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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1930 Jul-Dec: Index

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  • AASTAD, J., on Relative Dilution Method of Measurement of Flow, 125
  • Abbreviations and Symbols, Standard, 238
  • Abell C. F. on Air-Cooled Aero-Engine De¬velopment, 308*. See 319
  • Abell, Prof. T. B., on Measurement of Virtual Mass of Ship Models, 154*. See 116 Aberpergwm Colliery, Pulverised-Fuel Plant for Anthracite Duff, 705*
  • Abutments, Arch, Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, 227*
  • Acceleration, Ship’s, Differential Pendulum for Determination, 116, 154*
  • Accelerometer, Remotely-Recording, for Road Experiments, 147*

Accidents :

  • Airship ” R 101,” Wreck of, 465
  • Explosions, Boiler. See Boiler Explosions
  • and Paragraph Index Industrial Accidents, Home Oflice In¬spector’s Report, 206 Machinery Failures, Report of British
  • Engine Boiler and Electrical Insur¬ance Co., Ltd. 525
  • Shipping, Vessels Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 42, 210, 420
  • Accumulators, Ruths, for Power Storage, 249 ; at Poultry Farm, 460*
  • Steam, in Power Stations 696 Acetylene Association, British, Report on
  • Oxv-Acetylene Industry, 78
  • Dissolved, Effect of Heat on, 147
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Acid, Sulphuric, and its Manufacture (Review), 224
  • Ackermann, Dr. H., on Manufacturing Re¬fractory Bricks and Blocks 10
  • Acoustical Screening of Gunfire Sounds, Southend-on-Sea, 731*
  • Adams, R. R., on Thrust Measurements on S.S. ” Clairton,” 770
  • Adamson, D., <fc Co., Ltd., Super-Lancashire Boiler Unit, 378*
  • Adamson, Dr. D., the Late, 489*
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Ad¬dress
  • Adits, Tunnel, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 612*
  • Admiralty Gun-Metal, Effect of Phosphorus, 388 See also Warships
  • Aerials, Directional, Rugby Wireless Station, 541*, 624*
  • Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • Propellers. See Propellers under Aero¬nautics
  • Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airships, 341
  • Department, National Physical Labora¬tory, Work of, 168*, 208
  • and Hydrodynamics, Handbook of (Review), 575
  • Aeronautical Industry, Use of Non- Ferrous Metals in, 333
  • Research Committee, Report, 483 Aeroplane Construction, Metal Joints,
  • Stampings, Forgings and Castings in, 282
  • Use of Rubber, 300
  • Parts, Prevention of Corrosion, 282
  • Research on, 169*, 483
  • Wing Flutter, Researches, National Physical Laboratory, 169
  • Aircraft Materials, Choice, Treatment and Testing of, 282
  • Airships, Gas Fuel for, 148, 343, 353
  • ” Graf Zeppelin,” Construction of, 353 ;
  • Flights of, 413
  • Handling, Mechanisation of, 114, 414
  • Helium Production at Amarillo, Texas, 229
  • Mooring Towers for, 114, 414
  • R 100 ” and ” R 101,” Construction of, 341*, 353, 412. See 319, 465, 788*
  • “ R 101,” Engines of, 319 ; Wreck of, 465 ; X-Ray Examination of, 788*
  • Airships, Rigid, Development of Construc¬tion, 341*, 353, 412
  • Use of Gas Fuel, 148, 343, 353
  • Busk Studentship, Cambridge, Applica¬tion Form, 74
  • Civil Aviation in Canada, Report, 742
  • in Persia, 327
  • See also Airships (above).
  • Engines, Aeroplane, Aluminium-Alloy Piston for, 333
  • Bristol Jupiter, Radial Type, 308*, 319
  • Problems in Design, 21
  • Radial Type, Townend Ring and Cowling for, 311*
  • Researches on, 483
  • Oil, for Airships, 343. See 319
  • Beardmore, Airship “ R.101 ” 319
  • Petrol, Aeroplane, Air-Cooled, Develop¬ment of, 20, 55, 308, 319
  • Aeroplane, Detonation and Lubri¬cating Oils, 32*, 99. See Letter, 172
  • Aeroplane, Radial Type, Reduction of Drag, National Physical Labora¬tory, 169, 311*
  • Maybach, Airship “ Graf Zeppelin,”
  • Use of Gas Fuel in, 353 “ Graf Zeppelin,” Airship, Construction
  • of, 353 ; Flights of, 413
  • Helium Production, Amarillo, Texas, 229
  • Use in Airships, 341, 354, 465
  • Imperial College of Science, Department of Aeronautics, Syllabus, 372
  • Mooring Towers for Airships, 114, 414
  • Propellers, Aerial, Researches, National Physical Laboratory, 169*
  • Research Committee, Aeronautical, Report, 483
  • Streamlined Forms, Resistance in Air and Water, 208
  • Townend Ring for Aero-Engines, 311
  • Wind Resistance of Ships, Model Experi¬ments, 116, 184*
  • Tunnel Experiments on Airship Models, National Physical Laboratory, 341
  • National Physical Laboratory, 168*
  • Wing Flutter in Aeroplanes, Researches,
  • National Physical Laboratory, 169 See also Paragraph Index
  • Aeroplanes. See XeronuMfi<»
  • AfTorcstation of Watersheds, 730
  • Ageing. Artificial, of Duralumin, 358, 473* of Magnets, 815
  • Aggregates for Concrete, 764
  • Agreements, Labour. See Labour
  • Agricultural Engineering, Institute of, Inter¬national Tractor Trials, 367*, 401*, 437*, 466
  • Agricultural and General Engineers, Ltd., Marl-Extracting Machine, 13*; 38-h.p.
  • Aveling <fe Porter Agricultural Tractor, I 370* ; 26-h.p. Blackstonc Diesel Agricultural Tractor, 401
  • Hall. See Exhibition
  • Machinery, Cultivator with Compensated
  • Tines and Self-Lifting Gear (W. A. Wood I Co., Ltd.), 107*
  • Monotrac Motor Cultivator (G. Monro, Ltd.), 784* i
  • Reaper and Thresher Combined (Clayton & Shuttleworth, Ltd.), 82*
  • Motors. See Engines ; Motors; Tractors Show, Smithfield Club, 750*
  • Society, Royal, Manchester Show, 39*, 80*.
  • See 107* ; International Tractor Trials 367*, 401*, 437*, 466
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture, Artificial Fertilisers in, 318
  • Ministry of. Report on Trade Effluents and Sewers, 47
  • Use of Electricity in, 59
  • See also Irrigation and Paragraph Index Ailsa Craig Motor Co., Ltd., 40-60 b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 550* ; 12-20 h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Petrol-Paraffln Engine, 551*
  • Air, Compressed. See Compressed Air; Pneu¬matic
  • Compressor for 2,500-h.p. Fullagar-Diesel Engine, 9*
  • for 2,200-h.h.p. Jorgensen Diesel Engine, 307*
  • Two-Stage (Etablissements Francois,S. A.), 515*
  • Cooling Oil by, 708. See LETTER, 783
  • Air Filters for Internal-Combustion Engines, Efficiency of, 221*. See Letter, 295*
  • Heater for Super-Lancashire Boiler Unit, 378*
  • High-Pressure, Physiological Effects, 351
  • Hydrogen Explosions, Unexpected, 252*
  • Mine, Reconditioning of, 162*
  • Pollution from Works, 305
  • Purification, Electrical Methods, 504
  • Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • Sec also Atmosphere Aircraft. See Aeronautics Airships. See Aeronautics Ajax-Northrup Electric Furnace for Steel Making, 409*, 417
  • Alameda-Oakland Estuary Tube, California, 383*, 449*
  • Albert Dock, Liverpool, 122*
  • Aldis Borescopes, Examination of Rotor Shafts, 128*
  • (Alexandra Dock, Liverpool, 122*
  • Alkali Works, 1929, Annual Report, 305
  • Allen Air Appliance Co., Pneumatic Ash Removal Wagon, 537*
  • Allen, E. W., on Diesel Auxiliary Generating Machinery, 478
  • Allen, R. F., on Skidding of Road Vehicles, 778
  • Alloys. Sec Metallurgy; Microphotographs; Paragraph Index
  • Alluvial Deposits, Mining of (Review), 195
  • Alternating Current. Sec Electric Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. Sec Generators, Electric; Turbo-Alternators
  • Aluminium Alloys. Sec Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Conductors, Steel-Cored, Joint for, 760*
  • Effect on Cast Iron, 57
  • Powder, Standard Specification, 689
  • Use in Shipbuilding, 770
  • Amalgamated Anthracite Collieries, Ltd., Aber¬pergwm Colliery, Pulvcrised-Fuel Plant, 705*
  • Amarillo, Texas, Helium Production, 229 America, Construction of Skyscrapers in, 113
  • Latin, Engineering Markets of, 780
  • American Committees on Scientific and Engin¬eering Symbols, Work of, 238
  • Gas Association. See Gas Association
  • High Speed Oil Engines, 534*
  • Institute of Electrical Engineers. Sec Electrical Engineers
  • of Mining and Metallurgy. See Mining
  • Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel American Locomotive Co., High-Pressure Com¬pound Locomotive “ James Archbald,” 737*, 798*. Sec Erratum, 783
  • Navy. See United States under Warships
  • Society of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers
  • of Mechanical Engineers. Sec Mechanical Engineers)
  • of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.
  • See Naval Architects
  • for Testing Materials. See Testing
  • Standard Specification for Cement and Con¬crete, 105
  • See also United States
  • Ammonia, Sulphate of, Production, 689
  • Synthetic, Industry, Development of, 311
  • Amplifiers, Valve, Use with Duddell Oscillo¬graphs, 671*. See Letters 720*
  • Amsler, A. J., & Co., Friction Testing Machine,
  • 29; 10-ton Testing Machine, 355*; Ductility Tester, 355*
  • Analysis, Spectrum, of Steels, 635*
  • Anchor Frames, Kill van Kull Arch Bridge, New York, 227*
  • Andcrtcn Locks, Mittelland Canal, Germany, 35*, 101*, 159*
  • Andrews, E. S., on Retaining Walls, 728
  • Anhydrite, Canadian, Commercial Uses of, 244
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metal- Annual Publications. See Literature Index Ansaldo, S. A., 4-6-2 Type Diesel Locomotive, 654*
  • Ansaldo, Stabilimenti Elettrotecnici, Portable Transformer Substation, 516*
  • Antenna Arrays, Rugby Wireless Station, 541*, 624*
  • Anthracite Duff, Pulverised-Fuel Plant for, Aberpergwm Colliery, 705*
  • Anti-Friction Metals. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Knock Rating of Motor Fuels, 468, 512
  • Antimony Alloys. Sec Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Antimony Crystal, Twinning Planes in, 118*
  • Effect on Lead-Tin Alloys, 794*
  • Prices. Sec Metal-Price Diagrams Apparatus, Scientific and Technical, Display
  • of, 433
  • Appleby Iron Co., Ltd., Open-Hearth Furnaces, 375
  • Appleton, Prof. E. V., on Meteorological Rela-
  • I tions of Atmospherics, 701; on Wireless Echoes, 702
  • Applevard, K. C., on Dry Cleaning of Coal, 760
  • Applied Mechanics, International Congress, Stockholm, Strength of Pipe Bends, by
  • Prof. W. Hovgaard, 655
  • Appointments. See Paragraph Index Apprenticeship and Skilled Employment
  • Asso¬ciation, Appeal for Funds, 435
  • See also Education
  • Arapuni Hydro-Electric Power Scheme, Re¬conditioning, 676*
  • Arc. See Electric; Furnace; Welding Arch Bridge, Kill van Kull, New York, Sub¬
  • structure, 227*
  • Sydney Harbour. See Bridge. See Letter,
  • 244; appointment of Dr. J. J. C. Bradfleld as Chief Engineer, 439
  • Flat, Ferro-Concrete, Effect of Temperature on, 728
  • and Portals, Ferro-Concrete (Review), 421
  • Rib, Ferro-Concrete, Raritan River Bridge, New Jersey, 197*
  • “ Archimedes,” S.S., History of, 191
  • Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects
  • Architecture of Concrete, 727
  • Arctic Regions, Thermal Energy of Water in, 216
  • Ardington, International Agricultural Tractor Trials, 367*, 401*, 437*, 466
  • Argentina, Electric Power Stations in, 250
  • Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Oil Production in, 92
  • Tidal Power in, 51, 570
  • Armco Iron, Effect of Under-Stressing, 281
  • Armoured Brickwork for Structures (Review). 164
  • Armourers’and Braziers’ Co., Lectures on Brittle Fracture of Metals, 685*, 717*, 752*
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 15-h.p. Six- Cylinder Motor Car, 498*
  • Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., Roll- Grinding and Turning Lathe, 289*
  • Armstrong, Whitworth <fe Co. (Engineers), Ltd, 2-6-2 + 2-6-2 -Type Locomotive, Great. Western Railway, Brazil, 520*
  • Armstrong-Whitworth Fuel Research Set, Investigation of Anti-Knock Motor Fuels, 468, 512*
  • Artificial Fertilisers and the World’s Food Supply, 318
  • Lines and Filters, Theory of (Review), 719
  • Asakura, Dr. K., on Coal Economy in Japanese Locomotives, 214
  • Ash, Coal, Fusion Tests, Report, 314
  • Coke, Melting Point of, 92. See Erratum, 141
  • Emission and Coal Cleaning, 312
  • Handling Plant, Horden Colliery, 392*
  • Removal from Flue Gases, 150*
  • Wagon, Pneumatic (Allen Air Appliance Co.), 537*
  • Askania Regulator for Steam-Turbine Gover¬nor, 700*
  • Asphalt Mastic Roofings, Investigations on, 670
  • Roads Association, Kingston By-Pass Road Experiments, 565*
  • Use in Road Construction, 594
  • Associated Equipment Co., Ltd., 95-h.p.
  • High-Speed Oil Engine, 584*
  • Association, British. See British Association.
  • Engineering. Sec Institutions
  • for the Promotion of Co-operation between
  • Scientific and Technical Societies and Institutions, 555, 653. See Letter, 754
  • Atlantic Liners See Steamers
  • Atlas-Werke A.-G., Safety Coupling for Elec¬tric Windlasses, 447*
  • Atmospheric Corrosion of Copper, 387, 631
  • Pollution Committee, Researches on Day¬light, 241
  • Relief Valve. 10,000-kw. Back-Pressure Steam Turbine, 761*
  • Atmospherics, Meteorological Relations of, 701
  • Aufhauser, Dr., on Coal in Germany, 92
  • Austin, Sir H., on Motor-Car Design, 495
  • Austin, Soci<$t45 Anonyme, 20-h.p. Petrol Agricultural Tractor, 370*
  • Australia, Engineering Markets of, 301*, 610
  • Lightning Effect on Telephone Line, 53
  • New South Wales Railways, 70-ton Break¬down Cranes, 88*
  • South Wales, Report on Public Works, 809
  • Paper Manufacture from Straw, 180
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge. See Bridge
  • Vallourn, 10,000-kw. Back-Pressure Steam Turbo-Generator, 699*, 761*
  • Australian Automatic Hydro-Electric Power Plants, 505
  • Austria, Engineering Markets of, 87, 160
  • Water-Power Regulations in, 571
  • Austrian Marine, Internal-Combustion Engines in, 478. See Erratum, 596
  • Autoclave Presses, Rubber-Curing (F. Shaw & Co., Ltd.), 95*
  • Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding Automatic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools Automobile Engineering, National Certificates in, 435
  • Engineers, Institution of, Presidential
  • Address, by Sir H. Austin, on Trend in Motor-Car Design, 495 ; The Commercial Motor—Some Difficulties of the User, by C. lc M. Gosselin, 654. See Letter, 754 ; Experiments on Motion of a Four-Wheeled Vehicle when Some Wheels are Locked, by J. Bradley and S. A. Wood, 777 ; Behaviour of Rubber-Tyred Wheels on Road Surfaces, by J. Bradley and R. F. Allen, 778 ; Annual Dinner, 719
  • See Motor Cars
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine Aveling <fe Porter, Ltd., High-Speed Four-
  • Cylinder Oil Engine, 80* ; Oil-Driven Road Rollers, 82* ; 38-h.p. Agricultural Tractor, 370* ; 54-cub. ft. Concrete Mixer, 426*
  • Avery, W. & T., Ltd., Bicentenary of, 19
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Axle, Crank, Locomotive, Failure from Fatigue, 686*
  • Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Tramway, Standard Specification, 10
  • Aylesbury Corporation, Rural Electricity Scheme, 181*
  • Azbe, V. J., on Smoke Abatement in United States, 312

B.

  • BABBINGTON, A., on Land Drainage Act, 1930, and River-Pollution Prevention, 730
  • Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd., High-Pressure Boilers, S.S. “ King George V,” 428* ; Experimental Pulverised-Fuel Plant, 615*
  • Badlam, S., on Cold Rolling of Strip Steel, 759
  • Bailev, E. C., on Coal Firing of Boiler Furnaces in United States, 214
  • Bailey. R. W., Creep of Tubes and Cylinders, 83; on Safety of Rotors of Turbo- Generators, 242*. See Letter, 294.
  • Bain, E. C., on Stainless Steels and Irons, 759
  • Baird & Tatlock (London), Ltd., Whidbourne Air-Driven Stroboscope, 503*
  • Baker, A. R., on Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube, 383*, 449*
  • Bakers’ Ovens, Steam-Heated, Explosions of, 24.
  • Electric, in France, 130
  • Balakschin, S., on Coal Resources of Siberia, 92
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, 4-8-4 Type Loco¬motive, Chicago and North Western Railway, 443*
  • Balfour, Beatty <fe Co., Ltd.. Lochaber Water- Power Scheme, 610*, 674*, 735*
  • Baling Presses, Tin, Huddersfield Refuse- Disposal Plant, 546*
  • Ball Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Bamfords, Ltd., Adjustable Horse Rake, 751
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools
  • Banfleld, T. H., on Coal Firing of Boiler Furnaces in United States, 214
  • Bannwarth, Dr. A., on Diesel Engines for Peak Loads, 571
  • Barash, M., on Price of Coke and Cost of Gas Production, 311
  • Barjot, Dr. H., on Thermal Energy of Water in Arctic Regions, 216
  • Barking Power Station, 475
  • Barometers, Testing of, National Physical Laboratory, 273
  • Barrages, Construction of, 23.
  • Base-Exchange Process, Water Softening, 218
  • Basic Slags, Analysis of, 404
  • Basins, Storage, Multiple, Anderten Ixxjks, Mittelland Canal, 35*, 101*, 159*
  • Bastian Meter Co., Ltd., Mascarini Electric Boilers, 460*
  • Batho, Prof. C., on Structural Steel Design, 445. See 399, 408. See Letter, 518
  • Battersea Power Station, 628* ; Flue-Gas Cleaning Plant, 709*
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Bauer, Prof. B., on Electrical Supply and Con¬struction in Switzerland, 26
  • Bauer-Wach Machinery, S.S. “ St. Clair,” 418*, 485*
  • Baum System of Electric Power Transmission, 347
  • Baumann, K., on Future Developments of Steam Cycle, 597*, 661*, 723*. See 626
  • Beacon, Radio, Rotating, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 271*
  • Beams, Composite Hollow-Brick and Concrete, Tests, 464
  • Concrete, Flexural Tests of, 105
  • Bearce, W. D., on Electric Traction on Rail¬ways, 215
  • Beard, J., on Trade-Union Policy, 299
  • Beardmore, W., & Co., Ltd., 4-6-2 Type Loco¬motives, 294* ; Oil Engines, Airship •• R.101,” 319; Closing of Dalmuir Shipyard, 332.
  • Bearing, Lignum-Vita?, Invention of, 193
  • Lubrication Experiments, National Physical Laboratory
  • Metals. Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Beaumont, Major E. G. K., on Power Trans¬mission for Motor Vehicles, 416
  • Beet-Sugar Effluents, Purification of, 14
  • Beggs’ Method of Stress Determination, 309, 408, 445. See LETTER, 518
  • Beil by Memorial Awards, 23
  • “ Belawan,” S.S., Efficiency of Engines, 660
  • Belfast, York Street Flax Spinning Mills, Electrification of, 23, 140
  • Belgian Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 373*, 417
  • Belgium, Conditions in iron and Steel Industry, 17
  • Economic Conditions in, Report, 176
  • Engineering Markets of, 87, 160, 453, 610, 733 809
  • Exports to Great Britain, 306. See Erratum, 363
  • International Marine Motor Trials, 427
  • Ltege Exhibition, 68*, 230*, 355*, 515*. Sec 579*
  • Bell, H., Tomb of, 497
  • Bell, T., & Co., Re-equipment of Triest-Opicina Mountain Railway, 133*
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Power Transmission by, 416
  • Bending Machine. See Machine Tools. Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Bends, Pipe, Strength of, 655
  • Benes Fuel Pump for High-Speed Oil Engines, 629*. See Erratum, 660
  • Bentall, E. H., <fc Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Smith- field Show, 750
  • Benzole Extraction in Gas Industry, 311
  • Berger, Dr. F., on Use of Excess Electric Power, 504
  • Berlin Power Station, Load-Despatching System. 572
  • World Power Conference. See World Power Conference
  • Berridge, H., on Colloidal Nature and Water Content of Clays, 5*, 61*. See Letter, 275
  • Berthier Machine Rifle, 360*. See Erratum, 397
  • Beryllium, Researches on, National Physical Laboratory, 209
  • Bessemer Steel Production, British and Conti¬nental, 373
  • Bessey, G. E., on Estimation of Free Calcium Hydroxide in Cement, 314
  • Bianchi, G., on Railway Electrification in Italy, 716
  • Bicentenary of W. <fc T. Avery, Ltd., 19
  • of J. Wedgwood. See Ceramic Society
  • Bicheroux Process, Sheet-Glass Manufacture, 749, 758*
  • Biedermann, Mr., on Fire Protection in German Liners, 458
  • Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 199*, 183* 217*
  • Bin, Storage, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 488*
  • Binary Alloys. Sec Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Bird, A. L, on Nozzles and Sprays for Oil Engines, 571
  • Birmingham, British Industries Fair, Future of, 748
  • Lighting of, 377
  • Soho Foundry, Old Machine Tools at, 19
  • University, High-Frequency Oscillator of Wide Range, 253*
  • Birtley Iron Co., Ltd., Pneumatic Coal- Cleaning Plant at Horden. 390*
  • Bishop, W. A., on Gas in Public Street Illumi¬nation, 377
  • Bismuth, Thermal Conductivity of, 240
  • Bitumen, Use in Road Construction, 594
  • Blackett Underground Chain Coal Conveyor, 728*
  • Blacksmith’s Manual (Review), 673
  • Blackstone & Co., Ltd., 26-h.p. Agricultural Tractor, 401*
  • Blading, 25,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 189*
  • Turbine, Back-Pressure Steam, 700*
  • Blair Scholarships, Awards, 235
  • Blairmore,” “ Blairspey ” and “ Blairnevis,” Comparison of Trial Trip Performances, 93*, 114
  • “Blanche,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 430. See Erratum, 492
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blaugas, Use in Airships, 148
  • Bleeding in Steam Turbines, Economic Limits, 248
  • Bleichert, A., & Co., A.-G., Dischargers at Porto Marghcra, 457*
  • " Blinjoe,” S.S., Efficiency of Engines, 660
  • Bloch, Dr. E., on Electric and Magnetic Properties of Metals, 701
  • Blood, W. H., Junr., on Grounding of Electric Circuits in United States, 313
  • Blooms, Steel, Standard Specification, 355
  • Blutergess Centrifugal Sifting Machine, 802
  • ” Boadicea,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 430. See Erratum, 492
  • Board of Education, Committee on Education for Salesmanship, Report on Foreign Languages, 148 ; National Certificates in Automobile Engineering and Foundry Work, 435
  • of Trade Reports, Boiler Explosion In¬quiries, 24, 42, 234
  • Report on British Industries Fair, 748
  • Report, Fires in Cargo and Bunker Coal, 236
  • See also Overseas Trade Department
  • Boat, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Submarine. See Warships
  • Bodenseher, E., on Pumped Storage Reservoirs and Power Supply of Towns, 249
  • Boegehold, A. L., on Properties of Cast Iron, 281
  • Boiler, Babcock & Wilcox, Experimental, for Pulverised Fuel, 615* ; Horden Colliery, 392*; 545-lb. Pressure, S.S. ” King George V,” 428*
  • Control, Centralisation of, 505
  • Electric, Mascarini, Poultry Farm, 460*
  • Explosion Inquiries, Board of Trade Reports, 24, 42, 234
  • Feed Pump. Sec Pump
  • Water Softening. Sec Water Softening
  • Water. See Water
  • and Furnaces, Developments in, 50
  • Boiler Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker
  • High-Pressure, Lakeside Power Station, Tube Failures at, .544
  • Pressure, Ixiffler, Trials of, 682*
  • Pressure, Materials for, 544
  • Locomotive, Efficiency of, 380
  • High-Pressure with Water-Tube Firebox, 737*, 798*
  • See also Locomotive
  • Marine, Accidents in Fishing Vessels, 42
  • Experimental, for Pulverised Fuel, 615*
  • Pulverlscd-Coal Firing Tests in, 573*, 638
  • Use of Coal and Oil in, 561. Sec Erratum, 619
  • Multiple Superheater, for High Pressures
  • and Temperatures, 626, 664*, 723
  • Owners, German Association of, Investiga¬
  • tions on High-Pressure Boilers, 545; Trials of 1,700-lb. Loftier Boiler, 632*
  • for Peak-Load Conditions, 214
  • Plante, Radiation in; 214
  • Simon-Carves, Aherpergwm Colliery, Pulverised-Fuel Fired, 705*
  • Stirling, West Ham Power Station Exten¬sions, 709
  • Super-Lancashire (I). Adamson A Co.), 378*
  • Tubes, High-Pressure, Stresses in, 544
  • Locomotive, Sand-Blast Scaler, 217*
  • Waste-Heat, in Iron and Steel Works, 214
  • Water Tube, Billingham Super-Pressure Plant, 119*. 183*, 217*
  • Tube, Huddersfield Refuse-Disposal Plant, 546*
  • Tube, Vertical Sectional (Fraser & Fraser, Ltd.), 739*
  • See also Engines and Boilers in Paragraph Index
  • Bollards, Wire-Rope Fender, Welland Ship Canal Locks, 767*
  • Bolts. Steam Pipe Flanges, Creep Stresses in, 598, 626, 661*
  • Booden. A., on Large Double-Slot Three-Phase Motors. 27
  • Books, New, Notes on, 94. 138, 263, 488, 666, 783, 811. See Literature Index
  • Received, 14, 44, 74, 108, 140, 172, 202, 234, 266, 296, 328, 362, 396, 430, 462, 492,
  • 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 744, 774, 804
  • Boom, Fender, Welland Ship Canal Locks, 768*
  • Floating, Safety, Anderten Locks, Mitteland Canal, 159*
  • Borchardt, P.. on Decomposition of Gas by Pressure, 311
  • Borescopes, Aldis, for Examination of Rotor Shafts, 128*
  • Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Boms, Dr. IL, the Late, 782
  • Botany, Size and Form in Plants, 318
  • Bouncing-Pin Indicator, Tests of Motor Fuels, 468, 512*
  • Bower, Prof. F. O.,on Size and Form in Plants, 318
  • Bowmaker, E. J. C., on Plasticity of Clays, 813
  • Boyes, R., on Gas Rate Fixing, 28
  • Bracing, Timber, Chippawa Creek Syphon, Welland Ship Canal, 320*
  • New York Subway Construction, 509*
  • Bradfleld, Dr. J. J. C. Appointment as Chief
  • Engineer, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 439.
  • See also 202, 559*, 645*, and LETTER, 244
  • Bradley, J., on Skidding of Road Vehicles, 777
  • Bragg, Prof. E. M., on Experiments on Bulbous Bows. 770
  • Bragg, Prof. W. L., on Structure of Solid State in Inorganic Compounds, 701
  • Brake Drums, Fender Gear, Welland Ship Canal Locks, 767*
  • Rail, Triest-Opicina Mountain Railway, 135
  • Brailier, P. S., on Power in the Manufacture of Electrochemical, 504
  • Brandt, A., on Air Filters for Internal-Combus¬tion Engines, 221*. Sec Letter 295*
  • Brass, Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • Tubes and Glands, Standard Specification, 180
  • Bratina, F., on Coal Production in Yugoslavia, 92
  • “Brazen,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 140
  • Brazil, Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Great Western Railway, 2-6-2 + 2-6-2 Type Articulated Locomotives, 520*
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breakwater Extension, Port Colborne, Welland Ship Canal, 637*
  • Valparaiso Harbour, Construction of, 332, 335
  • Bredow, Dr., on Induction Interference on Telephone Lines, 313
  • Breeze, Coke, for Industrial Purposes, 561
  • “ Bremen,” S.S., Machinery of, 477
  • Bricks, Fire. See Firebricks; Refractory Materials
  • Making Machine (Vimax Machinery Co., Ltd.) 337*
  • Paving, for Roads, 594, 615
  • Sand-Cement, Properties of, 337
  • Weathering of. Investigations, 670
  • Brickwork, Reinforced, lor Structures (Re¬view), 164
  • Bridge, Cantilever, Primitive, British Columbia, 790*
  • Cornwall, over St. Lawrence, 267
  • Kill van Kull. New York, Substructure, 227*
  • Modern Steel (Review). 351
  • Quebec, Causes of Failure, 400, 408, 445. See Letter, 518
  • Railway, Liverpool, Replacement of, 554
  • River Raritan, New Jersey, 196*
  • Road, Rubber Surfacing for, 405
  • Steel, Use of Electric Welding, 504
  • Sydney Harbour, Closing of Main Span, 202,
  • 559*. Sec Letter, 244; Erection of
  • Main-Span Hangers, 645* ; Appointment of Dr. J. J. C. Bradfleld as Chief Engineer, 439
  • Waterloo, Inadequacy of, 583, 589
  • Bridgework, Proportioning of, 399. See Letter, 518
  • Bright, G., on Compressed Air and Electricity in Coal Mines of America, 126
  • Briling, Prof. N., on Heat Transfer in Diesel Engines, 572
  • “ Brilliant,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 501
  • Brilli6, M. H., on Improvements in Machinery of Steam Ships, 478. See Letter, 660
  • Brimsdown Power Station, 33,000-36,000 volt Turbo-Generator, 189*, 259*
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Briquetting Factory, Yallourn, Victoria, 10,000-kw. Back-Pressure Steam Turbo- Generator, 699*, 761*
  • Bristol Jupiter Aero-Engine, 308*, 319
  • Meeting, British Association. See British Association Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
  • See Mechanical Engineers, Institution of University of, Prospectus of Engineering Faculty, 23
  • British Acetylene Association. See Acetylene Association
  • British Aluminium Co., Ltd., Lochaber Water- Power Scheme, 610*, 674*, 735*

British Association (Bristol Meeting) :

  • Preliminary Notes and Programmes, 15, 275
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 318 Presidential Address, by Prof. F. O. Bower,
  • on Size and Form in Plants, 318
  • Centenary Fund, 401
  • Evening Discourse, Wireless Echoes, by Prof. E. V. Appleton, 702
  • Section G (Engineering):
  • Presidential Address, by Sir E. W. Moir,
  • on the Interdependence of Science and Engineering, 335. Sec 331, 351
  • Reports of Discussions, 318, 351, 407
  • Influence of Turbulence upon the Highest
  • Useful Compression Ratio in Petrol Engines, by T. F. Hurley and R. Cook, 290*. See 319
  • Progress in Air-Cooled Aero-Engine De¬velopment, byC.F.Abell,308*. See319
  • Present Position of the High-Speed Heavy- Oil Engine, by Dr. S. J. Davies and E. Giffen, 530*. See 319, 365
  • Joint Discussion with Section I (Physio¬logy) on Air Pressure Variations encountered in Engineering Works, and their Physiological Effects, 351
  • Development of Rigid Airship Construc¬tion, bv Lieut.-Col. V. C. Richmond, 341*, 412. See 353, 465
  • Design and Construction of H.M. Airship “ R.100,” by B. N. Wallis, 363
  • High Steam Pressures and Temperatures in the Generation of Power, by G. A. Orrok, 339*. See 407
  • Fuel Consumption in Locomotive Practice, by Sir 11. Fowler, 380. See 407
  • Obscured Fundamentals in the Develop¬ment of Integrated Electricity Supply, by A. L. Stanton and T. Stevens, 407
  • Structural Steel Design and Regulations, by J. S. Wilson, 399, 407. See Letter, 518
  • Theory and Experiment in Structural Steel Design, by Prof. C. Batho, 445. See 399, 408. See Letter, 518
  • Report on Electrical Terms and Definitions, 409
  • Report on Earth Pressures, 409 Report on Stresses in Overstrained Materials, 409
  • Section A (Mathematical and Physical Sciences):
  • Reports of Discussions, 438, 700
  • Presidential Address, by Dr. F. E. Smith, on Theories of Terrestrial Magnetism, 438
  • Gyromagnetic Effect, by W. Sucksmith, 700
  • Nature of Cohesion, by Prof. J. E. Lennard- Jones, 700
  • Structure of the Solid State in Inorganic Compounds, by Prof. W. L. Bragg, 701
  • Electric and Magnetic Properties of Metals, by Dr. E. Bloch, 701
  • Tlie Proton, by Dr. P. A. M. Dirac, 701
  • Meteorological Relations of Atmospherics,
  • by R. A. Watson Watt, Prof. E. V. Appleton, R. Bureau and M. A. Giblett, 701
  • Identification of Phases of Earthquake Shocks, by R. Stoneley, 701
  • Report on Seismological Investigations, 701
  • Flow in Gases, by E. Ower and F. C. Johansen, 701
  • Section B (Chemistry):
  • State Experiment in Chemical Research, by Prof. G. T. Morgan, 702
  • British Cast-Iron Research Association, Annual Report, 563
  • Columbia, Elk River Hydro-Electric Scheme, 461
  • Primitive Cantilever Bridge, 790*
  • Proposed Steelworks in, 267
  • Water-Power Developments in, 304
  • British Dardelet Threadlock (D.D.G.) Corpora¬tion, Ltd., Self-Locking Screw Thread, 282*
  • British Dominion Power Corporation (Canada),
  • Ltd., White Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Project, 235
  • Electrical and Allied Industries Research
  • Association, Heat Transfer in Cable Ducts, 240; Power Losses in Dielectrics, 242; Report on Coefficients of Heat Transfer from Tube Wall to Water, 691*, 788*, 821*. See 683, 687*, 708. See Letters, 754,783. See Erratum, 713
  • and Allied Manufacturers* Association,
  • Trade Survey, 175; Annual Dinner, 684
  • Engine, Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co.,
  • Report, 525 ; Investigation of Structure of Electric Welds, 538*
  • Engineering Standards Association. See Engineering Standards
  • Engineers’ Association, Address on Canada
  • and Japan, by W. Reaveil, 366; Annual Report, 530; Handbook, 689
  • British (Guest, Keen, Baldwins) Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Cardiff Exhibition, 658
  • Guiana, Georgetown Sewage Pumping Plant, 754
  • High-Speed Oil Engines, 534*
  • British Industries Fair, Future of, 748
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Joint for Steel-Cored Aluminium Cables, 760
  • Isles, Heavy Rainfalls in Short Periods, 814
  • British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., Oil Circuit-Breakers for Mines, 124; Underground Chain Coal Conveyor, 728*
  • Navy. See //V. under Warships
  • Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, Headquarters, 328; Research on Atmos¬pheric Corrosion of Wires, 507. See 380; Report on Soft Solders and Soldered Joints, 794*
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 373*, 417, 447*
  • British Power Boat, Co., Scott-Paine Racing Motor Boat, 200*. See Addendum, 439
  • Railways. See Railways
  • Road Tar Association, Kingston By-Pass Road Experiments, 505*
  • British Sangamo Co., Ltd., Alternating-Current Meter, 815* ; Enfield Factory, 815*
  • Science Guild, Norman Lockyer Lecture on
  • Industry and Research, by Sir W. Pope. 684
  • Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Shipping. See Shipping
  • Trade. See Trade
  • Waterworks Association. See Waterworks Association
  • Brittle Fracture of Metals, 685*, 717*, 752
  • Broadcasting. See Telephony. Wireless
  • Bronne, L., et Cie., S. A., Plate-Straightening Machine, 515* ; Plate Guillotine, 515*
  • Brooke, J. W., <fe Co., Ltd., 32-b.h.p. Six- Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 502*
  • Brooks, H. W., on Coal Firing of Boiler Fur¬naces in United States, 214
  • Brotherhood, P., Ltd., Two-Cylinder Sleeve- Valve Oil Engine, 40*
  • Brown, Boveri & Co., Dehumidification Plant for Mine Air, 162* ; Electrically Heated Reserve Turbo-Generator, 245*, 279*
  • Brown, E., on Heating of Reserve Turbo- Generators, 245*, 279*
  • Brown-Firth Research Laboratories, Investiga¬tions of Steels at Elevated Temperatures, 404, 600*
  • Brown, Prof. G. G., on Motor Performance and Fuel Volatility, 105
  • Brown <fe Sharpe Manufacturing Co., Fillet and Radius Gauges, 244
  • Bryant System of Ship Construction, 490*
  • Biichi, A., on Internal-Combustion Engine Development, 572
  • Buckley, A. B., on Flood Control of River Thames. 113, 656*
  • Buda Co., England, 64-126 b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Marine Petrol Engine, 552*
  • Buenos Aires, Lacroze Underground Railway, 651
  • Buhler Frdres, Rotary-Flat Printing Machines, 130
  • Building Construction (Review), 351
  • Heating and Ventilation of (Review), 33
  • High, in America, Construction of, 113
  • Legislation in London, Need for Revision, 177. See 716
  • Revision and the Ministry of Health, 716
  • Materials, Investigations of Weathering, 670
  • Section, Ceramic Society. See Ceramic Society
  • Modern Steel (Review), 351
  • Office, Economic Height of (Review), 195
  • Penetration of Daylight and Sunlight into, Report, 814
  • Research Board, Report on Corrosion of Steel by Breeze and Clinker Concrete, 41; Report on Estimat ion of Free Calcium Hydroxide in Cement, 314; Report, 670, 716; Report on Bonding New Concrete to Old, 744
  • Station, Investigation on Hot Cement, 411 ; Investigations on Concrete, 728
  • School, Modern (Review), 422
  • Steel, Design of (Review), 133
  • Stresses in, 399, 408, 445. See Letter, 518
  • Use of Electric Welding, 504
  • Temperature Effects in, Investigations. 671
  • Trades Exhibition, Olympia, 393*, 426
  • Bulgaria, Economic Conditions in, Report, 664
  • “ Bulldog,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 745
  • Bureau, R., on Meteorological Relations of Atmospherics, 701
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States of Standards. See United States
  • Burn, W. S., on Design of Double-Acting Two- Stroke Oil Engines, 478
  • Burners, Oil Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Pulverised-Fuel, Lodi-Windmill Type, 616* 7- Fuel, Tests, 573*, 638*
  • Burrows, R. A., on Purchase and Sale of Coke to Specification, 92. See Erratum, 141 Busk Studentship, Cambridge, Application Form, 74

C.

  • CABLES. Chain, Brittle Fracture of, 686*
  • Drag-Scraper, for Fen Drainage (J. M. Henderson & Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • Wire-Rope, Triesb-Opicina Mountain Rail¬way, 135*
  • See also Wire Ropes and Electric Cableway. See IFire Ropeway
  • Cadmium Production iu Canada, 247
  • Zinc Alloys, Constitution of, 389
  • Cahokia Power Station, Operating Data, 25
  • Cairo Main Drainage Extensions, 782
  • Caisson Disease, Prevention of, 331, 336, 352
  • Calciners for Nickel Manufacture, 349
  • California Bridge and Tunnel Co., Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube, 383*, 449*
  • Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube, 383*. 449*
  • Callendar, G. S., on Steam at High Pressure and Temperature, 125
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Giant Pres¬sure Gauge, 568*
  • Cammell Laird A. Co.. Ltd., Trials of H.M. Cruiser “ Dorsetshire.” 172
  • Campbell, D. F., on High-Frequency Steel Furnaces, 409*. See 417
  • Canada, British Columbia, Proposed Steel¬works in, 207
  • Columbia, Water-Power Developments in, 304
  • Civil Aviation in, Report, 742
  • Cornwall Bridge over St. Lawrence. 267
  • Detroit-Windsor Tunnel 605*, 667*, 702*,
  • Dock, Liverpool, 122*
  • Economic Conditions in, 366
  • Engineering Markets of, 87, 302, 453, 609*.733. 809
  • Fuel Research in, 125
  • Hudson Bay, Churchill Harbour Works, 720
  • Lignite Deposits in, 267
  • Ontario, Domest ic Use of Electricity, 59
  • Hydro-Electric Commission Report, 207
  • Power Supply in. 250
  • Quebec, Water-Power Developments, 306
  • Saskatchewan, Island Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, 244
  • St. Lawrence River, Diesel-Engined Dredger. for, 201
  • Storage Reservoirs in, 571
  • Water-Power Development in. 157, 207, 304, 306. 813*
  • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction. 63*,
  • 131*, 285*, 320*. 481*, 576*, 637*. 766*
  • White Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Project, 235
  • Windsor-Detroit Tunnel, 605*, 667*, 702*
  • Canadian Anhydrite, Commercial Uses of, 244
  • Bureau of Statistics, Report, Production of Cadmium, 247
  • Navy, Torpedo Boat Destroyers ” Sague¬nay ” and ” Skeena,” 74
  • Rockies, Electrical Power Development in, 461
  • Canal, Forth & Clyde, Proposed Construc¬tion, Report, 300
  • Grand Union, New Docks, 596
  • Irrigation in the Punjab (Review), 545
  • Mittelland, and Anderten Locks, Germany. 35*, 101*, 159*
  • Welland Ship, Canada, Reconstruction, 63*, 131*, 285*, 320*, 481*, 576*, 637*, 766*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Canterbury and Whitstable Railway, History of (Review), 194
  • Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge
  • Capital and Labour. See Labour
  • Capstan Lathe. Sec I.idhe under Machine Tools
  • Carbon Monoxide and High-Speed Oil Engines, 319, 532
  • Carburetted Water Gas. See Gas Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 658 Cardington, Airship Mooring Towers, 114
  • Cargo Steamers. See Steamers Ships’, Inflammability of, 458
  • Carli, C., on Electric Traction in Italy, 215
  • Carolina, Santee River Pumped Storage Power Scheme, 249
  • Carriage, Railway, Oil-Engine-Driven, Hun¬garian State Railways, 416
  • Shops, London, Midland <ft Scottish Railway,
  • Organisation of, 269 ( ais, Motor. See Motor Cars Cart, Tipping, for Concrete (Marshall, Sons A Co., Ltd.), 427
  • Caruthers, S. I)., on Stresses in a Masonry Dam, 728
  • Cast Irons, Effect of Aluminium, Nickel and Chromium, 56*
  • Effect of Under-Stressing, 281
  • High-Quality, in Engineering Practice, 56*
  • Physical Properties of, 281
  • Research Association, British, Annual Report, 563
  • Tests Bars, Comparison of, 281
  • Castings in Aircraft Construction, 282
  • Vessel, Pressure, for Aluminium Alloys, 345*
  • Steel, Standard Specification, 355
  • X-Ray Examination of, 779. 785
  • Catalogues, 59, 94, 123, 158,219,252, 314, 345, 382, 414, 448, 478, 508, 540, 567, 603, 634, 698, 730, 760, 805. See Paragraph Index
  • Caterpillar Tractor Co., 30-h.p. Agricultural Tractor, 369
  • Tractor. See Tractor
  • Cauvery-Mettur Irrigation Scheme, India, Progress of, 148
  • Ceag, Ltd., Miners’ Safety Lamp, 658
  • Ceiling Fans, Tests at National Physical Laboratory, 147 Cells. See Electric
  • Celluloid Model Tests, Raritan River Bridge, New Jersey, 198*
  • Cement and Aggregate in Concrete, 764*
  • and Concrete, American Standard Specifi¬cation, 105
  • Effect of Temperature on, 727
  • Estimation of Free Lime in, 314
  • Hot, Investigation of Properties, 411
  • Kilns, Dust from, 305
  • and Lime, Some Writers on (Review), 133
  • Mortars and Concretes, Volume Changes in, 105
  • and Plasters, Anhydrite, Report, 244
  • Portland and Early-Strength, Properties of, 105
  • for Refractories, Propert ies of, 569
  • Road Construction, 593
  • Sec also Concrete and Paragraph Index Centenary Celebrations, Liverpool & Manchester Railway, 367, 403, 430, 436
  • Central Station. Sec Power Station Centrifugal Pumps. Sec Pumps
  • Sifting Machine, Blutergess, 802*
  • Ceramic Society, Stoke-on-Trent Meeting,
  • Contributions to Wedgwood Bicentenary
  • Commemoration Volume:—Plasticity of
  • Clay: Mechanical Methods of Measure¬ment, by S. R. Hind, 10 ; Mechanical Pro¬perties of a Plastic Clay, by S. R. Hind and E. P. Degg, 10; Changes in Thermal Expansion during Burning of a Silica Brick, by Dr. J. A. Sugden and Prof. J. W. Cobb, 10; Moulding Refractories for Manufacturing Large Blocks, by Dr. H. Ackcrmann and I)r. 11. Knuth, 10; Differences between Interior and Exterior of Fireclay Products, by A. T. Green, 10; Experiments with Indian Sillimanite, by J. H. Chesters and W. J. Rees, 10; In¬vestigation of the Magnesia-Zircon Series, by W. J. Rees and J. H. Chesters, 10.— Refractory Materials Section, (London Meet ing),Tensile Tests of Bonding Materials by J. H. Chesters, and W. J. Rees, 509; Grog, by C. R. F. Threlfall, 569 ; Influence of Atmosphere on Load-Bearing Capacity of Firebricks, by H. T. S. Swallow, 570; Structure, and Properties of Diatoms in Heat Insulating Materials, by W. Hughill, 570; Works Tests on Refractories and Service Conditions, by R. .1. Sarjant, 570; Effect of Repeated Burning of Lime- Bonded Silica Bricks, by W. Hughill and W. .1. Rees, 570.—Building Materials Section. (London Meeting), British Bricks for British Roads, by A. W. Cross, 015; Manufacture of Bricks for Road Paving in United States and Holland, by G. A. Hodson, 015.—Joint Meeting with Society of Glass Technology. See Glass Tech¬nology, Society of
  • Certificates, National, in Automobile Engineer¬ing, 435
  • Cesari, E., on Large Steam Power Stations in Italy, 313
  • Chain Cables, Brittle Fracture of, 686*
  • Coal Conveyor, Underground, Blackett, 728*
  • Link, Iron, Old, from Portsmouth Harbour, 44*. See Letter, 118*
  • Making Machines (Poirin Frdres et Cie), 130
  • Saw, Triple-Cutting, 634*
  • Track Tractor. See Tractor
  • Wrought-Iron, Old, From Portsmouth Harbour, 44*. See Letter, 118*
  • Iron, Failure of, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 67
  • Change Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Channels, Movement of Detritus in, 157
  • Chappuis, Dr. I., on Gas Supply in High-Pres¬sure Cylinders, 28
  • Chart, Mean Temperature-Difference, Loga¬rithmic, 213*. See Letter, 295. See Erratum, 328
  • Chatel, M., on High-Pressure Steam Locomo¬tives, 214
  • Chelsea Polytechnic, Courses in Metallurgy, 296
  • Chemical Action, Influence on Fatigue in Metals, 753*
  • Analysis. See Analysis
  • Engineers, Institution of, Associate Mem¬bership Examination, 618
  • Research, State Experiment in, 702
  • Works Plant (Review), 719
  • Chemistry, Analysis of Basic Slags, 404
  • of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Chertsey Arterial Road, Experimental Section, 210*
  • Cheshire Lines, Bridge Replacement, Liverpool, 554
  • Chesters, J. H., on Indian Sillimanite, 10 ; on
  • Magnesia-Zircon Refractories, 10; on
  • Tensile Tests of Bonding of Refractory Materials, 569
  • Chezy’s Formula, Coefficient in, 125
  • Chicago & North-Western Railway, 4-8-4 Type Locomotive, 443*
  • Chile, Economic Conditions in, Report, 48
  • Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Valparaiso Harbour Breakwater, Construc¬tion of, 332, 335
  • Chimneys, Dust from. Reduction by Coal Cleaning, 312
  • China, Engineering Markets of, 811
  • Hong-Kong, Government of, 4-6-0 Type Locomotive, 697*
  • Port of Shanghai, Report, 809
  • Chippawa Creek Syphon, Welland Ship Canal, 285*, 320*
  • Churchill, Manitoba, Harbour Works, 720
  • Chlorine, Use for Gas Removal from Alumi¬nium Alloys, 334, 340*
  • Chorlton, A. E. L., on Transmission Gears for Locomotives, 416; on Oil-Engine Re¬search, 571
  • Christie, Prof. A. G., on Application of Steam
  • Turbines to Power Generation, 188
  • Christie, Prof. C. V., on Power Supply in Canada, 250
  • Chromium Carbide in Staiidcss Steels, 759.
  • Copper and Nickel, Electroplating with (Review), 737
  • Effect on Cast-Iron, 58
  • Electro-Deposition of, Technique of, 730. See 737
  • and Nickel-Chromium Steels, Properties of, 280
  • Steels and Irons, Structure of, 759
  • Cippitelli, C., on High-Tension Ironclad Switchgear, 505
  • Circular Saws. See Saws, under Machine Tools Circulating Pumps. See Dumps *Citroen-Kegresse, Ltd., 13-5-h.p. Agricultural Tractor, 402*
  • City of London College, Lectures on Iron and Steel, 328
  • Civil Aerial Transport. See Aeronautics

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Report of Committee on Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 526
  • Presidential Address, by Sir G. W. Hum phreys. on Public Services of London, 582. See 589
  • Cairo Main Drainage Extensions, by A. O. W. D. Pinson, 782
  • Opening-out of Cofton Tunnel, by R. T. McCallum, 801
  • Civil Servants, Professional, Institution of,
  • Annual Dinner, 717
  • Civilisation and Engineering, 111
  • “ Clairton,” S.S., Thrust Measurements on, 770
  • Clark, K. G. T., on Rainfall of India, 740
  • Clarke, Ch. W. E., on Power in Steel Industry, 248
  • Clarke, Chapman & Co., Ltd., Coal-Pulverising Plant, Horden, 392
  • Clausing, A., on induction Interference on Telephone Lines, 313
  • Clays, Colloidal Nature and Water Content of, 5*, 61*. See Letter, 275
  • Fire. See Firebricks ; Refractory Materials and Grog, Mechanical Properties of, 10
  • Measurement of Plasticity, 10, 813
  • Clayton «fe Shuttleworth, Ltd., Combined Reaper and Thresher, 82*
  • Cleaning, Coal, Effect on Dust and Sulphur Emission. 312
  • Dry, of Coal, Progress in, 760
  • Plant, Bituminous Coal, Pittsburg Coal Co., 102*
  • Coal, Pneumatic, Horden Colliery, 390*
  • Flue-Gas, for Power Stations, 709*
  • Cleansing, Public, in London, Report, 77
  • Cleavage Tests of Timber. Stress Determination by Photo-Elastic Methods, 436
  • Cleveland Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Dia¬grams and the Northern Counties. Notes from, 14, 45, 75, 109, 141, 172, 202, 234, 266, 296, 329, 362, 396, 431, 462, 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 680, 712, 744, 775, 805. See Paragraph Index
  • Climate. Sec Meteorological
  • Clinker Crashing and Screening Plant, Hudders¬field Refuse-Disposal Plant, 546*
  • Clough, F. II., on Remote Metering, 505
  • Clutch, Hydraulic, Daimler Motor Car, 528
  • Clutches. Sec also Motor-Car Details
  • Clydach Refinery. South Wales, Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., 349*, 422*, 454*
  • Clydebridge Steel Works, Explosion of Cast- Iron Stop Valve, 42
  • Coaches, Railway. Sec Carriages
  • Coal Ash Fusion Tests. Report, 314
  • Slags, Action on Boiler-Furnace Refrac¬tories, 794
  • Bituminous, Cleaning Plant. Pittsburg Coal Co., Pennsylvania, 102*
  • Cargo and Bunker, Fires in, Report, 236
  • Cleaning, Effect on Dust and Sulphur Emission, 312
  • Plant, Pneumatic, Horden Colliery, 390*
  • and Coke Ash, Melting Point of, 92
  • Coking and Furnace, Scotch, Report on, 144
  • Conveyor, Chain, Underground, Blackett, 728*
  • Cutter, Chain, 658
  • Dry Cleaning of, Progress in, 760
  • Dust, Researches on Ignition, 801
  • Firing in United States, 214
  • for Gas Manufacture, Inlluence of Size, 613
  • Gas. See Gas
  • Hydro-Pneumatic Classification of, 91
  • Japanese, Low-Temperature Carbonisation of, 92
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation in Great Britain, 92
  • Mines, Heigan, Manchuria, 244 See also Colliery.
  • Mining in Holland (Review), 673 in United States by Stripping, 91
  • and Oil Fuel, Relative Merits for Ships, 561 See Erratum, 619
  • Production in Yugoslavia, 92
  • Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal Purchase and Sale to Specification, 92. See Erratum, 141
  • Resources of Germany, 92
  • of Italy, 92
  • of Siberia, 92
  • Seams, Correlation of, Significance of Spores, 740
  • Woolley, Pulverised Firing Tests, 638* See also Paragraph Index.
  • Cobb, Prof. J. W., on Expansion during Burn¬ing of Silica Brick, 10
  • Cock, Superheater, Sleeve-Packed (R. Klinger, Ltd.), 414*. See Addendum, 722
  • Cockerill, J., S. A., Exhibits at Lidge Exhibi¬tion, 515
  • Cofferdams, Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, 227*
  • Welland Ship Canal, 132*, 285*, 320*
  • Coffin Valve Co., Dow Disc-Arm Pivot Valve, 344*
  • Cofton Tunnel, Opening Out of, 801
  • Cohesion, Nature of, 700
  • Coke Ash, Melting Point of, 92
  • Breeze for Industrial Purposes, 561
  • Dry Cooling of 543*
  • Effect of Price on Gas Production, 311
  • Formation of, Agglutinisation and Activa¬tion during, 92
  • Manufacture from Scotch Coals, Report, 144
  • Oven Gas in Synthetic-Ammonia Industry,
  • Purchase and Sale to Specification, 92. See Erratum, 141
  • Reactivity of, Influence of Iron Compounds Report, 251
  • Wagon (Compagnic Fran^aise de Materiel de Chemins de Fer), 230*
  • Coking, Low-Temperature of Coal. See Coal Cold Rolling of Strip Steel, 759
  • Saw. Sec Machine Tools
  • Storage. See also Refrigeration College. See Education
  • Collier, I. L., on Compressive Strength of Con¬crete, 105
  • Colliery, Aberpergwm, Pulverised-Fuel Plant for Anthracite Duff, 708*
  • Appliances, Cardiff Exhibition, 658
  • Compressed Air and Electricity in, 105, 126
  • Lighting. See Safety Lamps
  • Oil Circuit-Breakers for (British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd.), 124*
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Annual Report, 801
  • Steel Pit Props for, 18
  • Tests of Methane, Detector for, 328
  • Tram Tippler Ltd, 658
  • See also Mines and Coal
  • Collin Dry Coke-Cooling Plant, 544
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloidal Nature of Clays, 5*, 61*. See Letter 276
  • Colloids in Sewage Purification, 729
  • Colombia, Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Colonies, British, Engineering Imports, 610
  • Columbia Power Station, Operating Data, 25
  • Columns, Ferro-Concrete, Stress Distribution in, 118
  • Colville, D., & Sons, Ltd., Explosion of Cast- Iron Stop Valve, 42
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials) Combustion Chamber, Vortex, for Pulverised Fuel, 475
  • in Locomotive Fireboxes, 380
  • Commentz, Dr., on Fire Protection in Oil Tankers, 458
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in Paragraph Index
  • Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics.
  • Motor Cars. See Motor Committee. Advisory, River Pollution, Report
  • on Trade Effluents and Sewers, 47
  • Engineering Standards. See Engineering and Standardisation
  • Commonwealth and Dominion Line, Ltd., S.S. “ Port Hardy,” Exhaust-Steam Turbine, 486*
  • Compagnie Francaise de Materiel de Chemins de Fer, Coke Wagon, 230* ; Self-Dicharging Mineral Wagon, 230*
  • Gandrale Transatlantique, Improvements in Steam Machinery, 478. See Letter, 660
  • Companies. See Paragraph Index Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Compressed Air and Electricity in Collieries, 105, 126
  • Physiological Effects, 351
  • See also Pneumatic
  • Compression Ratio, Highest Useful, Influence of Engine Conditions, 469, 512
  • Highest Useful, in Petrol Engines, 31*, 99
  • Highest Useful, in Petrol Engines, Effect of Turbulence, 290*, 319
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor Concrete, Aggregates for, 764*
  • Approach Walls, Welland Ship Canal, 481*
  • Architecture of, 727
  • Beams, Flexural Tests of, 105
  • Bonding New to Old, Report on, 744
  • and Cement, American Standard Specifi¬cation, 105
  • Cements and Mortars, Volume Changes in, 105
  • Clinker and Breeze, Corrosion of Steel in, Report, 41
  • Compressive Strength of, 105
  • Haydite, Tests of, 105
  • and Hollow-Brick Beams, Composite, Tests, 464
  • Mixing and Application in Engineering Works, 728
  • Mixing Machine, 5 j-cu. ft. (Aveling & Porter, Ltd.), 426*
  • Machine, 5-cub. ft. (Millar’s Machinery Co., Ltd.), 427*
  • and Reinforced Concrete Congress, Ltege,
  • Architecture of Concrete, by Prof. B. Pite, 727 ; Reinforced Concrete in Great Britain, by A. K. Dodds, 727 ; Pieces in Concrete Piles, by M. J. McCarthy, 727 ; Temperature and Cement, by Dr. O. Faber, 727 ; Work of Building Research Station on Small Movements in Concrete, by Dr. W. H. Glanville, 728 ; Composition, Mixing and Application of Concrete Engi¬neering Works, by C. J. Jackaman, 728 ; Composition, Mixing and Methods of Application of Concrete and Reinforced Concrete as used in Yards, by T. R. Grigson, 728; Reinforced Concrete in Engineering, by M. E. Gerard, 728 ; Stress Distribution over Base of Masonry Dam, by S. D. Caruthers, 728; Effect of Temperature on Flat Arches Con¬structed of Reinforced Concrete, by C. S. Gray, 728; Plain and Reinforced Con¬crete Retaining Walls, by E. S. Andrews, 728
  • Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete Retaining Walls, 728
  • Road Construction, 593
  • Joints, Experiments on, 210*
  • Small Movements in, 728
  • Technique, Progress in, 646, 715
  • Tip Cart for (Marshall, Sons & Co.),. 427
  • See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH Index
  • Concreting Plant, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 667*
  • Condensers, Surface, Coefficients of Heat Trans¬fer in, 683,687*, 691*, 708,788*, 821*. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Conductivity, Thermal, of Bismuth, 240
  • See also Electric Conference, Imperial, and Empire Trade, 176
  • World Power. See World Power Conference on River Pollution, 654
  • Congress for Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, LUge. See Concrete and Reinforced Con¬crete Congress and Exhibition, Public Health, 729
  • International, of Acetylene and Autogenous Welding, Zflrich, 78
  • Applied Mechanics, Stockholm, Strength of Pipe Bends, by Prof. W. Hovgaard, 655
  • Road, International, Washington. 593, 629
  • Consett Iron Co., Ltd., Open-Hearth Furnaces, 876*
  • Constructions M&aniques de Longdoz, Pro¬filing Wheel Lathe, 356*; Boring and Facing Machine, 357*
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Report, 29 ; Annual Dinner, 717
  • Containers, Welded, Tests of, Report, 435
  • Continental Iron and Steel Industries, Indus¬trial Conditions in, Report, 17. See
  • Contractors’ Risks in Engineering Undertakings, 331 337
  • Control Gear for Autoclave Presses, 96
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Traffic, Automatic (Highfleld Electrical Co., Ltd.), 106*
  • Convection Heat Transfer, Calculation of, 177*, 193*. See Letters, 274, 405, 783
  • Conversion Tables, Standard, 180
  • Conveyor Belts, Magnetic Separator for, Spencer-Clarke, 648*
  • Columns, Ferro-Concrete, Stress Distribution in, 118
  • Colville, D., & Sons, Ltd., Explosion of Cast- Iron Stop Valve, 42
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials) Combustion Chamber, Vortex, for Pulverised Fuel, 475
  • in Locomotive Fireboxes, 380
  • Commentz, Dr., on Fire Protection in Oil Tankers, 458
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in Paragraph Index
  • Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics.
  • Motor Cars. See Motor Committee. Advisory, River Pollution, Report
  • on Trade Effluents and Sewers, 47
  • Engineering Standards. See Engineering and Standardisation
  • Commonwealth and Dominion Line, Ltd., S.S. “ Port Hardy,” Exhaust-Steam Turbine, 486*
  • Compagnie Francaise de Materiel de Chemins de Fer, Coke Wagon, 230* ; Self-Dicharging Mineral Wagon, 230*
  • Gandrale Transatlantique, Improvements in Steam Machinery, 478. See Letter, 660
  • Companies. See Paragraph Index Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Compressed Air and Electricity in Collieries, 105, 126
  • Physiological Effects, 351
  • See also Pneumatic
  • Compression Ratio, Highest Useful, Influence of Engine Conditions, 469, 512
  • Highest Useful, in Petrol Engines, 31*, 99
  • Highest Useful, in Petrol Engines, Effect of Turbulence, 290*, 319
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor Concrete, Aggregates for, 764*
  • Approach Walls, Welland Ship Canal, 481*
  • Architecture of, 727
  • Beams, Flexural Tests of, 105
  • Bonding New to Old, Report on, 744
  • and Cement, American Standard Specifi¬cation, 105
  • Cements and Mortars, Volume Changes in, 105
  • Clinker and Breeze, Corrosion of Steel in, Report, 41
  • Compressive Strength of, 105
  • Haydite, Tests of, 105
  • and Hollow-Brick Beams, Composite, Tests, 464
  • Mixing and Application in Engineering Works, 728
  • Mixing Machine, 5 j-cu. ft. (Aveling & Porter, Ltd.), 426*
  • Machine, 5-cub. ft. (Millar’s Machinery Co., Ltd.), 427*
  • and Reinforced Concrete Congress, Ltege,
  • Architecture of Concrete, by Prof. B. Pite, 727 ; Reinforced Concrete in Great Britain, by A. K. Dodds, 727 ; Pieces in Concrete Piles, by M. J. McCarthy, 727 ; Temperature and Cement, by Dr. O. Faber, 727 ; Work of Building Research Station on Small Movements in Concrete, by Dr. W. H. Glanville, 728 ; Composition, Mixing and Application of Concrete Engi¬neering Works, by C. J. Jackaman, 728 ; Composition, Mixing and Methods of Application of Concrete and Reinforced Concrete as used in Yards, by T. R. Grigson, 728; Reinforced Concrete in Engineering, by M. E. Gerard, 728 ; Stress Distribution over Base of Masonry Dam, by S. D. Caruthers, 728; Effect of Temperature on Flat Arches Con¬structed of Reinforced Concrete, by C. S. Gray, 728; Plain and Reinforced Con¬crete Retaining Walls, by E. S. Andrews, 728
  • Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete Retaining Walls, 728
  • Road Construction, 593
  • Joints, Experiments on, 210*
  • Small Movements in, 728
  • Technique, Progress in, 646, 715
  • Tip Cart for (Marshall, Sons & Co.),. 427
  • See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH Index
  • Concreting Plant, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 667*
  • Condensers, Surface, Coefficients of Heat Trans¬fer in, 683,687*, 691*, 708,788*, 821*. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Conductivity, Thermal, of Bismuth, 240
  • See also Electric Conference, Imperial, and Empire Trade, 176
  • World Power. See World Power Conference on River Pollution, 654
  • Congress for Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, LUge. See Concrete and Reinforced Con¬crete Congress and Exhibition, Public Health, 729
  • International, of Acetylene and Autogenous Welding, Zflrich, 78
  • Applied Mechanics, Stockholm, Strength of Pipe Bends, by Prof. W. Hovgaard, 655
  • Road, International, Washington. 593, 629
  • Consett Iron Co., Ltd., Open-Hearth Furnaces, 876*
  • Société Anonyme de constructions mécaniques de Longdoz, Pro¬filing Wheel Lathe, 356*; Boring and Facing Machine, 357*
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Report, 29 ; Annual Dinner, 717
  • Containers, Welded, Tests of, Report, 435
  • Continental Iron and Steel Industries, Indus¬trial Conditions in, Report, 17. See
  • Contractors’ Risks in Engineering Undertakings, 331 337
  • Control Gear for Autoclave Presses, 96
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Traffic, Automatic (Highfleld Electrical Co., Ltd.), 106*
  • Convection Heat Transfer, Calculation of, 177*, 193*. See Letters, 274, 405, 783
  • Conversion Tables, Standard, 180
  • Conveyor Belts, Magnetic Separator for, Spencer-Clarke, 648*
  • Conveyor Chain, Coal, Underground, Blackett, 728*
  • Cook, H., on Public ('leansing Work, 730
  • Cook, H. 1)., on Australian Automatic Hydro-Electric Plants, 505
  • Cook, R., Turbulence in Petrol Engines, 200*. See 319
  • Cook, S. S., on High-Pressure Steam for Ships, 477
  • Cooling Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy Dry, of Coke, 543*
  • Oil by Air, 708. See Letter, 783 of Town Gas, 311
  • Cooper, B. S., on Structure of Glasses, 813
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass; Gun-Metal; and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Atmospheric Corrosion of, 507. See 386
  • Chromium and Nickel, Electroplating with (Review), 737
  • Corrosion Products, Mineralogical Relation¬ships, 387, 631
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • See also Metallurgy Corpuscles and Waves (Review), 575
  • Corrosion in Aircraft, Prevention, 282
  • Atmospheric, of Non-Ferrous Wires, 507. See 386
  • Effect on Fatigue Strength of Metals, 753*
  • of Gas Pipes, 689
  • of Lead-Tin-Antimony Solders, 797
  • of Metals and Alloys, Sea Water, 526
  • in Oil Tankers, 112
  • Products of Copper, Mineralogical Relation¬ships, 387, 631
  • of Steel in Breeze and Clinker Concrete, Report, 41
  • in Ferro-Concrete Floor, 30*
  • Tests of Metallic Coatings, 282 Corrugated Iron Sheeting, Protection of, 526 Corstorphine, Poultry Farm, Electric Boilers and Ruths Accumulator, 460*
  • Cosmopolitan Shipping Co., S.S. “ Lorain ” Pulverised-Fuel Plant, 591
  • Cotton, F. T., on Hydrogen-Air Explosions, 252*
  • Counterfort Walls, Ferro-Concrete, Welland Ship Canal, 482*
  • County of London Electric Supply Co., Barking Power Station, 475; Travelling Electric Show Room, 775
  • Coupling, Hydraulic, Fottinger, Baucr-Wach Machinery, S.S. " St. Clair,” 418*, 485*
  • Fottinger, M.S. " Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Safety, for Electric Windlasses (Atlas-Werke A.-G.), 447* See also Clutch
  • Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd., 6-8 h.p. Vis- A-Vis Type Marine Petrol Engine, 592*
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insu¬lation
  • Cowan, Dr. P. C. the Late, 199
  • Cowdrey, Prof. I. H., on Hardness Testing by Mutual Indentation, 282
  • Cox, A. G., the Late, 627
  • Cracking of Hydrocarbons, 91
  • Crane, 70-ton Breakdown, New South Wales Railways, 88*
  • British Standard Specifications, 698
  • and Hoisting Plant (Review), 225
  • at Liverpool Docks, 123
  • Crank Axle, Locomotive, Failure from Fatigue, 686*
  • Crankshaft, Gas-Engine, Stresses in, 525
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 70-ton Breakdown Cranes, 88*
  • Creep in Concrete and Ferro-Concrete, 728
  • Stresses in High-Pressure Steam Plant, 597*, 626, 661*. 723
  • Steel at Elevated Temperatures, 404, 600*
  • of Tubes and Cylinders, 83
  • Creosote in Manufacture of Carburetted Water Gas, 689
  • Cribs, Ferro-Concrete, Welland Ship Canal, 576*, 637*
  • Cripps, Hon. L. H., On Economics of Cargo Liners, 89. See 79
  • Critical Points, Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Crocodile Wagon, 120-ton, for Transformers, Great Western Railway, 42*, 412*
  • Cross, A. W., on British Bricks for Roads, 615
  • Cross, E. A., on Corrosion of Steel in Ferro-Concrete, 30*
  • Croxley Green Paper Mills, Esparto-Grass Plant, 487*
  • Crude Oil Engines. Sec Engines, Oil
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crush, S. T., the Late, 141
  • Crystals, Single, Fatigue in, Research at National Physical Laboratory, 117*
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Metal¬lography ; Micro-Photographs
  • Cultivator with Compensated Tines and Self- Lifting Gear (W. A. Wood Co., Ltd.), 107*
  • Motor, Duotrac and Monotrac (G. Monro, Ltd.), 403*, 784*
  • Cunard Company, First Iron Steamships, 642
  • Cunningham, J., on Graphical Methods of Fuel Control, 659
  • Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Curtiss, G. H., the Late, 136
  • Cuthbertson, J. W., on Electro-Deposition of Chromium, 730
  • Cutlers’ Feast, Sheffield, Speeches at, 621
  • Cutters, Milling. See Milling under Machine Tools
  • Cutting Machine, Oxy-Acetylene (Soud urc AutogAne Fran^aise), 129
  • Tools, Modern Metal, 400
  • and Welding Plant, Oxy-Acetylene, Por¬table (C. S. Milne & Co., Ltd.), 156*
  • Cyclo and Motor-Cycle Exhibition, Olympia, 623
  • Motor. See Motor-Cycle
  • Cyclone Air Filter, Efficiency of, 221*. See Letter, 295*
  • Cylinders, Heat Transfer in, Flow of Gases past, 177*, 193*. See Letters, 274, 405, 783
  • High-Pressure, Gas Supply in, 28
  • Thick-Walled, under High Pressure and Temperature, 83
  • Cylindrical Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Czechoslovakia, Conditions in Iron and Steel Industry, 17
  • Engineering Markets of, 87, ICO Gas Engines in, 572
  • Prague Ironworks Co., Thin-Walled Blast Furnaces, 371, 817*
  • Pumped-Storage Plants in, 571
  • Skoda Works, Harmet Process, 371, 565*
  • Switchgear Installations in, 505
  • Czechoslovakian Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 373*, 417

D

  • DAHLBECK, Capt. C. 0., the Late, 493
  • Daimler Co., Ltd., 40-h.p., 12-Cvlinder Motor Car, 528*
  • Dalmuir Shipyard, Closing of, 332
  • Dams, Analysis of, 58
  • Emergency, Welland Ship Canal, 63*
  • Failures, Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act, 1930, 591. See LETTER, 211
  • Ferro-Concrete, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, Cl 3*
  • Flow-over, Model Experiments by, 58
  • Masonry, Uplift in, 59
  • Safety of, 23
  • Danckaert Thicknessing Machine, 356* ; Triple-Drum Sanding Machine, 356*
  • Daniels, F. H., on Coal Firing of Boiler Furnaces in United States, 214
  • Dann, W. M., on Impulse Voltage Strength of Transformers, 27
  • Danube, River, Hydro-Electric Pumped- Storage Power Stations, 249
  • Internal-Combustion Engines on Ships, 478. See Erratum, 596
  • Power Development and International Shipping, 571
  • Dardelet Self-Locking Screw Thread, 282
  • Darrieus, G., on Steam-Turbine Efficiencies, 283*
  • Dartford and Purfleet Tunnel, 583
  • Dauvergene, H., on Rating and French Motor- Car Engine Design, 415
  • David. E. I., on Local Generation of Power versus the Grid, 807
  • Davies, Dr. S. J., on High-Speed Heavy-Oil Engines, 532*. See 319, 365
  • Davis Bridge Hydro-Electric Plant, Pivot Valve for, 344*
  • Davis, R. E., on Volume Changes in Cements, Mortars and Concretes, 105
  • Daylight, Energy Distribution in Spectrum, 241
  • Penetration into Buildings, 814
  • Deck, Temporary, New York Subway Con¬struction, 791*
  • Decking, Timber, New York Subway Construc¬tion, 509*
  • Decomposers for Nickel Manufacture, 424*, 454*
  • Deepwater Power Station, Operation of, 778
  • De-Greasing by Emulsification, 814
  • Degg, E. P., on Mechanical Properties of Plastic Clay, 10
  • Dehumidification, Mechanical, of Mine Air, 162
  • Delaware Hudson Railroad, High-Pressure Compound Locomotive “ James Arch¬bald,” 737*, 798*. See Erratum, 783
  • De Lisle, De J. G., the Late, 462
  • Demmer, A., on High-Pressure Reciprocating Steam Engines, 188
  • Denmark, Engineering Markets, 87, 160, 453, 809
  • Denny Rudder, Model Experiments with, 93*, 114
  • Dental Alloys, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 209
  • Deptford West Power Station, 475
  • Designs, Patents and Trade Marks Acts (Re¬view), 719
  • Dessus, M., on Centralisation of Boiler Control, 505
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Detector, Methane, for Collieries, Tests of, 328
  • Detensifler, Hydraulic, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., 165*
  • Detonation and Lubricating Oils in Petrol Engines, 31*, 99. See Letter, 172
  • Detritus, Movement in Rivers, 157
  • Detroit-Windsor Vehicular Tunnel, 505*, 667*, 702*
  • Deutsche Schiff- und Maschinenbau, A.G., Vulcan Gearing, M.S. “ Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Deutsche Werke, Hydraulic Plate-Bending Press, 471*
  • Dews, H. C., on Phosphorus in Admiralty Gun- Metal, 388
  • Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator.
  • Metal-Price. See Metal-Price Diagrams Diatomaceous Earth for Heat-Insulating
  • Materials, 570
  • Dickinson, H. C., on Petrol-Engine Research in United States, 125
  • Dickinson, J., & Co., Ltd., Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 487*
  • Die-Cast Aluminium Alloys, Properties of, 334, 345*
  • Casting Practice (Review), 576
  • Diesel Engines. See Engines, Oil, Diesel', Ma rine Prop ulsion
  • Differential Gear. See Gear ; Motor-Car Details
  • Pendulum, Determination of Ship’s Accelera¬tion, 116, 154*
  • Digging Machine See Excavating Machine
  • Diggles, T. G., on a Cemented-Tungsten-Carbide Lathe Tool, 400
  • Dilution Method of Flow Measurement, 125
  • Dirac, Dr. P. A. M., on the Proton, 701
  • Directional Aerials, Rugby Wireless Station, 541*, 624*
  • Directories. See Literature Index.
  • Disc Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Discharging Plant, Porto Marghera, Venice, 457*
  • Disease-Carrying Insects and Engineering Works, 331, 336
  • Diskus Werke Maschinenbau A.G., Face-Grind¬ing Machine, 231*
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour
  • Dissolved Acetylene, Effect of Heat on, 147
  • Dissolvers for Nickel Manufacture, 45G
  • Distillation Plant, Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 119*, 184
  • High-Temperature, Economic Problems of, 311
  • Distributor, Rotary, Huddersfield Refuse-Dis¬posal Plant, 546*
  • Diving, Deep, Effect of Decompression, 351
  • Dixon, Prof. H. B., the Late. 396
  • Docks, Liverpool, Growth with Size of Ships, 115, 121*
  • System, Port of London Authority, 583, 589 ;
  • Improvement Works, 271
  • Dodds, A. K., on Ferro-Concrete in Great Britain, 727
  • Domestic Use of Electricity, 59
  • Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd., Chain and
  • Hollow-Chisel Mortising Machine, 395
  • Donkin, S. B., on Electrical Load-Dispatching in Berlin, 572
  • Dopes, Anti-Knock, Effect of Lubricating Oil on, 31*, 67, 99. See Letter, 172
  • for Motor Fuels, Investigations, 468, 512*
  • Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd., Sydney Harbour Bridge, See Bridge
  • Dorman, W. H. & Co., Ltd., Petrol-Paraffin Marine Motors, 550*
  • “ Dorsetshire,” H.M. Cruiser, Trials, 172
  • Dortmund, Filrst Hardenberg Mine, Kiessel-bach Feed-Water Storage System, 664* Double Helical Gears. Sec Gears
  • Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Dourand, F., Lathe Tool Holders and Cutters, 129
  • Dourges Coal Mines, Compressed Air and Elec¬tricity in, 126
  • Dow Disc-Arm Pivot Valves, 344*
  • Downes, T. W., on Metal Joints in Aircraft Con¬struction, 282
  • Dowson, R., on Steam Turbine with Large Overload Capacities, 188
  • Drag-Scraper, Cable, for Fen Drainage (J. M. Henderson <fc Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • Drainage Act, Land, 1930, and River-Pollution Prevention, 730
  • Cairo Main Extensions, 782
  • Fen, Cable Drag-Scraper for (J. M. Hender¬son & Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • of London, 582, 589
  • Drawbar Tests, Agricultural Tractors, 467
  • Drawing, Machine (Review), 764
  • Dredger, Bucket-Hopper, “ Lord Cochrane ”
  • (Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd.) 651
  • Hydraulic, Diesel-Engined, 201
  • Dressing and Screening Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Cardiff Exhibition, 658
  • Drills and Drilling Machines, See Machine Tools
  • Tractor, Self-Lift (L. R. Knapp <fc Co., Ltd.), 751*
  • Drumm Storage Battery for Railway Traction, 293, 712
  • Drums, Brake, Fender Gear, Welland Ship Canal, 767*
  • Dry Cleaning of Coal, Progress in, 760
  • Cooling of Coke, 543*
  • I)npb Spp Dm* I*
  • Dryer, Grain (E. R. & F. Turner, Ltd.), 81*
  • for Nickel Manufacture, 423*
  • Dubs, Prof. E., on Swiss Hydro-Electric Power Plants, 158
  • Ductility Tester (A. J. Amsler Co.), 355
  • Duff, Anthractie, Pulverised-Fuel Plant for, Abcrpergwm Colliery, 705*
  • Duncan, G. S., the Late, 522
  • Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Rubber-Making Machinery, 95*, 165*, 225*, 289*
  • Diinner, Prof. E., on Electric Supply and Construction in Switzerland, 26
  • Dunstan, Dr. A. E., on Utilisation of Petroleum Residues, 91
  • Dunston Power Station Extension, 562
  • Duotrac Motor Cultivator (G. Monro, Ltd.), 403*
  • Duralumin, Effect of Artificial Ageing, 358, 473*
  • Use in Aeronautical Industry, 333, 343, 353 in Airships " R.100 ” and “ R.101,” 343,
  • 353
  • Dust, Coal, Researches on Ignition, 801 See also Pulverised Coal
  • from Chimneys, Reduction by Coal Cleaning, 312
  • Concentration Meter for Blast-Furnace Gas, 759
  • from Electric Power Stations, 305
  • Extracting Plant, Huddersfield Refuse-Disposal Plant, 546*
  • Recovery, Electrical Methods, 504
  • Road, Effect on Petrol Engines, 221. See Letter, 295*
  • Dyestuffs (Imports Regulation) Act, 1921, Effect of, 684
  • Dykes, A. H., on Work of Association of Con¬sulting Engineers, 717
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Eleeiric; Turbo-Generators


E.

  • EAGLE, A., on Heat Transfer from Tube to Water, 691*, 788*, 821*. See 683, 687*, 708. Sec Letters, 754, 783. See Erra¬tum, 713
  • Earle’s Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Ltd., 2,200-b.h.p. Jorgensen Double-Acting Diesel Engine, 260*, 307*
  • Earth, Machinery of the, 622
  • Pressures, British Association Report on, 409
  • Earthquakes, Report of Committee on Seis¬mological Investigations, 701
  • Shocks, Identification of Phases, 701
  • Waves, Propagation of, 622
  • East Kootenay Power Co., Ltd., Hydro- Electric Schemes, 461
  • Eavenson, H. N., on Compressed Air and Electricity in Coal Mines, 126
  • Echo Phenomena in Wireless Transmission, 702
  • Economic Advisory Council, Report on Conti¬nental Iron and Steel Industries, 17. See Letter, 43
  • Industrial. See Labour
  • of Rail Transport in Great Britain (Review), 34
  • Economisers, Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 121*
  • for High-Pressure Boiler. 724*
  • Eddington, Sir A. S.? on Sub-Atomic Energy, 50, 237
  • Edgar Power Station, Operating Data, 25
  • Edholm, H„ on Use of Electricity in Swedish Agriculture, 59
  • Edinburgh, Coretorphine, Electric Boilers and Ruths’ Accumulator, 460*
  • Heriot-Watt College, Calendar, 618

Education :

  • Board of Education, Committee on Education for Salesmanship, Report on Foreign Languages, 148 : National Certificates in Automobile Engineering and Foundry Work, 435; National Certificates in Mechanical Engineering, 650 ; Science and Whitworth Scholar¬ships Regulations. 650
  • Bristol University, Prospectus of Engineer¬ing Faculty, 23
  • Busk Studentship, Cambridge, Applica¬tion Form, 74
  • Certificates, National, in Automobile Engineering, 435; in Mechanical Engineering, 650
  • Chelsea Polytechnic Courses in Metallurgy, 296
  • Chemical Engineers, Institution of, Asso¬ciate-Membership Examination. 618
  • City of London College, Lectures on Iron and Steel. 328
  • Glasgow Royal Technical College, Calen¬dar, 372
  • Heating and Ventilating Engineers. In¬stitution of. Entrance Examinations, 74
  • Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh. Calendar, 618
  • Imperial College of Science, Course for Quarry Engineers, 44; Department of Aeronautics Syllabus, 372
  • King’s College, London, Faculty of Engi¬neering, Course of Lectures, 591
  • Li^ge Exhibition, Technical Education Exhibits, 69
  • London County Council, Robert Blair Fellowships, 235; Lectures for Teachers’ Handbook. 296; Lectures for Teachers. 744
  • University Guide, 1931-32, 689
  • Manchester Municipal College of Tech¬nology, Engineering Courses, 372
  • National Certificates in Automobile Engi¬neering, 435; in Mechanical Engi¬neering, 650
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, Scholarships in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 267, 719
  • Nottingham University College. Engineer¬ing Laboratories, 52*
  • Quarrying, Institute of. Course for Quarry Engineers, 44
  • Royal Naval Engineering College, Keyham, Jubilee of. 87
  • Sanitary Institute Training Courses, 202
  • Technical College, Glasgow. Report, 680
  • Science Scholarship Examinations, Sylla¬bus, 650
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, Sylla¬bus, 296, 372
  • South Wales and Monmouthshire School of Mines, Prospectus, 39(5
  • Transport, Institute of, Graduate and Associate Membership Examination, 110
  • University College, London, Courses in Engineering, 396 ; Calendar, 596
  • Whitworth Scholarship Regulations, 650 See also Paragraph Index
  • Eflluents from Gas Works, Treatment and Deposit of, 311, 689
  • Industrial, and River Pollution, 654
  • Trade, and Sewers, Report, 47
  • Egan, A. L., on Reconditioning of Mine Air. 162*
  • Eglcff, G., on Gas as Power in United States, 28
  • Egypt, Cairo Main Drainage Extensions, 782
  • Engineering Markets of, 811
  • Ehrenberger, R., on New Velocity Formula for Flow over Steep Inclines, 125
  • Ehwany, M. I., on a High-Frequency Oscil¬lator, 253*
  • Ekwall, A., on Ice Conditions in Hydro-Electric Power Plante, 158
  • Elastic and Magnetic Phenomena, Analogies between (Letters), 211.275
  • Electric Accumulator, Drumm, for Railway Traction, 293. 712

Electric :

  • Alternating-Current Measurements, Com¬mercial (Review), 421
  • Measurements, National Physical Laboratory, 272
  • Theory and Practice (Review), 673
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo-Aluminium Steel-Cored Conductors, Joint
  • for (British Insulated Cables, Ltd.), 769*
  • Amplifiers, Valve, Use with Duddell Oscillograph, 671*. See Letter, 720*
  • Arc Furnace. See Furnace, Electric
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Artificial Lines and Filters, Theory of (Review), 719
  • Boilers, Electric, Mascarini, Buttercup Poultry Farm, 469*
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers Association, Trade Survey. 175
  • Cable Ducts, Heat Transfer ,n, 249
  • Soldering Sockets, Standard Specifi¬cation, 236
  • Cable for Transmission Systems, 347
  • Cells, Leclunche, Standard Specification, 537
  • Photo-Electric (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 108
  • Central Stations. See Poiver Stations Collieries, Compressed Air and Electricity
  • in, 105
  • Conductivity of Lead-Tin-Antimony Sol¬ders, 795*
  • Conductors, Aluminium. Steel-Cored Joint for (British Insulated Cables, Ltd,), 700*
  • for Transmission Systems, 347
  • Contactor, Reversing, High-Tension (Gene¬ral Electric Co., Ltd.), 797
  • Control. Remote, for Power Stations, 51
  • System for Electric Boilers, 4G0
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Definitions, Electrical, British Association Report on, 409
  • Dielectrics. Power Losses in, 242
  • Domestic Use of Electricity, 59 Dynamo. Sec Generator; Turbo-Gene¬rator
  • Earthing of Electric Circuits. 313
  • of Power-Transmission Lines, 50
  • Electric Traction (Review), 274 Electrical Apparatus, World’s Markets for,
  • 84*. 151*, 160, 301*, 452*, 009*, 732, 780, 809
  • Engineering, Principles of (Review), 484
  • Machinery (Review), 764
  • Terms and Definitions. British Associa¬tion Report on, 409
  • Electricity Charges and Tariffs, Report on, 143. See Letter. 172
  • Commissioners. Report on Electricity Charges and Tariffs, 143. See Letter. 172; Assisted Wiring and 11 repur¬chase Schemes, Report, 148; Statistics of Fuel Consumption and Units Gene¬rated, 558
  • Department. National Physical Labo¬ratory, Work of. 242, 271*
  • and Energy, 22
  • Electrochemical Industries, Water Power in, 571
  • Manufacture, Power in. 504
  • Electrolytic Industries of Germany. 504
  • Electroplating. See Electro Electrotechnical Commission, interna¬tional, Scandinavian Meeting. 113
  • Fans, Desk-type, Standard Specification, 244
  • Filters and Artificial Lines, Theory of (Review), 719
  • Frequency Regulation in Transmission Systems. 347
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo- Heating. Electric, in Industry. 503
  • of Reserve Turbo-Generators, 245*, 279*
  • High-Voltage Laboratory. National Phy¬sical Laboratory, Work of. 272
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Illumination and Consumption of Elec¬tricity, 59
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace — Motors. See Motors, Electric Industrial Heating, Use of Electricity, 126 Industry, Uses of Electricity in, 503
  • Insulators, Glass and Porcelain, Tests of, 347
  • Joint, for Steel-Cored Aluminium Con¬ductors, 760*
  • Lamps, Carbon-Filament, Standard Speci¬fication, 107
  • Incandescent, Luminous Efficiencv of, 560
  • National Physical Laboratory Re¬searches, 241
  • Miners’, Bulbs for, Standard Specifica¬tion, 188
  • Tungsten, Standard Specification. 773
  • Leclanchd Cells, Standard Specification, 537
  • Light Distribution from Fittings, Standard Specification, 488
  • Lighting, Electric, by Gaseous Discharge Tubes, 560
  • Lightning Effect on Telephone Line, 53
  • and Power Transmission Lines, 50, 313
  • Lines, Artificial, and Filters, Theory of (Review), 719
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Mains. See Cables (above)
  • Measurements. Alternating-Current, Com¬mercial (Review), 421
  • Mercury Rectifiers on New South Wales Railways and Tramways, 215
  • Use of, 27, 215
  • Meter, Alternating-Current (British Sangamo Co., Ltd.), 815*
  • Metering, Remote, 505
  • Mines, Use of Electricity in, 126. 801
  • Motors. Sec Motors, Electric
  • Oil Switch. See Switchgear
  • Oscillators, Quartz, Researches, National
  • Physical Laboratory, 271*
  • Quartz, Rugby Wireless Station, 542
  • Standard High-Frequency, of Wide Range. 253*
  • Oscillographs, Duddell Type, Valve Ampli¬fiers for, 671*. See Letter, 720*
  • Plugs, Wall. Sf Iiidard Specification, 45
  • Power Stations. See Power Stations — See Poiver
  • Pyrometer. See Pyrometer
  • Railway Electrification in Europe and United States, 215 See Railways
  • Rectifiers, Mercury, on New South Wales Railways and Tramways, 215
  • Use of, 27, 215
  • Resistance Welding. See Welding Resistivity of Lead-Tin-Antimonv Solders, 795*
  • Rdntgen Rays. See Itdntyen
  • Rural Electricity Scheme, Aylesbury, 181*
  • Rural Electrification, Assisted Wiring and Hire-Purchase Schemes, 148
  • Showroom, Electric Travelling, 775
  • Standards and Measurements, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 242
  • Symbols and Abbreviations, 238
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric Steel Manufacture. See Metallurgy ; and
  • Furnace, Electric
  • Street Railways. See Tramways Substation. See Substation Switchgear. Sec Switchgear; Motors, Electric
  • Tariffs and Charges, Electricity, Report on, 143. See.Letter, 1/2
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telemetering in Electricity Supply, 505
  • Telephone Line, Lightning Effect on, 53 Telephony. See Telephony
  • Thermometer. See Thermometer
  • Trade Survey, British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, 175
  • Traffic Controller, Automatic (Highffeld Electrical Co., Ltd.), 100*
  • Tramways. See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers Tubes, Gaseous Discharge, Electric Light¬ing by, 500
  • Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators Voltage Regulations in Transmission
  • Systems, 347
  • Wall Plugs, Standard Specifications, 45
  • Wattless-Load Tests of Turbo-Generators (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 1*
  • Wave-Meters, Oscillator for Calibrating, 253*
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring, Assisted, and Hire-Purchase
  • Schemes, Electricity Commissioners’ Report, 148
  • X-rays. See lpmtgen /{ays See also Paragraph Index
  • Electrical and Allied Industries Research
  • Association, British, Report on Coefficients of Heat Transfer from Tube to Water. 691*. 788*. 821*. See 083, 687*, 708. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Engineering, Principles of (Review), 484
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of :
  • Presidential Address, by C. (’. Paterson, on Fundamental Problems of Research, 560. See 557. See Letter. 660
  • Data Concerning Railway Electrification in Italy, by G. Bianchi, 716
  • Electrical Organisations, International, Dis¬cussion on, 239
  • Electricians, Supervising, National Association of. See Supervising
  • Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric
  • Electrochemical Industries, Water Power in. 571
  • Manufacture, Power in, 504
  • Electro-Deposition of Chromium, 730
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion Industries of Germany, 504
  • Electroplating with Chromium, Copper and Nickel (Review), 737
  • Electroplaters’ and Depositors’ Technical Society, Electro-Deposition of Chromium, by J. W. Cuthbertson, 730
  • Electrotechnical Commission, International,
  • Scandinavian Meeting, 113; International Organisations, 239
  • Elements, Geochemical Migration of (Review), 673
  • Elevator, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 488*
  • Shaft, New York Subway Construction, 793*
  • Elk River, British Columbia, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 461
  • Emergency Dam, Welland Ship Canal, 63
  • Emery, W., on Casting of Refractories, 814
  • Emery Wheels, See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Empire Trade and Imperial Conference, 176, 621
  • Empiricism and Research, 557. See Letter, 660
  • Employees. See Labour
  • Employment. Sec Labour
  • Emulsification, De-Greasing by. 814
  • Enco Oil-Burning System. 505*
  • Endurance Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Energy and Electricity, 22
  • Sub-Atomic, 50, 237
  • Engelhardt, Prof. V., on Electrolytic Industry in Germany, 504
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Propulsion Gas, in Czechoslovakia, 572
  • Development of, 188
  • in Iron and Steel Works, 248
  • Safe Stresses in Crankshaft. 525
  • Haulage, Electric. Triest-Opicina Mountain Railway, 135*
  • Internal-Combustion, in Austrian Ships, 478.
  • See Erratum 596
  • Combustion, Effect of Turbulence on Highest Useful Compression Ratio, 290*, 319
  • Combustion, Efficiency of Air Filters for, 221*. See Letter, 295*
  • Combustion, for Electric Power Stations, 808
  • Combustion, Stationary, Design of, 23
  • Combustion, and Steam, Combined. 572
  • Combustion, in Switzerland, 572
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Motor-Car. Sec Engines, Petrol
  • Oil, for Agricultural Tractors. 369
  • Benes Fuel Pump for, 629*. See Erratum, 660
  • British and Foreign, Fuel Pumps fo-, 593. See 629*, 660
  • Diesel, with Bilchi Superchargers. 572
  • Engines, Oil, Diesel, Development in Design 23, 12(5
  • Diesel. 2,750-h.p. Fijenoord M.A.N. Type with Fottinger Transmission, M.S. “ Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Diesel. 2,500-h.p., Six-Cylinder Fullagar (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 7*
  • Diesel, Ganz-Jendrassik Type, 415
  • Diesel, Heat Transfer in, 572
  • Diesel, High-Speed, for Airships, 343. 354
  • Diesel, High-Speed, for Transport Pur¬poses, 415
  • Diesel, Marine, in Austrian Ships, 478. See Erratum, 596
  • Diesel, Marine, Construction in Great Britain, 478
  • Diesel, Marine, 700-h.p., Eight-Cylinder M.A.N., for Dredger, 201
  • Diesel, for Marine Electric Generators, 478
  • Diesel, Marine. 2,200-h.p., Four-Cylinder Double-Acting Jdrgensen Type, 260*, 307*
  • Diesel. Marine, 13,800-h.p. Harland-B. and W.Type, M.S. “ Winchester Castle.” 491
  • Diesel, Marine, Relative Cost of. 79, 89
  • Diesel. Operation, Maintenance and Re¬pair (Review), 763
  • Diesel, for Peak Loads, 571
  • Diesel, Six-Cylinder, Junkers Type, for Locomotive (Ansaldo), 645*
  • Diesel, for Transport (Review), 673
  • Diesel, Two-Stroke, Design of (Review), 736
  • Diesel, in the United States, 572
  • Diesel. See alsb Motor ships; Marine Propulsion
  • 1,000-h.p., Eight-Cylinder, Horizontal (Premier Gas Engine Co., Ltd.). 723*
  • 64-h.p., Four-Cylinder High-Speed (Rus¬ton & Hornsby, Ltd.), 247*
  • High-Speed, Combustion Chambers of. 319. 535*
  • High-Speed, Experimental, Single-Cylin¬der (Associated Equipment Co., Ltd.). 584*
  • High-Speed, Four-Cylinder, for Road Vehicle (Aveling Porter, Ltd.) 80*
  • High-Speed, Nomenclature, of 365
  • High-Speed, Position of, 319, 365, 532*
  • High-Speed, 95-h.p., Six-Cylinder (Asso¬ciated Equipment Co., Ltd.), 584*
  • Marine, Double-Acting Two-Stroke, De¬sign of, 478
  • Marine, for Fishing Boats, International Trials. 427
  • Marine, 40-60 h.p.. Four-Cylinder (Ailsa Craig Motor Co., Ltd.), 550*
  • Marine. 38-h.p., Four-Cylinder (L. Gardiner <fe Sons, Ltd.), 553*
  • Marine, 60-h.p., Four-Cylinder (Renault, Ltd.), 553*
  • Marine, 48-b.h.p., Four-Cylinder (A. Wiseman, Ltd.), 591*
  • Marine, 32- -.p., Six-Cylinder (J. W. Brooke <fc Co., Ltd., 592*
  • Marine, 70-h.p., Six-Cylinder (Renault. Ltd.), 591*
  • Nozzles and Sprays for, 571
  • Research on, 571
  • 9-h.p., Single Cylinder Airless-Injection (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 802*
  • 6A-h.p., Single-Cylinder (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd., 40*
  • Single-Cylinder (Ruston Hornsby, Ltd.), 39*, 80*
  • 750-h.p. Six-Cylinder. Trials (Premier Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 740
  • 30-h.p. Single-Cylinder Two-Stroke (Mar¬shall, Sons <fe Co., Ltd.), 41*
  • Two-Cylinder Sleeve-Valve, for Generat¬ing Set (P. Brotherhood, Ltd.), 40*
  • See also Tractors and Paragraph Index Engine, Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics Detonation and Lubricating Oil, 31*, 99. See Letter, 172
  • Efficiency of Air Filters for, 221*. Sec Letter, 295*
  • and A-kw. Generator, for Wireless Trans¬mitter, 759*
  • Highest Useful Compression Ratio in. 31*, 99
  • Highest Useful Compression Ratio, Effect of Turbulence, 290*, 319
  • High-Speed, for Motor Cars, 415
  • Investigation of Anti-Knock Fuels for 468, 512*
  • Marine, 10-12 h.p. Four-Cylinder (Trojan, Ltd.). 553*
  • Marine, 64-126 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Buda Co., England), 552*
  • Marine, 6-8 h.p. Vis-A-Vis Type (Coven¬try Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 592*
  • Motor-Car 10-12 h.p. Four-Cylinder (Tro¬jan. Ltd.), 498*. See Erratum', 564
  • Motor-Car, French, Influence of Rating in Design, 415
  • Motor-Car, Need for Uniform Nomencla¬ture, 529
  • Motor-Car, Performance and Fuel Vola¬tility, 105
  • Motor-Car, 15-h.p., Six-Cylinder (Arm¬strong -Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 498*
  • Motor-Car, 12-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Triumph Motor Co., Ltd.), 500*
  • Motor-Car, 40-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder V- Type (Daimler Co., Ltd.), 528* ‘
  • Motor-Car, Use of High-Compression Fuels in, 415
  • Motor Cyle, 623
  • and Oil, Relative Merits of, 532
  • Paraffin, Marine, 12-20 h.p. Four-Cvlinder (Ailsa Craig Motor Co., Ltd.), 551 *‘
  • Paraffin, Marine, Four-Cylinder (W H Dorman A’ Co., Ltd.), 550*
  • Paraffin, Marine, 10-20 h.p. Four-Cylinder (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 553*
  • Paraffin, Marine, 50-90 h.p. Four-Cylinder (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 73* ‘
  • Research on, 125, 415
  • Ricardo, Variable-Compression, Experiments on Turbulence, 290*, 319
  • 120-h.p. Six-Cylinder, Scripps, 200*. See Addendum, 439
  • Engine, Petrol. See also Aeronautics - Steam, High-Pressure, 188
  • and Internal-Combustion, Combined, 572
  • Marine, Early* 145
  • Marine, Relative Costs, 79. 89
  • Marine, 1.425-h.p. Triple-Expansion.
  • with Bauer-Waeh Exhaust-Steam Turbine.
  • S.S. ” St. Clair,” 418*. 485*
  • Marine, Triple-Expansion. S.S. “ Kelvinia,” Fracture of Low-Pressure Slide-Valve Chest, 24
  • Marine. See also Marine Propulsion : Turbines
  • Vertical Uniflow, 439
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Engineer Company, The Eneo Oil-Burning System, 505*
  • Engineers’ Education. See Education ; Appren¬ticeship
  • Institutions. See Institutions —-Marine, Early, 145
  • and Shipbuilders in Scotland. Institution of, Progress of Transport of Oil by Sea. By J. McGovern, 112
  • Engineering Apprentices. See Apprentices -and Civilisation, 111
  • Construction, Economics of, 331. 330
  • Department, National Physical Laboratory. Work of, 66, 117*, 140*
  • Education. See Education ; Apprenticeship Industries in Germany, State of, 809
  • Laboratories, Nottingham University Col¬lege, 52*
  • Markets of the World, 84*, 151*, 100, 301*, 452*, 609*. 732*, 780, 809
  • Materials, Ferrous (Review), 103
  • Theory and Testing of (Review), 072
  • Practice, R ntgen Rav Methods in. 779. 785*
  • and Science, Interdependence of, 331, 335, 351
  • Societies. See Institutions
  • Standards Association, British, Specifica¬tion, Tramway Axles, 10; Specification,
  • Wall Plugs, 45 ; Specification, Carbon-Fila¬ment Lamps, 107; Specifications, Non- Ferrous Metals, 140 ; Specification, Optical Projection Apparatus, 169; Conversion Tables, 180; Specifications, Brass Tubes and (Bands, 180; Nickel-Copper Sheets and Strips, 181 ; Refined Nickel, 181 ; Specification, Mine Electrical Apparatus, 188 ; Specification, Cable Soldering Sockets, 236; Specification, Electric Fans, 244 ; Specification, Steel Forgings, Blooms and Castings, 355; Specification, Attachment of Circular Saws, 398 ; Specification, Light Distribution from Fittings, 488; Specifica¬tion, LeclanchS Cells, 537 ; Specification, Aluminium Powder, 689; Specifications, Cranes, 698 ; Specification, Tungsten Lamps, 773.
  • Steam and Gas (Review), 195
  • Symbols and Abbreviations, Standard, 238
  • Uses of Rubber in, 300. See Letters, 405
  • Works, Concrete and Ferro-Concrete in, 728
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 2,500-h.p. Six-Cylinder Fullagar Diesel Engine, 7* ;
  • 10,000-kw. Back-Pressure Steam Turbo-Generator, 699*, 761* : 30,000-kw. Turbo-
  • Generator, 709 : 10,000-h.p. Hydraulic Turbine, Pelton-Wheel Type, 735*
  • Enoch, Dr., on High-Compression Motor Fuels, 415
  • Enstrhm Dr. A. F., on Mechanical Power and Culture 51
  • Equilibrium Diagrams, Alloys. See Metallurgy Ericsson, J., Work on Screw Propulsion, 191
  • Ervain, A., on Power in Metallurgical Works, 248
  • Esclier, Wvss A Co., Plant for Ship Salvage by Freezing Process, 240
  • Escher, F., on Swiss Gas Industry, 312
  • Esparto-Grass Handling Plant for Paper Mills, 487* , .
  • Estonian Oil Shale, Treatment of, 91
  • Ethylmercaptan, Gas Leak Detection by, 405
  • ” Europa,” S.S., Machinery of, 477
  • Europe, Engineering Markets of, 809
  • European Railways, Progress of Electrification, 215
  • States, Central. Energy Balances of, 92
  • Super-Power Stations, Interconnection of, 21
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Evans. E. C., on Purchase and Sale of Coke to Specification, 92. See Erratum, 141 Evaporation in High Reservoirs, 249
  • Evaporators, De-Superheating, for High-
  • Pressure Boiler, 664*, 723
  • Everest, Dr. A. B., on High-Quality Cast Iron, 56*
  • Excavation Methods, New York Underground Railways, 257, 509*, 791*
  • Excavator, (’able Drag-Scraper for ben Drain¬age, 138* ..
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine, See Turbine, Steam Exhibition, Agricultural, Smithfield Club, 750*
  • British Industries Fair, Future of, 748
  • Building Trades, Olympia, 393*, 426*
  • and Congress, Public Health. 729
  • Engineering, Cardiff. 658
  • Liege, 68*, 230*. 355*, 515* See 579*
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway Centen¬ary, 367, 403, 430, 436
  • .Motor Boat, Olympia, 550*, 591*
  • Motor-Car, Olympia, 497*, 528*. See Erratum, 564
  • Cycle and Cycle, Olympia, 623
  • Paris International Fair, 129
  • Royal Agricultural Show, Manchester, 39*, 80*. See 107*
  • See also Paraoraph Index
  • Experimental Tank. See Tank; Ship Models; Ship Resistance .
  • Explosion, Boiler. See Boiler hxplofnon
  • Hydrogen-Air, Unexpected ^252*
  • Screening from Sound of. 731*
  • Explosives, Effects of Voids in, 335
  • Export Trade. Sec Trade, and Industries in Paragraph Index
  • Extractors for Nickel Manufacture, 423
  • Extrusion Machine for Moulding Refractories, 209*

F

  • FABER, Dr. ()., on Temperature and Cement, 727
  • Facing Machine. See Machine Tools Factories, Lighting of. 504, 797 — Power Transmission in, 416
  • and Workshops, Home Office Inspector’s Report. 206
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents Management. See Works Management Falkner-Smit, Prof. M., on Power in Industry. 216
  • Fans, (’piling, Tests at National Physical Laboratory, 147
  • Electrical, Desk-Type, Standard Specification, 2 n
  • Electrically-Driven, Rossmann Speed Con¬trol for. 694*. See Addendum, 740.
  • Ventilating. Air-Operated (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 540*
  • Faragher, P. V., on Use of Aluminium in Ship¬building, 770
  • Farming, Use of Electricity in. 59
  • See also Agriculture; Tractors Fatigue Tests of Metals. See Alternating Stress
  • under Tests (Materials)
  • Fedden, A. It., on Air-Cooled Aero-Engines, 55. See 20
  • Feed-Heating System, Brimsdown Power Station, 259
  • Pumps. See Pumps
  • Systems for High-Pressure Steam Plants, ‘597, 626, 723*
  • Water Softener. See H’efer Softener
  • Impure, Effect on L Ifler Boiler, 632*
  • Storage System, Kiesselbach, 643*
  • System, ‘ Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 119*
  • Felix, W. R., on Economical Steam Pressures in Power Stations, 187
  • Fen Drainage, Cable Drag-Scraper for (.1. M. Henderson & Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • Fender Gear, Lock, Weiland Ship Canal, 766
  • Penning, It. W.. on Hydrogen-Air Explosions, 252*
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd., Bucket-Hopper Dredger’’ Lord Cochrane,” 651
  • Ferguson, It. M., on Heat Transfer from Tube to Water, 691*, 788*, 821*. See 683, 687*, 708. See LETTERS, 754. 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Ferguson, W. B., on Ship Design for Easy Operation, 770
  • Ferric Oxide, Determination in Basie Slags, 404
  • Ferro-Concrete Arches and Portals (Review), 421
  • Bridge, Raritan River, New Jersey, 196*
  • Columns, Stress Distribution in, investi¬gations, 118
  • Counterfort Walls, Welland Ship Canal, 482*
  • Cribs, Welland Ship Canal. 576*, 637*
  • Dam, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 613*
  • Deterioration in Sea Water, Tests, 526
  • in Engineering Works, 728
  • Flat Arches, Effect of Temperature on, 728
  • Floor, Corrosion of Steel in, 30*
  • International Congress, Liege. See Con¬crete and Reinforced Concrete Congress
  • Lining, Steel Tubes, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 608*
  • Movements in, 728
  • Piers, Kill van Kull Bridge, New York 227*
  • Piles, Design, Preparation and Appli¬cation, 727
  • Progress in Great Britain, 727
  • Retaining Walls, 728
  • Storage Basins, Anderten l,ocks, Mittel¬land Canal, 35*, 101*. 159*
  • Tube Tunnel, Oakland Estuary, Cali¬fornia, 383*. 449*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Ferrous Engineering Materials (Review), 163
  • Fertilisers, Artificial, and the World’s Food Supply, 318
  • Fetu-Deflze, S. A., Ingot-Mould Planing Machine, 69* ;
  • Plate-Roll Finishing Machine, 579*
  • Filing and Setting Machine for Band Saws (Wiulkin & Co.), 265*
  • Fillunger, Dr. P., on Uplift in Masonry Dams, 59
  • Filters, Air, for Internal-Coin bust ion Engines, Efficiency of, 221*. See Letter 295*
  • and Artificial Lines, Theory of (Review), 719
  • for Beet-Sugar Effluents, 14
  • Continuous Rotary (Meura S.A.), 71
  • Filtration and Filters (Review), 164
  • Water. Use of Ozone, in, 130
  • Fink. Dr. M., Experiments on Metallic Friction, 29
  • Fink, Dr. W. L., on Lattice Distortion and Hardening of Metals, 358..
  • Fire-Alarm Apparatus, Automatic, 458*
  • In Cargo and Bunker Coal, Report, 236
  • Engines, British, Historical Notes, 722
  • Extincteur, Rolls Portable, 722
  • Prevention and Protection in Sldiw. 458
  • Firebox, Locomotive, Combustion in, 380
  • Water-Tube, for Locomotive Boiler, 798*. See 737*
  • Firebrick, Action of Slags on, 794
  • Grog in, 569
  • Load-Bearing Capacity of, Influence of Atmosphere, 570
  • See also Refrattorg Materials
  • Fireclay Products, Differences between Interior and Exterior, 10
  • Firedamp, Researches on Ignition, 801
  • Firing, Coal, in United States, 214
  • Fishenden, Dr. M., on Calculation of Convection Heat Transfer, 177*, 193*. See Letter 274, 405, 783
  • Fishing Boats, Marine Oil Engines for, Inter¬national Trials, 427
  • Vessels, Boiler Accidents in, 42
  • Fitch, A. A., on Spectrum Analysis of Steels, 635*
  • Flame Temperature Investigations. National Physical Laboratory, 240
  • Flanges, Steam Pipe, Creep Stresses in. 598,* 626, 661*
  • Flax Spinning Mills, York Street, Belfast, Electrification of 23, 140
  • Fletcher, the Late, 660
  • Flood Cont rol on the Mississippi River (Review), 574
  • blows, Frequencies and Magnitudes (Review), 763
  • Prevention in London. 582, 589
  • River Thames, Proposed Preventive Works, 113, 470, 656*
  • Floor, Ferro-concrete, Corrosion of Steel in. 30
  • Florensky, Prof. I’. A., on Testing of Porcelain Insulators, 347
  • Flotation Reagents, Use in United States, Report, 219
  • Flow over Dams, Model Experiments on, 58
  • .Measurement, Dilution Method of. 125
  • Over Weirs and Spillways, 125
  • Flue Gases from Power Stations, Treatment of, 312, 709*
  • Removal of Ash from, 150*
  • Fluid Friction and Heat Transmission. Investi¬gations, National Physical Laboratory, 66
  • Motion Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 168*
  • Flux, Soldering, Effect on Strength of Joint, 796*
  • “ Folkestone,” H.M. Sloop, Trials. 43
  • Food Investigation Board, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 240 ; Report on Fruit Preservation in Transit, 270
  • Ford Continuous Process, Sheet-Glass Manu¬facture, 750, 757*
  • Forgings in Aircraft Construction, 282
  • for High-Speed Rotors, 242*. See Letter 294
  • Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • Steel, Standard Specification, 355
  • X-Ray Examination of, 779, 785*
  • Forms, Construction, Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube, 383*, 449*
  • Fornoni, J., on Protection of Power Plants during Strikes, 216
  • Forssblads, N.. on Alternating-Current Supply in Stockholm, 250
  • Fort William Power Station, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 610*, 674*, 735*
  • Fortescue, 0. le G., on Economies of Power Transmission, 347
  • Forth and Clyde Canal. Proposed (’oust met ion. Report. 300
  • Fdttinger Hydraulic Coupling, S.S. ” St. (’lair.”
  • 418*, 485* ; M.s. " Kota Agoeng.” 677
  • Foundations, Clay, Experimental Investigation on, 5*, 61*. ’ See Letter 275
  • Investigations at Building Research Station, 671
  • Sand, for Valparaiso Harbour Breakwater, 332, 335
  • Foundry Work, National Certificates in, 435 See also Castings
  • Fourcault Process, Sheet-Glass Manufacture, 750, 755*
  • Fowler, Sir H., on Fuel Consumption in Loco¬motive Practice, 380. See 407
  • Frameworks, Stress Determination in, 399,
  • 408, 455. See Letter, 518
  • France, Conditions in Iron and Steel Industry, 17
  • Engineering Markets of, 87,160, 453, 733, 809 See also French
  • Francis, T. P., on Trade Wastes and Sewage Treatment, 729
  • Francis Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic Francois, S. A.. Two-Stage Air Compressor, 515* Fraser A Fraser, Ltd., Vertical Sectional Water-Tube Boiler, 739*
  • Freeman, A. W., the Late, 744
  • Freeman, S. B.,on Fuel Problems in Mercantile
  • Marine, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • Freezing Process, Ship Salvage by, 240
  • French Motor-Cars, Influence of Rating on Engine Design, 415
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 373 See also France
  • Frenne, N., on Ruths Accumulators and Power Supply, 250
  • Frequency Regulation in Transmission Sys¬tems, 347
  • Friction Clutch. See Motor-Car Details
  • Fluid, and Heat Transmission, Investiga¬tions, National Physical Laboratory, 66
  • Metallic, and Oxidation, Experiments on, 29
  • of Pivots, Experiments at National Physical Laboratory, 273*
  • Frictional Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Friedrich Port, Open-Hearth Furnace, 447
  • Fronde’s Experiments upon H.M.S. ” Grey¬hound,” 116,154
  • Fronde Tank, Work of, 208 ; Experiments on Wind Resistance of Ships, 116, 184* ,
  • Fruit Preservation in Transit, Report, 270
  • Fuchs, Dr. F., on Locomotive Development in Germany, 214
  • Fuel Control, Graphical Methods, of, 659
  • Efficiency in United States, 92
  • Fines, Combustion of, 214
  • Gas, for Airships, 148
  • Industry, Problems in, 560
  • institute of, Visit to Barking and Deptford
  • Power Stations, 475; Presidential Ad¬dress, by Sir 1). Milne-Watson on Problems of Fuef Industry, 560; Industrial Uses of Fuel Oil, by J. Lubbock, 561 ; Use of Coke Breeze for Industrial Purposes, by Dr. E. W. Smith, 561 ; Fuel Problems in the Mercantile Marine, by S. B. Freeman, 561 : Relative Merits of Coal and Oil in the Mercantile Marine, by Dr. W. M, Meijer, 561 ; Fuel Problems in the Mercantile Marine, by W. J. Muller, 561 ; sec Erratum, 619 ; Award of Melchett Medal to l)r. K. Riimmell, 561 ; Annual Dinner, 561 ; Graphical Methods of Fuel Control, by J. Cunningham, 659; Local Genera¬tion of Electric Power versus the Grid, by E. I. David, 807; Stationary High- Powered Internal-Corn bust ion Engines for Electric Generation, by E. Gereke, 808 I
  • Fuel, Motor. American, Sulphur Content of. 228
  • Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • Problems in Mercantile-Marine, 561. Sep Erratum, 619
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Research Board. Report on Scottish Cokil ,
  • and Furnace Coals, 144; Investigation of Convection Heat Transfer, 177*, 193*. See Letters, 274, 405, 783; Report on Reactivity of Coke, 251 ; Report, Influence of Size of Coal during (fas Manufacture. 613 ; Report, Spores in Correlation of Coal Seams, 740
  • in Canada, 125
  • in Italy. 125
  • Station, Investigation on Turbulence in
  • Internal-Combustion Engines, 290*, 319* : Pulvcriscd-Fuel Vortex Combustion Cham¬ber, 475
  • Sec also ('(nil: Oil ; Gas ; Pulverised Coal Fullagar Diesel Engine, 2,500-h.p. Six-Cylinder
  • Engine (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 7*
  • Fumes from Electric Power Stations, 305
  • Sulphurous, Elimination from Flue (fast*. Report, 709*
  • Funk, N. E., on Combined Hydro and Steam Power Systems, 313
  • Furnaces, Boiler, Investigations on Refrac¬tories for, 794
  • Locomotive, Combustion in, 380
  • See also Stoker
  • Blast, Dust-Concentration Meter for (fa*. 759
  • Theory of Operation, 371, 817*
  • Thin-Walled, Prague Ironworks Co.. 371, 817*
  • Electric. Applications of, 503
  • High-Frequency, for Steel Making, 409*, 417
  • Glass-Melting, 750, 755*
  • Specifications for Tank Blocks, 813
  • Graphical Methods of Fuel Control, 659
  • Industrial, Heat Problems in (Review), 224
  • Open-Hearth, British and Continental
  • Steelworks, 378*, 417, 447*
  • Pulverised-Coal Firing in Restricted Span*. 573*, 638*
  • Furness, Withy A Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Incemore ” Pulveriscd-Fucl Installation, 276*
  • Fiirst Hardenberg Mine, Dortmund, Kiessel¬bach Feed-Water Storage System, 644*
  • Fuses, Examination by X-Rays, 788*
  • Fusluin, Japan, Oil-Shale Distilling System. 91
  • Fusion Tests, Coal-Ash, Report, 314
  • Welding. See Welding

G.

  • GABLER, R., on Pumped Storage Reservoirs and Power Supply of Towns, 249.
  • Gaby, Dr. F. A., on Electricity In Domestic and Agricultural Use, 59.
  • Gale, G. G., on Hydro-Electric Industry in Canada, 250.
  • Galocsy, Z. von, on Oxygen in Gasification. 312.
  • Ganassini, Prof. G., on Water for Power and Irrigation in Italy, 249.
  • Ganz-Jendrassik Type Diesel Engine, 415.
  • Garcke, E., the Late, 659.
  • Gardner, L., A. Sons, Ltd., 38-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 553*
  • Garin, Mr., on Locomotives in the Mims of Dourges, 126.
  • (fas, Acetylene. See Acetylene
  • Appliances, Products of Combustion from. 689
  • Association, American, Experiments on
  • Ethvlmercaptan for Gas-Leak Detection. 405
  • Blast-Furnace, Dust-Concentration Meter for, 759
  • Cleaning and Filtering, Electrical Metliod*.504
  • Coke Oven. See Coke Oven
  • Company, South Metropolitan, Laboratory Experience of 377
  • Consumption and production, 561
  • Decomposition by Pressure, 311
  • Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • Engineers, Institution of, Autumn Meeting.
  • Report on Use of Creosote in Manufacture of Carburetted Water (las, 689 ; Report on Products of Combustion from (fas Appliances, 689 ; Behaviour of Refractory Materials in Continuous Vertical Retorts, by A. T. Green, 689 ; Report on Corrosion of lfipes, 689; Report on Disposal of Liquor Effluents from Gas Works, 689; Report, on Phenol Recovery Plants in Germany 689; Report on Sulphate of Ammonia Production, 689
  • Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Flow, Measurement of, 701
  • Flue, Removal of Ash from, 150*
  • Fuel, Use in Airships, 148, 343, 353
  • Furnace, Action on Refractories. 794
  • and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH Index
  • Heating Equipment, Domestic. 29
  • Ignition by Sudden Compression, Investi¬gations, National Physical Laboratory. 147
  • in Industrial Heating, 126
  • Industry, Benzole Extraction in, 311 Producer Gas in. 312
  • in Switzerland, 312
  • Ix‘ak Detection by Ethylmcrcaptnn. 405
  • Mains of Ixmdon, 583
  • Temporary, New York Subway (’<nstruetion, 510*
  • Mantles, Testing of, 377
  • Manufacture, Influence of Size of Coal, 613
  • Phenol Recovery Plants in Germany, 689
  • Refractories for Continuous Vertical
  • Retorts, 689
  • Natural, Inflammability of Mixture with
  • Air, Report, 439
  • United States Industry. 648
  • Pipes, Corrosion of, 689
  • as Power in United States, 28
  • 'Producer and Water, Use in Nickel Manu¬facture, 455
  • Gas Production, Effect of Prices of By-Products, 311
  • in Relation to Street Lighting, 377
  • Removal from Aluminium Alloys, 334. 340*
  • and Segregation in Cast Aluminium Alloys. 358, 381*
  • and Steam Engineering (Review), 195
  • Supply, Effect of Legislation and Public Control, 21
  • in Germany, 28
  • in High-Pressure Cylinders, 28
  • Increased Pressure. 29
  • Progress in Rate Fixing, 28
  • in United States, 28
  • Town, Cooling of, 311
  • Water, Carburetted, Use of Creosote in Manufacture, 689
  • Production in Coke-Cooling Plants, 544
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Works. Effluents from, Treatment and Disposal of, 311, 689
  • and Electric Power Stations, Co-opera¬tion, 318
  • See also Acetylene; Carbon Monoxide;
  • Hydrogen ; Nitrogen ; Oxygen, Ac.
  • Gaseous Discharge Tubes, Electric Lighting by, 560
  • Gasification, Use of Oxygen, 312
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Aero¬nautics
  • (fates, Guard, Welland Ship Canal, 63*
  • Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 611*, 674*
  • Sluice and Falling, Anderten Locks. Mittel¬land Canal. 159*
  • Talntor, Welland Ship Canal, 64*, 131* Gauges, Fillet and Radius (Brown A Sharpe
  • Manufacturing Co.), 244
  • Plug, Tests at National Physical Laboratory, 318
  • Pressure, Relay-Operated, for Boiler Houses
  • (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 568*
  • (Javier, Dr. M. L. V., on Macro- and Micro¬structure in Non-Ferrous Alloys, 380*. See, 358
  • (fear Boxes, Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Differential. See also Molor-Car Details
  • Epicyclic, for Motors, Advantages of, 498
  • Hobbed, Defects of, 479*
  • Power Transmission by, Progress in. 416
  • Reduction, Bauer-Wach Machinery, SS. “ St. Clair,” 418*, 485*
  • Speed-Reducing, Epicyclic (R. Henln), 515*
  • Transmission, for Motor Vehicles, 416 (
  • feared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propul¬sion
  • (fearing, Power Transmission by, Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 67
  • Reduction, with Fottinger Transmission.
  • M.S. “ Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Transmission, for Oil-Engine Locomotives, 416
  • (Jenera 1 Dredging Contractors, Ltd., Diesel Engined Dredger. 201
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Photo-Electric (’ells, 108; Laboratory Work on Public Lighting, 377 ; Exhibits at Cardiff Exhibi¬tion, 658; High-Tension Reversing Con¬tactor, 797
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Station. See Power Station
  • (feneration, Electric, Development in Switzer¬land, 26
  • Generators, Electric, 43, 750 kvt-a. Alternator, Watless-Load Tests, 1*
  • 13,750 kv.-a., Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 119*
  • 33.000-36.000 volt Brimsdown Power
  • Station, 189*. 259*
  • -kw., Dual-Voltage, Petrol-Driven, for Wireless Transmitter, 759*
  • Economic Speeds for. 454. See Letters, 519
  • in German Pumped-Storage Power-Plants, 249
  • High-Speed, Safety of Rotors, 242*. See Letter,294
  • High Terminal Voltage, 27. See 189*, 259*
  • Large, Construction of, 21
  • Limitation in Size of, 27. See 242*. See Letter, 294
  • Manufacture of Rotor Shafts for, 127*. See Letter, 211
  • for Mines, Standard Specification, 188
  • 40,000 kv.-a., Three-Phase, at kiziska-Gorne, Poland, 26
  • Water-Driven, Rating of, 27
  • 30,000-kw., West Ham Power Station Extensions, 709
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Geochemical Migration of the Elements Review), 673
  • Geological Structure of the Earth, 622
  • Georgetown, British Guiana, Automatic Sewage-Pumping Plant, 754
  • Gerard, M. E., on Reinforced Concrete in Engineering, 728
  • (ierbel, B. M., on Economic Limits of Turbine Bleeding, 248
  • Gerckc, E., on Internal-Combustion Engines for Electric Generation, 808
  • (fercke. M., on Diesel Engines for Peak Loads, 571
  • German Association of Boiler Owners, Investi¬gations on High-Pressure Boilers, 545
  • Benzol Union, Tests of High-Compression Motor Fuels, 415
  • High-Speed Oil Engines, 534*
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 373*, 417, 447*
  • Power Stations, Fuels for, 249
  • Society of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects, German Society of
  • State Railways, Locomotive Development on, 214; Combined Heat and Power Plants, 248
  • Steamers, Fire-protect!ng Measures in, 458
  • and Motorships, Machinery of, 477
  • Germany, Coal Resources of, 92
  • Combined Heat and Power Supply in, 248
  • Conditions in iron ami Steel Industry, 17. See Letter, 43
  • Gas Production, Effect of Prices of By-Products, 311
  • in Relation to Street Lighting, 377
  • Removal from Aluminium Alloys, 334. 340*
  • and Segregation in Cast Aluminium Alloys. 358, 381*
  • and Steam Engineering (Review), 195
  • Supply, Effect of Legislation and Public Control, 21
  • in Germany, 28
  • in High-Pressure Cylinders, 28
  • Increased Pressure. 29
  • Progress in Rate Fixing, 28
  • in United States, 28
  • Town, Cooling of, 311
  • Water, Carburetted, Use of Creosote in Manufacture, 689
  • Production in Coke-Cooling Plants, 544
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Works. Effluents from, Treatment and Disposal of, 311, 689
  • and Electric Power Stations, Co-opera¬tion, 318
  • See also Acetylene; Carbon Monoxide;
  • Hydrogen ; Nitrogen ; Oxygen, Ac.
  • Gaseous Discharge Tubes, Electric Lighting by, 560
  • Gasification, Use of Oxygen, 312
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Aero¬nautics
  • (fates, Guard, Welland Ship Canal, 63*
  • Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 611*, 674*
  • Sluice and Falling, Anderten Locks. Mittel¬land Canal. 159*
  • Talntor, Welland Ship Canal, 64*, 131
  • Gauges, Fillet and Radius (Brown A Sharpe Manufacturing Co.), 244
  • Plug, Tests at National Physical Laboratory, 318
  • Pressure, Relay-Operated, for Boiler Houses
  • (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 568*
  • (Javier, Dr. M. L. V., on Macro- and Micro¬structure in Non-Ferrous Alloys, 380*. See, 358
  • (fear Boxes, Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Differential. See also Molor-Car Details
  • Epicyclic, for Motors, Advantages of, 498
  • Hobbed, Defects of, 479*
  • Power Transmission by, Progress in. 416
  • Reduction, Bauer-Wach Machinery, SS. “ St. Clair,” 418*, 485*
  • Speed-Reducing, Epicyclic (R. Henln), 515*
  • Transmission, for Motor Vehicles, 416
  • (eared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propul¬sion
  • (fearing, Power Transmission by, Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 67
  • Reduction, with Fottinger Transmission.
  • M.S. “ Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Transmission, for Oil-Engine Locomotives, 416
  • (Jenera 1 Dredging Contractors, Ltd., Diesel Engined Dredger. 201
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Photo-Electric (’ells, 108; Laboratory Work on Public Lighting, 377 ; Exhibits at Cardiff Exhibi¬tion, 658; High-Tension Reversing Con¬tactor, 797
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Station. See Power Station
  • Generation, Electric, Development in Switzer¬land, 26
  • Generators, Electric, 43, 750 kvt-a. Alternator, Watless-Load Tests, 1*
  • 13,750 kv.-a., Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 119*
  • 33.000-36.000 volt Brimsdown Power Station, 189*. 259*
  • |-kw., Dual-Voltage, Petrol-Driven, for Wireless Transmitter, 759*
  • Economic Speeds for. 454. See Letters, 519
  • in German Pumped-Storage Power-Plants, 249
  • High-Speed, Safety of Rotors, 242*. See Letter,294
  • High Terminal Voltage, 27. See 189*, 259*
  • Large, Construction of, 21
  • Limitation in Size of, 27. See 242*. See Letter, 294
  • Manufacture of Rotor Shafts for, 127*. See Letter, 211
  • for Mines, Standard Specification, 188
  • 40,000 kv.-a., Three-Phase, at kiziska-Gorne, Poland, 26
  • Water-Driven, Rating of, 27
  • 30,000-kw., West Ham Power Station Extensions, 709
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Geochemical Migration of the Elements Review), 673
  • Geological Structure of the Earth, 622
  • Georgetown, British Guiana, Automatic Sewage-Pumping Plant, 754
  • Gerard, M. E., on Reinforced Concrete in Engineering, 728
  • (ierbel, B. M., on Economic Limits of Turbine Bleeding, 248
  • Gerckc, E., on Internal-Combustion Engines for Electric Generation, 808
  • (fercke. M., on Diesel Engines for Peak Loads, 571
  • German Association of Boiler Owners, Investi¬gations on High-Pressure Boilers, 545
  • Benzol Union, Tests of High-Compression Motor Fuels, 415
  • High-Speed Oil Engines, 534*
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 373*, 417, 447*
  • Power Stations, Fuels for, 249
  • Society of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects, German Society of
  • State Railways, Locomotive Development on, 214; Combined Heat and Power Plants, 248
  • Steamers, Fire-protect!ng Measures in, 458
  • and Motorships, Machinery of, 477
  • Germany, Coal Resources of, 92
  • Combined Heat and Power Supply in, 248
  • Conditions in iron ami Steel Industry, 17. See Letter, 43
  • Germany, Domestic and Agricultural Use of Electricity, 59
  • Economic Conditions in. Report, 808
  • Electrolytic Industries of. 501
  • Engineering Markets of, 87, 150, 453, 010, 733, 809
  • Gas Supply in, 28
  • Import of Electricity from Norway, 210
  • Mittclland (’anal and Andertcn Locks, 36*, 101 ♦, 159*
  • Pumping Plants for Power Storage in, 248
  • Steam Production in, 213
  • Switchgear Practice in, 505
  • Waste-11 eat Utilisation in, 248
  • Water Power in (Review), 33
  • Geyer, W., on Electric Motors in Industry, 504
  • Giant Pressure Gauge for Boiler Houses, 508
  • Gibbs, Dr. W. E., on Air Kilters for Internal-Combustion Engines, 221*. See Letter, 295*
  • Giblett, M. A., on Meteorological Relations of Atmospherics. 701
  • Gibson. F., Electric Boiler and Heat-Accumu¬lator System. 400*
  • Gilfen, E., on High-Speed Heavy-Oil Engines, 532*. See 319, 305
  • Gilbert, E. M., on Operation of Holland Power Station, 778
  • Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, 122*
  • Glands and Brass Tubes, Standard Specifica¬tion, 180
  • Labyrinth, Back-Pressure Steam Turbine, 700*
  • Glanville, Dr. W. IL, on Small Movements in Concrete, 728
  • Glasgow. Royal Technical College, Calendar, 372 ; Report, 080
  • Glass Furnaces, Specifications for Tank Blocks, 813
  • Insulators, Tests of, 347
  • Sheet, Manufacture of, 749, 755*
  • Structure of, 813
  • Technology, Society of, Joint Meeting with
  • Ceramic Society, Structure of Glasses: Evidence of X-Ray Diffraction, by .1. T. Randall, 11. P. Rooksby and B. S. Cooper, 813 ; Measurement of Plasticity of Clays and Some Applications, by E. J. C. Bow- maker, 813; Specifications for Tank Blocks, by W. J. Rees, 813 ; Notes on Casting of Refractories, by W. Emery, 814
  • Tubes, Determination of Internal Diameter, 318*
  • Glasspoole, Dr. J., on Heavy Falls of Rain, 814
  • Glenfield A’ Kennedy, Ltd., Penstock Valves, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 075*
  • Gnar, River, Nigeria, Hvdro-Electric Power Plant, 219
  • Golaz, Dr. M., on Flow over Weirs, 125
  • Gold beck, A. 'I’., on Flexural Tests of Concrete Beams, 105
  • Gorbunoff. C., on Characteristics of Hydraulic Turbines. 158
  • “Gorgon,” H.M.S., History of, 140
  • Gosau Lakes, Hydro-Electric Power Station, Pumping Operations at, 157
  • Goto, S., on Thermal Power Plants in Japan, 250
  • Gourdon, G., Insect Traps, 130
  • Governor Gear for Single-Cvlinder Oil Engine, 40*
  • 10,000-kw. Back-Pressure Steam Turbine, 700*, 701*
  • 25,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 189*
  • Grabs, Discharging Plant, Porto Marghera, Venice, 457*
  • Grain Dryer (E. R. & F. Turner, Ltd.), 81*
  • Refinement- in Aluminium Alloys, 334, 340*
  • “ Graf Zeppelin ” Airship, Construction of, 353 ; Flights of, 413
  • Graham, A., on Valve Amplifiers for Duddell Oscillographs, 671*. See Letter, 720*
  • Grand Union Canal, New Locks, 590
  • Grass, Esparto, Handling Plant for Paper Mills, 487*
  • Gravel and Sand Washing Machine (F. Parker, Ltd.), 420*
  • Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Grav, C. S., on Flat Arches of Ferro-Concrete. '728
  • Grazioli, V., on Fuel Research in Italy, 125
  • Grease and Oil Removal, Tri-Sodium Phos¬phate for, 814
  • Great Britain, Engineering Markets of, 84♦, 151*, 100, 301*, 452*. 009*, 732*, 780, 809
  • Marine Oil-Engine Industry in. 478
  • Rail Transport in, Economics of (Review), 34
  • “ Great Britain,” S.S., History of. 042
  • “ Great Eastern,” S.S., History of, 043
  • Southern Railway, Ireland, Trial of Drumin Storage Battery, 293, 712
  • Western Railway, Brazil, 2-0-2 -f- 2-0-2 Type Articulated Locomotives, 520*
  • Railway, 120-ton Cnxodile Wagon for Electrical Machinery, 42*, 412* ; Engi¬neering Improvements on. 590; Old Broad-Gauge Locomotives, 211.
  • Green, A. T., on Fireclay Products, 10: on Refractory Materials in Continuous Vertical Retorts, 089
  • Green, R. A’ H„ and Silley Weir, Ltd., Pul- verised-Fucl Installation, S.8. “ Incemore,” 270*
  • Greenwich, Fuel Research Station, Pulverised- Fuel Vortex Com bust ion Chamber, 475
  • Gregory, J. P., the l>ate, 234
  • Gregory, Prof. J. W., on Machinery of the Earth, 022
  • Gregory, R. W., on British Practice in High- Power Switching, 504
  • " Greyhound,” H.M.S., Fronde’s Experiments on, 110, 154
  • Grigson. T. IL, on Composition, Mixing and Application of Concrete, 728
  • Grimm, W., on Swiss Gas Industry, 312
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Grit Emission from Chimneys, Reduction of, 312
  • Grog and (’lay. Mechanical Properties of, 10 in Firebricks, 509
  • Grogan, J. D„ on Gas Removal and Grain Refinement of Aluminium Alloys, 340*. See 334 ; on Pressure Die-Cast Aluminium Alloy Test Pieces, 345*. See 334

Grove Road Power Station, Flue-Gas Cleaning Plant. 709*

  • Griinhiit-Bartolctti, on Power Development of the Danube, 571
  • Guard Gates, Welland Ship Canal, 63
  • Gueugnon Company, Open-Hearth Furnaces, 376
  • Gun-Metal, Admiralty, Effect of Phosphorus, 388
  • Gunfire Sounds, Screening Southend-on-Sea from, 731 *
  • GAnther, K., on Locomotive Development in Germany, 214
  • Gyromagnctic Effect, 700

H.

  • HA AN EL, B. F. on Fuel Research in Canada, 125
  • Hadflcid, Sir R. A., on Gas and Electricity in Industrial Heating, 126
  • Haideggcr, E., on Energy Balances of Central European States, 92
  • Haigh, Prof. IL H., on Brittle Fracture of Metals, 685*, 717*, 752*
  • Hanson. Prof. I)., on Non-Ferrous Metals in the Aeronautical Industry, 333
  • Harbour Breakwater, Valparaiso, ( bile, Con¬struction of, 332, 335
  • Port Colborne, Welland Ship Canal, 637*
  • Port Weller, Welland Ship Canal. 576*
  • Portsmouth, Old Iron Chain Link from 44*. See Letter.118*
  • Works, Churchill, Manitoba, 720
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Hardening Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Hargreaves, F., on Ball-Hardness and Allo¬tropy of Lead, 389
  • Harland A Wolff, Ltd., M.S. “ Winchester Castle,” 490.* See Erratum, 523
  • Hnrinet Process, Steel Ingots, Heterogeneity of, 371, 565*
  • Harpreeht, E., on Interconnection of Power and Heat Plants, 248
  • Harvey, W. 15., on Alloy Steels, 280
  • Hasenclever A.(J., Maschinenfabrik, Screw Presses, 231*
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H., on Permanence under Stress at Elevated Temperatures, 600*. See 404
  • Haulage Engine. Electric, Triest-Opieina Mountain Railway, 135*
  • HavliCek, I)r. J., on Compressed Air and Elec¬tricity in Witkowitz Company’s Coal Mines, 126
  • Hawksley Lecture on Machinery of the Eartii, 622
  • Haworth, J., on River Pollution, 729
  • Hawthorn, Leslie A Co., Ltd., H.M. Destroyers " Boadicea,” and ’’ Blanche ” Launch, 430. See Erratum, 492
  • Hay, Prof. D., on Compressed Air and Elec¬tricity in Collieries, 105, 126
  • Haydite Concrete, Tests of, 105
  • Hazen, Dr. A., the Late. 763
  • Healey, M. V., on Cast-Iron Test Bars, 281
  • Health, Ministry of. Report on Trade Effluents and Sewers. 47 ; Report on Public (’leansing in London, 77 ; Report on Alkali Works, 1929, 305; Thames Flood Prevention Schemes,470; Building Legislation Revision, 716
  • Heat Insulating Materials, Diatomaceous Earth for, 570
  • Power (Review), 485
  • and Power Plants, Combined, 51, 248
  • Problems in Industrial Furnaces (Review), 224
  • Recovery from Italian Locomotives, 248
  • Specific. Sec Specific Heat
  • Supply and Power-Supply Stations, 51, 248
  • Transfer, Convection, Calculation of, 177*, 193*. See Letters, 274, 405, 783
  • from Tube to Water, 683, 687*, 691*, 708 788*, 821*. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Transmission, and Fluid Friction, Investi¬gations, National Physical laboratory, 66
  • in Lofller Boiler, 632*
  • Research Work on, 125
  • Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy Waste. See H’tf.sfc Heat
  • Heater, Air, for Super-Lancashire Boiler Unit, 378*
  • Feed-Water. See Feed-Water
  • Heating Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • Electric, in Industry, 503
  • of Reserve Turbo-Generators, 245*, 279*
  • (fas, Domestic Equipment, 29
  • industrial, (fas and Electricity, 126
  • Steam, in Paris, 248
  • in United States, 248
  • and Ventilation of Buildings (Review), 33
  • and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of, Admission Examinations, 74; Cost of Operating Industrial and Private Electric Generating Sets, Compared with Public Supply, E. G. Phillips, 807
  • Heigan Coal Mines, Manchuria, 244
  • Heilman, R. H., on Heat Transmission and In¬sulation, 125
  • Helical Gears. Sec Gears
  • Helium Production, Amarillo, Texas, 229
  • Use in Airships, 341, 354, 465
  • Hell Gate Power Station, Operating Data, 25
  • Heller, Gebr., High-Speed Metal Saws, 232
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Henderson, J. M., A Co., Ltd., Cable Drag-Scraper for Fen Drainage, 138*
  • Henin, R., Epieyelic Speed-Reducing (fear, 515*
  • Henkel A Cie. G.m.b.H., Emulsion De-greaser, 814
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Norton Angular Wheel Grinding Machine, 617*
  • Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh. Calendar, 618
  • Herzfeld, Dr. A. A., on Motor-Vehicle Engines and Fuels,'415
  • Heterogeneity of Harinet Com pressed-Steel Ingots, 371 ♦, 505*
  • Hey Engineering Co., Quadruple-Head Drilling and Tapping Machine. 815*
  • Higgins, .1. II.. on Phosphorus in Wrought Iron 281
  • High Held Electrical Co., Ltd., Automatic Traffic Controller, 106*
  • High-Speed Steel. See Steel
  • Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials) Highways. See Hoads
  • “ Himalaya,” H.M.S.. History of. 643
  • Hind, S. It., on Mechanical Properties of Plastic Clay, in
  • ” Hindustan,” H.M.I. Sloop. Trials, 586
  • Hirschfcld, ('. F., on Research in Power De¬velopment, 216
  • History of Naval and Marine Engineering, 145 190, 315, 641
  • H.M.SS. Sec under Warships
  • Hobbed Gears, Defects of. 479*
  • Nobbing Machines, Gear. See (Sear under Machine Tools
  • Hodson, G. A., on Road-Brick Manufacture in United States and Holland. 615
  • Hoentrop Steelworks, Open-Hearth Furnaces, 375*
  • Hogg, T. H., on Water-Power Development in Canada. 157
  • Hoisting Plant and Cranes (Review), 225
  • Holland, Coal Mining in (Review), 673
  • Destroyers for, 650
  • Engineering Markets of. 87, 160, 453. 733, 800
  • Power Station. Operation of. 778
  • Road Paving-Brick Manufacture in, 615
  • Sec also A’ ether 17 ads
  • Boilings, IL, on Benzole Extraction in Gas Industry, 311
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., Air-Operated Ventilat¬ing Fan, 540*
  • Holt, A., A Co., Cargo Liners, Economies o 79. 89
  • Home Office Inspector’s Report, Factories and Workshops, 206
  • Hong Kong. Government of. 4-6-0 Type Loco¬motive, 697*
  • Hopper Dredger. See Dredger
  • Separating, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 488*
  • Horden Collieries, Ltd., Pneumatic Coal-Clean¬ing Plant, 390*
  • Horn, Dr. K. R. van, on Lattice Distortion and Hardening of Metals, 358
  • Hornell. Prof. P. G., Arapuni Hydro-Electric Power Scheme, 676*
  • Horological Work, National Physical Labora¬tory. 273
  • llottel, H. (’., on Heat. Transmission and Insu¬lation, 125
  • House Refuse, Collection and Disposal in London, 77
  • Disposal Plant, Huddersfield, 546*
  • Systems of Disposal, 730
  • Housing Schemes. London County Council, 583, 589
  • Hovgaard, Prof. W.,on Strength of Pipe Bends, 655
  • Howard, J. A F., Ltd., Four-Furrow Tractor Plough, 81*
  • Howarth, G. B. 11., on Domestic Gas-Heating Equipment, 29
  • Howcroft Carriage and Engineering Co., Tra¬velling Electric Show Room, 775
  • Hruschka, Dr. A., on Load Distribution on Traction Networks, 215
  • Huddersfield Refuse-Disposal Plant, 546
  • Hudson Bay, Churchill Harbour Works, 720
  • Hudson, l)r. J. C., on Effect of Atmosphere on Breaking Load of Wires, 507. See 386
  • Hudson Tunnel, New York, Prevention of Caisson Disease during Construction, 331 336, 358
  • Hugel, E., on Cracking of Hydrocarbons. 91
  • Hughes, (»., on Wind Resistance of Ship. 184* See 116
  • Hugill, W., on Diatoms in Heat-Insulating Materials, 570; on Effect of Repeated Burning of Lime-Bonded Silica Bricks, 570
  • Hull Association of Engineers, Jorgensen Double-Acting Diesel Engine, by O. E. Jorgensen, 260*, 307*
  • Humbcrstone Supply Weir, Welland Ship Canal, 63*. 131*
  • Hum-mer Screening Plant, Coal-Cleaning Plant Horden, 390*
  • Humphreys, Sir G. W., on Public Services of London,582. Sec 589
  • Hungarian State Railways, Oil-Engine-Driven Carriages, 416
  • Hunt^H., SOn8’ Tap’SharPeninK Machine,
  • Hunziker, E., on Large Three-Phase Genera¬tors, 26
  • Hure, P., Etahlisscmcnts. Universal Millinc Machine, 232*
  • Hurley. T. F.,on Turbulence in Petrol Engines 290*. See 319
  • Hursh, Prof. R, K., on Boiler Furnace Re¬fractories, 794
  • Huskisson Dock, Liverpool, 122*
  • Hydraulic Clutch, Daimler Motor-Car 528*
  • Coupling, Fdttinger, S.S. ” St, Clair,” 418*
  • 485* ; M.S. ” Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Machine Tools. Sec Machine Tools
  • Press. Sec Press under Machine Tools Pumps. See Pump
  • Turbines. See Turbines ; Power Plant Hydraulics, Chdzy’s Formula, Coefficient in, 125
  • Dilution Method of Flow Measurement, 125
  • See also Hydrodynamics ; Irrigation ; B’flfcr
  • Hydraulik, G.m.b.H., 1,000-ton Plate-Bendlnu Press, 471*
  • Hydrocarbons, (’racking of, 91
  • Gas in United States, 28
  • Hydrodynamics and Aerodynamics, Handbook of (Review), 575
  • Research Work in, 125
  • See also Ship Resistance
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant, See Power Plant
  • Hydrogen-Air Explosions, Unexpected, 252*

I.

  • ICE Conditions in Hydro-Electric Power Plants, 158
  • Removal from Power-Transmission Lines, 347 See also Refrigeration
  • Ignition, Gas, by Sudden Compression. Inves¬tigations, National Physical Laboratory, 147
  • Illinois Super Power Co., Rossmann Speed Control for Electric Motors, 694*. See Addend mu. 740
  • Illumination and Consumption of Electricity, of Factories, 504. 797
  • by Gaseous-Discharge Tubes, 560
  • Penetration of Daylight into Buildings, 814
  • Research Committee. RejH>rt on Reflection from Road Surfaces. 698; Report on Penetration of Daylight and Sunlight into Buildings, 814
  • See also Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Power Plant at Billingham, 119*. 183*. 217*
  • College of Science and Technology, Course
  • for Quarry Engineers, 44-
  • Syllabus, Department of Aeronautics, 372
  • Conference and Empire Trade, 176, 621
  • Impact Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines I.N.A. Lubrication System for Ships. 660 Incandescent Lamps. Sec Lamps under Elec¬tric
  • “ Incemore,” S.S., Todd Pulverised-Fuel Instal¬lation. 276*
  • Incinerators, Huddersfield Refuse-Lispcral Plant, 546*
  • Indentation, Mutual. Hardness Testing by, 282
  • India, (’anal Irrigation in the Punjab (Review), 545
  • Engineering Markets of, 87, 151*, 160, 610, 733
  • Madras Irrigation Works, Report. 148
  • Indian Navy, H.M. Sloop ” Hindustan,” Trials, 586
  • Railways, Report on, 496
  • Rainfall, Annual Variability, 740
  • Sillimanite, Experiments with. 10
  • State Rail wavs, 4-6-2 Tvpe Locomotives, 294*
  • Indicator. Bouncing-Pin, Use in 'I'ests on Anti- Knock Motor Fuels. 468, 512*
  • Diagram. 95-h.p. High-Speed Oil Engine, 585*
  • 9-h.p. Single-Cylinder Oil Engine, 804*
  • Gear, 2,500-h.p. Fullagar-Diesel Engine, 9
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric See Electric
  • Motor. See Mctor. Electric Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Agreements and Disputes. See Labour
  • Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Development and Power Problems, 216
  • Economics. See Labour
  • Fatigue. See Labour
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Heating, Gas and Electricity, 126
  • Legislation, 684
  • Management. See Works Management
  • Notes. See Labour Notes under Labour
  • Prosperity, Electricity as Index of, 216
  • Research. See Research Industrialism and Civilisation, 111
  • Industries, Iron and Steel, Continental, Indus¬trial Conditions in. Report, 17. See Letter, 43
  • Traditional, Scientific Methods in. 715
  • See also Trade and Paragraph Index Industry, Oxy-Acetylene, Report, 78
  • Power in, and Economic Efficiency, 216
  • and Research. Lockyer Lecture on. 684
  • Trade-Union Policy in, 299
  • Uses of Electricity in, 503
  • Inflammability Tester, .lent zseh.. 458*
  • Ingots for High-Speed Rotors, 242*. See Letter.294
  • Mould Planing Machine (S. A. Fetu-Deflze), 69*
  • Steel, Harinet Process, Heterogeneity of. 371, 565*
  • Injection Apparatus, Steam, Leffler Boiler, 632*
  • Inland Navigation. See Canals ; Rivers, &e. inorganic Compounds, Structure of Solid
  • State in, 701
  • Insects, Disease-Carrving, and Engineering Works. 331, 336
  • Traps (G. Gourdon), 130
  • Inspectors, Sanitary. Training Courses for, 202
  • Institute of Transport. Sec Transport See Institutions
  • Institution, Royal. See Royal Institution
  • Scientific and Technical, Association of, Incorporation, 555
  • and Technical, Co-operation between, 653. See Letter, 754
  • Technical and Scientific. See Acetylene
  • Association, British ; Agricultural Engineer¬ing, Institute of; Agricultural Society, Royal; Automobile Engineers, Institution of ; British Association ; Ceramic Society ; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Consulting Engineers, Association of; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Electroplaters' and Depositors' Technical Society; Engin¬eers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institu¬tion of; Fuel, Institute of; (las Associa¬tion, American; (las Engineers, Institution of; Glass Technology, Society of; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of; Hull Association of Engineers; Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, American; Mechanical Engineers, Ameri¬can Society of; Mechanical Engineers,
  • I nst it at ion of ; Metals, 1 nst it tile of; Meteorological Society, Royal; Mining
  • Engineers, Institution of; Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of; Municipal and County Engineers, Inst Hut ion of; Faval Architects, German Society of; Naval Architects, Institution of; Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society of; Newcomen Society; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders ; Petroleum Technologists, Institution of; Professional Civil Servants, Institution of; Public Cleansing, Institute of; Public Lighting Engineers, Association of; Quarry¬ing, Institute of; Rugby Engineering Society; Sanitary Institute, Royal; Scienti¬fic and Technical Institutions, Association of ; Sewage Disposal Works, Association of Managers of; Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association; South Wales Institute of Engineers; Special Libraries and Informution Bureaux, Association of; Steelwork Association, British; Structural Engineers, Institution of; Supervising Eleetrii ul Enginet is, Association of; Testing Materials, J merieun Society for ; Transport Institute of; Waterworks Association, British Insulating Materials, Heat, Diatomaceous Eartii for, 570
  • Insulation, Heat, Researches in, 125
  • See also Electric
  • Intensifier, Hydraulic, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., 165*
  • Internal Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics ;
  • Engines; Motor-Cars; Motor Boats; Trac¬tors
  • Grinder. See Grinder under Machine 'Tools International Agricultural Tractor Trials, 367*. 401*, 437*, 466
  • Electrotechnical Commission and Inter¬national Organisations, 239
  • International Harvester Co., of Great Britain,
  • Ltd., 10-20 h.p. Agricultural Tractor, 402*
  • Marine Motor Trials, Belgium, 427
  • Trade. See Trade Inventions, Histcry of, 531 See also Patents
  • Ireland, Great Southern Railway, Trial cf
  • Driunin Storage Battery, 293. 712
  • Silent Valley Reservoir, Physiological
  • Effects in Compressed-Air Work, 352
  • Irish Free State, Engineering Markets of, 87, 453
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and S'.eel
  • Armco, Effect of Understressing, 281
  • Carbonyl ami Lubricating Oil in Petrol Engines, 31*, 99
  • Chains, Failurcof, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 67
  • Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Foundry. See Foundry
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • Manufacture. Sec Furnaces, Blast ; Metal¬lurgy
  • Ore. See Ore
  • Pig, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagram
  • Production of Thin-Walled Blast Furn¬aces, 372, 817*
  • Rolling Mills. See Bolling Mills
  • Sheeting, Corrugated, Protection of, 526
  • Stainless, Structure of, 759
  • and Steel Industries, Continental. Industrial
  • Conditions in, Report. 17. See Letter, 43
  • Industry in Germany, 808

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Autumn Meeting, Prague:
  • Programme, 235, 329
  • Reports of Discussions, 371, 404, 417
  • Election of Officers, 404
  • Visits and Excursions, 404, 418
  • Heterogeneity of Ingots made by Harmet Process, by Dr. A. Kriz, 565*. See 371
  • Reasons which Compelled the Prague Ironworks Co. to Introduce Thin- Walled Blast Furnaces, by Dr. J. Sarek, 817*. See 371
  • Permanence of Dimensions under Stress at Elevated Temperatures, bv Dr. W. II. Hatfield, 600*. See 404
  • Analysis of Basie Slags and Representa¬tion of Conwosition in Triangular Diagram, by Prof. O. Quadrat, 404
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works: Com¬parison of British and Continental Installations and Practice, by H. C. Wood, 373*, 447*. See 417
  • High-Frequency Steel Furnaces, by D. F. Campbell, 409*. See 417
  • Effect of Contamination by Nitrogen on Structure of Electric Welds, by L. W. Schuster, 538*
  • Quantitative Analysis of Steels by Spec¬trum Analysis, by F. Twyman and A. A. Fitch, 635*
  • Iron and Steel Institute, American, Cold
  • Rolling of Strip Steel, by S. Badlam, 759; Structures of the High-Chromium Stainless Steels and Irons, by E. C. Bain, 759; Recording Dust-Concen¬tration Meter for Blast-Furnace Gas, by Dr. A. W. Simon, 759; Trans¬portation within the Steel Plant, by D. M. Petty, 760; Dry Cleaning of Coal, bv K. C. Applcyard and E. O’Toole,’760
  • Pickling of (Review), 274
  • Works, Gas Engines and Steam Turbines for, 248
  • Works, Waste-Heat Boilers in, 214
  • World Markets for, 84*, 151*, 160, 301*, 452*, 609*, 732*, 780, 809
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX’ Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Wrought, Effect of Phosphorus in. 281
  • See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron; Metallurgy
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges; Columns;
  • Steelwork ; Structures
  • Irrigation, Canal, in the Punjab (Review), 545
  • and Water Power in Italy, 249
  • Works in Madras. Report, 148
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Irwin, K. M., on Operation of Deepwater Power Station, 778

Island Falls, Hydro-Electric Plant, Saskatche¬wan, Canada, 244

  • Isle of Grain, Yantlet, Gunfire Sounds from, 731*
  • Issy-les-Moulineaux Power Station, Boiler Control. 505
  • Italian Electric Power Stations, 313
  • Locomotives, Heat Recovery from, 248
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 373*, 417, 447*
  • Railways, Portable Transformer Substation, 510*
  • and Tramways, Electric Traction on, 215
  • State Railways, 4-0-2 Type Diesel Locomo¬tive, 045*
  • Italy, Coal and Natural Gas in, 92
  • Economic Conditions in, Report, 434
  • Engineering Markets of, 87, 100, 453. 733, 809
  • Fuel Research in. 125
  • Railway Electrification in, 710
  • Turbines and Pumping Plant in. 157
  • Water Power and Irrigation in, 157, 249

J.

  • JACKAMAN, C. J.,on Concrete in Engineering Works. 728
  • .Iakovlev, Dr. E. IL, cn Leningrad State Generating Plant, 92
  • ‘•James Archbald,” High-Pressure Compound Locomotive. Delaware and Hudson Rail¬road, 737*. 798*. See Erratum, 783
  • Janieki, W., on Electric Telemetering, 505 Japan. Economic Conditions in, 306
  • Engineering Markets of, 161, 453. 811
  • Fushun, Oil Shale Distilling System, 91
  • Thermal Power Plants in. 250
  • Japanese Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation of, 92
  • Government Rail wavs, Fuel Economy on. 214
  • Tsurumi Power Station, 244
  • Jendrassik, G., on High-Speed Diesel Engines, 415
  • Jenkins, IL, on Fire-Extinguishing Engines in England, 1625-1725, 722
  • Jennings, (’. IL, on Fatigue Tests of Fillet Welds, 281
  • Jensen, V. P., on Tests of Plain and Reinforced Haydite Concrete, 105
  • Jentzsch Inflammability Tester, 458*
  • Jetty, Discharging Plant, Porto Marghera, Venice, 457*
  • Johansen, F. on Flow in Gases, 701 Johnson, R., on Mean Temperature-Difference
  • (hart, 213*. Sec Letter, 295. See Erratum, 328
  • Joints, Concrete Road. Experiments on. 210
  • High-Pressure Steam Pipe, Stresses in, 661*
  • Metal, in Aircraft (’onstruetion, 282
  • Soldered, Report. 794*
  • for Steel-Cored Aluminium Conductors, 760
  • Jones, IL, Fire Engine, 1625, 722
  • Jorgensen, O. E., on Double-Acting Diesel Engine. 260*, 307*
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Jugoslavia. See Yugoslavia
  • Juhlin, G. A., on Safety of Rotors of Turbo-Generators, 242*. See LETTER, 294
  • Jupiter Aero-Engine, Development of. 308*, 319

K.

  • KALAMAZOO Power Station, Removal of Ash from Flue Gases, 150*
  • Kammerer, Prof., on Line Shafting. 416
  • Kato, K., on Thermal Power Plants in Japan, 250
  • “Keith,” H.M.S., Launch of, 124
  • Kelly, B., the Late, 745
  • “ Kelvinia,” S. S., Fracture of Slide Valve Chest. 24
  • Kemp, W. V. A., on Heat Transmission and Insulation, 125
  • Kewley, J., on Future Supply of Diesel Fuel Oil, 91
  • Keyham College, Fifty Years of, 87
  • Kieserling A Albrecht, Tube-Cutting Machine, 69 ♦; Shaft-Turning Machine, 69*
  • Kiesselbach Feed-Water Storage System, 643
  • Kiessling, C., on Swedish Automatic Hydro-Electric Plants, 505
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, Substructure, 227*
  • Kilns, Cement, Dust from, 305
  • Kinck, J., on Export of Electricity from Nor¬way to Germany, 216
  • King, A. G. and L. IL, on Gas Rate Fixing, 28
  • King’s College, London, Faculty of Engineering, Courses of Lectures, 501
  • “ King-George V,” S.S., High-Pressure Babcock A Wilcox Boilers, 428*
  • King, R. ().,on Detonation and Lubricating Oil, 31*, 99. See Letter, 172
  • Kingston By-Pass, Road-Surface Experiments on. 565*
  • Kissel, F. T. M., on Waikaremoana Power Development, 571
  • Kitson A Co., Ltd., 4-6-0 Type Locomotive, 697*
  • Kiwull, W., Ship Salvage by Freezing Process, 240
  • Kladno Ironworks, Thin-Walled Blast Fur¬naces, 371, 817*
  • Klewe, I)r. H., on Induction Interference on Telephone Lines, 313
  • Klinefelter, T. A., on Boiler Furnace Refrac¬tories, 794
  • Klingenberg Power Station, Load-Dispatching, System, 572
  • ' Klinger, IL, Sleeve-Packed Superheater Cock, 414*. See Addendum, 732
  • Knapp, L. IL, A Co., Ltd., Self-Lift Tractor Drill, 751* ; Manure Distributor, 751*
  • Knuth, Dr. IL. on Manufacturing Refractory Bricks and Blocks, 10
  • Koeneinann, Dr. E.. on New Method of Power Generation, 188
  • Koenltzor, L. H.,on Standard Portland Cements and Early-Strength Cements, 105
  • Kogerman, Prof, P. N., on Estonian Oil Shale, 91
  • Kohipailn, Prof. St., on Power Resource's of Lithuania, 92
  • Kommers, Prof. J. B., on Under-Stressing
  • Cast Iron and Armco Iron. 281
  • “Kota Agoeng,” M.S., Rotterdam Lloyd Co., 677*
  • Kowloon-Canton, Railway, 4-6-0 Type Loco¬motive, 697*
  • Kraft, Dr. E. A., on Design of Steam Turbines, 188
  • Kraluv Dvur Ironworks, Thin-Walled Blast Furnaces, 371, 817*
  • Kriz, Dr. A., on Ingots made by Marmet Pro¬cess, 565*. See 371
  • Krupp, F., Rheinhausen, Open-Hearth Fur¬naces, 376
  • Klibler, J., on Problems in Transformer Con¬struction, 27
  • Kiibnelt, F., on Water-Power Regulations in Austria, 571
  • Kulschinsky Report for Oil Shale, 51
  • Kurra Falls, Nigeria, Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 219
  • Kuttner, J., on Diesel Engine Development in United States. 572
  • Kyrklund. Prof. H., on Wood Fuel for Motor Vehicles, 415

L.

  • LABORATORIES, Engineering, Nottingham University College, 52*
  • See also National Physical Labour:
  • Heme Olliee Inspector’s Report, Factories and Workshops, 206
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Prosperity, Electricity as Index of, 216
  • Iron and Steel Industries, Continental.
  • Industrial Conditions in, Report, 17. See Letter, 43
  • Labour Notes, 11. 54, 72. 104, 137, 182, 212, 229, 264, 304. 325. 359, 406, 440. 459, 502, 530, 564, 595. 614. 647, 690. 721, 741, 771, 800. See Paragraph Index
  • Metal-Working Presses, Protection of Operators (Review), 422
  • Power in Industry and Economic Elheiencv 216
  • Shop Tests for Engineering Employees. 558
  • Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association, Appeal for Funds, 435
  • Strikes, Protection of Power Plants during 216
  • Trade-Union Policy and Industry, 299
  • Unemployment in'Gerniany, 808
  • Wages in Continental Iron and Steel Industries, 18. See Letter, 43
  • Weight-Lifting Capacity of Operatives iu Factories, 207
  • Labyrinth (Bands. Back-Pressure Steam Tur¬bine, 700*
  • Packing, High-Pressure Turbines, Billing¬ham Power Plant, 183*
  • Lackawanna Sheet Steel Piling. Welland Ship Canal, 320*
  • Lacroze Underground Railway, Buenos Aires. 651
  • Lagging materials. See Heat Insulation
  • Lake Waikaremoana Hydro-Electric Scheme. 571
  • Lakeside Power Station, Operating Data 2.)
  • Laminated Springs, Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 67
  • Lamps, Electric. See Electric
  • Safety. Miners’, at Cardiff Exhibition. 658
  • Lancashire Boiler. See Boiler First Locomotives in. 403
  • Land Drainage Act, 1930, and River-Pollution Prevention, 730
  • Lander, Dr. C. H., on Low-Temperature Car¬bonisation in (in at Britain. 92
  • Langer. Prof. P., on Gas Engines and Turbines, 188
  • Languages, Foreign, Instruction for Salesman¬ship, Report, 148
  • Lasswitz, Dr. E., on Limitations in Generator
  • (’onstruetion. 27. See 242*. See Letter, 294
  • I.at lies. See Machine Tools
  • Latin America, Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Lattice Distortion and Hardening of Metals. 358
  • Towers, Timber. New York Subway Con¬struction, 511*
  • Latvia, Electricity Supply in. 250
  • Engineering Markets of, 87
  • Launches, Motor. See Motor Boats and Trial Trips. 24, 44, 83, 110, 150, 171.
  • 202, 244, 266, 296, 328, 358, 471, 501, 522. 594, 652, 720, 754, 774, >04
  • Launders, Rheolaveur, Bituminous Coal-Cleaning Plant, Pennsylvania. 102*
  • ” Laurentic,” S.S., Diving Work in Salvage Operations, 351
  • Law. See Lef/aZ; Labour; Patents
  • Laziska-Gornc, Poland, 40,000 kv.-a. Turbo-Generator, 26
  • Le Prince, L. A. A., Memorial to, 677
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Ball-Hardness and Allotropy of, 389
  • Pr.ces. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Tetra-Ethyl, and Lubricating OH in Petrol Engines, 32*, 67, 99
  • Lebrun, J., on Heat Production and Storage. 250
  • Lcclanehd Cells, Standard Specification, 537
  • Leelere du Sablon, J., on Evaporation in High Reservoirs, 249
  • Lee, W. S., on Water-Power Storage, 249
  • Leeds, Sewage Treatment at. 729
  • Lefebvre, O., on Storage Reservoirs in Canada. 571

Legal:

  • Building Legislation, Proposed Revision, 716
  • Dyestuffs (Imports Regulation) Act. 1921, Effect of, (184
  • Industrial Legislation, (184
  • labour Legislation. See Labour
  • Land Drainage Act, 1930, and River-Pollution Prevention, 730
  • Legislation and Electricity and Gas Supply, 21
  • Patent Law. See Patents
  • Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act, 1930, Powers of. 211, 591
  • Road Traffic Act, 1930, and Motor Coach Services, 466. See Letter, 563
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Legislation. See Legal; Labour; Patents Leicester Meeting Association of Public
  • Lighting Engineers. See Public Lighting Engineers
  • Public Lighting of. 377
  • Leimans, O.,on Power Supply in Latvia, 250
  • Lemon, E. J. H., on Organisation of Railway Workshops, 270
  • Length Standards, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 273
  • Leningrad Electric Power Station, 92
  • Lennard-Jones, Prof. .1. E., on Nature of Cohesion, 700
  • Lessing, Dr. R.,on Coal ( leaning and Dust and Sulphur Emission. 312
  • Letters to the Editor, 23, 43, 83, 118, 140, 172, 211. 244, 274*. 294*. 324, 405, 518, 563, 660, 720, 754, 783. See Letters Index
  • Levelling Gear for Electric Lifts (Marrvat A Scott, Ltd.), 742*
  • Levi, Prof. M. G., on Italian Fuels, 92
  • Leviathan,” S.S., Repairs and Strength Analysis, 770
  • Libbey-Owens Process, Sheet-Glass Manufac¬ture, 756
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux,
  • Association of, Suggestions for Improve¬ment of Scientific and Technical Litera¬ture, by T. W. MaeAlpine, 655
  • Lichtenberg, (’., on Automatic Stations and Remote Supervision, 505
  • Lidge Exhibition, 68*, 230*, 355*, 515*. See 679*
  • International Congress for Concrete, and Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete and
  • Reinforced Concrete Congress Liere, Dr., on Inflammability of Ships’ Cargo, 458
  • Lifts, Electric, Levelling Gear for (Marrvat A Scott, Ltd.), 742*
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Distribution from Fittings, Standard Specification. 488
  • Reflection from Road Surfaces, 698
  • Lighting, Electric, by Gaseous Discharge Tubes, 560
  • of Factories, 504, 797
  • Gas. See Gas
  • Penetration of Daylight into Buildings, 814
  • Public, of Birmingham. 377
  • Laboratory Experience, 377
  • of Leicester, 377
  • and Motorists, 377
  • Street, Gas in Relation to, 377
  • Test Room, Practical Use, 377
  • See also Lumps under Electric Lignite Deposits in Ontario, 267
  • Lignum-Vito) Bearing, Invention of. 193
  • Lime and Cement, Some Writers on (Review), 133
  • Free, in Cement, Estimation of, 314
  • Limestone, Weathering of. Investigations, 670
  • Lindner, I)r., on Adjustable Guide Blades for Braking Hydraulic Turbines, 157
  • Lines, Artificial, and Filters, Theory of (Review), 719
  • Shafting, Power Transmission by. 416
  • Liners. See Steamers
  • Linke-Hofmann-Busch Werke A.-G., 45-h.p.
  • Agricultural Tractor, 370*
  • ”Lion,” Locomotive, Preservation of, 367
  • Liquid Fuel. See 0/7 Fuel.
  • Lister, R. A., A Co., Ltd., 9-h.p. Single-Cylinder Oil Engine, 802*
  • Literature, 33, 133, 163, 194, 223, 274, 351, 421, 484, 545, 574, 672, 719, 736, 763.
  • See Literature Index
  • Scientific and Technical, Improvement of, 655
  • Lithuania, Power Resources of, 92
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour; Patents Liverpool Docks, Growth witii Size of Ships,
  • 115, 121*
  • and Manchester Railway, Centenary Cele¬brations, 367. 403, 430, 436
  • Meeting, Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects
  • Newcomen Society. Sec Newcomen Society
  • Replacement of Railway Bridge, 554
  • Liversedge, A. J., on Engineering Markets of the World, 84*, 151*, 160, 301*, 452*,
  • 609*. 732*. 780, SOD
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 527 Register Book, 140
  • Vessels under Construction, 114, 497
  • Statistics, Vessels Lost, 42, 210, 420
  • Load-Despatching System, Berlin Power Station, 572
  • Factors, British Power Stations, 558
  • and Economy in Power Stations, 339*
  • Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 610*, 674*, 735*
  • Locks, Anderten, Mittelland (’anal, Germany, 35*. 101*, 159*
  • Welland Ship Canal, 63*. 131*, 481*, 766
  • Locomotive, 2-6-2 4- 2-6-2 Type, Articulated, Great Western Railway, Brazil (Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth A Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 520*
  • Boiler-Tube Sealer, Sand-Blast. 217*
  • 4-8-4 Type, Chicago A North Western Railway (Baldwin Locomotive Works), 443*
  • Crank Axle, Failure from Fatigue, 686*
  • Developments in Design, 22
  • on German State Railways, 214
  • Locomotive, Diesel Engine, Transmission Gear for, 416
  • 4-6-2 Type Diesel, Italian State Railways (Ansaldo S.A.), 645*
  • Early, in laneashire, 403
  • Electric, Single-Phase, Development of, 215
  • Fireboxes, Combustion in, 380
  • 4-6-0 Type, Government of Hong Kong (Kitson A Co., Ltd.), 697*
  • irate Areas of, 380
  • High-Pressure Compound, Delaware A Hudson Railroad, 737*, 798*. See Erratum, 783
  • 4-6-2 Type, Indian State Railways, 294*
  • Italian. Heat Recovery from, 248
  • Japanese. Fuel Economy in, 214
  • “ Lion,” Preservation of, 367
  • at Liverpool and Manchester Railway Cen¬tenary Celebrations, 367, 436
  • 2-6-2 Type Tank, London A North Eastern Railway, 428*
  • " North Star ” and “ Tiny,” Great Western Railway Broad-Gauge, 211
  • " Novelty," Preservation of Cylinder from. 403
  • Practice, Fuel Consumption in, 380, 407
  • Repairs, Use of Oxy-Acetylene Welding in. 78
  • Road. - See Motor; Road; Tractor
  • Steam, High-Pressure, 214
  • for Steel Works, Essentials of, 760
  • Works (Uslnes Mltallurgiques du Hainaut. S.A.), 230
  • See also Railways in Paragraph Index Lockyer Lecture on Industry and Research. 684 Lodi Windmill-Type Pulverised-Enel Burners, 616*
  • lxifller High-Pressure Boiler, Trials of, 632
  • Logarithmic Mean Temperature-Difference Chart, 213*. Sec Letter, 295; see Erratum, 328
  • Lomonossoff, Prof. G., on Power Transmission for Rail Vehicles, 416
  • London, Building Legislation in, Need for Revision, 177
  • Clay, Properties of, 5*, 61*. See Letter, 275
  • County Council, Robert Blair Fellowships,
  • 235; Work of, 582, 589; Lectures for Teachers, 296, 744
  • King’s College, Faculty of Engineering, Lectures, 501
  • Mariner, S.S., Wind Resistance of, 184*
  • Midland A Scottish Railway, Organisation
  • of Workshops, 269; Liverpool and Manchester Railway Centenary, 367. 403, 430, 436; Opening-Out of Cofton Tunnel, 801
  • A North Eastern Railway, 2-6-2 Type Tank
  • Locomotive, ^28*
  • Port of, Annual Report, 271 ; Dock System, 583, 589
  • Power Co., Deptford West Power Station,
  • 475; Battersea Power Station. 628* ; Report on Sulphur Elimination from Flue Gas, 700*
  • Public Cleansing in, Report, 77
  • Services of, 77, 582, 589
  • Tower of. Seasonal Movements of, 147
  • Underground Railways. See Underground
  • University College, Courses in Engineering, 396; Calendar, 696
  • Guide, 1931-32, 680
  • Long Beach Power Station, Operating Data, 25 •• Lorain,” S.S., Pulverised-Fuel Plant. 591
  • Lord Cochrane,” Bucket-Hopper Dredger. 651
  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons: Tractors Lrsel, Prof. F., on Steam Turbines, 188
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal.
  • Lubbers Process. Sheet-Glass Manufacture, 755*
  • Lubbock, J., on Industrial Uses of Fuel Oil, 561
  • Lubrication, Bearing, Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 67
  • I.N.A. System, for Ships. 660
  • O.P. R. System for Ships, 660 Lubricating Oils. See Ot7«
  • Luxembourg, Conditions in Iron and Steel Industry, 17
  • Lydall, F., on Economical Operation of Elec¬trified Railways, 215
  • Lyon A Co., Ltd., Petrol Engine and Generator for Wireless Transmitter, 759*
  • Lyons, Col. Sir II., on Display of Scientific and Technical Objects, 433

M.

  • M.A.N. Marine Diesel Oil Engine, 700-h.p.
  • Eight-Cylinder, for Dredger, 201
  • Maatschappij voor Seheeps- en Wortuigbouw Fijenoord N.V., M.S. “ Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • MaeAlpine, T. W., on Scientific and Technical Literature, 655 Mac. Sec also J/c.
  • Machine Design, Problems (Review), 736
  • Drawing and Design (Review), 764
  • Rifle, Vickers-Berthier, 360*. Sec Erratum, 397
  • Shops. Sec IPorte and Machine Tools
  • Testing, See Testing Machine and Tests (Materials)

Machine Tools :

  • Boring and Facing Machine, Horizontal (Constructions M<!caniqucs de Long- doz), 357*
  • and Recessing Machine, Overhead, for Wood (Wadkin A Co.), 395*
  • Chain Saw, Triple-Cutting (J. T. Pickles), 634*
  • Uutting Tools, Modern Metal, 400
  • Machine, Oxy-Acetylene (Soudurc Auto-gne Francaise), 129
  • Tube (Th. Kieserling A Albrecht), 69
  • Drilling and Tapping Machine, Quadruple Head (Hey Engineering Co.), 815*
  • Earing and Boring Machines, Horizontal ((’oustructions Mdcanlqucs de Long- doz), 357*
  • Filing and Setting Machine for Band Saws (Wadkin A Co.), 265*
  • Gear Cutting, Defects in Hobbed Gears, 479* »
  • Grinding Machine, Angular-Wheel (Norton Co.), 617*
  • Horizontal, Face (Diskus Werke Maschincnhnu A.G.), 231*
  • Plate-Roll (Fetu-Deflze S.A., ) 579*
  • for Tap Sharpening (H. Hunt A Sons). 609*
  • Vertical-Spindle (Naxos-Union), 648*
  • Guillotine, Plate (L. Bronne et Cie), 515
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below)
  • Lathe, Automatic, Vertical-Turret (Mont¬fort’s Mosehinenfabrik,) 170*
  • 8-in. High-Speed (Monarch Machine Tool Co.), 634*
  • Roll-Grinding, with Cambering Mechan¬ism (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth A Co., Ltd.), 280*
  • Tool, Cemcnted-Tungsten-Carbide, In¬vestigation of, 400
  • Holders and Cutters (F. Dourand), 129
  • Holders ami Cutters, Outlcourb, 129
  • Tyre-Band Turning, with Expanding Chuck,225*
  • Wheel, Profiling (Constructions Mecaniques de Longdoz), 356*
  • Machine Shop Management. See B’orA>' Management Tools. British, at Liege Exhibition. 518
  • Milling Machine, Universal (Etablissr?- ments P. Hure S. A.), 232*
  • Mortising Machine, Chain Cutter, for Wood (J. Sagar A Co., Ltd.,) 395*
  • Combined Cha n and Hollow-Chisel
  • (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 395
  • Moulding Machine with Self-Aligning Roller Feed, for Wood (T. Robinson A Son, Ltd.), 394*
  • Six-Cutter, for Wood (T. Robinson A Son, Ltd.), 394*
  • Pipe-Screwing Machine, C-in., (Williams Tool Corporation), 475*
  • Plate Guillotine (L. Bronne et Cie), 515*
  • Straightening Machine (L. Bronne et Cie.), 515*
  • Presses, Autoclave, Rubber Curing, (F. Shaw A Co., Ltd.), 95*
  • Baling for Tin, Huddersfield Refuse- Disposal Plant, 546*
  • Harinet. for Steel Ingots. 371. 565
  • 1,000-ton Hydraulic Plate-Bending, Built-up, (Hydraulik G.m.b.H.), 471*
  • Hydraulic, for Saddle Making, 95*
  • 3,200-ton for Vulcanising Rubber (J. Shaw A Sons (Salford). Ltd.), 95*
  • Metal-Working, Protection of Operators (Review), 422
  • Screw, 2,000-ton and 2.800-ton (Mas¬chinenfabrik Hasenclever A.G.), 231*
  • Sanding Machine, Triple-Drum (Machines a Bois Danckaert S.A.), 356*
  • Belt (SocidW Su sse Industrie Emeriet Alrasifs), 517*
  • Sawing Machine, 6-in. Metal, with Hydrau¬lic Feed (C. Wicksteed A Co. (1920), Ltd.), 149*
  • Saws, Band. Filing and Setting Machine for (Wadkin A Co.), 265*
  • Circular, Attachment of. Standard Specification, 398
  • Metal, High-Speed (Gebr. Heller), 232
  • Screw-Cutting Machine (Wanderer-Werke A.G.), 517
  • Screwing Machine, Pipe 6-in. (Williams Tool Corporation), 475*
  • Shaft-Turning Machine (Th. Kieserling A Albrecht), 69* ..
  • Sharpening Machine, Tap (II. Hunt A Sons), 600*
  • Shearing Machine, Plate, (L. Bronne et Cie.), 515*
  • Straightening Machine, Plate (L. Bronne et Cie.), 515*
  • Tap-Sharpening Machine (11. Hunt A Sons), 600*
  • 'Papping and Drilling Machine, Quadruple- Head (Hey Engineering Co.), 815*
  • Thicknessing Machine. Roller Feed (Machines a Bois Danckaert, S. A.), 356*
  • 'Pools, Cutting, Modern Metal, 400
  • Tube-Cutting Maeh.ne ('Ph. Kieserling A Albrecht), 69*
  • Turning Machine, Shaft (Th. Kieserling A Albrecht), 69*
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes (above)
  • Welding Machine, Hydraulic Roller (Rice
  • A Co., (Leeds), Ltd.), 251
  • Welding Machine, Hydraulic Roller (Rice A Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 251
  • Wheel Lathe, Profiling (Constructions M^eaniques de Longdoz), 356
  • Woodworking Machinery, Boring and Re¬cessing Machine, Overhead (Wadkin A Co.), 395
  • Chain Saw, Triple-Cutting (J. T. Pickles), 634
  • Feed Roller Thicknessing Machines (Machines it Bois Danckaert S. A.), 356*
  • Mortising Machine, Chain (’utter (J. Sagar A Co., Ltd.). 395*
  • Mortising Machine, Combined Chain and Hollow-Chisel (Dominion Machin¬ery Co., Ltd.), 395*
  • Moulding Machine with Self-Align¬ing Roller Feed (T. Robinson A Son, Ltd.), 394*
  • Moulding Machine, Six-Cutter (T. Robinson A Son, Ltd.), 394*
  • Sanding Machine, Belt (Society Suisse Industrie Emeri et Aurasifs). 517*
  • Sanding Machine, Triple-Drum (Machines a Bois Danckaert S. A.). 356*
  • Sen also PARAGRAPH INDEX Machine Work. See Machine Tools
  • Machinery, Compressed Air and Electrical, in Collieries, 105
  • of the Earth, 622
  • World Markets for, 84*. 151*, 160, 301* 452*, 609*, 732*, 780, 809
  • Macintosh and Co., Ltd., Rubber-Making Machinery, 95*, 165*. 225*, 289*
  • Mackenzie, J. W.,on Removal of Ash from Clue Gases, 150*
  • Madras. Irrigation Works in. Report, 148 Maerz Port. Open-Hearth Furnace, 447* Magnesia-Zircon Refractories, Investigation of, 10
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Magnetic and Elastic Phenomena. Analogies between, 211, 275
  • Separator for Conveyor Belts, Spencer-Clarke, 648*
  • Testing of Rotor Forgings, 242*. See Letter, 294
  • Work, National Physical Laboratory, 271
  • Magnetism, Terrestrial, Theories of. 438
  • Magnets, Ageing of, 815
  • Mahacek, C., on Large Gas Engines in Czecho¬slovakia, 572
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric Gas, of London, 583
  • Maisel, Prof. S. O., on Lighting in Russian Facto res, 504
  • ” Majestic,” S.S., Failure in Material of. 770
  • Mammano, I. IL, on Defects of Hobbed Gears, 479*
  • Management of Works. See B’orZ'.s
  • Management Manchester, First Railway Station at. Memorial Tablet, 367
  • Municipal School of Technology, Engineer¬ing Courses, 372
  • Show, Royal Agricultural Society, 39*, 80*. See 107*
  • Works, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Rubber-making Machinery, 95*, 165*, 225*, 289*
  • Manchuria, Heigan Coal Mines, 244
  • Manganese Steels, Uses and Properties of, 281
  • Manitoba, Churchill Harbour Works. 720
  • White Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Project, 235
  • Manseau Shipyards, Ltd., Diesel-Engined Dredger, 201
  • Mantles, Gas, Testing of, 377
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. Sec H’orfo Management See also Trade
  • Manure Distributor (L. It. Knapp A Co., Ltd.), 751*
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., War¬saw Broadcasting Station, 472*
  • Marguerre, Dr. F., on Steam Production in Germany, 213; on Waste Heat Utilisa¬tion in Germany. 248
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery. Diesel-Generating Plant, 478
  • Boilers. See Boilers
  • Engines. See E/tg/ui#; Turbines; Murine Propulsion
  • Engineering History, Chapters in, 145, 190, 315, 641
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report. 527
  • Lloyd’s Statistics, 114, 497
  • and Naval Architecture, Scholarships in, 719
  • Engineers and Naval Architects, American
  • Society of. See Naval Architects
  • Propulsion, Bauer-Wach Machinery, S.S. "St. Clair,” 418*. 485*
  • Diesel-Engine Construction in Great Britain, 478
  • Diesel-Engined Hydraulic Dredger, 201
  • Diesel Engines with Fottinger Trans¬mission System. M.S. " Kota Agoeng.” 667*
  • Diesel Engines, 13,800-h.p. Harland-
  • 1L A W. Type, M.S. ” Winchester Castle,” 491
  • 1,000-h.p. Eight-Cylinder, Horizontal Oil Engine, 723*
  • International Marine Motor Trials, 427
  • Improvements in Steamers of Compagnie Gihicralc Transatlantlque, 478. See Letter, 660
  • 2,200-h.p. Jorgensen Diesel Engine, 260*, 307*
  • Machinery in German Ships, 477
  • Oil Fuel for. See Oil Fuel Pulverised-Coal Firing and Mechanical Stokers. 477
  • Pulverised - Fuel Installation, Todd System. S.S. “ Incemore,” 276*
  • Pulverised-Fuel Plant, S.S. ” Lorain,” 591
  • Relative Merits of Coal and Oil, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • Steam and Oil Engines, Relative Ad¬vantages, 79, 89
  • Steam, Use of High Pressures, 477
  • Thrust Measurements, S.S. ” Clairton,” 7?o
  • Turbine. Exhaust-Steam. Bauer-Waeh System, S.S. “ Port Hardy,” 486*
  • Turbines, Geared, Specification for, 770
  • See also Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers ;
  • Ship Resistance; and PARAGRAPH Index
  • Salvage. See Salvage
  • Structures, Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 526
  • Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Markets, Engineering, of the World, 84*, 151* 160, 301*, 452*, 609*, 732*, 780, 809
  • See also Trade and Paragraph Index Marl-Extracting Machine (Agricultural and
  • General Engineers, Ltd.), 13*
  • Marryat A Scott, Ltd., Electric Levelling Gear for Lifts, 742*
  • Marshall, C. W., on the British Grid System, 347
  • Marshall, Sons A Co., Ltd., Tractor with 30-1).h.p. Single-Cylinder Oil Engine, 41* ; Concrete Tip (’art, 427
  • Marshall, W. L., on Use of a Lighting Test Room, 377
  • Mart wick, W. L.. on Coal Firing of Boiler Furnaces in United States, 214
  • Masearini Electric Boilers, Poultry Farm. 460
  • Mason, R.,on Lighting of Birmingham, 377
  • Masonry Dams, Stress Distribution in Base, 728
  • Modern, Practical (Review), 223
  • Mass, \ irtual, of Ship Models, Measurement of 116, 154*
  • Mastic Roofings, Asphalt, Investigations. 670
  • Materials, Elastic and Magnetic Phenomena, Analogies between, 211, 275
  • Engineering, Ferrous (Review), 163
  • Theory and Testing of (Review), 672
  • tor High Pressures and Temperatures. 214
  • Overstrained, Stresses in. Report, 400
  • Strength of. See also Nfress and 'Tests
  • (Materials).
  • Mathematics, Standard Symbols in. 238
  • Matter, Solid State of, 701
  • Matthews, Prof. E. R., the Late, 659
  • Maudslay, Sons A Field, History of. 145
  • " Mauretania," S.S. Wind Resistance of. 184
  • Mayer-Delius, Dr. IE, on Mercury Rectifiers. 27
  • McAdams. W. H., on Heat Transmission and Insulation, 125
  • McCallum, R. T., on Opening-Out of Cotton Tunnel, 801
  • McCarthy, M. J., on Concrete Piles. 727
  • McGovern, J., on Transport of Oil by Sea. 112
  • McKibhen, F. P.,on Welded Steel Structures in United States, 504
  • McLaren, J. A H., Ltd., 20-h.p. Mercedes-Benz Agricultural Tractor. 437*
  • McNeill, J. B., on American Circuit-Breaker
  • Practice, 504 Me. See also Mae
  • Mean Temperature-Difference Chart. Logarith¬mic, 213*. See Letter 295. See Erratum 328
  • Measurements. Alternating-Current. Com¬mercial (Review), 421
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of. Removal of Ash from Flue-Gases, by •I. W. Mackenzie, 150; Cemented- Tungsten-Carbide Lathe Tool, by T. G. Diggles, 400; Operation of Deepwater Power Station, by K. M. Irwin, 778; Operation of Holland Power Station, by E. M. Gilbert, 778; Furnace Gas Compositions and Temperatures in Under¬feed Stoker-Fired Boilers and Effect on Boiler Settings, by A. E. Pasini and E. M. Sarrai, 794 ; Action of Slags on Firebrick and Boiler Furnace Settings, by T. A. Klinefelter and E. P. Rexford, 794; Comparative Resistance of Refractories to Coal-Ash Slags, by Prof. R. K. Hursh, 794 ; Engineering Aspects of Interchange of Power with Industrial Plants, by B. F. Wood, 808
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :
  • Summer Meeting, Bristol:
  • Inaugural Proceedings. 19
  • Air-Cooled Aero Engines, by A. H. R.
  • Fedden. 56. See 20 Visits and Excursions. 48 Institution Dinner, 48
  • London Meetings, Winter Session :
  • Charter Dinner, 530
  • Presidential Address, bv L. St. L. Pendred, 531
  • Coefficients of Heat Transfer from Tube to Water, by A. Eagle and R. M. Fer¬guson, 691*, 788*, 821*. See 683, 687*, 708. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Machinery and Methods of Manufacture of Sheet Glass, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 755*. See 749
  • X-Ray Methods in Engineering Practice, by V. E. Pullin, 785*. See 779
  • North Western Branch :
  • Some Considerations affecting the Future Development of the Steam Cycle, bv K. Baumann, 597*, 661*, 723* £ee 626.
  • Discussion on Coefficients of Heat Trans¬fer from Tube to Water, by A. Eagle and R. M. Ferguson. 708. See 683, 687*. 691* 788*. 821*. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum. 713
  • Annual Dinner, 747
  • Relationship between Headquarters and Branches, 747
  • Mechanical Power and Culture. 51
  • Stoker. See Stoker
  • Traction on Roads. See Roads; Motor
  • Cars ; Tractors
  • " Medea." H.M.S., History of. 145
  • Meguscher,H.,on Heat Content of Hot Springs. 216
  • Meijer, Dr. W. M., on Coal and Oil in Mercantile
  • Marine, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • Meik, C. S., A Halcrow, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 610*. 674*. 735*
  • Meineke, Prof. F., on Power Transmission for Rail Vehicles. 416
  • Meissner, Dr. K. L., on Artificial Ageing of Duralumin and Super-Duralumin, 473*. See 358
  • Melchett Medal. Award to Dr. K. Klim in cl I. 661
  • Mellanhy, Prof. A. L., on Marine Oil-Engine Industry in Great Britain, 478
  • Melting Point of Coal and Coke Ash, 92 of Palladium, 240
  • Memorials, Engineering. Need for Preservation, 497
  • Menge, Dr. A., on Energy Flow in Inter¬connected Networks. 347
  • Mercantile Marine, Fuel Problems in. 561. See Erratum. 619
  • Mercedes-Benz Agricultural Tractor, 20-h.p. (J. A H. McLaren, Ltd.), 437*
  • Merchant Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding Ships. See Ships ; Steamers
  • Mercury Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Rectifiers on New South Wales Railways and Tramways. 215 Use of, 27
  • Merkl, Dr. F., on Combined Internal-Combus¬tion and Strain EnginC8, 672
  • Merz, C. H., on Economical Operation of Elec¬trified Railways, 215
  • Metals and Alloys, Sea-Water Corrosion of. 526
  • Anti-Friction. See Allays under Metallurgy Brittle Fracture of, 685*. 717*, 752*
  • Corrosion of. See Corrosion Electric and Magnetic Properties. 701
  • Metals, Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • for High Temperatures. Investigations.
  • National Physical Laboratory, 67

Metals, Institute of :

  • Autumn Meeting, Southampton:
  • Programme, 108. 297 Inaugural Proceedings, 334
  • Visits and Excursions, 358, 390
  • Reports of Discussions, 333, 358, 386
  • Autumn Lecture on Non-Ferrous Metals
  • in the Aeronautical Industry, by Prof. I). Hanson, 333
  • Gas Removal and Grain Refinement of Aluminium Alloys, by Dr. W. Rosen- hain. J. D. Grogan and T. II. Scho¬field, 340*. See 334
  • Pressure Die-Cast Aluminium Alloy 'Pest-Pieces, bv J. 1). Grogan. 345*. See 334
  • Artificial Ageing of Duralumin and Super- Duralumin, bv Dr. K. L. Meissner, 473*. See 358
  • Lattice Distortion as a Factor in the Hardening of Metals, by l)r. W. L. Fink and Dr. K. It. Van Horn, 358
  • Relation between Macro- and Micro- structure in Some Non-Ferrous Alloys, by Dr. M. L. V. Gavler, 380*. See 358
  • Effect of Atmosphere on Breaking Load of Hard-Drawn Non-Ferrous Wires, by Dr. J. C. Hudson, 507. See .386
  • Open-Air Corrosion of Copper. Part II.— Mineralogical • Relation of Copper Corrosion Products, by Dr. W. H. J. Vernon and L. Whitby, 631. See 387
  • Silicon-Copper Alloys and Silicon-Man¬ganese-Copper Alloys, by Dr. E. Voce, 441*. See 387
  • New Silicon-Zinc-Copper Alloy, by Dr. E. Vaders, 387
  • Effect of Phosphorus on Strength of Admiralty Gun-Metal, by H. C. Dews. 388
  • Constitution of the Cadmium-Zine Alloys, by Dr. D. Stockdale, 389
  • Heat Treatment, Ball-Hardness, and Allo¬tropy of Lead, F. Hargreaves. 389
  • Metal Joints in Aircraft Construction, 282
  • Lattice Distortion and Hardening of, 358
  • Mixers in Open-Hearth Steel Works, 448
  • Non-Ferrous, in Aeronautical Industry, .333
  • Britisli Research Association, Head¬quarters, 328: Report on Soft Solders
  • and Soldered Joints, 794* Price Diagrams, 24*, 180*. 306*, 439*. 596*, 722*
  • Standard Specifications. 140
  • World Markets for, 84*, 151*, 160. .301*
  • Single Crystals, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigation, 117*
  • Structure of. National Physical Laboratory
  • Investigations, 208
  • See also Metallography; Microphoto¬graphs Welding of. See Welding
  • See also Metallography; Metallurgy; Microphotogra phs
  • Metallic Coatings. Corrosion Tests of. 282
  • Filament Lamps. Sec Lamps nndcr Electric
  • Metalliferous Mine Surveying (Review). 546
  • Metallurgical Department, National Physical Laboratory. Work of. 208*
  • Industries, Electric Furnaces in, 504

Metallurgy :

  • Alloys. Aluminium, Artificial Ageing of. 358, 473*
  • for Hulls of Motor Boats, 593
  • Gas Removal and Grain Refinement of, 3.34, 340*
  • Macro- and Microstructure of. 358, 381*
  • Pressure Die-Cast, Properties of, 3.34, 345*
  • Thorium, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigations, 209
  • Use in Aeronautical Industry. 333
  • Cadmium-Zine, Constitution of, 389
  • Copper-Nickel, Atmospheric Corrosion of, 507. See 386
  • See also Brass ; Gun-Metal, Ac.
  • Dental, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 209
  • for High Temperatures, Investigations,
  • National Physical Laboratory, 67
  • for High-Temperature Use, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 209
  • of Iron. Research Committee, Ameri¬can, Progress of. 749
  • National Physical Laboratory Re¬searches, 209
  • Lead-Tin-Antimony Solders, Properties of, 794*
  • Tin, Macro- and Microstructure of, 358, 381*
  • Magnesium. Use in Aeronautical Industry. 33.3
  • Sea-Water Corrosion of. 526
  • Silicon-Copper, Properties of. .387 441
  • Manganese-Copper, Properties of, 387, 441*
  • Zinc-Copper, Properties of. .387
  • Structure of. National Physical Labo¬ratory Investigations. 208
  • Zinc-Cadmium, Constitution of, .389
  • Beryllium. Researches on. National Phy¬sical Laboratory, 209
  • Blast Furnace. See Furnace Brass. See Brass Cast Iron. See Cast Iron Chelsea Polvtechnic Courses in Metallurgy. 296
  • Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Duralumin and Super-Duralumin, Arti¬ficial Ageing of, .358, 473*
  • Foundry. See Foundry ; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces Metallurgical. See Furnaces Harinet Process, Steel Manufacture,
  • Heterogeneity of Ingots, .371, 565*
  • Heat Treatment, Lead, Effect of Quench¬ing and Ageing, 389
  • Iron Ore. See Ore
  • Stainless, Structure of. 759
  • Metals for High Temperatures, Investiga¬tions, National Physical Laboratory. 07 Lattice Distortion and Hardening of. 358
  • Structure of, National Physical Labo¬ratory Investigations, 208
  • Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgical Department. National Phy¬sical Laboratory, Work of. 208
  • Industries, Electric Furnaces in, 504
  • Pulverised Coal, Use in Metallurgy. See Pulverised Coal Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Refractories. See Refractory Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills Rdntgen-Ray Investigation of Steels, 241
  • Slags, Basie, Analysis of, 404
  • Steels, Alloy, Properties of. 280
  • Bessemer, Production, British and Continental, 373
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces — for High-Pressure Boilers. 544
  • Ingots. Harmet Process, Heterogeneity of, 371, 505*
  • Manufacture, Advantages of Electric Furnaces, 409*, 417
  • British and Continental Open- Hearth Furnace Works, 373*, 417, 447*
  • Permanence under Stress at Elevated Temperatures, 404. 600*
  • Quantitative Analysis bv Spectrograph. 635*
  • Stainless, Structure of, 759
  • Welding. See IPeZding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute; Metals.
  • Institute of; Microphotogruphs ;
  • Foundry; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See
  • Mining
  • Meteoroldgical Conditions and Gunfire Sound Transmission. 731*
  • Relations of Atmospherics, 701
  • Meteorological Society, Royal :
  • Report on Phenological Observations. 730 ; Variability of Annual Rainfall of India, by A. V. Williamson and K. G. T. Clark. 740
  • Heavy Falls of Rain in Short Periods, by Dr. J. Glasspoole, 814
  • Factors Affecting Visibility at Valentia Observatory, by M. T. Spence. 814
  • Meter, Dust-Concentration, for Blast-Furnace Gas. 759
  • See also Electric
  • Methane Detector for Collieries, 'Pests of. 328
  • Metrology Department. National Physical Laboratory, Work of. 273
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd. Wattless-Load Tests, 43,750 kv.-a. Turbo. Alternator, 1* Water Board, London Water Supply. 582 589 See also London
  • Meura, S. A., Continuous Rotary Filter. 71*: Liquid Refrigerator, 71*
  • Mexico Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Mever von, i Mr., on Alternating-Current Motors
  • with Phase Displacement. 27 Meyer-Peter. Prof. E., on Swiss Hvdro-Electrie Power Plants. 158 Michel, O., on Power Supply for Single-Phase Railways, 215
  • Michigan University, Tank Experiments on Bulbous Bows, 770
  • Microphotographs, Aluminium Allovs, 381* Cast-Irons, 56*
  • Electrically-Welded Mild Steel, 538*
  • Single Metallic Crystals, 117*
  • Steel for Rotor Shafts, 127*
  • “ V ’’ Alloy, Pressure Cast. 345*
  • Microscope, Metallurgical, and Microscope Bench (Reehert), 355*
  • Middle Level Drainage and Navigation Com¬missioners, Cable Drag-Sera per, 138* Milborn, J. (’., on Regulation of Bleeder Tur¬bines, 188
  • Mill, Crushing and Grinding (E. R. & F. Turner Ltd.), 751
  • Flax-Spinning, York Street, Belfast, Elec¬trification of, 23, 140
  • Paper. Watford, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 487*
  • Pulverised-Fuel, Todd, S.S. ” Incemore.’’ 276*
  • Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Millar’s Machinery Co., Ltd.,5-cub. ft. Concrete Mixer, 427*
  • Miller and Barnes, History of, 146
  • Milling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Milne, C. S., A’ Co., Ltd., Portable Oxv-Acety¬lene Plant, 156*
  • Milne-Watson, Sir 1)., on Problems in Fuel Industry, 560
  • Mine Air, Reconditioning of, 162*
  • Coal. See Collieries
  • Mine, Fiirst Hardenberg, Dortmund, Kiessel¬bach Feed-Water Storage System, 644*
  • Metalliferous, Surveying of (Review). 545
  • Oil Circuit-Breakers for (British Jeff re Diamond), 124*
  • Safety in, Research Board, Report on Steel
  • Pit Props, 18 Annual Report. 801
  • United States Bureau of. See United States
  • Witwatersrand, Air Dehumidification Plant 162*
  • Winding. See Winding
  • See also Coal; Collieries; Mining; Ores;
  • and Paragraph Index Mineral Oils. SeeOtZ#
  • Resources of Rouinania, Jteport, 239
  • of Yugoslavia, 271
  • Wagon, Self-Discharging (Compagnie Fran¬
  • caise de Materiel de Chemlns de Fer), 230*
  • See also Coal; Mining; Ores; and PARA¬GRAPH Index
  • Mincralogical Relationships of Copper Corrosion Products. 387. 631
  • Miners’ Lamps. Bulbs for. Standard Specifi¬cation, 188
  • at Cardiff Exhibition, 658
  • Mining of Alluvial Deposits (Review), 195
  • Engineers, Institution of. Compressed Air and Electricity in Collieries, by Prof. D.
  • Hay and N. E. Webster. 105.
  • and Metallurgy, Institution of. Annual Report. 75
  • Ore Flotation, Use of Reagents, Report. 219
  • See also Paragraph Index Ministry of Transport. See Transport
  • “ Miss Britain I,” Scott-Paine Racing Motor Boat, 200*. See Addendum, 439
  • Mississippi River. Flood Control on (Review), 574
  • Mittelland Canal and Anderten Locks, Ger¬many, 35*. 101*, 159*
  • Mixers, Metal, in Open-Hearth Works. 448
  • Mixing Machines, Concrete. See Concrete
  • Mochel, N. L., on Fatigue Tests of Nitrided Steel, 282
  • Models, Scientific and Technical, Display of. 433
  • Experiments on Flow over Dams, 58 See also Aeronautics; Ship Models;
  • Ship Pesistance
  • Tests. Celluloid. Raritan River Bridge. New Jersey, 198*
  • on Ships. National Physical Laboratory. 208
  • Moir, Sir E. W., on Science and Engineering. 335. See 331, 351
  • Moll Port, Open-Hearth Furnace, 447*
  • Monarch Machine Tool Co., 8-in. High-Speed Lathe, 634*
  • Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., Refinery, Clvdach. South Wales, 349*. 422*. 454*'
  • Monkhouse. A. C'.,on Effluents from Gas Works. 311
  • Monotrac Motor Cultivator (G. Monro, Ltd.). 784*. See 403*
  • Monro, G., Ltd., Duotrac Motor Cultivator. 403* ; Monotrac Motor Cultivator, 784* Montfort’s Maschinenfabrik, Vertical-Turret Lathe, 170*
  • Montsinger, M.,on Impulse Voltage Strength of Transformers, 27
  • Moore, R. L.. on Specimens for Torsion Tests of Metals, 281
  • Mooring Towers for Airships, 114, 414
  • Moravska Ostrava Coal Mines. Compressed Air and Electricity in, 126
  • Morgan, Prof. G. T., on State Research in Chemistry, 702
  • Morrison, W. M.. Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 610*, 674*, 735*
  • Morrow, L. W. \V., on Power Supply in United States, 250
  • Mortars, Concretes and Cements, Volume Changes in, 105
  • Mortising Machines. See Machine Tools Moss, Dr. H., on Detonation and Lubricating
  • Oil. 31*, 99. See Letter, 172
  • Motor Boats, Aluminium-Alloy Hulls, 593
  • Exhibition, Olympia. 550*, 591*
  • Fire Prevention in, 158
  • Fishing, Trials of Oil Engines for. 427
  • Racing. “ Miss Britain I.” 209*. See Addendum, 439
  • Car Design, Trend of, 495
  • Motor Car Details :
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor- Car
  • Forward Bogie, Sentinel Eight-Wheeled Steam Wagon. 326*
  • Gear-Box and Clutch. 15-h.p. Armstrong- Siddeley Car, 498*
  • Gears, Epicyclic, Advantages of. 498
  • Hydraulic Clutch and Gear Box. 4()-h.p Twelve-Cylinder Daimler Car, 528*
  • Transmission Gear, 10-h.p. Four-Cvlinder Trojan Car, 498*. See Erratum, 564
  • 12-h.p. Six-Cylinder Triumph Scor¬pion Car, 501*
  • Motor-Car Engines. See Engines, Petrol
  • Engineering, National Certificates in, 435
  • Engineers. See Automobile Engineers
  • Exhibition, Olympia. 497*, 528*. See Erratum, 564
  • 10-h.p. Four-Cylinder Trojan, 498*. Sec Erratum, 564
  • Fuels. See Motor Fuels
  • Gear-Boxes. See Motor-Car Details
  • Industry, Position of, 497
  • 15-h.p. Six-Cylinder Armstrong-Sidde-ley, 498*
  • 12-h.p. Six-Cylinder Scorpion (Triumph Motor Co., Ltd.), 500*
  • 40-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Daimler. 528*
  • See also Motor-Cycles; and Paragraph Index
  • Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coach Services and Road Traffic Act, 1930. 466. See Letter, 563
  • Cultivator, Monotrac and Duotrac (G. Monro, Ltd.), 403*, 784*
  • Cycle Engines. Sec Engines. Petrol, Motor-Cycle
  • and Cycle Exhibition, Olympia, 623
  • Industry, Position of, 623
  • Trend of Design, 623
  • Electric, Alternating-Current, with Phase Displacement, 27
  • Alternating-Current, Rossmann Speed Control for, 694*. See Addendum, 740 Double-Slot Three-Phase, 27
  • High-Terminal Voltage, 27
  • in Industry, Economic's of, 504
  • Large, Construction, 21
  • for Mines, Standard Specification, 188
  • for Single-Phase Locomotives, 215
  • Three-Phase Squirrel-Cage, Advantages of. 27
  • Variable-Speed, for Feed Pumps, 726
  • Fuels, American, Sulphur Content of, 228
  • Anti-Knock, Investigation on, 468, 512*
  • Detonation and Lubricating Oil, 31*, 99. See Letter, 172
  • Future Supply of, 21. 91
  • High-Compression, Tests of, 415
  • Motor Fuels from Natural-Gas Plants in United States. 524
  • Volatility and Engine Performance, 105
  • Wood as, 415
  • Generators, 10,000 kv.-a.. for Wattless-Load Testing Plant (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines; Motor Curs; Motor Boats; Tractors Launches. Sec Motor Boats
  • Marine. See Engines; Marine Propul¬sion ; Motor Ships
  • Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • Petrol. Sec Aeronautic; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats; Motor Cars; 'Tractors Motorships, Cargo, Economics of, 79, 89
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 111, 497
  • Eire Prevention and Protection in, 458
  • Fuel Problems connected with, 561
  • German, Machinery of. 477
  • " Kota Agoeng,” with Fottinger Trans¬mission, 677*
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report. 527
  • Register Book. 140
  • Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 42, 210, 420
  • and Steamers, Relative Efficiencies, 79. 89
  • “ Winchester Castle,” 490*. See Erratum, 523
  • See also Marine Propulsion Motor Spirit. See Motor Fuel
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Traffic and Road Construction, 629
  • Transport Problems in, 415.,
  • in United States, C’o-Ordination of. 816.
  • Vehicles, Advantages of Oil Engines, 534
  • Commercial, Speed of, 654. See Letter, 754
  • High-Speed Diesel Engines for, 415
  • Skidding of, 777
  • Transmission Gear for. 416
  • World Markets for, 84*, 151*, 160. 301*, 452*, 609*, 732*. 781, 809
  • Wagon, Steam. Rigid Eight-Wheeled (Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd ). 326*
  • See also Tractors
  • Motorists and Public Lighting, 377
  • Mould, Ingot, for Harmet Process, 565
  • Moulding Machines, Wood. See Machine Tools
  • Refractories. Extrusion Machine for. 209* See also Foundry
  • Mountain Railway, Triest-Opieina, Re-Equip¬ment of, 133*
  • Miiller. H., on Increased Pressure of Gas Supply, 29
  • Miiller. Prof. P.. on Development of Single-Phase Electric Locomotives, 215
  • Muller, W. J., on Fuel Problems in Mercantile
  • Marine, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Mumford, A. R., on District Heating in United States, 248
  • Municipal and County Engineers, Institution of. Modern Treatment of Sewage; Es¬pecially as Affecting Trade Wastes, by T. P. Francis, 729
  • Tramways. See Tramways
  • Munktells Mekaniska Verkstads Aktiebolag, 30-h.p. Semi-Diesel Agricultural Tractor, 437*
  • Museum, Commercial, Philadelphia, Report. 689
  • Display of Exhibits in, 433
  • Royal United Service, Old Wrought-Iron Chain Link. 44*. See Letter, 118*
  • Science, South Kensington, Annual Report. 749
  • Musker, A., the Late, 659
  • Myers. W. H., on Mercury Rectifiers on New South Wales Railways and Tramways, 215

N.

  • NAISSMITH Sloping Wall. Open-Hearth Furnace, 447*
  • Napier, Admiral Sir G., Writings on Steam Vessels, 315
  • Nathan, M. L., on Air Filters for Internal-Com¬bustion Engines, 221*. See Letter, 295*
  • Xnthusius, Dr. IL, on Electric Heating in Industry, 503
  • National Association of Supervising Elec¬tricians. See Supervising Electricians
  • Certificates. See Education
  • Fuel Policy, Need for, 561
  • National Gas Engine C'o., Ltd., 6£-b.h.p. Single-Cylinder Oil Engine. 40*
  • Physical Laboratory, Report on Work, 66,
  • 117*, 146*, 168*, 208*, 240*, 271*. 316*; Wind-Tunnel Experiments on Airship Models, 341 ; Investigations on Reflec¬tion from Road Surfaces, 698; Experi¬ments on Skidding of Road Vehicles, 777
  • Natural Gas-Air Mixtures, Intlammabilitv of. Report, 439
  • Industry in United States, 28, 648
  • in Poland, 92
  • Motor-Spirit Plants in United States, Sta¬tistics, 524
  • Naval Architects. German Society of. Inflam¬mability of Construction and Insulating Materials on Ships, by Dr. Schafer, 458 ; Inflammability of Cargo, hv !)r. Liere, 458; Fighting Ship Fires, by Dr. Sander^ 458; Fire Protection in German Liners, by Herr Biedermann, 458; Fire Protec¬tion in Oil Tankers, by Dr. C’ommentz, 458

Naval Architects, Institution of:

  • Summer Meeting, Liverpool:
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 79
  • Reports of Discussions, 79, 114
  • Institution Dinner, 115
  • Visits and Excursions, 115
  • Mechanisation of Airship Handling, hv
  • Major G. H. Scott, 114
  • Economies of Cargo Liners, by Hon. L. II. Crlpps, 89. See 79
  • Trial Trip Performances of Three Similar Ships, by W. H. Woolnough and Dr. A. M. Robb, 93*. See 114
  • Effect of Growth in Size of Cargo Ships, with Especial Reference to Liverpool Docks, by T. R. Wilton, 121*. See 115
  • Direct Measurement of the Virtual Mass of Ship Models, by Prof. T. B. Abell, 154*. See 116
  • Model Experiments on the Wind Resist¬ance of Ships, bv G. Hughes, 184*. See 116
  • Award of Scholarship, 267 Scholarships in Naval Architecture and
  • Marine Engineering. 719 Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ameri¬
  • can Society of, 10,000-ton Treaty Cruisers, with Particular Reference to “ Salt Lake City ” and ” Pensacola.” by Rear-Admiral G. H. Rock, 769; Ship Design from Operator’s Point of View, by W. B. Fergu¬son, C. E. Petersen and H. E. Stocker, 770; S.S. ” Leviathan,” Damage, Repairs and Strength Analysis, by J. L. Wilson, 770; Uses of Aluminium in Shipbuild¬ing, by P. V. Faragher. 770; Modern Geared Turbines, by (’. R. Waller, 770; Thrust Measurements in S.S. ” Clairton,” by R. R. Adams, 770; Results of Experi¬ments upon Bulbous Bows, by Prof. E. M. Bragg. 770
  • Construction. See Worships
  • Engineering College, Keyham, Jubilee of. 87
  • Officers and Steam Navigation, 315 See also Worships
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics Navvy. Steam. See Excavating Machine Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships
  • German. See German under Warships
  • United States. See United States under Warships
  • See also A'</»•<//; Warships; and Paragraph Index
  • Naxos-Union. Vertical-Spindle Grinding Ma¬chine, 648*
  • Nelson River, Manitoba, White Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Project, 235
  • Netherlands, Engineering Markets of, 87. 160, 453, 733, 809
  • New England Power Co., Dow Disc-Arm Pivot Valves. 344*
  • New Jersey Power and Light Co., Operation of
  • Holland Power Station, 778
  • Raritan River Bridge, 196*
  • South Wales Railways, 70-ton Breakdown Cranes, 88* ; Mercury Rectifiers on, 215 Wales, Report on Public Works, 809
  • York. Hudson Tunnel, Prevention of Caisson
  • Disease during Construction, 331, 336. 353
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, Substructure, 227*
  • Subway Construction Methods, 257, 509*, 791*
  • Zealand, Arapuni Hydro-Electric Power Scheme, Reconditioning. 676*
  • Economic Conditions in. Report, 238
  • Engineering Markets of, 303*. 453. 610
  • Lake Waikaremoana Hydro-Electric Scheme, 571
  • Newbury, F. I)., on Rating of Large Water-Wheel-Driven Generators, 27
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Extension of Dunston Power Station, 562
  • Newcomen Society, Summer Meeting, Liver¬pool, 436; Liverpool and Manchester Railway Centenary, 436; Origin of the Windmill, by H. P. Vowles, 519; Annual Meeting, 722 ; Fire-Extinguishing Engines in England. 1625-1725, by R. Jenkins, 722
  • Nickel, Atmospheric Corrosion of, 507. See 386
  • Carbonyl and Lubricating Oil in Petrol Engines, 31*, 99
  • Chromium-Iron Alloys, National Physical Laboratory Researches. 209
  • Copper and Chromium, Electroplating with (Review), 737
  • Standard Specification. 181
  • Influence on Cast Iron, 57*
  • and Nickel-Chromium Steels, Properties of, 280
  • Refined, Standard Specification, 181
  • Refinery, Clydach, South Wales, 349*. 422*, 454*
  • Nielsen, H., on Pulverised-Fuel Firing, 573*, 638*
  • Niethammer, Dr. F., on Limitations in Genera¬tor Construction. 27. See 242*. See Letter, 294; On Combined Heat and Power Supply, 248 ; On (Bass Insulators, 347
  • Nietseh, V., on Pumping Operations at Gosau Lakes, 157
  • Nigeria, Kurra Falls Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 219
  • Nisbet, G., A Co.’s Steamers, Trial Trip Per¬formances, 93*, 114
  • Nitrates, Artificial, and Wheat Supply, 318 Nitrided Steel, Fatigue Tests of. 282 Nitrogen, Effect on Structure of Electric Welds, 538*
  • Noak, W. G., Economical Steam Pressures in Power Stations, 187
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. Sec I feat Insula¬tion
  • Ferrous .Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy Nordmann, H., on Locomotive Development in Germany, 214
  • Norstrand, A., on Export of Electricity from Norway to Germany, 216
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Progress of Transport of Oil hv Sea, by J. McGovern, 112; Annual Report, 587
  • North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co., 33,099-36,090 volt Turbo-Generator, 189*, 259*
  • Notes from, 15, 44. 74, 109, 141, 173, 203, 235, 267, 297. 329, 363, 397, 431, 463, 493, 523, 555, 587, 619, 651, 680, 712, 745, 775. See Paragraph Index
  • Norton Co., Angular-Wheel Grinding Machine, 617*
  • Norway, Engineering Markets of, 87, 160, 453, 809
  • Export of Electricity to Germany, 216
  • Norway, Sunndalfjord Hydro-Electric Develop¬ment, 571
  • Notched-Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials) Notes on New Books. See Books and LITERA¬TURE Index
  • See Cleveland ; North ; South West; South
  • Yorkshire; Labour. See also Paragraph Index
  • Nottingham University College, Engineering Laboratories, 52*
  • Nova Scotia, Department of Public Works and Mines, Report, Anhydrite Plasters and Cements, 244
  • ' Novelty,” Locomotive, Preservation of Cylinder from, 403
  • Nozzles, Fuel, for High-Speed Oil Engines, 536*, 572

O.

  • O.P.R. Lubrication System for Ships, 660
  • Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube, California, 383*, 449*

Obituary :

  • Observatory, Valentia, Visibility at, 814
  • Ollice Buildings. Modern, Economic Height of (Review), 195
  • Oil-Burning System, Eneo, 505*
  • Cooling by Air, 708. See Letter. 783
  • Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • Fuel and Coal, Relative Merits for Ships, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • Diesel, Future Supply of. 91
  • Industrial Uses of, 561
  • and Grease Removal, Tri-Sodium Phosphate. 814
  • Lubricating, and Detonation in Petrol
  • Engines, 31*, 67, 99. See Letter, 172
  • Effect of Lead-Ethyl Dope on, 67
  • Mineral, Production, Ragusa, Sicily, 91
  • Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars:
  • Motor Boats; Tractors
  • Natural and Synthetic, Production of, 22
  • Production in Argentina, 92
  • Resources of Poland, 92
  • Shale Distilling System, Fushun, Japan, 91
  • Estonian, Treatment of, 91
  • Switches. Sec Sivitchgear
  • Tanker Construction and Corrison, 112
  • Fire Protection in, 458
  • Transport by Sea. Progress of. 112
  • See also Lubrication ; Petroleum
  • Oldham & Son, Ltd., Miners Gas-Detection Lamp, 658
  • Oleic Acid, Effect on Doped Motor Fuel, 31, 99
  • Oliven, Dr. ()., on European Super-Power Stations, 21
  • Oliver, C. E., the Late, 23
  • Oliver, J. M., on Power Station Loads and Frequency and Voltage Regulation, 347
  • Olympia. See Exhibition
  • Oneglia, Italy, Open-IIcarth Furnaces, 376
  • Ontario, Cornwall Bridge over St. Lawrence, 267
  • Domestic Use of Electricity, 59
  • Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Report. 207
  • Lignite Deposits in, 267
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Optical Projection Apparatus, Standard Specification, 169
  • Pyrometers, National Physical Laboratory, 209*
  • Researches, National Physical Laboratory,
  • Orcutt, H. F. L., on Spur-Gear Transmission, 416
  • Ore Flotation, Use of Reagents, Report, 219
  • Iron, of Czechoslovakia, Characteristics, 817
  • Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Orrok. G. A., on High Steam Pressures and Temperatures, 25*, 339*. See 407
  • Oscillators, Quartz, Researches, National Physical Laboratory, 271*
  • Standard High-Frequency, of Wide Range, 253*
  • Oscillograph. See Electric
  • Oskar Coal Mine, Compressed Air and Electri¬city in, 126
  • Ostend Chamber of Commerce, International Marine Motor Trials, 427
  • Ostertag, Prof. P., on Internal-Combustion Engines in Switzerland, 572
  • O’Toole, E., on Dry Cleaning of Coal, 760
  • Ott, Prof. E.,on Swiss Gas Industry, 312
  • Otto System, Ozone Filtration, 130
  • Outicourb Lathe Tool Holders and Cutters, 129
  • Ovens, Bakers’, Electric, in France, 130
  • Steam-Heated, Explosions of, 24
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • Constant-Temperature, Rugby Wireless Station. 542*
  • Overhead Lines Power Transmission, Ayles¬bury District, 181*
  • Power Transmission, Earthed Neutral System, 347
  • Power Transmission, Earthing and Lightning Protection, 313. See 50
  • Power Transmission, Inductive Inter¬ference, 50, 313
  • Power Transmission, Joint for Steel-Cored Aluminium Conductors, 760*
  • Power Transmission, Lightning Protec¬tion of, 50. See 313
  • Power Transmission, Problems in, 22. 347
  • Power Transmission, Removal of Ice on, 347
  • Power Transmission, Russian, 347
  • Overseas Trade Department, Reports on Econo¬mic Conditions, in Belgium, 176; New Zealand, 238; Persia, 327; Italy, 434; Rouinania, 470; Spain, 590; Bulgaria, 664 : Germany, 808
  • Ower, E.. on Flow in Gases, 701
  • Oxford. University of, Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Tractor Trials, 367*. 401*, 437*, 466
  • Oxidation and Metallic Friction, Experiments on, 29
  • Oxweld Acetylene Company, Methane De¬tector, 328
  • Oxv-Acetylene Cutting and Welding Plant, Portable (C. S. Milne <fc Co., Ltd.), 156*
  • Industry, Report, 78
  • See also Welding
  • Oxygen, Effect on Structure of Electric Welds. 538
  • Use in Gas Manufacture, 312
  • Ozone, Use in Water Filtration, Progress in France, 130

P.

  • PACKING. Labyrinth, High-Pressure Tur¬bines, Billingham Power Plant, 183*
  • Padiham Power Station, Operating Data, 25
  • Padovani, Prof. C., on Italian Fuels. 92
  • Page, Sir A., on the British Grid System. 347
  • Palladium, Melting Point of. 240
  • Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Co., Ltd.. Launch of H.M.S. ” Brazen,” 140
  • Paper. Manufacture from Straw, in Australia. 180
  • Mills, Watford, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 487*
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • Paris. Gas Supply in High-Pressure Cylinders, 28
  • International Fair, 129
  • Issy-les-Moulineaux Power Station. Boiler Control, 505
  • Steam Heating in. 248
  • Parker, F., Ltd., Sand and Gravel Washing Machine, 426*
  • Parkgate Coal Seam, Spores in, 740
  • Parodi, H., on Railway Electrification in Europe and United States, 215
  • Parsons, C. A., & Co., Ltd., 33,000-36,000 volt Turbo-Generator. 189*, 259*
  • Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 50-90 b.h.p. Four- Cylinder Marine Motor. 73* ; 10-20 b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Petrol-Paraffin En¬gine, 553*
  • Parsons, Klapp, Brinckerhoff Douglas. Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 605*, 667*. 702*
  • Parsons, Sir C. A., on Steam Turbine with Large Overload Capacities, 188; on High- Pressure Steam for Ships, 477
  • Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Pasini, A. E., on Boiler-Furnace Refractories. 794
  • Passenger Steamers. See Steamers
  • Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Acts (Review), 719
  • Record, 60*, 220*, 348*, 604*. See Patent Record Index
  • Paterson, C. C., on Fundamental Problems of Research, 560. See 557. See Letter. 660
  • Paving Bricks for Roads. 615
  • Pavlousek, V., on Pumped-Storage Plants in Czechoslovakia, 571
  • Payment of Labour. See Labour
  • Peak Load Conditions, Boilers for, 214
  • Diesel Oil Engines for, 571
  • Pearce, A., the Late, 585
  • Pearce, Dr. S. L., on Treatment of Flue Gases
  • from Power Stations, 312; Battersea Power Station, 628*
  • Pearson & Knowles Engineering Co., Ltd Replacement of Railway Bridge, Liverpool 5o4
  • Pedersen Self-Loading Rifle (Viekers-Arm¬strongs, Ltd.), 665*
  • Peek, G. W., Junr., on Design of Transmission Lines, 213
  • Pelton Wheels, 10,000-h.p., Lochaber Water- Power Scheme, 735
  • Pendred, L. St. L., on Engineering and Inven¬tion, 531 ; on Branch Organisation of lechnical Societies, 747
  • Pendulum, Differential, for Determining Acceleration of Ships, 116, 154*
  • Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co Early Iron Steamers. 643
  • Penn, John, Work of, 146. 193
  • " Pensacola,” U.S.S., Design of. 769
  • Penstocks, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 674*
  • Persia. Economic Conditions in. Report, 3>7
  • Peru, Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Peter, Prof. F., on Waste-Heat Boilers in Iron and Steel Works, 214
  • Petersen, C. E., on Ship Design for Easy Opera¬tion, 770
  • Petersen. Prof. W„ on Switchgear for Large Installations, 504
  • Peterson R. E., on Fatigue Tests of Fillet M elds, 281
  • Petri, A., on Electricity in Domestic and Agricultural Use, 59
  • Petrol Motors. See Aeronautics; Engines,
  • Petrol' Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • Petroleum Products, Experimental Tests of, 1 I/O
  • Residues, Utilisation for Power Purposes. 91
  • Technologists, Institution of. Annual Dinner, 501
  • See also Oil; Paraffin ; Engines. Oil Petty, I). M., on Transportation within Steel
  • Works, 760
  • Pucker, Dr. A., on Reliability and Design of Steam Turbines, 695*
  • Phelp, W. B., the Late. 234
  • Phenol Recovery Plants in Germanv, 689
  • Phenological Observations in British Isles, 1928-1929, 739
  • Philadelphia Commercial Museum, Report, 689
  • Philippi, l*rof. W., on Electric Motors in Industry, 504
  • Phillips* Canyon, British Columbia, Hydro- Electric Scheme, 461
  • Phillips, E. G., on Costs of Private and Public Power Supply, 807
  • Philo Power Station, Operating Data. 25
  • Phosphorus, Effect on Gun-Metal, 388
  • Photo-Elastic Methods, Stress Determinationby, Timber Cleavage Tests, 436
  • Electric Cells (General Electric Co.. Ltd.), 108
  • Photometry, Work of National Physical Laboratory. 272
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs Physical Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Laboratory. See National Physical Physics. Barometers. Testing of, National
  • Physical Laboratory, 273
  • Cohesion, Nature of, 700
  • Convection lleat Transfer, Calculation of, 177*, 193*. See Letters, 274. 405, 783
  • Department. National Physical Laboratory. Work of, 240*
  • Energy Distribution in Daylight Spectrum. 241 and Engineering, 531
  • Experimental Handbook (Review), 575
  • Elame Temperature Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 240
  • Gyromagnetic Effect* 700
  • Luminous Efficiency of Electric Lamps, 560
  • Mechanical Dehumidification of Moist Air. 162*
  • Modern, Papers on (Review). 575
  • Optical Researches, National Physical Laboratory, 241
  • Proton, Dirac Theory of, 701
  • Radiology Research, National Physical Laboratory, 241
  • Solid State of Matter, 701
  • Sound Investigations, National Physical Laboratory. 241
  • Specific Heat of Powders. Stirrer for Deter¬mination. 240*
  • Spectrophotometer for Flicker Photometry. 273*
  • Spectrum Analysis of Steels, 635*
  • - Standard Symbols in, 238
  • Structure of Solid State in Inorganic Compounds, 701
  • Sub-Atomic Energy, 50, 237
  • Temperature, Dimensions of, 683. 687. See Letters, 754, 783
  • Standards, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 240
  • Terrestrial Magnetism. Theories of. 438
  • Thermal Conductivity of Bismuth, 240
  • Thermometer Testing, National Physical Laboratory, 240
  • Waves and Corpuscles (Review), 575
  • Wave Mechanics, Introduction to (Review), 575
  • Physiological Effects of High Air Pressure, 351
  • Piaggio, E., on Tidal Power in Argentina, 570
  • Pickles, J. T., Triple-Cutting Chain Saw. 634
  • Pickling of Iron and Steel (Review), 274
  • Piers, Ferro-Concrete, Kill van Kull Bridge. New York, 227*
  • Pig Iron. Production in Thin-Walled Blast Furnaces, 372, 817*
  • See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Pignot, Dr. A., on Gas Supply in High-Pressure Cylinders, 28
  • Piles, Ferro-Concrete, Design, Preparation and Application, 727
  • Piling. Steel Sheet, Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, 227*
  • Sheet. Lackawanna. Welland Ship Canal, 320*
  • Sheet, Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube. 385*
  • Filling, N. B., on Iron-Chromium-Nickel Alloys, 280
  • Pilsen, Skoda Works, Harmet Process for Steel Ingots, 371*, 565*
  • Pinel, Mr., on Locomotives in the Mines of Dourges. 126
  • Pinions. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Pinson, A. O. W. D., on Cairo Main Drainage Extensions, 782
  • Pipe Bends, Strength of, 655
  • Line Construction for Water-Power Schemes (Review), 484
  • Steel, Lochaber Water Power Scheme, 674*, 735*
  • Screwing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Steam. See Steam Pipes See also Tubes
  • Pisfor, G. E. J., Skyscrapers in America, 113
  • Pit Props, Loads on, Investigations, 801 Steel, Report, 18
  • Pitch-Screw Measuring Bench for National Physical Laboratory. 316*
  • Pite, Prof. B., on Architecture of Concrete, 727
  • Pittsburg Coal Co., Bituminous Coal-Cleaning Plant, 102*
  • Pivots, Friction of, Experiments at National Physical Laboratory, 273*
  • Plants, Size and Form in, 318
  • Plasters and Cements, Anhydrite, Report, 244
  • Plastic Strain, Heat Generated by, National
  • Physical Laboratory Investigations, 208
  • Plasticity of ('lay, Measurement of, 10, 813
  • Plate-Roll, Finishing Machine (Fetu-Deflze), 579
  • Plate Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools - Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Surface, Testing at National Physical Laboratory, 318*
  • Plating, Electro. See Electro Plata, H., on Oil Production in the Argentine, 92
  • Plough, Tractor, Four-Furrow (J. & F. Howard, Ltd.), 81*
  • Plug Gauge Tests at National Physical Labora¬tory, 318
  • Wall, Standard Specification, 45
  • Pneumatic Asb-ltemoval Wagon (Allen Air Appliance Co.), 537*
  • Coal-Cleaning Plant, Horden Colliery, 390*
  • See also Compressed Air; Air Compressor
  • Podhreznik, Dr. F., on Coal Production in Yugoslavia, 92
  • Pohl, Dr. R., on Limitations in Generator Construction, 27. See 242*. See Letter, 294
  • Poirin Frdres et Cie., Chain-Making Machines, 130
  • Poland, Engineering Markets of, 87, 100
  • Laziska-Gorne, 40,000 kv.-a. Turbo-Genera¬tor, 26
  • Oil and Natural Gas in. 92
  • Polish Broadcasting Co., Warsaw Broad¬casting Station, 472*
  • Pollitt, Col. G. P., on Synthetic-Ammonia Industry, 311
  • Pollution, Air, from Works, 305
  • Atmospheric, Committee, Researches on Daylight, 241
  • River, Conference on. 654
  • Prevention, and Land Drainage Act. 1930. 730
  • and Sewage Disposal. 729
  • Treatment of Effluents from Gas Works, 311
  • Water, Research Board, Annual Report. 13
  • Polytechnic. See Education
  • Pope, Sir W., on Industry and Research, ($84 Porcelain Insulators, Tests of, 347
  • Port Colborne. Breakwater Extension, Welland Ship Canal. 637*
  • Hardy, S.S., Bauer-Wach Exhaust-Steam Turbine, 486*
  • of London, Annual Report, 271; Dock System, 583, 589
  • Open-Hearth Furnace, 447*
  • of Porto Marghera, Venice, Discharging Plant, 457*
  • of Shanghai, Report, 809
  • Weller Harbour. Welland Ship Canal, 576
  • Porta, A. la, on Oil Production, Ragusa, Sicilv, 91
  • Portals and Arches, Ferro-Concrete (Review) 421
  • Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube. 383*, 449
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Porto Marghera, Port of, Venice. Discharging Plant, 457*
  • Portsmouth Harbour. Old Iron Chain Link from. 44*. See Letter. 118*
  • Portugal, Engineering Markets, 809
  • Posey, G. A., Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube. 383*, 449*
  • Post Office, Rugby Wireless Station. 541*, 624*
  • Potentiometer. See Electric
  • Poultry Farm. Corstorphine. Electric Boilers and Ruths’ Accumulator, 460*
  • Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Coal Powders, Specific Heat of. Stirrer for Determination, 240*
  • Power Conference, World. Sec World Power Conference
  • Development. Research in, 216
  • Gas, in United States, 28
  • Heat (Review), 485
  • and Heat Plants, Combined. 248
  • in Industry and Economic Efficiency, 216
  • Mechanical, and Culture, 51
  • Plants, Hydro-Electric, Arapuni, New Zealand, Reconditioning, 676*
  • Hydro-Electric, Automatic and Remote-Controlled, 505
  • Hydro-Electric, in British Columbia, 304
  • Hydro-Electric, in Canada. 157. 813*
  • Hydro-Electric, on Danube. Effect on Shipping, 571
  • Hydro-Electric, Design of Supply Pipes to, 157
  • Hydro-Electric, Developments in, 158
  • Hydro-Electric, Disc-Arm Pivot Waives for, 344*
  • Hydro-Electric, East Kootenay Power Co.. Ltd., 461
  • Hydro-Electric, in Germany (Review), 33
  • Hydro-Electric, Gosau Lakes, Pumping Operations, 157
  • Hydro-Electric, Ice Conditions in, 158
  • Hydro-Electric. Island Falls, Saskatche¬wan, 244
  • Hydro-Electric, in Italy, 157
  • Hydro-Electric, Kurra Falls, Nigeria, 219
  • Hydro-Electric, Lake Waikaremoana Scheme, 571
  • Hydro-Electric, Lochaber, 610*, 674*, 735*
  • Hydro-Electric, Ontario Hydro-Electric (commission Report, 207
  • Hydro-Electric, Progress in Switzerland, 158
  • Hydro-Electric, Pumped Storage, 158, 248
  • Hydro-Electric, l’umped-Storage Plants in Czechoslovakia, 571
  • Hydro-Electric, Pumped Storage, Santee River, Carolina, 249
  • Hydro-Electric, in Quebec, 306
  • Hydro-Electric, Rating of Rivers, 113
  • Hydro-Electric, Storage Reservoirs in Canada. 571
  • Hydro-Electric, Sunndalfjord, Norway, 571
  • Hydro-Electric, in Sweden, 363
  • Hydro-Electric, White Mud Falls Project, Canada, 235
  • Protection during Strikes, 216
  • Steam and Water, Combined, 22, 313
  • See also Power Stations ; Power,
  • Water; Substations Press. See Machine Tools
  • Problems and Industrial Development, 216
  • Power Production, Use of Ammonium Acetate, 188
  • Resources of Lithuania, 92
  • .Schemes, Water, Pipe Line Construction for (Review). 484
  • for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propul¬sion ; Ship Resistance
  • Stations, Electric, in Argentina. 250
  • Electric, Automatic and Remote-Con¬trolled, 505
  • Electric, Barking, 475
  • Electric, Battersea, ,028*
  • Electric, Berlin, Load-Dispatching Sys¬tem, 572
  • Electric, Billingham Super-Pressure, 119*, 183,*, 217*
  • Electric, Brimsdown, 33,000-30,000 volt Turbo-Generator, 189*, 259*
  • Electric, British, Fuel Consumption and Units Generated, 558
  • Electric, Centralisation of Boiler Control, 505
  • Electric, Construction and Operation, 20
  • Electric, Control of Loads on, 347
  • Electric, Costs of Operating, 807
  • Electric, Deepwater, Wilmington, Opera¬tion of, 778
  • Electric, Deptford West, 475
  • Electric, Developments in Steam Cycle for, 597*, 020, 001 ♦, 723*
  • Electric, Diesel Engines for Peak Loads. 571. See 808
  • Electric, Dunston. Extension, 502
  • Electric, Dust and Fumes from, 305, 312, 709*
  • Electric, Economic Speeds for Turbo-Alternators. 454. See Letter, 519
  • Electric. Economics of High-Pressure Steam, 25*
  • Electric, Economical Steam Pressures in, 187
  • Electric, Effect of Load Factor on Economy, 339*
  • Electric, Elimination of Sulphurous Fumes, Report. 709*. Sec 305
  • Electric, European, Interconnection of, 21
  • Electric, and Gas Works, Co-Operation between, 313
  • Electric, German, Fuels for, 249
  • Electric, Heat-Consumption Tests in. 324
  • Electric, Heating of Reserve Turbo-Generators, 245*, 279*
  • Electric, High Pressures and High Tem¬peratures in, 339*, 407, 597*, 020, 001* 723*
  • Electric, Holland, New Jersey, Opera¬tion of, 778
  • Electric, Interconnection of, 215, 248
  • Electric, Internal-Combustion Engines for, 808. Sec 571
  • Electric, Italian, 313
  • Electric, in Japan, 250
  • Electric, Kalamazoo, Removal of Ash from Flue-Gases at, 150*
  • Electric. Laziska-Gornc, Poland. 40,000-kv.-a. Turbo-Generator, 20
  • Electric, Leningrad, 92
  • Electric, Materials for High-Pressure Boilers, 544
  • Electric, Remote Control for, 51
  • Electric, Rossmann Speed Control for Fan Motors, 094*. Sec Addendum, 740
  • Electric, Steam Supply for Peak Loads in, 214
  • Electric, Steam Turbine Operation in, 095*
  • Electric, Treatment of Flue Gases, 312
  • Electric, Tsurumi, Japan, 244
  • Electric, United States, Operating Data, 25
  • Electric, United States Practice, 187
  • Electric, West Ham, Extensions, 709
  • Fort William, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 010*, 074*, 735*
  • Hydro-Electric, Pumped Storage, River Danube, 249
  • Steam, Horden Colliery, 390*
  • Sec also Power Plants ; Substations Storage and Accumulation, 49, 248
  • in Germany, Pumping Plants for, 248
  • Supply in Central European States, 92
  • in Different Countries, 250
  • Electric, Aylesbury District, 181*
  • Electric, British, Fuel Consumption and Units Generated, 558
  • Electric, in Canada, 250
  • Electric, Costs of, 807
  • Electric, Development in Switzerland. 20
  • Electric, Effect of Legislation and Public Control, 21
  • Electric, Export of Energy from Norway to Germany, 210
  • Electric, as Index of Industrial Pros¬perity, 210
  • Electric, an Integrated, 407
  • Electric, Interchange of Power with Industrial Plants, 808
  • Electric, Interconnected Systems in United States, 248
  • Electric, in Latvia, 250
  • Electric, Load Distribution between fraction Networks, 215
  • Electric, and National Fuel Policy, 501
  • Electric, Private versus Public, 807
  • Electric, Rationalisation of, 807
  • Electric, Report of Ontario Hydro-Electric Commission, 207
  • Electric, for Single-Phase Railways. 215
  • Electric, in Stockholm, 250
  • Electric, Telemetering in, 505
  • Electric, in United States, Costs, 250
  • Electric, Use of Internal-Combustion Engines, 808
  • and Heat-Supply Stations, 51
  • from Hot Springs, 210
  • in Steel Works, 248
  • World, Problems of, 210
  • Tidal, in Argentina, 51, 570
  • Transmission by Alternating-Current Low-Voltage Systems, 347
  • Electric, in Connected Networks, 22
  • in Factories, Vehicles and Locomotives. 410
  • by Gearing, Experiments, National Physical Laboratory, 07 '
  • Power Transmission by Gears, Progress in, 416
  • by Line Shafting, 416
  • Overhead Lines, Aylesbury District, 181*
  • Overhead Lines, British, Earthed Neutral System, 347
  • Overhead Lines, Earthing and Lightning Protection, 50, 313
  • Overhead Lines, Inductive Interference, 50, 313
  • Overhead Lines, Joint for Steel-Gored Aluminium Conductors, 760*
  • Overhead Lines, Problems in, 347
  • Overhead Lines, Removal of lee on, 347
  • Overhead Lines, Russian, 347
  • Systems, Problems of, 347
  • Systems, Protection of. 347
  • See also Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Water, Developments in British Columbia, 304
  • Development in Canada, 157, 306. 813* :
  • Quebec, 306 ; Sweden. 363
  • Economies of Development, 158
  • Economies of Utilisation, 49
  • in Electrochemical Industries, 571
  • in Germany (Review), 33
  • and Irrigation in Italy, 157, 249
  • Rating of Rivers, 113
  • Regulations in Austria, 571
  • See also Hydraulic ; Pou'er Plants, Hy¬dro-Elect rir; Pelton Wheels; Turbines; Hydraulic Powcrton Power Station, Rossman Variable Speed Control for Auxiliaries, ($94*. See Addendum, 740
  • Prague Ironworks Co., Thin-Walled Blast Furnaces, 371, 817*
  • Meeting, Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel Institute Premier Gas Engine Co., Ltd., 1,000-h.p. Eight-Cylinder Oil Engine, 723* : Trials of 750-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 740
  • Presidential Address to Association of Managers of Sewage Disposal Works, by J. Haworth, on River Pollution, 729
  • to Association of Public Lighting
  • Engineers, by T. Wilkie, on Lighting of Leicester, 377
  • to Association of Supervising Electrical Engineers, by S. B. Donkin, on Electrical Load-Dispatching in Berlin, 572
  • to British Association, by Prof. F. O. Bower, on Size and Form in Plants, 318
  • to British Association (Engineering Sec¬tion), by Sir E. W. Moir, on Interdepen¬dence of Science and Engineering, 335. See 331, 351
  • to British Association (Mathematical and Physical Science Section), by Dr. F. E. Smith, on Theories of Terrestrial Magnet¬ism, 438
  • to Institution of Civil Engineers, by Sir G. W. Humphreys, on Public Services of London, 582. See 58S)
  • to the Institute of Fuel, by Sir D.Milne- Watson, on Problems in Fuel Industry, 560
  • to Institution of Automobile Engineers.
  • by Sir H. Austin, on Motor-Car Design, 495
  • to Institution of Electrical Engineers, by C. C. Paterson, on Fundamental Problems of Research. 560. Sec 557. Sec Letter, 660
  • to Institution of Mechanical Engineers, by L. St. L. Pendred, Random Reflec¬tions, 531
  • to Institution of Structural Engineers,
  • by R. H. H. Stanger, on Concrete, 646. See 715
  • Io Trades Union Congress, by J. Beard, on Trade Union Policy, 299
  • Press. See Machine 'Tools
  • Pressure Die-Cast Aluminium Alloys, Proper¬ties of, 334, 345*
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price Diagrums Primary Battery. See Cell under Electric Printing Machines, Rotarv-Flat (Builder Frdres), 130
  • Producer (fas in Gas Industry, 312
  • Production and Use, 126
  • Wood, for Motor Vehicles, 415
  • Professional Civil Servants, Institution of, Annual Dinner, 717
  • Projection Apparatus, Optical, Standard Specification, 169
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Model Experiments on, 208, 770
  • Screw, Early History of, 190
  • Props, Pit, Loads on. Investigations, 801 Steel, Report, 18
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine. Propulsion ; Engines; Turbines; Propellers; Ship Resistance
  • Proton, Dirac Theory of, 701
  • Public Cleansing, Institute of, Future of Public
  • Cleansing Work, by H. Cook, 730
  • Cleansing in London, Report, 77
  • Health Exhibition and Congress, 729
  • Lighting Engineers, Association of, Leicester
  • Meeting, Presidential Address by T. Wilkie, on Lighting of Leicester, 377 ; Practical Use of a Test Room, by W. L. Marshall and It. H. Redmill, 377 ; Gas in Relation to Public Street Illumination, by C. I. Winstone and W. A. Bishop, 377 ; Labo¬ratory Experience of South Metropolitan Gas Co., 377; Laboratory Experience in Relation to Public Lighting, by G. II. Wilson, 377 ; The Lighting of Birming¬ham, by R. Mason, 377 ; Public Lighting as Viewed by the Motorist, by 11. Sturgess- Wells, 377
  • Transport Services, Co-ordination of, 466. See Letter, 563
  • Works Department, New South Wales, Report on, 809
  • Pullin, V. E., on X-Rays in Engineering Prac¬tice, 785*. See 779
  • Pulverised Coal, Fineness Determination. 641*
  • Firing in Ships, 477, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • Firing Tests, 573*, 638*
  • Plant, Horden Colliery, 892*
  • Fuel Installation, Todd System, S.S. ” Incemore,” 276*
  • Consumption, Problems in, 214
  • Firing e. Stoker Firing, 312
  • Pulverised-Fuel Firing in United States, 214
  • Installation, Billingham Power Plant, 119*
  • Plant for Anthracite Duff, Aberpergwm Colliery, 705*
  • Plant. Experimental (Babcock A Wilcox, Ltd.), 015*
  • Plant, S.S. ” Lorain,’* 501
  • Vortex Combustion Chamber for, 475
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Treatise on (Review), 730
  • Circulating, Kiesselbaeh Feed-Water Storage. System, 044*
  • Feed, for High-Pressure Steam Plants, 726
  • Rotary, Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 183*
  • Fuel, for High-Speed Oil Engines, 536*
  • for High-Speed Oil Engines (Benes, Ltd.), 629*. See Erratum, 660
  • Jorgensen Diesel Engine, 307*
  • for Oil Engines, British and Foreign, 593
  • Ruston High-Speed Oil Engine, 247*
  • for Single-Cylinder Oil Engine, 40*
  • Hydraulic, for Intensifier and Detensifler, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., 165*
  • Lift and Force, Portable ( Winget, Ltd.), 427
  • Turbine, Experimental Researches on, 591
  • Pumping Plant, Anderten Locks, Mittelland canal, 38*, 160*
  • Floating, Gosau Lakes, Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 157 in Italy, 157
  • for Power Storage in Germany, 248
  • Sewage, Automatic, Georgetown, British Guiana, 754
  • Punjab, Canal Irrigation in (Review), 545
  • Purfleet and Hartford Tunnel. 583
  • Purification of Sewage. See Seuaye of Water. See IFafer
  • Pyrometers, Optical, National Physical labo¬ratory, 209*

Q.

  • QUADRAT. Prof. O., on Analysis of Basie Slags, 404
  • Quarrying, Institute of. Course for Quarry Engineers, 44
  • Quartz-Oscillators, Researches, National Phy¬sical Laboratory, 271*
  • Quebec Bridge, Causes of Failure, 400, 408, 445. See Letter, 518
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants in, 300
  • Quenching of Steel. Sec Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Quicksilver. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Quigley, H., on Electricity as an Index of Industrial Prosperity, 216
  • Qvarfort, S., on Melting Point of Coal and Coke Asli, 92

R.

  • ” R. 100 ” and ” R. 101,” H.M. Airships, Con¬struction of. 341*, 353, 412. See 465 ” R. 101,” H.M. Airship, Beardmorc Engines,
  • 319; Wreck of, 405; X-Ray Examina¬tion of, 788*
  • Rachel, Prof. A., on Induction Interference on
  • Telephone Lines, 313; on Mechanical
  • Problems of Overhead Transmission, 347
  • Radial Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Radiation in Boiler Plants, 214
  • Radio Beacon, Rotating, National Physical
  • Laboratory Researches, 271*
  • Radiological Research, National Physical Laboratory, 241
  • Radiology in Engineering Pract ice, 779, 785
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Radiotelephony. See Telephony, Wireless
  • Ragusa, Sicily, Mineral-Oil Production, 91
  • Rail and Road Transport, Co-ordination of. 630
  • Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Transport in Great Britain, Economies of (Review), 34
  • Railroad, Delaware and Hudson, High-Pressure
  • Compound Locomotive ” James Arch¬bald,*’ 737*, 798*. See Erratum, 783
  • See also Railways Railway Bridge. See Bridge
  • British, Traffic and Electrification on. 332
  • Canterbury and Whitstable, History of (Review), 194
  • Carriage. See Carriage
  • Centenary, Liverpool and Manchester, 367, 403, 430, 436
  • Cheshire Lines, Bridge Replacement, Liverpool, 554
  • Chicago and North Western, 4-8-4 Type Locomotive, 443*
  • Electric, Economical Operation of, 215 Safety of, 215
  • Single-Phase, Power Supply for, 215
  • Traction on, Economies of, 215
  • Electrification, Development of, 22
  • in Europe and United States, 215
  • in Italy, 716
  • Problems of Standardisation, 716
  • German state. Locomotive Development on. 214 ; Combined Heat and Power Plants, 248
  • Great Southern, Ireland, Trial of Drumm Storage Battery, 293, 712
  • Western, Birazil, 2-6-2 + 2-6-2 Type Articulated Locomotives, 520*
  • Western, 120-ton Crocodile Wagon for Electrical Machinery, 42*, 412* ; Engi¬neering Improvements on, 596; Old Broad-Gauge Locomotives, 211
  • Hong Kong and Canton, 4-6-0 Type Loco¬motive, 697*
  • Hungarian State, Oil-Engine-Driven Car¬riages, 416
  • Indian State, 4-6-2 Type Locomotives, 294* Report on, 496
  • Italian, Electric Traction on, 215 ; Portable
  • Transformer Substation, 516*; 4-6-2
  • Type Diesel Locomotive, 645*
  • Japanese Government, Fuel Economy on, 214 ; Tsurumi Power Station, 244
  • Kowloon-Canton, 4-6-0 Type Locomotive, 697*
  • Railway, Liverpool and Manchester, Centenary Celebrations, 367, 403, 430, 436
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • London, Midland & Scottish, Organisation of Workshops, 269; Liverpool and Manchester Railway Centenary, 367, 403, 430, 436 ; Opening-Out of Cofton Tunnel, 801
  • tfe North Eastern, 2-6-2 Type Tank Locomotive, 428*
  • Motor Carriage. See Carriage Mountain. Triest-Opicina, Re-Equipment of, 133*
  • New South Wales, 70-ton Breakdown Cranes, 88* ; Mercury Rectifiers on, 215
  • Progress in Persia, 327
  • Rolling Stock. See Carriages ; Loco¬motives : Wagons
  • Sierra Leone, Report, 655
  • Steam-Operated, Future Developments, 22
  • Street. See Tramways
  • Traction, Electric, Drumm Storage Battery for, 293, 712
  • Tube. See Underground
  • Underground. See Underground
  • Wagons. See Wagons
  • Workshops, Organisation of, 269
  • World’s, Eleetrie Traction Systems on, 716
  • See also Railroads and Paragraph Index
  • Rain, Heavy Falls in Short Periods, 814
  • Rainfall of India, Annual Variability of, 740
  • Rake, Horse, Adjustable (Bamfords, Ltd.), 751
  • Rambush, N. E., on Producer Gas in Gas In¬dustry, 312
  • Ramzin, Prof. L. K., on Radiation in Boiler Plants, 214; on Problems of Pulverised- Fuel Consumption, 214; on Combustion of Fuel Fines, 214
  • Rand Water Board, Annual Report. 749
  • Randall, J. T., on Structure of Glasses, 813
  • Ransomes <fe Rapier, Ltd., Gates and Screens, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 611*, 674*
  • Raritan River Bridge, New Jersey, 196*
  • Rate Fixing, Gas Supply, Progress in. 28
  • Rating, French Motor Cars, Influence on Engine Design, 415,
  • Rationalisation and World Trade, 366
  • " Rattler,” H.M.S., History of, 192
  • Rauber, E., on Heat Production and Storage, 250
  • Rawdon, Dr. H. S., on Corrosion-Prevent ion Methods for Aircraft, 282
  • Reactors, 20,000 kv.-a., for Wattless-Load Test¬ing Plant (Metropolitan-Vickers Elec¬trical Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Reaper and Thresher, Combined (Clayton A Shut tie worth, Ltd.), 82*
  • Rea veil, W., on Economic Conditions in Canada and Japan, 366
  • Reealescence Curves. See Metallurgy Receivers, Steam. Billingham Super-Pressure
  • Power Plant, 119*
  • Rectifiers, Mercury, on New South Wales Railways and Tramways, 215 Use of, 27
  • Redmill, R. H., on Use of a Lighting Test Room, 377
  • Reducers for Nickel Manufacture, 424*, 454
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Marine Propul¬sion ; Motor-Car Details
  • Rees, W. J., on Indian Sillimanite, 10 ; on the Magnesia-Zircon Refractories, 10 ; on Tensile Tests of Bonding of Refractory Materials, 569; on Effect of Repeated Burning of Lime-Bonded Silica Bricks, 570; on Specifications for Tank Blocks, 813
  • Refineries, Petroleum, Utilisation of Waste Products. 91
  • Refinery, Clydneh, South Wales, Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., 349*, 422*, 454*
  • Refractories, Boiler-Furnace, Action of Gas and Slag on, 794
  • Bonding of. Tensile Tests of, 569
  • Casting of, 814
  • Exhibits, at Lidge Exhibition, 69
  • Extrusion Machine for Moulding, 209
  • Magnesia-Zircon Series, Investigations. 10
  • Properties of. Cement for, 569
  • Sillimanite, Experiments with, 10
  • Weight in Steel-Melting Furnaces, 411
  • Works Tests on. 570
  • Refractory Bricks and Blocks, S.u.G. Manu¬facture, 10
  • Materials in Continuous Vertical Retorts, 689
  • Silica Bricks, Expansion Changes during Burning, 10
  • See also Firebricks, Fireclays
  • Refrigerants, Latent Heat and Specific Volume Determination, 240
  • Refrigerating Engineering, Handbook of (Re¬view), 737
  • Refrigeration Installations, Marine, Lloyd’s Register Annual Report, 527
  • National Physical Laboratory Researches, 240
  • Report on Fruit Preservation in Transit, 270
  • Refrigerator, Liquid (Meura S.A.), 71*
  • Refuse Disposal in London, 77, 582, 589
  • Plant, Huddersfield, 546*
  • Systems, 730
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace Regulations for Structural Steelwork, 399, 407.
  • See Letter, 518
  • Regulator. Askania, for Steam-Turbine Gover¬nor, 700*
  • Automatic, Klesselbaeh Feed-Water Storage System, 644*
  • Relehel, W., on Development of Single-Phase Eleetrie Locomotives, 215
  • Reichert Metallurgical Microscope, 355* ; Microscope Bench, 356*
  • Reinforbed Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete Relief Valve, Atmospheric, 10,000-kw. Back¬ pressure Steam Turbine, 761*
  • Renault, Ltd., 60-h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 553* ; 70-h.p. Six-Cylinder
  • Marine. Oil Engine, 591*
  • Repeated Stresses. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Aeronautical Research Committee, 483
  • Anhydrite Plasters and Cements, 244
  • Annual, Alkali Works, 1929, 305
  • Report, Annual. British Cast-Iron Research Association, 563
  • British Engineers’ Association, 530
  • Lloyd’s Register, 527
  • Port of London, 271
  • Rand Water Board, 749
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, 801
  • Science Museum, South Kensington, 749
  • Water Pollution Research Board, 13
  • Arapuni Hydro-Electric Power Scheme, 676*
  • Board of Trade, Boiler Explosion Inquiries, 24. 42, 234
  • Bonding New Concrete to Old. 744
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries
  • Research Association, on Coefficients of Heat Transfer from Tube to Water, 691*, 788*, 821*. See 683, 687*, 708. See LETTERS, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • British Engine Boiler and Electrical Insur¬ance Co., Ltd., 525
  • Building Legislation. Proposed Revision, 716
  • Buildings, Penetration of Daylight and Sun¬light into, 814
  • Research Board, 670, 715
  • Civil Aviation in Canada, 742
  • Coal-Ash Fusion Tests, 314
  • Correlation of Coal Seams, South Yorkshire, 740
  • Corrosion of Steel in Breeze and Clinker Concrete. 41
  • Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 526
  • Earth Pressures, 409
  • Economic Conditions in Belgium, 176; Bulgaria, 664; Chile. 48; Germany, 808; Italy, 434 ; New Zealand, 238 ; Persia. 327 ; Roumania, 470 ; Spain, 590
  • Electrical Assisted Wiring and Hire-Purchase Schemes, 148
  • Terms and Definitions, 409
  • Electricity Charges and Tariffs, 143. See Letter, 172
  • Elimination of Sulphurous Fumes from Flue Gases, 709*
  • Estimation of Free Calcium Hydroxide in Cement, 314
  • Fires in Cargo and Bunker Coal, 236
  • Flotation Reagents, Use in United States 219
  • Foreign Language Instruction for Salesman¬ship, 148
  • Forth and Clyde Canal, Proposed Construction, 300
  • Fruit Preservation in Transit, 270
  • Fuel Research Board. Spores in Correlation of Coal Seams, 740
  • Future of British Industries Fair, 748
  • Heat Transfer from Tube to Water, 691*,
  • 788*, 821*, See 683, 687*, 708. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Home Office Inspector's, Factories and Workshops, 206
  • Hydro-Eleetrie Progress in Canada, 813*
  • Indian Railways, 496
  • Industrial Condition in Continental Iron and Steel Industries, 17. See Letter, 43
  • Inflammability of Natural Gas-Air Mixtures, 439
  • International Trade, British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, 175
  • Irrigation Works in Madras, 148
  • Mineral Resources of Roumania, 239
  • National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 66, 117*. 146*, 168*, 208*, 240*, 271*, 316*
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 207
  • Oxy-Acetylene Industry, 78
  • Phonological Observations, British Isles, 1928-1929, 739
  • Philadelphia Commercial Museum. 689
  • Public Cleansing in London. 77
  • Works, New South Wales, 809
  • Reactivity of Coke, Influence of Iron Com¬pounds, 251
  • Reflection from Road Surfaces, 698
  • Scottish Coking and Furnace Coals, 144
  • Seismological Investigations, 701
  • Shanghai, Port of, 809
  • Sierra Leone Railways, 655
  • Size of Coal in Gas Making, 613
  • Soft. Solders and Strength of Soldered Joints, 794*
  • Stresses in Overstrained Materials, 409
  • Sulphur Contents of American Motor Fuels, 228
  • Tests of Welded Containers, 435
  • Trade Effluents and Sewers, 47
  • Water Softening, Base-Exchange Process, 218
  • World Agricultural Tractor Trials, 1930, 367*, 401*, 437*, 466
  • Research Association, British Electrical and Allied Industries, Heat Transfer in Cable Duets, 240; Power Losses in Dielectrics, 242; Report on Coefficients of Heat, Transfer from Tube to Water, 691*, 788*, 821*. See 683, 687*, 708. See Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • British Non-Ferrous Metals, Head¬quarters, 328 ; Research on Atmospheric Corrosion of Wires, 507. See 386 ; Report on Soft Solders and Soldered .Joints, 794*
  • British Cast Iron, Annual Report, 563 Board, Building, Report on Corrosion of
  • Steel by Breeze and Clinker Concrete, 41 ; Report, 670, 715; Report on Bonding New Concrete to Old, 744
  • Fuel, Investigation of Convection Heat Transfer, 177*, 193*. See LETTERS, 274, 405, 783; Reports: Scottish Coking and Furnace Coals, 144 ; Reactivity of Coke, 251 ; Influence of Size of Coal during (ias Manufacture, 613 ; Spores in Correlation of Coal Scams, 740
  • Safety in Mines, Report on Steel Pit Props, 18 ; Annual Report, 801
  • Water Pollution, Annual Report, 13; Report on Water Softening by Base Exeiiange, 218
  • ('hemical, State Experiment in, 702
  • Committee, Aeronautical, Report, 483
  • Alloys of Iron, American, Progress of, 749
  • Illumination, Reports: Reflection from Road Surfaces, 698; Penetration of Daylight and Sunlight into Buildings, 14
  • Research Department, Scientific and Industrial Reports : Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 526 ; Building Research Board, 6/0. See 715; Reflection from Road Surlaees, 698; Correlation of Coal Seams, 740; Bonding New Concrete to Old, 744; Penetration of Daylight and Sunlight into Buildings, 814
  • and Empiricism, 557. See LETTER, 660
  • and Engineering, 532
  • Fuel, in Canada, 125
  • in Italy, 125
  • in Heat Transmission and Insulation. 125
  • and Industry, Lockyer Lecture on, 684
  • Laboratories, Brown-Firth. Investigations of Steels at Elevated Temperatures, 404, 600*
  • on Petrol Engines, 125
  • in Power Development, 216
  • Station, Building. Investigation on Hot
  • Cement, 411 ; Investigations on Concrete, 728
  • Fuel, Investigation on 'turbulence in Internal-Combustion Engines, 290 , 31.$; Pulverised-Fuel Vortex Combustion Chamber, 475
  • Work in Hydrodynamics, 125
  • in Thermodynamics, 125
  • See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoirs for Flood Control, River I Lames,
  • 656*
  • High, Evaporation in. 249
  • Loch Treig, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme 611*
  • (Safety Provisions) Act, 1930, Powers et. 211, 591
  • Silent Valley, Ireland, Physiological Effects in Compressed-Air Work, 352
  • Storage, in Canada, 571
  • Resistance, Air. See lUiz/d Resbt nice. of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Restaurant, Troeadero, London, Movable Screen Wall, 772*
  • Retaining Walls, Concrete and Ferro-Concrete, 728
  • Retorts, Continuous Vertical, Refractory Materials in, 689
  • Reviews. See Literature Index
  • Rexford, E. P., on Boiler-Furnace Refrac¬tories, 794
  • Reynolds, ()., Work on Heat Transfer, 683, 687, 708, 788 „
  • Reyrolle, A., <fc Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Cardiff Exhibition, 658
  • Reznicek, Dr. J., on Switchgear Installations m Czechoslovakia, 505
  • Rheinhausen, Krupp Open-Hearth Furnaces, 876 .
  • Rheolaveur Launders, Bituminous Coal- Cleaning Plant, Pennsylvania, 102*
  • Rhodesia, Engineering Markets of, 452*, 610
  • Ricardo Petrol Engine, Variable-Compression, Experiments on Turbulence, 290*, 319
  • Rice <fc Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Hydraulic Roller Welding Machine, 251*
  • Riehart, F. E., on Tests of Plain and Rein¬forced Haydite Concrete, 105
  • Richmond, Lieut.-Col. V. C., on Rigid Airship Construction, 341*, 412. See 353. 465
  • Richter, lC on a Low-Voltage Automatic Network System, 347
  • Rickli, IL, on Development in Swiss Turbo- Generators, 26. See 242*. Sec Letter, 294
  • Rifle, Machine, Vickers-Berthier, 360*. See Erratum. 397
  • Pedersen Self-Loading (Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd.), 665*
  • Rigid Airships. Sec Airships under Aeronotdics
  • River Danube, Hydro-Electric Pumped- Storage Power Stations, 249
  • Internal-Combustion Engines on Ships, 478. See Erratum, 596
  • Power Development and International Shipping, 571
  • Elk, British Columbia, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 461
  • Gnar, Nigeria, Hydro-Electric Plant, 219
  • Mississippi, Flood Control (Review), 574
  • Movement of Detritus in, 157
  • Nelson, Manitoba, White Mud Falls llydrt-Eleetric Project, 235
  • Pollution, Advisory Committee, Report on
  • Trade Effluents and Sewers, 47
  • Conference on, 654
  • Prevention and Land Drainage Act, 1930, 730
  • and Sewage Disposal, 729
  • Treatment of Gas Works Effluents, 311
  • Raritan Bridge, New Jersey, 196*
  • Rating for Water Power, 113
  • Santee, Carolina, Pumped Storage Power Scheme, 249
  • St. Jxiwrence, Diesel-Engined Dredger for, 201
  • Tees, Biological, Chemical and Hydro¬graphical Survey, 14
  • Thames, Hartford and Purfleet Tunnel, 583
  • and Drainage of London, 582, 589
  • Flood Control of, 113, 470, 656*
  • Marine Engineering on. History, 145
  • Tyne, Trade and Facilities, Handbook, 693
  • Wey Improvement Scheme, 470
  • Rivets in Structures, Allowable Stresses, 400, 445. See Letter, 518
  • Riveted Joints, Experiments on, 400, 408, 446. See Letter, 518
  • Road Bridges, Rubber Surfacing for, 405
  • Classifleation of, 629
  • Concrete, Aggregates for, 765*
  • Experiments on Joints. 210*
  • Congress, International. Washington, 593, 629
  • Construction and Maintenance, Problems in, 594, 629
  • Dust, Effect on Petrol Engines, 221. See Letter. 295*
  • Emulsions and Cold Bituminous Roads
  • Association, Ltd., Kingston By-Pass Road Experiments, 565*
  • Locomotives. See Motor ; Tractor Paving Bricks for, 615
  • and Rail Transport, Co-Ordination of, 630
  • Road Research, National Physical Laboratory* 147*
  • Rollers, Oil-Driven (Avellng A Porter. Ltd.), 82*
  • Surface Experiments on Kingston By-Pass. 565*
  • Reflection from. Report, 698
  • Trattle Act, 1930, and Motor-Coach Services, 466. See Letter. 563
  • Co-Ordination in United States. 816
  • Controller, Automatic (Highflcld Elec¬trical Co., Ltd.), 106*
  • Speed of, 654. See Letter, 754
  • Transport, Problems in, 415
  • in United States, Co-Ordination of. 816
  • Vehicles, Skidding of, 777
  • Robb, Dr. A. M., on Trial Trip Performance of Similar Ships, 93*. See 114
  • Roberts, J., on Estonian Oil Shale. 91
  • Robinson, R. L., on Afforestation of Water¬sheds, 730
  • Robinson, T., <fc Son, Ltd., Six-Cutter Moulding Machine, 394; Moulding Machine with Double-Roller Feed, 394*
  • Rock, Rear-Admiral G. H., on 10,000-ton Treaty Cruisers, 769
  • Roebcl, Dr. L., on Practice in Transformer Construction 27
  • Roesler. L., on Internal-Combustion Engines in Austrian Marine, 478. See Errafazu, 596
  • Rogers, II. ()., on Fuel Efficiency in United States, 92
  • Roller, Road. See Road Roller
  • Welding Machine, Hydraulic (Rice A Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 251*
  • Rolling, Cold, of Strip Steel, 759
  • Mill, Steekel, for Strip Steel, 759
  • Stock. See Carriages ; Locomotives ; Wagons
  • Rolls Fire Appliances, Ltd., Portable Fire Extincteur, 722
  • Rdntgen-Ray Examination of Glass Structure, 813
  • Examination of Materials (Review), 545
  • Methods in Engineering Practice, 779. 785*
  • Researches, National Physical Labora¬tory, 241
  • Roofs, Copper-Covered, Composition of Corro¬sion Products. 387, 631
  • Roofings, Mastic Asphalt, Investigations on, 670
  • Rooksbv, H. P., on Structure of Glasses, 813
  • Ropes, Power Transmission by, 416
  • M ire. See IUizt Ropes Ropeway, Aerial. See Wire
  • Ropeway Rosenhain, Dr. W., on Gas Removal and Grain
  • Refinement of Aluminium Allovs, 340*. See 334
  • Rosenthal, E., on Locomotive Development in Germany, 214
  • Rosenthal, W., on Oil Resources of Poland, 92
  • Rosin, Prof. P.. on Steam Production in Ger¬many, 213
  • Ross. Rear-Admiral Sir J., Writings on Steam Navigation, 315
  • Ross. T. A., on Raritan River Bridge, 196
  • Rossmann Speed Control for Alternating-Current Motors, 694*. See Addendum, 740
  • Rotary Pump. See Pump
  • Rotor for 43,750 kv.-a. Alternator. 3*
  • High-Speed. Safety of. 242*. See LETTER. 294
  • 33.000-36,000 volt Turbo-Generator. 189* 259*
  • Shafts, Turbo-Generator. Manufacture of. 127*. See Letter, 211
  • Rotterdam Lloyd Co., M.S. " Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Roumania, Economic Conditions in. Report, 470 F
  • Mineral Resources of. Report, 239
  • Rousseau, Rear-Admiral H. H.. the Late, 328
  • Rowell. H. 8., Research on Light Petrol En¬gines, 415
  • Royal Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition Society. See Agricultural
  • Meteorological Society. See Meteorological
  • Packet Navigation Company’s Steamers
  • “ Belaw.m ” and “ Blinjoe.” Efficiency of, 660
  • Sanitary Institute. See Sanitary
  • Technical College, Glasgow, Calendar, 372: Report. 680
  • United Service Museum, Old Wrought-Iron
  • Chain Link, 44*. See Letters, 118*
  • Rubber, Applications in Engineering, 300. See Letters, 405
  • Making Machinery, Dunlop Rubber Co.. Ltd., 95*, 165*, 225*, 289*
  • Surfacing for Road Bridges, 405
  • Rudder Effect in Similar Ships, 93*. 114
  • Rude, J., on Dry Cooling of Coke, 543*
  • K Aden berg, Dr. R., on Long-Distance Energy Transmission. 347
  • Rugby Engineering Society, High-Quality Cast-Iron in Engineering Practice, bv Dr. A. B. Everest, 56*
  • Wireless Station, 541*, 624*
  • Rumania. See Roumania
  • RUmmell, Dr. K., Award of Melehett Medal to. 561
  • Runde, H. G., on Stampings, Forgings and Castings in Aircraft Construction, 282
  • Rural Electricity Scheme, Aylesbury, 181*
  • Electrification, Assisted Wiring and Hire-Purchase Schemes, 148
  • Water Supply. Auto-Pneumatic System, 730
  • Russia, Leningrad Electric Power Station. 92
  • Engineering Markets, 809
  • Power Transmission by Overhead Lines, 347
  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston A Hornsby, Ltd., Single-Cylinder Oil Engines, 39*. 80*; 64-b.h.p. High-Speed Oil Engine, 247*
  • Ruths Accumulators for Power Storage, 249
  • Poultry Farm, 460*
  • Ryan, W. F., on Combined Heat and Power Supply, 248
  • Kyerson, -I. T., A Son, inc., Sand-Blast Loco¬motive Boiler-Tube Scaler, 217*


S.

  • SADDLE MAKING, Hydraulic Presses for, 95
  • Safety Lamps, Miners’, at Cardiff Exhibition, 658
  • in Mines Research Board. Report on Steel Pit Props. 18 ; Annual Report. 801
  • Weirs, Welland Ship Canal. 63*
  • Sagar. J., A ('o.. Ltd., Chain-Cutter Mortising Machine, 396*
  • “ Saguenay," Destroyer. Royal Canadian Navy, Launch, 74
  • Saint. See St.
  • Salesmanship, Foreign Language Instruction for, Report, 148
  • " Salt Lake City," U.S.S., Design of, 769
  • Salvage. Ship, by Freezing Process, 240
  • Sampsell, M. E., on Domestic Use of Elec¬tricity, 59
  • “ San Gerardo,” Wind Resistance of, 184*
  • San Josri Gulf. Argentina, Tidal Power Scheme, 571
  • San Nieolo, R., on Heat Recovery, 248
  • Sand-Blast Locomotive Boiler-Tube Sealer,217*
  • Foundation for Valparaiso Harbour Break¬water, 332, 335
  • and Gravel Washing Machine (F. Parker, Ltd.), 426*
  • Pressures, Experiments on, 409
  • Sander, I)r., on Fighting Ship Fires, 458
  • Sangamo Alternating-Current Meter, 815
  • Sanitary Institute, Royal, Training Courses, 202 : Conference on River Pollution, 645
  • Santee River, Carolina, Pumped Storage Power Scheme, 249
  • " Sarah Sands," S.S., History of, 642
  • Sarek, Dr. J., on Thin-Walled Blast Furnaces, 817*. Sec 371
  • Sarfert, Dr. W., on Asynchronous Machines for Generating Wattless Power, 27
  • Sarjant, R. J., on Gas and Electricity in In¬dustrial Heating, 126; on Works Tests on Refractories, 570
  • Sarrai, E. M., on Boiler-Furnace Refractories, 794
  • Saskatchewan. Island Falls Hydro- Eleetrie Plant, 244
  • Saunders, O. A., on Calculation of Convection Heat Transfer, 177*, 193*. See Letters, 274, 405, 783
  • Savage, H. D., on Coal Firing of Boiler Fur¬naces in United States, 214
  • Savage, M. A., on Turbo-Generators in United States, 26
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Sealer. Locomotive Boiler-Tube, Sand-Blast, 217*
  • Scandinavian Meeting. Electrotechnical Com¬mission. 113
  • “Scarborough,” H.M. Sloop, Trials, 173
  • Sehaffernak, Dr. F., on Movement of Detritus in Rivers, 157
  • Schaffer, Dr., on Inflammability of Materials on Ships, 458*
  • Schenkel, Dr. M., on Asynchronous Machines for Generating Wattless Power, 27 ; on Mercury Rectifiers. 27
  • Sehereschcwsky, Mr., on District Heating in Paris. 248
  • Sehlapfer. Prof. P., on Swiss Gas Industry, 312
  • Schleicher. Dr. M., on Remote-Controlled
  • Power Stations, 505 ; on Telemetering in Electricity Supply, 505
  • Sehlemmer. F.. on Safety of Eleetrie Railways, 215
  • Sehlesinger. Prof. G.. on Power Transmission in Factories, 416
  • Sehlesinger. .1. H., on Oil-Engine Rail Motors in Hungary, 416
  • Sehlogl, J., on Removal of Ice from Overhead Cables. 347
  • Schmidt. H.. on Diesel-Engine Design, 126; on Load Distribution in Traction Net¬works, 215
  • Schmidt, K., on Producer Gas. 126
  • Schneider, I,., on Increasing Production by Suitable Lighting, 504
  • Schofield, T. H., on (fas Removal and Grain Refinement of Aluminium Allovs, 340*. See 334
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Seholer. C. H., on Standard Portland Cements and Early-Strength Cements, 105
  • School Buildings, Modern (Review), 422
  • Schulte, F., on Mechanical Stokers, 214
  • Schultz, F., on High-Speed Diesel Engines for Transport Purposes, 415
  • Schuster, L. W.. on Nitrogen in Eleetrie Welds 538*
  • Science and Engineering, Interdependence of, 331, 335, 351
  • Museum, South Kensington, Display of Objects in, 433 ; Annual Report, 749
  • Scholarship Examinations, Syllabus, 650
  • Scientific Management. See Works Manage¬ment
  • Methods in Traditional Industries, 715
  • Research. See Research Societies. See Institutions
  • Symbols and Abbreviations, 238
  • and Technical Apparatus and Models, Display of, 433
  • Institutions, Association of, Incorpora¬tion, 555
  • Literature, Improvement of, 655
  • Societies. Co-Operation between, 653.
  • See Letter, 754
  • Seleroscope Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Scorpion Motor Car, 500*
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders in. See Engineers
  • Scott, Major G. H., on Mechanisation of Air¬ship Handling, 114
  • Scott-Paine Racing Motor Boat, ” Miss Britain I." 200*. See Addendum, 439
  • Scott, Prof. R. J., the Late, 628
  • Scottish Coking and Furnace Coals, Report on. 144
  • Scrambling Apparatus, Transatlantic Tele¬phony, 626*
  • Scraper, Drag. Cable, for Fen Drainage (.1. M. Henderson A Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • Scraper. Travelling, Foundation. Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 067*
  • Screen Wall, Movable (Wavgood-Otis, Ltd.), 772*
  • Lochaher Water-Power Scheme, Oil*. 674
  • Screening, Acoustical, of Gunfire Sounds, Southend-on-Sea, 731*
  • Plant, Hum-mer, Coal-Cleaning, Horden Collieries, 390*
  • Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Pitch-Measuring Bench, National Physical Laboratory, 316*
  • Propellers. Sec Aeronautics
  • Thread, Dardelet Self-Locking, 282*
  • Determination of Helix Angles, 10
  • Screwing Machine. Sec Machine Tools
  • Sea-Water Corrosion of Metals and Alloys, 526
  • Waves, Effect on Breakwaters, 332, 335
  • Seaplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Seaton, A. E., the Late, 198*
  • Seaward A Capel, History of, 146
  • Schools and Education. See Education
  • Secger, B., on Illumination and Electricity Supply, 59
  • Secliger, Dr. R., on Electrical Methods of Gas Cleaning, 504
  • Segregation in Cast-Aluminium Alloys, Effect of Gas, 358, 381*
  • Seismological Investigations, British Associa¬tion Report,, 701
  • Seismology, Identification of Phases of Earth¬quake Shocks, 701
  • Semenza, M., on Electric Traction on Italian Railways and Tramways, 215
  • Sensitive Drill. Sec Drill under Machine Tools Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., Rigid Eight-Wheeled Steam Wagon, 326*
  • Separating Hopper, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 488*
  • Separator, Magnetic, for Conveyor Belts, Spencer-Clarke, 648*
  • Pneumatic, Coal-Cleaning Plant, 390
  • Setting and Filing Machine for Band-Saws (Wadkin A Co.), 265*
  • Sewage Disposal, Extensions to Cairo Main Drainage System, 782
  • London,582, 589
  • and River Pollution, 729
  • Works, Association of Managers of,
  • Presidential Address by J. Haworth, on River Pollution, 729; Colloids in Relation to Sewage Purification, by H. Wilson, 729 ; Experiments on Separate Digestion of Heated Sludge, by J. T. Thompson, 729
  • Pumping Plant, Automatic, Georgetown, British Guiana, 754
  • Purification, Colloids in, 729
  • Sludge Heated, Separate Digestion of, 729
  • Treatment at Leeds, 729
  • and Trade Wastes, 47, 729
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Sexton, R. E., the Late, 750
  • Shafts, Brittle Fracture of, 686*
  • Coupling. See Coupling Crank. See Crankshaft
  • Elevator, New York Subway Construction, 793*
  • Rotor, Turbo-Generator, Manufacture of, 127*. See Letter, 211
  • Turning Machine, 69*
  • Valve, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 611*, 674*
  • Shafting, Line, Power Transmission by, 416
  • Shanghai, Port of, Report, 809
  • Sharp, W., on Turbo-Generator Rotor Shafts, 127*. See Letter, 211
  • Shaw, F., A Co., Ltd., Rubber-Curing Autoclave Presses 95*
  • Shaw, J., A Sons (Salford), Ltd., 3,200-ton
  • Hydraulic Vulcanising Press, 95* : Hy¬draulic Intensifying and Detenslfying Plant
  • Shawinigan Water and Power Co., Hydro-
  • Electric Schemes, 306 Shear Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools Sheet, Silicon-Copper, Properties of, 441
  • Piling Steel, Kill Van Kull Bridge, New York, 227*
  • Steel, Lackawanna, Welland Ship Canal, 320*
  • Steel, Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube, 385*
  • Sheeting, Corrugated Iron. Protection of, Experiments, 526
  • Sheffield, Brown-Firth Research Laboratories,
  • Investigations of Steels at Elevated
  • Temperatures, 404, 600*
  • Ships, Acceleration of, Differential Pendulum for Determination, 116, 154*
  • Bryant System of Construction, 490*
  • Canal. Sec Canal
  • Cargo, Eenomies of, 79, 89
  • Effect of Size on Liverpool Docks, 115, 121*
  • Construction and Calculation (Review), 575
  • under Construction, Lloyd's Statistics, 114, 497
  • Design for Easy Operation, 770
  • Diesel-Engines. See Motor Ships ; Marine Propulsion
  • Fire Prevention and Protection in, 458*
  • Inflammability of Constructional and Insulating Materials, 458* .
  • Iron, Early History of, 641
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 527
  • Register Book, 140
  • Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 42, 210, 420
  • Models, Measurement of Virtual Mass, 116, 154*
  • Tests, National Physical laboratory, 208
  • Wind-Resistance Experiments, 116, IH4
  • See also Ship Resistance
  • Motor. See Molorships; Marine, Pro¬pulsion
  • Oil Tanker, Construction and Corrosion. 112
  • Propellers. See Propellers
  • Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion ; En¬gines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Refrigeration, Temperature Control for Fruit Carriage, 270
  • Relative Merits of Coal and Oil for, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • Slrps. Resistance, Model Tests on Rudder Effect, 93*. 114
  • Salvage by Freezing Process, 240 Similar Trial Trip Performances, 93*. Il l Wind Resistance of, Model Experiments, 116, 184*
  • See also Marine; Motorxhipt; Shipping:
  • Steamers; Warships and PARAGRAPH Index
  • Shipbuilders, Early Iron,' 642
  • and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Co st
  • and Engineers in Scotland, Institution of. See Engineers
  • Shipbuilding, Bryant System of Framing, 490
  • Construction and Design of Cargo Liners, 79, 89
  • Experiments on Bulbous Bows, 770
  • Gas Welding and Cutting in, 78
  • Inflammability of Constructional and Insulating Materials, 458* fron, Early History of, 641
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 527
  • Register Book, 140
  • Model Tests, National Physical Laboratory, 208
  • Naval. See Warships
  • Oil Tanker Construction and Corrosion. 112
  • Ship Construction and Calculation (Review), 575
  • Design for Easy Operation, 770
  • Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Statis¬tics, 114, 497
  • Yard, Dalmuir, Closing of, 332
  • Sec also Steamers ; Naval; Warships ; and Paragraph Index
  • Shipping, American Bureau. See United States
  • Coal and Oil in. Relative Merits of, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • International, and Danube Power Develop¬ments, 571
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 527
  • Register Book. 140
  • Transport of Oil by Sea, 112
  • Vessels Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 42, 210, 420
  • Shock Tests. See Impart Tests under Tests (Materials)
  • Shop Management. See Works Management
  • Tests for Engineering Employees, 558
  • Shore Sclcroscope Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • “ Short 15,” Armstrong Siddeley, Six-Cylinder Motor Car, 498*
  • Shovel, Steam. See Excavating Machine Show Room, Electric, Travelling, 775
  • See Exhibition
  • Siberia, Coal Resources of, 92
  • Sicily, Ragusa, Mineral-Oil Production, 91
  • Siemens-Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Sierra Leone Railways, Report, 655
  • Sifting Machine, Centrifugal, Blutergess, 802*
  • Signals, Traffic, in United States, 816
  • Silent Valley Reservoir, Ireland, Physiological
  • Effects in Compressed-Air Work. 352
  • Silica Brick, Expansion Changes during Burn¬ing, 10
  • Lime-Bonded, Effect of Repeated Burn¬ing, 570
  • Sec also Firebricks
  • Silicon-Copper Alloys, Properties of, 387. 441*
  • Manganese-Copper Allovs, Properties of, 387, 441*
  • Zinc-Copper Alloys, Properties of, 387
  • Silliinanite, Indian, Experiments with 10
  • Silvesters, Colliery Tram Tippler Lid, 658
  • Sim, G. G., the Late, 275
  • Simon, I)r. A. W., on Dust-Concentration Meter for Blast-Furnace (Jas. 759
  • Simon-Carves, Ltd., Pulveriscd-Fuel Plant for Anthracite Duff. 705*
  • Simpkin, N., on Purchase and Sale of Coke to Specification, 92. See Erratum, 141
  • Sims, L. (J. A., on High-Frequency Oscillator of Wide Range, 253*
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, Syllabus, 296, 372
  • Skeena,” Destroyer, Royal Canadian Naw. 74
  • Skegness Water Tower, Righting of. 201*. See Letter, 274*
  • Skidding Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 147
  • of Hoad Vehicles, 777
  • Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association, Appeal for Funds, 435
  • Skinner, F. W„ on New York Electric Subway Construction Methods, 257, 509, 791*
  • Skoda Works, Harmet Press for Steel Ingots, 371, 565*
  • Skyscrapers in America, Construction of, 113
  • Slags Coal-Ash, Action on Boiler-Furnace Refractories, 794
  • See also Metallurgy
  • Sludge. See Sewage
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. (’., on Naval and Marine Engineering History, 145, 190, 315, 641
  • Smith, Dr. E. W.,on Coke Breeze for Industrial Purposes, 561
  • Smith, Dr. F. E., on Theories of Terrestrial Magnetism, 438
  • Smith, Sir F. P., Work on Screw Propulsion, 191
  • Smith, J. ('., on Power Supply in Canada, 250
  • Smith, M. W., on Rating of Large Water Wheel-Driven Generators, 27
  • Smith, S. M., Co., Dow Disc-Arm Pivot Valve, 344*
  • Smith, Sir W. E., The Late, 372
  • Smithfield Club Agricultural Show, 750*
  • Smoke Abatement in United States, 312
  • Smreek, Prof. A., on Model Experiments of Flow over Dams, 58
  • Socleta Veneta Fertilizzantl, Discharging Plant, Porto Marghera, 457*
  • Socldtd Anonyme des Anclcns Etnblisseinents Fetu-Deflze, Ingot-Mould Planing Machine, 69* ; Plate-Roll Finishing Machine, 579*
  • Socidtd Anonyme Austin, 20-h.p. Petrol Agricultural Tractor, 370*
  • Socidte Anonyme L. Bronne et Cie, Plate- Straightening Machine, 55* ; Plate Guillotine, 515*
  • Socltftd Suisse Industrie Emeri et Abrasifs, Hori¬zontal Belt Sander, 517*
  • Societies, Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • Trade. See Labour: Labour Votes sockets, Cable Soldering, Standard Specifi¬cation, 236
  • Softener. Water. See H’tffer Softener Signen, R., on Relative Dilution Method of
  • Measurement of Flow, 125
  • Soho Foundry, Birmingham. Old Machine Tools at, 19
  • Solar Activity and Magnetic Storms. 438
  • See also Sun ~
  • Solders, Soft, and Soldered Joints, Report. <94
  • soldering Sockets, Cable, Standard Specifi¬cation, 236
  • Temperature and Maximum Joint Strength. 790*
  • s rbye, II., on Water Supply to Turbines, 15
  • S.O.S. Patents Co., Blutergess Centrifugal Sifting Machine. 802*
  • Soudure Autogdne Fran^aise, Oxy-Acetylene Cutters and Welders. 129
  • Sound Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 241
  • Gunfire, Screening Southcnd-on-Sca from, "31*
  • South Africa, Engineering Markets of, 452*, 010
  • Hand Water Board, Annual Report, 749
  • Witwatersrand Mines, Air Dehumidifi¬cation Plant, 102*
  • American States, Engineering Markets of, 780
  • Kensington Science Museum, Display of
  • Objects in. 433; Annual Report, 749
  • Metropolitan Gas Company. Laboratory Experience of, 377
  • Wales, Clydach Refinery, Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., 349*. 422*. 454*
  • Institute of Engineers, Cardiff Engineer¬ing Exhibition, 058
  • and Monmouthshire School of Mines. Prospectus, 396
  • West, Notes from, 15, 45, 75, 109. 141. 173, 203, 235, 267, 297, 329, 363, 397. 430, 463, 493, 523, 555, 586, 619, 651. 681, 713, 744. 775. 805. See Paragraph Index
  • Yorkshire, Notes from, 14, 45, 75, 109, 141, 173, 203, 235, 267, 297, 329, 363. 397, 431, 463. 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 680, 712, 745,774. See PARAGRAPH
  • Index
  • Parkgate Coal Seam. Spores in. 740
  • Southampton, Corrosion Tests at. 526
  • Meeting. Institute of Metals. See Metals, Institute of
  • Southend-on-Sea. Screening from Gunfire Sounds, 731*
  • Spain, Economic Conditions in. Report. 590
  • Engineering Markets of, 809
  • Special Tdbraries and Information Bureaux. Association of. Suggestions for Improve¬ment of Scientific and Technical Litera¬ture, by T. W. MacAlpine, 655
  • Specific Heat, Apparatus for Determining, 125 - of Powders, Stirrer for Determination, 240*
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standard : Stan¬dardisation
  • spectrophotometer for Flicker Photometry. 273*
  • Spectrum Analysis of Steels, 635* Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing:
  • Marine Propulsion : Motor-Car Details Indicator, Hand, Six-Speed (G. Thomas
  • Co., Ltd.), 821*
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears: Gearing; Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Spence, M. T., on Visibility at Valentia
  • Observatory, 814
  • Spencer (Melksbain), Ltd.. Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 487* ; Magnetic Sepa¬rator for Conveyor Belts, 648*
  • Spillways and Weirs, Flow over, 125
  • Spinning Milis. Flax, York Street, Belfast. Electrification of, 23, 140
  • Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels Splittgerber, Dr., on Steam Production in Germany, 213
  • Springs, Hot. Power Supply from. 216
  • Laminated, Investigations, National Physi¬cal Laboratory. 67
  • Materials, Effect of Temperature on. 281
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears: Gearing: Marine Propulsion Spyer, A., on Boilers for Peak-Load Condi¬tions, 214
  • ” St. Clair,” S.S., Bauer-Wach Machinery, 418*, 485*
  • St. Lawrence River, Diesel-Engined Dredger for, 201
  • St. Widmer, Mr., on Development of Rectifiers, •27
  • Stahilimenti Elettrotcenici Ansaldo. Portable Transformer Substation, 516*
  • stainless Steel Construction. Airship ” R 101.” 343, 353
  • Stampings in Aircraft Construction. 282
  • Standards Association. See Engineering stan¬dards
  • Conversion Tables, 180
  • of Length. Work of National Physical Laboratory, 273
  • Practice in Steel Structures. Appointment «>f Committer. 527
  • Specification, American, for Cement and Concrete, 105
  • British, Tramway Axles, 10; Wall Plugs, 45; Carbon-Filament Lamps. 107 ; Non-Ferrous Metals, 140; Optical Pro¬jection Apparatus, 169: Brass Tubes and Glands, 180; Nickel-Copper Sheets and Strips, 181 ; Refined Nickel, 181 ; Cable Soldering Sockets, 236; Steel Forgings. Blooms and Castings, 355 ; Attachment of Circular Saws, 398; Light Distribution from Fittings .‘ 488 ; Leclanchd Cells, 537 ; Aluminium Powder, 689 ; Cranes, 698; Tungsten Lamps, 773; Desk-Type Electric Fans, 244 ; Electric Motors and Generators for Mines, 188 ; Miners’ Hand- lamp Bulbs, 188
  • Symbols and Abbreviations. 238
  • C.S. Bureau of. See United States standardisation in Electric Traction. 716
  • Stanger, R. H. IL, on Standard Specifications for Concrete, 646. See 715
  • Stansel. N. R., on Industrial Electric Heating. 504
  • Stansfield, It., on Engine Conditions and Anti- Knock Rating of Motor Fuels, 468, 512*
  • Stanton. A. L., on an Integrated Electricity Supply, 407
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric State Railways. See Railways Stations, Power. See Power Stations
  • Railway, First in Manchester, Memorial Tablet, 367
  • Taunton. Improvements at, 596
  • Statistics, Trade. See Trade Stator for 43.750 kv.-a. alternator, 3*
  • Steam Accumulators in Power Stations, 696
  • Boats. See Steamers
  • Boilers. See Boilers
  • Cycle for Power Stations, Developments in, 597*, 626, 661*. 723*
  • Engines. See Engines
  • Extra High-Pressure. Operating Experi¬ences, 778
  • and Gas Engineering (Review), 195
  • Heated Ovens, Bakers’, Explosions of, 24
  • Heating in Paris, 248 in United States, 248
  • High-Pressure, Billingham Power Plant, 119*. 183*, 217*
  • Pressure, Economies of, 25*
  • Pressure, Efficiency of, 49. See Letter, 140
  • Pressure and Temperature, Materials for, 214, 544
  • Pressure and Temperature, for Power Generation, 339*, 407
  • Pressure and Temperature, in Power Stations, 597*. 626, 661*, 723*
  • Pressure and Temperature, Properties of, 125
  • Pressure, Use in Locomotives, 214
  • Pressure. Use in Ships. 477
  • Injection Apparatus, Lofiler Boiler. 632*
  • Navvy. See Excavating Machine
  • Pipes, Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 121*
  • High-Pressure, Creep Stresses in. 598*, 626, 661*
  • Plants, High-Pressure, Materials for, 544
  • Pressure Control System, Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant. 218*
  • Production in Germany, 213
  • Receivers. Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 119*
  • Superheater. See Superheater
  • Supply for Peak-Loads in Electric Power Stations, 214
  • Turbines. See Turbines
  • Steamer •‘Archimedes,” History of. 191
  • Atlantic, First Iron, 642
  • “ Belawan ” and ” Blinjoe," Comparison of Efficiency of Engines, 660
  • ” Blairmore,” “ Blairspey ” and “ Blairnevis,” Comparison of Trial-Trip Per¬formances, 93*, 114
  • Cargo, Economics of, 79, 89
  • ” Clairton.” Thrust Measurements on, 770
  • Compagnie (tfneralc Transatlantique,
  • Improvements in Machinery, 478. See Letter. 660
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 114. 497
  • Fires in Bunker and Cargo Coal, Report, 236
  • Prevention and Protection in. 458*
  • Fuel Problems connected with, 561. See Erratum, 619
  • (Jeared Turbines for. See Marine Propul¬sion
  • German, Machinery of. 477
  • ” Great Britain.” History of. 642
  • “ Great Eastern,” History of. 643
  • High Steam Pressure for. 477
  • ” Incemore,” Todd Pulverised-Fuel Instal¬lation, 276*
  • Iron, Early History of. 641
  • ” Kelvinia,” Fracture of Slide-Valve Chest, 24
  • ” King George V,” High-Pressure Babcock & Wilcox Boilers, 428*
  • ” Laurentic,” Diving Work in Salvage Operations. 352
  • “ Leviathan,” Damage, Repairs and Strength Analysis, 770
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 527
  • Register Book, 140
  • ” London Mariner,” Wind Resistance of, 184*
  • ” Lorain,” Pulverised-Fuel Plant, 591
  • Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 42, 210, 420
  • ” Majestic,” Failure in Materials of, 770
  • " Mauretania,” Wind Resistance of, 184*
  • and Motorships, Relative Efficiencies, 79, 89
  • ” Port Hardy," Bauer-Wach Exhaust-Steam Turbine, 486*
  • Propulsion of. See Murine Propulsion ;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Resistance of. Ship Resistance
  • Salvage of. See Salvage
  • ” San Gerardo,” Wind Resistance of, 184*
  • ” Sarah Sands.” History of, 642
  • ” St. Clair,” Bauer-Wach Machinery. 418*.
  • 485*
  • See also Engines; Marine Propulsion;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping: Turbines; War¬ships; Paragraph Index
  • Steamships. Sec Ships; Steamers; Warships
  • Steckel Rolling Mill for Strip Steel. 759
  • Steels, Alloy, for Aircraft, 282
  • Properties of, 280
  • Bessemer, British and Continental Produc¬tion, 373
  • Brittle Fractures of. 686*, 717*, 752*
  • Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Creep Properties of. 598*. 626, 661*
  • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Forgings, Blooms and Castings, Standard Specification, 355
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • for High-Pressure Boilers, 544
  • Steels, High-Tensile, Use in United States
  • Industry, Continental, Industrial Conditions in. Report, 17. See Letter, 43
  • Ingots, Harinet Process, Heterogeneity of. 371 565*
  • and Iron', Pickling of (Review), 274
  • and Iron, World Markets for, 84*. lal , 160, 301*, 452*, 609*, 732*, 780, 809 - Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • Microstructure of. See Microphotograpns Nitrided, Fatigue Tests of, 282
  • Permanence under Stress at Elevated Temperatures, 404, 600* .
  • Piling, Sheet, Kill van Kull Bridge, New York 227*
  • Sheet, Lackawanna, Welland Ship Canal, 320*
  • Sheet, Oakland-Alameda Estuary I line, 385
  • Pit Props, Report, 18
  • Plates, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Quantitative Analysis by Spectrograph, 635*
  • Rails. See Pails; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Rontgen-Ray Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 241
  • Stainless, Construction of Airship ‘ R.101, 343, 353
  • Structure of, 759
  • Stress Distribution in. See Stress: Tests (Materials)
  • Strip, Cold Rolling of, 759
  • Hardness Tests of, 324
  • Structures, Standard Practice in, Appoint¬ment of Committee, 527
  • Theory and Experiment in Design, 339,
  • 408, 445. See Letter. 518
  • Tests of. Sec Tests (Materials)
  • Tool, Modern, 400
  • Tubes, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 608*
  • Works in British Columbia, Proposed. 26,
  • Steelwork Association, British, Skyscrapers America, by G. E. J. Pistor, 113
  • Modern, Bridges and Buildings (Review), 3;»i
  • Structural, Design and Regulations. 399, See Letter, 518
  • Stein, Th., on Ruths Accumulators and Power Supply, 250 , . .
  • Stevens. T., on an Integrated Electricity Supply, 407
  • Stockdale, Dr. I)., on Cadmium-Zinc Alloys. 389
  • Stocker, II. E.,on Ship Design for Easy Opera¬tion, 770 .
  • Stockholm, Alternating-Current. Supply in, 2.»o
  • International Congress for Applied Mech¬anics. See Applied Mechanics Stodola, Prof. A., on Steam-Engine Construc¬tion in Switzerland, 187
  • Stoke-on-Trent Meeting, Ceramic Society. See Ceramic Society
  • Stoker Firing v. Pulverised-Fuel Firing. 312
  • Mechanical, Design and Cost of, 214
  • for Ships, 477
  • in United States, 214
  • Use in Mercantile Marine, 562
  • Stoneley, R., on Phases of Earthquake Shocks, 701
  • Stoney, G., on Economic Speeds for Turho-Alternators, 454. See Letter, 519
  • Stop Valves. See Valves
  • Storage Basins, Multiple, Anderten Locks, Mittelland Canal, 35*, 101*, 159*
  • Battery. See Accumulator under Electric Bin, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 488*
  • Tanks. Feed-Water, Fiirst Hardenberg Mine, Dortmund, 644*
  • Stoss, R., on Cooling of Town (ias, 311 Stoughton, Prof. B., on Alloy Steels, 280 Straightening Machine. See Machine tools Strain. Sec also Stress
  • Strauss, J., on Alloy Steels for Aircraft. 282
  • Streamlined Forms, Resistance in Air and Water, 208
  • Street Lighting, Gas in Relation to, 377
  • Railway. See Tramways See Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • Creep, in High- Pressure Steam Plant. 597*, 626, 661 ♦, 723
  • Steels at Elevated Temperatures, 404, 600*
  • Determination in Frameworks, 399, 408, 44a. See Letter, 518
  • by Photo-Elastic Methods, Timber Cleavage Tests, 436
  • Distribution in Rase of Masonry Dam, 728
  • in Ferro-Concrete Columns, 118
  • in (Jas-Engine Crankshaft, 525
  • in High-Pressure Boiler Drums and Tubes, 544
  • in Overstrained Materials, British Associa¬tion Report, 409
  • in Pipe Bends, 655
  • Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • in Rotor Shafts, 129
  • in Steel Buildings, 399, 408, 445. See Letter, 518
  • Strickler, Dr. A., on the Coefficient in Chezy’s Formula, 125
  • Strikes. See Labour ; Labour Notes Strip, Steel, Cold Rolling of, 759
  • Hardness Tests of, 324
  • Stroboscope, Whidbourne Air-Driven, 503
  • Stroboscopic Testing of Alternating-Current Meters, 815
  • Structural Engineers, Institution of; Con¬crete, by It. H. H. Stanger, 646. See 715
  • Steel, Corrosion in Concrete, 30*
  • Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • Structures, Armoured Brickwork for (Review). 164
  • Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete
  • Marine, Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 526
  • Steel, Design of (Review), 133
  • Standard Practice in, Appointment of Committee, 527
  • Theory and Experiment in Design, 399, 445. See Letter, 518
  • Structures, Steel, Use of Electric Welding, &U4
  • Struts. See Columns r*io^rimtv
  • Stucvold-Hansen, B., on Export of Eli (tri from Norway to Germany, 216
  • Sturgess-Wells, H., on Public Lighting and Motorists, 377 *
  • Submarine Boats. See Barshins Substations, Automatic and Reniotf-Con¬trolled, 505
  • Transformer, Portable (Stabilimenti Ehttrotecnici Ansaldo), 516*
  • Subway, New York Electric. Construction Methods, 257, 509*, 791*
  • Sucksmith, W.. on Gyromagnetic Effect, /00
  • Suction Dredger. See Dredger
  • S.u.G. Process of Manufacturing Refractory Blocks, 10
  • Sugar, Beet, Manufacture, Purification of Effluents, 14
  • Sugarloaf-Rubicon Automatic Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 505
  • Sugden, Dr. J. A., on Expansion during Burning of Silica Brick. 10
  • Sully, C. W., on Electric Signs and Sale of Electricity, 59
  • Sulphate of Ammonia. Production of, 689
  • Sulphur Content of'Ainerican Motor Fuels, 2-8
  • Determination in Basic Slags, 404
  • Sulphuric Acid Manufacture, 306
  • and its Manufacture (Review). 224
  • Sulphurous Fumes, Elimination from blue Gases. 312, 709*
  • Sulzer Dry Coke-Cooling Plant, 543*
  • Sunlight. Penetration into Buildings, 814
  • Sunndalfjord. Norway, Hydro-Electric De¬velopment, 571
  • Super-Duralumin, Artificial Ageing of. 3o8. 473* ,
  • Super Power Co., Rossmann Speed Control for Electric Motors, 694*. See Addendum,
  • 740 A Supercharger for Bristol Jupiter Aero-Engine. 309*
  • Bfichi, for Diesel Engines, 572
  • Superheaters, Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 121*
  • Cock. Sleeve-Packed (R. Klinger, Ltd.). 414*. See Addendum, 722
  • for Super-Lancashire Boiler Unit, 378
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers. Association of. Presidential Address, by S. B. Donkin, on Electrical Load-Dispatching in Berlin. 572
  • Supplv Weir, Humberstone, Welland Ship Canal, 63*. 131*
  • Surface Condensers. See Condensers Grinding Machine. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Plates, Testing at National Physical Laboratory, 318*
  • Surge Chamber, Loehaber Water-Power Scheme, 674*
  • Surrey County Council, Kingston By-Pass lioad Experiments, 565*
  • Surveying, Metalliferous Mine (Review). 546
  • Suschkin. Prof. N. I., on High-Tension Trans¬mission Systems in Russia. 347
  • Svanoe, E., on Water Power in the Electro¬chemical Industries. 571
  • Swallow, H. T. S., on Influence of Atmosphere on Firebricks, 570
  • Swan. Hunter, <t Wigham Richardson, Ltd.. H.M. Sloop ‘‘Folkestone,” Trials. 43:
  • Trials of H.M. Sloop “ Scarborough,” 173 : Bauer-Wach Machinery, S.S. " St. Clair.’’
  • 418*. 485* : H.M. Destroyer, ” Brilliant." 501 : Trials of H.M. ” Hindustan,” 586;
  • Launch of H.M. Destroyer” Bulldog,” 745
  • Sweden, Engineering Markets of, 87. 160, 302, 453, 733, 809
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants in, 363
  • Swedisli Agriculture, Use of Electricity in, 59
  • Automatic Hydro-Electric Power Plants. 505
  • Swietoslawski, Prof. W.. on Phenomena of Coke Formation, 92
  • Switches. Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric
  • Switchgear, Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 217*
  • Circuit-Breakers. American Practice, 504
  • High-Power, British Practice, 504
  • Installations in Czechoslovakia, 505
  • Ironclad, High-Tension. 505
  • for Large Installations, 504
  • Oil Circuit-Breakers for Mines (British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd.). 124*
  • for Power Stations, Developments in 51
  • Reversing Contactor. High-Tension (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 797
  • Switching Device, Voice-Operated, Rugby Wireless Station, 626*
  • Switzerland, Electric Supply and Construction in. 26
  • Engineering Markets of. 87, 160, 733
  • Gas Industry in, 312
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants, Progress of, 158
  • Steam-Turbine Construction in, 187
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Closing of Main Span. 202, 559*. See Letter, 244;
  • Erection of Main-Span Hangers, 645*;
  • Appointment of Dr. J. J. C. Brad field as Chief Engineer, 439
  • Symbols and Abbreviations, Standard. 238
  • Synthetic-Ammonia Industry, Development. 311 ; Use of Coke-Oven Gas, 311 Svphon, Chippawa Creek. Welland Ship Canal. 285*, 320*
  • Systems. Shop. See H’orFs Management

T.

  • TABLES. Conversion. Standard. 180
  • Tachometer. See Speed Indicator
  • Taintor Gates, Welland Ship Canal. 64*. 131
  • Takakuwa, Prof. T., on Classification of Coal. 91
  • Tangential Water Wheels. See Delton Wheels
  • Tank Blocks, Glass Furnace. Specifications for. 813
  • Experiments, Bulbous Bows, 770
  • Rudder Effect, 93*. 114
  • Ships’ Propellers, 770
  • Experimental, William Fronde, Experi¬ments on Wind Resistance of Ships, 116,
  • 184* ; Work of, 208
  • Tank. Experimental. See also Ship Models : Ship Resistance Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Tapping Machine. See Machine Tools Tar Manufacture, 306
  • Use in Road Construction, 594
  • Tariffs and Charges. Electricity, Report on, 143. See. Letter 172
  • Taunton Railway Station, Improvements at. 596
  • Peaching. Sec Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Educa¬tion
  • and Scientific Apparatus and Models, Dis¬play of, 433
  • Institutions, Association of, Incor¬poration, 555
  • Literature, Improvement of, 655
  • Societies, Co-operation between. 653.
  • See Letter, 754
  • Societies. See also Institutions and Para¬graph Index
  • Peed, Major P. L., on Gas Enel for Airships, 148
  • Tees, River, Biological, Chemical and Hydrographical Survey, 14
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telegraph Lines, Inductive Interference from Power Lines, 50
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, Echo Phenomena in, 702
  • Meteorological Relations of Atmosplieres, 701
  • Oscillator for Wave-Meter Calibration, 253*
  • Portable Petrol-Driven Generator for Transmitter, 759*
  • Rotating Radio Beacon, National Physi¬cal Laboratory Researches. 271*
  • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 271
  • See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telemetering in Electricity Supply, 505
  • Telephone Lines, Inductive Interference from Power Lines, 50,313
  • Lightning Effect on. 53
  • Telephony, Wireless, Developments at Rugbv Station, 541.* 624*
  • Echo Phenomena in, 702
  • Interference from Power Lines, 313
  • Meteorological Relations of Atmospherics, 701
  • Oscillator for Wave-Meter Calibration 253*
  • Portable Petro’.-Driven Generator, for Transmitter. 759*
  • Warsaw High-Power Broadcasting Sta¬tion, 472*
  • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 271
  • See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH Index
  • Telpher Plant, 200-ton, New York Subway Construction, 511*
  • Temperature-Difference Chart, Mean Logar¬ithmic, 213*. See Letter, 295. See also Erratum, 328
  • Dimensions of, 683, 687. See Letters, 754, 783
  • Flame, Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 240
  • Measurement. See Pyrometry; Thermo¬metry
  • Standards, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 240
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metal¬lurgy
  • Teinplin, R. L., on Specimens for Torsion Tests of Metals, 281
  • Tenders, 14, 44. 74, 108, 140, 172, 202, 234, 266, 296, 328, 362, 396, 430, 462, 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 680, 712, 744, 774, 804
  • Locomotive. See Locomot ire
  • 'Pensile Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Ternj Company, Open-Hearth Furnaces, 376. 447
  • Terrestrial Magnetism. Sec Magnetism
  • “Terrible,” H.M.S., History of, 145
  • Pester. Inflammability, Jentzsch, 458
  • Testing Alternating-Current Meters, 815
  • Machine, Friction (Amsler A Co.), 29
  • 10-ton Universal (Amsler <fe Co.), 355 See also Tests (Materials)
  • Magnetic, of Rotor Forgings, 212*. See Letter, 294
  • Materials, American Society for, Report on
  • Specifications for Cement, 105 ; Standard Portland Cements and Early-Strength Cements, by C. H. Scholer, and L. H. Koenitzer, 105 ; Report on Concrete, 105 ; Apparatus for Flexural Tests of Concrete Beams, by A. T. Goldbeck, 105; Volume Changes in Cements, Mortars and Con¬cretes, by R. E. Davis, 105 ; Compressive Strength of Concrete within the Water- Cement Ratio Law, by T. L. Collier. 105 ; Tests of Plain and Reinforced Haydite Concrete, by F. E Richart and V. P. Jensen. 105; Report of Committee on Petroleum Products and Lubricants, 105; Motor Performance as Determined by Fuel Volatility, by Prof. G. G. Brown, 105 ; Proceedings of Atlantic City Meeting (Review), 224 ; Relative Merits of Var¬ious (’lasses of Alloy Steels, by Prof. B. Stoughton and W. E. Harvey, 280; Effects of Nickel Content in Austenitic Iron-Chromium-Nickel Alloys, by N. B. Pilling, 280 ; New Manganese Alloy Steels, by K. E. Thum, 281 ; Physical Properties of Cast Iron, by A. L. Boegchold, 281 ; Comparison of Properties of Cast Iron and the Standard Arbitration Bar, by M. V. Healey, 281 ; Effect of Phosphorus in Wrought Iron, by J. H. Higgings, 281 ; Fatigue Tests of Fillet Welds, by R. E. Peterson and (’. H. Jennings, 281 ; Sped- ments for Torsion Tests of Metals by R. L. TenipUn and R. L. Moore, 281 ; Effecy of Temperature upon Torsional Modulus of Spring Materials, by F. P. Zimmerlin, Prof. W. P. Wood and G. I). Wilson, 281 ; Effect, of Understressing on Cast-Iron and Open-Hearth Iron, by Prof. J. B. Kommers, 281 ; Fatigue Tests of Nitrided Steel, by N. L. Mochel, 282 ; Report of Corrosion Committee, 282 ;
  • Hardness by Mutual Indentation, by Prof. I. H. Cowdrey, 282; Alloy Steels used in Aircraft- Construction, by ,1. Strauss, 282 ; Corrosion - Prevention Methods, by Dr. H. S. Rawdon, 282 ; Metal Joints in Aircraft Construction, by T. Watson Downes, 282 ; Stampings, Forgings and Castings in Aircraft Con¬struction, by H. G. Runde, 282
  • Testing Plant, Wattless-Load, for Large Alter¬nators (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 1*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • Composite Hollow-Brick and Concrete Beams, 404
  • Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • of Dardelet Screw Threads, 282*
  • Drawbar, Agricultural Tractors, 407
  • 2,200 - b.h.p. Jorgensen Double – Acting Diesel Engine, 308
  • Tests (Materials) :
  • Alternating Stress Tests and Brittle Fracture of Metals, 085*, 752*
  • Tests, Cast Iron and Armco Iron,
  • Effect of Under-Stress!ng, 281
  • Tests of Fillet Welds, 281
  • Tests, Nitrided Steel. 282
  • Beams. Composite Hollow-Brick and Concrete. Tests, 404
  • Cast-Iron Test Bars, Comparison of, 281
  • Concrete Beams, Flexural Tests of, 105
  • Compressive Strength of, 105
  • Haydite, Tests of, 105
  • Creep of Tubes and Cylinders, 83
  • Ductility Tester (Amsler <fc Co.), 355
  • Elastic and Magnetic Phenomena, Ana¬logies between, 211, 275
  • Engineering Materials, Theory and Testing of (Review), 072
  • Fusion Tests, Coal-Ash. Report, 314
  • Hardness Testing bv Mutual Indentation. 282
  • Tests, Brinell, Artificially-Aged Duralu¬min, 473*
  • Brinell, Cast Irons, 58*
  • Lead-Tin-Antimony Solders, 795*
  • Silicon-Copper Alloys, 441
  • Silicon-Manganese-Copper Alloys, 441
  • of Steel Strip, 324
  • and Tensile Stress-Strain Curves, Relationship, 07
  • Impact Tests and Brittle Fracture of Metals, 085*, 718*
  • Lead-Tin-Antimony Solders, 795*
  • Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Shear Tests, Lead-Tin-Antimonv Solders. 796*
  • Soldered Joints. Strength at Elevated Temperatures, 790*
  • Stresses in Overstrained Materials. British
  • Association Report on, 499
  • Tensile and Compression 'Pests of Clay, 5*, oi*. See Letter, 275
  • 'Pests, Artitlciallv-Aged Duralumin, 473*
  • Bonding of Refractories, 569
  • and Brittle Fracture of Metals. 685*. 717*
  • Heat-Treated Cast “ V ” Alloy. 341
  • Lead-Tin-Antimony Solders. 795*
  • Non-Ferrous Wires, 507. See 386
  • Pressure Die-Cast Aluminium Alloys, 346
  • Silicon-Copper Alloys, 441*
  • Sllicon-Manganese-Copper Alloys, 441*
  • Steels at Elevated Temperatures, 404, 600*
  • Steel for Rotor Shafts. 127. See Letter, 211
  • Timber, Cleavage Tests, Stress Determina¬tion by Photo-Elastic Methods, 436
  • Torsion Tests of Metals, Specimens for, 281
  • Test Room, Lighting, Use of, 377
  • of Methane Detector for Collieries, 328
  • Power-Plant, Heat-Consumption. 324
  • Pulverised-Coal Firing, 573*, 615, 638*
  • Shop, for Engineering Employees, 558
  • Super-Lancashirc Boiler Unit, 378*
  • Wattless-Load, of 43,750 kv.-a. Alternator, 1
  • Welded Containers, Report, 435
  • Tetra-Ethyl Lead and Lubricating Oil in Petrol Engines, 32*, 99. See LETTER, 172
  • Texas, Amarillo, Helium Production, 229
  • Text Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Thames, River, Hartford and Purtleet Tunnel 583
  • and Drainage 6f London, 582, 589
  • Flood Control of, 113, 470, 666*
  • Marine Engineering on. History, 145
  • Thau, Dr. A., on Producer Gas. 126
  • Thermal Conductivity, Apparatus for Deter¬mining, 125
  • of Bismuth, 240
  • Efficiency, Electric Power Stations. 25*, 558
  • High-Pressure Steam Plant, 724*
  • Pulverised-Fuel Fired Simon-Carves Boiler, 705
  • Steam Turbines, Rational Definition of, 283*
  • Energy of Water in Arctic Regions, 216
  • Treatment, Metals. See Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Thermodynamics, Efficiency of High-Pressure and High-Temperature Steam. 339*. 407
  • Rational Definition of Stenin Turbine Efficiencies, 283*
  • Research Work in, 125
  • Steam, High-Pressure, Efficiency of, 25*, 49. See LETTER, 140
  • Properties at High Pressure and Tem¬perature, 125
  • Thermometer Testing, National Physical Laboratory, 240
  • See also Pyrometer
  • Thermostat, Bimetallic-Strip, Rugby Wireless Station, 543*
  • Thole, Dr. F. B., on Engine Conditions and Anti-Knock Rating of Motor Fuels, 468,
  • 512*
  • Thonmnn, Dr., on Turbines with Fixed Guide and Movable Runner Blades, 157
  • Thomas, C. R., on International Road Con¬gress, 593, 629
  • Thomas, G., <fe Co., Ltd., Six-Speed Hand Taohometer. 821 *
  • Thompson, .1. T., on Separate Digestion of Heated Sludge, 729
  • Thor Lamps and Supplies, Ltd., Miners’ Safety Lamp, 658
  • Thornycroft, .1. I., A- Co., Ltd., Canadian Destroyers ” Saguenay ’’ and ” Skeena,” 74
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw Three-Phase. See Generator : Motor Threlfall, (’. R. F., on Grog, 569 Thresher and Reaper, Combined (Clayton A Shuttleworth, Ltd.), 82*
  • Tlirige, T. B., on Alternating-Current Motors witii Phase Displacement, 27
  • Throttle Valve. See Vatre Thrust Bearing. See Hearing
  • of Propellers. See Propellers; Aero¬nautics
  • Timm. E. E., on New Manganese Alloy Steels, 280
  • Tidal Power, Utilisation in Argentina, 51. 570
  • Timber Bracing. Chippawa Creek Syphon, Welland Ship Canal, 320*
  • Cleavage 'Vests of. Stress Determination by Photo-Elastic Methods. 436
  • Decking and Bracing. New York Subway Construction, 509
  • Deterioration in Sen Water, 'Pests. 526
  • Lattice 'Powers, New York Subway Con¬struction. 511
  • Time-Yield, Steel at Elevated Temperatures. 404, 600*
  • Timroth, I). L., on Conductivities and Specific Heats of Materials, 125
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Baling Presses,' Huddersfield Refuse-Disposal Plant, 546*
  • and 'Pin-Plate Prices. See Metal-PriceDiagrams
  • 'Pip Cart for Concrete (Marshall, Sons A Co., Ltd.). 427
  • Tippler Lid, Colliery Tram, 658
  • Titanium Tetrachloride, Use for Gas Removal from Aluminium Alloys, 334. 340*
  • Todd Pulverised-Fuel Installation, S.S. ” Ince- more,” 276* ; S.S. ” Lorain,” 591
  • Tools, Cutting. Modern Metal. 400
  • Grinder. See Grinding under Machine Tools Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Steel. Sec Steel
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear ; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torsion Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Torsional Modulus of Spring Materials, Effect of Temperature, 281
  • 'Power of London, Seasonal Movements of. 117
  • Mooring, for Airships, 114, 414
  • Timber. Lattice, New York Subway Con¬struction, 511*
  • Water, Skegness, Righting of, 201*. See Letter, 274*
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • Planning of London. 583, 589
  • Townend, F. S., on Producer Gas in Gas Industry, 312
  • Townend Bing for Aero-Engines, 311*
  • Traction, Electric (Review), 274
  • See also Railways ; Tramways
  • Tractor, Agricultural, 38-h.p. (Aveling & Porter, Ltd.), 370*
  • 26-h.p. Blaekstone Diesel. 401*
  • 30-h.p. (Caterpillar Tractor Co.), 369*
  • 13*5-h.p. (Citroen-Kdgresse, Ltd.), 402*
  • Drawbar Tests, 467
  • 10-20 h.p. (International Harvester Co. of Great Britain. Ltd.), 402*
  • International, Trials, 367*, 401*, 437*, 466
  • 45-h.p. (Linke-Hofmann-Busch Werke, A.-G.), 370*
  • 20-h.p. Mercedes-Benz (J. <fe 11. Mc¬Laren, Ltd.), 437*
  • 30-ii.p. Semi-Diesel (Munktells Mekaniska Ycrkstads Aktiebolag). 437*
  • with 30-b.h.p. Single-Cylinder Oil Engine (Marshall, Sons A Co.. Ltd.), 41*
  • 20-h.p. Petrol (Soeiete Anonvme Austin), 370*
  • Plough, Four-Furrow (.1. it F. Howard, Ltd.), si*
  • Trade, Anglo-Belgian. 306. See Erratum, 363
  • British Engineers’ Association, Annual Report, 530
  • Disputes. See Labour ; Labour Notes Economic Conditions in Belgium, 176;
  • Bulgaria, 664; Chilo, 48; Germany,808; Italy, 434; New Zealand, 238; Persia, 327; Roumania, 470; Spain, 590; Yugoslavia, 271
  • Effluents and River Pollution, 654
  • and Sewage Treatment, 729
  • and Sewers, Report, 47
  • Empire, and imperial Conference, 176, 621
  • Engineering Markets of the World, 84*, 151 ♦,
  • 160, 301*, 452*, 609*. 732*, 780, BOD Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • Marks, Patents and Designs Acts (Review), 719
  • Motor Car. British. 497
  • Survey, British Electrical and Allied Manu¬facturers’ Association, 175
  • Unions. See Labour : Labour Notes World, and Rationalisation, 366
  • 'traffic Co-ordination, United States, 816
  • Coutroller, Automatic (liighflcld Electrical Co., Ltd.), 106*
  • Road, Speed of, 654
  • Regulation, Necessity for Uniformity, 630
  • Trams, Colliery, Tippler Lid for. 658
  • Pramway Axles, Standard Specification, 10
  • Italian, Electric Traction on, 215
  • New South Wales, Mercury Rectifiers on, 215
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transatlantic. Wireless Telephony, Develop¬ments at Rugby Station, 541*, 624*
  • Transformation Points, Metals. See Metallurgy Transformer Construction, Practice ami Prob¬lems in, 21, 27
  • Transformer, 120-ton Crocodile Wagon for, 42*. Sec 412*
  • Impulse Voltage Strength of, 27
  • Substation, Portable (Stahilimenti Elettrotecnici Ansaldo), 510*
  • Transmission Gear. See Gear; Gearing : Marine Propulsion ; Molor-Car Details
  • of Power. See Marine Propulsion ; Power Transmission
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronaut its Institute of, Graduate and Associate Mem¬bership Examination, 110; Organisation of Railway Workshops, by E. J. II. Lemon, 270;* The Commercial Motor—Some Difficulties of the User, by C. le M. Gosselin, 054. See LETTER, 754
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway Cen¬tenary Celebrations, 867, 40?, 430, 430
  • Ministry of. Experiments on Concrete Road Joints, 210* ; Report on Forth and Clyde (’anal Proposals, 300; Kingston By-Pass Road Experiments. 565* ; Researches on Skidding of Road Vehicles, 777
  • Motor. See Roatl; Motor of Oil by Sea, 112
  • Rail, in Great- Britain, Economies of (Review), 34
  • and Road, Co-Ordination of, 030
  • Road. See Road ; Motor
  • Services, Public, Co-Ordination of. 400
  • Transportation witidn Steel Works, 700
  • Transverse Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Traps, Insect (G. Gourdon), 130
  • Trcnciiing, New York Subway Construction, 509*, 791*
  • Tri-Sodium Phosphate, Use for De-Greasing. SI 4
  • Trials, Agricultural Tractors. See Tractors
  • Babcock A Wilcox Boilers, S.S. ” King George V,” 428*
  • 750-h.h.p. Crossley-Premier Oil Engine, 740
  • 4-0-2 Type Diesel Locomotive, Italian State Railways, 045*
  • 11.M. Cruiser “Dorsetshire,” 172; II.M. Sloop •* Scarborough,” 173
  • Sloop “ Folkestone,” 43
  • Lo filer 11 igh-Pressure Boiler, 032*
  • International Marine Motor, 427
  • Trip Performances of Similar Ships, 93*. 114 See also Tests
  • Triest-Opieina Mountain Railway, Re-Equip¬ment of, 133*
  • Triumph Motor Co., Ltd., 12-h.p. Six-Cylinder Scorpion Motor-Car, 500*
  • Trocadero Restaurant, London, Movable Screen Wall, 772*
  • Trojan, Ltd., 10-h.p. Motor-Car, 498*. See Erratum, 504 ; 10-12 h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Petrol Engine, 553*
  • Trucks, Railway. See B'/q/oz/x
  • Tryon, F. G., on Fuel Efficiency in United States, 92
  • Tsurumi Electric Power Station, Japan. 244
  • Tubes, Brass, and Glands, Standard Specifica¬tion, 180
  • Boiler. Locomotive, Sand-Blast Scaler, 217*
  • Condenser. Coefficients of Heat Transfer in.
  • 083, 087*, 091*, 708, 788*, 821*. Ste Letters, 754, 783. See Erratum, 713
  • Construction, Chippawa Creek Syphoh Welland Ship Canal, 323*
  • Cutting Machine, 09*
  • Gaseous Discharge, Electric Lighting by. 500
  • Glass, Determination of Internal Diameter, 318*
  • Heat Transfer in, Flow of Gases through,
  • 177*, 193*. See LETTERS, 274, 405, 783
  • Oakland-Alameda. California. 383*, 449*
  • Railways. See Underground Railways
  • Steel, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 008*
  • Superheater, Creep Stresses in, 598*. 020
  • Thick, under High Pressure and Tempera¬ture, 83
  • See also Pipes
  • Tungsten Crystals, Investigations, National Physical Laboratory, 118
  • Lamps. See Lamps under Electric 'runnel, Cofton, Opening Out of, 801
  • Hartford and Purtleet. 583
  • Detroit-Windsor, Vehicular, 005*. 007. 702*
  • Hudson River. New York. Prevention of
  • Caisson Disease during (’onstruetion. 331. 330, 353
  • Loehaber Water-Power Scheme, Oil*. 074*
  • New York Subway, Construction Methods, 257, 509*, 791*
  • Oakland-Alameda. 338*, 449*
  • Tube, Ferro-Concrete, Oakland Estuary, California, 383*, 449*
  • Turbine, Exhaust-Steam, Bauer-Waeh System, S.S. “ St. Clair,” 418*, 485* ; S.S. ” Port Hardy,” 486* ias, Progress of. 188
  • Hydraulic, Braking by Adjustable Guide Blades, 157
  • Comparing Characteristics of, 158
  • Design of Supply Pipes to, 157
  • with Fixed Guide and Movable Runner Blades, 157
  • in German Pumped-Storage Power Plants, 249
  • in Italy, 157
  • 10,000-h.p. Pelton-Wheel Type, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 735*
  • Progress in Switzerland, 158
  • See also Power Plant
  • Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal Steam, 10,000-kw., Back-Pressure. Yallourn, Victoria, 099*, 701*
  • 12,500-kw., Billingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 119*, 183*
  • Blading for. See Blades : Blading
  • Bleeder, Regulation of, 188
  • 25,000-kw., Brimsdown Power Station, 189*, 259*
  • Construction in Switzerland. 187
  • Creep Stress in Dises, 598, 020
  • Design of, 188
  • Economic Limits of Bleeding, 248
  • Failures of, 525
  • in German Power Stations, 249
  • Heat-Consumption Tests of, 324
  • High-Pressure, 49. See Letter, 140
  • iu Iron and Steel Works. 248
  • with Large Overload Capacities, 188
  • Marine, Relative Costs, 79, 89
  • Turbine, Steam, Marine, Geared, Spec\Heat ion f or, 770
  • Marine, Geared. See also Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Operating Reliability and Design. 095
  • Rational Definition of Efficiencies. 283
  • Reserve. Electric Heating of. 245*, 279
  • Steam Velocities in. 188
  • United States Practice, 187
  • 30,000-kw., West Ham Power Station Extensions, 709
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships Oakland-Alameda, 383*. 449*
  • Turbo-Generator, 10,000-kw., Back-Pressure', Yallourn, Victoria, 099*, 701*
  • 13,750 kv.-a., Biilingham Super-Pressure Power Plant, 119*
  • 33,000-30,000 volt, Brimsdown Power Station (C. A. Parsons A Co., Ltd.), 189*, 259*
  • Developments in Switzerland. 20. See 242*. See Letter. 294
  • Development in United States. 20
  • Economic Speeds for, 454. See Letter. 519
  • Heat-Consumption Tests of. 324
  • Large, (’onstruetion of, 21
  • 40,000 kv.-a., Laziska-Gorne. Poland, 20
  • High-Speed, Safety of Rotors, 212*. See Letter. 294
  • Reserve, Electric Heating of. 245*. 279
  • Rotor Shafts, Manufacture of, 127*. Sec Letter, 211
  • 43,750 kv.-a.. Wattless-Load Tests. I*
  • 30,000-kw., West Ham Power-Station Extensions, 709
  • Turbulence, Effect on Highest Useful Com¬pression Ratio iu Petrol Engines. 290*. 319
  • Turner, E. R. and F., Ltd.. Grain Dryer, 81* ; Crushing and Grinding Mill. 751
  • Turner, Prof. II. II., the Late, 275
  • Turner, Prof. W. E. S., on Manufacture of Sheet Glass, 755*. See 749
  • Turner, S., on Coal Mining in the United States by Stripping, 91
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools See Machine Tools
  • Turret Latiie. See Lathes under Machine Tools
  • Twinning of Single Metallic Crystals. 117
  • Twyman, F., on Spectrum Analvsis of Steels. 635*
  • Tyne, River, Trade and Facilities. Handbook. 693
  • Tzerevitinov. N. A., on Testing of Porcelain Insulators. 347

U

  • U.C.C., Methane Detector. 328.
  • Ucclli, G., on Turbines and Pumping Plant in Italy, 157
  • Veda, Dr. T., on High-Voltage Rotary Eleetrie Machinery, 27
  • Underground Railwav, Lacroze, Buenos Aires. 651
  • New York. Subwav Construction Me¬thods, 257, 509,* 791*
  • Unemployment. See Labour Uniflow Vertical Steam Engine. 439.
  • Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, Methane Detector, 328
  • Union-Castle Mail Steamship Co., Ltd., M.S. " Winchester Castle," 490*. See Erra¬tum, 523
  • Trade. See Labour ; Labour Notes United Kingdom, Engineering Markets of. 84*,
  • 151*, 160, 301*, 452*. 609*, 732*. 780. 809
  • States, Alloys of Iron Researeli Committee. Progress, 749
  • Bureau of Mines, Report on Use of Flotation Reagents, 219; Report on Sul¬phur Contents of Motor Fuels. 228; Report on Coal-Ash Fusion Tests. 314 ; Tests of Permeable Indicating Methane Detector 328 ; Experiments on Ethylmercaptan for Gas-Leak Detection, 405; Report on In¬flammability of Natural Gas-Air Mixtures, 439; Statistics of Natural Motor Spirit Plants in United States, 524
  • Bureau of Standards, Graphical Deter¬mination of Helix Angles of Threads, 10 ; Tests of Composite Hollow-Brick and Concrete Beams, 464
  • Circuit-Breaker Practice in, 504
  • Coal Firing in, 214
  • Coal Mining by Stripping. 91
  • Collieries, Compressed Air and Electricity in, 126
  • Construction of Skyscrapers in. 113
  • Costs of Power Supply, 250
  • Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 605*, 667*, 702*
  • Diesel Oil Engines in, 572
  • Domestic Use of Electricity, 59
  • Engineering Markets of, 84, 160, 301*, 453, 609, 732*. 780, 809
  • Frequency and Voltage Regulation in Transmission Systems, 347
  • Fuel Efficiency in, 92
  • Gas Supply in, 28
  • Helium Production, Amarillo Texas, 229
  • High-Speed Oil Engines, 531*
  • Interchange of Power Supplv in. 80S. See 248
  • Interconnection of Power Supply Systems, 248. See 808
  • Natural-Gas Industry in, 648
  • Navy. See United States under Warships
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Steel Works, 417. 447*
  • Petrol-Engine Research in, 125
  • Power Stations, High Pressures and Tem¬peratures in. 339*
  • Power Stations, Operating Data. 25
  • Progress of Industrial Electric Heating. 504
  • Progress of Electric Welding in. 504
  • Railways, Progress of Electrification, 215
  • Railways. See also Railways ; Railroads
  • Road Paving-Brick Manufacture, 615
  • Road Traffic Co-Ordination in, 816
  • United States. Smoke Abatement in, 312
  • Standard Specification for Cement and Concrete, 105
  • Steam Heating in, 248
  • Steam-Turbine Practice in, 187
  • Turbo-Generator Developments in. 26
  • See also America
  • University of Birmingham, High-Frequency Oscillator of Wide Range. 253*
  • College, London, Course in Engineering, 396 ; Calendar, 596
  • Nottingham, Engineering Laboratories, 52*
  • of Michigan, Tank Experiments on Bulbous Bows, 770
  • of Oxford. Institute of Agricultural Engi¬neering, Tractor Trials. 367*. 401*, 437*, 466
  • See also Education Uplift in Masonry Dams, 59
  • Uruguay, Engineering Markets of. 780
  • Usbeck. W., on Power Supply for Single-Phase Railways, 215
  • Usines Mctailurgiques du Hainaut. S.A.. Loco¬motives at Li<5ge Exhibition. 230
  • Uskside Engineering Co., Ltd.. Chain Coal Cutter, 658

V.

  • VACUUM PUMP. See Pump
  • Vaders, Dr. E., on New Silicon-Zine-Copper Alloy, 387
  • Valentia Observatory, Factors Affecting Visi¬bility at, 814
  • Vallauri, Prof. G., on Electricity and Energy. 22
  • Valparaiso Harbour Breakwater, Construction of. 332. 335
  • Valve Amplifiers, Use witii Duddell Oscillo¬graphs, 671*. See Letter, 720*
  • Atmospheric Relief, 10,000-kw. Back-Pres¬sure Steam Turbine, 761*
  • Control, 10,000-kw. Bark-Pressure Steam Turbine, 761*
  • Fuel, 2,500-h.p. Fullager-Diesel Engine, 8*
  • Gas-Reversing, Open-Hearth Furnaces. 448
  • Gear for High-Speed Uniflow Engines. 439
  • Penstock, Lochaber Water-Power Scheme, 675*
  • Pivot, Dow Disc-Arm (S. M. Smith Co.). 344*
  • Shafts, Lochaber Water Power Scheme, 611 *, 674*
  • Sleeve, Andert?n Locks Storage Basins, 38*. 101*
  • Stop, Cast-Iron, Explosion of. 42.
  • and Valve Gear. See also Engines Vanek, F., qii Switchgear Installations in
  • Czechoslovakia. 505
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor- Car Details
  • Venezuela. Engineering Markets of. 780
  • Venice, Porto Marghera Discharging Plant, 457*
  • Ventilating Fan, Air-Operated (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 540*
  • and Heating Engineers, Institution of. Sec Healing
  • Ventilation and Heating of Buildings (Review), 33
  • System, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel. 607*. 703*
  • System, Oakland-Alameda Estuary Tube, ’383*, 449*
  • Venturi Port, Open-Hearth Furnace. 417, 447
  • Vereinigte Stahlwerke, Dortmund, Kiesselbach Feed-Water Storage System. (544*
  • Vernon, Dr. W. 11. on Corrosion of Copper, 631. See 387
  • Vibration Waves, Propagation of, 147
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Launch of H.M.S. ” Keith.” 124 ; Vickers-Berthier Machine Rifle, 360. Sec Erratum, 397 ; Pedersen Self-Loading Rifle, 665*
  • Victoria, Australia, Sugarloaf-Rubicon Hydro- Electric Power Plant, 505
  • 10.000-kw. Back-Pressure Steam Turbo-Generator at Yallourn. 699*, 761*
  • Vienna Locomotive Works, High-ITessure Steam Engine at, 188
  • Vimax Machinery Co., Ltd., Brick-Making Machine, 337*
  • Vincent, G. I., on Gas Rate Fixing. 28
  • Virtual Mass of Ship Models, Measurement of, 116.154*
  • Visco Air Filter, Efficiency of, 221*
  • Visibility at Valentia Observatory, Factors Affecting, 814
  • Voce, I)r. E.. on Silicon-Copper Alloys and Silicon-Manganese Copper Alloys, 441*. See 387
  • Vogel, Dr. W., on Power Transmission by Electric Cables. 347
  • Vogt, Dr. F., on Analysis of Danis, 58
  • Voice-Ope rated Switching Device, Rugby Wireless Station, 626*
  • Voids in Materials and Structures, Effect of, 332 335
  • Volatilisers for Nickel Manufacture, 424*. 454
  • Voltage Regulation in Transmission Systems, 347
  • Vowles, 11. P , on Origin of the Windmill, 519
  • Vulcan Co., Fotfinger Transmission System, M.S. ” Kota Agoeng,” 677*
  • Vulcanising Chamber, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., 290*

W.

  • WADKIN A CO., Band-Saw Filing and Setting Machine, 265* ; Boring and Recessing Machine, Overhead, for Wood, 395*
  • Wages. See Labour
  • Wagner, R. P., on Locomotive Development in Germany, 214
  • Wagon, Ash’-Removal, Pneumatic (Alien Air Appliance Co.), 537*
  • Coke (Compagnie Francaise de Materiel de Chemins ae Fer). 230*
  • Mineral, Self - Discharging (Compagnie
  • Francaise de Materiel ue Ohemins de Fer), 230*
  • Motor. See Motor Wagons
  • Wagon, Railway, 120-ton Crocodile, for Elec¬trical Machinery, Great Western Railway, 42*, 412*
  • Waikaremoana, Lake, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 571
  • Waldo, R. J., Investigations on Factory Illumination, 797
  • Walker. J. H., on District Heating in united States, 248
  • Walker, R. J., on High-Pressure Steam for Sliips, 477
  • Waller, C. R., on Modern Geared Turbines, 770.
  • Waller, J. E., the Late, 83
  • Wallis, B. N., on H.M. Airship ” R 100,” 353
  • Walls, Lock Approach, Welland Ship Canal, 481
  • Plugs. Standard Specification, 45
  • Retaining, Concrete, and Ferro-Concrete,728
  • Screen. Movable, in Restaurant (Waygood-Otis,'Ltd.), 772*
  • Wanderer-Wcrke A.G., Screw-Cutting Machine, 517
  • Warren, G. B., on Steam-Turbine Practice in United States, 187
  • Warsaw High-Power Broadcasting Station, 472

Warships :

  • Admiralty and Steam Vessels, 315
  • Canadian Navy, Destroyers “ Saguenay ” and “ Skeena,” 74
  • Dutch Navy. Destroyers for, 050 H.M. Cruiser “ Dorsetshire,” Trials, 172 — Destroyer “Brazen,” Launch, 140
  • “ Brilliant,” Launch, 501
  • “ Boadicea,” and “ Blanche,” Launch. 430. See Erratum, 492
  • “ Bulldog,” Launch, 745.
  • Flotilla Leader “ Keith,” Launch, 124
  • Indian Sloop “ Hindustan,” Trials, 580
  • Screw Ships, 1850, 192
  • Ship “ Gorgon,” History of, 146
  • “Greyhound,” Fronde’s Experi¬ments on, 116, 154
  • “Himalaya,” History of, 643
  • “ Media,” History of, 145
  • “ Rattler,” History, 192
  • “ Terrible,” History of, 145
  • Sloop “ Folkestone,” Trials, 43
  • “ Scarborough,” Trials 173
  • Steam Vessels, 1837, 145
  • Iron Vessels. Objections to, 641
  • Naval Engineering Historv, 145, 190, 315, 641
  • United States Navy, Design of 10,000-ton Treaty Cruisers, 769
  • Yugoslavia Navy, Flotilla Leader for. 594 See also Nava fin Paragraph Index
  • Washing Machine, Gravel and Sand (F. Parker Ltd.). 426*
  • Washington International Road Congress, 593, 629
  • Waste-Heat Boilers in Iron and Stee Works, 214
  • Utilisation in Germany, 248
  • Trade, and Sewage Treatment. 729
  • Water Absorption by Clays, 5*, 61*. Sec Letter. 275
  • Board. Rand. Annual Report, 749
  • Filtration, Use of Ozone, Progress in France, 130
  • Gas. See Gas
  • Heaters. See Feed Heaters
  • Mains, Temporary, New York Subway Construction, 510
  • Pollution Research Board, Annual Report, 13 ; Water Softening by Base Exchange, 218
  • Power. Economics of Utilisation, 49 See also Hydraulic; Pelton Wheel ;
  • Power Plant; Power, Water; Turbine, Hydraulic Softening, Base Exchange Process, 218
  • Supply Engineering (Review), 421
  • of London, 582, 589
  • and River Pollution, 654
  • Rural, Auto-Pneumatic System, 730
  • See also Irrigation
  • Thermal Energy of, in Arctic Regions, 216
  • Totoer, Skegness, Righting of, 201*. See Letter 274*
  • Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic; Pelton Wheel ; Power Plant
  • Walls, Pulverised-Fuel Fired Simon-Carves Boilers, 705*
  • Wheels. Sec Pelton Wheel ; Turbine, Hydraulic; Power Plant
  • Waterloo Bridge, Inadequacy of, 583, 589
  • Watersheds, Afforestation of, 730
  • Waterways. See Rivers ; Canals Waterworks Association, British, Afforestation
  • of Watersheds, by R. L. Robinson. 730 ; Land Drainage Act, 1930, in Relation to River Pollution Prevention, bv A. Bab- bington, 730 ; Rural Water Supplv Problem, by I). F. Worger, 730
  • Sec also Water Supply and Paragraph Index
  • Watford Paper Mills, Esparto-Grass Handling Plant, 487*
  • Watt, R. A. W., on Meteorological Relations of Atmospherics, 701
  • Wattless-Load 'Tests of Turbo-Generators (Metropolitan-Yiekers Electrical Co., Ltd.),
  • Waves and Corpuscles (Review), 575
  • Earthquake, Propagation of. 622
  • Making Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Mechanics, Introduction to (Review), 575
  • Meters, Oscillator for Calibrating, 253*
  • Sea, Effect on Breakwaters, 332, 335
  • Vibration, Propagation of, 147
  • Waygood-Otis, Ltd., Movable Screen Wall, 772*
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Weathering of Building Materials, Investiga¬tions. 670
  • Webster. N. E. on Compressed Air and Elec¬tricity in Collieries, 105, 126
  • Wcchmann. Dr. W„ on Power Supplv for Single- Phase Railways, 215
  • Wedgwood Bicentenary Commemoration Vol¬ume. See Ceramic Society
  • Weight-Lifting Capacity of Operatives in Factories, 207
  • Weirs, Safety, Welland Ship Canal, 03*
  • and Spillways, Flow over. 125
  • Supply. Humberstone, Welland Ship Canal, 03• 131*
  • Weiz. B., on Power Problems and Industrial Development, 210
  • Welded Containers, Tests of, Report. 435
  • Welds, Electric, Contamination bv Nitrogen, 538*
  • Fillet, Fatigue Tests of, 281
  • Welding. Acetylene and Autogenous, Inter¬national Congress, Zurich. 78
  • Apparatus, Exhibits at Cardiff Exhibition, 658
  • and Cutting Plant. Oxy-Acetylene, Portable (C. S. Milne A Co.. Ltd.). 156*
  • Eleetrie, Progress in United States. 504
  • Fusion. Progress of, 526
  • Machine, Eleetrie for Tyre Bands (Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.). 225*
  • Hydraulic Roller (Rice A Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 251*
  • Use in United States Cruisers. 770
  • X-Ray Examination of. 779. 788
  • Welland Ship Canal, Canada. Reconstruction. 63*. 131 *, 285*. 320*. 481*. 576*, 637*,766*
  • Wellman Tilting Furnace in Steel Works. 417. 447*
  • Wcnsley, R. J., on Automatic Stations and Remote Supervision. 505
  • West Ham Power Station. Extensions, 709
  • West Kootenay Power and light Co., Ltd., Hydro-Electric Power Schemes, 304
  • Weston-super-Mare, Corrosion Tests at. 526
  • Wey, River, Improvement Scheme. 470
  • Whangpoo Conservancy Board. Report, 809
  • Wharton, C. C., the Late. 199
  • Whayman, Engr. Rear-Admiral W. M , on Pulverised Coal and Mechanical Stokers iu Ships, 477
  • Wheat Supply and Artificial Nitrates, 318
  • Wheatoroft, Prof. E. L. E., on Valve Amplifier, for Duddell Oscillographs, 671*. See Letter, 720*
  • Wheels, Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion Grinding. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Lathe, Profiling. 356*
  • Whidbourne Air-Driven Stroboscope, 503
  • Whitby, L., on Corrosion of Copper, 631. See 387
  • White, B. E., on Water Power, Turbines, and Pumps, 158
  • White Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Project, Manito¬ba, 235
  • Whitworth Scholarship Regulations. 650
  • Wiberg, 0., on Materials for High Pressures and Temperatures, 214
  • Wicksteed, C., A Co. (1920), Ltd., 6-in. Saw witii Hydraulic Feed, 149*
  • Wilken, R., on Electric Power Stations in Argentina, 250
  • Wilkie, T„ on Public Lighting of Leicester. 377
  • Wilkiewlcz, Dr., on Natural Gas of Poland. 92
  • Williams, C. G., Research on Light Petrol Engines, 415
  • Williams Tool Corporation, Pipe-Screwing Machine, 475*
  • Williamson. A. V., on Rainfall of India. 740
  • Wilmington, Deepwater Power Station, Alloca¬tion of Power from, 808
  • Wilson, G. D., on Effect of Temperature on Spring Materials. 281
  • Wilson, G. H.. on Laboratory Experience and Public Lighting, 377
  • Wilson. H., on Colloids in Sewage Purification, 729
  • Wilson, J. L.. on S. S. “ Leviathan,” Damage Repairs and Strength Analysis, 770
  • Wilson, .1. S., on Structural Steel Design and Regulations, 399, 407. See Letter. 518
  • Wilson, J. W., the Late, 324
  • Wilton, T. R., on Effect of Size of Ships on Liverpool Docks. 121*. See 115
  • ” Winchester Castle,” M.S., 490*. See Erra¬tum, 523
  • Wind-Pressure Measurements, National Physi¬cal Laboratory, 146
  • Resistance of ‘Ships, Model Experiments, 116, 184*
  • Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Windlass for Discharging Plant, Porto Marghera Venice, 457*
  • Electric, Safety Coupling, 447*
  • Windmills, Origins of, 519
  • Windsor-Detroit Vehicular Tunnel, 605*, 667* 702*
  • Winfield, F. C., on British Practice in High- Power Switching, 504
  • Winget, Ltd., Portable Lift and Force Punin 427 1 ’
  • Winstone, (’. I., on Gas in Public Street Illumination, 377
  • Wires, Non-Ferrous, Atmospheric Corrosion of 507. See 386
  • Rope Cables, Triest-Opicina Mountain Railway, 135*
  • Fenders, Welland Ship Canal Locks, 766*
  • Investigations on. 801
  • Silicon-Copper, Properties of. 441
  • Wireless Telegraphy. Sec Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring, Assisted, and Hire-Purchase Schemes Electricity Commissioners’ Report. 148
  • Wiseman A.. Ltd., 48-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 591*
  • Witkowitz Company, Compressed Air and Electricity in Oskar Coal Mine, 1*0 • $)p^"'1l,Iearth Furnaces, 376* : Trials of 1,/00-lb. Pressure l.dther Boiler, 632*
  • Mute, F., on Locomotive Development in Germany, 214
  • Witwatersrand Mines, Air Dehumidification Plant, 162*
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Alternating Tests under 'I ests (Materials)
  • Wood, B. F., on Interchange of Power Sunnlv 248, 807 11 ‘ ’
  • Wood, H. C., on Open-Hearth Furnace Steel¬works, 373*, 447*. See 417
  • Wood, J., on Domestic Gas-lleating Equip¬ment, 29
  • Wood, S. A., on Skidding of Road Vehicles, 777
  • Wood, W. A.. Co., Ltd., Cultivator with Self-Lifting Gear. 107
  • Wood, Prof. W. P., on Effect of Temperature on Spring Materials, 281
  • Wood, Case in Gas Producers for Motor Vehicles. 415
  • Woodall-Duckham Vertical Retort A Oven Construction Co. (1920), Ltd., Refuse- Disposal Plant, Huddersfield, 546*
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools
  • Woolley Coal. Pulverised. Firing Tests, 638*
  • Woolnough, W. IL, on Trial Trip Performances of Similar Ships. 93*. See 114 *Worger, D. F., on Rural Water Supply, 730
  • Works :
  • British Sangamo Co., Ltd., Enfield Factory, 815*
  • Factories. Power Transmission in. 416
  • Factory Illumination, Effect on Produc¬tion. 504, 797
  • Gas Works, Treatment of Effluents from, 311
  • Iron and Steel Works. Gas Engines and Steam Turbines for, 248
  • Works, Waste-Heat Boilers in. 214
  • London Midland & Scottish Railway, Organisation of Workshops, 269
  • Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., Refinery, Clydach, South Wales, 349*, 422*, 454*
  • Steelworks, British and Continental, 373*, 417, 447*
  • Transportation within, 760
  • Works Management, Carriage Shops, London,
  • Midland A Scottish Railway, 269
  • Shop Tests for Engineering Employees, 558
  • Workshops and Factories, Homo Office Inspector’s Report 206
  • Illumination as Factor in Production. 504, 797
  • Training. See Apprenticeship; Education World Agricultural Tractor Trials, 1930,
  • Report, 367*, 401*, 437*, 466
  • Engineering Markets, 84*, 151*. 160, 301*, 452*, 609*, 732*, 780, 809

World Power Conference, Berlin :

  • Reports of Proceedings, 20. 49. See Letter, 140
  • Visits and Excursions, 22, 51
  • Concluding Proceedings, 51
  • Abstracts of Papers, 25, 26, 58, 91, 125, 157, 187, 213, 245*, 248, 279*, 311, 347, 415, 477, 503, 570. 695
  • Organisation of Conference, 205, 401
  • Sub-Atomic Energy, by Prof. Sir A. S. Eddington, 237
  • Boilers and Furnaces:
  • Report of Discussion, 50
  • Economics of Steam Raising in Germany,
  • by Prof. P. Rosin, Dr. F. Marguerre and Dr. Splittgerber, 213
  • Effect of Methods of Firing on Cost of Steam Raising, by F. Schulte, 214
  • Alloy Steels for High Pressures and Temperatures, by O. Wiberg, 214
  • Boilers to meet Peak-Load Conditions, by A. Spyer. 214
  • Coal Firing of Boilers in United States, by H. W. Brooks, E. C. Bailey, W. L. Martwick, F. H. Daniels, H. D. Savage and T. H. Banfield, 214
  • Radiation in Boiler Plants, by Prof. L. K. Ramzin, 214
  • Problems of Pulverised-Fuel Consumption, by Prof. L. K. Ramzin. 214
  • Combustion of Fuel Fines in State of Suspension, by Prof. L. K. Ramzin, 214
  • Waste-Heat Boilers in Tron and Steel Works, by Prof. F. Peter, 214
  • Coal Cleaning and Ash Emission :
  • Report of Discussion, 20
  • Coal Cleaning in Relation to Dust and
  • Sulphur Emission from Chimneys, by Dr. R. Lessing, 312
  • Treatment of Flue Gases from Power Stations, by Dr. S. L. Pearce, 312
  • American Progress in Smoke-Abatement Work, by V. J. Azbe, 312
  • Combined Heat and Power Plants:
  • Report of Discussion, 51
  • District Heating in United States, by J. H. Walker and A. R. Mumford. 248
  • District Heating in Paris, by Mr. Sehereschewskv, 248
  • Heat Recovery, by R. San Nicolo, 248
  • Interconnection of Power and Heat Plants for Traction Supply, by E. Harprecht, 248
  • Production of Energy in Metallurgical Works, by A. Ervain, 248
  • Power Production in the Steel Industry, by C. W. E. Clarke, 248
  • Engineering Aspects of Interchange of Power with Industrial Plants, by B. F. Wood, 248
  • Commercial Aspects of Interchanging Power between Utilities and Large Industrials, by G. E. Whitwell, 248
  • Combined Heat and Power Supply in Industrial Plants, by W. F. Ryan, 248
  • Combined Heat and Power Supply, by Prof. F. Niethammer, °48
  • Waste-Heat Utilisation in Germany, by Dr. F. Marguerre, 248
  • Waste from Exhaust Steam and Economic Limits of Bleeding, by B. M. Gerbel, 248
  • Contstruct ion of Large Generators, Trans¬formers, etc. :
  • Report of Discussion, 21. See 242*. See Letter 294
  • Development of Electrical Industry in Switzerland, by Prof. B. Bauer and Prof. E. Diinner, 26
  • Recent Turbo-Generator Construction, by 11.
  • Rickli. 26. See 242*. See Letter 294
  • Economic Development, in Turbine
  • Generators in the United States, by M. A. Savage, 26
  • Large Three-Phase Generators, by E. Hunziker, 26
  • Rating of Large Water-Wheel-Driven Generators, by F. D. Newburv and M. W Smith, 27
  • Limiting Conditions for Electric-Generator Construction, by Dr. R. Pohl and Dr. E. Lasswitz, 27; by Dr. F. Niethammer, 27. See 242*. See Letter 294
  • Asynchronous Machines for Generating Wattless Power by Dr. M. Schenkel and Dr. W. Sarfert, 27
  • Practice in Transformer Construction, by Dr. L. Roebel, 27
  • Problems in Transformer Construction, by .1. Kiibler. 27
  • Impulse Voltage Strength of Transformers, by M. Montsinger and W. M. Dann, 27
  • Extra High Terminal Voltage Rotary Electric Machinery, by Dr. Terbo Ueda, 27
  • Large Double-Slot Three-Phase Motors, by A. Booden, 27
  • Alternating-Current Motors with Phase Displacement, by Messrs, von Meyer and T. B. Thrige, 27
  • Mercury Rectifiers, by Dr. M. Schenkel and Dr. H. Mayer-Delius, 27
  • Recent Developments in Rectifiers, by Mr. St. Widmer, 27
  • Co-operation between Different Power- Producing Plants:
  • Cooperation between Gas Works and Electric Power Stations, by Messrs. T. Ploppa, Poldolsky and Siebel, 313
  • Combined Hydro and Steam Power Sys¬tems, by N. E. Funk, 313
  • Large Steam Power Stations in Italy, by Cesari, 313
  • Costs and Comparative Efficiency of Different
  • Types of Energy :
  • Traction by Locomotives in the Mines of Dourges, by Messrs. Garin and Pinel, 126
  • Compressed Air and .Electricity in Collieries, by Prof. . Hay and N. E. Webster, 126
  • Compressed Air and Electricity in Witkowitz Company’s Coal Mines, by Dr. J. Havlicek, 126
  • Compressed Air and Electricity in Coal Mines of America, by H. N. Eavenson and G. Bright, 126
  • Producer-Gas Production and Use, by Dr. A. Thau and K. Schmidt, 126
  • Gas and Electricity in Industrial Heating, by Sir R. A. Hadfield and R. J. Sarjant, 126
  • Critical Examination of Diesel-Engine Design, by H. Schmidt, 126
  • Dams:
  • Report of Discussion. 23
  • Analysis of Dams, by Dr. F. Vogt, 58
  • Model Experiment on Flood Discharge
  • Requirements of Dams, by Prof. A. Smrcek, 58
  • Uplift in Masonry Dams, by Dr. P. Fillunger, 59
  • Earthing. Lightning Protection and Line Inter¬ference :
  • Report of Discussion, 50
  • Lightning and its Effects on the Design of
  • Transmission Lines, by F. W. Peek, Junr., 313
  • Grounding of Electric Circuits in United States, by W. H. Blood, Junr., 313
  • Disturbance of Telephone Communication and Broadcasting by Strong Currents, by Dr. H. Klewe, Dr. A. Rachel, A. Clausing and Dr. Bredow, 313
  • Influence of High-Tension Power Lines on Telegraphic Lines, by Messrs. P. A. Asboukine, E. N. Petrlnsky, Gratschev, Mackovic, Teleschev, Siro- tinskv, B. A. Tclcclvjv and Eclai, 313
  • Economic Problems of High-Temperature Distillation :
  • Decomposition of Gas by Pressure at Low Temperatures, by P. Borchardt, 311
  • Synthetic Ammonia Industry, bv Col. P. Pollitt, 311
  • Cooling of Town Gas, by R. Stoss, 311 Economics of Benzole Extraction in the
  • Gas Industry, by H. Hollings, 311
  • Liquor Effluents from Gas and Coking Industries, by A. C. Monkhouse, 311
  • Effect of Price of Coke and By-Products on Cost of Gas Production, by M. Barash, 311
  • Producer Gas Practice and the Carbonising Industries, by N. E. Ram bush and
  • B. Townend, 312
  • Use of Oxygen in Gasification, by Z. von Galocsy, 312
  • Comparison between Stoker and Pulverised Fuel Firing by Ash Analysis, by A. Hesky, 312
  • Swiss Gas Industry, by F. Escher, Prof. E. Ott, W. Grimm, H. Zollikofer and Prof. P. Schhipfer, 312
  • Electricity in Domestic and Agricultural I'se :
  • Domestic Use of Electricity, by M. E. Sampsell, 59
  • Illumination and Electric Signs in the Sale of Electricity, by C. W. Sully, 59
  • Ilium nation and Electrical Industry, by B. Seeger, 59
  • Electricity Supply in the House and on the Farm, by Dr. F. A. Gaby, 59
  • Electricity in House and Agriculture, by A. Petri, 59
  • Electricity in Swedish Agriculture, by Edholm, 59
  • Electricity in Industry:
  • Electric Heating in Industry, by Dr. 11. Nathusius, 503
  • Use of Excess Electric Power, by Dr. F. Berger, 504
  • Economics of Industrial Electric Heating, by N. R. Stansel, 504
  • Welded Steel Buildings and Bridges in the United States, by F. P. McKibben, 504
  • Economics of Electric Motors in Industry, by W. Geyer and Prof. W. Philippi, 504
  • Increasing Production hy Suitable Light¬ing, by L. Schneider, 504
  • Illumination in Russian Factories, by Prof. S. O. Maisel. 504
  • Electrolytic Industry in Germany, by Prof. V. Engelhardt, 504
  • Power in Manufacture of Electrochemicals, by P. S. Bralier, 504
  • Electrical Gas Cleaning and Filtering, by Dr. R. Seeiiger, 504
  • Gas Markets ;
  • Gas Supply in United States, 28 Progress of Rate Fixing, hy R. Boyes, A. G.
  • King, L. R. King and G. I. Vincent, 28
  • Hydro-Carbon Gas as Power in United States, hy G. Eglolf, 28
  • Gas Supply in High-Pressure Cylinders, by Dr. 1. Chappuis and Dr. A. Pignot, 28
  • Gas Supply in Germany, 28
  • Increased Distribution Pressure and
  • Pressure Regulation, by H. Muller, 29
  • Domestic Gas-Heating Equipment, by J. Wood and G. B. H. Howarth, 29
  • Individual Problems of Power Supply in Different Countries:
  • Electric Supply in Latvia, by O. Leimans, 250
  • Alternating-Current Supply in Stockholm, by W. Forssbiad, 250
  • Power Costs and 'trends in the United States, by L. W. W. Morrow, 250
  • Current Practice of Power Supply in Canada, by J. C. Smith and Prof. 0. V. Christie, 250
  • Hydro-Electric Industry of Canada, by G. Gale, 250
  • Design and Operation of Thermal Power Plants in Japan, by S. Goto and K. Kato, 250
  • Power Stations in Argentina, by R. Wiikcn, 250
  • Internal-Combustion Engines:
  • Report of Discussion, 21, 23.
  • Heavy-Oil Engine Research, by A. E. L. Chorlton, 571
  • Employment of Diesel Engines in Peak Loads, by M. Gercke and Dr. A. Bannwarth, 571
  • Nozzles and Sprays tor Oil Engines, bv A. L. Bird, 571
  • Combined Employment of Internal- Combustion and Steam Engines, by Dr. F. Mcrkl, 572
  • Development of Internal-Com bust ion En¬gines in Switzerland, by Prof. P. Ostestag, 572
  • Development of Internal-Combustion En¬gines, hy A. Biichi, 572
  • Development of the Stationary Diesel Engine and American Power Econo¬mics. by J. Kuttner, 572
  • Large Gas Engines in Czechoslovakia, by C. Mahacek, 572
  • Operation of and Heat Transfer in Diesel Engines, by Prof. N. Briling, 572
  • Marine Power Plants:
  • Power Problems in German Ships, 477 Application of High-Pressure Steam to
  • Navigation, by Sir C. Parsons, R. J. Walker, and S. S. Cook, 477
  • Pulveriscd-Coal Firing and Mechanical Stokers in Ships, by Engr. Rear- Admiral W. M. Whayman, 477
  • Heavy Marine Oil-Engine Industry in Great Britain, by Prof. A. L. Mellanby, 478
  • Design of Double-Acting Two-Stroke Oil Engines, by W. S. Burn, 478
  • Diesel Auxiliary Generating Machinery, by R. W. Allen, 478
  • Internal-Combustion Engines in Austrian Marine, by L. Roesler, 478.
  • See Erratum, 596
  • Improvements in Machinery of Ships, by M. H. Brillie, 478. Sec Letter, 660*
  • Motor Transport:
  • Report of Discussion, 21
  • Research on the Light Petrol Engine, by
  • S. Rowell and C. G. Williams, 415
  • Use of High-Compression Motor Fuels, by
  • Dr. Enoch, 415
  • High-Speed Diesel Engines for Transport Purposes, by F. Scmiltz, 415
  • Development of Motor Vehicle Engines and Fuels, by Dr. A. A. Herzfeld, 415
  • New Type of High-Speed Diesel Engine for Transport Purposes, by G. Jcndrassik, 415
  • Power from Wood for Motor Vehicles, by Prof. H. Kyrklund, 415
  • Influence of Rating on Engine Construc¬tion for French Motor Vehicles, by H. Dauvergene, 415
  • Natural and Synthetic Oil:
  • Report of Discussion, 22
  • Treatment of Estonian Oil Shale, by
  • Prof. P. N. Logerman and J. Roberts, 91
  • Oil-Shale Distilling System at Fushun, Japan, 91
  • Oil Production, Ragusa, Sicily, hy A. la Porta, 91
  • Cracking of Pure Hydrocarbons, hy G. Hugel, 91
  • Utilisation for Power Purposes of Petro¬leum Residuals, hy Dr. A. E. Dunstan, 91
  • Economic Aspects of Future Supply of Diesel Fuel Oil, by J. Kewley, 91 I
  • Power Economics in Individual Countries:
  • Energy Balances of Central European States, by E. Haidegger, 92
  • Coals and Lignites of Germany, hy Dr. Aufhtiuscr. 92
  • Italian Fuels, by Prof. M. G. Levi and D. Padovani, 92
  • Power Sources in Lithuania, by Prcf. St. Kolupaila. 92
  • Oil Resources of Poland, by W. Rosenthal. 92
  • Natural Gas in Poland bv Dr. Witkiewicz. 92
  • Coal. Natural Gas and Oil in Yugoslavia by F. Bratina and F. Podbreznik, 92
  • Coal and Oil in Argentina, by H. Platz, 92
  • Equipment of Elektrotok Leningrad State Generating Plant, by Dr. E. H. Jakovlev, 92
  • Coal Resources of Siberia, by S. Balakschin, 92
  • Power Storage and Accumulation :
  • Report of Discussion, 49
  • Pumping Plants for Energy Storage in Germany, 248
  • Fuel for Power Stations with Reference to Storage and Peak Loads, 249
  • Common Users of Water for Power and Irrigation, by Prof. D. Ganassini, 249
  • Pumped Storage Reservoirs and Electricity Supply of Large Towns, by E. Bodenseher and R. Gablcr, 249
  • Evaporation in Reservoirs at High Alti¬tudes, by J. Leclerc du Sablon, 249
  • Progress in Water-Power Storage, bv W. S. Lee, 250
  • Heat Production and Storage, hy E. Rauber and J. Lebrun. 250
  • Operating Results of Ruths’ Accumulators, hy N. Frcnne and Th. Stein, 250
  • Research Work :
  • Transport of Solids by Flowing Water, 125
  • Coefficient- in Chazy’s Formula, by Dr. A. Strickler. 125
  • Relative Dilution Method of Measurement of Flow, hy J. Aastad and R. S< gnen. 125
  • Velocity Formula for Flow over Steep Inclines, by R. Ehrcnberger, 125
  • Flow over Weirs, by Dr. M. Golza, 125
  • Properties of Steam at High Pressure and Temperature, hy G. S. Callendar, 125
  • Petrol-Engine Research in United States, hy H. C. Dickinson. 125
  • Heat Transmission and Insulation, by W. V. A. Kemp, W. H. McAdams. H. C. Hottell, and R. H. Heilman. 125
  • Fuel Research in Canada, by B. F. Ilaanel. 125
  • Control of Fuels in Italv, bv V. Grazioli, 125
  • Thermal Conductivities and Specific Heat of Structural and Insulating Materials, hy D. L. Timroth, 125
  • Solid Fuels:
  • Coal Mining in United States by Stripping, hy S. Turner, 91
  • Hydro-Pneumatic Classification of Coal, hy Prof. T. Takakuwa, 91
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation in Gnat Britain, hy Dr. C. H. Lander, 92
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Japan¬ese Coal, hy S. Yamaguchi, 92
  • Agglutinisation and Activation of Coal during Coke Formation, by Prof. W . Swietoslawski, 92
  • Melting Point of Coal and Coke Ash, by S. Qvarfort, 92
  • Progress in Fuel Efficiency, hy F. G. Tryon and H. O. Rogers, 92 *
  • Purchase and Sale of Coke to Specification, hy E. C. Evans, 92 ; hy R. A. Burrows and N. Simpkin, 92. See Erratum, 141
  • Steam and Electrically-Operated Railways :
  • Report of Discussion, 22 High-Pressure Steam in Locomotives, by M. Chatel, 214
  • Coal Saving on Locomotives of Japanese Government Railways, by Dr. K. Asakura, 214
  • Steam Locomotive Development on German State Railways, by Dr. F. Fuchs, R. P. Wagner, H. Nordmann,
  • Rosenthal, K. Gfinther, and F. Witte, 214
  • Development of Electrification of Rail¬ways, by H. Parodi, 215
  • Economics of Electric Traction for Trunk- Line Railroads, by W. D. Bearce. 215
  • Electric Traction on Private Railways and Tramways in Italy, by M. Semenza, 215
  • Electric Traction in Italy, hy C. Carli. 215 Economical Operation of Electrified Rail¬ways, hy C. H. Merz and F. Lydall, 215
  • Power-Supply Reticulation of New South Wales Government Railways and Tramways, by W. H. Mvers, 215
  • Load Distribution between interconnected Traction Power Stations, by Dr. A. Hruschka and H. Schmidt, 215
  • Energy Supply for Single-Phase Railways, by Dr. W. Wechmann, W. Usbeck, and O. Michel, 215
  • Development of Single-Phase Locomotives. hy P. P. Midler and W. Relchel, 215
  • Increase of Safety on Railways by Electric Traction, by F. Schlemmer, 215
  • Switchgear and Automatic Control Apparatus :
  • Report of Discussion, 51
  • British Practice In High-Power Switching
  • hy R. W. Gregory and F. C. Winfield. 504
  • Modern American Circuit-Breaker Practice, by J. B. McNeill, 504
  • Cost of Switchgear for Large Installations by Prof. W. Petersen, 504
  • Large Switchgear Installations in Czeehoslovakia. bv Dr. J. Reznicek and Yanek,505
  • High-Tension Ironclad Switchgear, by C. Cippitclli, 505
  • Automatic and Remote-Controlled Power and Substations, bv Dr. M. Schleicher,
  • Use of Telemetering in Electricity Supply, by Dr. M. Schleicher, 505
  • Automatic. Stations and their Remote Supervision, by D. Lichtenberg and R. J. Wensley, 505
  • Swedish Automatic Hydro-Electric Plants, by C. Kiessling, 505
  • Automatic Hydro-Electric Stations in Australia, by H. D. Cook, 505
  • Remote Metering, hy F. H. Clough. 505
  • Electric Telemetering by Summation Meters, hy W. .lanicki, 505
  • Centralisation of Boiler Control, by M. Dessus, 505
  • Transmission of Energy:
  • Report of Discussion. 22
  • Control of Generating Station Loads and
  • Regulation of Frequency and Voltage on an Interconnected System, by J. M. Oliver, 347
  • British Grid System and Certain Technical and Economic Problems, by Sir A. Page and C. W. Marshall. 347
  • Control of Energy Flow in Simple and Multiple Interconnected Networks, by Dr. A. Menge, 347
  • Economics of Power Transmission, by C. Le G. Fortescue, 347
  • Problems of Long-Distance Energy Trans¬mission. hy Dr. R. Rfidenberg, 347
  • Economics of Alternating-Current Low- Voltage Automatic Network System, by H. Richter, 347
  • Mechanical Problems of Overhead Trans¬mission, by Prof. A. Rachel, 347
  • Power Transmission by Cables, hy Dr. W. Vogel, 347
  • Removal of Hoar Frost and Ice from Overhead Cables, hy J. Schlogl, 347
  • High-Tension Networks in Russia, hy Prof. N. T. Suschkin. 347
  • Gias? Insulators, by Prof. F. Niethammer, 347
  • I'esting of Porcelain Insulators, by Prof. P. A. Florensky and N. A. Tzere- vitinov, 347
  • 'Transmission Gear:
  • Economic Limits of Line Shafting, by Prof. Kammerer, 416
  • Power Transmission in Factories, by Prof. G. Schlesinger, 416
  • Power Transmission for Rail Vehicles, by Prof. F. Mcineke and Prof. G. Lomonossoff, 416
  • Power Transmission Gears for Locomo¬tives, by A. E. L. Chorlton, 416
  • Development of Oil-Engine Rail Motors in Hungary, by J. H. Schlesinger, 416
  • Progress in Spur-Gear Transmission ; The Ground Gear, by 11. F. L. Orcutt, 416
  • Power Transmission for Motor Vehicles, by Major E. G. E. Beaumont, 416
  • Turbines and Reciprocating Engines :
  • Report of Discussion, 49. See Letter, 140
  • Construction of Steam Engines in Switzer¬land, by Prof. A. Stodola, 187
  • Effect of Turbine-Operating Conditions on Steam Pressure, by W. R. Felix and W. G. Noak. 187
  • Development of Large Steam-Turbine Practice in the United States, by G. B. Warren, 187
  • Economic Application of Steam Turbines to Power Generation, hy Prof. A. G. Christie, 187
  • Use of Steam Turbines having Large Overload Capacities, by Sir C. A. Parsons and R. Dowson, 188
  • Design of Steam Turbines, by Dr. E. A. Kraft, 188
  • Steam Turbines, by Prof. F. Losel, 188
  • Regulation of Bleeder Turbines, by J. C. Milborn, 188
  • High-Pressure Reciprocating Engine, by A. Demmer, 188
  • Large Gas Engines and Gas Turbines, by Prof. P. Langer. 188
  • New Methods of Power Generation, by Dr. E. Koenemann, 188
  • Effect of Operating Reliability on Design of Steam Turbines, by Dr. A. Peucker, 695*
  • Economics of High-Pressure Steam, by G. A. Orrok, 25*
  • Non-Operative Turbo-Generators as an Immediately Available Power Re¬serve, by E. Brown, 245*, 279*
  • Water-Power Resources :
  • Tidal Power in the Argentine, by M. E. Piaggio, 570
  • Waikaremoana Power Development, by F. T. M. Kissel, 571
  • Storage Reservoirs in Canada, by O. Lefebvre, 571
  • Water-Power Regulations in Austria, hy F. Kiihnelt, 571
  • Effect of International Shipping on Power Development of the Danube, by C. Griinhut-Bartoletti, 571
  • Pumped-Storage Plants in Czechoslovakia, by V. Pavlousek, 571
  • Problems of Water Power in the Electro¬chemical Industry, by E. Svandc, 571
  • Water Turbines und Pumps :
  • Turbines and Pumping Plants in Italy, by G. Ucelli, 157
  • Methods of Evaluating Water Power in Italy, 157
  • Water-Power Development in Canada, by T. H. Hogg, 157
  • Supply of Water to Turbines, by II. Sdrhye, 157
  • Turbines with Fixed Guide and Movable Runner Blades, hy Dr. Thomann 157
  • Guide Apparatus with Adjustable Blades, by Dr. Lindner, 157
  • Lowering of the Gosau Lakes hy Floating Pumping Plant, by V. Nietsch, 157
  • Movement of Water and Detritus, by Dr. F. Schatfcrnak, 157
  • Progress in Swiss Hydro-Electric Power Plants, by Prof. E. Meyer-Peter and Prof. R. Dubs, 158
  • Ice Conditions in Hydro-Electric Power Plants, by A. Ekwall, 158
  • Comparing the Characteristics of Hy¬draulic Turbines, by C. Gorbtinotf. 158
  • Development of Water Power, Water Turbines, and Pumps, by B. E. White, 158
  • World Problems of Power Supply :
  • Motor Power Outfit of Labour and its Economic Efficiency, by Prof. M. Falkner-Smit., 216
  • Energy Problem in Industry, hy B. Wciz, 216
  • Electricity as an Index of Industrial Production and Employment, by II. Quigley 216
  • Heat Content of Hot Springs, by H. Meguscher, 216
  • Thermal Energy of Water in Arctic Re¬gions, by Dr. H. Barjot, 216
  • Protection of Power Plants during Strikes, by J. Fornoni, 216
  • Export of Electrical Energy from Norway to Germany, by B. Stuevold-Hansen, J. Kinck and A. Norstrand. 216
  • Research Relating to Power Development, hy C. F. Hirschfeld, 216
  • World Power Conferences Organisation of, 205, 401
  • World Problems of Power Supply, 216
  • Wreck Raising. See Salvage
  • Sec Accidents Wrought Iron. See Iron

X.

  • X-RAYS. See Hontgen Rays


Y

  • “ Y ” ALLOY, Mechanical Properties of. 341
  • Pressure Castings, Properties of. 345*
  • Use in Aeronautical Industry, 333
  • Yallourn, Victoria, 10,000-kw., Back-Pressure Steam Turbo-Generator, 699*, 761
  • Yaniaguchi, S., on Low-Temperature Carboni¬sation of Japanese Coal, 92
  • Yantlet, Isle of Grain, Gunfire Sounds from, 731*
  • Yarrow & Co., Ltd., Destroyers for Dutch Navy, 650 ; Flotilla Leader for Yugoslavia, 594
  • Year Books. See Literature Index
  • Yendo. Prof. M., Researches on Turbine Pumps, 591
  • Yokohama Technological College, Researches in Turbine Pumps, 591
  • York Street, Belfast, Flax-Spinning Mills, Electrification of, 23. 140
  • Y'orke, Lieut.-Col. Sir H. A., The Late, 782
  • Yugoslavia, Coal Production in, 92
  • Flotilla Leader for, 594
  • Natural Resources of, 271

Z

  • ZEOLITE Process of Water Softening, 218
  • Zeppelin Airships. See Airships under Aero¬nautics
  • Zimmerli, F. P., on Effect of Temperature on Spring Materials, 281
  • Zinc Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Crystal, Twinning Planes in, 118*
  • Prices. See Metal Price Diagrams
  • Zircon-Magnesia Refractories, Investigation of, 10
  • Zollikofer, H , on Swiss Gas Industry, 312
  • Zurich International Congress of Acetylene and Autogenous Welding, 78