters for, 651 — * Ventilation of, 388, 414 — * Vibration of, 388, 414, 651 — * See also Marine ; Motorships ; Shipping ; Steamers ; Warships ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast

— * and Engineers in Scotland, Institution of. See Engineers

  • Shipbuilding, Annual Report of Chamber of Shipping, 149
  • — Atlantic Liners, Dimensions and Perform¬ances, 540*, 571*. See 413. Erratum 528

— * Breadth, Draught and Initial Stability of Ships, 414 — * Construction of Ships' Insulated Holds, 165* — * Cracks in Ships' Plating, Causes and Reme-dies, 245*, 356*. See 20 - * Dikmage to Ships, Notes on, 245*, 356". See 20 — * Defects in Rivets, Causes and Remedies, 356*. See 20, 246 — * Electrical Equipment of Ships, Regulations, 274 — * Experiments and Theories, 651 — * in Great Britain, 652

  • Shipbuilding, High Elastic-Limit Steel for, 232,
  • 383, 482
  • — Tensile Steel for, 651

— * in Italy, 413 — * Lloyd's Register Book, 111 — * Mercantile, in Japan, 753 — * Model Tests, National Physical Laboratory, 53 — * Monel Metal in, 19 — * Naval. See Warships — * Passenger Accommodation in Ships, 386, 414 — * Safety at Sea, 19, 50 — * Streamline Funnel of S.S. " Bremen," 149* — * Vessels under Construction, Lloyd's Statis-tics, 86, 504 — * See also Steamers ; Naval ; Warships ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Shipping and Aircraft, British Corporation Register of, Classification of Aircraft by, 178

— * Board, United States, Pulverised-Coal Installations, 564 — * Chamber of, Report, 149 ; Report on Port Facilities in Great Britain, 810 — * Damage to Ships, Notes on, 245*, 356*. See 20 — * Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, Olympia, 327* — * International Lighthouse Conference, 50, 82 — * Lloyd's Register, Annual Report, 533 — — Register Book, 111 — * Safety at Sea, 19, 50 — * Vessels under Construction, Lloyd's Statis-tics, 86, 504

  • — — Lost, Lloyd's Statistics, 140, 203, 388, 490, 722
  • Shock Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests (Materials)
  • Shoe, Ferro-Concrete, for Concrete Monoliths,
  • Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395* Shop Management. See Works Management Short Brothers (Rochester & Bedford), Ltd.,
  • Mussel Seaplane, 74* De Havilland

Gipsy-Moth Amphibian Aeroplane, 74* Shovel, Portable, Motor-Operated (Chaseside Engineering Co.), 644* — * See also Excavating Machine

  • Show. See Exhibition
  • Shrinkage Cavities, Reduction by Vacuum Melting, 368, 512*
  • Sidestrand Aeroplane, 73*
  • Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd., Navigation
  • Lights Indicator, 348 ; Thermo-Electric
  • Pyrometer and Switchboard, 348* Siemens-Martin Furnace. See Furnace Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd.,
  • Dornier Do. X Seaplane, 686*
  • Sierra Leone Government Railways, Report, 778 Sieve Motion and Screening Efficiency, 63 Signalling, Power, and Interlocking on
  • Japanese Railways, 755
  • Signals, Fog, Aerial and Submarine, 83

— * Light, Traffic Control by, Ministry of

  • Transport Memorandum, _332. _ _
  • Silica Firebricks, West of England, Micro-structure of, 448
  • — as a Refractory in Steel Industry, 249 Siliceous Dust Control, Witwatersrand Mines, 603
  • Silicon-Aluminium Alloys, 353

— * Effect on High Elastic-Limit Steel, 383, 484 — * Ionised, Spectra of, 534

  • Silk, Artificial, Manufacture, Hydrogen-Sul
  • phide Nuisance, 300
  • Silver Arrow Motor Cycle, 747

— * Mercury Alloy, Low-Temperature, Micro-photograph, 392* — * Western Australia, Production of, 475 Simmonds Aircraft, Ltd., Spartan Two-Seater Aeroplane, 103*

  • Simon Rototillers, Rotary Tillers, 777 Sine-Wave Alternators, Castle, for Meter Testing, 230*
  • Singer & Co., Ltd., 23-53 h.p., 2-ton Motor Vehicle, 616*
  • " Sir James Bell," S.S., Boiler Explosion, 514 Siskin III B. Single-Seater Aeroplane, 75* Skidding Tests, Motor Cycle and Side Car,
  • National Physical Laboratory, 4*
  • Skin Friction. See Air Resistance ero

nautics ; Friction ; Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance

  • Skinner, F. W., on Deep Foundations for High Buildings, 36* ; on Righting Ferro-Concrete Foundation Caisson, Poughkeep¬sie Bridge, New York, 66*
  • Slag, Basic Open-Hearth Furnace, Study of, 803

— * Erosion of Firebricks, Tests, 168

  • Slater, Dr. G., on the Rhone Glacier, 61 Sleeper, Ferro-Concrete, Emperger, 12* Slip-Ring and Commutator Grinding Machine
  • (Buck & Hickman, Ltd.), 792*
  • Sloan, R. P., on Development in Use of

• * Electricity, 20

  • Sludge. See Sewage
  • Sluice-Discharge Measurements at Assouan Dam, 119*, 415*. See LETTER, 845* Smeaton's Work on Eddystone Lighthouse, 82 Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smethwick Fire Disaster and Wiring Regula-tions, 780
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on Bicentenary of Thomas Newcomen, 84* ; on the Inven¬tion of the Marine Surface Condenser, 284 Smith, G. 0. on American Coal Industry, 820 Smith, Prof.J. H., on Fatigue and Overstress, 605*, 661*
  • Smithfield Club Agricultural Show, 777
  • Smoke Abatement and National Electricity Supply, 147
  • — — and Stoking (Review), 472
  • Smokeless Fuel. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Smulders, Firma A. F., Werf Gusto, Trailing Suction Dredger, 737*
  • Snape, Prof. A. E.,
  • on University Training in Structural Design and Practice, 275. See 269
  • Snow Removal, Canadian Pacific Railway, 653 — and Protection, Japanese Government Railways, 755
  • Societe Anonyme des Ateliers de Construction et Fonderies de Jeumont, Fourcault Sheet-Glass Machinery, 304*
  • Socidt6 des Avions H. et M. Farman, F.190 Monoplane, 78 ; 250-h.p. Radial Aero Engine, 78*
  • Societies, Technical and Scientific. See Insti¬tutions

— * Trade. See Labour Labour Notes

  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders
  • See Motor
  • Socket Joint, Earthquake-Proof, for Water
  • Maths, 754
  • Soderfors Steelworks, Investigation of Cry
  • stallisation and Segregation in Steel
  • Ingots, 383, 816*, 851*
  • Softener, Water. See Water Softener
  • Soldering of Chromium-Nickel Steel for
  • Chemical Plants, 567
  • Sosman, R. B., on Silica as a Refractory in
  • Steel Industry, 249
  • Sound Production and Transmission, National
  • Physical Laboratory Investigations, 178

— * Recording on Wire, Electro-Magnetic (L.

  • Blattner Picture Corporation, Ltd.), 496 Sounding Machine, Motor-Driven (Kelvin,
  • Bottomley & Baird. Ltd.), 342*
  • South Africa, Air Transport in, 245

— * Alcohol Mixtures as Motor Fuels, 208, 305 — * Compressed-Air Supply on the Rand,

  • 479*, 510*. See 27.0
  • — — Electric Power Supply in, 213, 815
  • — — Irrigation in, 278. See 270

- * — Ministry of Transport, Proposed, 244 — * Railway System of, 243*. See 237 — * — Refrigeration Work in, 208

  • — — River Limpopo, Belt Railway Bridge, 298 — - — Roads and Bridges, Mileage and Expendi¬ture, 243
  • — Road Transport Problem in, 243*, 303. See 237, 238

- * — Steam Turbine Installations in, 213* — Transport Costs in, 123, 238 — * — Witbank Power Station, 213* — * African Meeting, British Association. See British Association — * Gold Mines, Ventilation and Dust Control in, 603 — * — Railways and Harbours, Engineering

  • Problems, 783. See 239
  • — — Railways, Locomotives on, 228. See 239
  • — — Railways, Mechanical Engineering Prob
  • lems on, 228. See 239
  • — — Railways, Road Motor Services, 303
  • — — Rivers, Flow of, 280
  • — Australian Railways, Report, 503

— * Devon Railway, Atmospheric System, 608 — * East England Electricity Scheme, Objec¬tions to Transmission Lines, 441, 474 — * Kensington, Science Museum, Rainhill Locomotive Trials, Centenary Exhibition, 52* ; Exhibition of Historical Scientific Apparatus, 701 ; Report on, 701

  • — Wales Institute of Engineers, Cardiff Engi-neering Exhibition, 736
  • — and Monmouthshire School of Mines, Calendar, 358

- * West, Notes from, 15, 47, 79, 111, 141, 173 203, 233, 265, 293, 325, 378, 409, 439, 469, 499, 529, 559, 591, 623, 677, 709, 740, 773, 807, 841. See PARAGRAPH INDEX - * Yorkshire, Notes from, 15, 47, 79, 111, 140, 173, 203, 233, 265, 293, 325, 379, 409, 438, 468, 498, 528, 558, 591, 622, 677, 709, 740, 772, 806, 841. See PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Southampton Flying Boat, 72*
  • Southampton, Isle of Wight and South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., Ltd., Steam Tug " Calshott," 587 Southend-on-Sea Water Supply, 404
  • Southern Railway,Charing Cross Bridge Scheme,
  • 114, 145 ; Electric Traction on, 535 Space-Lattice Resonance Hypothesis of Steel
  • Hardening, 384, 569*
  • Spain, Barcelona Exhibition, Review of Ex-hibits, 162 ; Illuminated Fountains at, 324 Spark Spectrum of Mercury, 385
  • - Arresters in South African Locomotives, 230 Special Libraries and Information Bureaux,
  • Association of, Conference at Cambridge,
  • 380, 416
  • Specific Heat of Gases, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 146
  • - - of Water and Molecular Structure, 596* Specifications, Standard. See Standard Spectra, Mass, Recent Work on, 385
  • - Ionisation, and Astrophysical Problems, 534 - of Ionised Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen and Silicon, 534
  • Spectrograph for Metallurgical Analysis, 841 - for 36-in. Reflecting Telescope, Edinburgh
  • Observatory (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 488* Spectrometer, X-Ray, in Metallurgical Re
  • search, 391
  • Spectroscopic Analysis, R. U. Powders, 48, 841

- * Investigation of Yttrium in Cape Granites, 298 - * Phenomena at Low Temperatures, 298 Spectroscopy, the Raman Effect, 385 - * Standard Wavelengths in Extreme Ultra-Violet, 298

  • Spectrum, Spark, of Mercury, 385 Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details - Indicator and Ship's Log, 753
  • - Reduction Gears. See Gears ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details Speight, L. J., Ltd., Reconstruction of Gros-venor Canal, London, 19
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Spencer (Melksham), Ltd., Grain-Temperature Indicating Apparatus, 21
  • Spencer, White and Prentiss, Foundations for
  • Union Terminal Building, Cleveland, 87* Spillway, Dam, Conowingo Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 515*, 551*
  • Spinning Mills, Cotton, Accident Prevention in, Report, 269
  • Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels
  • Spraying Machine, Bitumen or Tar, for Roads (W. Weeks & Sons, Ltd.), 647* ; (Phcenix Engineering Co., Ltd.) 645*
  • Springs, Laminated, High-Speed Fatigue-Testing Machine for. 97*
  • -- and Spring Materials, 725
  • Sprinkler and Sweeper, Road, Auto-Truck
  • (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 648*
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears ; Gearing ; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Squares,. Engineers', Testing Apparatus for,
  • National Physical Laboratory, 210*
  • St. Louis, Tornado of September 20, 1927,
  • Report on, 127
  • Stabiliser, Gyroscopic, Journal Bearings of, 690
  • Stability of Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • — Initial, Breadth and Draught of Ships, 414
  • Stamp, Sir J., on Economics of Transport, 501
  • Stanchions. See Columns
  • Standards Association of Australia, Formation
  • of, 478
  • — — British Engineering. See Engineering
  • Standards
  • Standard Electric Co., Ltd., Telephone System,
  • London Power Company, 804*
  • — Specifications and Tests Steam Turbines, 53
  • — British, Keys and Keyways, 47 ; Identi¬fication Colours for Engine-Room Piping, 55 ; Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 111; Illumination Glassware and Carriers, 141; Brass Armouring Wire for Electric Cables, 168 ; Electricity Meters, 180 ; Turpentine, 203 ; Wire Ropes, 212 ; Pipe Flanges, z,17 ; Wrought Iron, 233 ; Electric Fans, 274 ; Hard-Drawn Steel Wire for Ferro-Concrete, 302 ; Concrete Flag Stones, 309 ; Railway Rolling-Stock Material, 379 ; Phosphor-Bronze Bars, 619 ; Paints and Varnishes, 726 ; Under¬ground Lighting Fittings, 726 ; Flattened-Strand Steel Wire Winding Ropes, 726 ; Flattened-Strand Steel Wire Haulage Ropes, 726 ; Taper Pins, 768 ' • Charging Plugs and Sockets, 782 ; Steel Balls, 818
  • — Canadian, 178 ; Steel Castings, 30 ; Con-crete and Reinforced Concrete, 189

— * Tapes and Wires, Surveying, National

  • Physical Laboratory Work on, 209
  • — and Units, Electrical, in Japan, 822

— * United States, Bureau of. See United States — * Weights and Measures, 54

  • Standardisation, Agricultural Machinery, Need for, 777
  • Stanfield, Prof. R., Retirement of, 47, 537 Stars, Early Type, Colour Temperature of, 534 Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Statax Motor A.G., 40-h.p. Aero Engine, 135* State Control and Industry, 844

— * Railways. See Railways

  • Statically-Indeterminate Structures, Stress Analysis, 788
  • Stations, Power. See Power Stations
  • Statistics. Trade. See Trade
  • Stator Crising, Steel-Plate, Electrically-Welded (Steel Barrel Co., Ltd.), 771*
  • Stauffacher, E. R., on Extra High-Voltage Transmission, 789
  • Stays, Locomotive Firebox, Nickel Steel for, 438 Steam Boats. See Steamers

— * Boilers. See Boilers - * Callendar's Researches on, 295 — * Engines. See Engines — * Exhaust, Engineering Uses (Review), 36 — * Fishing Boats in Japan, 652 — * Generating Plant for Power Stations, 854 — * Heated Ovens, Explosions of, 614 — * Heating Plant, Central, Winnipeg, 609* — * High-Pressure, Dead-Weight Gauge, 256* — * Latent Heat and Molecular Structure, 596* — * Leakage Loss in Labyrinth Packing, 65* — * Lorries. See Motor — * Navvy. See Excavating Machine — * Pipes, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 254 — * Radiators for Heating Buildings, 216 — * Reheaters, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure

  • Steam Plant, 228*, 312*
  • —• Roller. See Road Roller

— * Shovel. See Excavating Machine — * Superheater. See Superheater - * Supersaturation of, 416, 476 — * Tables, International, 49, 751. See LETTERS, 813, 840 — * Tractors. See Tractors — * Trap, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 255* — * Tug " Calshott," 587 — * Turbines. See Turbines — * Users' Association. See Manchester — * Wagons. See Motor — * and Water, Critical Relations Between, 595*. See LETTER, 813

  • Steamers, Annual Report of Chamber of Shipping, 149

— * Atlantic Liners, Dimensions and Perform-ances, 540*, 571*. See 413. See Erratum, 528 - * " Berwindlea," Maiden Voyage, 307. See 575 — * Breadth, Draught and Initial Stability, 414 - * " Bremen," Streamline Funnel, 149* — * " City of Hong Kong," Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Electric Propulsion, 622 — * " City of Saginaw 31," Turbo-Electric Train Ferry, 855 — * Classified, Lloyd's Register Report, 533 — * under Construction, Lloyd's Statistics, 86, 504 — * Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion - * " Empress of Japan," Canadian Pacific Railway, Launch, 806 — * " Eurymedon," Strain Measurements, 651 Ferry, River Thames, " Will Crooks," 758 — * Fuel Consumption of Steam Turbines, 216 Geared Turbines for. See Marine Propulvion — * " Gladiator," Fracture of Stop Valve, 172 — * " Great Western," 608 — * Japanese Mercantile, 753 — * Lloyd's Register Book, 111 — * Lost, Lloyd's Statistics, 140, 203, 388, 490, 722 — * " M. J. Craig," Boiler Explosion in, 172 — * " Macharda, ' Failure of Cast-Iron Tee Piece, 321 — * Mail and Passenger, in Nineteenth Century (Review), 605 — * " Mongolia," Auxiliary Turbo-Generator, 571* — * Passenger Accommodation in, 386, 414 " Prometheus," Strain Measurements, 651

  • Steamers, Propulsion of. See Marine Propul¬sion ; Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers

— * Research, " Discovery II," Launch, 698 — * Resistance of. See Ship Resistance — * Salvage of. See Salvage — * " Swiftpool," Brand System Pulverised-Coal Installation, 170* — * Stability of. See Ships — * Ventilation of, 388, 414 — * Vibration of, 388, 414, 651 — * " Viceroy of India," Design and Perform¬ance of Boilers, 846 — * " West Alsek," Todd Unit-System Pul¬verised-Coal Installation, 87* — * " Western Knight," Cargo Salvage, 539* — * See also Engines ; Marine Propulsion ;

  • Shipbuilding ; Shipping ; Ships ; Tur
  • bines ; Warships ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Steamships. See Ships ; Steamers Warships
  • Steel, Acid-Resisting, for Chemical Plants, 567 — and Alloys for High Temperatures and Pressures, 854

— * Alloy, High-Tensile, for Buildings and

  • Ferro-Concrete, 755
  • — — Industrial Applications of, 685

— * Arsenic in, Effects of, 685 — * Balls, Standard Specification, 818

  • Steel Barrel Co. Ltd., Electrically-Welded
  • Constructional Parts, 770*

— * Blooms and Forgings, Relative Tensile Properties, 791 — * Boiler, Properties at High Temperatures, 156* — * Castings, Canadian Standard Specification, 30 — * Coalescence of Pearlite in, 384 — * Cold-Worked, X-Ray Studies of, 250

  • — — Working of, Laboratory for, Sheffield
  • University, 54. See 729*

— * Concrete Reinforcement, Canadian Standard Test for, 189 — * Cored Aluminium Conductors, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 615* — * Correlation of Fatigue and Overstress, 605*, 661* — * Corrosion. See Corrosion

  • — Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces

— * Gases in, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 86 — * Hardened, Microstructure of, 685 — * Hardening, Space-Lattice Resonance Hypo-thesis of, 384, 569* — * Heat and Corrosion-Resisting, 768

  • — — Treatment. See Heat Treatment under
  • Metallurgy

— * High Elastic-Limit, for Structural Work, 383, 482. See 232 — * — Tensile, for Shipbuilding, 651 — * Increasing Use and Progress of Civilisation, 803 — * Industry, Regenerative Principles in, 249 — * — Silica as a Refractory in, 249 — — Waste Prevention in, 803 — * Ingots, Crystallisation and Segregation in,

  • 383, 816*, 851*

— * — for Turbo-Alternator Construction, 215* — * Iron and Coal in Europe, 465 — * and Iron Foundry Practice, Handbook of

  • (Review), 224
  • — Imports, River Tees, 723
  • — — Industry in Japan, 685

— * — Microphotographs of (Review), 550 — * Manufacture. See Metallurgy — * -Martine' High Elastic-Limit, 232. See 383,

  • 482
  • — Masts and Towers (Review), 36

— * Microstructure of. See Microphotographs ;

  • Metallography
  • — Molybdenum, Lowering of Critical Points
  • in, 685
  • — Nickel, for Locomotive Firebox Stays, 439

— * Low-Expansion, Properties of, 400* Steel, Peech & Tozer, Ltd., Nickel Steel for Firebox Stays, 439 — * Plant Metallurgy, Functions of, 249 — * Plates, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams — * — Ships', Cracks in, Causes and Remedies, 245*, 356*. See 20 — * Rails. See Rails ; Metal-Price Diagrams — * Rolled, Use in Electrical Machine Construc-tion, 725 — * Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mils — * Ropes. See Wire Ropes — * Sheet Piling, Welland Ship Canal Recon-struction, 192*, 367*

  • -- Stress Distribution in. See Stress ; Tests (Materials)

— * Structure and Nature of Troostite, 685 — * Superhardened, Hardening by Magnetism,

  • 384, 569*

— * Tests of. See Tests (Materials)

  • — Tool, Macrome Process for, 693
  • Steel Wing Co., Ltd., Steel Wing Construction
  • for Aeroplanes, 104
  • — Wire, Hard-Drawn, for Ferro-Concrete,
  • Standard Specification, 302

— * — for Mining Ropes, 355, 361

  • — Works. See Works
  • Steelwork Association, British, Inquiry into
  • Structural Steelwork Design, 207
  • — Structural, Design, Inquiry into, 207
  • Steele & Cowlishaw, Steel-Shaw Flexible
  • Coupling, 689*
  • Steering Gear. See Motor-Car Details
  • Steinberg, H. E., on Ferro-Concrete Arch
  • Bridge, Elorn River, Finisterre, 485* Stevens, A. J., & Co. (1914), Ltd., 75-h.p. Six
  • Cylinder Four-Wheel Motor Vehicle, 586* Stiffness of Multi-Throw Crankshafts, 548*
  • Stilgoe, H. E., Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425*, 455*, 663
  • Stirling Boiler, Bursting of Tube in, 321 Stoddart, W., the Late, 117
  • Stoke-on-Trent Power Station Extension, 600 Stoker, Chain-Grate (E. Bennis & Co., Ltd.), 736
  • — Mechanical, Marine (E. Bennis & Co., Ltd.), 527*
  • Stoking and Smoke Abatement (Review), 472
  • Stone Breaker with Grading Screen (Hadfields, Ltd)., 631*
  • Stone Breaker, Lever (Goodwin, Barsby & Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • — Breaking and Screening Plant (R. Broadbent & Son, Ltd.), 648
  • — Crusher (Patent Lightning Crusher Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • — Crushing Plant, Welland Ship Canal Recon-struction, 194*
  • Stone, E. C., on High-Voltage Interconnection in United States, 724

— * Flag, Concrete, Standard Specification, 309 — * Granulator, 30-in. (Goodwin, Barsby & Co., Ltd.), 631*

  • Stone & Webster, Inc., Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 515*, 551*, 613*. See 822 Stop Valves. See Valves
  • Stora Kopparbergs Bergslags Aktiebolag, Forshuvudforsen Power Plant, 375* Storage Battery. See under Electric
  • Stores Accounts and Stores Control (Review), 445
  • Stork, Gebr., & Co., Three-Cylinder Compound Uniflow Marine Engine, 465*. See LETTER, 507
  • Stothert & Pitt., Ltd., Open-Drum Type Con-crete Mixer, 640*
  • Stourbridge Rolling Mills, Tests of Cold-Rolling Mills, 730
  • Strain Meter, Electric, National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • — — for Ships, 651
  • — Method of Fatigue Tests, 605*, 661*
  • — See also Stress
  • " Strathcarron," S.S., Fracture of Stop Valve, 171 Straussler-Gloster Petrol Pump, 105*
  • Stream Velocity, Measurement by Air Bubbles, 788
  • Stream-Line Filter Co., Ltd., Oil Filters, 421* Streamline Funnel of S.S. " Bremen," 149* Street Lighting, System of Designing, 823 — Railway. See Tramways

— * See Roads

  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)

— * Analysis, Statically-Indeterminate Struc¬tures, 788

  • — in Boiler Drums, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 252

— * Bridge, Report of Committee, 118*, 241, 507* — Creep, at High Temperatures, 803 — * and Deflections in Pipe Bends, 787

  • — Distribution Curves, Dished-End Boiler Drums, 2*. See LETTERS, 417, 555
  • — in Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Yadkin River, 281*, 311*
  • — in Framework, Experimental Determina¬tion of, 710
  • — in Girders, Strengthening by Electric Weld¬ing, 688*, 719*. See 711. See LETTER, 781

— * Meter. See Strain Meter — * Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under

  • Tests (Materials)
  • — Torsional, in Ship's Hull, 788
  • — in Wire Ropes, 355, 362
  • Strikes. See Labour ; Labour Notes
  • Stringer, H., On Peipiao Extension of Chao
  • Yang Branch, Peking-Mukden Railway,
  • 402*, 427*
  • Structural Design and Practice, University
  • Training in, 275. See 269
  • — Engineering and Experimental Science, 187,
  • — Engineer's Handbook (Review), 100
  • — — Institution of, Portland House Travel
  • ling Scholarship, 264 ; Annual Dinner, 813

— * Materials, Scientific Study of, 725 — * Steels, High Elastic-Limit, 383, 482

  • — Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • Structures, Action of Storms on, Reports, 127
  • — Engineering, Architecture of, 381. See
  • LETTER, 417, 845
  • — — Prevention of Damage by Earthquakes,
  • 754
  • — Experimental Determination of Stresses in
  • Framework, 710
  • — Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete

— * Lighthouse, Materials for, 82 — * Marine, Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 239* — * Statically-Indeterminate, Stress Analysis,

  • 788

— * Strengthening by Electric Welding, 687*, 719*. See 711. See LETTER, 781 — * Theory and Design of (Review), 36

  • Struts. See Columns
  • Stuart Turner, Ltd., Petrol-Driven Field
  • Wireless Set, 330* ; Single-Cylinder Two
  • Stroke Petrol Engine, 330*
  • Submarine Boats. See Warships

— * Pile Saw, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 670* — * Telegraphs. See Telegraphs

  • Substation, Atami, Japan, 66,000-Volt Cables,
  • 789

— * Berlin Suburban Railways, 1,200-kw. Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 819* — * Granlo, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 288* — * Remote Control of, 822 — * Winnipeg Stand-By Steam Power Plant, 611*

  • Subways, Rapid Transit, in New York, 790 Suckling, E. V., on Portsmouth Water Supply, 55 Suction Dredger. See Dredger
  • " Suffolk," H.M.S., Armament and Protection, 419
  • Sugar Beet & Crop Driers, Ltd., Beet-Sugar Plant, Eynsham, 291
  • — — Paragon Lifter for (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 40*

— * — Production, Oxford Process, Report, 291 Sugarloaf Rubicon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Needle Valve for, 109*

  • Suhara, Prof. T., on Ultra-Speed I:Cinemato-graphic Camera, 853
  • Sullivan Channelling Machine, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 130'
  • Sulphates, Crystalline, ROntgen-Ray Analysis of, 299
  • Sulphur, Properties of, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 146
  • Removal from Water Gas, 779

Sulphuric-Acid Manufacture, 800

  • Sulphurous Fumes from Battersea Po wer Station, 150
  • — — Barton Power Station, Nuisance from, 744 — — and Electric Power Stations, Report, 716 Sulzer Brothers, 7,040 h.p. Diesel Engine, M.S. " Poelau Roebiah, ' 60*
  • Sunbeam Motor Car Co., Ltd., 100-h.p. Com¬pression-Ignition Aero Engine, 107* •, 52¬110 h.p. Six-Cylinder, Four-Wheel Motor Vehicle, 584* ; 70-142 h.p. Six-Cylinder Six-Wheel Motor Vehicle, 584*
  • Sundberg, K., on Ore Prospecting by Swedish Geo-Electrical Methods, 685
  • Super-Centrifugal Engineers, Ltd. Centrifugal,
  • Oil Separator, 334* ; Bulk Centrifuge, 334* Supercharger for Aero Engines (Rolls-Royce,
  • Ltd.), 108*

— * Bilchi System, Diesel Engines, M.S. " Llangibby Castle," 715

  • Superhardened Steel, Hardening by Magnetism, 384, 569*
  • Superheater Drums and Tubes, Strength at High Temperatures, 156*

— * Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 253*

  • Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd., South-ampton Flying Boat, 72*
  • Supersaturation of Steam, 416, 476
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association
  • of, Presidential Address, by S. B. Donkin,
  • on Methods of Power Generation, 612 Surface Condensers. See Condensers

— * Finish of Holes, 33*

  • — Friction, Experiments with Air and Water,
  • 69*, 98*, 131*

— * Grinding Machine. See Grinding under

  • Machine Tools
  • Survey, Geophysical, of Australia, 530

— * Physical and Chemical, National Coal Resources, 778

  • Surveying Aeroplane (Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 104

— * Field and Colliery (Review), 181 — * Photographic, from Aircraft, Canada, 297 — * and Prospecting, Geophysical Methods, 182 — * Tapes and Wires, Standard, National Physical Laboratory Work on, 209 — * Tavistock Theodolite (Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd.), 736 — * Zeiss Universal Theodolite, 734*

  • Suspension Bridge. See Bridge
  • Susquehanna Power Co., Conowingo Hydro
  • Electric Scheme, 515*, 551*, 613*. See 822 Sussex Downs, Transmission-Line Towers on,
  • 441, 474
  • Suyehiro Dynamic Balancing Machine, Mit-subishi Works, Japan, 854
  • Svenningson, S., on Utilisation of Low-Head Water Powers, 855
  • Swan, Hunter, & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Launch of H.M.S. " Codrington," 203 ; Dry Dock Floating Caisson, Tilbury Docks, 397* ; Floating Dock for Falkland Islands, 653
  • Swan, Sir J. W., a Memoir (Review), 182 Swansea, University College, Education Depart-ment, Prospectus, 147
  • Sweden, Electro-Chemical Industries of, 684

— * and England, Proposed Train Ferry, 442 - * Forshuvudforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 375* — * Geo-Electrical Ore Prospecting in, 685 - * Hammarforsen . Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 221*, 286* - * SOderfors Steelworks, Investigation of Crystallisation and Segregation in Steel Ingots, 383, 816*, 851*

  • Swedish Ircin Manufacture, 685

— * Railways, LjungstrOm Locomotive Perfor-mances, 853 ; Proposed Train Ferry to England, Report, 442

  • Swelevr and Sprinkler, Road, Auto-Truck R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 648*
  • " S tpool," S.S., Pulverised-Coal Installation,

Brand System, 170*

  • Swing Bridge. See Bridge
  • Swiss Railways, Progress of Electrification, 206 Switches, Limit, for Electrically-Controlled Stop Valves, 620*
  • — Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric
  • Switchboard Accident in Grimethorpe Colliery, 712
  • Switchgear and Circuit Breakers, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Plant, 614*. See 822

— * Circuit Breakers, Development in United States, 822 — * — Breakers, High-Speed, Natal Railway,786 — * — Breakers, Oil, Design of, 822 — * Colliery, Blowing Fuse Links in Closed Vessels, 643

  • Switchgear & Cowans, Ltd., Internal-Isolation Switchgear and Circuit Breaker, 674*

— * Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, Sweden, 287* — * Hams Hall Power Station (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 829* — * 250,000-kv.-a. Internal-Isolation and Circuit Breaker (Switchgear & Cowans, Ltd.), 674* — * Oil-Filtering Plant for, 421* — * Portishead Power Station, 655 — * Ring-Main Isolating Switch, 11,000-volt Oil

  • Immersed (A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd.), 703* Switzerland, Economic and Financial Condi
  • tions in, Report, 206
  • Sykes, Dr. C., on Molybdenum Wire-Wound Furnaces, 448
  • Synchronising Apparatus, Baird Television Receivers, 321*
  • Synthetic Ammonia & Nitrates, Ltd., 12,500-kw. High-Pressure Back-Pressure Steam Turbine, 20* ; Failure of Steel Feed-Water Delivery Pipe, 826
  • Syphon, Culvert, Welland Ship Canal Recon-struction, 462*, 677
  • T.
  • TA LING River, Bank Protection, Pelpiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 402*, 427*
  • — — River Bridge, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, Air Lock and Caisson, 429*
  • Tabb, A., on Passenger Accommodation in Ships, 386. See 414
  • Tachibana, S., on Special Electric Lamps, 823 Tachikawa, H., on Electricity Supply in Tokyo District, 724
  • Tada, G., on Electricity in Japanese Agricul¬ture, 822
  • Takahashi, S., on Breaking Tests of Trans-mission Towers and Poles, 790
  • Takatsu, K., on Electrical Units and Standards in Japan,
  • Takei, Prof. T., on Critical Points in Molyb¬denum Steels, 686
  • Takenaka, Prof. Z., on Earthquake-Proof Socket Joint for Water Mains, 754
  • Tama, M., on Electric Furnaces for Non-Ferrous Metals, 389*. See 368
  • Tamper, Road, Power, with Out-of-Balance Drive (S. Pegg & Son), 862
  • Tamping Machine, Trench (B. Johnson & Son) 647*
  • Tanaka, Prof. K., on Flow through Suction Valves with Conical Seats, 787
  • Tanaka, Prof. Y., on Bridge Engineering in Japan, 788
  • Tangential Water Wheels. See Pelton Wheels
  • Tangyes, Ltd., Two-Stroke Oil Engines 643
  • Taniguti, Prof. T., Seismic Action and Damage
  • to Buildings, 754
  • Tank, Experimental, Italian, Rome, 473
  • — — William Froude, Work of, 53
  • — See also Ship Resistance

— * Feed-Water Storage, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 228*, 315* — * Locomotives. See Locomotives

  • Tanna Tunnel Construction, 754
  • Taper Pins, Standard Specification, 768
  • Tapered-Ring Screw Gauges, Micrometer for, 210*
  • Tapes and Wires, Surveying, Standard, National Physical Laboratory, Work on, 209
  • Tar or Bitumen-Spraying Machine for Roads (W. Weeks & Son, Ltd.), 647 ;* (Phcenix Engineering Co., Ltd.), 645*

— * Manufacture, 300

  • Tashiro, S., on Hydrogenation of Japanese
  • Coal, 820
  • Tavistock Theodolite (Cooke, Troughton &
  • Simms, Ltd.), 736
  • Taxation of Motor Vehicles, 155
  • Taximeters, Tests at National Physical
  • Laboratory, 210
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Educa
  • tion
  • — Literature, Elementary, Need for Clear
  • Definitions, 472

— * Societies. See Institutions and PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Tees, River, Iron and Steel Imports, 723 Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telegraphic Communication in Japan, 823 Telegraphy, Wireless, Communication with Lightships, 83
  • — Effect of Wind on Towers, 127
  • — Field Set, Petrol-Driven (Stuart Turner, Ltd.), 330*

— * Fort. Monckton Rotating Radio Beacon,

  • 180
  • — — National Physical Laboratory Investiga
  • tions, 180*
  • — — Radio Beacons for Navigation, 83, 180
  • — — Remote Control by, 823
  • — Short Wave, 90, 823
  • — — See also Valves, Thermionic

— * See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH IN DEX

  • Telephone Cable, Transatlantic, Proposed, 556, 561

- * Communication, International, 556, 561 - * - in Japan, 823

  • - - in United States, 823

- * Lines, Induction Interference on, 823 Telephony, Wireless, National Physical Labora-tory Investigations, 180* - * - Rubber Pads for Receiving Sets, 469

  • - Short Wave, 90, 823
  • - - See also Valves, Thermionic

- * See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telescope, 36-in. Reflecting, Edinburgh Obser

  • vatory (Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons dr.
  • Co.), 288* 371*, 431*, 488*
  • Television Receivers, Baird, Synchronising Apparatus, 321*
  • Temperature, Colour, of Early Type Stars, 534

- * and Humidity Conditions of Mine Atmos-pheres, 602 - * Indicating Apparatus, Grain, 21 - * Measurement. See Pyrometer; Pyrometry ; Thermometers - * Scales, International, Comparison of, 146 Tempering. See Neat Treatment under Metal-lurgy

  • Tenders, 14, 46, 78, 110, 140, 172, 202, 232, 264,
  • 292, 324, 378, 408, 438, 468, 498, 528, 558,
  • 690, 622, 676, 708, 740, 772, 806, 840

- * Locomotive. See Locomotives

  • Tensile Autogenous Healing of Portland
  • Cement Mixtures, 450*

- * Tests. See Tests (Materials)

  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Testing Apparatus for Engineers' Squares, National Physical Laboratory, 210*

- * Bearings, Machine for, 836 - * Machine, Combined Alternating and Direct Stress, 605* - * - Compression, 200-ton Hydraulic, 322*

  • - Fatigue, High-Speed, 97*
  • - - for Road Stones, 206
  • - Sheet-Metal (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 497*
  • - Timber, Forest Products Research
  • Laboratory, 487*, 601* 695*, 731*
  • - - See also Tests (Materials)

- * Materials, American Society for, Tensile Autogenous Healing of Portland Cement Mixtures, by H. J. Gilkey, 460* ; Effect of Reduction from Ingot to Forging in Steel Forgings, by L. H. Fry, 791 - * See also Tests (Materials) ; Trials Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics - * of Cold-Rolling Mills, Stourbridge, 730 Corrosion. See Corrosion - * Doxford Oil Engine, 308*. See LETTERS, 417 - * Expanding, Boiler Tubes, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 252

  • Tests. Friction, Keel-Block Wedges, National Physical Laboratory, 4

— * Full-Scale and Beggs Deformeter, Yadkin River Ferro-Concrete Arch Road Bridge, 281*, 311* — * Maclaurin Carbonisation Plant, Dalmarnock, 250*

  • Tests (Materials) :
  • Alternating Stress Tests and Corrosion Fatigue, 190*

— * — Tests, Failure of Metals under, 725,

  • 824
  • — — Tests, High-Speed Machine for, 97*

— * — Tests, Metals, Progress of, 1920-1929, 803 — * — Tests, Steels and Alloys, at High

  • Temperatures, 854
  • — — Tests for Steel Wire, 362
  • — — Tests of Stressed Materials, 605*,
  • 661*
  • Attrition Tests of British Road Stones, 206
  • Beams and Columns, Strength of, Hodgkin
  • son's Investigations, 57
  • Bending Tests for Concrete Reinforcement,
  • Canadian, 189
  • — — Laminated Springs, High-Speed
  • Machine for, 97*
  • — — of Steel Beams, 651
  • Cement, Fineness Tests, Canadian, 189
  • Compression and Alternating Stress Tests
  • Combined, 605*, 661*
  • Correlation of Fatigue and Overstress,
  • 605*, 661*
  • Creep Stress, Limiting, Boiler Steels at
  • High Temperatures, 156*
  • — Steel, at High Temperatures, 803

— * Tests, Nickel-Chromium Alloy, at High

  • Temperatures, 422*
  • Extensometer for Strain Method of Fatigue
  • Tests, 605*
  • Fairbairn, Work of, 26*
  • Hardness Tests, High Elastic-Limit Steel,
  • 484

— * — Low-Expansion Nickel Steel, 400* — — of Steel Balls, 575

  • — — of Superhardened Steels, 384, 569* Impact Tests, Notched-Bar, High Elastic-Limit Steel, 484

— * — Welded Steel Rails, 712, 720 Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)

  • Stiffness Tests of Multi-Throw Crank¬shafts, 548*
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile and Alternating Stress Tests Com-bined, 605*, 661*

— * Tests, Boiler Steels at High Tem-peratures, 156* — * — for Concrete Reinforcement, Cana

  • dian, 189
  • — — High Elastic-Limit Steel, 484

— * — of Self-Healed Cement Mixtures, 450* — * — Steel Blooms and Forgings, 791 — * — of Steel Wire, 362

  • Testing Machine, Combined Alternating
  • and Direct Stress, 605*

— * — Compression, 200-Ton Hydraulic, 322* - — * — Sheet-Metal (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 497*

  • — — Timber, Forest Products Research, Laboratory, 487, 601*, 695*, 731*

• * Timber, Mechanical and Physical Tests, 601*, 695*, 731*

  • Welded Work, Tests for, 351. See LETTER, 416
  • Wire Ropes, Electromagnetic Tester, 115 Yield Point, High Temperature, Import-ance in Boiler Construction, 855

— * Range Tests of Fatigued Steel, 605*, 661*

  • Tests, Power-Plant Machinery, Registration of, 745

— * Railway Bridges, Strengthening by Electric

  • Welding, 688*, 719*. See • 711. See LETTER, 781

— * Skidding, Motor Cycle and Side Car, National Physical Laboratory, 4*

  • — and Specifications, Standard, for Steam Turbines, 63. See 745
  • Texas, Helium-Extraction Plants, Fort Worth and Amarillo, 251, 325, 651
  • Text Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Textile Industry, Cotton-Spinning Mills, Accident Prevention in, Report, 269 Thames Ferry Steamer " Will Crooks," 758

— * River, Tidal Floods in, Meteorological Office Report, 82

  • — — Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443
  • Theodolite, Tavistock, (Cooke, Troughton Simms, Ltd.), 736

— * Universal (C. Zeiss), 734*

  • Thermal Conductivity of Sulphur, 146

— * Efficiency, British Electric Power Stations,

  • 532
  • — — Hams Hall Power Station, 832

— * Energy of Sea, Utilisation of, 612 — * Storage and Electricity Supply, 147 — * Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy

  • Thermionic Valves. See Valves ; Telegraphy, Wireless ; Telephony, Wireless
  • Thermit Welding and the Steel Mill, 803 Thermodynamics, Callendar's Researches ou Steam, 296

— * Critical Relations Between Water and Steam, 295, 595*. See LETTER, 813 — * International Steam Tables, 49, 751. See LETTERS, 813, 840 — * Researches of J. P. Joule, 25 - * Supersaturation of Steam, 416, 476 Thermometers, Distance, for Grain Storage, 21 — * Distance-Reading, for Ships' Holds (Negretti tt Zambra), 344* — * Platinum, Resistance, National Physical Laboratory Work on, 146 — * See also Pyrometer

  • Thenuotyme Control. Drying Clay Goods, 447 Thomas, J. H., and Canadian Developments 411. See LETTER, 470
  • Thomas and Gilchrist, Jubilee Souvenir, 418 Thompson Water-Tube Boilers, Ltd., Delta-Type Boilers, 600
  • Thomson, D. H., on Hydrology of the Ports¬mouth District, 55
  • Thornton, B. M., on Loading Boilers for Maximum Fuel Economy, 796*
  • Thornycroft, J. I., dc Co., Ltd., 140-h.p. Marine Petrol Engine, 327* ; Steam Tug and Passenger Tender " Calshott," 587 ; High-Speed Motor Life-Boat, 718*
  • Thorold Twin-Locks, Welland Ship Canal Re-construction, 7*, 102*, 129*
  • Threshers and Reapers in Canada, 482*. See LETTERS, 636, 555, 619
  • Throttle Valve. See Valve
  • Thrust Bearing. See Bearing
  • — of Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics Tidal Floods in Thames, Meteorological Office Report, 82

— * Power, 'Utilisation of, 612

  • Tilbury Docks Improvements, 395*. See 443 Tillers, Rotary (Simon Rototillers), 777
  • Tillett, B., and Empire Developments, 411. See LETTER, 476
  • Tilting Mechanism Grain-Car Unloader, 165* Timber Centring, Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, 485*

— * Crib Cofferdams, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 517* — * Investigations on, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 487*, 601*, 695*, 731*, 783*, 797* — * Jetties, Tilbury Docks Entrance, 397* — * Preservation Processes, Bethell, Rueping, Lowry, Card and Cobra, 798 — * — Formation of Wood Preservation Asso-ciation, 744 — * Seasoning Plant, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 488*, 797* — * Supplies, Report, Forest Products Research Board, 144 — * Viaducts, Great Western Railway, 608 Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy — * and Tinplate Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

  • Tipping Wagons, Motor. See Motor
  • Tipplers, Wagon, Coal-Handling Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 645*
  • Titan 225-h.p. Radial Aero Engine, 76* Titanium, Researches on, National Physical Laboratory, 54
  • Titley, A., on Valve Gears of Newcomen Engines, 555
  • Todd Unit System Pulverised-Coal Installation, S.S. " West Alsek," 87*
  • Togino, S., on Pressure Distribution and Resistance of Ships, 788
  • Tokugawa, Commdr. Viscount T., on Elastic Stability of Cylinders under External Pressure, 787
  • Tokyo Electric Light Co., Operations of, 724

— * Engineering Congress at. See Engineering Congress — * Reconstruction and Land Adjustments, 754 — * Sectional Meeting, World Power Conference. 714, 745

  • Tomtit Training Aeroplane, 74*
  • Tools, Cutting, Application of Kinemato
  • graphy, 821

— * Machine. See Machine Tools — * Steel. See Steel

  • Toothed Gear. See Gear ; Gearing ; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Torchio, P., on Operation of Turbo-Generators,
  • 854
  • 'Tornadoes and Hurricanes, Recent, 127

— * Mechanism of, 846

  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torsion of a Cracked Shaft; 39*. See LETTERS, 150, 241

— * Meter, Fiittinger (Lunken Co., Ltd.), 642* -Torsional Deflections, Motor-Car Engine Crankshafts, 546* — * Oscillations, Instrument for Measuring (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.,), 260* — * Stress in Ship's Hull, 788 — * Vibration of . Crankshafts, 827*

  • Toulouse to Barcelona Railway, Opening, 115 Towers, Concreting, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 101*, 129*

— * Cooling, Concrete, Western Electric Co., 807 - * — Ferro-Concrete, Hams Hall Power Station, 545*, 759* — * and Masts, Steel (Review), 36 — * Transmission Line, Breaking Tests of, 790 — * — Line, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 615* — * Wireless Telegraphy, Effect of Wind, 127 'Town Hill—Pietermaritzburg Deviation, South African Railways, 784

  • Track Maintenance on British Railways, 652 Traction, Electric. See Railways ; Tramways Tractor, Cable Ploughing (Auto-Mower Engin¬eering Co., Ltd.), 42*

— * 30-h.p. Lang (Locomobile Engineering Co., Ltd.), 40* — * Ploughing, 30-h.p. Oil-Driven (J. & H. McLaren & Co., Ltd.), 90* — * and Trailers for Roadless Trains, 124* — * Use in Agriculture, 775

  • Trade, Agricultural Machinery Exports, 672

— * Anglo-Russian, 594 — * British Aircraft Exports, 72 — * — and Barcelona Exhibition, 162 — * — Empire, Proposed Imperial Economic Conference, 113 — * — Motor-Car, 521

  • — — Need for Trained Salesmen, 713

— * — Overseas, Engineering Exports, 204 — * Chamber of Shipping Annual Report, 149 — * Coasting and Overseas, and Port Facilities, 81() — * Disputes. See Labour ; Labour Notes — * Economic Conditions in Belgium, Report, 6 — * — Conditions in Denmark, 177 —* 1— and Financial Situation, Egypt, 849 — * — Conditions in Germany, 602 — * — Conditions in Norway, 352 — * — and Financial Conditions in Switzerland,

  • 206
  • —.Electrical, Position and Prospects, 732
  • Trade and Empire Development, 411. See
  • LETTER, 476
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — German, Export Rebates, 426
  • — Import, of India, Report, 262
  • — and Industry, Committee on, Final Report,
  • 713
  • — Iron and Steel Imports, River Tees, 723

— * Motor-Cycle Industry, British, 746, 824 — * Overseas, and Customs Delays, 507 — * Poland, Report, 695 — * Unions. See Labour ; Labour Notes

  • Traffic Control by Light Signals, Ministry of
  • Transport Memorandum, 382

— * Road, Problem, of, 562

  • — — Control of, Royal Commission on Trans-port, Report, 176
  • Trailer, 110-Ton Double-Bogie, for Motor Vehicles (R. A. Dyson & Co. Ltd.), 619* — and Tractors for Roadless Trains, 124* Train-Describing Apparatus, B. P. Relay, 705

— * Ferry, Proposed, England and Sweden, 442 — * — Turbo-Electric, S.S. " City of Saginaw 81," 855

  • — Roadless, Tractors and Trailers for, 124* — See also Railway
  • Training. See Education
  • Tramway. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transatlantic Telephone Cable, Proposed, 556, 561
  • Transformation Points, Metals. See Metallurgy Transformer, 500,000-Volt and Air Condenser
  • (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.),
  • 20*

— * 26,667-kv.-a., Conowingo Hydro-Electric Plant, 614*

  • — Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Plant, 287* — 1,750-kv.-a., Hams Hall Power Station, 832*

— * 12,000-kv.-a., Hams Hall Power Station, 832* — High-Voltage, National Physical Laboratory, 209* — * 11,000-kv.-a., Kalyan Power Station, 723 — * 220,000-volt, 60,000-kv.-a. (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co.), 410 — * Large American, Construction of, 822 Oil-Filtering Plant for, 421*

  • Tests by Artificial Lighting Discharges, 78 Transmission, Electric, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • — Gear. See Gear ; Gearing ; Marine Pro-pulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • — Heat, Work of 0. Reynolds on, 57

— * Mechanisms, Safety Precautions for, 472 — * of Power. See Marine Propulsion ; Power

  • Transmission
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics

— * by Canal and Railway, 607 — * Costs in South Africa, 123, 238 — * Economic$ of, 501 — * Institute of, Graduateship and Associate Membership Examination, 147 ; Presi¬dential Address, by Sir J. Stamp, on Economics of Transport, 501 ; Loco-motive Repairs, by Sir H. Fowler, 680

  • — Mechanical, Overseas, Appointment of Directing Committee, 198. See 237

— * Mineral, Committee on, Report on Railway Wagons, 594 — * Ministry, Proposed, South Africa, 244 — * — Charing Cross Bridge Schema•; 114, 145 ;

  • Opposition to Overhead Transmission Lines, 267 ; Memorandum on Traffic Control by Light Signals, 382 ; Road Legis¬lation, 562 ; Report on Power Stations and Sulphurous Fumes, 716 ; Report on Administration of Road Fund, 743
  • — Motor, in Undeveloped Countries, 123*, 198, 237. See 238

— * — See also Road ; Motor

  • — Public Works and Roads Exhibition, Royal
  • Agricultural Hall, 625*. See 825*

— * Railway. See Railway — * Road. See Road ; Motor

  • — in Roadless Countries, 123*, 198. See 237, 238 — Royal Commission on, Report on Control of Traffic on Roads, 176

— * in United States, 652

  • Transpyrenean Railway, Barcelona to Tou
  • louse, Opening, 115
  • Transvaal, Compressed-Air Supply on the Rand,
  • 479*, 510*. See 270

— * Irrigation Schemes in, 280

  • Transverse Tests. See Tests (Materials) Trap, Dust, for Mines, Climax-Hay, 736

— * Steam. See Steam Trap

  • Trash Racks, Hammarforsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, Sweden, 286*
  • Travellers, Gantry, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 518*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Trawler " Strathcarron," Fracture of Boiler Stop Valve, 171
  • Tremallen, K. W., on Wireless Communica¬tion on Short Waves, 823
  • Trench, E. F. C., on Engineering Practice on British Railways, 652
  • Trench-Tamping Machine (B. Johnson & Son) 647*
  • " Trentwood," S.S., Boiler Explosion, 514 ' Trestles, Steel, Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 518*
  • Trevithick and Rastrick, Work of, 550 Triewald, M., Work of, 550
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines, Steam Troostite, Structure and Nature of, 685 Troup, J. D.', on Coal and Ash-Handling Plant in Boiler Houses, 821
  • Trucks, Four-Wheeled, United States Railways, Failures of Arch Bars, 269

— * Railway. See Wagons

  • Tryon, F. G., on American Coal Industry, 820 Tubes, Boiler and Superheater, Strength at High Temperatures, 156*

— * Condenser, Chromium-Plated Brass, Heat Transmission through, 6 — * Draught, Turbine, Cavitation and Vibration of, 855 — * Glass, Danner Machine for Making, 277* — * and Pipe Bending and Jointing (Review),317 — * Wells. See Wells — * See also Pipes

  • Tubs, Mining, Steel, Re-Conditioning Machine
  • for, 737
  • Tudor Accumulator Co., Ltd., Battery Operat¬ing Trip Circuits, Hams Hall Power Station, 832*
  • Tug, Steam, " Calshott," 587
  • Tuke & Bell, Ltd., Low-Loading Dust Cart, 638*
  • Tungsten Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Tunnel, Hudson River, Failure of Cast-Iron Lining, 843

— * Japanese Railways, Ventilation of, 754 — * Nan Ling-Peipiao Extension, Peking-Muk-den Railway, 404* — * South African Railway, 784. See 239 — * Tanna, Construction, 754

  • Turbine, Exhaust-Steam, S.S. " City of Hong
  • Kong," 622

— * Hydraulic, Cavitation and Vibration of Draught Tube, 855 — * 54,000-h.p., Conowingo Hydro-Electric Scheme, 551* - * — 11,375-kw. Francis Type, Hanunar-forsen Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 221* — * — 10,200-h.p. Lawaczeck Propeller Type, 376* — * — for Low Heads, 855 — * — Pelton-Wheel Type, Effect of Unsteady Jet Flow, 701* - * — See also Power Plant ; Felton Wheels

  • — Machinery of Atlantic Liners, 572
  • — Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal

— * Steam, Balancing Machines for Rotors, 317* — Blading for. See Blades ; Blading — * — Development in Japan, 854

  • — — Geared, 30,000 h.p., S.S. " Empress of
  • Japan," 806

— * — 30,000-kw. and 1,875-kw., Hams Hall Power Station, 545, 793*, 795*

  • — 12,500-kw. High-Pressure, Back-Pressure, (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 20*

— * — High Pressures and Temperatures in, 854 — — 125-kw. Impulse Type (Greenwood & Batley, Ltd.), 571

  • — — Installations in South Africa, 213*
  • — — Journal Bearings of, 679, 681*, 690*, 768*. See LETTER 780

— * — Leakage Loss in Labyrinth Packing, 65* — * — Locomotives, Swedish Railways, 853 - * — Marine Auxiliary, Advantages, 652 — * — Marine, Fuel Consumption of, 216 — * — Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion — * — Marine, High-Pressure, 810 — * — 5,000-kw., Howden-Zoelly, Winnipeg Stand-By Power Station, 610* — * — 5,000-kw., Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 312*

  • — Progress in, 213*. See 270. See LETTER, 586

— * — Standard Specifications and Tests for, 53 — * — Steel Ingots for Shafts, 215* — * — 40,000-kw., Triple-Exhaust, Brimsdown

  • Power Station, 214*
  • — — Vertical, 110,000-kw. (General Electric
  • Co.), 740
  • — — See also Turbo-Generators

— * Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships Turbo-Compressors in Refrigerating Plants, 855 — * Electric System, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion

  • — — Train Ferry, S.S. " City of Saginaw 31," 855

— * Generators, Balancing Machines for Rotors, 317*

  • — — Electrically-Welded Steel-Plate Stator Casing, 771*
  • — — 30,000-kw., Hams Hall Power Station, 545, 793*

— * — Journal Bearings of, 679, 681*, 690* — * 10,000-kw., Kalyan Power Station, 723 — * — 5,000-kw., Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 312* — * — 125-kw. Marine Auxiliary (Greenwood & Batley, Ltd.), 571*

  • — — 25,000-kv.-a. (Metropolitan-Vickers Elec-trical Co., Ltd.), 654*

— * — Operation on Total-Temperature Basis, 854 — * — 12,500-kw., Stoke-on-TrentPower Station, 600 — * — in South African Power Stations, 213* — * — 5,000-kw., Winnipeg Stand-By Power Station, 610*

  • Turbulence in Technical Hydrodynamics, 788 Turner, Prof. F. C., on 200-ton Hydraulic
  • Compression-Testing Machine, 322* Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools

— * See Machine Tools

  • Turpentine, Standard Specification, 203
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes under Machine Tools
  • Tyndall, Prof. A. M., on Mobility of Gaseous
  • Ions, 299
  • U.
  • UGANDA, Road Transport in, 123
  • Ultra Micrometer for Small Displacement
  • Measurements, 726
  • Underground Cable Systems (Review), 211

— * Coal Conveying, British Mines, Report, 114 — * Lighting Fittings, Standard Specifications,

  • 726
  • Uniflow Engines, Work of J. Perkins, 507

— * Type Compound Marine Steam Engine, 465* See LETTER 507

  • Union-Castle Mail Steamship Co., Ltd., M.S. " Llangibby Castle," 715 ; M.S. " Win¬chester Castle," 716

— * Terminal Building, Cleveland, Ohio, Foundations for, 37* — * Trade. See Labour ; Labour Notes United Kingdom, Coal, Iron and Steel in, 465 — * States, Agricultural Engineering in, 821 — * — Bridge Engineering Practice, 788 — * — Bureau of Mines, Screening Experi-ments, 63 ; Coal-Dust Explosion Appara¬tus, 63 ; Report on Controlling and Gauging Natural-Gas Wells, 95 ; Con¬sumption of Reagents for Flotation, Report, 173 ; Report, Flow of Natural Gas Through High-Pressure Pipe Lines, 180 ; Circular on Metal Mine Ventilation, 197 ; Report on Magnetite Mining in Mineville District, New York, 246

  • Helium-Extraction Plants, 251, 325, 651 ; Report on Electricity Regulations in Belgian, French and German Mines, 285 ; Report on Coal-Mine Ventilation, 302 ; Ore Sizing by Elutriation, 478 ; Re¬port on Carbon Monoxide in Exhaust from Ethyl Petrol, 543 ; Report, on Disposal of Oil-Field Brine, 543 ; Electri¬cal Resistance of Rocks and Ores, 718
  • United States Bureau of Public Roads, Full-Scale and Beggs Deformeter Tests, Yadkin River Ferro-Concrete Bridge, 281*, 311*

— * — Bureau of Standards, Lightning Protec

  • tion Code, 236
  • — Civil Aviation in, 666

— * -- Coal Industry, 820 - * — Consumption of Steel in, 803

  • — — Edison Celebrations in, 567
  • — — Experience with Concrete and Concrete
  • Structures in, 398. See LETTER, 619
  • — — First Steam Engine, 555
  • — -- Helium Extraction Plants in, 251, 325,
  • 651

— * High-Voltage Interconnection in, 724

  • — — Large Open-Hearth Furnaces of Weirton
  • Steel Co., 249
  • — Maryland, Conowingo Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 515*, 551*,613*. See 822

— * — Metallurgical Works, Power in, 684 — * — Navy. See United States under War-ships. — * — Pere Marquette Railway, Turbo-Electric Train Ferry, 855 — * — Power Stations, Equipment of, 822 — — Power Stations, Pulverised Coal in, 650 — * — Railways, Accidents through Arch-Bar Failures, 269 — * — Railway Electrification in, 653

  • — Railways, Operation of, 652
  • — Railways. See also Railways •

— * — Recent Tornadoes and Hurricanes in, 127 — * — Road Engineering, Conference on, 650 — * — Shipping Board, Pulverised-Coal Instal-lations, 564 — * — Telephonic Communication in, 823 — * — See also America

  • United Water Softeners, Ltd., Water-Softening
  • Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 665* Units, Metric, Combined, Conversion into
  • British Units, 490. See Errata, 677

— * and Standards, Electrical, in Japan, 822 University of Cape Town, Engineering Training in, 269, 275 — * College, London, Engineering Courses, 388 ; Memorial to Sir A. B. W. Kennedy, 563 ; Calendar, 624 — * of Illinois, Investigation of Warm-Air Heating Furnaces, 30 ; Investigation of Steam Radiators, 216 — * of Leningrad, Researches on Flow of Materials under Stress, 388 — * Manchester, Researches in Mechanical Engineering Department, 58 — * of Michigan, Conference on Highway Engineering, 650 — * Oxford, Agricultural Engineering Research Institute, Report, Oxford Process, Beet-Sugar Production, 291, — * of Sheffield, 200-Ton Hydraulic Compression Testing Machine, 322* ' - Laboratory for Cold Working of Steel, 54 ; Cold-Rolling Mill, 729* — * Training in Structural Design and Practice, 275. See 269 — * See also Education

  • Unloading Machine for Grain Cars (Dominion
  • Bridge Co., Ltd.), 163*,257*
  • Uno, Dr. D., on an Improved Differential
  • Dilatometer, 424*. See 354
  • Usco Air -Heaters, Hams Hall Power Stati'-n,
  • 663*
  • V.
  • VACUUM Melting of Metals and Alloys, 368, 512*

— * Pump. See Pump

  • Valves, Butterfly, 27-ft., Conowingo Hydro
  • Electric Plant, 554*

— * Conical-Seated, Flow Through, 787 — * Full-Way, for Adhesive Liquids (Robey & Co., Ltd.), 337* — * Gate-Type, Compressed-Air System, Rand Mines, 510

  • — Gear, Drop, 1,000-h.p. Triple-Expansion Pumping Engine. 455*

— * Gears of Newcomen Engines, 555 — * Injection, Aero-Bosch, for Diesel Engines, 628* — * Needle, 9-ft. Free-Discharge (Glenfield & Kennedy, Ltd.), 109* — * Sluice, Electrically-Operated (Glenfield d, Kennedy, Ltd.), 345 — * Steam, (J, Blakeborough & Sons, Ltd.), 655 — * — Motor-Operated, Hams Hall Power Station, 663 — * Stop, Fracture, S.S. " Gladiator," 172

  • — — Fracture, S.S. " Strathcarron," 171
  • — — 600-lb. Pressure, Electrically-Controlled
  • (Hopkinsons, Ltd.), 620*

— * — Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 254* - * Thermionic, National Physical Labo¬ratory Investigations, 179,180*

  • — See also Telegraphy, Wireless ; Tele¬phony, Wireless

— * Tilting Disc (Glenfield & Kennedy, Ltd.), 344* — * and Valve Gear. See also Engines

  • Van der Waals' Hypothesis and Modern
  • Views, 595. See LETTER, 813 Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear ; Motor-Car
  • Details
  • Varnishes and Paints, Standard Specification, 726
  • Ventilation, Coal-Mine, in United States, Report, 302

— * of Japanese Railway Tunnels, 764 — Metal Mine, Progress in, 197 — * of Ships, 388, 414 — * of Witwatersrand Gold Mines, 603 Ventilator, Venturi, for Poultry House (Boulton & Paul, Ltd.), 41

  • Venturi Ventilator for Poultry House (Boulton Paul, Ltd.), 41
  • Vernon, Dr. W. H. J., on Open-Air Corrosion of Copper, 354
  • Viaduct, Peiplao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 427*

— * Timber, Great Western Railway, 608

  • -- See also Bridges
  • Vibration and Cavitation of Turbine Draught
  • Tube, 855

— * Measurement by Ultra Micrometer, 726 — * Prevention by Rubber Pads, 469 — * of Ships, 388, 414, 651 — * Torsional, of Crankshafts, 827*

  • " Viceroy of India," S.S., Design and Perform¬ance of Boilers, 846
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., H.M.S. " Medway," Submarine Dep6t Ship, 11* ; Chilean Sub¬marine Depot Ship ' Araucano," 535 Vickers (Aviation) Ltd., Victoria Troop-Carrying Aeroplane, 72* ; Single-Seater Interceptor Fighting Aeroplane, 72* Vickers Boiler Co., Ltd., Water-Tube Boilers, Portishead Power Station, 654*
  • Victoria, Australia, Eildon Dam Failure, 444*. See LETTERS, 476, 507
  • Victoria Troop-Carrying Aeroplane, 72*
  • — Australia, Sugarloaf Rubicon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Needle Valve for, 109*
  • — Palls and Rand Electricity Supply, 184 Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Co.' Ltd.,
  • Compressed-Air Supply on the Rand,
  • 479*, 510*. See 270; Power Stations of, 271 Vito, General E. De, on Atlantic Liners, 540*,
  • 571*. See 413. See Erratum, 528 Voisin, G., Soc. Anon. Aeroplanes, Motor-Car
  • Engine, 524*
  • Vokes, C. G., Ltd., Pipe-Line Air Filter, 334* Vyle, Sir G., on Engineering and National Finance, 680
  • WACH], Dr. X. F., on Dilatometric Study of
  • Univariant Two-Phase Reactions, 354 Wada, K., on Induced Velocity of Aeroplanes
  • due to Main-Plane. Oscillation, 853
  • Waddell, Dr. J. A. L., on American Bridge Engineering Practice, 788 ; Memoirs and Addresses (Review), 761
  • Wadkin & Co., Overhead Boring and Recessing Machine, 363*
  • Wages. See Labour ; Labour Notes
  • Wagon, Coal, 40-Ton Side-Discharging, London Midland and Scottish Railway, 848*

— * Grain-Carrying, Unloading Machine for, 163*, 257* — * 125-Ton Hot-Metal Mixer Car (Pearson & Knowles Coal and Iron Co., Ltd.), 537*

  • — Raft-Transporting and Petrol Locomotive, Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Co., Ltd., 436*

— * Railway, Report by Committee on Mineral Transport, 694 — * Tipplers, Coal-Handling Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 554*

  • Wagtail Road-Gritting Machine, 634*
  • Walker, Prof. H. B., on Engineering Applied to Agriculture, 821
  • Walker, Sir G., on Meteorology in Application, 385 ; on the Mechanism of Tornadoes, 846
  • Wall, A. T., on Passenger Accommodation in Ships, 386. See 414

— * Clay, Eildon Dam, Victoria, Australia, Sub-sidence of, 444*. See LETTER, 476, 507 — * Construction, Welland Ship Canal Recon-struction, 7*, 101*, 129*, 191*, 365*, 578*, 668*, 698*, 832* — * Retaining, Rubble and Concrete, New York Life Insurance Building Foundations, 37* — Water, for Pulverised-Fuel Boilers, 43*

  • Wallis & Stevens, Ltd., Motor Road Roller, 643*
  • Walter, J. & Co., 260-h.p. Castor Radial Aero Engine, 132*
  • Wang, C. Y., on Metallurgy of Antimony, 726 Wapiti Aeroplane, 75*
  • Ward, J., on Leakage Loss in Labyrinth Pack-ing, 65*
  • Warner, W. R., the Late, 373

Warships :

  • Chilean Destroyers, 274

— * Submarine Depot Ship " Araucano," 535 Cruisers, Armament and Protection of, 419*, 430

  • Dutch Navy, Destroyers for, 265
  • French Navy, Limitation of Armaments, 727
  • German Cruiser " Bremse," Salvage of, 782
  • — — " Ersatz-Preussen," Armament and Protection, 419*, 430
  • H.M. Cruiser " Suffolk," Armament and Protection, 419
  • — Destroyer " Antelope," Launch, 147
  • — " Codrington," Launch, 203
  • H.M.S. " Hood," Dimensions and Perform-ance, 540, 571

— * " Medway," Submarine Depot Ship, 11* Italian Navy, Battleship " Caracciolo,"

  • Dimensions and Performance, 540*, 571*
  • — — Limitation of Armaments, 727
  • Japanese Navy, After-War Development, 753
  • — Limitation of Armaments,. 727 . Naval Armaments, Reduction of, 116, 727 Salvage Operations at Scapa Flow, 178 Submarine Depot Ship, H.M.S. " Medway," 11*
  • — Japanese, Life-Saving Devices for, 754 United States Navy, Aircraft-Carrier
  • " Saratoga," Dimensions and Performance, 540, 571*
  • — Navy, Limitation of Armaments. 727 — — Navy, Metal-Clad Airship Z.M.C.2, 461
  • See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX Washer, Nut-Locking, Palnut, 299
  • Washing Machine, Bottle (Barford & Perkins, Ltd.), 43*

— * Plant, Sand and Gravel (F. Parker, Ltd.), 632*

  • Washington Treaty and Battleship Replace-ments, 727
  • Wassell, D. G., Gerard Free-Wheel Clutch, 434 Waste Prevention in Steel Industry, 803 Water, Advisory Committee on, Report on
  • Waterworks Operation, 532

— * Cooled Copper Moulds, 368, 512* — * Critical Point of, 295 — * Feed, Colloidal Conditioning Process (H.

  • Lauritzen), 737
  • — Filters. See Filters
  • — Flow in Pipes and Channels, 69*, 98*, 131*, 788
  • — Flowing, Corrosion of Metal by, 59*
  • — Friction. See Friction ; Hydrodynamics ;
  • Ship Resistance

— * Gas. See Gas — * Gauges, Boiler, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pres-sure Steam Plant, 254* — * Heaters. See Feed-Water Heaters — * Mains, Earthquake-Proof Socket Joint for, 754 — * Power. See Power, Water ; Hydraulic ; Pelton Wheel ; Power Plant ; Turbine, Hydraulic — * Softening Plant, Hams Hall Power Station, 665 — * Specific Heat and Molecular Structure, 596* — * and Steam, Critical Relations Between, 595*. See LETTER, 813 — * Supply of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 737

  • — — of Liverpool, 260
  • — — Portsmouth, Results of Treatment, 55
  • — Proposed Amendments to Waterworks
  • Acts, 532
  • — — and Rainfall, 55
  • — Utility of River Gauging, 55

- * — of Southend-on-Sea, 404 — See also Irrigation — * Tube Boiler. See Boiler — * Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic ; Pelton Wheel ; Power Plant

  • — Wheels. See Pellon Wheel ; Turbine, Hy-draulic ; Power Plant
  • Waterloo Bridge Reconstruction, 535
  • Watermeyer, Prof. G. A., on Mining Operations in the Rand, 270
  • Waterways. See Rivers ; Canals
  • Waterworks Association, British. See British Waterworks Association

— * Clauses Acts, 1847-1863, Proposed Amend-ments, 532 - * Kempton Park Pumping Station, 425*, 455*, 563 — * See also Water Supply and PARAGRAPH INDEX

  • Watling, Major H. R., on Motor-Cycle In¬dustry in Great Britain, 824
  • Waves, Electromagnetic. See Telegraphy, Wireless ; Telephony, Wirelesb

— * Resistance of Submerged Body in Shallow Sea, 754

  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Weeks, W., & Son, Ltd., Tar or Bitumen Spraying Machine, 647*
  • Weights and Measures, Standard, 54
  • Weir, Eildon, Victoria, Australia, Failure of, 444*. See LETTERS, 476, 507
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Feed-Water De-Aerator, 275*

— * Movable, Mechanics of, 201, 260 — * Rectangular, Discharge Over, 855 — * Regulating and Safety, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 7*, 193*

  • Weirton Steel Co., Large Open-Hearth Fur¬naces of, 249
  • Welded Roof Truss, Carriage-Washing Shed, Heaton, 719*

— * Work, Provisional Rules for, 351. See LETTER, 416

  • Welding of Chromium-Nickel Steel for Chemical Plants, 567

— * Electric, Applied to Railway Bridges, &c., 687*, 719*. See 711. See LETTER, 781 — * — for Engineering Construction, 770* — — in Japan, 823 — * Plant, Portable (A.-C. Welding Co.), 347* - * Thermit, and the Steel Mill, 803

  • Welland Ship Canal, Canada, Reconstruction, 7*, 101*, 129*,191*, 365*, 462*, 577*, 668*, 697*, 76*, 832*
  • Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corpora¬tion, Ltd., Half-Cubic Yard Excavator with Chain Track, 185*
  • Wells, Foundation, Peipiao Extension, Peking-Mukden Railway, 428*
  • — Union Terminal Building, Cleveland, 37*
  • Wells, Natural-Gas, Controlling and Gauging, Report, 95
  • Werf Gusto, Firma A. F. Smulders, Trailing Suction Dredger, 737*
  • Weser River, Port Improvements at Bremer-haven and Bremen, 159*
  • " West Alsek," S.S., Todd Unit-System Pul-verised-Coal Installation, 87*

— * Hartlepool, Port of, 529 — * Indies, Storms, in, 127 — * of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, High

  • Elastic-Limit Steel, by F.G. Martin, 232 Western Australia Department of Mines, Report, 475
  • Western Electric Co., Concrete Cooling Towers, 807
  • " Western Knight " S.S., Cargo Salvage, 539*
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Rotor-Balancing Machine, 317* ; 60,000 k v.-a., 220,000-Volt Transformers, 410 ; 40,000-k v.-a. Alternators, 613* ; 833-kv.-a. Transformers, 614*
  • Westlake Machine Co., Glass-Forming Ma-chinery, 154*
  • Westland Aircraft Works, Limousine Aero-plane, 75* ; Wapiti Aeroplane, 75* ; Widgeon Two-Seater Aeroplane, 75*
  • Westminster Technical Institute, Prospectus, 388
  • Whangpoo River and Yangtze Estuary, Dredg¬ing in, 754
  • Whayman, Engr.-Admiral W. M., on Pulverised Fuel for Marine Boilers, 564
  • Wheeler, F., on Effect of Grog on Fireclay, 448 Wheels, Gear. See Gears ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • Whipple, Dr. F. .T. W., on Potential Gradient and Atmospheric Pollution, 61
  • Whirling-Arm Experiments, Pitot Tubes and Hot-Wire Anemometers for, National Phygical Laboratory, 6
  • Whitby, L., on Open Air Corrosion of Copper, 354
  • White, C. M., on Flow in Pipes and Channels, 69*, 98*, 131*
  • White, J. D., on Road Transport in South Africa, 303. See 238
  • White, J. S., & Co., Ltd., Thames Ferry Steamer, " Will Crooks," 758
  • — Metal. See Alloy. under Metallurgy
  • — Star Line, M.S. " Britannic," Launch of, 174 White, T., & Sons, Ltd., 36 in. Panel-Planing Machine, 783*
  • Whiteley, J. H., on the Coalescence of Pearlite, 384
  • Whitworth Scholarships. See Education Wiberg, 0., on High Pressures and Temperatures for Steam, 854
  • Widgeon Aeroplane, 75*
  • Wieselsberger, C., on Effect on Aeroplanes of Built-In Engine Cars, 726
  • Wike, C. F., the Late, 232
  • " Will Crooks," Thames Ferry Steamer, 758 Willet, E. F., on Coal, Iron and Steel in Europe, 465
  • Williams, V. E., on Natal Main-Line Electrification, 785. See 239
  • Wilson, Prof. E., on King's College, London,
  • Engineering Department, 563
  • Wilson, Prof. W. M., on Analysing Statically
  • Indeterminate Structures, 788
  • Wimbledon Foundry Co., Boiler-Flue Baffle, 434
  • Winch for Concrete Mixer (Stothert & Pitt, Ltd.), 640*
  • 5-Ton Electric (Laurence, Scott & Electromotors, Ltd., 337*
  • — Enclosed Single-Geared, Steam (Babcock &
  • Wilcox, Ltd.), 167*
  • "Winchester Castle," M.S. (Harland & Wolff, Ltd.), 716
  • Wind Power, Utilisation of, 612
  • — Pressure due to Tornadoes, 127
  • — Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Windlass, Compressed-Air (Reavell & Co., Ltd.). 347*
  • Windmills, Flow of Air Through, 6
  • Window Glass, Manufacture, of, 304*
  • — — Prismatic (Holophane, Ltd.), 447 *
  • Winget, Ltd., Concrete Kerb and Channel
  • Machine, 634* ; Trough Concrete or Asphalt Mixer, 634*
  • Winnipeg Hydro-Electric System, Steam Power Station and Heating Plant, 609*
  • Wire, Brass, Armouring for Electric Cables,
  • Specification, 168
  • — Ropes (British Ropes, Ltd.), 737
  • — — Electromagnetic Tester for, 115
  • — Flattened-Strand, Standard Specification, 726. See 212
  • — Investigations, Safety in Mines Research
  • Board, 768
  • — Standard Specification, 212. See 726
  • — Ropeways for Cargo Salvage, S.S. "Western
  • Knight," 539*

— * Steel, Hard-Drawn, for Ferro-Concrete,

  • Standard Specification, 302
  • — — for Mining Ropes, 355, 361
  • — and Tapes, Surveying, National Physical
  • Laboratory Work on, 209

— * Use for Electromagnetic Sound-Recording, 496

  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring Regulations and Smethwick Fire Disaster, 780
  • Witbank Power Station, South Africa, 213* Witwatersrand Gold Mines, Atmospheric Con
  • ditions, 602 ; Siliceous Dust Control, 603 — See also Rand
  • WI%ler's Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Wolf Safety Lamp Co. (Wm. Maurice), Ltd.,
  • Miners' Lighting Equipments, 736 WollastoniStrip for Instrument Suspensions, 79 Wood Preservation Association, Formation of, 744
  • Testing and Preservation, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 487*, 601*, 695* 731* 783*, 797*
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Worcester Electric Power Station, Boiler Reconstruction for Pulverised Fuel, 43*

Works :

  • Biddenham Works, W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd., Exhibition Hall at, 555
  • Works Management, Managerial Profit Sharing (Review), 370
  • — — Principles of Scientific Purchasing (Re-view), 316
  • Workshops and Factories, Home Office In-spector's Report, 175

— * Practice, Surface Finishing of Holes, 33*

  • World Engineering Congress in Japan. See
  • Engineering Congress
  • — — Federation, Proposed, 746
  • — Iron Ore Supply, 685

— * Power Conference, Berlin, 714 — * — Conference (Fuel Conference), Transactions of (Review), 667 — * — Conference, Tokyo Sectional Meeting, 714, 745

  • — — Resources, Statistics, 205
  • Worm Gear. See Gear ; Gearing
  • Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., Pumping Plant, Tilbury Docks, Dry Dock, 398* ; 1,000-h.p. Triple-Expansion Pumping Engine, 455* Wreck Raising. See Savage

— * See Accidents

  • Wrinch, Dr. D., on Solutions of Laplace's
  • Equations, 534
  • Wrought Iron. See Iron
  • Wulfestieg, E., on Electrical Conductivity of
  • Refractory Materials, 385
  • Wiist, F., on Use of Hot Blast in Blast Furnaces, 686

X

  • X-RAYS. See Rontgen Rays

Y.

  • YADKIN River Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Full-Scale and Beggs Deformeter Tests, 281*, 311*
  • Yagi, H., on Wireless Remote Control, 823
  • Yamamoto, Prof. T., on Pressure Distribution and Resistance of Ships, 788
  • Yamamoto, Y., on Mercantile Shipbuilding Japan, 753
  • Yamashita 0., on Rolling-Stock Repairs on Japanese Government Railways. 755
  • Yangtze Estuary and River Whangpoo, Dredging in, 754
  • Yarrow-Gresley Locomotive Boiler, 850* Yarrow, H. E., on Pulverised Fuel for Marine Boilers, 564
  • Water-Tube Boilers, S.S. " Empress of Japan,'* 806 ; S.S. " Viceroy of India," 846
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Yendo, Prof. M., on Researches on Turbine Pumps, 855
  • Yield Point, High Temperature, Importance-in Boiler Construction, 855
  • — Range of Stressed Materials, 605*, 661*
  • Yniscedwyn Colliery, Gravity Coal-Cleaning Plant, 706*
  • Yokota, C., on Oil Circuit-Breakers, 822
  • Yokota, Prof. S., on Pressure Distribution and Resistance of Ships, 788
  • Yokoyama, K., on Development of Steam. Turbines in Japan, 854
  • Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Co., Six-Wheeled Tipping Lorry, 41
  • Yoshida, Prof. T., on Compressive Strength of Concrete, 755
  • Yttrium in Cape Granites, Spectroscopic Investigation of, 298
  • Yuasa, Prof., K., on Failure of Metals under Stress, 824

Z.

  • ZEERLEDER, Dr. A. von, on Effect of Temperatures in Overhead Electric Transmission Cables, 446. See 369
  • Zeiss, C., Optical Dividing Head, 509* Metallurgical Microscope, 556* ; Universal Theodolite, 734*
  • Zinc Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Z.M.C.2, Metal-Clad Airship, 461
  • Zoelly-Howden, 5,000-kw., Steam Turbine, Winnipeg Stand-By Power Station, 610*
  • Zogbaum, F., on Remote Control of Electric Power Stations, 822

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