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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1931 Jul-Dec: Index

  • AACHEN Technical Institute, Papers on Aerodynamics (Review). 130

Accidents :

  • Aeroplane Accident, Meopham, Investi¬gation, 142
  • Explosions, Boiler. See Boiler Explosions and Paragraph Index
  • Haulage Accidents in Coal Mines, Report, 243
  • Industrial Accidents, Home Office In¬spector’s Report, 231
  • Public Works Failures in Australia, 411
  • Railways, British, Accidents on, Ministry of Transport Report, 335
  • Shipping, Vessels Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 46, 136, 388, 641
  • Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Acheson, Dr. E. G., the Late, 51
  • Acoustical Problems of Broadcasting Studios, 442,505*,537*
  • Acoustics, Investigations at National Physical Laboratory, 261* (Review), 460
  • Aero Oil Engine, Ignition and Combustion in, 755*
  • Acton Lane Power Station, Turbovane Induced- Draught Fan, 307*
  • Adams, D., on Belfast Public Utility Services, 103
  • Adamson, J., the Late, 258
  • Adcock, F., on Chromium-Iron Constitutional Diagram, 457
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Admiralty. See Warships.
  • Adriatic Electricity Co., Port Marghera Power Station, 453*
  • A.E.C. Aero Engine Ignition and Combustion in, 755*
  • Aerial Propellers. See Propellers under Aero¬nautics
  • Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, Award of Prizes, 410 ; Wilbur Wright Lecture on Aircraft Production Methods, by G. L. Martin, 586 ; Safety in Spinning, by H. B. Irving and A. V. Stephens, 614

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodromes, Municipal, Progress with, 661
  • Aerodynamics, Collected Papers on (Review), 130
  • Department, National Physical Labora¬tory, Work of, 142*, 209*
  • Elementary Applied (Review), 753
  • Aeronautical Research Committee, Design of Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 428*.
  • See 142, 209*
  • Committee, Report, 1930-31, 660
  • Department, Imperial College of
  • Science, Syllabus, 417
  • Science and Naval Construction, 67
  • Aeroplane Models, Wind-Tunnel Experi¬ments, 19
  • Parasitic Resistances, Research, 660
  • Production at Baltimore, Maryland, 586
  • Pterodactyl (Westland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 152*
  • Spinning of, Researches, 614
  • Wing Flutter, National Physical Lab¬oratory Investigations, 142 — See also Seaplane (below)
  • Air Flow past Circular Disc, Investigations, 143*
  • Ministry, Report on Civil Aviation, 1930, 661
  • Park, Heston, Lamella Roof Construc¬tion, 41*
  • Photographs, Surveying from (Review),754
  • Transport, Progress of, 525. See 661
  • Aircraft Accidents, Investigations into, 142
  • British, Statistics, 661
  • Noise, National Physical Laboratory
  • Investigations, 261*, 661
  • Technique and Naval Construction, 67
  • Airship ** Akron,” United States, 215*
  • Hangar, Goodyear-Zeppelin Corpora¬tion, 216*
  • " R.100,” Sale of, 384
  • " R.101,” Tragedy oi (Review), 662
  • Civil Aviation, Progress of, Report, 1930, 661. See 525
  • Engines, Aeroplane, Researches on, 661
  • Airship “Akron,” Exhaust-Gas Con¬densing Equipment, 216*
  • Gliding, Progress of, 469
  • Helium Production in United States, 385
  • Imperial Airways, Ltd., Work in 1930, 661
  • Propeller, Aerial, for Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 429. See 209*
  • National Physical Laboratory In¬vestigations, 209*
  • Specification for Hubs, 97
  • Royal Aircraft Establishment, New Wind Tunnels, 470, 563*, 614
  • Scale Effect in Aeronautical Research, 428
  • Schneider Trophy Contest, 385*
  • Seaplanes, Racing, National Physical Lab¬oratory Investigations, 209
  • Racing, Vickers Supermarine Rolls- Royce, 385*
  • Spinning, Safety in, Researches on, 614
  • Tunnel at Royal Aircraft Establish¬ment, 565*, 614
  • Wind Tunnel, Compressed Air, at National Physical Laboratory, 428*, 470. See 142, 209*
  • Compressed-Air, at Washington, 429
  • New, at Royal Aircraft Establish¬ment, 470,563*, 614
  • Research, National Physical Labora¬tory, 142, 209*. See 428*, 470
  • Wing Flutter in Aeroplanes, Researches on, 564
  • See also Paragraph Index Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics Aeroto Fans for Cooling Electrical Machinery, 580*
  • Fans, at Olympia, 405
  • Forced-Draught Fan, 23*, 40, 83*
  • Age Hardening of Lead Alloys, 387
  • Ageew, N. W., on Gold-Copper Solid Solutions, 398
  • Ageing, Artificial, of Duralumin, Effects of, 396, 418*
  • Agricultural Developments in British Empire, 571
  • Exhibition, National, Hanover, 155*
  • Hall. See Exhibition
  • Machinery, Canadian, Development of, 458*
  • German, 155*
  • Testing Committee, Report, 202
  • Use on British Farms, 765
  • Motors. See Engines ; Motors; Tractors
  • Research in 1930, Report, 765
  • Show, Smithfield Club, 769
  • Society, Royal, Warwick Show, 31*, 84* ;
  • Report on Agricultural Research in 1930, 765 : Annual Report, 791
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture, Canadian, Combine and Wind- rower in, 711*
  • Use of Electric Light, 359
  • See also Irrigation and Paragraph Index Ailsa Craig Motor Co., Ltd., 20-30 h.p. Two-
  • Cylinder Oil Engine, 321*
  • Air-Cleaning Plant, Centrifugal Pipe-Casting
  • Plant (Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd.,), 96*
  • Compressor, Portable (Broom & Wade, Ltd.), 827*
  • Portable, Oil-Driven (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 693*
  • Portable Oil-Driven (Reavell & Co., Ltd.), 693*
  • Portable, Rotary (Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works), 741*
  • Rotary Direct-Driven (Swiss Locomotive Works), 406*
  • Three-Stage (Fullerton, Hodgart & Barclay, Ltd.), 430*
  • Three-Stage Turbo, Doncaster Collieries Association, 53*
  • Two-Crank, Single-Acting, and Hopper-Cooled Single-Stage (Reavell <fe Co., Ltd.),
  • 376*
  • Conditioning in Deep-Level Mines, 448*, 499
  • Dryer, Silica-Gel (Kestner Evaporator and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 101
  • Elector Installation, Monte Video Power Station, 751*
  • Flow past Circular Disc, Investigations, 143*
  • Injector, Variable-Blast, for Oil Engines, 755*
  • Ministry Laboratory, Experiments on Petrol Engines, 177*
  • Air-Pump. See Pump Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft. See Aeronautics
  • Airships. See Aeronautics
  • Aix-la-Chapelle. See Aachen
  • “ Akron,” United States Airship, 215*
  • Aladdin Industries, Ltd., Opening of Greenford Works, 568
  • Alberta Oil Fuel, Use on Canadian Pacific Railway, 229
  • Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd., Portable Purifier for Transformer Oil, 325*
  • Algeria, Developments in, 794
  • Alkali Works, 1930, Annual Report, 153
  • Alkins, W. E.,on Experiments in Wire Drawing, 323*. See 397
  • Allan, A. P., on Lighting of Seaside Resorts, 311
  • Allen, J., & Sons (Oxford), Ltd., Trench-Excavating Machine, 627*
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., 900-kw. Turbo-Generators, 563*
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs; and Paragraph Index
  • Alternating Current. See Electric Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo-Alternators
  • Altoona Locomotive Testing Plant, 88
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Castings, Unsoundness in, 382
  • Chromium-Molybdenum Steels, Hardening by Nitrogen, 475*, 485
  • Corrosion Products, Origin of Iron in, 441, 535*
  • Density after Prolonged Loading, 120
  • Flow and Fracture of, 56*, 120*
  • Aluminium Plant and Vessel Co., Ltd., Heat Exchanger, 74*
  • Resistance to Corrosion, Reasons for, 381
  • Single Crystal of, Investigations on, 99*
  • See also Metallurgy; Metal-Price Dia¬grams
  • America, Steam Research in, 143*, 518*, 550*, 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • American Building, New York, Underpinning of Foundations, 160
  • Cable Co., Investigations on Cold-Drawn Bridge Wires, 204*
  • Railway Association, Mechanical Division, Report on Rail Motor Cars, 287
  • Society for Testing Materials. See Testing See also United States
  • Ammonia Products from Gas Works, Report, 635
  • Amsterdam, World Social Economic Congress, 334
  • Analysis, Chemical, of Nickel-Chromium Steels, 225
  • Anderson, Boyes & Co., Ltd., Coal-Cutting Machines, 503
  • Andrew, Prof. J. H., on Equilibrium of Non- Metallic Systems, 457
  • Anglo-Persian Oil Co., Temperature Controller and Recorder, 407*
  • Angwin, Col. A. S., on Tolerances in Radio Communication, 673
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metal¬lurgy
  • Annuals and Reference Books, 59,122, 210, 403, 561, 584, 758, 796. See Literature Index
  • Anti-Friction Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Antimony Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Apparatus, Scientific, Exhibition, Royal
  • Society Conversazione, 19
  • Appointments. See Paragraph Index Aprons, Masonry, Percolation under, 528
  • Wall, Ferro-Concrete, Clarence Dock Power
  • Station, Liverpool, 65*
  • Arc. See Electric; Furnace; Welding Arch Bridge, Spandrel, Jinja, River Nile,
  • Uganda, 271*
  • Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects
  • Architectural Illumination, Engineering As¬pects of, 357
  • Architecture and Electric Lighting, 356
  • Argentine Transandine Railway, Metre-Gauge Rail Coach Chassis, 164*
  • Armco Iron. Diffusion of Tin into, 443
  • Phenomenon of Tensile Yield In, 295*. See 517
  • Armstrong-Saurer Commercial Vehicles, Ltd., 6-ton Motor Vehicle Chassis, 608*, 610
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 140-h.p. Seven-Cylinder Rotary Petrol Engine, 548
  • Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 404
  • Arnold Waveless Road Roller Co., Ltd., 14-ton Road Roller, 667*
  • Arnott, J., on Silicon as Alloying Element, 10
  • Arsenic Production in Canada, 197
  • Art Galleries, Daylight Illumination of, 310
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Howard Lectures on Diesel Engines, by H. R. Ricardo, 704*, 736*, 767. See Letter, 789
  • Arzens, R., on Laboratory and Foundry, 10
  • Ash Bunkers, Ferro-Concrete, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 307*
  • Handling Plant, Monte Video Power Sta¬tion, 601*
  • Ashbridge, N., on Acoustical Problems of Broadcasting Studios, 505*, 637*. See 442
  • Ashbury, J. S., on Hardening of Steel by Nitrogen, 475*. See 485
  • Asphalt Roads in United States, 59
  • Associated Equipment Co., Ltd., 45-h.p., 12- Ton Six-Wheeled Lorry, 576*
  • Association, British. See British Association
  • Engineering. See Institutions
  • Assouan Dam, Rust-Resisting Iron for, 225
  • Aston, Dr. F. W., on Unit of Atomic Weight, 734
  • Astronomical Observatory, Stockholm, Twin Visual and Photographic Refractor, 273*
  • Atherton, C., Life and Work of, 784
  • Atkinson, Li. B., on Work of Faraday, 416; on Mechanical Aspects of Electricity, 615
  • Atlantic Engine Co. (1920), Ltd., 70-h.p. Four- Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 321*
  • Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd., Air-Driven Centrifugal Pump, Grinding Machine, and Buffing Wheel, 695*
  • Atmos High-Pressure Boilers, 341*
  • Atmosphere, Circulation of Electricity through, 735
  • London, Effect on Corrosion Products, 441, 535*
  • Atmospheric Conditions in Fruit Storage, 646
  • Atomic Repulsion, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigations, 289
  • Weight, Unit of, 734
  • Aubert, M., Shutter-Weir on Upper Seine, 166
  • Augsburg-Niirnberg, Maschinenfabrik, A.-G.,
  • 70-b.h.p., Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 32; 100-ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 659*
  • Austin Motors, Ltd., Statistics on Motor In¬dustry, 617
  • Australia, Engineering Failures in Public Works, 411
  • Institution of Engineers, Engineering Failure
  • in Public Works, by H. H. Dare, 411
  • Melbourne, Locomotive Erecting and Re¬pair Shop, 22
  • New South Wales Shale-Oil Industry, Re¬port, 731
  • Paper Industry, Proposed Establishment, 15
  • Road Transport in, 158
  • Science House, Sydney, 14
  • Tunnel under River Yarra, 58
  • Austrian Ferro-Concrete Committee, Report on Ferro-Concrete Columns, 515*
  • Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., Oil Filters, 307
  • Auto-Truck, Swivelling-Hopper, Petrol-Driven (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding
  • Automatic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Signalling. See Signalling
  • Stokers. See Stokers
  • Telephone Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
  • Traffic Signals, 696*; Strowger-Hudd Train-Control System, 710; Bristol Automatic Telephone Exchanges, 724
  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of, Presi¬dential Address, by W. A. Tookey, on Internal-Combustion Engines, 468; An¬nual Dinner, 641
  • See Motor Cars
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine
  • Aveling & Porter, Ltd., 42-b.h.p. Oil Engine, 627*; 15-ton Oil-Driven Road Roller, 628*
  • Aveling, T. L., the Late, 502
  • Avery, W. & T., Ltd., Testing Machine for Insulators, 131*; 1,000,000-lb. Wire-
  • Rope Testing Machine, 421*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Avional D. See Duralumin
  • Axles, Motor Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Aylestone Dye Works, Failure of Steam- Heated Fabric Press, 184

B

  • B.A.L. Concrete Mixer (Rcavell <fc Co., Ltd.), 693*
  • Babcock <fc Wilcox, Ltd., Boiler Installation, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 245* ; Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102; Light-Weight Marine Boiler, 317* ; Boiler Installation, Monte Video Power Station, 599*, 751*
  • Bacteria, Reduction of Sodium Sulphite by, 103
  • Bacterial Digestion of Sludge, 616
  • Baggott, S. C., on Refuse Disposal at Lincoln, 669
  • Bailey-Jackson Strainers, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 428*
  • Baird & Tatlock (London), Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Balances, Electro-Magnetic, for Compressed- Air Wind Tunnel, 431*
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
  • Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Ballast Tamper, Pneumatic (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 693*
  • Baltimore, Aeroplane Production Methods at, 586
  • Experiments on Water-Gas Manufacture, 18
  • Bamfords, Ltd., Mowing Machine, 86*
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools Bank of America Building, New York, Under¬
  • pinning of Foundations, 250*
  • Banks, Sir E., Life and Work of, 559
  • Bannister, Prof. C. O., on Diffusion of Tin into Iron, 443
  • Barford <fc Perkins, Ltd., 19-cwt. Motor Roller, 33* ; 8-ton Oil-Driven Road Roller, 629*
  • Barium Oxide, Use in Glass Furnaces, 153
  • Barking Industrial Exhibition, 473
  • Barnsley Coal Seam, Report, 167
  • Barr, Prof. A., the Late, 205*
  • Barr Stroud, Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 325
  • Bates <fc Peard Furnace for Bright Annealing, 393*
  • Bath, Oil, for Thermometer Calibration (Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • Swimming, Redcar, Filtration Plant, 251
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • Batterium Metal (Tungstone Patent High- Pressure Casting Co.), 75
  • Battersea Power Station, Condensers, 452
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Beacon, Wireless Rotating, Port of Rangoon, 252 ; Orfordness, Report, 283
  • Beacham, T. E., Infinitely-Variable Friction Gear, 282*
  • Beardmore, W., & Co., Ltd., 360-h.p. Six- Cylinder Oil Engine, 318*
  • Bearing Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Pivot and Jewel, National Physical labora¬tory Investigations, 290*
  • White Metal, Alternating-Stress Tests, 99
  • Metal, Hardness Tests of, 6
  • Becker, Dr. M. L., on Fatigue Resistance of Spring Steels, 457. See 795
  • Belfast District, Geology and Hydrology of. 103
  • Meeting, British Waterworks Association.
  • See Waterworks Association, British Omnibus Station, Lamella Roof Construc¬tion, 42*
  • Public Utility Services, 103
  • Bell, Sir H., Bart., the Late, 19*
  • Belt Conveyors, See Conveyors
  • Bending Moment in Piled Retaining Walls, Calculation, 274*, 335*. See Letter, 678
  • Tests. See Tests (Materials) and Torsion, Combined, 249*
  • Bennis, E., <fe Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 378; Chain-Grate Stokers, Harrogate Power Station, 740*
  • Benson High-Pressure Boilers, 341
  • Bentham, Sir S., Work of, 782
  • Bergius Process, Investigations at Fuel Research Station, 291
  • Bermuda Railway, Petrol-Driven Carriages, 435*, 479*
  • Berridge, H. on Properties of Clay, 126,* 192* ; on Simple Mortar Tester, 597*
  • Berry, G., on Bio-Chemistry and Analysis of Sewage, 669
  • Berry, H.,<fc Co., Ltd., Plate-Joggling Machine, 393*
  • Berthiez, C., Etablissements, 40-ft. Boring and Turning Machine, 738*
  • Bi-Multi Reflectors for Road Lamps, 715
  • Bicentenary of H. Cavendish, 488
  • Biggs, H. C.,on Corrosion of Refractories, 762
  • Biles, Sir J. H., on Draught and Dimensions of Ships, 28*. See 21
  • Billingham-on-Tees, Coal Hydrogenation Plant, Results, 735
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Binder, Power-Driven (Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ltd.), 86*
  • Binnie, W. J. E., on Silent Valley Reservoir, 103
  • Bio-Chemistry and Analysis of Sewage, 669
  • Biological and Physical Sciences, Inter-Relationship, 51
  • Birks, F. M., on Waterless Gas-Holders, 668
  • Birmingham Education Committee, Report on Apprentices for Engineering Trades, 259
  • University, Cement and Concrete labora¬tory, 797*
  • Bismuth Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Thermal Conductivity of, 262
  • Bjdrklund, A., on Marine Steam Reciprocating Plants, 734
  • Black & Decker, Ltd., Duplex Buffer, 405
  • Blackstone & Co., Ltd., 40-h.p. Four-Cylinder Oil Engine, 370*
  • Blades, Turbine, Vibrations in, 541
  • Blancometer for Testing Whiteness (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 540*
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blocks, Cargo-Lifting, Ships’, Specification, 96
  • Rectangular, Apparatus for Testing Square¬ness, 289*
  • Board of Education, Report on Education for Engineering Industry, 260
  • of Trade Reports, Boiler Explosion In¬quiries, 152, 184, 493
  • Board of Trade. See also Overseas Trade Department
  • Boat Davit Gear, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 781*
  • Flying. See Seaplane under Jerottatdic*
  • Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Boerlage, G. I)., on Ignition Quality of Oil-Engine Fuels, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Boilers, Babcock <fe Wilcox, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 245*
  • Wilcox Marine Type, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 690*
  • & Wilcox, Monte Video Power Station, 600*, 751*
  • Drums, Forged, Manufacture of, 54*
  • Explosions, Home Office Inspector’s Report, 231
  • Inquiries, Board of Trade Reports, 152, 184, 493
  • Failures, Causes of, German Investigations, 241*, 267*
  • Feed Pump. Sec Pump
  • Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker Heating, Failures of, 184
  • High-Pressure, Atmos, 341*
  • Pressure, Benson, 341
  • Pressure, Failures of, 241*, 267*
  • Installation, Port Marghera Power Station, 453*
  • Locomotive, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 226*
  • Washing-Out Plant for, London and North Eastern Railway, 653*
  • See also Locomotive
  • Marine, Explosion in Trawler “ Ordie,” 152
  • Types for Atlantic Liners, 68, 89, 92
  • Operation (Review), 157. See Erratum, 228
  • Owners, German Association of, Report, 241*, 267*
  • for Power Stations, Development of, 739 Steel for, 241
  • Tubes, Failures of, Investigat ions, 241*, 267*
  • Waste-Heat (Spencer-Bonecourt, Ltd.), 104*
  • Water-Tube, Craddock, 92*
  • Tube, High-Pressure, Circulation in, 242, 268*
  • Tube, Marine (Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd.), 317*
  • Yarrow, Harrogate Power Station. 740*
  • See also Engines and Boilers in Paragraph, Index
  • Bolt and Nut Works, British Dardelet Thread- lock, Ltd., 535*
  • Bonderizing Rust-Proofing Process (Pyrene Co., Ltd.), 475*
  • Bone, W. L., the Late, 725
  • Books, New, Notes on, 151, 213, 300, 593,
  • 625. See Literature Index
  • Received, 14, 44, 76, 106, 136, 168, 198, 228,
  • 256, 284, 314, 360, 408, 494, 524, 610,
  • 640, 670, 730, 762, 790 Boring Machine. See Machine Tools Borough Polytechnic, London, Prospectus, 524
  • Bowes, N. S., on Small Sewage Works, 668
  • Bowmaker, E. J. C., on Use of Barium Oxide in Glass Furnaces, 153
  • Bradford Technical College, Prospectus, 106
  • Bragg, Sir W., on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Brakes, Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Braking, Regenerative, on Single-Phase Rail¬ways, 301*
  • Brammall, Dr. A., on Genesis of Ores, 757
  • Bramwell Trust Lecture on Power, 444. See 439, 470. See Letter, 561
  • Brass, Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • High-Strength. Failure of, 383, 508*
  • Naval, Sheet and Strip, Specification, 77
  • Brasseur, Major, on Heavy-Oil Engines and Turbines, 598
  • Braun, F., A.-G., Mass Production of Lathes, 186*
  • Brazilian Rubber Industry, 662
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breaker, Concrete, Pneumatic (Reaveil & Co., Ltd.), 693*
  • Stone, Kubit (F. Parker, Ltd.), 119
  • Breakwater, Valparaiso, Extension of, 770
  • Brenton, W., Ltd., Weed Cutter, 769
  • Brett’s Patent Lifter Co., Ltd., Forging Fur¬nace with Pulverised-Fuel Plant, 377*
  • Brick Fire. See Refractory Materials
  • Kilns, Mechanical Stokers for. Report, 474.
  • Brickmaking, Modern (Review), 157
  • Bridges, British, Construction and Mainten¬ance, 704
  • Charing Cross, London County Council Proposals, 111, 136
  • London, History of, 588
  • Operating, Shutter-Weir on Upper Seine, 166*
  • Rigid-Frame (Review), 339
  • Frame, for Motor Traffic, 795
  • Spandrel-Arch, Jinja, River Nile, Uganda, 271*
  • Statically-Indeterminate, Calculation of (Review), 574
  • Steel, Fifty Years Progress in. 305
  • Wires, Coid-Drawm Steel, Investigation on, 204* See also Paragraph Index
  • Brighton Power Station Extension, 609
  • Substation, 132-kv. Circuit-Breaker, 356
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Bristol, Automatic Telephone Installations, 724
  • University, Faculty of Engineering, Pros¬pectus, 76
  • British Aerotechnicai Co., Ltd., Faus for Cooling Electrical Machinery, 580*. See also 23*, 40, 83, 405

British Association, Centenary Meeting, London :

  • Preliminary Notes and Programmes, 197, 198,229,417
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 412
  • Presidential Address by General J. (’., Smuts, on Scientific World Picture of To-day, 413, See 497
  • Bicentenary of H. Cavendish, 488
  • Section G (Engineering):
  • Reports of Discussions, 440, 469, 499, 517
  • Visits and Excursions, 518
  • Presidential Address, by Sir J. A. Ewing* on Power 444. See 439, 470. See Letter, 561
  • Research on Faraday’s Steels and Alloys, by Sir R. Hadfleld, 440
  • Metals and Alloys in Relation to Engineer¬ing Progress, by Dr. Rosenhain, 440
  • Effect of Temperature on Physical Properties of Metals, by Prof. F. C. Lea,441
  • Origin of Iron in Corrosion Products due to London Atmosphere, by Prof. E. Wilson, 535*. See 441
  • Acoustical Problems of Broadcasting Studios, by N. Ashbridge, 505*, 537*. See 442
  • Motorless Flight, by Col. the Master of Sempill, 469
  • Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel at National Physical Laboratory, by E. R. Reif, 428*. See 470
  • New Wind Tunnels of Royal Aircraft Establishment, by R. M. Wood, 563*. See 470, 614
  • Engineers* Contributions to Canada’s Development, by Brig.-Gen. C. H. Mitchell, 457*, 486*. See 470.
  • Some London Tunnelling Problems, by H. H. Dalrymple-Hay, 470
  • Improving the Kata Conditions of Atmos¬pheric Air in Deep-Level Mines, by A. L. Egan,448*. See499
  • Pioneering in Electrical Engineering Half a Century Ago, by Prof. E. Thomson, 602. See 500
  • New Gas Industry, by Sir D. Milne-Watson, 594,621. See 500
  • Force Fits and Shrinkage Fits, by Prof. G. Coker, 500
  • Report on Earth Pressures, 501
  • Spark-Neglecting Commutation : New Principle in Large-Power Direct- Current Production, by Prof. .J. Hartmann, 654*, 742*. See 517
  • Report on Electrical Terms and Defini¬tions, 517
  • Report on Stresses in Overstrained Materials, 517
  • Hardness of Steel Tube along Certain “ Liiders ” or “ Piobert ” Lines, by Sir H. Fowler, 299*. See 517
  • Indentation Hardness of Test Pieces Resulting from Plastic Flow, by Sir H. Fowler, 420*. See 517
  • Upper and Lower Yield Points in Steel Exposed to Non-Uniform Distribution of Stress, by Prof. G. Cook, 343*. See 517. See Letters, 561, 590.
  • Plastic Strain in Relation to Fatigue in Mild Steel, by Prof. B. P. Haigli and T. S. Robertson, 389*. See 517
  • Phenomena of Tensile Yield in Mild Steel and Iron, by J. G. Docherty and
  • W. Thorne, 295*. See 517
  • Section A (Mathematical and Physical Sciences):
  • Programme, 198
  • Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, with Special Reference to Instruments, Discussion on. 706
  • Applications of Differential Geometry to Mechanics, by Prof. A. J. McConnell, 707
  • Unit of Atomic Weight, by Dr. F. W. Aston, 734
  • Circulation of Electricity through the Atmosphere, by Dr. F. Whipple, 735
  • Section B (Chemistry):
  • Faraday Centenary Exhibition, 229 British Fuel Problem, by Sir D. Milne-
  • Watson, Sir J. Cadman, and H. T. Tizard, 570. See 439. See Letter, 471
  • Section C (Geology):
  • Discussion on Genesis of Ores in Relation to Petrographic Processes, 757
  • Discussion on Genesis of Oil Pools in the Sedimentary Cycle, 757
  • Section E (Geography):
  • Soil Resources of the Empire, by Sir E. J. Russell, 571
  • Section U (Anthropology):
  • Early Evolution of Power Engineering, by H. P. Vowles, 571
  • Section K (Botany):
  • Wood-Preserving Exhibition, 198, 384
  • Discussion on Wood Preservation, 616
  • Railways as Consumers of Timber, by J. S. Corbett, 616
  • Section M (Agriculture):
  • Meat and Cold Storage, bv Dr. T. Moran, 645
  • Control of Atmospheric Conditions in Fruit Storage, by Dr. C. West and Dr. A. J. Smith, 646
  • British Broadcasting Corporation Studios,
  • Design of, 442, 505*, 537*
  • Cast-Iron Research Association, Work of, 9
  • Chemical Plant Manufacturers’ Association, Chemical Plant Exhibition, 74*, 100
  • British Dardelct Threadlock, Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 377 ; Works, 535
  • British Dominions Power Co. (Canada), Ltd.,
  • White Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 312
  • Electrical and Allied Industries Research
  • Association, Steam Table Conference, 707
  • Empire on a Business Basis, 585
  • Engineering Standards Association. See Engineering and Standards
  • Engineers’ Association, The National Crisis, by Prof. II. Clay, 412
  • Foundrymen, Institute of. See Foundrymen
  • Fuel Problem, British Association Sym¬posium, on 570. See 439. See Letter, 471
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Heavy-Duty
  • Spot-Welding Machine, 539*
  • British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., Swing-Hammer
  • Pulverising Machine, 346* ; Coal-Cutting Machines, 503
  • British Malaya, Economic Conditions in, 309
  • Manufacturing Methods, 617
  • British Mercedes-Benz, Ltd., Motor Refuse Vehicle, 173*
  • Navy. See H.M. under Warships
  • Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association,
  • Research on Lead and Lead Alloys, 381, 387 ; Spectrographic Researches, 397 ; Researches on Hot Galvanising Process, 479*
  • Railways. See Railways
  • British Separators, Ltd., Vickcen Oil Separator 867*
  • Standards Institution. See Engineering and Standards.
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby, Works, 52* ; 30,000-kw. Turbo-Generator, 52 ; Turbo-Compressor, 53* ; 50,000-kw. Turbo-Generator, 53 • ; 12,000-kw., 11,000- volt Three-Phase Alternators, 53*; 1,200-lb. Pressure Turbo-Alternator, 225; Electric Shunting Locomotive, 272*; Air-Break Contactors for Marine Motors, 404 ; Deluge-Proof Electric Motors, 404 ; 33-kv. Switchgear, 632*
  • Trade. See Trade
  • Waterworks Association. See Waterworks Association, British
  • Broadbent, R., <fc Son, Ltd., Stone Breaker,631
  • Broadbent, T., <ft Sons, Ltd., Centrifugal Slurry Separator, 101
  • Broad head, J. H., the Late, 252
  • Broadhempston Church, Failure of Heating Boiler, 184
  • Broeze, J. J., on Ignition Quality of Oil-Engine Fuels, 603, 687*. 755*
  • Broglie, Due de, on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Brookhirst Switchgear. Ltd., Drum-Type Con¬trol Panel. 366* ; Pneutrol Pump Con¬troller, 366*
  • Broom <fc Wade, Ltd., Portable Sleeve-Valve Air Compressor Set, 327*; Pneumatic Backfill Rammer, 665*
  • Brown, Bayley’s Steel Works, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Brown, J., & Co., Ltd., Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 430*. See 142, 209*, 470
  • Brown, Boveri & Co., Ltd., Electric Furnace for Bright-Annealing, 391*; Dehumidifica¬tion Machine for Mine Air, 449* ; 22,000
  • kv. a. and 36,000 kv.-a. Transformers, 455*; Mercury-Arc Rectifier, 622*; Developments in Mercury-A re Rectifiers and Valves, 727*, 773*
  • Brownsdon, Dr. H. W.. on Spectrographic Analysis of Metals and Alloys, 397
  • Brunel, Sir M. I., Work on Thames Tunnel, 588
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 12,500- kw. , Brush-Ljungstrom Turbine, 730
  • Biichi, A. J., on Diesel Engines with Forced Scavenging, 598*
  • Buckley, A. B., on Water Table below London and Northern Surrey, 234*
  • Bucyrus-Erie Co., 16-cub. yd. Balanced Strip¬ping Shovel, 771*
  • Buda Company (England), 180-b.h.p. Six- Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 27*
  • Budapest, Town Planning and Daylight Illumination in, 310
  • Butting Wheel, Pneumatic (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • Building Codes in United States, 305
  • and Factories, Lighting of, 356
  • Materials, Fire Resistance of, Standard Tests, 736
  • New York and Philadelphia, Underpinning of Foundations, 158*, 250*
  • Research Station, Report on Reinforced
  • Concrete, 181 ; Research on Steel Struc¬tures, 348*; Investigations on Earth Pressures, 501; Conference on Tests for Fire Resistance, 736
  • Use of Coke-Breeze Concrete, 668 Bulgaria, Trade of, Report, 551
  • Bunkers, Ash, Ferro-Concrete, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 307*
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
  • of Standards. See United States
  • Bums, G., Etfect of Molybdenum on Low Manganese Steel, 447*. See 443
  • Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd., 48-in. Open- Side Crank Planing Machine, 609*
  • Buxton, Safety in Mines Research Station, Experiments on Ignition of Firedamp by Coal-Cutter Picks, 223 ; Experiments on Self-Electrification of Coal Dust, 581

C

  • CABLES. See also Wire Ropes and Electric Cableway. See Wire Ropeway Cadman, Sir J., on British Fuel Problem, 570
  • Cagli, Prof. E..C., Port Marghera, Venice, 218*,
  • 395*, 453*. See Erratum, 257
  • Caissons, Ferro-Concrete, Port Marghera, 220
  • Calcium Chloride, Effect on Concrete, 384
  • Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation, Ltd., Tunnel under River Hooghly, 361 Calgary, Canada, Portable Mercury-Arc Recti¬fier Substation, 622*
  • Callendar, Prof. H. L., Thermodynamic Re¬searches of, 143*, 518*, 551*, 652, 684, 707*
  • Calorimetric Measurements in Steam Research, 518*, 550*
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Cambridge Works, 1*
  • Meeting, Institution of Mechanical Engi¬neers. See Mechanical Engineers, Insti¬tution of Meeting, International Commission on Illumination. See Illumination University, Education at, 71, 81
  • Campbell, J. M., on Lighting of Seaside Resorts, 311
  • Canada, Arsenic Production in, 197
  • and British Industry, 733. See Letter, 789
  • Cobalt Production in, 199
  • Combine and Windrower in, 711*
  • Development of, Engineers’ Contributions to, 457, 470, 486*
  • Electric Power Stations in, 838
  • Canada, Electric Power Supply in, 018
  • Calgary, Portable Mercury-Arc Rectifier Substation, 622*
  • Geodetic Survey, Nomograms for Survey Adjustments, 204
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Report, 631
  • Port Arthur, Grain Elevators, 459*
  • Canadian Department- of Mines, Wire-Rope Testing Machine, 421*
  • Meeting, Proposed, Institution of Mechani¬cal Engineers, 47, 044, 734
  • Mining Industry, 459
  • Pacific Railway, Use of Alberta Oil Fuel. 229;
  • Electric Welding of Battered Rail Ends, 452
  • Paper Industry, 459, 487*
  • Railways, National Importance, 457*, 480
  • Canal Construction in Canada, 480*
  • Port Marghera, Venice, 214)*
  • River Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 190*
  • Sardo, India, Design and Construction, 725
  • Suez, Reduction of Dues, 044
  • Welland, Canada, 480*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Cannon Iron Foundries, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge Capacity. See Electric
  • Capstan Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Carbon Monoxide, Combustion of, 645, 075
  • from Gas-Burning Appliances, 619
  • Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Car, Motor. See Motor Car
  • Carden-Lloyd Tractor Truck and Trailer (Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd.), 606*
  • Cardiff Enginering Exhibition, 709
  • Cardiograph, Portable (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 4*
  • Carey, 11. C.,on Modern Marine Machinery, 89. See 68, 92
  • Cargo Steamers. See Steamers
  • Carpmael, R., on Steel Railway Sleepers, 775*. See 767
  • Carriages, Railway, Breakage of Bogie Truck Frames, 264*
  • Chassis, Argentine Transandine Railway, 164*
  • Internal-Combustion Engine-Driven, 287
  • Motor, with Pneumatic Tyres, 294*
  • Motor Use in America, 287
  • Petrol-Driven, Bermuda Railway, 435*, 479*
  • Third-Class Sleeping, London and North Eastern Railway, 244*
  • Cartwright, W., on Experiments in Wire- Drawing, 423*. See 397
  • Cast Iron and Foundry Practice in Great Britain, 9
  • Linings for Tunnels, 471
  • Pan, Steam-Jacketed, Explosion of, 152
  • Pipes, Sand-Spun, Manufacture of, 93*
  • Pipes, Specification, 198
  • Research Association, British, Work of, 9 ; Report on Wear of Cast Iron, 388
  • Thermal Conductivity of, 10
  • Wear of, Report, 388
  • Castings, Aluminium, Unsoundness in, 382
  • Plant, Centrifugal, for Pipes (Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd.), 93*
  • for High-Temperature and High-Pressure Service, 10
  • Phosphor-Bronze, Specification, 608
  • Catalogues, 61, 92, 122, 153, 184, 214, 243, 272,
  • 300, 345, 452, 510, 568, 626, 716, 748, 778. See Paragraph Index
  • Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor Cattle Guard (Crossley Brothers, Ltd.), 33*
  • Can wood, J. D., on Use of Barium Oxide in Glass Furnaces, 153
  • Cavenish, H., Bicentenary of, 488 Cells. See Electric
  • Cement and Concrete Laboratory, Birmingham University, 797*
  • Effect of Calcium Chloride on, 384
  • Kilns, Rotary, Multiple-Bush Pyrometer, 63*
  • Portland, New Standard Specification, 674
  • See also Concrete and Paragraph Index Cementation Work on Severn Tunnel, 237*
  • See Heat-Treatment under Metallurgy Centenary of Clerk Maxwell, 469
  • Faraday, Celebrations, London, 197, 415
  • Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1876, Electric Generators at, 692
  • Central Station. See Power Station Centrifugal Casting Plant for Pipes (Staveley
  • Coal and Iron Co., Ltd.), 93*
  • Pumps. See Pumps
  • Ceramic Society (Refractory Materials Sec¬tion), Circulation in Tunnel Kilns and its Control, by S. R. Hind, 760; Silica Bricks for Coke Ovens, by P. B. Robinson, 761; Fluctuating Flow of Heat in Fur¬naces, by It. J. Sarjant, 761 ; Use of Unburnt Bricks for Linings of Induction Furnaces, by Dr. J. H. Chesters and W. J. Rees, 762 ; Corrosion of Refractories— A Quantitative Durability Test, by J. F. Hyslop and H. C. Biggs, 762
  • Cetene Equivalent Rating, Oil-Engine Fuels, 605
  • Chafer, J. W., Agricultural Dry Sprayer, 769
  • Chain-Track Tractor. See Tractor
  • Chains, Wrought-Iron, Failures of, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 99
  • “ Champlain,” S.S., 900-kw. Turbo-Generators 563*
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor Car Details
  • Channels and Kerbs, Concrete, Specification, 609
  • Charcoal, Use for Removal of Sulphur Com¬pounds from Water Gas, 221
  • Charing Cross Bridge, London County Council Proposals, 111, 136
  • Chaseside Motor Co., Ltd., Half-Cubic Yard Mechanical Shovel, 226*
  • Cliassls Side Members, Press for (Maschinen- fabrik Weingarten), 279*
  • Chelsea Polytechnic School of Metallurgy, Prospectus, 284
  • Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
  • Chemical Engineering, Elements of (Review), 266
  • Industry, Alkali Works, 1930, Report, 153
  • Society of, Chemical Plant Exhibition, 74*, 100* ; Jubilee Celebration, 80
  • Plant Exhibition, London, 74*, 100*
  • Technology of Steam-Raising Plant (Review), 236
  • Chemistry of Clay, 126
  • of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Unit of Atomic Weight, 734
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 2-10-4 Type
  • Freight Locomotives, 226*
  • Chesterfield, Sand-Spun Pipe Works, Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., 93*
  • Chesters, Dr. J. IL, on Unburnt Bricks for Furnace Linings, 762
  • Chicago, International Railway Fuel Associa¬tion Meeting, 107
  • Children’s Gallery, Science Museum, South Kensington, 767
  • Chile, Economic Conditions in, Report, 498
  • Chimney, Staybrite-Stcel, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • China, Railway Construction in, 193
  • Chromate Treatment for Protection of Mag¬nesium, 382, 771
  • Chromium-Molybdenum-Aluminium Steels,
  • Hardening by Nitrogen, 475*, 485
  • Plating, Hardness Tests of, 6
  • Church, Holy Trinity, New York, Under¬pinning of Foundations, 160*
  • Cinematograph. See Kinematograph Circular Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools Circulating Pumps. See Pumps.
  • Water Screening Plant, Monte Video
  • Power Station, 749*
  • Cisterns and Tanks, Specification, 565
  • Cities, Traffic and Growth of, 527
  • City Literary Evening Institute, London,
  • Prospectus, 360
  • of London College, Lectures on Iron and Steel, 256
  • Civil Aerial Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Engineering Design (Review), 722

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Presidential Address, by Sir C. Kirk¬patrick, on the Tidal Thames, 587
  • Treatment of Sludge by Bacterial Diges¬tion, by H. C. Whitehead and F. R. O’Shaughnessy, 616
  • Design and Construction of Sarda Canal, by Sir B. Darley, 725
  • Improvement of Port of Valparaiso and Extension of Breakwater, by W. F. Stanton, 770
  • Manchester and District Association :
  • Use of Photo-Theodolite, by J. Swar- brick 676
  • Civil Service, Royal Commission on, Report, 232
  • Clark, Lieut.-Col. E. K., on Humanity under the Hammer, 557
  • Clark, T. & C., <& Co., Ltd., Condenser for Chemicals, 102
  • Clarke, Chapman & Co., Ltd., Deck Machinery, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 781*
  • Clay, Prof. H., on the National Crisis, 412
  • Clay, Physical and Mechanical Properties of,
  • 126*,192*
  • Fire. See Refractory Materials
  • Clayton & Shuttleworth, Ltd., Combined Harvester and Thresher, 85*
  • Clean Coal Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Cleveland Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Dia¬grams
  • and the Northern Counties, Notes from,
  • 14, 44, 76, 106, 136, 168, 199, 229, 257, 285, 314, 361, 408, 436. 464, 494, 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 670, 700, 730, 762, 791. See Paragraph Index
  • Climate. See Meteorological
  • Clinch, W. N. C., Brighton Power Station, Extension, 609
  • Clinker, It. C., the Late, 193
  • Clocks, Electric, for Domestic Use (Ferranti, Ltd.), 796 (Review), 266
  • Cloth, Varnished, Specification, 176
  • Clutch, Friction, and Hydraulic Transmitter (J.M. Voith), 8*
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal, Barnsley Seam, Report, 167
  • Cutter Picks, Ignition of Firedamp by, Report, 223
  • Cutting Machines at Coal-Face Machinery Exhibition, 502
  • Machines, Tipped Picks in (Mayor & Coulson, Ltd.), 41
  • Dust, Self-Electrification of, 581
  • Face Machinery Exhibition, Sheffield, 502
  • Gas. See Gas
  • Handling Plant, Monte Video Power Station, 601*
  • Hydrogenation of, 291, 468, 735
  • Industry in Canada, 459
  • Position of, 570
  • Problems in, 643. Sec Letter, 678
  • Iron Pyrites in, Effect on Corrosion Pro¬ducts, 441, 535*
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of, 570, 737
  • Mine. See Colliery
  • and Oil from National Standpoint, 468
  • Powdered, Propagation of Combustion in, Report, 211
  • Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • Sampling and Analysis, Specification, 175
  • South Yorkshire, Grading of, Report, 796
  • Storage Plant, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 123*
  • Washing Plant (Dry Washers (Coal and Minerals), Ltd.), 709 See also Paragraph Index
  • Coalfields, South Yorkshire, Grading of Coal in, Report, 796
  • Cobalt Production in Canada, 199
  • Cochrane, J., & Sons, Ltd., Tunnel under River Hooghly, 361
  • Cocks, Indicator, Specification for Connections, 51
  • Coconut-Oil Industry, 481*
  • Cohesion, National Physical Laboratory Re¬searches, 289
  • Coke-Breeze Concrete, Use in Buildings, 668
  • Manufacture and Gas Industry, 500, 595
  • Oven Gas and Gas Industry, 500, 621, 643.
  • See Letter, 678
  • Silica Bricks for, 761
  • Research Committee, Northern, Report, 230
  • Sampling and Analysis, Specification, 175
  • Coker, Prof. E. G.,on Force Fits and Shrinkage Fits, 500
  • Coking, Low-Temperature, of Coal. See Co & Stoker. Sec Stoker
  • Cold Storage and Meat Supplies, 645
  • See also Refrigeration
  • College. See Education
  • Collieries, Battery and Cable-Reel Locomotives for, Report, 314
  • Coal-Face Machinery Exhibition, Sheffield, 503
  • Conveyor Troughing, Specification, 119
  • Haulage Accidents in, Report, 243
  • Ignition of Firedamp by Coal-Cutter Picks, Report, 223
  • of Firedamp by Explosives, Report, 748
  • Illumination for, 356
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Tests of
  • Inflammability of Mine Dusts, 43 ; Tests on Timber Pit Props, 804
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, Experi¬ments on, 211
  • Tub Wheels, Specification, 83
  • See also Mines and Coal
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloids in Feed Water, Effects of, 242
  • Colney Heath Wireless Receiving Station, Measurement of Radio Frequency Varia¬tions, 673
  • Colonial Exhibition, International, Paris, 794
  • Museum, International, Paris, Founding of, 794
  • Coloured Lamps, Photometry of, 310
  • Colquhoun, J. F., on Street Lighting Require¬ments, 311
  • Columbia University, Model Experiments on Frame Bridges, 795
  • Columns, Ferro-Concrete, Investigations on, Report, 515*
  • Concrete, Stress Distribution in, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 5*
  • New York Elevated Express Highway, 800*
  • Strength of, Investigations, 351
  • Combine and Windrower in Canada, 711
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials)
  • Combustion of Gases in Electric Discharges, 645, 675
  • and Ignition in Oil Engines, Researches on 603*, 687*, 704*, 736*, 755*
  • Products from Gas Appliances, Report, 619
  • Propagation in Powdered Coal, Report, 211
  • Standards of Gas Appliances, Report, 619
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in Paragraph Index
  • Commer Cars, Ltd., 22-6-h.p. 11-ton Motor Vehicle, 606*
  • Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics and Industrial Administration, Course in,
  • 256
  • Motor Cars. Sec Motor
  • Vehicle Exhibition, Olympia, 576*, 606*, 646*
  • Commission on Illumination, International, Cambridge Meeting. See Illumination, International Commission on Royal. See Royal Commission
  • Commonwealth. See Australia
  • Compagnie Gdndralc Transatlantique, S.S.
  • “Champlain,” 900-kw. Turbo-Generators, 563*
  • Compafna General de Obras Publicas S.A., Monte Video Power Station, 599*, 657*, 749*, 785*
  • Companies. See Paragraph Index Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Compressed-Air Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Compression Ratio in Internal-Combustion Engines, 177*, 706*
  • Compressor, Air. See ^lir Compressor Concrete Breaker, Pneumatic (Reavell & Co.,
  • Ltd.), 693*
  • and Cement Laboratory, Birmingham Uni¬versity, 797*
  • Coke-Breeze, Use in Buildings, 668
  • Creep under Load, 181
  • Effect of Calcium Chloride on, Report, 384
  • of Transporting from Central Mixing Plant, 592
  • Kerbs and Channels, Specification, 609
  • Mixer, 7/5-cub. ft. (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 667*
  • 7/5-cub. ft. (Liner Concrete Machinery Co.), 668*
  • 10/7-cub. ft. (Millars Machinery Co., Ltd.), 665*
  • 15A-cul). ft. (Stothert & Pitt, Ltd.), 663*
  • Paving Flag Stones, Standard Tests, 77
  • Placer, Portable (Ransomes & Rapier, Ltd.), 663*
  • Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete
  • for Walls, Port Marghera, Venice, 220*
  • Sec also Ferro-Concrete and Paragraph Index
  • Condensers, Air Pumps for. See Pumps, Air Clarence Dock Power Station ; Liverpool, 428*
  • for Chemicals (T. & C. Clark & Co., Ltd.), 102
  • Coolers and Evaporation (Review), 36
  • S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 690*
  • Surface, Battersea Power Station, 452
  • See also Electric
  • Condensing Plant, Monte Video Power Station, 599*, 749*
  • Steam, Heat Transfer in, 803*
  • Conductivity, Heat, of Steam and Water, Re¬searches on, 744*
  • of Cast-Iron, 10 See also Electric
  • Conference, International, on Public Cleansing, 141, 173*
  • International Steam Table, 707
  • Congress of General Mechanics, International,
  • Litfge. See Mechanics, General, Inter¬national Congress, Litge
  • Congress of Illumination, International, Gn at Britain. See Illumination Congress, Inter¬national, Great Britain
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport, bee
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport, Congress At Social Economic, World, Amsterdam, 334
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pulverised Coal
  • Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Co., Baltimore, Experiments on Water- Gas Manufacture, 18
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., Air- Driven Wrench, 405*; Pistol-Grip Air Drill, 405*
  • Constantine Technical College, Course in Foundry Technology, 493
  • Constitutional Diagram, Chromium-Iron, 457
  • Construction Materials, Tests of (Review), 35
  • Steel-Frame, Theory and Method (Review), 230
  • Steelwork (Review), 207
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Annual Report, 10
  • Contracts, 23, 44, 70, 100, 130, 108, 198, 228, 250, 284, 314, 300, 408, 430, 404, 494, 524, 552, 583, 010, 040, 070, 700, 730, 702, 790
  • Control Board, Boiler, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • Gallery, Port Marghera Power Station, 455*
  • Gear, Turbo-Electric Liner “Monarch of Bermuda,” 717*
  • Panel for Steel Plant (Igranic Electric Co., Ltd.), 709
  • Remote, for Marine Motors (Hyland, Ltd.), 547*
  • Room, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liver¬pool, 632*
  • Monte Video Power Station, 659*, 785*
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric Conversazione, Royal Society, 19
  • Conveyors, Belt, Coal, Monte Video Power Station, 601
  • Gath-Fisher Type (Glyn Engineering Works), 709
  • Coal, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liver¬pool, 123*
  • at Coal-Face Machinery Exhibition, 503
  • Portable (Parker, Winder & Achureh, Ltd.), 666*
  • Troughing, Colliery, Specification, 119
  • Cook, A. J., the Late, 591
  • Cook, Dr. M., on Testing Thin Strip of Copper and Copper Alloys, 398
  • Cook, Prof. G., on Yield Points in Steel, 343*. See 517. See Letters, 561, 590
  • Cooking Equipment, Electrical, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 782*
  • Coolers, Condensers and Evaporation (Review). 36
  • Milk (R. A. Lister A Co., Ltd.), 84*
  • Cooling Electrical Machinery, Fans for, 580*
  • Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • Cooper, B. S., on Theory of Opal Glasses, 311
  • Copenhagen Power Station, 36,000-kw. Turbo-Alternators, 639
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass; Bronze; Gun- metal ; and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Corrosion Products, Origin of Iron in, 441. 535*
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Strips, Thin, Testing of, 398
  • Wire, Ac., Furnaces for Bright Annealing,. 390*
  • See also Metallurgy
  • Copra Production Plant, 481*
  • Corbett, J. S., on Timber Consumption by Railways, 616
  • Corrosion of Aluminium, Investigations on, 99*‘
  • and Boiler Failures, 241*, 267
  • Magnesium Alloys Protection from, 382 77K
  • and Physical Properties of Materials (Review), 112
  • Products of Aluminium and Copper, Originor Iron in, 441, 535*
  • Relation of Thin Filins to, 381
  • of Tar Stills, 153
  • Tests of Refractories, 762
  • Steels for Boilers and Superheaters, 224
  • Couplings, Hydraulic, Vulcan-Sinclair, for
  • Fans, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 247*
  • Fottinger Hydraulic, with Clutch (J. M. Voith), 8*
  • Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., 38-7-h.p. Six- Cylinder Petrol Engine, 578*
  • Gas Works, Investigation of Liquor Efiluents, 635
  • Cowley Works, Pressed Steel Co. of Great Britain, Ltd., 239*
  • Cowlishaw, Walker A Co., Coal-Cutting Machines, 503
  • Cox A Danks, Ltd., Salvage of German Battle¬ship “ Prinz Regent Luitpold,” 96
  • Craddock Water-Tube Boiler of 1857, 92
  • Cranes, Cupola-Charging, Sand-Spun Pipe Works, Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd.. 93*
  • Design of Electric Motors for, 566*
  • Mast and Mobile, Petrol-Engined (R. H. Neal A Co., Ltd.), 694*
  • 30-cwt. Overhead Travelling (Pickering. Ltd.), 254*
  • 100-ton Overhead Travelling, Monte Video Power Station, 659*
  • Crawford, Dr. A., on Hydrogenation of Coal 735
  • Creep in Cold-Drawn Bridge Wires, 204*
  • of Concrete under Load, 181
  • in Nickel Steel, 270*
  • Phenomena in Aluminium. 56,120*
  • in Steel at High Temperatures, 203
  • Tests, Materials at High Temperatures,
  • National Physical Laboratory, 98, 224
  • Creosote, Use in Water Gas Production, Report, 636
  • Creosoting, History of (Review), 235
  • “Crescent,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 436
  • Critical Points, Metals. See Metallurgy Cromal, Aluminium-Chromium Alloy, Proper¬ties of, 16
  • Cromberg, Dr. O., on Production Economy in Iron and Steel Works, 484
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Cattle Guard, 33* ; 60-90 h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 371*
  • Croydon Corporation, 6,600-volt Feeder Switchboard, 354*
  • and District, Depletion of Chalk Water Supply. 234*
  • Crude Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil Cruisers. See Warships Crusher (Nordberg Manufacturing Co.), 606
  • Disc(Hadflelds, Ltd.), 631
  • Crystals, Single, Fatigue in, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 99*
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Microphtotraphs
  • Crystallisation of Steel Ingots, 484
  • Cullis, Prof. C. G., on Genesis of Ores, 757
  • Culverts, Ferro-Concrete, Monte Video Power Station, 749*
  • Cunningham, Dr. B., on Port Marghera, Venice, 218*, 395*, 453*. See Erratum, 257
  • Cunningham, W. H., on Hardening Steel by
  • Nitrogen, 475*. See 485
  • Cupolas, Foundry, Researches on, 9
  • at Sand-Spun Pipe Works, Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., 93*
  • Cut-Outs, Electric, Specification, 593
  • Cutlers’ Feast, Sheffield, Speeches at, 613
  • Cutters, Weed(W. Brenton, Ltd.), 769
  • “ Cygnet,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 436
  • Cylinders, Heat Transmission round, Investiga¬tions, 569*. Sec Lettbr, 749
  • Thick-Walled, Steel, Stresses at Yield Points, 343*, 517. See Letter, 561, 590
  • Czechoslovakia, Economic Conditions in, Report, 140

D

  • DAGENHAM Works, Ford Motor Co., Turbo-Generator, 52, 225
  • Daimler Co., Ltd., Motor-Omnibus Chassis with Poppet-Valve Engine, 647
  • Dalrymple-Hay, H. H., on London Tunnelling Problems, 470
  • Dam, Assouan, Rust-Resisting Iron for Reconstruction, 225
  • Great Lake, River Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 190*
  • Innertlial, Waggital Pumped-Storage Hydro- Electric Scheme, 292*
  • Daniels, E. J., Hot Galvanising Process, 497
  • Dare, H. H., on Engineering Failures in Australian Public Works, 411
  • Darley, Sir B., on Sarda Canal, 725
  • Davey Paxman & Co., Ltd., 300-h.p. Oil Engine with Welded Frame, 369
  • Davidson & Co., Ltd., Forced and Induced Draught Fans, Clarence Dock Power
  • Station, Liverpool, 247*
  • Davies, H., on Street Lighting and Transport, 669
  • Davis, H. N., Researches on Steam, 684*, 707
  • Dawson, Sir P., on Electric Power Supply, 793
  • Daylight Illumination of Art Galleries, 310 in Offices, Report, 272
  • Photo-Electric Measurements of, 310
  • Rules for, 310
  • and Town Planning, 310
  • De Wendel Coating Process, Steel Railway Sleepers, 776
  • Debye, Prof. P., on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Deflections and Stresses in Stayed Plates, 692
  • De-humidification of Air in Deep Mines, 448
  • Delft Research Laboratory, Investigations on Oil-Engine Fuels, 603*, 687*, 755* Denmark, Economic Conditions in, Report, 59
  • Dennis Brothers, Ltd., Motor Gulley Emptier and Flusher, 175 ; Convertible 550-gallon
  • Gully Emptier, 297*
  • Denny Scholarships, 709
  • Dental Investigation Committee, Investigation of Alloys of Silver and Mercury, 396
  • Destroyers. See Warships Detonation in Internal-Combustion Engines,
  • Elfect of Spark-Plug Position, 177*
  • Deutz Oil Engine, Ignition and Combustion in, 604, 755*
  • Developing Machine, Print (Ozalid Co., Ltd.), 505*. See Erralam, 533
  • Devey, A. E., on Efficiency of Steam Nozzles, 48
  • Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator
  • Metal-Price. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Dickinson, E. W., on Rural Electrification, 668, 793
  • Dickinson, H. W., on Jolliffe & Banks, Con¬tractors, 559
  • Dies, Wire-Drawing, for Non-Ferrous Metals, 397, 423, 624*
  • Diesel Engines. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Propulsion
  • Dieterici, C., Calorimetric Investigations of Water, 518*, 685*
  • Differential Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Diffusing Glasses, Properties of, 311
  • Digging Machine. See Excavating Machine
  • Dinnen, J., Inspector of Machinery, Life and Work of, 784
  • Directories. See Literature Index Diskon Gear, Ltd., Infinitely-Variable Friction
  • Gear, 282*
  • Dividing Scales, Apparatus for (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Docherty, J. G., on Tensile Yield in Steel and Iron, 295* See 517
  • Dock, Floating, for Falkland Islands, 424
  • Wellington Harbour, New Zealand, 150 ; Towage of, 552
  • Leith, ” Norfolk ” Spade for Discharging Slack Coal, 196*
  • London, History and Development of, 586
  • Road and Railway Lighting, 715*
  • Donaldson, Capt. J. M., on Electric Power
  • Supply, 555. Sea Erratum, 715
  • Doncaster Collieries Association, Turbo-Compressor, 53*
  • Door, Self-Sealing (G. K. S. Combustion Co., Ltd.), 76*
  • Dorman-Long Type Steel Railway Sleeper, 768, 777*
  • Dorman, W. H., Co., Ltd., 74-b.h.p., Four-Cylinder Oil Engine, 323* ; Inflnitciy-
  • Variable Speed Gear, 639*
  • Dorr Company, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Drag Scraper Plant, Underground (Sullivan Machinery Co.), 593*
  • Drain, Mole, Hud Sack Equipment, 155*
  • Drake «fe Pletcher, Ltd., Tree-Spraying Pump, 709
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd., Double-Relay Regulator for Small Pres¬sures, 331*
  • Dredging Operations, Port Marghcra, Venice, 220 of River Thames, 588
  • Drewry Car Co., Ltd., Rail Motor Coaches for Bermuda Railway, 435*, 479*
  • Drills and Drilling Machines. See Afac/une Tools
  • “ Druinotor,” Portablo Farm Motor (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 84*
  • Drums, Boiler, Forged, Manufacture of, 54* Dry Dock. Seo Dock
  • Dry Washers (Coal and Minerals), Ltd., 50-ton Dry-Washing Plant, 709
  • Dryer, Air, Silica-Gel (Kestner Evaporator and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 101
  • E. M. S. (Kestner Evaporator and Engineer¬ing Co., Ltd.), 100*
  • Drying Machine, Sand and Stone (Johnston Brothers), 030*
  • Plant, Copra (G. Scott & Son (London), Ltd.), 481*
  • Drysdale & Co., Ltd., High-Speed Steam Engine, 650*
  • Du Cros, W. <fc G., Ltd., Refuse-Collecting Vehicle, 174
  • Dudding, B. P., on Visual and Photo-Electric Measurements, 310
  • Dumanois, P., on Marine Internal-Combustion Engines, 90 ; on High-Speed Oil Engines, 597*
  • Dunham, K. 0., on Genesis of Ores, 757
  • Dunston Power Station, 50,000-kw. Turbo-Alternators, 638*
  • Durability Test for Refractories, 762
  • Duralumin, Heat Treatment and Ageing of, 390, 418*
  • Welded, Investigations of Defects in, 224
  • Dust, Coal, Self-Elcctrillcation of, Investiga¬tions, 581
  • Collecting Container Vehicle, Petrol-Driven (Shelvokc & Drewry, Ltd.), 029* See Errata, 670
  • See also Pulverised Coal
  • Flue, Modavc Extractor, Tests, 12*
  • Mine, Testing Inflammability of, 43
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo-Generators

E

  • EAGLE Engineering Co., Ltd., Refuse-Collect¬ing Vehicle, 174
  • Earth Pressures, British Association Report on, 501
  • “ Easilllt ” Pressure-Leaf Filter (Manlove, Alliott & Co., Ltd.), 102
  • East Africa, Railway Developments in, 271*
  • Mailing Research Station, Experimental Fruit Store, 150
  • Ebbw Vale Type Steel Railway Sleeper, 708, 777*
  • Economic Congress, World Social, 334
  • Control of Engineering and Manufacturing (Review) 721
  • Industrial. See Labour
  • Railway. See Railway
  • Economical Boiler-Washing Co., Ltd., Loco¬motive Boiler Washing Plant, 053*
  • Economisers, Green’s Tri-Tube, Harrogate Power Station, 740*
  • Edge, A. B., on Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, 706
  • Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt College Calendar, 552
  • Edison, T. A., the Late, 532

Education :

  • Birmingham Education Committee, Report on Apprentices for Engineering Trades, 259
  • Board of Education, Report on Education for Engineering Industry, 260
  • Borough Polytechnic, London, Prospectus, 524
  • Bradford Technical College, Prospectus, 100
  • Bristol University, Faculty of Engineering, Prospectus, 70
  • Cambridge as Place of Education, 71, 81
  • Chelsea Polytechnic School of Metal¬lurgy, Prospectus, 284
  • City Literary Evening Institute, London, Prospectus, 300
  • of London College, Lectures on Iron and Steel, 250
  • Committee on Education for Salesmanship, Report, 171
  • Constantine Technical College, Middles¬brough, Foundry Technology at, 493
  • Engineering Education at Cambridge, 72, 81
  • Gas Engineers, Education of, Report, 018
  • Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Insti¬tution of, Examinations for Graduates and Associate Members, 524
  • Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh, Calendar, 552
  • Highway Engineers, Institution of, Dip¬loma Examinations, 709
  • Imperial College of Science and Tech¬nology, Department of Aeronautics, Syllabus, 417
  • King’s College, London, Engineering at, 105, 493
  • Leicester College of Technology, Course in Industrial and Commercial Administration, 250
  • Liverpool Education Committee, Booklet on Merseyside Employments ; The Engineering Trades, 108
  • Lloyd’s Register Scholarships, 417
  • London County Council, Lectures for Teachers, Handbook, 284
  • London School of Economics, Department of Business Administration, 106
  • Manchester Municipal College of Tech¬nology, Prospectus, 417
  • Michigan College of Mining and Tech¬nology, Bulletin, 146
  • Municipal and County Engineers, Institu¬tion of, Diploma in Administration Examination, 790
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, Martcli, Parsons and Denny Scholarships, 709
  • Training in Prance and England, 26, 49
  • Artificer Apprentices, Training of, 675
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Scholarship Awards, 521
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute, Pros¬pectus, 314
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Calen¬dar, 360
  • Scientific Education of Engineers in Prance, 26, 49
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, syllabus and Handbook, 314; Opening of Session, 494
  • South Wales and Monmouthshire School of Mines, Calendar, 146
  • Technical Schools and Works, Need for Correlation between, 202
  • University College, London, Faculty of Engineering, Prospectus, 360 ; Calen¬dar, 493
  • of London, Lectures on Measurement of Light, 493
  • See also Paragraph Index Edwards, F. J., Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping
  • Exhibition, 376
  • Edwards, Prof. C. A., on Iron-Tin Alloys, 442
  • Egan, A. L., on Air-Conditioning in Deep-Level Mines, 448*. See 499
  • Eguchi, U., on Effect of Glare, 311
  • Egypt, Assouan Dam Reconstruction, Rust-Resisting Iron for, 225
  • Nile Delta Reclamation Scheme, Pumping Plant, 722*
  • Ehlinger, M., on Atmos Boilers, 341
  • Elasticity and Strength of Materials, 109

Electric:

  • Alternating Current, Production from Direct Current by Mercury-Arc Valve, 728, 773*
  • Alternator. Sec Generator and Turbo Arc Furnace. Sec Furnace, Electric — Welding. See Welding Capacitance, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 353
  • Cardiograph, Portable (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 4*
  • Cell, Hydrogen and Oxygen (International Electrolytic Plant Co.), 75*
  • Central Electricity Board, Opening of Tunbridge Wells Substation, 790
  • Stations. Sec Power Stations Circuits, Electric, Mutual Action, 615
  • Clocks, Electric, for Domestic Use (Fer¬ranti, Ltd.), 796 (Review), 266
  • Commutation, Mercury-Jet, 517, 654*, 742*
  • Cranes. See Cranes Cut-Outs, Specification, 598
  • Diesel-Electric Traction, 503, 523
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Generator Electric Currents in Atmosphere, 735 — Discharge, Combustion of Gases in, 645, 675
  • Traction (Review), 575
  • Electrical Engineering, Fundamental Theory of (Review), 36
  • Pioneering Fifty Years Ago, 500, 602
  • Machinery, Aeroto Axial-Flow Fans for Cooling, 580*
  • Terms and Definitions, British Associa¬tion Report on, 517
  • Theory, Pure and Applied, Relation between, 52
  • Electricity Board, Central, 132-kv. Circuit Breaker, 354* ; Progress of Work, 618
  • Commissioners’ Statistics of Fuel Con¬sumption and Units Generated, 110; Annual Report, 674
  • Department, National Physical Lab¬oratory, Work of, 352*, 413*
  • Mechanical Aspects of, 615
  • Modern Theory of, 615
  • Electro-Magnetic Induction, Discovery of, 347
  • Electrochemistry, Laboratory Manual of (Review), 662
  • Frequency-Changing by Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 728*
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Fuse, Switch, Pole-Mounting (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 798*
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo High-Voltage Laboratory, National Physi¬cal Laboratory, Work of, 352*
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. Sec Power Plants
  • Inductance, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 353
  • Induction Furnace. See Furnace
  • Motors. Sec Motors, Electric Insulating Materials, (Review), 753
  • Insulators, High-Voltage, Specification, 271
  • Testing Machine for (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 131*
  • Lamps, Electric, Coloured, Photometry of, 310
  • Effect of Improvements in, 19
  • Illumination by, 311
  • for Motor Vehicles, 357
  • Use on Farms, 357
  • Miners’, at Cardiff Engineering Exhibi¬tion, 709
  • Lighting, Electric, Early History of, 602
  • Load and Electric Power Supply, 19
  • Locomotives. Sec Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators; Motors; Turbo Mains-Supply Apparatus, Specification, 163
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifier Substations, Port¬able, 022♦
  • Rectifiers and Valves, Developments in 727*, 773*
  • Jet Commutation, 517, 054*, 742
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric Ohm, Absolute Determination of, 353
  • Oil Switch. See Switchgear Power Stations. See Power Stations — See Power
  • Prospecting Instruments, Electrical, Development of, 700
  • Pump, Electro-Magnetic, 742*
  • Pyrometer. See Pyrometer
  • Railways. See Railways
  • Rectifiers, Mercury-Arc, Developments in, 727*, 773*
  • Arc, Portable Substations, 022*
  • Research Association, British Electrical and Allied Industries, Steam Table Conferences, 707
  • Resistance Welding. See Welding Resistors and Resistance Standards,
  • National Physical Laboratory Investi¬gations, 352* z
  • R intgen Rays. See Rbntgen
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Single Phase. See Generators; Motors;
  • Power ; Locomotives; Railways
  • Spark-Neglecting Commutation, 517, 054*, 742*
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric Steel Manufacture. Sec Metallurgy ; and
  • Furnace, Electric
  • Street Railways. See Tramways Substation. See Substation Switchgear. See Switchgear ; Motors, Electric Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telephony. See Telephony Thermometer See Thermometer Three-Phase. See Generators ; Motors;
  • Power ; Locomotives ; Railway
  • Traction. See Locomotives, Electric ; Rail¬ways ; Tramways
  • Tramways. See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers Transverter, Highfleld-Calverley, 517, 743* Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators Valves, Mercury-Arc, Developments in, 727*, 773
  • Voltage Regulation by Mercury-A re Rectifiers, 728*
  • Welding. See Welding Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Wireless Telephony. See Telephony X-Rays. Sec Rontgen Rays See also Paragraph Index
  • Electric Street Apparatus Co., Multiplane
  • Reflectors for Road Lamps, 715*
  • Electrical Engineering, Fundamental Theory of (Review), 36
  • Pioneering Fifty Years Ago, 500, 602

Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Faraday Centenary Celebrations, 197, 415
  • Presidential Address, by Capt. J. M.
  • Donaldson, on Electric Power Supply, 555. Sec Erratum, 715
  • Proposed New Building, 557
  • Design of Distribution Systems in Rural
  • Areas, by E. W. Dickinson and H. W. Grimmitt, 793
  • Wireless Section ;
  • Chairman’s Inaugural Address on Tole¬rances in Radio Communication, by Col. A. S. Angwin, 673
  • Electrical Engineers, Supervising, Association of. See Supervising
  • Industry, Position of, 614. See Letter, 617
  • Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric
  • Electrochemistry, Laboratory Manual of (Review), 662
  • Electroflo Meters Co., Ltd., Boiler-Control
  • Board, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • Electrolysis, Faraday’s Work on, 348
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion Elevators, Grain, Port Arthur, Canada, 459* Ellis, E V.T.,on Hollow Forging, 54*
  • Ellison, G., Ltd., Pole-Mounting Switch Fuse, 798*
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd..Direct-Reading
  • Humidity Meter, 363* ; Split-Core Current Transformer, 363*
  • Embankments, River Thames, History of, 587
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Empire, British, on a Business Basis, 585
  • Soil Resources of, 571
  • Timber Growing in, 616
  • “ Empire Survey Review,” 81
  • Employment. See Labour
  • Enamelling Plant, Motor-Car Bodies (Pressed Steel Co. of Great Britain, Ltd.), 240
  • Endurance Tests. Sec Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • Compression-Ignition, Researches on Fuels, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor Ships
  • Gas and Oil, Foundations for (Review), 36 for Power Supply, 439, 444. See LETTER, 561
  • Heat (Review), 36
  • Heavy-oil, High-Speed, Experiments on, 597. See 467
  • Indicators. See Jndicators
  • Internal-Combustion, Experiments on De¬tonation and Spark-Plug Position, 177
  • Combustion, High-Speed, Performances of, 467. See 957
  • Combustion, Marine, Development, 96
  • Combustion, Marine, Reversing Gear for (J. 1. Thornycroft & Co., Ltd.), 462*
  • Combustion, and Power (Review), 721
  • Combustion, for Power Supply, 439, 444. See Letter, 561
  • Combustion, Researches on Ignition Quality of Fuels for, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Engines. Oil. 42-b.h.p. (Aveling & Porter, Ltd.), 628*
  • Diesel, with Forced Scavenging, 598*
  • Diesel 450-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Sulzer Brothers, Ltd.), 210*
  • Diesel, Fuel Testing in, 333
  • Diesel, High-Speed, Development of, 597, 704*, 736*, 767. See LETTER, 789
  • Diesel, Marine, Development of, 96
  • Diesel, Marine, 7,600-b.h.p., Eight-Cylinder, Double-Acting, Two-Stroke (Sulzer Brothers), 147*
  • Diesel, Marine, 160-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder and 75-b.h.p. Three-Cylinder (Petters, Ltd.), 212*
  • Diesel, Marine, Possibilities of, 767
  • Diesel Marine, 2,750-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder, M.S. “ Polyphemus,” Trials, 676*, 680*, 711*, 724*.’ Sec Errata, 725
  • Diesel, Marine, Torsional Vibration Frequencies, 22, 40
  • Diesel, Principles and Development of, 704*, 736*, 767. See Letter, 789
  • Diesel, Researches on Ignition Quality of Fuels for, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Diesel, for Road, Rail and Sea, 767
  • Diesel, 22-b.h.p. Two-Cylinder (Marshall, Sons & Co.), 31*
  • Diesel, Use in Warships, 25, 49
  • Diesel, Welded Frames for (Steel Barrel Co., Ltd.), 91*
  • Diesel. See also Motor Skips ; Marine Propulsion
  • 40-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Blackstone & Co., Ltd.), 370*
  • 74-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (W. H. Dorman & Co., Ltd.), 323*
  • and Gas Turbines Combined, 598*
  • High-Speed, Future of, 467
  • High-Speed, for Motor Vehicles, 576
  • Marine, Etliciency of, 528
  • Marine, 70-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Atlantic Engine Co. (1920), Ltd.), 321*
  • Marine, 180-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Buda Company, England), 27*
  • Marine, Sixth Report, Marine Oil-Engine Trials Committee, 676*, 680*, 711*, 724*. See Errata, 725
  • Motor Vehicle, 70-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (Tangyes, Ltd.), 694*
  • Motor Vehicle, 83-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Armstrong-Saurer Commercial Vehicles, Ltd.), 608*, 610
  • Motor Vehicle, 43-5-h.p. Six-Cylinder (L. Gardner & Sons, Ltd-), 577*
  • Motor Vehicle, 120-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Tangyes, Ltd.), 694*
  • Portable, 10-b.h.p. Two-Cylinder (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • Researches on Ignition Quality of Fuels, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • 7-h.p. Single-Cylinder Vertical (Petters, Ltd.), 34*
  • 360-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (W. Beardmore & Co., Ltd.), 318*
  • 60-90 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Crossley Brothers, Ltd.), 371*
  • 70-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 32
  • 70-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (M.A.N.), 32
  • 120-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder, Mirrlees-Ricardo Type (Mirrlees, Bickerton &, Ltd.), 320*
  • 150-h.p. Six-Cylinder (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 371*
  • 300-h.p. Six-Cylinder, with Welded Frame (Davey, Paxman & Co., Ltd.),369*
  • 200-b.h.p. Three-Cylinder (Tangyes, Ltd.), 372*
  • 20-30 h.p. Two-Cylinder (Ailsa Craig Motor Co., Ltd.), 321*
  • See also Tractors and Paragraph Index Petrol, Aeroplane. See -derowaidics Combustion in, 706
  • 55-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (Dennis Brothers Ltd.), 297*
  • 20-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Massey-Harris, Ltd.), 84
  • 75-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (Scammcll Lor¬ries, Ltd.), 401*
  • Marine, Remote Control Gear for (Hyland Ltd.), 547*
  • Marine, 18-36 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Morris Motors, Ltd.), 549. See Errata, 579
  • Marine, 120-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 180*
  • Motor Car, 9-8-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Hillman Motor Car Co., Ltd.), 529*
  • Motor Car, 8-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Morris Motors, Ltd.), 531*
  • Motor-Car, 9-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Stand¬ard Motor Car Co., Ltd.), 546*
  • Motor-Car, Rating of, 546
  • Motor-Car, 19-28-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Lagonda, Ltd.), 530*
  • Motor-Car, 15-18 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Lanchester Motor Co., Ltd.), 491*
  • Motor-Car, 12-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Wolseley Motors (1927), Ltd.), 492*
  • Motor-Lorry, 45-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Associated Equipment Co., Ltd.), 576*
  • Motor Omnibus, Six-Cylinder, with Pop¬pet-Valves (Daimler Co., Ltd.), 647*
  • Motor-Omnibus 107/250 h.p. 12-Cylinder (Henschel & Sohn, A. G.), 606*
  • Motor Vehicle, 38-7-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd.), 578*
  • Motor Vehicle, 22-6-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Commer Cars, Ltd.), 606*
  • Motor Vehicle, 43-5-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 648*
  • Motor Vehicle, 54-1-h.p. Six-Cylinder (J. 1. Thornycroft <fc Co., Ltd.), 646*
  • and Oil, Relative Advantages of, 467
  • 4-b.h.p. Opposed-Cylinder (Petters, Ltd.), 693*
  • Paraffin, Universal (Petters, Ltd.), 494*
  • Ricardo Variable-Compression, Experi¬ments on Detonation, Spark-Plug Position and Speed, 177*
  • 140-h.p. Seven-Cylinder Rotary, for Hydroglider (Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 548
  • 115-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Parsons Oil En¬gine Co., Ltd.), 435*
  • Engines, Petrol. Testa with Motor Spirits from Coal, 737
  • Tractor Truck, 21-6-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Viekers-Armstrongs, Ltd.), 006*
  • Whatmough Combustion Chamber, 578
  • Seo also Aeronautics ; Motor Cars
  • Steam, High-Speed, with Separate Steam and Exhaust Valves (Drysdale & Co., Ltd.),
  • 050*
  • Introduction into Royal Dockyards, 782
  • Marine, Efficiency of, 528
  • Marine, with Electric Steam Reheater, 734
  • Marine, 1,000-h.p. Triple-Expansion, with Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Generator, 734
  • Marine. Seo also Marine Propulsion; Turbines
  • for Power Supply, 439, 444. See Let¬ters, 501
  • Rotary Piston (A. G. Mumford, Ltd.), 375
  • Triple-Expansion, Failure of Steam Chest, 184
  • Uni How, Back-Pressure and Steam-Extraction (Review), 575
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Engineering Aspects of Architectural Illumina¬tion, 357
  • Chemical, Elements of (Review), 266
  • Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 5*, 97*
  • Education. See Education
  • Electrical, Pioneering Fifty Years ago, 500, 602
  • Exhibition, Cardilf, 709
  • Failures in Australian Public Works, 411
  • and Foundry Trades, Relationship, 10
  • Geology, Elements of (Review), 515
  • Industry, Policy for, 412
  • Reports on Education for, 259
  • and Manufacturing, Economic Control of (Review), 721
  • Mechanics (Review), 575
  • Pioneering, 703
  • Power, Early Evolution of, 571
  • Progress and Recovery, 733. See Letter, 789
  • Relation of Metals and Alloys to, 440
  • Reliability in, 498
  • and Science, 703
  • Shipping and Machinery Exhibition,
  • Olympia, 317*, 363*, 384, 404*. See 15
  • Societies. See Institutions
  • Standards Association, British, Specifica¬tions: Circular Saws for Wood, 14; Steel
  • Flanges for Pipes, Valves and Fittings, 16; Indicator-Cock Connections, 51; Tests for Concrete Paving Flag Stones, 77; Naval Brass and Phosphor-Bronze Sheet and Strip, 77 ; Colliery-Tub Wheels, 83 ; Ships’ Cargo-Lifting Blocks, 96; Air¬screw Hubs, 97 ; Tubular Traction Poles, 107 ; Colliery Conveyor Troughing, 119 ; Sampling and Analysis of Coal and Coke, 175; Mains Supply Apparatus, 163; Varnished Cloth, 176; Cast-Iron Pipes, 198 ; High-Voltage Insulators, 271; Street Lighting, 311; Water Cisterns and Tanks, 565 ; Electric Cut-Outs, 598 ; Phosphor- Bronze Castings, 608 ; Concrete Kerbs and Channels, 609; Portland Cement, 674; Steels for Railway Sleepers, 768, 776
  • Association, British, Change of Name to British Standards Institution, 735
  • Trades, Reports on Apprentices for, 259
  • Works. See Works
  • Engineers, Consulting. See Consulting En¬gineers Contributions to Canada’s Development, 457*, 470, 486*
  • Education. See Education
  • Institution of, Australia Engineering Failures
  • in Public Works, by H. H. Dare, 411 See Institutions
  • aud Metallurgists, Sheffield Society of. See Sheffield.
  • and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of,
  • James Watt Dinner, 499; Presidential
  • Address, by A. Gilchrist, on Efficiency of Marine Machinery, 528
  • England, First Century of Science in, 51
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 5,380-kv.-a. Turbo-Alternators, 191* ; 6,600-volt Feeder
  • Switchboard, 354* ; 132-kv. Circuit
  • Breaker, 354*; Mining-Type Liquid Controller, 709
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Sheffield, Research Laboratories, 683*
  • Engraver, Micro- (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • Equilibrium of Slag Systems, 457
  • Diagrams, Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • Est Railway, Motor-Driven Carriages with Pneumatic Tyres, 294*
  • Europe, Steam Research in, 143*, 518*, 550*,
  • 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Evans, U. R., on Films in Relation to Corro¬sion, 381
  • Evaporation, Condensers and Coolers (Review), 36
  • of Water, Researches on, 801*
  • Evaporator with External Heating System (G. Scott & Son (London), Ltd.), loi*
  • Forced-Circulation (G.Scott & Son (London), Ltd.), 101*
  • Monte Video Power Station, 753*
  • Submerged-Flame (Kestncr Evaporator and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 100*
  • Ewart, P., Life and Work of, 783
  • Ewing, Sir J. A., Work at Cambridge, 72 ; on Power, 444. See 439, 470. Seo Letter, 561
  • Excavating Machine 16-cub. yd. Balanced Stripping Shovel (Bucyrus-Eric Co.), 77
  • Trench (J. Allen «& Sons (Oxford), Ltd.), 627*
  • Excavator, A-cubic yard (Chasesidc Motor Co., Ltd.), 226*
  • cubic yard (Priestman Brothers, Ltd.), 630
  • cubic yard, with Skimmer Scoop (Ransomes & Rapier, Ltd.), 663*
  • l-cublc yard, Oil-Driven (Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd.), 665*
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine. See Turbine, Steam Exhibition, Agricultural, National, Hanover, 155*
  • Exhibition, Agricultural, Smithfield Club, 769
  • Coal-Face Machinery, Sheffield, 502
  • Centennial, Philadelphia, 1876, Electric Generators at, 602
  • Chemical Plant, London, 74*, 100*
  • Colonial, International, Paris, 794
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle, Olympia, 576*, 606*, 646*
  • Faraday Centenary, 197, 417
  • Industrial, Barking, 473
  • of Inventions, International, 490
  • " Model Engineer,” 335
  • Motor Car, Olympia, 491*, 529*, 546*. See Errata, 579
  • Palestine and Near East, 1932, 450
  • Public Cleansing, Olympia, 141, 173*
  • Works, Roads and Transport, Royal Agricultural Hall, 627*, 663*, 693*. See Errata, 670
  • Royal Agricultural Show, Warwick, 31*, 84*
  • Scientific Apparatus, Royal Society Con¬versazione, 19
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery,
  • Olympia, 317*, 363*, 384, 404*. See 15
  • Wood-Preserving, 198, 384
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Explosion, Boiler. See Boiler Explosion Explosives, Ignition of Firedamp by, Report,
  • 748
  • Export Trade. See Trade; and Industries in Paragraph Index
  • Extensometer, Steel Structure Research, 351
  • Extractor Plant, Chemical (G. Scott A Son, (London), Ltd.), 101*

F

  • FABRIC Press, Steam-Heated, Failure of, 184
  • Facliini, V., S. A., Motovariatore Variable-Speed Gear, 596*
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents Lighting of, 356
  • Management. See Works Management
  • and Workshops, Home Oilice Inspector’s Report. 231
  • Falkland Islands, Floating Dock for, 424
  • Fans, Forced and Induced Draught, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 247*
  • Acroto, Axial-Flow, for Cooling Electrical Machinery, 580*
  • Forced-Draught, 23*, 40, 83*
  • at Olympia Exhibition, 405
  • Axial-Flow Type, 23*
  • Induced-Draught, Turbovane (J. Howden & Co., Ltd.), 307*
  • Far East Rand Mine, Air-Dehumidifying Machine, 448*
  • Faraday Centenary Celebrations, 197, 415
  • Centenary Exhibition, 197, 417
  • Connection with Gas Industry, 594
  • Life of (Review), 338
  • and Work of, 347
  • Metallurgical Researches (Review), 697. See 440
  • Research on Steels and Alloys, 440. See 697
  • Tribute to (Review), 338
  • Farming, British, Need for Large-Scale Pro¬duction, 765
  • See also Agriculture ; Tractors
  • Farms, Electric Lighting on, 357
  • Farnborough, Royal Aircraft Establishment, New Wind Tunnels, 470, 563*, 614
  • Fatigue Tests of Metals. See Alternating Stress under Tests {Materials)
  • Faun-Werke, Combined Sprinkler-Sweeper and Collector, 173
  • Feed Heater for Atmos Boiler, 342
  • Monte Video Power Station, 752*
  • Heating System, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 425*
  • Pumps. See Pumps
  • Water, Effect of Colloids, 242
  • System, Monte Video Power Station, 751*
  • Use of Phosphate with, 242, 267
  • Treatment (Review), 266
  • Ferencz, E., on Precision of Photometry, 310
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 6,600-volt Round-Tank Circuit Breaker, 589*
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Electric Clocks, 796
  • Ferro-Concrete Apron Wall, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 65*
  • Ash Bunkers, Clarence Dock Tower Station, Liverpool, 307*
  • Bond and Shrinkage Stresses in, 181
  • Cable Tunnel, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 634*
  • Caissons, Port Marghera, Venice, 220*
  • Columns, Investigations on, 5*, 515*
  • Committee, Austrian, Report on Ferro¬ concrete Columns, 515*
  • Construction, Progress in United States, 306
  • Culverts, Monte Video Power Station, 749*
  • Gantry, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 123*
  • Structures, Treatise on (Reviow), 574
  • Viaduct, Port Marghera, Venice, 221*
  • Wharves, Port Marghera, 395*
  • Sec also Paragraph Index
  • Ferrous Sulphate, Oxidation of, 153
  • Fibres, Glass and Quartz, Manufacture of, 3
  • Field, J., Views on Naval Engineers, 189
  • Films, Thin, Relation to Corrosion, 381
  • Filter, Oil (Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd.), 367*
  • Paper-Disc (A. Gallenkamp & Co., Ltd.), 102
  • Portable, for Transformer Oil (Stream-Line Filter Co., Ltd.), 366*
  • Pressure-Leaf (Manlove, Alliott A Co., Ltd.), 102
  • Filtration Plant, Redcar Swimmings Baths, 251
  • Finch. Prof. G. I., on Combustion of Gases in Electric Discharge, 645, 675
  • Fire Resistance of Building Materials, Tests 736
  • Firebricks. See Refractory Materials
  • Firedamp, Ignition by Coal-Cutter Picks, Report, 232
  • by Explosives, Report, 748
  • Firth, T., and J. Brown, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102; Steel NItridng Process, 475*, 485
  • "Fisgard,” H.M.S. Artificer Apprentice Train¬ing Establishment, Closing of, 075
  • Flanges, Steam-Pipe, Mannheim 1,500-1b. Pressure Plant, 270*
  • Steel, for Pipes and Fittings, Specification, 10
  • Fleming, R., on Structural Engineering in United States, 304, 399
  • Fletcher, G. H., on Regenerative Operation on Tramways, 380
  • Floating Dock. See Dock
  • Floods, Thames, Precautions against, 587
  • Floor Construction, Progress in, 399
  • Flow, Air, past Circular Disc, Investigations, 143*
  • of Fluids Round Tubes, Heat Transmission by, 509*. See Letter, 740
  • Recorder, Ring-Balance (G. Kent, Ltd.), 400*
  • Flue-Dust Extractor, Modave, Tests, 12*
  • Gas Washing Plant, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • Fluids, Flow, Round Tubes, Heat Trans¬mission by, 509*. See Letter, 740
  • Friction, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 142*
  • Flying Boats. See Seaplanes under Aero¬nautics
  • Focusing Gear, Lucas, for Microscopes (Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Fogs, Water Content of, Determination, 202
  • Food Investigation Board, Annual Report, 149;
  • Researches at National Physical Labora¬tory, 202
  • Ford Motor Co., Dagenham Works, Turbo- Generator, 52, 225 ; Ring-Coiling Machine for River Rouge Plant, 450*
  • Forest Products Research Board, Report on Decay by Fungus of Sitka Spruce, 078
  • Forgings, Hollow, Manufacture of, 54*
  • Press. See Press uuder Machine Tools
  • Foster Instrument Co., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 370
  • Foster Quick-Closing Self-Sealing Door, 70
  • Fottinger Hydraulic Coupling with Clutch (J. M. Voith), 8*
  • Foundations, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 04*
  • Construction, Progress in, 399
  • for Gas and Oil Engines (Review), 36
  • New York Elevated Express Highway, 799*
  • Underpinning, New York Subway Construc¬tion, 158*, 250*
  • Foundry and Cast-Iron Practice in Great Britain, 9
  • and Engineering Trades, Relationship, 10
  • and Laboratory, Co-operation, 10
  • Sands, Researches on, 10
  • See also Castings ; Moulding
  • Foundryinen, British, Institute of, Annual Meeting, Cast-Iron and Foundry Practice in Great Britain, by J. G. Pearce, 9; Sands and Sand Testing, by Dr. J. G. A. Skerl, 10; Cast Materials for High- Temperature, High-Pressure Service, by L. W. Spring, 10; Thermal Conductivity of Cast Iron, by H. Thyssen, J. R. Mardchal and P. Ldnaerts, 10; Silicon as an Alloying Element, by J. Arnott, 10; Laboratory and Foundry, by R. Arzens, 10; Relation¬ship Between Engineering and Foundry’ Trades, by L. H. Pomeroy, 10
  • Fowler, E. A., on Equilibrium of Non-Metallic Systems 457
  • Fowler, J., & Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 6-7 ton Oil- Driven Motor Lorry, *32 ; Motor Gully Emptier andFlusher, 175* ; Road Scarifier, 667* ; 7/5-cubic ft. Concrete Mixer, 667*
  • Fowler, Sir H., on Hardness of Steel Tube, 299*. See 517; on Hardness of Test Pieces, 420*. See 517
  • Frame, Steel, Experimental, at Building Research Station, 348*
  • France, Artistic Lighting in, 356
  • Electric Power Supply’ in, 618, 796
  • Vitry-sur-Seine, Locomotive Testing Plant, 89
  • See also French
  • Francis, E. L., on Drawing of Non-Ferrous Wires, 622*. See 397
  • Turbines. See Turdiwes, Hydraulic
  • Francois, C., on Contemporary Naval Construc¬tion, 25. See 49
  • Francois Cementation Co., Grouting of Severn Tunnel, 237* ; Tunnelling Record, 591
  • French Colonies, Developments in, 794 See also France
  • Frictional Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Frost, Effect on Water Mains, 218
  • Froude Laboratory, Experiments on Single- Screw’ Ship Models, 50 ; Work of, 209 Friihling, H. G., on Daylight Illumination, 310
  • Fruit Preservation. Food Investigation Board Researches, 150
  • Storage, Atmospheric Conditions in, 646
  • Fuel, Institute of, Coal, Smokeless Fuel and Oil from National Standpoint, by Dr. W. R. Ormandy, 408, 468; Annual Dinner, 610 ; Selected Problems Relative to Coal Industry, by B. Pochobradsky, 643. See Letter, 678 ; Marine Recipro¬cating Steam Plants: Some Outstanding Factors of Economy, by A. Bjorklund, 734
  • Liquid. See Oil Fuel
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal.
  • See Coal, Love-Temperature Carbonisation Oil-Engine, Researches on Ignition Quality of, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Problem, British Association Sy’mposium
  • on, 570. See 439. See Letter, 471
  • National, 468
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Railway, International Association, Chicago Meeting, 107
  • Research Board, Report on Barnsley Coal
  • Seam, 167 ; Report on Sulphur Compounds in Water Gas and their Removal, 221 ; Report on Action of Hydrogen on Coal, 291
  • Station, Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 103 ; Report on Light Spirits from Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal, 737
  • Smokeless. See Coal, Loir-Temperature Carbonisation B 2
  • Fuel Testing in Diesel Engines, 333
  • See also Coal; Oil; Gas; Pulverised Coal rullerton, Hodgart & Barclay, Ltd., Air-
  • Coinpressing Plant for Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 430*. See 470
  • Fumes, Sulphurous, from Power Stations, Prevention of, 740
  • Fungus, Progressive Decay of Timber bv, 078
  • Furnace, Boiler (Turbine Furnace Co ‘ Ltd.), 318* See also Stoker
  • Electric, for Bright-Annealing, 383, 390*
  • Carburising and Heat-Treatment (Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 364* Forced Draught, (Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 364*
  • Pusher (Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 364
  • Forging, Pulverised-Fuel Fired (Brett’s Patent Lifter Co., Ltd.), 377*
  • Gas-Heated, Pyrometer Testing (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3
  • Gp? Thermocouples and Pyrometers for, Induction, Unburnt Bricks for Linings, 762
  • Industrial, Flow of Heat in, 761
  • Tank, Glass-Melting, Flow of Glass in, 153
  • Furness. Withy Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 650*, 689*, 717*, 779*
  • Fuse, Switch, Pole-Mounting (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 798*
  • Fuwa, K., on Selenium Kuby Glass, 357

G

  • GALLENKAMP, A., & Co., Ltd., Paper-Disc Filter, 102
  • Galvanising, Hot, Attack on Mild Steel, 479
  • Gantry, Ferro-Concrete, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 123*
  • Ganz 22,000 kv.-a. and 43,000 kv.-a. Alternators, 454* •
  • Gardner, L., & Sons, Ltd., 43-5-h.p., Six- Cylinder Oil Engine for Motor Vehicles, 577*
  • Oil Engine, Ignition and Combustion in, 604, 755*
  • Garner Motors, Ltd., 3-ton Motor-Vehicle Chassis, 648*
  • Garrett, R., & Sons, Ltd., 34-h.p. Oil Engine Tractor, 84* ; Refuse-Collecting Vehicle, 175 ; Rigid Six-Wheeled Steam Wagon, 608*
  • Garton, E., the Late, 726
  • Gas Appliances, Combustion Products from, Report, 619
  • Circulation in Tunnel Kilns, 760
  • Coke Oven. See Coke Oven
  • Combustion in Electric Discharges, 645, 675
  • Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • Engineers, Institution of, Autumn Research
  • Meeting: Report of Gas Education Com¬mittee, 618 ; Report of General Research Committee, 619 ; Reports of Joint Research Committee of Institution and Leeds University, 619, 636 ; Report on Com¬bustion Standards of Gas Appliances, 619 ; Report of Liquor Effluents and Ammonia Sub-Committee, 635 ; Report of Street- Lighting Committee, 635 ; Report on Influence of Inorganic Constituents in the Carbonisation and Gasification of Coal, 636 ; Report on Refractory Materials, 636
  • Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Flowing, Measurement of Temperature, 153
  • Flue, Washing Plant, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • and Gas Works. See also Paragraph Index Holders, Waterless, 668
  • Industry and Coal Problem, 570
  • and Coke Ovens, Co-ordination between,
  • 643. See Letter, 678
  • History and Development of, 500, 594, 621
  • Installations and Appliances (Review), 129
  • Gas Light and Coke Co., History of, 594 ;
  • Combustion Tests of Gas Appliances, 619
  • Lighting for Streets, Advantages, 636
  • Manufacture, Progress, 595, 621
  • Production, Effect of Oxides on, 636
  • Retorts, Hot Patching of, 636
  • Waste-Heat Recovery Plant, 104*
  • Sludge, Utilisation of, 617
  • Street Lighting by, in South London, 311
  • Town, Consumption of, 1929, 595
  • Valve, 72-in. Revolving (Westwood & Wrights, Ltd.), 639*
  • Water, Manufacture of, 18
  • Production of, Use of Creosote in, Report, 636
  • Removal of Sulphur Compounds, 221
  • Works, Liquor Effluents and Ammonia Products from, 635
  • See also Carbon Monoxide; Hydrogen ; Nitrogen; Oxygen, &c.
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Aero¬nautics
  • Gates, Sluice, Screening Chamber, Monte Video, Power Station, 749*
  • Gatineau River, Paugan Falls Ilydro-Electric Plant, 487*
  • Gauge, Dead-Weight, for Steam Research, 144*
  • Hot-Well, Pneumercator. (Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd.), 330*
  • Liquid-Level (Kelvin, Bottom ley & Baird, Ltd.), 279*
  • Measuring, Temperature of Adjustment for, 735
  • Testing, Work of National Physical Labora¬tory, 289*
  • Gear Boxes, Motor Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Differential. See Motor-Car Details
  • Inflnitely-Variable (Diskon Gear, Ltd.), 282*
  • Variable (W. H. Dorman & Co., Ltd.), 669*
  • Variable, Motovariatore (V. Fachini, S. A.), 596*
  • ’Reduction, Nile Delta Reclamation Scheme Pumping Plant, 722*
  • Reversing. See Reversing Gear
  • Steering. See Steering
  • Gear Teeth, Deflection under Load, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 6*
  • Transmission, Wilson-Drewry, 435*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propul¬sion
  • Gearing, Toothed, Early Evolution of, 571
  • General Electric Co., Ltd , Portable Farm Motor, 84* ; Testing Machine for Insu¬lators, 131* ; Vibration Laboratory at Erith Works, 542* ; Electrical Equipment, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 050*, 689* 717*, 779*
  • Generators, Electric, Aeroto Fan for Cooling, 580*
  • 12,000-kw., 11,000-volt Alternator, Shanan Hydro-Electric Plant, 53*
  • 25-kw. Booster Sets, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 781*
  • 18,750 kv.-a., Brighton Power Station, 609
  • 51,250-kw., Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 511*
  • Direct-Current, Commutation in, 635*
  • Early Development of, 602
  • 750-kw., Emergency, Monte Video Power Station, 659*
  • 45-kw., Emergency, Oil-Driven, S.S. ” Monarch of Bermuda,” 780*
  • The First, 347
  • 34,400 kv.-a., Ford Works, Dagenham, 225
  • 22,000 kv.-a., and 43,000 kv.-a., Port Marghera Power Station, 454*
  • Mechanical Forces on Conductors, 615
  • 25,000-kw., Monte Video Power Station, 657*
  • Progress in Design, 740
  • 50,000-kw., 36,000-kw., and 18,750-kw. (C. A. Parsons & Co., Ltd.), 638*
  • 5,830 kv.-a., River Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 191*
  • 72,000 kv.-a., Tests of, 168
  • Welding, Single-Operator (Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd.), 183*
  • 7,500-kw. and 750-kw., S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 650, 690*, 717*, 779* See also Turbo-Generators
  • Permanent-Magnet Exciter, Monte Video Power Station, 658*
  • Generating Station. See Power Station Geodetic Survey of Canada, Nomograms for
  • Survey Adjustments, 204
  • Geological Museum Building, South Kensing¬ton, Strain Measurements, 351
  • Geology of Belfast District, 103
  • Engineering, Elements of (Review), 515
  • of London District and Water Supply, 234*
  • of Orc Deposits and Oil Pools, 757
  • Geometry, Differential, Applications to Mecha¬nics, 707
  • Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, 706
  • Gerber’s Parabola, Application to Cast-Iron Shafts, 249*
  • Gerdts, G. F., Automatic Steam Trap, 342
  • German Agricultural Machinery, 155*
  • Association of Boiler Owners, Report, 241*, 267*
  • State Railways, Locomotive-Testing Plant, 88* ; Portable Mercury-Arc Rectifier
  • Substation, 622
  • Germany, Electric Power Supply in, 618
  • Gas Industry in, 621
  • Steam Research in, 144*, 518*, 550*, 651, 684, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • Gestra Steam Trap, 342
  • Gilbert, W., on Multiple-Bush Hot Air and Gas Pyrometer, 63*
  • Gilchrist, A., on Efficiency of Marine Machinery, 528
  • Gilford Motor Co., Ltd., Motor Omnibus, 648
  • Gill Axial-Flow Pumps (Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd.), 723
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 377
  • G.K.N. Type Steel Railway Sleeper, 767, 777
  • G.K.S. Combustion Co., ‘ Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 76*
  • Glands, Radial-Clearance Type, 25,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 657*
  • Glare, Effect of, 311.
  • Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 414*
  • Glasgow Royal Technical College, Calendar, 360
  • Subway, Wire Rope for, 625*
  • University, Investigations on Heat Trans¬mission round Tubes, 569*. See Letter, 740
  • Glass, Diffusing, Properties of, 311
  • Fibres, Manufacture of, 3
  • Flow of, Investigations Using Barium Oxide, 153
  • Furnaces, Temperature Measurements, 153
  • Houses, Use of Electric Light in, 357
  • Opal, Theory of, 311
  • Selenium Ruby, 357
  • Technology, Society of, Sheffield Meeting :
  • Comparison of Thermocouples and Pyro¬meters for Measurement of Temperature of Flowing Gases in Glass Furnaces, by M. Parkin and F. Winks, 153 ; Measure¬ment of Temperatures of Gases in Glass- Melting Furnace, by Dr. J. H. Partridge and A. C. Jeff kins, 153 ; Investigation of Flow of Glass in Tank Furnaces by Use of Barium Oxide, by E. .1. C. Bowmaker and J. 1) .Cauwood, 153
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., Oil Engines at Shipping Exhibition, 323
  • Glyn Engineering Works, Gath-Fisher 'Type Belt Conveyor, 709
  • Gold Mines, South African, Air-Conditioning in, 448*, 499
  • Gbler, von, on Combined Lighting Systems, 311
  • Gooch, G., the Lae, 551 Goodrich, S., Life and Work of, 783
  • Goodwin, Barsby <fc Co., Ltd., 12-in. by 6-in. Stone Breaker, 631. See Errata, O/'O Goodyear Zeppelin Corporation, Airship “ Akron,” 215*
  • Gottingen, Wind Tunnel at, 470, 564
  • Government Economies and Organisation, 379,
  • National, and Empire Development, 585
  • Policy and Manufacturers, 613. See Letter, 617
  • Governor Gear, 25,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 657*
  • Governor Gear, Turbine, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 719*
  • Grab, Sand, Single-Chain (Priestnian Bros., Ltd.), 630*
  • G radiometers, Gravity, for Geophysical Pros¬pecting, 706
  • Grain Elevators, Port Arthur, Canada, 459
  • Grant, R. J., on Design of Piled Retaining Walls, 274*, 335*. See Letter, 678 Granulator, Stone (Hadfields, Ltd.), 631
  • Grates. See Furnace ; Stoker Gravel-Washing Plant, Thorpe Gravel Pits, Ltd., 222*
  • Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Gravity Gradioineters for Geophysical Pros¬pecting, 706
  • Great Britain, Electric Power Supply in, 618
  • International Illumination Congress.
  • See IUuminaion Congress, International. Great Britain
  • Foundry and Cast-Iron Practice in, 9
  • Need for Locomotive-Testing Plant, 79, 82, 89
  • Lake Dam, River Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 190*
  • War, History of, Naval Operations, vol. (Review), 514
  • Western Railway, Locomotive-Testing
  • Plant, 79, 88; Tank Milk Wagon, 617* ;
  • Use of Steel Sleepers, 768, 777*
  • Greathead Shield for Tunnelling in London, 470
  • Green, E., & Son, Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 405 ; Tri-Tube Economisers,
  • Harrogate Power Station, 740*
  • Greenford, Works of Aladdin Industries, Ltd., 568
  • Greenwich, Royal Naval College, Investigations on Iron and Steel, 295*. See 517
  • Greenwood & Batley, Ltd., 600-ton Hydraulic Press, 433* ; Circular Shaping Machine, 638*
  • Gresley, H. N., on Locomotive Experimental Stations, 88*. See 79, 82 ; Converted
  • 4-6-2 Type Tank Locomotives, 208* :
  • Third-Class Sleeping Carriage, London & North Eastern Railway, 244*
  • Griffith, P., Guildford Waterworks Extension. 132
  • Griffiths, W. T., on Nickel-Copper Alloys, 382
  • Grimmitt, H. W., on Rural Electrification, 793
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools Mills, Copra (Rose, Downs & Thompson, Ltd.), 481*
  • Grit-Catchers, Pneuconex, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • Gritting Attachment, Road (Tuke and Bell, Ltd.), 631*
  • Machine, Road (Johnstone Bros.), 630
  • Grouting of Severn Tunnel, 237*
  • Grubb, Sir H., the Late, 403
  • Grubb, Sir H., Parsons & Co., Twin Visual and
  • Photographic Refractor, Stockholm Ob¬servatory, 273*
  • Griinewald Electric Furnace for Bright Annealing, 391*
  • Locomotive Testing Plant, 88*
  • Guest, Keen <fe Nettlefolds-Tvpe Steel Railway Sleeper, 777*
  • Guildford Waterworks Extensions, 132
  • Gully Emptier, 550-gallon Convertible (Dennis Bros., Ltd.), 297*
  • and Flusher, Motor (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 175* ; (Dennis Bros. Ltd.),
  • 175
  • Glimmers, Ltd., Double-Seated Stop Valve, 508*
  • Guy, H. L., on Technical Education and Indus¬try, 201
  • Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., Centrifugal Pump for Acids, 75
  • Gyro-Horizon (Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd.). 322*

H

H.

  • HA AN, H. von, on World Economics, 334
  • Hack-Sawing Machine. Sec Machine Tools
  • Hadfields, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102 ; Stone Granulator, 631* ; Disc Crusher, 631
  • Hadfield, Sir It., on Faraday’s Steels and Alloys, 440. See 697
  • Haigh, Prof. B. P., on Fatigue in Mild Steel, 389*. See 517
  • Hall Engineering Co., Ltd., Rail Grinder, 452
  • Hall, H., the Late, 612
  • Hammers. Sec Machine Tools
  • Hancock <fe Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Oxygen-Jet Cutting Machines, 378
  • Hangar, Airship, Goodyear Zeppelin Corpora¬tion, 216*
  • Hankins, Dr. G. A., on Fatigue Resistance of Spring Steels, 457. See 795
  • Hanover Agricultural Exhibition, 155
  • Hanson, Prof. D., on Deformation of Metals, 56*, 120* ; on Aluminium Sand Castings, 382
  • Harbour, Petroleum, Port Marghera, Venice, Valparaiso, Improvement of, 770
  • Wellington, N.Z., Floating Dock, 150;
  • Towage of Dock, 552
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Hardening Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Hardy Motors, Ltd., Metre-Gauge Rail Coach Chassis, 164*
  • Hardypick, Ltd., Coal-Cutting Machines, 503
  • Harrison, Dr. J. V., on Genesis of Oil Pools, 758
  • Harrison. R., on Influence of Silicon on Nickel Steel, 450*. See 443
  • Harrogate Power Station, Yarrow Boilers, 740
  • Hartley, J. J., on Geology and Hydrology of Belfast District, 103
  • Hartmann, Prof. J., on Spark-Neglecting Commutation, 654*, 742*. See 517
  • Harvester and Thresher, Combined (Clayton «fc Shuttleworth, Ltd.), 85*
  • Haslam <fe Stretton, Ltd., Portable Electric Vulcaniser, 709
  • Haughton, Dr. J. L., on Transformation in Gold-Copper Alloys, 398
  • Haulage Accidents in Coal Mines, Report, 243
  • HavliCek’s Steam Research Work, 146* 551*, 707*
  • Hawkslcy Lecture on Mechanical Aspects of Electricity, 615
  • Hay Conveyors, Pneumatic, 155
  • Heat Conductivity of Steam and Water Research, 744*
  • Engines. See Engines; Turbines ; Aeronautics Exchanger (Aluminium Plant and Vessel Co., Ltd.), 74*
  • Flow in Industrial Furnaces, 761
  • Investigations at National Physical Labora¬tory, 202
  • Radiation of Superheated Steam, Research. 745*
  • Specific. See Specific lleat
  • Transmission in Atmos Boiler. 342
  • Bound Tubes, Investigations, 569*. See Letter, 740
  • Through Water and Superheated Steam, Research, 800*
  • Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy Unit, International, 233
  • Waste. Sec IPatfe Heat
  • Heater, Feed-Water. See Feetf-H’cder Heater Oil, Manufacture of, 568
  • Heating Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of,
  • Examinations for Graduates and Associate Members, 524
  • Heaviside Layer, Potential of. 735
  • Heddernheim Electric Furnace for Bright- Annealing, 390*
  • Hedge-Trimming Machine (Stevens Implements, Ltd.), 769
  • Hele-Shaw, Dr. H. S., Infinitely-Variable Friction Gear, 282*
  • Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Helium Production in the United States, 385
  • Hell Gate Power Station, 70,000 kv.-a. Trans¬former, 740
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Henleys (1928), Ltd., Heston Air Park. Lamella Roof Construction, 41*
  • Henning’s Research on Latent Heat of Steam, 520*, 708*
  • Henschel A Sohn A.-G., 107/250-h.p. Six- Wheeled Motor Omnibus Chassis, 606*
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Modavc Flue-Dust Extractor Tests, 12* ; Vertical Milling Machine, 69* ; Atritor Pulverisers, Clarence Dock Power Station, 245* ; Pulverised-Fuel Plant for Forging Furnace, 377* ; Combinaton Turret Lathe, 488*
  • Herbert, E. G., Ltd*, Governor Feed Gear for Hack-Sawing Machines, 461*
  • Herdeckc Hydro-Electric Plant, Hydraulic Transmitter and Clutch. 8*
  • Heriot-Watt College, Sir F. G. Ogilvie Memorial Fund, 40 ; Calendar, 552
  • Herry, L., on Benson Boilers, 341
  • Heston Air Park, Lamella Roof Construction, 41*
  • Hibberd, F. C., A Co., Ltd., 10-h.p. Oil-Driven Locomotive, 663*
  • Hick, Hargreaves A Co., Ltd., Bailey-Jackson Strainers, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 428*
  • High-Speed Steel. Sec Steel
  • Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Highfleld, J. S., on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Highway Engineers, Institution of, Diploma Examinations, 709
  • Express, Elevated, New York, 799* See also Roads
  • Hilger, A., Ltd., Blancometer for Testing Whiteness, 540* ; Workshop Spectroscope for Steel Examination, 746*
  • Hill, H. P., on Silent Valley Reservoir, 103
  • Hille-Werke A.-G., Drilling Machine with Hydraulic Feed, 373*
  • Hillman Motor Car Co., Ltd., 98-h.p. Four- Cylinder Motor Car, 529*
  • Hind, S. R.,on Circulation in Tunnel Kilns. 760
  • Hirayama, T., on Daylight Illumination of Art Galleries, 310
  • Hisano, K., on Photo-Electric Measurements of Daylight Illumination, 310
  • History of Great War, Naval Operations, vol. v (Review), 514
  • of Hammers, 557
  • of Naval and Marine Engineering, 188, 782
  • of Power Engineering, 571
  • and Science, 11, 17
  • of Science and Technology, International Congress, London : Opening Proceedings, 10; Presidential Address, by Dr. C. Singer, on the Beginnings of Science, 10; Science as Part of General Historical Study, 11; First Century of Science in England, by Dr. C. Singer, 51; Inter- Relationships of Physical and Biological Sciences, 51 ; Interdependence of Pure and Applied Science, 52 ; Visits and Excursions, 52. See 17
  • H.M.SS. See under Warships Hodkinson,B., on Elficiencyof Steam Nozzles, 48 Hochn, E.,on Frontal and Lateral Welds, 115
  • Hoists, Electric and Pneumatic, Self-Sustain¬ing (Matterson, Ltd.), 312*
  • Portable, 12-cwt. Petrol-Driven (Winget, Ltd.), 630* Sec also Cranes
  • Holes and Shafts, Force Fits and Shrinkage Fits, 500
  • Holland, B., A Co., Exhibits at Shipping Exhi¬bition, 406*
  • Holland, Delft Research Laboratory, Investi¬gations on Oil-Engine Fuels. 603*, 687*. 755* Trade of, 176
  • Boilings A Guest, Ltd., Hydraulic Straighten¬ing Press, 118*
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., Portable Air-Compress¬ing Set, 693*, Pneumatic Ballast Tamper, 693* ; Drill-Sharpening Machine, 693
  • Holmes, J. 11., A Co., Ltd., Ozalid Developing Machine, 505*. Sec Erratum, 533 ; Alter¬nating-Current Commutator Motors, 559*
  • Holmes, W. (’., A Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Chemi¬cal Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Holt, A., A Co., M.S. “ Polyphemus,” 676* 680*, 711*, 724*. See Errata, 725
  • Holy Trinity Church, New York. Underpinning of Foundations, 160*
  • Home Office Industrial Museum, Work of, 232
  • Inspector's Report, Workshops and Fac¬tories, 231
  • Hong • Kong Power Station, 12,500-k.w. Brush-Ljungstrdm Turbine, 730
  • Honing Machine, Cylinder, Hydraulically-Operated, 700*
  • Hoogldy River, Calcutta, Tunnel under, 361
  • Hooks, “ Talon ” Suspension (A. B. Steele), 267*
  • Hopkinsons, Ltd., Portable Centrifugal Oil Purifier, 368* ; Lubricating Pump, 368
  • Horseley Bridge Engineering Co., Ltd., Steel Lamella Roof Construction, 41*
  • Horwich Works, London, Midland & Scottish Railway, Explosion of Steam Pipe, 152 Hot-Well Gauge, Pneumercator (Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd.), 330
  • House-Refuse Disposal Plant, Huddersfield, Operating Results, 132
  • Disposal, 669
  • Disposal. Exhibition of Appliances for, 141, 173*
  • Howard, J. <fc F., Ltd., Mole Plough, 84*
  • Lectures on Diesel Engines, 704*, 736*, 767. See Letter, 789
  • Howat, D., on Equilibrium of Non-Metallic Systems, 457
  • Howden, J., <fc Co., Ltd., Turbovane Induced-Draught Fan. 307*
  • Huddersfield Refuse-Disposal Plant, Operating Results, 132
  • Hughes, H., & Son, Ltd., Strain Meter for Ships, 87*
  • Hume-Rothery, Dr. W., on Macro-Etching of
  • Aluminium-Silicon Alloys, 383
  • Humidity Indicator, Portable (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.,) 5*
  • Meter, Direct-Reading (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 363*
  • Hummer Vibrating Screen, 696
  • Hydraulic Construction in Australia, Experi¬ences with, 411
  • Couplings, Vulcan-Sinclair, for Fans, Clar¬ence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 247*
  • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • Pumps. See Pump
  • Turbines. Sec Turbines ; Power Plant Hydro-Aeroplane. See Seaplane under Aeronautics
  • Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Hydrodynamics, Collected Papers on (Review), 130 See also Ship Resistance
  • Hydrogen and Oxygen Cell (International Electrolytic Plant Co.), 75*
  • Hydrogenation of Coal and British Fuel Problem, 570
  • Incomplete, Report, 291
  • Results, 468, 735
  • Billingham-on-Tees Plant, Results, 735
  • Hydroglider, 140-h.p. (Saunders Roe, Ltd.), 548*
  • Hydrographical Survey of River Tees, Report, 194
  • Hydrology of Belfast District, 103
  • Hydrostatics and Statics, Text Book (Review), 663
  • Hyland, Ltd., Remote Control for Marine Motors, 547*
  • Hyslop, J. F., on Corrosion of Refractories, 762

I

  • IGNITION and Combustion in Diesel Engines, 704*, 736*
  • of Motor Fuels, Experiments on, 597*
  • of Oil-Engine Fuels, Research on, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Igranic Electric Co., Ltd., Control Panel for Steel Plant, 709
  • Illing, Prof. V. C., on Genesis of Oil Pools, 757
  • Illumination. Architectural, Engineering As¬pects of, 357

Illumination Congress, International, Great Britain :

  • Opening Proceedings, 289; Visits and Excursions, 289 ; Precision of Photo¬metry, by E. Ferencz and J. Ur- banek, 310 ; Photometry of Lamps, Giving Lights of Widely Different. Colours, by R. Kovesligethy and P. Selenyi, 310 ; Errors in Photometric Measurements, by L. Simek, 310; Daylight Illumination and Town Planning, by C. G. Moller, 310 ; Rules for Daylight Illumination by H. G. Friihling, 310 ; Daylight Illumina¬tion of Art Galleries with Overhead Lighting, by T. Hirayama, 310 ; Accu¬racy of Portable Photometers, by A. K. Taylor, 310; Comparison of Visual and Photo-Electric Measure¬ments, by B. P. Dudding and G. T. Winch, 310 ; Photo-Electric Measure¬ments of Daylight Illumination by Use of Model Room, by Z. Yamauti and K. Hisano, 310; Mass Experi¬ments in Street Lighting, by W. S. Stiles, 311; Lighting of Seaside Resorts, by A. P. Allan and J. M. Campbell, 311; Combination of Glow Lamps and Gas Tubes, by von Gdler and M. Pirani, 311; Application of Theory of Opal Glasses, by J. W. Ryde and B. S. Cooper, 311 ; Pro¬perties of Diffusing Glasses, by J. S. Preston, 311 ; British Standard Specification for Street Lighting, by C. C. Paterson, 311 ; Lighting Re¬quirements of Different Types of Street, by J. F. Colquhoun and W. S. Stiles, 311; Street Lighting by Gas in South Loudon, 311 ; Apparatus for Determining Visual Requirements,

by II. Klein, 311 ; Effect of Glare, by II. Eguchi, 311*; Lighting of Factories and Large Buildings, 350; Humanitarian Foot Candles, by M. Luckiesh and F. K. Moss, 356; Elec¬tric Light as Related to Architecture, by R. W. Maitland and H. Robertson, 350; Artistic Lighting in France, by H. Malsonneuve and J. Wetzel, 356;

  • Standard of Illumination for Mines, by W. Maurice, 350 ; Incandescent Light¬ing in British Cinema Studios, by W. A. Villiers, 356; Engineering Aspects of Architectural Illumination, by W. J. Jones, 357; Illumination and Archi¬tecture, by L. C. Kalff, 357 ; Electric Light on the Farm, by R. B. Matthews, 357; Plant Cultivation with Aid of Electric Light, by S. Oden, G. Kohler and G. Nelson, 357; Electric Lighting of Glass Houses, by K. Vogl, 357; Motor-Vehicle Lamps, by J. D. Morgan, 357; Selenium Ruby Glass, by K. Fuwa, 357
  • Illumination, Daylight, of Art Galleries, 310
  • in Offices, Report, 272
  • Photo-Electric Measurements, 310
  • Rules for, 310
  • and Town Planning, 310
  • Integrator, Mechanical, 415*
  • International Commission on, Cambridge Meeting, 715
  • for Mines, Standard, 356
  • Requirements, 356
  • Research Committee, Report on Daylight Illumination in Offices, 272; Investiga¬tions at National Physical Laboratory, 414*
  • Standards for Streets, 636
  • See also Light; Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric
  • Impact Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Imperial Airways, Ltd., Work in 1930, 661
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102;
  • Results at Billingham Coal-Hydrogenation Plant, 735
  • College of Science and Technology, Depart¬ment of Aeronautics, Syllabus, 417;
  • Tests on Timber Pit Props, 804
  • Import Trade. See Trade Improved Gears, Ltd., Wilson-Drewry Trans¬mission Gear, 435*
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines Incandescent Lamps. See Lamps under Electric India Rubber. See Rubber
  • Sarda Canal, Design and Construction, 725
  • Shanan Hydro-Electric Plant, 12,000-kw., 11,000-volt Alternator, 53*
  • Indicator-Cock Connections, Specification, 51
  • Diagrams, Compression-Ignition Oil En¬gines, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Diesel Engine, 706*, 736*
  • High-Speed Steam Engine, 656*
  • Helm and Look-Out (Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 332*
  • Optical, for Oil-Engine Research, 687* Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric
  • Motor. See Motor, Electric Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Agreements and Disputes. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • and Commercial Administration, Course in, 256
  • Economics. See Labour
  • Evolution (Review), 236
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Health Research Board, Annual Report, 288
  • Management. See ITorfo Management
  • Museum, Home Office, Work of, 232
  • Notes. Sec Labour Notes under Labour Psychology, National Institute Annual
  • Report. 259
  • Industry. Coal, Problems in, 643. See Letter, 678
  • Coconut Oil, 481*
  • Effect of Protection 613. See Letter, 617
  • Engineering, Policy for, 412
  • Gas and Coke Oven, Co-Ordination between, 643. Sec Letter, 678
  • History and Development of, 500, 594, 621
  • Law Relating to (Review), 129
  • Modern, Minerals in (Review), 460
  • and Resources of New Zealand, 589
  • Sheltered, Effect of Wages in, 644
  • Technical Experts in, 201
  • See also Trade and Paragraph Index Inglis, Prof. C. E., on Education at Cambridge,
  • 71. See 81
  • Ingot, Steel, 12-ton, Preparation for Macro¬scopic Examination, 683*
  • for Hollow Forgings, 55
  • Solidification and Crystallisation of, 484
  • Injector, Air, Variable-Blast, for Oil Engines, 755*
  • Inland Navigation. See Navigation ; Canals; Rivers, Ac.
  • Innerthal Reservoir, Wftggital Pumped-Storage Hydro-Electric Scheme, 292*
  • Institute of Transport. Sec Transport Sec Znrfihdions
  • British Standards. See Engineering and Standards
  • Royal. Sec Royal Institution
  • Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical
  • Society, Royal; Agricultural Society,
  • Royal; Arts, Royal Society of; Australia,
  • Institution of Engineers; Automobile
  • Engineers, Institution of; British Associa¬tion ; Chemical Industry, Society of; Ceramic Society; Civil Engineers, Institu¬tion of; Consulting Engineers, Association of; Oas Engineers, Institution of; Elec¬trical Engineers, Institution of; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of ; Foutulrymen, British, Institute of; Fuel, Institute of; Class Technology, Society of ; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institu¬tion of ; Highway Engineers, Institution of ; Illumination Congress; Iron and Steel Institute ; Junior Institution of Engineers ; Manchester Association of Engineers; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of;
  • Metals, Institute of; Mining and Metal¬lurgy, Institution of; Municipal and County Engineers, Institution of; Munici¬pal Electrical Association; Naval Archi¬tects, Institution of; Newcomen Society; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders ; Petroleum Technologists, Institution of; Royal Institution; Royal Society ; Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists ; Supervising Electrical Eng¬ineers, Association of; Testing Materials, American Society for ; Transport, Institute of; Water Engineers, Institution of; Waterworks Association, British
  • Instruments for Geophysical Prospecting, 700
  • Pivoted, Magnetic-Suspension System for (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • Insulation. See Electric Integrator, Illumination, Mechanical, 415*
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aero¬nautics; Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats;
  • Tractors ' -
  • International Colonial Exhibition, Paris, 794
  • Museum, Paris, Founding of, 794
  • Commission on Illumination, Cambridge Meeting. See Illumination, International Commission on Conference on Public Cleansing, 141, 173*
  • Congress of General Mechanics, Lidge. See
  • Mechanics, General, International Congress of History of Science and Technology.
  • See History of Science and Technology International Electrolytic Plant Co., Hydrogen
  • and Oxygen Cell, 75*
  • International Harvester Co., of Great Britain, Ltd., Mowing Machine, 33*
  • Heat Unit, 233
  • Illumination Congress, Great Britain. See Illumination Congress, International, Great Britain Railway Fuel Association, Chicago Meeting, 107
  • Steam Table Conferences, 707
  • Trade. See Trade Inventions, Exhibition of, 490
  • See also Patents
  • Ireland, Silent Valley Reservoir, 103
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Diffusion of Tin into, 443
  • Foundry. See Foundry
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • Manufacture. Sec Furnaces, Blast; Metal¬lurgy
  • Molten, Gases in, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigations, 225
  • Ore. See Ore
  • Pig, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Pvrites in Coal, Effect on Corrosion Products, 441, 535*
  • Rust-Resisting, for Assouan Dam Recon¬struction, 225

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Autumn Meeting, Swansea :
  • Programme, 80, 256
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 442
  • Reports of Discussions, 442, 455, 484
  • Visits and Excursions, 444, 457, 486
  • Constitution of Iron-Tin Alloys, by Prof. C. A. Edwards and A. Preece, 442
  • Diffusion of Tin into Iron, with Reference to Formation of Columnar Crystals, by Prof. C. O. Bannister and Dr. W. D. Jones, 443
  • Effect of Molybdenum on Medium-Carbon Steels Containing Manganese, by G. Burns, 447*. See 443
  • Influence of Silicon on Nickel Steel, by R. Harrison, 450*. See 443
  • Mottled Tin-Plates, by J. C. Jones, 455
  • Equilibrium of System FeO-MnO. By Prof. J. H. Andrew, W. R. Maddocks, and D. Howat, 457
  • Equilibrium of Systems MnS-MnO, MnS- MnSiO3 and MnS-Fe2SiO4, by Prof. J. H. Andrew, W. R. Maddocks and E. A. Fowler, 457
  • Alloys of Iron Research, Part X. Chromium-Iron Constitution Dia¬gram, by F. Adcock, 457
  • Effect of Surface Conditions Produced by Heat Treatment on the Fatigue Resist¬ance of Spring Steels, by Dr. G. A. Hankins and Dr. M. L. Becker, 457. Sec 795
  • Solidification and Crystallisation of Steel Ingots; Influence of Casting Temper¬ature and Undercooling Capacity of Steel, by Dr. B. Matuschka, 484
  • Production Economy in Iron and Steel Works, Part If, Costs of Production, by Dr. O. Cromberg, 484
  • Surface Hardening by Nitrogen of Special Aluminium - Chromium - Molybdenum Steels, by W. H. Cunningham and J. S. Ashbury, 475*. See 485
  • Origin of Banded Structure of Hot-Worked Hypo-Eutectoid Steel, by Prof. F. C. Thompson and R. Willows, 485
  • Iron and Steel Manufacture, Production Economy in, 484
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron; Metallurgy
  • Ironbridge Power Station, 50,000-kw. Turbo- Generator, 53*
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges; Floors;
  • Columns ; Roofs ; Steelwork ; Structures Irrigation Works, Percolation under Aprons, 528
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Irving, H. B., on Safety in Spinning, 614
  • Islington Substation, 6,600 - volt Circuit Breaker, 589*
  • Ismailia Valve Co., Tide Flap with Auxiliary Valve, 12*
  • Isotopes, Researches on, 734
  • Italy, Electric Power Supply in, 618
  • Port Marghera, Venice, 218*, 395*, 453*. See Erratum, 257
  • Italian State Railways, 2,000-kw. Portable
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifier Substation, 622*

J

  • JAEGER, W., and von Steinwehr, H., Experi¬ments on Specific Heat of Water, 518*
  • Jakob, Dr. M., on Steam Research in Europe and America, 143*, 518*, 550*, 051, 084*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • James, A. T., the Late, 339
  • Jeffkins, A. C., on Measurement of Temperature in Glass Furnaces, 153
  • Jet, Mercury, Commutation, 517, 054*, 742
  • Jewel and Pivot Bearings, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 290*
  • Jewson, H., the Late, 730
  • Jinja Bridge, River Nile, Uganda, 271*
  • Johnson Boiler, Suitability for Atlantic Liners, 08, 89
  • Johnson, Matthey & Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Johnston Brothers, Sand and Stone Drying Machine, 030*; Road Gritting Machine, 030*
  • Joints, Riveted, Bolted and Welded, Investiga¬tions, 351
  • Jolley, L. B. W., on Vibrations in Turbine Wheels and Blades, 541*
  • Jolliffe Banks, Contractors, History of Firm, 559
  • Jones, D. G., on Nickel-Copper Alloys, 382
  • Jones, E. H. (Machine Tools), Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 330*
  • Jones, J. C., on Mottled Tin-Plates, 455
  • Jones, Dr. J. H., on Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, 706
  • Jones, L., on Geophysical Methods of Prospect¬ing, 706
  • Jones, Dr. W. D., on Diffusion of Tin into Iron, 443
  • Jones, W. J., on Architectural Illumination, 357
  • Jones, Dr. W. R., on Genesis of Ores, 757
  • Joseph Constantine Steamship Line, Ltd., S.S. “ Kings wood,” Exhaust-Steam Tur¬bine Trials, 167
  • Josephs Road Pumping Station, Guildford, 132
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Presidential Address, by Dr. S. L. Pearce, on Power Station Design, 739

K

  • KAHN, L., on Aircraft Technique and Naval Construction, 67
  • Kaiser-Wilhelm Institut ftlr Eisenforchung, Reports on Steel at High Temperature, 203
  • Kalff, L. C., on Illumination and Architecture, 357
  • Karriers, Ltd., Three-wheeled Road Sprinkler Sweeper, 141, 173
  • Kata Conditions of Air in Mines, Improving, 448*, 499
  • Kaye, J., &. Sons, Ltd., Oil Filler, 15
  • Kearney and Trecker Corporation, Milling Machines, 357*
  • Keenan’s Steam Tables, 684*, 707
  • Keller, G., on Electric Furnaces for Bright- Annealing, 390*. See 383
  • Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Co., Ltd., Bonderizing Rust-Proofing Process, 475*
  • Kelvin, Bottomley& Baird, Ltd., Liquid-Level Gauge, 279*; Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 330*
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Ring-Balance Flow Recorder, 406*; Temperature Controller and Re¬corder, 407*
  • Kent, J. L., on Effect of Rough Water on Ship Propulsion, 50
  • Kenworthy Electric Furnace for Bright- Annealing, 390*
  • Kenya and Uganda Railway, Jinja Bridge over River Nile, 271*
  • Kerbs and Channels, Concrete, Specification, 609
  • Kermode, J. J., the Late, 680
  • Kestner Evaporator and Engineering Co.. Ltd., E.M.S. Dryer, 100* ; Submerged-Flame Evaporator, 100* ; Silica-Gel Air Drver, 101
  • Keyes and Smith, Experiments on Specific Volume of Water, 145*, 685*, 707*
  • Kilns, Brick, Mechanical Stokers for, Report, 474
  • Cement. Rotary, Multiple-Bush Pyrometer for, 63*
  • Tunnel, Gas Circulation in, 760
  • Kinema Studios, British, Lighting in, 356
  • King, R. O., on Detonation, Spark-Plug Posi¬tion and Engine Speed, 177*
  • King’s College, London, Engineering at, 105, 493 ; Research on Yield Points in Steel. 343*, 517. See LETTER, 561, 590
  • “ Kingswood,” S.S., Exhaust-Steam Turbine Trials, 167
  • Kirkpatrick, Sir C., on the Tidal Thames, 587
  • Klein, H., Visual Requirements in Street Traffic Observations, 311
  • Kloninger, H. C., on Electric Furnaces, for Bright-Annealing, 390*. Sec 383
  • Knight, Dr. B. H., on Coke-Breeze Concrete, 668
  • Knoblauch <fe Koch, Steam Researches of, 518, 550*, 684
  • Knocking in Oil Engines, Researches on .603*. 687*, 735*
  • Koch «fc Knoblauch, Steam Researches of, 518, 550*, 684
  • Kohler, G., on Plant Cultivation with Electric Light, 357
  • Kommers, J. B., on Torsion Combined with Bending, 249*
  • Kovesligethy, R., on Photometry of Coloured Lamps, 310
  • Kromhout Oil Engine, Ignition and Combustion in, 604
  • Kubit Stone Breaker (F. Parker, Ltd.). 119
  • Kuhn-Loeb Building, New York, Underpinning of Foundations, 161*
  • Kurnakow, Prof. N. S., on Gold-Copper Solid Solutions, 398

L

  • LABORATORY, Air Ministry, Experiments on Detonation in Petrol Engines, 177*
  • Cement and Concrete, Birmingham University, 797*
  • See also National Physical

Labour :

  • Co-Partnership and Welfare in the Gas Industry, 621
  • Engineering Industry, Reports on Educa¬tion and Apprentices for, 259
  • Factories and Workshops, Homo Ofllce Inspector’s Report, 231
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Evolution (Review), 236
  • Health Research Board, Annual Report, 288
  • Iron and Steel Works, Production Economy in, 484
  • Labour Notes, 24, 39, 73, 114, 133, 165, 195, 238, 253, 281, 340, 386, 417, 446, 472, 504, 534. 562, 591, 620, 637, 679, 699, 726, 759, 797. See Paragraph Index
  • Training for Industry, Liverpool Educa¬tion Committee’s Pamphlets on, 108
  • Unemployment and State-Aided Industry, 139
  • Wages in Coal and Sheltered Industries, Relation between, 644
  • Workmen’s Compensation Legislation in Latin South America, 649
  • World Economic Congress, Amsterdam, 334 Lacy-Hulbert & Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Ship¬ping Exhibition, 378
  • Lagonda, Ltd., 19-28 h.p. Six-Cylinder Motor Car, 530*
  • Laing Memorial Lecture, Founding of, 471
  • Lamella Roof Construction (Horseley Bridge & Engineering Co., Ltd.,) 41*
  • Laminated Springs for Motor Vehicles, Re¬searches on, 795
  • Lamps, Electric. . See Electric
  • Oil, Manufacture of, 568 Lancashire Boiler. See Boiler
  • Lanchester Motor Co., Ltd., 15-18 h.p. Six-Cylinder Motor Car, 491*
  • Land Reclamation from the Sea (Review), 663
  • Landis Tool Co., Inc., Roll-Grinding Machine, 134*
  • Langerbrugge Power Station, Benson Boiler, 341
  • Larke, E. C., on Testing Thin Copper Strip Latent Heat of Steam, Researches on, 520
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Launches, Motor. See Motor Boats and Trial Trips, 78, 106, 163, 228, 316, 579,
  • 702, 762, 792
  • Law. See Legal; Labour; Patents Le Brocq, L. F., on Protection of Magnesium
  • Alloys against Corrosion, 771. See 382
  • Le Mesurier, L. J., on Fuel Testing in Diesel Engines, 333
  • Lea, Prof., F. C., on Effect of Temperature on Metals, 441
  • Lea Recorder Co., Ltd. Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 331
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Solvent Action of Water on, 381
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Production at Mount Isa, Queensland, 504
  • Lee, R., Stockport Power Station Extensions, 523
  • Leeds University, Gas Research at, 619, 636
  • Lees, Dr. G. M., on Genesis of Oil Pools, 758

Legal :

  • Labour Legislation. See Labour
  • Law Relating to Industry (Review), 129
  • Legislation and Electric Power Supply, 555, 793. See Erratum, 715
  • and Gas Industry, 500, 594, 621
  • Regarding River Thames, 587
  • Public Works Facilities Act, 1930, Guide to (Review), 3.5
  • Road Traffic Act, Effect on Motor Vehicle Design, 576, 608
  • Workmen’s Compensation. See Labour
  • World Economic Congress, Amsterdam, 334
  • See also Paragraph Index Legislation. See Legal; Labour; Patents Leicester College of Technology, Course in
  • Industrial and Commercial Administra¬tion, 256
  • Leith Docks, “Norfolk ” Spade for Discharg¬ing Slack Coal, 196*
  • Leliavsky, S., on Percolation under Aprons, of Irrigation Works, 528
  • IZnaerts, P., on Thermal Conductivity of
  • Cast Iron, 10
  • Length Standards, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 289
  • Letters to the Editor, 22*, 40, 83*, 199, 256, 279, 384, 471, 503, 523, 561, 590, 617, 678, 740, 789
  • Lewis, L. W., the Late, 533
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., 7|-ton Four-Wheeled
  • Commerical Vehicle Chassis, 648*
  • Ltege, International Congress of General Mechanics. See Mechanics, General, Inter¬national Congress
  • Lifting Gear, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 99
  • Lifts, Desigu of Electric Motors for, 566*
  • Passenger, Evolution of, 399
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Determination of Primary Standard, 414
  • Lighting, Artistic, in France, 356
  • in British Kinema Studios, 356
  • Electric, and Architecture, 356
  • on Farms, 357
  • of Factories and Large Buildings, 356
  • Gas. See Gas
  • Road and Railway, London Docks, 715*
  • of Seaside Resorts, 311
  • Street, British Standard Specification, 311
  • by Gas in South London, 311
  • Mass Experiments in, 311
  • in Relation to Transport, 669
  • Lighting, Street, Report of Institution of Gas Engineers, 635
  • Requirements, 311
  • Systems, Combination of, 311 See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lima Locomotive Works, 2-10-4 Type Freight Locomotives, 226*
  • Lincoln, Refuse Disposal at, 669
  • Liner Concrete Machinery Co., 7/5-cub. ft. Concrete Mixer, 668
  • Linings, Cast Iron, for Tunnels, 471
  • Liquid Fuel. Sec Oil Fuel Manure Pump, 156*
  • Viscosity of. See Viscosity
  • Liquor Effluents from Gas Works, Report, 635
  • Lister, R. A., <fe Co., Ltd., Milk Cooler, 84* ;
  • Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 375; 10-b.h.p. Portable Oil Engine, 631*. Swivelling Hopper Auto-Truck, 631*
  • Literature, 35, 112, 129, 156, 206, 235, 265, 338, 460, 512, 574, 662, 721, 753. See Literature Index
  • Lithium-Beryllium Alloy, Production of, 229
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents Liverpool Corporation, Clarence Dock Power
  • Station, 37*, 63*, 123*, 245*, 306*, 425*, 511*, 545*, 632*
  • Tramways and Omnibuses, Report, 409
  • Education Committee, Booklet on Engin¬eering Trades, 108
  • Steamship Owners’ Association and Suez Canal Dues, 644
  • Lloyd, T„ Life and Work of, 784
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 556
  • Scholarships, 417
  • Statistics, Vessels under Construction, 81, 528
  • Vessels Lost, 46, 136, 388, 641
  • Load-Strain Diagrams for Mild Steel, 343*. See 517
  • Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Lock, Canal, Port Marghera, Venice, 221
  • Lockouts. See Labour
  • Locomotive-Boiler Washing-Out Plant, London and North Eastern Railway, 653*
  • 2-10-4 Type, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 226*
  • Diesel-Electric, 503, 523
  • 450-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric, Siamese State Railway, 210*
  • Diesel-Engined, Advantages of, 767
  • Electric, Battery and Cable-Reel, for Mines, Report, 314
  • 3,600-h.p., Northern Railway of Spain, 473*
  • Shunting, Southampton Power Station, 272*
  • Swiss, Regenerative Braking on, 301*
  • with Valve-Controlled Commutatorless Motors, 774*
  • Erecting and Repair Shop, Melbourne, 22
  • Experimental Stations, 79, 82, 88*
  • Frames, Breakage of, 264*
  • Internal-Combustion Engine, Use in Am¬erica, 287
  • Narrow-Gauge, 10-h.p. Oil-Driven (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 628*
  • 10-h.p. Oil-Driven (F. C. Hibberd & Co., Ltd.), 663*
  • Road. Sec Motor ; Road ; Tractor
  • Tank, 4-6-2 Type Converted, London and North Eastern Railway, 208* .
  • Testing Plants, 79, 82, 88*
  • Transporting Trolley, 65-ton Rail, London,
  • Midland & Scottish Railway, 39*
  • Works, Vulcan, 1830-1930 (Review), 574
  • Sec also Railways in Paragraph Index Logan, Dr. L., on Manufacture of Water Gas, 18 Lodge, Sir O., on Work of Faraday, 416
  • London Atmosphere, Elfect on Corrosion Pro¬ducts, 441, 535*
  • Clay, Properties of, 127
  • County Council and Flood Protection, 587
  • Council, Lectures for Teachers, Hand¬book, 284
  • Docks, Road and Railway Lighting, 715*
  • Electric Power Supply in, 555. See Erra¬tum, 715
  • Meeting, British Association. See British Association
  • Midland <fc Scottish Railway, Horwich Works, Explosion of Steam Pipe, 152 ; 65-ton Rail Trolley for Transporting Locomotive, 39* ; Use of Steel Sleepers on, 768, 778* and North Eastern Railway, Converted
  • 4-6-2 Type Tank Locomotives, 208; Locomotive-Boiler Washing-Out Plant, 653*; Third-Class Sleeping Carriage, 244* ; Use of Steel Sleepers, 778*
  • Port of, Authority, Annual Report, 557 ;
  • Duties of, 587 ; Road and Railway Lighting at Docks, 715*
  • London Power Co., Ltd., Turbovane Fan for Acton Lane Power Station, 307* ; Condensers for Battersea Power Station, 452
  • Receding Water Table Below, 233*
  • School of Economics, Department of Busi¬ness Administration, 106
  • South, Street Lighting by Gas, 311
  • Transport Problems of, 527
  • Tunnelling Problems, 470
  • Underground Railways. See Underground
  • University College, Faculty of Engineering, Prospectus, 360 ; Calendar, 493
  • Lectures on Steam Research, 143*, 518*, 550*, 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800* ; Lec¬tures on Measurement of Light, 493
  • Looms, Theory and Electrical Drive of (Re¬view), 514
  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons ; Tractors Lorwin, Dr. L. L., on World Economics, 334 Lots Road Power Station, 18,750-kw. Turbo-Alternator, 639
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal
  • Lubrication, Boundary, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 6*
  • Testing Machine, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigation, 6*
  • of Wire-Drawing Dies, 397, 622*
  • Lucas Focusing Gear for Microscopes (Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Luckiesh, M., on Humanitarian Foot-Candles, 356
  • Luders Lines, Formation on Test Pieces, 295*, See 617
  • on Overstressed Materials, 299*, 517
  • Lumsdaine Liquid-Level Gauge, 279*

M

  • MACHINE SHOPS. See Works and Machine Tools
  • Testing. Sec Testing Machine and Tests
  • (Materials).

Machine Tools :

  • Boring, Milling and Drilling Machine, Horizontal (Werkzeugmaschinen Fabrik Union), 373*
  • Machine, Combined, Works of Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 2*
  • and Turning Machine, 40-ft. (Establishments C. Berthiez), 738*
  • Buffer, Duplex, Electrically-Driven (Black & Decker, Ltd.), 405*
  • Buffing Wheel, Pneumatic (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • Coiling Machine, King (Sleeper & Hartley, Inc.), 450*
  • Cropping and Shearing Machines, Plate and Bar (H. Pels <& Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • Cutting Machines, Oxygen-Jet (Hancock & Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 378
  • Cylinder-Honing Machine, Hydraulically- Operated (Mayer und Schmidt A.-G.), 760*
  • Die-Sinking Machines, Keller (Pressed Steel Co. of Great Britain, Ltd.), 239
  • Drill, Air, Pistol-Grip (Consolidated Pneu¬matic Tool Co., Ltd.), 405*
  • Sharpening Machine (Holman Bros., Ltd.). 693
  • Drilling Machine, with Hydraulic Feed (Hille-Werke A.-G.), 373*
  • Milling and Boring Machine, Horizontal (Werkzeugmaschinen Fabrik Union), 373*
  • and Tapping Machine, Multiple (Na¬tional Automatic Tool Co.), 568*
  • Filing and Sawing Machine, Band-Saw Attachment (Gcbnider Thiel, G.m.b.H.), 330*
  • Gear-Testing Machines, Concentricity and Profile (Sulzer Brothers), 328*
  • Grinding Equipment, Pipe (Staveley Coal & Iron Co., Ltd.), 95*
  • Machines, Helical - Gear (Sulzer Bros.), 327*
  • Pneumatic (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • Kail (Hall Engineering Co., Ltd.), 452
  • Koll (Landis Tool Co., Inc.), 134*
  • Surface, with Hydraulic Traverse (A.-B. Slipmaterial), 374*
  • Wheels, Manufacture of, 725 Hack-Sawing Machines, Governor Feed
  • Gear for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 461*
  • Hammers, Power, History and Develop¬ment of, 557
  • Honing Machine, Cylinder, Hydraulically- Operated (Mayer und Schmidt A.-G.), 760*
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Joggling Machine, Plate, Electrically-
  • Driven (H. Berry <fe Co., Ltd.), 393*
  • Lathe, Combination Turret (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 488*
  • Mass Production of, 185*
  • Multi-Tool (F. C. Weipert), 374*
  • Screw-Cutting, Accuracy Indicator, 289
  • Machine Shop Management. See JPorAs Management Tools, Absence from Shipping, Engin¬eering and Machinery Exhibition, 317. See 15
  • Marking-Off Machine, “Pcrfcctor” (E. H. Jones (Machine Tools), Ltd.), 330*
  • Milling and Boring Machine, Combined Works of Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 2*
  • Boring and Drilling Machine, Hori¬zontal (Werkzeugmaschinen Fabrik Union), 373*
  • Machines, Knee-Type (Kearney it Trecker Corporation), 357*
  • Vertical, Heavy-Duty (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 69*
  • Vertical and Horizontal High-Speed (Kearney «fe Trecker Corporation), 357*
  • Mortising Machine for Wood (Wadkin & Co.), 510*
  • Planing Machine, 48-in. Open-Side Crank (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 609*
  • Polishing Machines, with Adjustable Hoods, Works of Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 2*
  • Press for Chassis Side Members (Maschinen- fabrik Weingarten), 279*
  • Hydraulic, 600-ton (Greenwood & Batley, Ltd.), 433*
  • Hydraulic, Copra (Rose, Downs «& Thompson, Ltd.), 482*
  • Hydraulic Straightening (Hollings & Guest, Ltd.), 118*
  • for Motor-Car Parts (Pressed Steel Co.
  • of Great Britain, Ltd.), 239*
  • King-Coiling Machine (Steelier it Hartley, Inc.), 450*
  • Sawing and Filing Machine, Band-Saw Attachment (Gebriider Thiel, G.m.b.H.), 330*
  • Saws, Circular, for Wood, Specification, 14
  • Sec also Hack-Sawing Machines (above) Shaping Machine4, Circular (Greenwood &
  • Batley, Ltd.), 638*
  • Punch and Die (Gebruder Thiel, G.m.b.H.), 330*
  • Sharpening Machine, Drill (Holman Brothers. Ltd.), 693
  • Shearing and Cropping Machines, Plate and Bar (II. Pels <fc Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • Tapping and Drilling Machine, Multiple (National Automatic Tool Co.), 568*
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
  • Welding Machine, Spot, Heavy-Duty (British Insulated Cables, Ltd.), 539*
  • Woodworking Machinery (Wadkin <fe Co.), 510*
  • Circular Saws, Specification, 14
  • Wrench, Air-Driven (Consolidated Pneu¬matic Tool Co., Ltd.), 405*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Machine Work. Sec Machine Tools
  • Machinery. Shipping and Engineering Exhibi¬tion, Olympia, 317*, 363*, 384, 404*. Sec 15
  • Macro-Etching of Aluminium-Silicon Alloys, 383
  • Mac. See Me
  • Madagascar, Developments in, 794
  • Maddocks, W. It., on Equilibrium of Non- Metallic Systems, 457
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Protection from Corrosion, Experiments, 382, 771
  • Magnetic Instruments for Geophysical Survey¬ing, 706
  • Investigations, National Physical Labora¬tory, 354
  • Suspension System for Pivoted Instruments
  • (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • Magnetism, Modern Theory of, 615
  • Maihak Oil-Engine, Indicator Diagrams, 687
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric Water, Failure of, Report, 218
  • Maisonneuve, H., on Artistic Lighting in France. 356
  • Maitland, R. W., on Electric Lighting and Architecture, 356
  • Management of Works. Sec IForfo Management Manchester Association of Engineers, Presi¬dential Address, by C. E. Stromcyer, on
  • Reliability in Engineering, 498
  • Corporation Waterworks.Ycwbarrow Tunnel,
  • Record Progress on, 591
  • Municipal College of Technology, Pros¬pectus, 417
  • Tramways, Experiments on Regenerative Operation, 380
  • Manganese Steel, Effect of Molybdenum on, 443, 447*
  • Manitoba, Hydro-Electric Power Developments in, 312
  • Manlove, Alliott & Co., Ltd., Pressure-Leaf Filter, 102
  • Mannheim Power Station, 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, Report on, 241*, 267*
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • Manufacturers and Government Policy. 613. See Letter, 617
  • Manufacturing and Engineering, Economic Control of (Review), 721
  • Methods, British, 617
  • Manure, Liquid, Pump, 156*
  • Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd., Echometer Depth Sounder, 405*; Wireless Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 405*
  • Marconi, Marchese, on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Ran¬goon Rotating Beacon, 252
  • Marshal, J. R., on Thermal Conductivity of Cast-Iron, 10
  • Margate, Public Lighting of, 311
  • Marghera, Port, Venice, 218*, 395*, 453*. See Erratum, 257
  • Marguerre, Dr., Report on Mannheim High- Pressure Steam Plant, 241*, 267*
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery for Atlantic Liners, 90
  • Machinery, Deluge-Proof Electric Motor
  • (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 404
  • Machinery, Oil-Driven Air Compressor, 212*
  • Machinery, 150 h.p. Oil-Driven Gene¬rating Set (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 371*
  • Machinery, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,”
  • Machinery, 900-kw. Turbo-Generators, S.S. “ Champlain,” 563*
  • Machinery, Vertical-Spindle Pump (Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.), 326*
  • Boilers. Sec Boilers
  • Engineering History, Chapters in, 188, 782
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 556
  • Lloyd’s Statistics, 81, 528
  • Engines. Sec Engines; Turbines; Marine Propulsion
  • Propulsion, Development of Internal-Com¬bustion Engines, 96
  • Diesel-Engine Installations, Torsional Vibration Frequencies, 22, 40
  • 160-b.h.p. and 75-b.h.p. Diesel Engines for Tugs, 212*
  • Efficiency of Marine Machinery, 528
  • 34,500-h.p. Geared Turbines, H.M. Canadian Destroyers, “Saguenay” and “Skccna,” 161*
  • High-Speed Diesel Engines for, 767. See Letter, 789
  • Machinery for Atlantic Liners, 68, 89
  • Marine Oil-Engine Trials Committee, Sixth Report, 676*, 680*, 711*, 724.* See Errata, 725.
  • Oil Fuel for. Sec Oil Fuel.
  • Relative Merits of Steam and Oil, 445.
  • Sec Letter, 561
  • Reversing Gear for Marine Motors (J. I. Thomycroft <fe Co., Ltd.), 462*
  • 2,750-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine,
  • M.S. “Polyphemus,” 676*, 680*, 711*, 724*. Sec Errata, 725
  • 120-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Motor-Boat Eng¬ine (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 180*
  • Steam Turbines and Diesel Engines, Comparisons, 25, 49
  • Triple-Expansion Engines, with Exhaust Steam Turbine,.S.S. “ Kingswood,” Trials. 167
  • 1,000-h.p. Triple-Expansion Engine, with Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Generator, 734
  • Turbo-Electric Drive for S.S. “ Strathnaver ” and “Strathaird,” 113
  • Turbo-Electric Machinery, S.S. “ Mon¬arch of Bermuda,” 690,* 717*
  • Marine Propulsion. See also Engines; Tur¬bines; Propellers; Ship Resistance; and Paragraph Index
  • Salvage. See Salvage
  • Turbiues. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and Paragraph Index Markham <fc Co., Ltd., Centrifugal Pipe Cast¬ing Plant, 93* ; Staybrite Steel Chimney, Clarence Dock Power Station, 248* ; Erec¬tion of Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 430*. See 470
  • Marsden, II. R., Ltd., 20-in. by 12-in. Stone Breaker, 031*
  • Marshall, J. T., the Late, 770
  • Marshall, Sons Co., Ltd., 8-ton Diesel Road Roller, 31* ; Gravel-Washing Plant, 222* ; 30-b.h.p. Oil-Driven Tractor, 629*
  • Martell Scholarship, Particulars of, 709
  • Martin, G. L., on Aircraft Production Methods, 586
  • Martinot-Lagarde, M., on High-Speed Oil Engines, 597*
  • Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nurnbcrg A.-G., Shutter-Weir on Upper Seine, 166* ; 100- ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 659*
  • Maschinenfabrik Weingarten, Press for Chassis Side Members, 279*
  • Masonry Aprons, Percolation under, 528 Mass Production of Lathes, 185
  • Massey-Harris, Ltd., 20-h.p. Four-Wheel Drive Tractor, 84*
  • Materials, Overstrained, Stresses in, British Association Report, 517
  • Physical Properties and Corrosion (Review), 112
  • Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Materials) and Structures (Review), 156
  • Mather & Platt, Ltd., Circulating Pumps, Monte Video Power Station, 750*
  • Matterson, Ltd., Self-Sustaining Electric and Pneumatic Hoists, 312*
  • Matthews, R. B., on German Agricultural Machinery, 155*; on Electric Light on Farms, 357
  • Matuschka, Dr. B., on Steel-Ingot Solidifica¬tion, 484
  • Maurice, W., on Illumination of Mines, 356
  • Mavor & Coulson, Ltd.,Coal-Cutting Machines, 503; Tipped Picks for, 41
  • Maxwell, Clerk, Researches on Electro-Mag¬netic Waves, 347 ; Centenary of, 469.
  • Mayer und Schmidt A.-G., Hydraulically- Operated Cylinder-Honing Machine, 760*
  • M.B. Pyrometer for Rotary Cement Kilns, 63
  • McConnell, Prof. A. J., on Differential Geo¬metry and Mechanics, 707
  • McGillivray, J. B., Pamphlet on Industry and Unemployment, 139
  • McGowan, Sir H., on Chemical Industry, 80 McKechnie, Sir J., the Late, 532 McLaren, J. H., <fe Co., Ltd., Oil Engines at Shipping Exhibition, 324
  • Meat, New Zealand, Food Investigation Board, Researches, 150
  • Supplies and Cold Storage, 645
  • Mechanical Aspects of Electricity, 615

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Proposed Visit to Canada, 1932, 47, 644, 734
  • Significance of the Term “ Efficiency,” as Applied to Steam Nozzles, by J. C. Oakden, 48
  • Decrease of Nozzle Efficiency Caused by Non-Uniformity of Velocity Distribu¬tion, by B. Hodkinson and A. E. Devey, 48
  • Summer Meeting, Cambridge:
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 81 Reports of Discussions, 81 Cambridge as a Place of Education, by Prof. C. E. Inglis, 71. See 82
  • Locomotive Experimental Stations, by H. N. Gresley, 88*. See 79, 82
  • Visits and Excursions, 83, 111 Institution Dinner, 111
  • London Meetings, Winter Session :
  • Annual Dinner Postponement, 437
  • Royal Charter By-Laws, Adoption of, 529, 557
  • Presidential Address, by Lieut.-Col. E. K. Clark on Humanity under the Ham¬mer, 557
  • Thomas Hawksley Lecture on Mechanical Aspects of Electricity, by LI. B. Atkinson, 557, 615
  • Sixth Report of the Marine Oil-Engine. Trials Committee, 680*, 711*, 724*. See 676*. See Errata, 725
  • Manufacture and Use of Steel Railway Sleepers, by R. Carpmael, 775*. Sec 767
  • North Western Branch:
  • Annual Dinner, 733. Sec Letter, 789
  • Mechanical Stoker. See Stoker
  • Testing, Materials of Construction (Review), 35
  • Traction on Roads. See Roads ; Motor ; Tractors
  • Mechanics, Applications of Differential Geo- metrj' to, 707
  • Engineering (Review), 575
  • General, International Congress for, Lidge,
  • 1930: Report on Benson Boiler, by L. Kerry, 341; Atmos Boiler, by M. Ehhnger, 341*; Oil Engines with Mechanical Injec¬tion, by P. Dumanois, 597* ; Employ¬ment of Heavy Oils in Light Engines, by M. Martinot-Lagarde, 597 ; Diesel Engines Constructed by the Socidtd Suisse pour la Construction de Locomotives et de Machines, by A. J. Bllchi, 598* ; Heavy- Oil Engines and Turbines, by Major Brasseur, 598
  • Intermediate, Statics and Hydrostatics (Review), 663
  • Vectorial (Review), 112
  • Melbourne, Locomotive Erecting and Repair Shop, 22
  • Tunnel under River Yarra, 58 Mensing, R., Circulating-Water Screens, 749*
  • Meophara Aeroplane Accident, Inquiry. 142
  • Merchant Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding Ships. See Ships ; Steamers
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifiers and Valves, Develop¬ments in, 727*, 773*
  • Jet Commutation, 517, 654*, 742*
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Merseburg Ammonia Works, Boiler Failures
  • at, 241*
  • Mesurier, L. J. Le, on Fuel Testing in Diesel Engines, 333
  • “ Metafilter ” Paper-Disc Filter, 102
  • Metals and Alloys, Relation to Engineering Progress, 440
  • Anti-Friction. See Alloys under Metallurgy Cast, for High-Temperature and High-
  • Pressure Service, 10
  • Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • Deformation under Prolonged Loading, 56*, 120*
  • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Filament. Lamps. Sec Lamps under Electric

Metals, Institute of :

  • Spring Meeting, London:
  • Deformation of IMetals under Prolonged
  • Loading, bv Prof. D. Hanson and M. A. Wheeler, 56*, 120*
  • Autumn Meeting, Zdrich:
  • Programme, 11, 113
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 381
  • Visits and Excursions, 383, 398. See 292
  • Reports of Discussions, 381, 396
  • Autumn Lecture on Thin Films in Rela¬
  • tion to Corrosion Problems, by U. R. Evans, 381
  • Effect of Cold-Rolling and Heat Treat¬ment on Some Lead Alloys, by H. Waterhouse and R. Willows, 387. See 381
  • Protection of Magnesium Alloys against Corrosion, by II. Sutton and L. F. lc Brocq, 771. See 382
  • Nickel-Copper Alloys of High Elastic Limit, bv D. G. Jones, Dr. L. B. Pfeil and'W. T. Griffiths, 382
  • Unsoundness in Aluminium Sand Castings, Part I: Pinholes, their Causes and Prevention, Part II: Effects of Using Metal Previously Subjected to Corrosive Conditions, by Prof. D. Hanson and I. G. Slater, 382
  • Applications of Electric Furnace for Non- Ferrous Metals, with Special Refer¬ence to Bright Annealing Process, by H. C. Kloningcr, G. Keller and H. Meuche, 390*. See 383
  • Macro-Etching of Aluminium-Silicon Al¬loys, by Dr. W. Hume-Rotliery, 383
  • Failure of a High-Strength Brass, by J. E. Newson and A. Wragg, 508*. See 383
  • Constitution of Alloys of Silver and Mer¬cury, by A. J. Murphy, 396
  • Influence of Variations in Heat Treatment and Ageing of Duralumin, by Prof. A. von Zccrleder, 418*. See 396
  • Experiments in Wire Drawing, Behaviour of Composite Rod, by W. E. Alkins and W. Cartwright, 423*. See 397
  • Drawing of Non-Ferrous Wires, by Prof. F. C. Thompson and E. L. Francis, 622*. See 397
  • Application of Spectrograph to Analysis of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, by Dr. H. W. Brownsdon and E. 11. S. van Someren, 397
  • Spectrographic Assay of Some Alloys of Lead, by D. M. Smith, 397
  • Transformations in Gold-Copper Alloys, by Dr. J. L. Haughton and R. J. M. Payne, 398
  • Physico-Chemical Study of Gold-Copper Solid Solutions, by Prof. N. S. Kurnakow and N. W. Ageew, 398
  • Physical Testing of Copper and Copper- Rich Alloys in Form of Thin Strip, by Dr. M. Cook and E. C. Larke, 398
  • Attack on Mild Steel in Hot Galvanising, by E. J. Daniels, 479*
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, Wire Drawing of, 397, 622*
  • Wire Drawing of Composite Rod, 397, 423*
  • British Research Association, Research on Lead and Lead Alloys, 381, 387; Spec¬trographic Researches, 397; Researches on Hot Galvanising Process, 479*
  • Electric Furnaces for Bright-Annealing, 383, 390*
  • Physical Properties, Effect of Temperature on,441
  • Price Diagrams, 11*, 176*, 294*, 474*, 592*, 710*
  • Rontgen Ray Examination of, 263
  • Spectrographic Analysis of, 397
  • Sec also Metallurgy ; Microphotographs Metallurgists and Engineers, Sheffield Society of. See Sheffield
  • Metallurgical Researches, Faraday’s (Review), 697. See 440

Metallurgy :

  • Alloy, Aluminium-Chromium, Cromal, Properties of, 16
  • Prevention of Pinholes in Castings, 382
  • Silicon, Macro-Etching of, 382
  • Cast, for High-Temperature, High-Pressure Service, 10
  • Chromium-Iron, Constitutional Dia¬gram, 457
  • Copper-AIuminium-Nickel, “ Batterium Metal,” Properties of, 75
  • Testing Thin Strips of, 398
  • See also Brass ; Bronze; Gunmetal, kc.
  • Gold-Copper, Transformations in, 398
  • Iron, National Physical Laboratory Researches, 457
  • Nickel - Chromium - Tungsten, Pro¬perties at High Temperatures, 224
  • Alloy, Iron, Properties of, National Physi¬cal Laboratory Investigations, 225
  • Tin, Constitution of, 442
  • Zinc, Equilibrium Diagram, 480*
  • Lead, Effect of Cold-Rolling and Heat Treatment, 381, 387
  • Spcctrographic Analysis of, 397
  • Light, Removal of Dissolved Gases, National Physical Laboratory In¬vestigations, 224
  • Lithium-Beryllium, Production of, 229
  • Magnesium, Protection from Corrosion, 382, 771
  • and Metals in Relation to Engineering Progress, 440
  • Nickel-Copper, High Elastic Limit, 382
  • Silicon, Properties of, 10
  • Silver-Mercury, Constitution of, 396
  • Spectrographic Analysis of, 397
  • Zinc-Cadmium, Molten, Attack on Steel, 479*
  • Brass. See Brass
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Bronze. See Bronze
  • Cast-Iron. See Cast-Iron
  • Coke Ovens. See Coke Ovens
  • Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion
  • Faraday and his Metallurgical Researches (Review), 697. See 440
  • Furnaces, Metallurgical. See Furnaces Heat Treatment, Bright Annealing, Elec¬tric Furnaces for, 383, 390*
  • of Duralumin, Effects of, 396, 418*
  • Effect on Nickel-Silicon Steels, 443,451*
  • Hardening of Aluminium-Chromium-Molybdenum Steels bv Nitrogen, 475*, 485
  • of Lead Alloys, Effect of, 381, 387
  • of Low-Manganese Steel, Effect of, 443,447*
  • of Spring Steel, Effect of, 97
  • Iron Ore. See Ore
  • Wealden (Review), 754
  • Metals and Alloys in Relation to Engineer¬ing Progress, 440
  • Cast, for High-Temperature, High- Pressure Service, 10
  • Deformation under Prolonged Loading, 56*, 120*
  • Non-Ferrous, Electric Furnaces for Bright-Annealing, 383, 390*
  • Wire Drawing of, 397, 622*
  • Wire Drawing of Composite Rod, 397, 423*
  • British Research Association, Re¬search on Lead and Lead Alloys, 381, 387 ; Spectrographic Researches, 397 ; Researches on Hot Galvanising Pro¬cess, 479*
  • Spectrographic Analysis of, 397
  • Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgical Department, National Physi¬cal Laboratory, Work of, 224
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Refractories. Sec Refractory Materials Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills Slag Systems, Equilibrium of, 457
  • Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Faraday’s Alloys, 440, 697
  • Mild, Reaction of Molten Zinc on, 479
  • Molybdenum, Use for Boiler Tubes, 269
  • Nickel, Creep in, 270*
  • Properties at High Temperatures, In¬vestigations, 224
  • for Railway Sleepers, Specifications, 768, 776
  • Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals,
  • Institute of ; Microphotographs ; Foun¬dry ; and Paragraph Index
  • Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See Mining
  • Meter, Humidity, Direct-Reading (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 363*
  • Strain, for Ships (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.), 87*
  • Meteorology, Circulation of Electricity through Atmosphere, 735
  • Metrology Department, National Physical Laboratory, 289*
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.,
  • 51,250-kw. Turbo-Generators, 38*, 511* ; 35,700 kv.-a. Transformers, 545*; Re¬search on Efficiency of Steam Nozzles, 48 ; 3,600-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 473*; Tests of 72,000 kv.-a. Alternator, 168; 8,575 kv.-a. Turbo-Generator Rotor with Aeroto Fan, 580* ; 18,750 kv.-a. Alter¬nator, 609; Electrical Equipment, Nile Delta Reclamation Pumping Plant, 722*
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Export Co., Ltd., Electrical Equipment, Monte Video Power Station, 599*, 657*, 749*, 785* See also London
  • Meuchc, H., on Electric Furnaces for Bright-Annealing, 390*. See 383
  • Miall, Dr., on British Chemical Industry, 80
  • Michclin. Tyre Co., Pneumatic Tyres on Rail¬way Vehicles, 294*
  • Michigan College of Mining and Technology, Bulletin of Courses, 146
  • Micrometers, Temperature of Adjustment, 735
  • Microphotographs, Aluminium, under Pro¬longed Loading, 56*
  • Cast-iron Pipes, 95*
  • High-Strength Brass, 508*
  • Tungsten-Carbide Wire-Drawing Die, 624
  • Microscopes, Lucas Focusing Gear for, (Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Microatructure of Metals. See Microphotographs Microtome, Rocking (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 1
  • Middlesbrough, Constantine Technical College,
  • Course in Foundry Technology, 493
  • Milan Station, Train-Arresting Device, 146
  • Milk Cooler (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 84*
  • Wagon, 3,000-gallon, Great Western Rail¬way, 617*
  • Mills, Grinding, Copra (Rose, Downs & Thomp¬son, Ltd.), 481*
  • Paper, on Saguenay River, Canada, 487*
  • Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Millars Machinery Co., Ltd., 10/7-cub. ft. Concrete Mixer, 665*
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools
  • Milne-Watson, Sir D., on British Fuel Problem,
  • 570. Sec 439. See Letter, 471; on New Gas Industry, 594, 621. Sec 500
  • Miners’ Electric Lamps at Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 709
  • Minerals in Modern Industry (Review), 460
  • Oils. See Oils
  • See also Coal; Mining ; Ores ; and Para¬graph Index
  • Mines, Coal. See Collieries
  • Deep-Level, Air-Conditioning in, 448*, 499
  • Haulage, Battery and Cable-Reel Locomo¬tives for, Report, 314
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, Experi¬ments on, 211
  • Standard Illumination for, 356
  • United States Bureau of. See United States
  • See also Coal; Collieries; Mining; Ores; and Paragraph Index
  • Mining Engineering Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Coal-Face Machinery Exhibition, 503
  • Mining and Industrial Equipment, Ltd., Electric Vibrating Screen, 696; Testing Sieve Shaker, 696*
  • Industry in Canada, 459
  • Machinery, Handbook of (Review), 206
  • and Metallurgy, Institution of, Annual Report, 23
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Ministry of Transport. Sec Transport Mirrlees, Bickerton & Day, Ltd., 120-b.h.p.
  • Six-Cylinder Sleeve-Valve Oil Engine, 320
  • Mitchell, Brig.-Gen. C. H., on Engineers’
  • Contributions to Canada’s Development, 457*, 486*. See 470
  • Mixing Machines, Concrete. Sec Concrete Modave Flue-Dust Extractor, Tests, 12* “Model Engineer” Exhibition, 335
  • Experiments in Frame Bridges, Columbia University, 795
  • Ships in Rough Water, 50
  • Sec also Aeronautics; Ship Models ; Ship Resistance
  • Ship, and Ships, Resistance of (Review), 512
  • Tests at National Physical Laboratory, 209
  • of Shutter-Weir, Upper Seine, 166*
  • Steel-Frame Structures, Stress Analysis in, 350*
  • Tests, Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, 242
  • Moissan, H., Statue to, 499
  • Moisseiff, L. S., on Cold-Drawn Bridge Wires, 204*
  • Mole-Drain Equipment, Rud Sack, 155*
  • Plough (J. A F. Howard, Ltd.), 84*
  • Moller, C. G., on Daylight Illumination and Town Planning, 310
  • Mollier’s Steam Tables, 684*, 707
  • Molybdenum - Aluminium - Chromium Steels, Hardening by Nitrogen, 475*, 485
  • Effect on Low-Manganese Steel, 443, 447*
  • Steel, Use for Boiler Tubes, 269
  • “ Monarch of Bermuda,” Turbo-Electric Liner, 650*, 689*, 717*, 779*
  • Monash, General Sir J., the Late, 502
  • Monte Video Power Station, 599*, 657*, 749*, 785*
  • Moran, Dr. T., on Meat and Cold Storage, 645
  • Morgan, J. D., on Motor-Vehicle Lamps, 357
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Ex¬hibition, 408; 8-h.p. Four-Cylinder Motor Car, 531* ; 18-36 h.p. Six-Cylinder Marine
  • Motor, 549*. See Errata, 579 Morrison, R., the Late, 315
  • Mortar Tester, Simple, 597*
  • Mortising Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Moss, Dr. H., on Detonation, Spark-Plug Posi¬tion and Engine Speed, 177*
  • Moss, F. K., on Humanitarian Foot-Candles, 356
  • Moss, W., A Sons, Ltd., Foundations, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 64*
  • Motor Boat, 140-h.p. Uydroglider (Saunders Roc, Ltd.), 548*
  • at Motor Exhibition, Olympia, 547*
  • Reversing Gear for (J. I. Thornycroft & Co., Ltd.), 462*
  • Car Chassis Side Members, Press for (Mascbinenfabrik Weingarten), 279*
  • Design, Tendencies in, 491

Motor Car Details:

  • Axles and Transmission Gear, 45-h.p., 12-ton Six-Wheeled A.E.C. Lorry, 577*
  • Chassis, 6-ton Four-Wheeled Lorry (Arm- strong-Saurer Commercial Vehicles, Ltd.), 608*, 610
  • 7i-ton Four-Wheeled Leyland Lorry 648*
  • — Omnibus, Four-Wheeled Daimler, with Poppet-Valve Engine, 647*
  • 107/250-h.p. Six-Wheeled (Henschel A Sohn A.-G.), 606*
  • 10/11-ton Six-Wheeled, Thornycroft Motor Vehicle, 646*
  • Clutch and Gear Box, 45-h.p., 12-ton Six-Wheeled A.E.C. Lorry, 577*
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor-Car Front-Axle Brake, 9-h.p. Four-Cylinder
  • Standard Car, 646*
  • Gear Box and Clutch-Casing, 9-h.p. Four- Cyljnder Standard Car, 546*
  • 12-h.p. Six-Cylinder Wolseley Car, 492* J
  • Presacd-Steel Parts, Production of, 239*,
  • Propeller Shaft and Rear Axle, 9-8-h.p. Four-Cylinder Hillman Car, 529*
  • Rear Axle and Transmission Gear, 45-ton Articulated Eight-Wheel Vehicle (Scammell Lorries, Ltd.), 401*
  • Transmission Gear, 107/250-h.p. Six- Wheeled Omnibus (Henschel A Sohn A.-G.), 606*
  • Wheel Suspension, 3-ton Motor Vehicle (Garner Motors, Ltd.), 648*
  • Motor Car Engineers. See .1 utomobile Engineers Engines. Sec Engines, Petrol
  • Motor Car Exhibition, Olympia, 491, 529*, 546*. See Errata, 579
  • 9-8-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Hillman Motor Car Co., Ltd.), 529*
  • 8-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Morris Motors, Ltd.), 531*
  • 9-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Standard Motor Car Co., Ltd.,) 546*
  • Fuels. See Motor Fuels
  • Gear Boxes. See Motor-Car Details
  • Rail, Use in America, 287
  • 19-28-H.P. Six-Cylinder (Lagonda, Ltd.), 530*
  • 15-18 h.p. Six-Cylinder (Lanchester Motor Co., Ltd.), 491*
  • 12-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Wolseley Motors (1927), Ltd.), 492*
  • See also and Paragraph Index
  • Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • Electric, Aeroto Fans for Cooling, 580*
  • Commutator, Alternating-Current, with Speed Range (J. H. Holmes & Co., Ltd.), 559*
  • Commutatorless, 773*
  • Control Gear (Brookhirst Switchgear Co., Ltd.), 366*
  • for Intermittent Service, Design of, 566*
  • Marine, Air-Break Contactors for (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 404
  • Marine, Deluge-Proof (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 404
  • Mill-Type, Welded Steel (L. Scott & Electromotors, Ltd.), 364*
  • Nile Delta Reclamation Scheme Pumping Plant, 722*
  • 5-h.p. Portable (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 84*
  • Propulsion, 4,750-h.p. Turbo-Electric Liner “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 650, 692*, 717*
  • Reversing Controller, Cam-Operated (L. Scott & Electromotors, Ltd.), 365*
  • Fuels, Ignition of, Experiments on, 597*
  • Production by Low-Temperature Car¬bonisation, Report, 737
  • Testing in Diesel Engines, 333
  • Gully Emptier and Flusher (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 175* ; (Dennis Bro¬thers, Ltd.), 175
  • Industries, Effect of McKenna Duties, 613. See Letter, 617
  • Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics; En¬gines ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • Launches. See Motor Boats
  • Lorry, 70-b.h.p. 6-7 ton Oil-Driven (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 32
  • Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ;Motor Ships
  • Motor Manufacturers and Traders Ltd., Society of, Exhibition of Public Service Vehicles, 141, 173*
  • Omnibus, (Gilford Motor Co., Ltd.), 648
  • Chassis, 107/250-h.p. Six-Wheeled (Henschel & Sohn A.-G.), 606*
  • Services, Liverpool Corporation, Report, 409
  • Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol ;
  • Motor Boats ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • Roller, 19-cwt., 4-b.h.p. (Barfold & Per¬kins, Ltd.), 33* See also Road Roller
  • Spirit. See Motor Fuel
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Transport, Effects on Village Economy, 668
  • Tug Boat, Diesel Engine Installation, 212*
  • Vehicle, 45-ton Articulated Eight-Wheel
  • (Scammell Lorries, Ltd.), 401*
  • Carden-Lloyd Tractor Truck and Trailer (Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd.), 606*
  • 22-6-h.p. l|-ton (Commer Cars, Ltd.), 606*
  • Commercial, Exhibition at Olympia, 576*, 606*, 646*
  • Design, Effect of Road Traffic Act on, 576, 608
  • Experiments on Oil Engines for, 597
  • High-Speed Diesel Engines for, 767
  • Laminated Springs for, Research on, 795
  • Municipal, Convertible (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 297*
  • Refuse-Collecting, at Public Cleansing Exhibition, 141, 173*
  • 5-cwt. Three-Wheeled Commercial, with Trailer (Raleigh Cycle Co., Ltd.), 774*
  • Wheels, Research on Impact Reaction, 99*
  • Wagon,Cross-Country, 36-h.p. 6-ton (Vickers- Armstrongs, Ltd.), 606
  • 45-h.p. 12-ton Rigid Six-Wheeled (Asso¬ciated Equipment- Co., Ltd.), 576*
  • Steam-Driven, Rigid Six-Wheeled (R. Garrett & Sons, Ltd.), 608* See also Tractors
  • Motorships under Construction, Lloyd’s Sta¬tistics, 81, 528
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 556
  • Lost-, Lloyd’s Statistics, 46, 136, 388, 641
  • “ Polyphemus,” Marine Oil-Engine Trials
  • Committee, Report on, 676*, 680*, 711*, 724*. See Errata, 725
  • Progress of Marine Oil Engines, 96
  • Relation of Size, Speed and Power, 21, 28*
  • “ Tanjandoen,” 7,600-b.h.p. Sulzer-Diesel Engine, 147*
  • See also Marine Propulsion Motovariatore Variable-Speed Gear, 596* Mottling of Tin-Plates, Causes of, 455 Mouchel, L. G., and Partners, Ltd., Clarence
  • Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 37*, 63*, 123*, 245*, 306*, 425*, 511*, 545*, 632*
  • Moulds, Centrifugal Pipe-Casting Plant, Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., 93*
  • Mount Isa, Queensland, Lead Production, 504 Mowing Machine (Bamfords, Ltd.), 86*
  • Two-Horse Type (International Har¬vester Co. of Great Britain, Ltd.), 33*
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers Mumford, A. G., Ltd., Rotary Piston Steam Engine, 375
  • Munich Steam Tables, 684*, 707
  • Municipal and County Engineers, Institution of,
  • Diploma in Administration Examination, 790
  • Municipal Electrical Association, Incorporated, Scarborough Meeting, Value of Lighting Load to Authorised Undertakings, by 0. W. Sully, 19 ; Annual Dinner, 19
  • Tramways and Transport Association. See Tramways
  • Murdoch, W., Pioneer of Gas Lighting, 594; Correspondence of, 199
  • Murphy, A. J., on Alloys of Silver and Mercury, 396
  • Murray, A., Life and Work of, 784
  • Museum, Colonial, International, Paris, Found¬ing of, 794
  • Geological, South Kensington, Strain Measurements, 351
  • Industrial, Home Office, Work of, 232
  • Science, South Kensington, Opening of Children’s Gallery, 767

N

  • NASMYTH’S Invention of Steam Hammer, 558
  • National Automatic Tool Co., Multiple-Drilling and Tapping Machine, 568*
  • Bank of Commerce Building, New York, Underpinning of Foundations, 251*
  • Crisis and Engineering Industry, 412
  • Economics and Organisation, 379
  • Expenditure, Committee on, Report, 172
  • National Gas Engine Co., Ltd., 150-h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 371*
  • Government and Empire Development, 585
  • Physical Laboratory, Report on Work, 5*,
  • 97*, 142*, 209*, 224, 261*, 289*, 352*, 413*; Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 103 ; Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 428*, 470. See 142, 209* ; Researches on Al¬loys of Iron, 457 ; Standard Temperature for Adjustment of Gauges, &c., 735; Researches on Spring Steels, 795
  • Policy of Electrification, 793
  • Safety First Association, Notes for “ Safety ” Organisers, 107
  • Naval Architects, Training in France and England, 26, 49

Naval Architects, Institution of :

  • Martell, Parsons and Denny Scholarships, 709
  • Summer Meeting, Paris:
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 21
  • Reports of Discussions, 21, 49, 67, 96
  • Institution Dinner, 51
  • Visits and Excursions, 50, 97
  • Draught and Dimensions of Most Economi¬cal Ship, by Sir J. H. Biles, 28*. See 21 Researches and Tendencies in Contem¬porary Naval Construction, by C.
  • Francois, 25. See 49 Effect of Rough Water on Propulsion of
  • Single-Screw Ships, by J. L. Kent, 50 Technique and Use of Aircraft and their
  • Relation to Naval Technique, by L. Kahn, 67
  • Effect of Modern Machinery on Design of Large Ships, by A. T. Wall and H. C. Carey, 89. See 68, 92
  • Development of Marine Internal-Combus¬tion Engines, by P. Dumanois, 96
  • Naval-Brass Sheet and Strip, Specification, 77
  • Construction and Aeronautical Science,
  • Relation between, 67* See also Warships
  • Engineering History, Chapters in, 188, 782
  • Engineers, Early Training and Entry, 188
  • See also Warships
  • Navigation, Aerial, Gyro-Horizon (Sperry
  • Gyroscope Co., Ltd.), 332*
  • Echometer Depth Sounder (Marconi In¬ternational Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 405*
  • Helm and Look-Out Indicators (Siemens Brothers, & Co., Ltd.), 332*
  • Wireless Rotating Beacon, Port of Rangoon, 252 ; Orfordness Rotating Beacon, Report, 283
  • Navvy, Steam. See Excavating Machine Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships
  • See also Warships ; Naval; and Paragraph Index
  • Neal, R. H., <fc Co., Ltd., Contractors’ Mast
  • Crane, 694* ; Mobile Crane, 694
  • Near East and Palestine Exhibition, 1932, 450
  • Negretti & Zambia, Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 408
  • Nelson, G., on Plant Cultivation with Electric Light, 357
  • Nelson River, Canada, White Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 312
  • Netherlands, Economic Conditions in, Report, 176
  • New South Wales Shale-Oil Industry, Report, 731
  • York, Elevated Express Highway, 799*
  • Hell Gate Power Station, 70,000 kv.-a. Transformer, 740
  • Subway Construction Methods, 158*, 250*, 572*
  • Zealand, Economic Conditions Report, 587
  • Industries and Resources of, 589
  • Meat, Food Investigation Board Re¬searches, 150
  • Wellington Harbour Floating Dock, 150, 552.
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 800 kv.-a. Transformer, 378* ; Dunston
  • Power Station, 50,000-kw. Turbo-Alter¬nators, 638*
  • Newcomen Society, JoIIilfe & Banks, Contrac¬tors, by H. W. Dickinson, 559 ; Annual Report, 748
  • Newgrip Drill-Sharpening Machine, 693
  • Newson, J. E., on Failure of High-Strength Brass, 508*. See 383
  • Nickel-Chromium Steels, Chemical Analysis of, 225
  • Steel, Creep in, 270*
  • Influence of Silicon on, 443, 450*
  • Nile Delta Reclamation Scheme Pumping Plant, 722*
  • River, Railway Bridge, Jinja, Uganda, 271*
  • Nitriding of Aluminium-Chromium-Molyb- denum Steels, 475*, 485*
  • Nitrogen Oxides, Production in Gas Appliances, Researches on, 619
  • N’Kana Mine, Rhodesia, Underground Drag- Scraper Plant, 593*
  • Noise Investigations at National Physical Laboratory, 261*
  • Nomogram for Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference, 194*
  • for Survey Adjustments, 204
  • Non-Ferrous Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy Non-Metallic Slag Systems, Equilibrium of, 457
  • Nord berg Manufacturing Co., Crusher, 696
  • Nordostschwclzerischc Kraftwerko A.-G., W&g-gital Hydro-Electric Scheme, 292*
  • “ Norfolk ” Spade for Discharging Slack Coal, 196*
  • Norris, Hciity <fc Gardners, Ltd., Oil Engines at Shipping Exhibition, 324
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Founding of Laing Memorial & Lecture, 471; Scholarship Awards, 521; Annual Report, 611
  • of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Hydrogenation of Coal, by Dr. A. Crawford, 735
  • Notes from, 15, 45, 77, 107, 137, 169, 199, 229, 257, 285, 315, 361, 409, 437, 465, 495, 525, 553, 582, 611, 641, 671, 700, 730, 763. See Paragraph Index
  • West, Notes from, 15, 45, 77, 107, 137, 169,
  • 229, 257, 285, 315, 360, 409, 437, 465, 494, 525, 552, 582, 611, 640, 671, 701, 731, 763, 791. See Paragraph Index
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute, Prospectus, 314
  • Northern Coke Research Committee, Report, 230
  • Railway of Spain, 3,600-h.p. Electric Loco¬motive, 473*
  • Norton Grinding Wheel Co., Ltd., Welwyn Works, 725
  • Norwich, Gravel-Washing Plant at Thorpe, 222*
  • Notched - Ba r Tests. Sec Tests (Materials)
  • Notes on New Books. See Books and Litera¬ture Index
  • Sec Cleveland; North; North-West; South-West; South Yorkshire; Labour. See also Paragraph Index
  • Nozzles, Fuel, for High-Speed Diesel Engines, 736*
  • Steam Turbine, Efficiency of, 48
  • Nusselt, Prof. W., Researches on Heat Trans¬mission, 801*
  • Nut and Bolt Works, British Dardelet Thread- lock, Ltd., 535*

O

  • OAKDEN, J.C., on Efficiency of Steam Nozzles. 48

Obituary :

  • Aclicson, Dr. E. G., 51
  • Adamson, J., 258
  • Avcling, T. L., 502
  • Barr, Prof. A., 205*
  • Bell, Sir H., Bart., 19*
  • Bone, W. L., 725
  • Broadhcad, J. H., 252
  • Cook, A. J., 591
  • Clinker, R, C., 193
  • Edison, T. A., 532
  • Garton, E., 726
  • Gooch, G., 551
  • Grubb, Sir H., 403
  • Hall, H., 612
  • James, A. T., 339
  • Jewson, H., 730
  • Kcrmode, J. J., 680
  • Lewis, L. W., 533
  • Marshall, J. T., 770
  • McKechnie, Sir J., 532
  • Monash, General Sir J., 502
  • Morrison, R., 315
  • Brest, S. F., 83
  • Ransome, J. S., 280
  • Reed, T. A., 525
  • Robins, E., 473
  • Stanton, Sir T., 280*
  • Stoney, E. W., 533
  • Trevithick, F. H., 769
  • Volckman, G. W., 113
  • Walton, A. H., 650
  • Woodman, W. A. E., 198
  • Wright, A., 143
  • Observatory, Stockholm, Twin Visual and Photographic Refractor, 273*
  • Oden, S., on Plant Cultivation with Electric Light, 357
  • Oerlikon Company, Regenerative Braking System for Single-Phase Locomotives, 301*
  • Offices, Daylight Illumination in, Report, 272
  • Ogilvie, Sir F. G., Memorial Fund, 40
  • Ohio State University, Report on Effect of
  • Calcium Chloride on Concrete, 384
  • Oil Bath for Thermometer Calibration (Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • and Coal from National Standpoint, 468
  • Coconut, Industry, 481*
  • Deposits, Genesis of, 757
  • Diesel, Testing of, 333
  • Engines. Sec Engines, Oil; Motor Cars;
  • Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • Expelling Plant, Copra (Rose, Downs A Thompson, Ltd.), 483*
  • Filler, Seamless Steel (J. Kaye & Sons, Ltd.), 15
  • Filters (Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd.), 367
  • Portable (Stream-Line Filter Co., Ltd.), 366*
  • Fuel, Alberta, Use by Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 229
  • Equipment, Monte Video Power Station. 600*
  • Production from Creosote, 636
  • Lamps and Heaters, Manufacture of, 568
  • Lubricating, Improvement by Chemicals, 7
  • Oil Industry in Canada, 400
  • Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • Purifier, Centrifugal, Portable (Hopkinsons, Ltd.), 368*
  • Separator, Cornyn (Separators, Ltd.), 375
  • Vickcen (British Separators, Ltd.), 307*
  • Shales of New South Wales, Report, 731
  • Switches. See Switchgear
  • See also Lubrication; Petroleum
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Oldham Albion Spinning Co., Ltd., Failure of Steam Engine Steam Chest, 184
  • Olympia. See Exhibition
  • Omnibus, Motor. See Motor Omnibus
  • Station, Belfast, Lamella Roof Construction, 42*
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Annual Report, 031
  • Sault Ste. Marie, Developments at, 486
  • Opal Glasses, Theory of, 311.
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Optical Indicator for Oil Engine Research, 687*
  • Methods of Steam Research, 651, 684*
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Researches, National Physical Laboratory, 263
  • Optics, Lucas Focusing Gear for Microscopes (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Spectroscopic Methods of Steam Research, 651, 684*
  • Spectroscope, Workshop, for Steel Examination, 746*
  • “ Ordie,” Steam Trawler, Boiler Explosion in, 152
  • Ore Deposits, Genesis of, 757
  • Orfordness Radio Rotating Beacon, Report, 283 ; Tests of, 413 ; National Physical Laboratory Researches, 414*
  • Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Organisation and Economies, National, 379
  • Ormandv, Dr. W. R., on Coal, Smokeless Fuel and Oil, 408, 468
  • O’Shaughnessy, F. R., on Bacterial Digestion of Sludge, 616
  • Ougre Coating Process for Steel Railway Sleepers, 776
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • Electric, Forced-Draught (Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 364*
  • Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • Expenses (Review), 112
  • Lines, Power Transmission, Progress in Great Britain, 618
  • Overseas Trade Department, Report on Economic Conditions in British Malaya, 309; in Chile, 498 ; in Czechoslovakia, 140: in the Netherlands, 176 ; in Denmark, 59 ; in Poland, 260; in New Zealand, 587 ; in Union of South Africa, 766; Report on Trade of Bulgaria, 551 ; on Trade of Syria, 521
  • Oxy-Acetylenc Welding. Sec Welding Oxygen and Hydrogen Cell (International
  • Electrolytic Plant Co.), 75*
  • Jet Cutting Machines (Hancock & Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 378
  • as Standard of Atomic Weight, 734
  • Ozalid-Fuke Print-Developing Machine, 505*. See Erratum, 533
  • Ozonair, Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition. 408

P

  • PAGAN, L., Port Marghera, Venice, 218*, 395*, 453*. See Erratum, 257
  • Palestine and Near East Exhibition, 1932, 450
  • Pan, Cast-Iron, Steam-Jacketed, Explosion of, 152
  • Paper Industry, Proposed Establishment in Australia, 15
  • Manufacture in Canada, 459, 487*
  • Tracing, 256, 384, 471, 503
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • ’Praetors. See Tractors
  • Paris International Colonial Exhibition, 794
  • Colonial Museum, Founding of, 794
  • Meeting, Institution of Naval Architects.
  • See Fatal Architects
  • Parker, F., Ltd., Kubit Stone Breaker, 119* ; Exhibits at Public Works Exhibition, 694
  • Parker, Winder <fe Achurch, Ltd., Portable Conveyor, 666*
  • Parkerizing Rust-Proofing Process (Pyrene Co., Ltd.), 475*
  • Parkin, M., on Thermo-Couples and Suction Pyrometers for Glass Furnaces, 153
  • Parry, Admiral Sir W. E., Life and Work of, 783
  • Parsons, C. A., <& Co., Ltd., 250-kw. Uniplane
  • Geared Turbo-Alternator Set, 325* ; 800 kv.-a. Transformer, 378* ; 50,000-kw., 36,000-kw.and 18,750-kw. Turbo-Alterna¬tors, 638*
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Kingswood,” Exhaust Steam-Tur¬bine Trials, 167
  • Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 120-b.h.p. Six- Cylinder Petrol Engine, 180*; 115-h.p. Six-Cylinder Petrol Engines on Rail Motor Coach, 435*
  • Parsons, Sir C. A., Work of, 439, 445
  • Partridge, Dr. J. H., on Measurement of Tem¬perature in Glass Furnaces, 153
  • Pasquali, G., Port Marghera, Venice, 395
  • Passavant-Werke G.m.h.H., Electrically-Oper¬
  • ated Sluice Gates, 749*
  • Patent Record, 62*, 154*, 394*. See Patent Record index
  • Patentees, Institute of (Inc.), Exhibition of Inventions, 490
  • Paterson, C. C., on Specification for Street Lighting, 311 ; on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Patternmaking (Review), 35
  • Paugan Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, Gatineau River, 487*
  • Paving Stones, Concrete, Standard Tests, 77
  • Payne, R. J. M., on Transformation in Gold-Copper Alloys, 398
  • Pearce, J. G., on* Cast Iron and Foundry Prac¬tice, 9
  • Pearce, Dr. S. L., on Power Station Design, 739
  • Pearson, S., A Son, Ltd., Valparaiso Break¬water Extension, 770
  • Pels, H., A Co., Ltd., Billet-Shearing and Bar- Cropping Machines, 828*
  • Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co. Turbo-Electric Liners ‘‘Strathnaver” and” Strathaird,” 113
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Locomotive rest¬ing Plant, 88
  • Percolation under Masonry Aprons, 528
  • Perman A Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 408
  • Person, l)r. H. S., on World Economics, 334
  • Personal, 14, 44, 77, 100, 136, 168, 108, 228, 256,284, 314, 360, 408, 430, 464, 404, 524, 552, 582, 600, 640, 070, 700, 730, 762, 700
  • Petrol Motors. See Aeronautics: Engines, Petrol ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • Petroleum Harbour, Port Marghera, Venice, 221*
  • Industry and British Fuel Problem, 570
  • Technologists, Institution of, Fuel Testing in Slow- and High-Speed Diesel Engines, by L. J. Le Mesurier, and R. Stanstleld, 333
  • See* also Oil; Engines, Oil
  • Petters, Ltd., 7-h.p. Single-Cylinder Oil En¬gine, 34* ; Marine Diesel Machinery, 212* ; Oil Engines at Shipping Exhibition, 323; 4-b.h.p. Opposed-Cylinder Petrol Engine, 603* ; Universal Petrol-Paratlin Engine, 604*
  • Pfeil, Dr. L. B., on Nickel-Copper Alloys, 382
  • Philadelphia Buildings, Underpinning of Foundations, 160*
  • Centennial Exposition, 1876, Electric Gene¬rators at, 602
  • Phosphate, Use with Feed Water, 242, 267
  • Phosphor-Bronze Castings, Specification, 608
  • Sheet and Strip, Specification, 77
  • Photo-Electric Measurements of Daylight Illumination, 310
  • and Visual Measurements, Comparison of, 310
  • Theodolite, Use of, 676
  • Photometers, Portable, Accuracy of, 310
  • Photometric Measurements, Errors in, 310
  • Research at National Physical Laboratory, 414
  • Photometry of Coloured Lamps, 310
  • Precision in, 310
  • Photomicrographs. Sec Mierophotographs
  • Physical and Biological Sciences, Inter-Rela¬tionship, 51
  • Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Laboratory. See National Physical Physics, Acoustics (Review), 460
  • Atomic Repulsion, National Physical La¬boratory Investigations, 289
  • and Biology, Inter-Relationship, 51
  • Cavendish, H., Work of, 488
  • Cohesion Researches, National Physical Laboratory, 289
  • of Combustion of Gases, 645, 675
  • Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 261*
  • Faraday and Maxwell, Work of, 347. See 469
  • Light, Determination of Primary Standard, 414
  • Maxwell, Clerk, Work of, 469. See 347.
  • Mechanical Forces between Electrons, 615
  • Radiological Research, National Physical Laboratory, 263
  • Radium Commission, National, Researches
  • at National Physical Laboratory, 263
  • Researches on Steam, 143*, 518*, 550*, 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • Spectrographic Analysis of Metals and Alloys, 397
  • Spectroscope, Workshop, for Steel Examina¬tion, 746*
  • Spectroscopic Methods of Steam Research, 651, 684*
  • Thomson-.Joule Effect, Measurement of,146*, 684
  • Unit of Atomic Weight, 734
  • Vapour Compositions, Apparatus for De¬termining, 19
  • Viscometry, Monograph of (Review), 206
  • and World-Picture of To-day, 413, 497
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Pick, F.» on Traffic and Growth of Cities, 527
  • Picks, Coal-Cutter, Ignition of Firedamp by, Report, 223
  • Tipped, in Coal-Cutting Machines (Mayor A Coulson, Ltd.), 41
  • Pickard, H., on Coal Tar for Road Surfacing, 668
  • Pickering, Ltd., 30-cwt. Overhead Travelling Crane. 254*
  • Pierhead Caissons, Port Marghera, Venice, 220
  • Pig Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Piled Retaining Walls, Design of, 274*, 335*. See Letter, 678
  • Piles, Foundation, New York Elevated Ex¬press Highway, 799*
  • Sectional, for Underpinning Foundations, New York Buildings, 251*
  • Pinckney, C. M., New York Elevated Express Highway, 799*
  • Pinions. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • ‘‘Piobert” Lines on Overstressed Materials, 299*, 517
  • Pipes, Cast-Iron, Sand-Spun, Manufacture of, 93*
  • Iron, Spedllcation, 198
  • Line, Steel, River Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 191*
  • Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • Welded Steel (South Durham Steel and Iron Co., Ltd.), 252
  • See also Tubes
  • Pirani, M., on Combination of Lighting Systems, 311
  • Pit Props, Timber, Tests on, Report, 804
  • Pivot and Jewel Bearings, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 290*
  • Planing Machine. See Machine Tools Plant Cultivation with Electric Light, 357 Plastic Strain in Relation to Fatigue in Mild Steel, 389*. See 517
  • Plasticity of Clay, 193
  • Plate-Shearing Machine. Sec Machine Tools
  • Plate, Stayed, Deflections and Stresses in, 692
  • Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Platinum-Resistance Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Plough, Mole (J. & F. Howard, Ltd.), 84*
  • Plunger Pump. See Pump
  • Pneuconex Grit-Catchers, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • Pneumatic Hay Conveyors, 155
  • Tools. Sec Machine Tools
  • See Compressed Air ; Air Compressor Pochobradsky, B., on Vibrations in Turbine
  • Wheels and Blades, 541* ; on Problems in Coal Industry, 643. See LETTER, 078
  • Poland, Economic Conditions in, Report, 260
  • Pole, Sir F., on Engineering Progress, 733. See Letter, 789
  • Pole-Mounting Switch Fuse (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 798*
  • Traction, Tubular, Specification, 107
  • “ Polyphemus,” M.S., Marine Oil-Engine Trials Committee, Report on, 676*, 680*,7ll*, 724*. See Errata, l'2b
  • Polytechnic. See Education
  • Pomeroy, L. H., on Engineering and Foundry Trades, 10
  • Port Arthur, Canada, Grain Elevators, 459*
  • of London, Annual Report, 557
  • Authority, Duties of, 587 ; Road and Railway Lighting at Docks, 715*
  • of Valparaiso, Improvement of, 770
  • Marghera, Venice, 218*, 395*, 453*. See Erratum, 257
  • Trust, Rangoon, Wireless Rotating Beacon, 252
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Introduction of Ma¬chinery into, 783
  • Post Office, British, Measurement of Radio- Frequency Variations, 673
  • Packets, Transfer to Admiralty, 783
  • Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Coal Power Companies and Electric Supply, 555.
  • See Erratum, 715
  • Engineering, Early Evolution of, 571
  • Gas. See Gas ; Engines, Gas
  • and the Internal-Combustion Engine (Re¬view), 721
  • Plants, Hydro-Electric, Canadian, 312, 487, 631
  • Hydro-Electric, llerdecke, Germany, 40,000 kv.-a. Hydraulic Transmitter and Clutch, 8*
  • Hydro-Electric, Pumped-Storage, Sillre, Sweden, 61*
  • Hydro-Electric, Pumped Storage, Waggi-tal, Switzerland, 292*
  • Hydro-Electric, River Shannon, Tas¬mania, 190*
  • Hydro-Electric, Shanan, Punjab, 12,000- kw., Alternator, 53*
  • Hydro-Electric, in Sweden, 346
  • See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ; Substations
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Production in Canada, 486
  • Relative Merits of Steam, Oil and Gas, 439, 444. See Letter, 561
  • for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propul¬sion ; Ship Resistance
  • Station, Electric, Acton Lane Turbovane
  • Induced-Draught Fan, 307*
  • Electric, Battersea, Condensers, 452
  • Electric, Brighton, Extension, 609
  • Electric, British, 618
  • Electric, British, Fuel Consumption and Units Generated, 110
  • Electric, in Canada, 338
  • Electric, Clarence Dock, Liverpool, 37*, 63*, 123*, 245*, 306*, 425*, 511*, 545,* 632*
  • Electric, Copenhagen, 36,000-kw. Turbo-Alternators, 639
  • Electric, Developments in Design, 739
  • Electric, Dunston, 50,000-kw. Turbo- Alternators, 638*
  • Electric, Ford Motor Co., Dagenham, 1,200-lb. Pressure Steam Turbine, 225
  • Electric, Harrogate, Yarrow Boilers,740*
  • Electric, Hell Gate, 70,000 kv.-a. Trans¬former, 740
  • Electric, Hong Kong, 12,500-kw. Brush-Ljungstrbm Turbine, 730
  • Electric, Ironbridge, 50,000-kw. Turbo-Generator, 53*
  • Electric, Langerbrugge, Benson Boiler, 341
  • Electric, Lots Road, 18,750-kw. Turbo-Alternator, 639
  • Electric, Mannheim, 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, Report, 241*, 267*
  • Electric, Monte Video, 599*, 657*, 749*, 785*
  • Electric, Port Marghera, Venice, 453*
  • Electric, Relative Position of Steam, Gas and Oil in, 439, 445. See Letter, 561
  • Electric, Southampton, Electric Shunt¬ing Locomotive, 272*
  • Electric, Stockport, 523
  • See also Power Plants; Substations Supply, Electric, British, Fuel Consumption
  • and Units Generated, 110
  • Electric, Cost of, 793
  • Electric, Electricity Commissioners’ An¬nual Report, 674
  • Electric, in France, Report, 796
  • Electric, and Lighting Jx>ad, 19
  • Electric, Liverpool, 37*
  • Electric, National Policy for, 793
  • Electric, Ontario, Report, 631
  • Electric, by Power Companies, 555. See Erratum, 715
  • Electric, Relative Position of Steam, Gas and Oil Engines, 439, 445. Sec Letter, 561
  • Electric, in Rural Districts, 668
  • Electric, Statistics for Leading Industrial Countries, 618
  • Electric, Stockport, 523
  • Electric, Sydney, Annual Report, 168
  • Electric, Use in Agriculture, 357
  • Transmission, Electric, High-Tension Direct-Current, 743*
  • Power Transmission, Overhead Lines, Progress in Great Britain, 618
  • in Kail Motor Cars, 287
  • See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion Water, in Canada, Statistics, 488
  • See also Hydraulic; Poiver Plants,
  • Hydro-Electric; Turbines, Hydraulic Prandtl Type Wind Tunnel, 470, 563*
  • Preece, A., on Iron-Tin Alloys, 442
  • Presidential Address to British Association, by
  • Gen. .1. C. Smuts, on Scientific World Picture of To-day, 413, 497
  • to British Association (Engineering Section), by Sir J. A. Ewing, on Power, 444. See 439, 470. See LETTER, 561
  • to British Waterworks Association, by D. Adams, on Belfast Public Utility Services, 103
  • to Institute of Transport, by F. Pick, on Traffic and Growth of Cities, 527
  • to Institution of Automobile Engineers, by W. A. Tookey, on Internal-Combustion Engines, 468
  • to Institution of Civil Engineers, by Sir C. Kirkpatrick, on the Tidal Thames, 587
  • to Institution of Electrical Engineers, by Capt. J. M. Donaldson, on Electric Power Supply, 555. See Erratum, 715
  • to Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders in Scotland, by A. Gilchrist, on Efficiency of Marine Machinery, 528
  • to Institution of Mechanical Engineers,
  • by Lieut.-Col. E. K. Clark, on Humanity under the Hammer, 557
  • to International Congress of the History
  • of Science and Technology, by Dr. C. Singer, on Beginnings of Science, 10
  • to .Junior Institution of Engineers, by
  • Dr. S. L. Pearce, on Power Station Design, 739
  • to Manchester Association of Engineers,
  • by G. E. Stromeyer, on Reliability in Engineering, 498
  • Press, Fabric, Steam-Heated, Failure of, 184
  • Work, Sheet Metal, Treatise on (Review), 515 See Machine Tools
  • Pressed Steel Co. of Great Britain, Ltd., Works of, 239*
  • Prest, S. F., the Late, 83
  • Preston, J. S., on Diffusing Glasses, 311
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., 4-cub. yd. Exca¬vator, 630* ; Single-Chain Sand Grab, 630*
  • Print-Developing Machine (Ozalid Co., Ltd.), 505*. See Erratum, 533
  • “ Prinz Regent Luitpold,” German Battleship, Salvage of, 96*
  • Producer Gas Engine. See Engines, Gas Production Economy in Iron and Steel Works, 484
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Efficiency, Single-Screw Ships in Rough Water,*50
  • Model, Experiments on, 209
  • Props, Pit, Timber, Tests on, Report, 804
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion ; Engines; Turbines; Propellers; Ship Resistance Prospecting, Geophysical Methods of, 706
  • Protection, Effect * on Industries, 613. See Letter, 617
  • Protractor, Shadow, for Screw Thread Measure¬ment, 289
  • Pterodactyl Aeroplane (Westland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 152*
  • Public Cleansing Conference and Exhibition, International, London, 141, 173*
  • Utility Services, Belfast, 103
  • Works, Australian, Engineering Failures in, 411
  • Department, Shanghai, Report, 795
  • Facilities Act, 1930, Guide to (Review), 35
  • Roads and Transport Congress, Pro¬gramme, 554 ; Effects of Motor Transport on Village Economy, by F. G. Richens, 668; Waterless Gas-Holders, by F. M. Birks, 668; Use of Coal Tar for Road Surfacing, by H. Pickard, 668; Exten¬sion of Electricity Supplies to Rural Dis¬tricts, by E. W. Dickinson, 668; Use of Coke Breeze Concrete in Buildings, by Dr. B. H. Knight, 668; Design, Equip¬ment and Operation of Small Sewage Works, by N. S. Bowes, 668 ; Biochem¬istry ami Analysis of Sewage, by G. Berry, 669 ; Collection and Disposal of House Refuse, by S. C. Baggott, 669; Street Lighting in Relation to Transport, by 11. Davies, 669
  • Roads and Transport Exhibition, Royal Agricultural Hall, 627*, 663*, 693*. See Errata, 670
  • Pulley, Steel. Split, Sankey-Lloyd, 409
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd., Filtration Plant, Redcar Baths, 251 ; Vertical- Spindle Marine Pump, 326* ; Rotary and Plunger Pumps, 698*
  • Pulverised-Fuel Plant, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 245*
  • Plant for Forging Furnace (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 377*
  • Pulverising Machine, Swing-Hammer (British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd.,), 346*
  • Pumps, Agricultural, German, 156*
  • Air-Pressure, for Acids (Tungstone Patent High-Pressure Casting Co.), 75* See also Air Compressors
  • Auxiliary, S.S. “Monarch of Bermuda,” 780*
  • Axial-Flow, Nile Delta Reclamation Scheme, 723
  • Centrifugal, for Acids (Gwvnnes Pumps, Ltd.), 75
  • Air-Driven (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • Feed and Circulating, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 425*
  • Circulating, Monte Video Power Station, 750*
  • Electro-Magnetic, 742*
  • Feed, Mannheim, 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 270
  • Lubricating, 32-Point (Hopkinsons, Ltd.), 368*
  • Marine, Vertical-Spindle (Pulsometer Engi¬neering Co., Ltd.), 326*
  • Pumps, Rotary and Plunger (Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.), 698*
  • Tree-Spraying (Drake & Fletcher, Ltd.), 69
  • Pumping Plant, Nile Delta Reclamation Scheme 722*
  • Set, Oil/ Petrol-Driven (Stothert Pitt, Ltd.), 372*
  • Portable, Petrol-Driven (Winget, Ltd.), 630*
  • Station, Josephs Road, Guildford, 132
  • Punjab, Shanan Hydro-Electric Plant, 12,000-kw., 11,000-volt Alternator, 53*
  • Purdue University, Locomotive Testing Sta¬tion, 88
  • Purification of Sewage. See Sewage of Water. See H ofer
  • Purifier, Oil, Centrifugal, Portable (Hopkinsons, Ltd.), 368*
  • Portable, for Transformer Oil (Alta-Laval Co Ltd.), 325*
  • Pyrene Co., Ltd., Rust-Proofing Processes, 475
  • Pyrometer, Multiple-Bush, for Rotary Cement Kilns, 03*
  • Suction, for Glass Furnaces, 153

Q

  • QUARTZ Fibres, Manufacture cf, 3
  • Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., Single-Operator Welding Generator, 183*
  • Quay Walls, Port Marghera, Venice, 220*, 39o
  • Queensland, Mount Isa, Lead Production, 504
  • Quenching of Steel. See lleat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Quicksilver. See Mercury and Metal-Price Diagrams

R

  • “ R.100,” H.M. Airship, Sale of, 384
  • “ R.101,” H.M. Airship, Tragedy of (Review), 662
  • Radial Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Radiation, Heat, of Superheated Steam, Re¬searches on, 745*
  • Pyrometers. Sec Pyrometers
  • Radio Engineering, Experimental (Review), 754
  • Research Board, Report on Orfordness Ro¬
  • tating Beacon, 283 ; Work at National Phy¬sical Laboratory, 413* ; Annual Report, 784
  • Rotating Beacon, Orfordness, Tests of, 413 ;
  • National Physical Laboratory Researches 414*
  • Radiological Research, National Physical Laboratory, 263
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless Radiotelephony. Sec Telephony, Wireless Radium Commission, National, Researches at National Physical Laboratory, 263
  • Rail Ends, Battered, Electric Welding of, 452
  • Motor Coaches. See Carriages
  • Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Railroad, Chesapeake and Ohio, 2-10-4 Type Freight Locomotives, 226*
  • Pennsylvania, Locomotive Testing Plant, 88 See also Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • Argentine Transandine, Metre-Gauge Rail Coach Chassis, 164*
  • Association, American, Report on Rail Motor Cars, 287
  • Bermuda, Petrol-Driven Carriages, 435*, 479*
  • Bridge. See Bridge
  • British, Consumption of Timber by, 616
  • Canadian, National Importance of, 457*, 486
  • Pacific, Use of Alberta Oil Fuel, 229 ;
  • Welding of Battered Rail Ends, 452
  • Carriage. See Carriage
  • Construction in China, 193
  • Diesel-Electric Traction on, 503, 523
  • East African, Development of, 271*
  • Electric, Single-Phase, Regenerative Brak¬ing on, 301*
  • Electrification, Alternatives to, 287
  • Est, Motor-Driven Carriages with Pneu¬matic Tyres, 294*
  • Fuel Association, International, Chicago Meeting, 107
  • German State, 2,400-kw. Portable Mercury-Arc Rectifier Substation, 622 ; Locomotive Testing Plant, 88*
  • Great Western, Locomotive Testing Plant,
  • 79, 88 ; 3,000-gallon Tank Milk Wagon, 617* ; Use of Steel Sleepers, 788, 777*
  • Italian State, 2,000-kw. Portable Mercury-Arc Rectifier Substation, 622*
  • Kenya and Uganda, Jinja Bridge over River Nile, 271
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • London, Midland and Scottish, 65-Ton Rail Trolley for Locomotives, 39* ; Horwicli Works, Explosion of Steam Pipe, 152; Use of Steel Sleepers on, 768, 778*
  • and North Eastern, Converted 4-6-2
  • Type Tank Locomotives, 208* ; Third- Class Sleeping Carriage, 244* ; Locomo¬tive-Boiler Washing-out Plant, 653* ; Use of Steel Sleepers on, 778*
  • Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • Northern of Spain, 3,600-h.p. Electric Loco¬motive, 473*
  • Policies and Progress, 733. See Letter, 789
  • and Road Lighting, London Docks, 715*
  • Rolling Stock, Breakage, of Bogie Truck Frames, 264*
  • Stock. See also Carriages; Locomo¬tives ; Wagons Siamese State, 450-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 210*
  • Sleepers, Steel, Manufacture and Use of, 767, 775*
  • Southern, Tests of Strowger-lludd Auto¬matic Train-Control System, 710; Use of Steel Sleepers, 768, 778*
  • Street. See Tramways
  • Swedish State, Electrification of, 22
  • Swiss Federal. Regenerative Braking on, 301*
  • Railway Traction, Electric (Review), 575
  • Internal-Combustion Engines for, 287
  • Train Brake. See Brake Underground. See Underground Victorian Government, Locomotive Shop, Melbourne, 22 Wagons. See Wagons
  • See also Railroads and Paragraph Index Rainfall and Chalk Water System, Northern
  • Surrey, 234*
  • Raisby Hill Limestone Co., Ltd., Aerial Rope¬way, 521*
  • Raleigh Cycle Co., Ltd., 5-cwt, Three-Wheeled Commercial Motor Vehicle, 774*
  • Rammer, Backfill, Pneumatic (Broom & Wade, Ltd.), 665*
  • Ramps, New York Elevated Express Highway, • 99
  • Rangoon Port Trust, Wireless Rotating Bea¬con, 252
  • Rankine’s Theory of Earth Pressure, 501
  • Raukine, Prof. A. O., on Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, 706
  • Ransome, J. S., the Late, 280
  • Ransomes Rapier, Ltd., Half-Cubic Yard Excavator, 663*; Portable Concrete
  • Placer, 663*
  • Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ltd., Power-Driven Binder, 86*
  • Rating of Oil-Engine Fuels, 605, 689*, 755
  • Reavell <fc Co., Ltd., Two-Crank Single-Acting Air Compressor, 376* ; Hopper-Cooled Single-Stage Air Compressor, 377* ; Port¬able Air-Compressing Set, 693* ; Pneuma¬tic Concrete Breaker, 693*
  • Recalescence Curves. See Metallurgy
  • Receiver, Steam, Clarence Dock Power Sta¬tion, Liverpool, 247*
  • Reclamation of Land from the Sea (Review),663
  • Record Electrical Co., Ltd., Electrical Tach¬ometer, 365*
  • Rectifiers, Mercury-Arc, Developments in, 727*,
  • Redcar Swimming Baths, Filtration Plant, 251
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Marine Pro¬pulsion ; Motor-Car Details Reed, T. A., the Late, 525 Rees Roturbo Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Saunders Streamline Valve, 388*
  • Rees, W. J., on Unburnt Bricks for Furnace Linings, 762
  • Reference Books. See Annuals
  • Reflectors, Multiplane, for Road Lamps (Elec¬tric Street Apparatus Co.), 715*
  • Refracting Telescope, Twin Visual and Photo¬graphic, Stockholm Observatory, 273* Refractory Materials, Corrosion Tests of, 762
  • Permeability to Gases, Report, 636
  • Silica Bricks for Coke Ovens, 761
  • Unburnt Bricks for Furnace Linings, 762
  • Refrigerating Arrangements, East Mailing Experimental Fruit Store, 150
  • Plant, Oil-Driven (Tangyes, Ltd.), 404*
  • Steam Lorry, Silica-Gel (“ Sentinel ” Waggon Works, Ltd.), 34*
  • Refrigeration of Meat and Fruit Cargoes, 645
  • See also Cold Storage
  • Refuse Collector, Motor (British Mercedes-Benz, Ltd.), 173*
  • Disposal Appliances, Exhibition, 141, 173* at Lincoln, 669
  • Plant, Huddersfield, Operating Results, 132
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace Regulator for Small Pressures, Double-Relay
  • (Drayton Regulator <fc Instrument Co., Ltd.), 331*
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace Reinforced Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete Reif, E. R., on Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel at National Physical Laboratory, 428*.
  • See 470. See 142, 209 ♦
  • Rempen Power Station, WSggital Hydro-Electric Scheme, 292*
  • Remuneration of Labour. See Labour Repeated Stresses. See Alternating Stress
  • under Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Accidents on British Railways, 335
  • Action of Hydrogen upon Coal, 291
  • Administration of Road Fund, 1930-31, 704
  • Aeronautical Research Committee, 1930-31, 660
  • Agricultural Machinery Testing Committee, 202
  • Research in 1930, 765
  • Annual, Alkali Works, 1930, 153
  • Association of Consulting Engineers, 16
  • Electricity Commissioners, 674 ; Fuel Consumption and Units Generated, 110 Factories and Workshops, Home Office Inspector’8, 231
  • Food Investigation Board, 149
  • Industrial Health Research Board, 288
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, 23
  • Liverpool Corporation Tramways and Omnibuses, 409
  • Lloyd’s Register, 556
  • National Institute of Industrial Psy¬chology, 259.
  • Newcomen Society, 748
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commis¬sion, 631
  • Port of London, 557
  • Radio Research Board, 784
  • Royal Agricultural Society, 791
  • Shanghai Public Works Department, 795
  • Sydney Electricity Supply, 168
  • Apprentices for Engineering Trades, 259
  • Barnsley Coal Seam, 167
  • Battery and Cable-Reel Locomotives for Mines, 314
  • Board of Trade, Boiler Explosion Inquiries, 152, 184, 493
  • British Association, Earth Pressures, 501 ;
  • Electrical Terms and Definitions, 617; on Stresses in Overstrained Materials, 517
  • Daylight Illumination in Offices, 272
  • Decay by Fungus of Sitka Spruce, 678
  • Economic Conditions in British Malaya, 309
  • Conditions in Chile, 498
  • Conditions in Czechoslovakia, 140
  • Conditions in Denmark, 59
  • Conditions in the Netherlands, 176
  • Conditions in Poland, 260
  • Conditions in South Africa, 766
  • Report, Education for Engineering Industry, for Salesmanship, 171
  • Effect of Calcium Chloride on Concrete, 384
  • Electricity Supply in France, 790
  • Failure of Water Mains, 218
  • Grading of South Yorkshire Coal, 796
  • Haulage Accidents in Coal Mines, 243
  • Hydrographical Survey of River Tecs, 194
  • Ignition of Firedamp by Coal-Cutter Picks, 223
  • of Firedamp by Explosives, 748
  • Investigations on Ferro-Concrete Columns, 515*
  • Mannheim High-Pressure Steam Plant, 241, 267*
  • Marino Oil-Engine Trials Committee, 676*, 680*, 711*, 724*. See Errata, 725
  • Mechanical Stokers for Brick Kilns, 474
  • National Expenditure, Committee on, 172
  • New South Wales Shale-Oil Industry, 731
  • Northern Coke Research Committee, 230
  • Orfordness Rotating Beacon and Marine Navigation, 283
  • Production of Motor Spirit by Low-Temperature Carbonisation, 737
  • Progress of Civil Aviation, 1930, 661
  • Propagation of Combustion in Powdered Coal, 211
  • Properties of Steel at High Temperature, 203
  • Rail Motor Cars, Use in America, 287
  • Removal of Sulphur Compounds from Water Gas, 221
  • Research Committees of Institution of Gas Engineers, 619, 635
  • Royal Commission on the Civil Service, 232
  • Spontaneous Electrification in Coal-Dust Clouds, 581
  • Stresses in Ferro-Concrete, 181
  • Tests on Timber Pit Props, 804
  • Trade of Bulgaria, 551; of Syria, 521
  • Wear of Cast Iron, 388
  • Workmen’s Compensation Legislation in Latin South America, 649
  • Research, Agricultural, in 1930, Reports, 765
  • Alloys of Iron, 457
  • Association, British Electrical and Allied
  • Industries, Steam Table Conferences, 707
  • Cast-iron, British, Work of, 9; Report on Wear of Cast Iron, 388
  • Non-Ferrous Metals, British, Research on Lead and Lead Alloys, 381, 387 ; Spec¬trograph ic Researches, 397; Researches on Hot Galvanising Process, 479*
  • Wool Industries, Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 103
  • Board, Forest Products, Report on Decay by Fungus of Sitka Spruce, 678
  • Fuel, Report on Sulphur Compounds in Water Gas and their Removal, 221; Re¬port on Action of Hydrogen on Coal, 291
  • Industrial Health, Annual Report, 288
  • Radio, Report on Orfordness Rotating Beacon, 283; Work at National Physical Laboratory, 413* ; Annual Report, 784
  • Safety in Mines, Report on Haulage Acci¬dents in Coal Mines, 243; Report on Ignition of Firedamp by Coal-Cutter Picks, 223 ; Report on Ignition of Fire¬damp by Coal-Mining Explosives, 748 ; Report on Propagation of Combustion in Powdered Coal, 211 ; Report on Spon¬taneous Electrification in Coal-Dust Clouds, 581 ; Test of Inflammability of Mine Dusts, 43; Tests on Timber Pit Props, 894
  • Water Pollution, Report on Hydro-graphical Survey of River Tees, 194
  • Committee, Aeronautical, Design of Com¬pressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 428*. See 142, 209* ; Report, 1930-31, 660
  • Coke, Northern, Report, 230
  • Illumination, Report on Daylight Illumi¬nation in Offices, 272 ; Investigations at National Physical Laboratory, 414*
  • on Springs^ Work of, 97, 795
  • Steam Nozzle, Criticisms of Work of, 48
  • Steel Structures, Work of, 348*
  • Department, Scientific and Industrial, Re¬port of Radio Research Board, 784; Conference on Tests for Fire Resistance, 736; Hydrographical Survey of River Tees, 194 ; Proposed Locomotive Testing Plant, 79, 89; Report on Action of Hy¬drogen upon Coal, 291 ; Report on Barns¬ley Coal Seam, 167 ; Report on Daylight Illumination in Offices, 272; Report of Food Investigation Board, 149; Report on Light Spirits from Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal, 737 ; Report on Orfordness Rotating Beacon and Marine Navigation, 283 ; Report on Progressive Decay by Fungus of Sitka Spruce, 678; Report on Reinforced Concrete, 181 ; Report, South Yorkshire Coalfields, Com¬mercial Grading of Coal, 796 ; Report of Springs Research Committee, 795 ; Report on Sulphur Compounds in Water Gas and their Removal, 221; Research on Alloys of Silver and Mercury, 396 ; Research on Steel Structures, 348*
  • Woolwich, Research on Lead Alloys, 381,
  • 387* ; Research on Nickel-Silicon Steel, 443, 450*
  • Laboratory, Delft, Investigations on Oil-
  • Engine Fuels, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Sheffield, 683*
  • Meeting, Institution of Gas Engineers, 618, 635
  • Station, Building, Conference on Tests for
  • Fire Resistance, 736; Work on Steel Structures, 348* ; Investigations on Earth Pressures, 501 ; Report on Reinforced Concrete, 181
  • East Mailing, Experimental Fruit Store, 150
  • Fuel, Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhi¬bition, 103 ; Report on Light Spirits from Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal, 737
  • Safety in Mines, Buxton, Experiments on Ignition of Firedamp by Coal-Cutter Picks, 223 ; Experiments on Self-Electrifi¬cation of Coal Dust, 581
  • See also National Physical Laboratory
  • Reservoir, Innerthal, Waggital Pumped-Stor- age Hydro-Electric Scheme, 292*
  • Silent Valley, Ireland, 103
  • Resistance, Air. See Jir and Aeronautics Electric. See Electric
  • Pyrometer. See Pyrometer
  • of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Retaining Walls, Piled, Design of, 274*, 335*. See Letter, 678
  • Retorts, Gas, Hot Patching of, 636
  • Waste-Heat Recovery Plant, 104*
  • Reverberation in Broadcasting Studios, 442, 506*, 537*
  • Reversing Gear for Marine Engines (J. I. Thornycroft & Go., Ltd.), 462*
  • Reviews. See Literature Index Reyrolle, A., & Co., Ltd., Electrically-Heated
  • Vaporiser, 505*
  • Rhaetian Railway Co., Regenerative Braking on,301*
  • Rhodesia, N’Kana Mine, Underground Drag- Scraper Plant, 593*
  • Ricardo, H. R., on Diesel Engines, 704*, 736*, 767. See Letter, 789
  • Oil Engine, Ignition and Combustion in, 756*
  • Variable-Compression Petrol Engine, Ex¬periments on Detonation, Spark-Plug Position and Speed, 177*
  • Richardsons, Westgarth & Co., Ltd., Con¬densers for Battersea Power Station, 452 ; 15,000-kw. Steam Turbine, 609
  • Richens, F. G., on Effects of Motor Transport on Village Economy, 668
  • Rigid Airships. See Airships under Aeronautics River Gatineau, Paugan Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, 487*
  • Hooghly, Calcutta, Tunnel under, 361
  • Nelson, Canada, White Mud Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 312
  • Nile, Railway Bridge, Jinja, Uganda, 271*
  • Saguenay, Canada, Paper Mill on, 487*
  • Seine, Vives-Eaux, Shutter-Weir at, 166*
  • Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 190*
  • St. Lawrence, Improvement, Projects, 486
  • Tees, Hydrographical Survey of, 194
  • Thames, History and Development of, 587
  • Yarra, Melbourne, Tunnel under, 58
  • Riveted Steel Structures, Investigations on, 351
  • Roads, British, Construction and Maintenance, 704
  • Express Motor, United States, 795
  • Fund, Administration of, Report, 704
  • Gritting Machine (Johnston Brothers), 630*; (Tuke <fe Bell, Ltd.), 631*
  • Locomotives. See also Motor ; Tractor and Railway Lighting, London Docks, 715*
  • Research National Physical Laboratory, 99*
  • Roller, 8-ton Diesel (Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 31*
  • 15-ton Oil-Driven (Aveling & Porter, Ltd.), 628*
  • 8-ton Oil-Driven (Barford & Perkins, Ltd.), 629*
  • 2£-ton Oil-Driven (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 628*
  • 3-ton Petrol-Driven (Wallis & Steevens, Ltd.), 628*
  • 14-ton Steam (Arnold Waveless Road Roller Co., Ltd.), 667*
  • Scarifier (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 667*
  • Surfacing, Tar for, 668
  • in United States, Statistics, 59
  • Trafiic Act, Effect on Motor-Vehicle Design, 576, 608
  • Transport in Australia, 158
  • and Public Works Congress. See Public Works, Hoads and Transport Congress and Public Works Exhibition, Royal Agricultural Hall, 627*, 663*, 693.* See Errata, 670
  • and Street Lighting, 669
  • Roadways, New York Elevated Express High¬way, 799*
  • Robertson, H., on Electric Lighting and Archi¬tecture, 356
  • Robertson, T. S., on Fatigue in Mild Steel, 389*. See 517
  • Robins, E., the Late, 473
  • Robinson, P. B., on Silica Bricks for Coke Ovens, 761
  • Robinson, P. J., Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 37*, 63*, 123*, 245*, 306*, 425*, 511*, 545*, 632*
  • Rokeling, G. D., on Civil Service Remuneration, 233
  • Roller Bearings. See Bearings Road. See Boad Roller
  • Rolling Mills, Design of Electric Motors for, 566*
  • Stock. See Carriages ; Locomotives ; Wagons Rdntgen Ray Researches, National Physical Laboratory, 263
  • Roofs, Lamella Construction (Horseley Bridge & Engineering Co., Ltd.), 41*
  • Ropes, Wire. See IFire Ropes
  • Ropeway, Aerial. See Wire Ropeway Rose, Downs & Thompson, Ltd., Copra Grinding Mills, 481*; Copra Oil-Expelling Plant, 483
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., on Metals and Alloys, 440
  • ltotap Testing-Sieve Shaker, 696*
  • Rotary Cement Kilns, Multiple-Bush Pyro¬meter for, 63*
  • Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
  • Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition Society. Sec Agricultural
  • Albert Dock, Road Lighting at, 715*
  • College of Surgeons, Failure of Heating Boiler, 184
  • Commission on the Civil Service, Report, 232
  • Dutch Shell Group, Investigations on Oil-Engine Fuels, 603*, 687*, 755*
  • Royal Institution :
  • Conversazione, 19
  • Combustion of Gases in Electric Discharges, by Prof. G. I. Finch, 645, 675
  • Faraday Centenary Celebrations, 197, 415
  • Royal Naval College, Greenwich, Investiga¬tions of Yield in Iron and Steel, 295*. Sec 517
  • Royal Society of Arts. Sec Arts
  • Technical College, Glasgow, Calendar, 360
  • Rubber, Economic and Statistical Study (Review), 662
  • Rud Sack Mole-Drain Equipment, 155*
  • Rugby Works, British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 52*
  • Rural Districts, Effects of Motor Transport, 60S
  • Electrification, Design of Distribution Sy¬stems for, 793
  • Electricity Commissioners’ Report, 674
  • Extension of, 668
  • Russell, Sir E. J., on Soil Resources of the Empire, 571
  • Rust-Proofing Processes, Parkerizing and Bonderizing, 475*
  • Resisting Coatings for Steel Sleepers, 770
  • Iron, Assouan Dam Reconstruction, 225
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., I-cub. yard Oil-Driven Excavator, 665*
  • Ruston <fc Hornsby, Ltd., Oil Engines at Shipping Exhibition, 323; 2j-ton Oil- Driven Road Roller, 628*; 10-h.p. Oil- Driven Locomotive, 628*
  • Rutherford, Lord, on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Ryde, J. W., on Theory of Opal Glasses, 311

S

  • SAFETY FIRST Association, National, Notes for ‘‘Safety” Organisers, 107
  • in Mines Research Board, Tests of Inflamma¬bility of Mine Dusts, 43; Report on Propagation of Combustion in Powdered Coal, 211; Report on Ignition of Firedamp by Coal-Cutter Picks, 223; Report, Haulage Accidents in Coal Mines, 243; Report on Spontaneous Electrification in Coal-Dust Clouds, 581; Report on Ignition of Firedamp by Coal-Mining Explosives, 748; Tests on Timber Pit Props, 804
  • “ Saguenay,” H.M. Canadian Destroyer, 161* Saguenay River, Canada, Paper Mill on, 487* Saint. Sec St.
  • Salesmanship, Education for, Report, 171
  • Saltsjobaden Observatory, Twin Visual and Photographic Refractor, 272*
  • Salvage of “ Prinz Regent Luitpold,” German Battleship, 96
  • Sand, Angle of Repose of, 501
  • Foundry, Researches on, 10
  • Reclamation Plant, Centrifugal Pipe Casting
  • Plant (Staveley Coal & Iron Co., Ltd.), 96*
  • Spun Cast-Iron Pipes, Manufacture of, 93*
  • and Stone Drying Machine (Johnston Brothers), 630*
  • Sandberg-Type Steel Railway Sleeper, 768, 777
  • Sandeman, E.,on Silent Valley Reservoir, 103
  • Sankey-Lloyd Steel Split Pulley, 409
  • Sarda Canal, India, Design and Construction 725
  • Sarjant, R. J., on Flow of Heat in Furnaces, 761
  • Sault. Ste. Marie, Ontario, Developments at, 486*
  • Saunders Roc, Ltd., 140-h.p. Hydroglider, 548*
  • Streamline Valve, 388*
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scale-Dividing Apparatus (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 2*
  • Effect in Aeronautical Research, 428
  • Scammell Lorries, Ltd., 45-ton Articulated Eight-Wheel Vehicle, 401*
  • Scarborough, Public Lighting of, 311
  • Meeting, Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association. See Municipal Electrical Association
  • Scarifier, Road (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 667*
  • Scavenging, Forced, in Diesel Engines, 598
  • Schiebeler, C., on Electric Motors for Inter¬mittent Service, 566*
  • Schneider Trophy Contest, 385*
  • Scholarships. Sec Education
  • Schutz, Dr. W. von, on Mass Production of Lathes, 185*
  • Scleroscope Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Science, Beginnings of, 10
  • and Engineering, 703
  • in England, First. Century of, 51
  • and History, 11, 17
  • House, Sydney, Australia, 14
  • Museum, South Kensington, Opening of Children’s Gallery, 767
  • Pure and Applied, Interdependence, 52
  • Scientific Apparatus Exhibition, Royal Society Conversazione, 19
  • History, 17
  • Management. See JForArs Management
  • Research. See Research
  • Societies. See Institutions
  • World Picture of To-day, 413, 497
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders in. See Engineers
  • Scott, G., <& Son (London), Ltd., Forced-Circu¬lation Evaporator, 101* ; Evaporator with External Heating System, 101* ; Extrac¬tion Plant, 101* ; Copra-Drying Plant, 481*
  • Scott, Laurence, and Electromotors, Ltd., Welded Steel Mill-Type Motor, 364*; Cam- Operated Reversing Controller, 365*
  • Scotts’ Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Polyphemus,” Trials, 676*, 680*, 711*, 724*. See Errata, 725
  • Scraper Plant, Drag, Underground (Sullivan Machinery Co.), 593*
  • Screen, Vibrating, Electric (Mining and Indus¬trial Equipment, Ltd.), 696
  • Screening Plant, Circulating Water, Monte Video Power Station, 749*
  • Screw-Cutting Lathe. Seo Lathe. under Machine Tools
  • Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics
  • Thread Measurement, Shadow Protractor for, 289
  • Sea, Reclamation of Land from (Review), 663
  • Rough, Elfect on Propulsion of Single-Screw Ships, 50
  • Transport, Cost of, Effect of Size of Ship, 21, 28*
  • Sea-Water Corrosion of Magnesium Alloys, 382, 771
  • Seaplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Seaside Resorts, Lighting of, 311
  • Secondary Schools and Education. Sec Educa¬tion
  • Seine, River, Shutter-Weir, at Vives-Eaux 166
  • Seismographs for Geophysical Prospecting, 706
  • Selenium Ruby Glass, 357
  • Selenyi, P., on Photometry of Coloured Lamps, 310
  • Selson Engineering Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 374*
  • Semi-Portable Engine. See Engine
  • Sempill, Col. the Master of, on Motorless Flight, 460
  • Sensitive Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • “Sentinel” Waggon Works, Ltd., Silica-Gel Refrigerating Steam Lorry, 34*
  • Separator, Oil, Cornyn (Separators, Ltd.), 375
  • Vickcen (British Separators, Ltd.), 367*
  • Settling Chamber, Circulating Water, Clarence
  • Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 427
  • Severn Tunnel, Cementation Work on, 237
  • Sewage, Bacterial Digestion of Sludge, 616
  • Bio-Chemistry and Analysis of, 669
  • Works, Small, Design, Equipment and Operation, 668
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • “ S.G.” Welding Generator, 183*
  • Shadow Protractor for Screw-Thread Measure¬ment, 289
  • Shadowgraph, Temperature-Recording (Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 4*
  • Shafts, Cast-Iron, Combined Torsion and Bending of, 249*
  • Coupling. Sec Coupling
  • Crank. Sec Crankshaft
  • and Holes, Force Fits and Shrinkage Fits for, 500
  • Shaker, Sieve, Testing (Mining & Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 696*
  • Shale-Oil Industry, New South Wales, Report, 731
  • Shanan Hydro-Electric Plant, Punjab, India,
  • 12,000-kw., 11,000-volt Alternator, 53
  • Shanghai Public Works Department, Report, 795
  • Shannon, River, Tasmania, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 190*
  • Shaping Machine. Sec Machine Tools
  • Shaw, Capt. H., on Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, 707
  • Shear Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Sheet-Metal Press Work, Treatise on (Review), 515
  • Sheftield, Coal-Face Machinery Exhibition, 502
  • Cutlers’ Feast, Speeches at, 613
  • Meeting, Society of Glass Technology. Sec Glass Technology
  • Research Laboratories, English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 683*
  • Society of Engineers and Metallurgists,
  • Hollow Forging, by E. V. T. Ellis, 54
  • Shelvoke & Drewry, Ltd., Container Dust-Collecting Vehicle, 629*. See Errata, 670 Shield, Greathead, for Tunnelling, 470
  • Ship Canal. See Canal
  • Cargo-Liiting Blocks, Specification, 96
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 81, 528
  • Design, Effect of Improved Machinery on, 68, 89, 92
  • Diesel-Engined. See Motor Ships; Marine Propulsion
  • Draught and Dimensions for Maximum Economy, 21, 28*
  • Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion Increase in Size and Speed of, 21, 28*
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 556
  • Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 46, 136, 388, 641
  • Merchant, Design and Cost Estimating (Review), 207
  • and Models, Resistance of (Review), 512
  • Model Experiments. See also Ship Resist¬ance
  • Tests, National Physical Laboratory, 209
  • Motor. See Motor Ships ; Marine Propul¬sion
  • Propellers. See Propellers
  • Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Relation of Size, Speed and Power, 21, 28*
  • Resistance, Model Tests, on, 209
  • Salvage of. See Salvage
  • Single-Screw, Effect of Rough Water on, 50
  • Strain Meter for (H. Hughes <fc Son, LUI.), 87*
  • Sec also Marine ; Motor Ships ; Shipping ;
  • Steamers; Warships; and Paragraph Index
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast
  • in Scotland, Institution of. Sec Engineers
  • Shipbuilding, Design and Cost Estimating (Review), 207
  • First Use of High-Tensile Steel in, 26, 49
  • Industry, Position of, 556
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 556
  • Naval. See Warships
  • Progress in, 498
  • Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Statis¬tics, 81, 528
  • See also Steamers ; Naval; Warships ; and Paragraph Index
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibi¬tion Olympia, 317*, 363*, 384,404*. Sec 15
  • Industry, Position of, 556
  • Reduction of Suez Canal Dues, 644
  • Vessels Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 46,136, 388, 641
  • Shock Tests. Sec Impact Tests under Tests (Materials)
  • Shop Management. See IForls Management Shovel, Mechanical. See Excavating Machine; Excavator Show. See Exhibition
  • Shutter-Weir, Vives-Eaux, River Seine, 166
  • Siamese State Railway, 450-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 210*
  • Sidelight, Ship, Pivoted (J. Stone A Co., Ltd.), 28*
  • Siebnen Power Station, W&ggital Pumped- Storage Hydro-Electric Scheme, 292*
  • Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd., Helm Indicator, 332* ; Look-Out Indicator, 332*
  • Siemens-Martin Furnaces. Sec Furnaces
  • Siemens-Schuckert Co., Benson High-Pressure Boilers, 341
  • Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., Auto¬matic Welding Machine, 374*
  • Sieve Shaker, Testing (Mining & Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 096*
  • Testing, Fine-Mesh, 22, 279, 590
  • Signals, Trallic (Automatic Telephone Manu¬facturing Co., Ltd.), 090
  • Silent Valley Keservoir, Ireland, 103
  • Silica Bricks for Coke Ovens, 701
  • Silica Gel, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Refrigerator Lorry (“ Sentinel ” Waggon Works, Ltd.), 34*
  • Silicon as an Alloying Element, 10
  • Influence on Nickel Steel, 443, 450*
  • Sillre Pumped-Storage Hydro-Electric Plant, 01*
  • Silo, Coal-Storage, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 123*
  • Silver, Single Crystal of, Investigations, 99
  • Simek, L., on Errors in Photometric Measure¬ments, 310
  • Simon, H., Ltd., Coal-Conveyor Plant, Clarence Dock Station, Liverpool, 123*
  • Singer, Dr. C., on Beginnings of Science, 10; On First Century of Science in England, 51
  • Single-Phase. See Generator; Motor; Loco¬motive ; Power; Railway
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, Syllabus and Handbook, 314 ; Opening of Session, 494
  • “ Skeena,” H.M. Canadian Destroyer, 101
  • Skerl, Dr. J. G. A., on Sands and Sand Testing, 10
  • Skinner, F. W., on New York Electric Subway Construction Methods, 158*, 250*, 572* ; on New York Express Highway, 799*
  • Skyscrapers, History of, 399
  • Slag, see under Metallurgy
  • Slater, I. G., on Aluminium Sand Castings, 382
  • Slater, Prof. W. A., on Etfects of Transport¬ing Concrete, 592
  • Sleeper & Hartley, Inc., Ring-Coiling Machine, 450*
  • Sleepers, Railway, Steel, Manufacture and Use of, 767, 775*
  • Slipmaterial, A.-B., Surface Grinding Machine, 374*
  • S.L.M. Portable Rotary Compressors, 741
  • Sludge, Treatment by Bacterial Digestion, 616
  • Sluice Gates, Screening Chamber, Monte Video Power Station, 749*
  • Slurry Separator, Centrifugal (T. Broadbent & Sons, Ltd.), 101
  • Small, J., on Heat Transmission Round Tubes, 569*. See Letter, 740
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, Dr. A. J., on Atmospheric Conditions in Fruit Storage, 646
  • Smith, D. M., on Spectrographic Analysis of Lead Alloys, 397
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on Naval and Marine Engineering History, 188, 782
  • Smith and Keyes, Experiments on Specific Volume of Water, 145*, 085*, 707*
  • Smithfield Club Agricultural Show, 769
  • Smokeless Fuel. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Smuts, Gen. J. C., on Scientific World Picture of To-day, 413. See 497
  • Social Economic Congress, World, Amsterdam, 334
  • Sociedad Espanola de Construccidn Naval, 3,000-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 473* Socidt6 Alsaciennede Constructions M&aniques,
  • Atmos Boilers, 341*
  • Soci<$t£ d’Outillage MGcaniquc et d’Usinage d’Artillerie, Combined Sweeper-Sprinkler and Collector, 173*
  • Soci6t4 des Chantiers et Ateliers de Saint Nazaire-Penhoct, Works of, 97
  • Societies, Technical and Scientific. Sec Insti¬tutions
  • Trade. See Labour ; Labour Notes Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
  • See Motor
  • Sodium Sulphite, Reduction by Bacteria, 103
  • Soil Resources of British Empire, 571
  • Solidification of Steel Ingots, 484
  • Someren, E. H. S. van, on Spectrographic Analysis of Metals and Alloys, 397
  • Sound Reverberation in Broadcasting Studios, 442, 506*, 537*
  • Transmission, Investigations at National Physical Laboratory, 261*
  • Sounder, Depth, Echomctcr (Marconi Inter¬national Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 405*
  • South Africa, Economic Conditions in, Report, 760
  • Gold Mines, Air-Conditioning in, 448*, 499
  • America, Latin, Workmen’s Compensation in, Report, 049
  • South Durham Steel and Iron Co., Ltd., Welded Steel Pipes, 252
  • East England Electricity Scheme, Tun¬bridge Wells Substation, 790
  • Kensington, Geological Museum, Strain Measurements, 351
  • Science Museum, Opening of Children's Gallery, 767*
  • West, Notes from, 15, 45, 76, 107, 137, 168, 199, 229, 257, 285, 315, 361, 409, 437, 405, 495, 525, 553, 583, 611, 641, 671, 701, 731, 763, 790. Sec PARAGRAPH Index
  • Yorkshire, Barnsley Coal Seam, Report, 167
  • Coalfields, Grading of Coal in, Report, 796
  • Notes from, 14, 44, 77, 107, 137, 169, 199,
  • 228, 256, 284, 315, 361, 408, 436, 464, 495, 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 070, 700, 730, 763, 791. See Paragraph Index
  • Wales and Monmouthshire School of Mines, Calendar, 146
  • Southampton Corporation, Electric Shunting Locomotive, 272*
  • Southern Railway, Tests of Strowger-Hudd Automatic Train-Control System, 710; Use of Steel Sleepers, 768, 778*
  • Southwick Power Station, Brighton, Exten¬sion, 609
  • Spade, “ Norfolk,” for Discharging Slack Coal (Vickcre-Armstrongs, Ltd.), 196*
  • Spain, Northern Railway, 3,600-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 473*
  • Spandrcl-Arch Bridge, Jinja, River Nile, Uganda, 271*
  • Spark-Plug Position in Petrol Engines, Effect on Power, 177*
  • Specific Heat of Steam, Researches on, 651
  • Specifications, Standard. Sec Standard ; Stan¬dardisation
  • Spectrograpldc Analysis of Metals and Alloys, 397
  • Spectroscope, Workshop, for Steel Examina¬tion, 746*
  • Spectroscopic Methods of Steam Research, 651, 684*
  • Speed Reduction Gears. Sec Gears ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • Spekker Steeloscope, 746*
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Spencer-Bonecourt, Ltd., Waste-Heat Re¬covery Plant for Gas Retorts, 104*
  • Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., Gyro-Horizon, 332
  • Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels
  • Sprayer, Dry, Agricultural (J. W. Chafer), 769
  • Spraying Machine, Road, Vacuum-Filling (Wallis <fc Steevens, Ltd.), 628*
  • Plant, Motor-Car Bodies (Pressed Steel Co. of Great Britain, Ltd.), 240*
  • Pump, Tree (Drake & Fletcher, Ltd.), 769
  • Spring, L. W., on Cast Materials for High-Temperature, High-Pressure Service, 10
  • Springs, Laminated, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigations, 97
  • Research Committee, Investigations of, 97, 795
  • Sprinkler-Sweeper and Collector, Combined (Faun-Werke), 173
  • and Collector, Combined (Socitiete d’Outillage MCcanique ct d’Usinagc d’Artillerie), 173*
  • Road, Three-Wheeled (Karriers, Ltd.), 141, 173
  • Spruce, Sitka, Decay by Fungus, Report, 678
  • Spur Gearing. Sec Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • St. Lawrence River, Projects for Improvement of, 486
  • St. Nazaire-Penhoet, SocidtxS des Chantiers ct Ateliers dc, Works of, 97
  • “Stahl und Eisen,” Jubilee Number, 137
  • Stamp, Sir J., on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Stanchions, Steel, Built up, Tests of, 351* See also Columns
  • Standards Institution, British, New Name for British Engineering Standards Association, ;Tests for Fire-Resistance of Building Materials and Structures, 736
  • Standard Motor Car Co., Ltd., 9-h.p. Four- Cylinder Motor Car, 546*
  • Specifications, British, Circular Saws for
  • Wood, 14 ; Steel Flanges for Pipes, Valves and Fittings, 16; Indicator-Cock Connec¬tions, 51; Tests for Concrete Paving Flag Stones, 77; Naval Brass and Phosphor- Bronze Sheet and Strip, 77 ; Colliery-Tub Wheels, 83; Ships’ Cargo-Lifting Blocks,
  • 96 ; Airscrew Hubs, 97 ; Tubular Traction Poles, 107 ; Colliery Conveyor Troughing,
  • 119; Mains Supply Apparatus, 163; Sampling and Analysis of Coal and Coke,
  • 175 ; Varnished Cloth, 176; Cast-Iron Pipes 198 ; High-Voltage Insulators, 271; for Street Lighting 311. 636; Water Cisterns and Tanks, 565 ; Electric Cut-Outs, 598 ; Phosphor-Bronze Castings, 608 ; Concrete Kerbs and Channels, 609; Portland Cement 674; Steels for Railway Sleepers, 768, 776
  • Tests, Fire Resistance of Building Materials, 736
  • Standardisation, Steel Railway Sleepers, 768,
  • 776
  • Standards, United States Bureau of. Sec United States
  • Stansfleld, R., on Fuel Testing in Diesel Engines, 333
  • Stanton, Sir T., the Late, 280*
  • Stanton, W. F., on Port of Valparaiso, 770
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric State-Aided Industries, 139
  • Railways. See Railways Statics and Hydrostatics, Text-Book (Review), 663
  • Station, Milan, Train-Arresting Device, 146
  • Omnibus, Belfast, Lamella Roof Construc¬tion, 42*
  • Power. See Power Stations Statistics, Trade. See Trade Stator Frame, Welded, 51,250-kw. Turbo-Generator, 512*
  • Stavcley Coal ct Iron Co., Ltd., Centrifugal Pipe-Casting Plant, 93*
  • Staybrite-Steel Chimney, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool. 248*
  • Stayed Plates, Deflections and Stresses in, 692
  • Steam Boats. See Steamers Boilers. See Boilers
  • Chest, Triple-Expansion Engine, Failure of, 184
  • Engines. Sec Engines
  • High-Pressure and Temperature, Use in Power Stations, 739
  • Lorries. Sec Motor Wagons ; Tractors Navvy. See Excavating Machine
  • Pipe, Cast-Iron, Explosion of, 152
  • Flexible, Explosion of, 152
  • Layout, Monte Video Power Station, 601*
  • Power, Early History of, 571
  • Raising Plant, Chemical Technology of (Review), 236
  • Receiver, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 247*
  • Research in Europe and America, 143*, 518*, 550*, 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • Roller. See Road Roller
  • Shovel. See Excavating Machine
  • Superheater. See Superheater ; Superheated
  • Table Conferences, International, 707
  • General Basis of, 684*
  • Thermodynamic Properties of, 143*, 518*, 650*, 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • Trap, Gestra (G. F. Gerdts), 842*
  • Steam Trawler “ Ordic,” Boiler Explosion in, 152
  • Turbines. See Turbines
  • Users’ Association. See Manchester Wagons. See Motor Wagons; Tractors Steamers, Atlantic, Machinery Installations for, 68, 89
  • “ Champlain,” 900-kw. Turbo-Generators, 563*
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 81, 528
  • Electric Propulsion. Sec Marine Propulsion
  • Geared Turbines for. See Marine Propulsion
  • Increase in Size and Speed of, 21, 28*
  • “Kingswood,” Exhaust-Steam Turbine Trials, 167
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 556
  • Lost, Lloyd’8 Statistics, 46, 136, 388, 641
  • “Monarch of Bermuda,” Turbo-Electric Liner, 650*, 689*, 717*, 779*
  • Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Relation of Size, Speed and Power, 21, 28*
  • Resistance of. See Ship Resistance
  • Salvage of. Sec Salvage
  • “Strathaird” and “ Strathnaver,” Turbo-Electric Liners, 113. See 580*
  • See also Engines; Marine Propulsion;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships; Tur¬bines ; Warships; and Paragraph Index
  • Steamships. See Ships ; Steamers ; Warships Steel, Aluminium - Chromium Molybdenum,
  • Hardening by Nitrogen, 475*, 485
  • Steel Barrel Co., Ltd., Welded Diesel-Engine Frames, 91*
  • Case-Hardening of. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Faraday’s Alloys, 440, 697
  • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Frame Construction, Theory and Method (Review), 236
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Hard, Stability of, 290*
  • Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • High-Speed (Review), 265
  • Tensile, First Use in Shipbuilding, 26, 49
  • Hot-Worked, Banded Structure in, 485
  • Ingots for Hollow Forgings, 55
  • 12-ton, Preparation for Macroscopic Examination, 683*
  • Solidification and Crystallisation of, 484
  • Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • Microstructure of. See Microphotographs
  • Mild, Phenomenon of Tensile Yield in, 295*. See 517
  • Plastic Strain in Relation to Fatigue, 389*. Sec 517
  • Reaction of Molten Zinc on, 479*
  • Stresses at Yield Points, 343*, 517. See Letters, 561, 590
  • Molten, Gases in, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigations, 225
  • Pipe Line, River Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 191*
  • Plates, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Properties at High Temperature, 203, 224
  • Rails. See Rails ; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • for Railway Sleepers, Specifications, 768, 776
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Spectroscope for Examination of, 746*
  • for Springs, Investigations on, 97, 795
  • Stainless, Explanation of Corrosion-Resist¬ing Properties, 381
  • Staybrite, Chimney, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 248*
  • Stress Distribution in. See Stress : Tests (Materials)
  • Structures Research Committee, Work of, 348*
  • Fifty Years Progress in, 305, 399
  • Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • Steele, A. B., “Talon” Suspension Hooks, 267
  • Steeloscope, Spekker, 746*
  • Steelwork Construction (Review), 207
  • Steering Gear, Electrically-Driven, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 781*
  • Steinwehr, v. H., and Jaeger, W., Experiments on Specific Heat of Water, 518*
  • Stephens, A. V., on Safety in Spinning, 614
  • Stevens Implements, Ltd., Hedge-Trimming Machine, 769
  • Steward, J., & Co., New York Elevated Ex¬press Highway, 799*
  • Steyer and Trautz, Experiments on Specific Volume of Water, 145*, 685*
  • Stiles, W. S., on Street Lighting, 311
  • Stills, Tar, Corrosion of, 153
  • Stockholm Observatory, Twin Visual and Photographic Refractor, 273*
  • Stockport Power Station Extensions, 523
  • Stokers, Chain-Grate, Harrogate Power Station, 740*
  • Mechanical, for Brick Kilns, Report, 474
  • Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 245*
  • Stone Breaker, 36-in. by 24-in. (R. Broadbent & Son, Ltd.), 631*
  • 12-in. by 6-in. (Goodwin, Barsby & Co., Ltd.), 631. See Errata, 670
  • by 12‘in- R- Marsden, Ltd.) 631*
  • Kubit (F. Parker, Ltd.), 119*
  • Flag, Paving, Concrete, Standard Tests, 77
  • Granulator (Hadfields, Ltd.), 631*
  • and Sand Drying Macliine (Johnston Brothers), 630*
  • Stone, J., & Co., Ltd., Pivoted Ship Sidelight, Stoncy, E. W., the Late, 533
  • Stoney, G., on Efficiency Standards for Steam Turbines, 398*
  • Stoomvaart Maatschappij Nederland, M S “ Tanjandoen,” 147*
  • Stop Valves. See Valves
  • Stothert «fc Pitt, Ltd., Petrol-Driven Oil-Pump Set, 372*; 15|-cub. ft. Concrete
  • Mixer, 663*
  • Strain Meter for Ships (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.) See also Stress
  • Strainers, Bailey-Jackson, Clarence Dock
  • Power Station, Liverpool, 428*
  • ‘ Strathaird,” Turbo-Electric Liner, 113. See 580*
  • “ Strathnaver,” Turbo-Electric Liner, 113. See 580*
  • Stream-Line Filter Co., Ltd., Portable Filter for Transformer Oil, 366*
  • Street Lighting, British Standard Specification for, 311
  • by Gas in South London, 311
  • Investigations at National Physical Laboratory, 414*
  • Mass Experiments in, 311
  • in Relation to Transport, 669
  • Report of Institution of Gas Engineers on, 635
  • Requirements, 311
  • Railway. See Tramways See Roads
  • Strength and Elasticity of Materials, 109
  • of Materials. See also Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • Analysis in Model Steel-Frame Structures, 350*
  • Bond ami Shrinkage, in Ferro-Concrete, 181
  • Combined Torsion and Bending, 249*
  • and Deflections in Stayed Plates, 692
  • Distribution in Ferro-Concrete Columns,
  • National Physical Laboratory Investiga¬tions, 5*
  • in Welded Joints, 116*
  • Due to Force and Shrinkage Fits, 500
  • Fall at Yield Point in Steel and Iron, 295* See 517
  • in Overstrained Materials, British Asso¬ciation Report on, 517
  • in Piled Retaining Walls, 274*, 335*. See Letter, 678
  • in Railway Carriage Bogie Frames, 264*
  • in Reeled High-Strength Brass Bar, 509*
  • Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Strain Curves, Aluminium under Prolonged Loading, 120*
  • Tensile, in Steel, at Yield Points, 343*, 517. See Letters, 561, 590
  • in Wire-Drawing of Non-Ferrous Metals, 622*
  • Strikes. See Labour; Labour Notes Stripping Shovel, Balanced, 16-cuh. yd.
  • <Bucyrus-Erie Co.), 771*
  • Stroboscopic Apparatus for Adjusting Tuning Forks (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on Reliability in Engineering, 498
  • Strowger Automatic Telephone System, Bris¬tol, 724
  • Strowger-Hudd Automatic Train Control System, Tests of, 710
  • Structural Engineering, Literature On, 304
  • Fifty Years Progress in, 304, 399
  • Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • Structures, Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete and Materials (Review), 156
  • Standard Tests for Fire Resistance, 736
  • Steel, Research Committee, Work of, 348
  • Struts. See Columns
  • Stuart, Prof. J., Work at Cambridge, 72
  • Studios, Broadcasting, Acoustical Problems of, 442, 505*, 537*
  • Kinema, British, Lighting in, 356
  • Submarine Boats. See Warships
  • Substation, Brighton, 132-kv. Circuit Breaker, 356*
  • Islington, 6,600-volt Round-Tank Circuit Breaker, 589*
  • Monte Yideo Power Station, 785*
  • Portable, Mercury-Arc Rectifier, 622*
  • Tunbridge Wells, Opening of, 790
  • Subway, Glasgow, Wire Rope for, 625*
  • New York Electric, Construction Methods, 158*, 250*, 572*
  • Suez Canal Dues, Reduction of, 644
  • Sullivan Machinery Co., Exhibits at Coal-Face Machinery Exhibition, 503 ; Under¬ground Drag-Scraper Plant, 593*
  • Sully, C. W„ on Electricity Supply, 19
  • Sulphur Compounds, Removal from Water Gas, 221
  • Sulphuric Acid Production, 1930, 153
  • Sulphurous Fumes from Power Stations, Pre¬vention, 740
  • Sulzer Brothers, 7,600-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder Marine Diesel Engine, 147* ; 450-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 210* ; Helical- Gear Grinding Machine, 327*; Gear- Testing Machines, 328*
  • Supercharging in Diesel Engines, 598*, 736*
  • in Oil Engines, 96, 605*, 688*
  • Superheated Steam, Thermodynamic Proper¬ties, 145*, 550*, 708*, 745*, 803*
  • Superheater, High-Pressure, Mannheim Power Station, Experiences with, 270
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive Superheating of Water, Researches on, 801* Supermarine Aviation Works (Vickers), Ltd., Racing Seaplane, 385*
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, Objects, 107
  • Surface Condensers. See Condensers — Grinding Machine. See Grinding under
  • Machine Tools
  • — Plates, Testing of, 289*
  • Surrey, Northern, Receding Water Table Be¬low, 233*
  • Survey Adjustments, Nomograms for, 204
  • Empire, Review, 81
  • Hydrographical, of River Tees, Report, 194
  • Surveying from Air Photographs (Review), 754
  • Calculations (Review), 207
  • Geophysical Methods of, 706
  • Sutcliffe, R., Exhibits at Coal-Face Machinery Exhibition, 503
  • Sutton, H., on Protection of Magnesium Alloys against Corrosion, 771. See 382
  • Swan, Hunter, & Wlgham Richardson, Ltd., Floating Dock for Wellington Harbour, 150, 552; Self-Docking Floating Dock, 424
  • Swansea Meeting, Iron and Steel Institute. Sec Iron and Steel Institute
  • Swarbrick, J., on Use of Photo-Theodolite, 676
  • Sweden, Hvdro-Elcctrlc Power in, 346
  • Sillre Pumped-Storage Hydro-Electric Plant, 61*
  • Swedish State Railways, Electrification of, 22
  • Sweeper-Sprinkler and Collector, Combined (Faun-Werke), 173
  • and Collector, Combined (Socldtdd’Outlllage Mlcanique et d’Usinage d’Artilleric), 173*
  • Road, Three-Wheeled (Karriers, Ltd.), 141, 173
  • Swindon, Locomotive Testing Plant, 79, 88
  • Swing Bridge. See Bridge
  • Swiss Boiler Owners’ Association, Strength of Welds, by E. Hoehn, 115*
  • Federal Railways, Regenerative Braking on, 301*
  • Locomotive and Machine Works, Rotary Compressors, 406*, 741*
  • Switches, Motor Starting. See Afotora, Electric Switchboard, 0,000-volt (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Switchgear, Circuit Breaker, 132-kv. (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Breaker, 6,600-volt Round-Tank (Fergu¬son, Pailin, Ltd.), 589*
  • 33-kv., Clarence Dock Power Station, Liver¬pool, 632*
  • Control Panel for Steel Plant (Igranic Electric Co., Ltd.), 709
  • Controller, Liquid, Mining-Type (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 709
  • Monte Video Power Station, 785*
  • for Power Stations, Progress in, 740
  • Switch Fuse, Pole-Mounting (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 798*
  • Tunbridge Wells Substation, 790
  • Turbo-Electric Liner “Monarch of Ber¬muda,” 717*, 779*
  • Switzerland, Waggital Pumped-Storage Hydro- Electric Scheme, 292*
  • Sydney, Australia, Science House, 14
  • Electricity Supply, Annual Report, 108 Syria, Trade of, Report, 521

T

  • TACHOMETER, Electrical (Record Electrical Co., Ltd.), 305*
  • “ Talon ” Suspension Hooks (A. B. Steele), 207
  • Tangyes, Ltd., 200-b.h.p. Three-Cylinder Oil Engine and Generator, 372*; Oil-Driven Refrigerating Plant, 404* ; 70-b.h.p. Four- Cylinder Oil Engine, 094*; 120-b.h.p. Six- Cylinder Oil Engine, 094*
  • “ Tanjandoen,” M.S., 7,600-b.h.p. Sulzer-Diesel Engine, 147*
  • Tanks and Cisterns, Specification, 505
  • Experimental. Sec Ship Models; Ship Resistance
  • Furnaces, Glass-Melting, Flow of Glass in, 153
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Settling, Modavc Flue-Dust Extractor, 12*
  • Water-Measuring, for Concrete Mixer (Mil¬lars Machinery Co., Ltd.), 005*
  • Tar for Road Surfacing, 008
  • Stills, Corrosion of, 153
  • Tasmania, River Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme, 190*
  • Taylor, A. K., on Accuracy of Portable Photo¬meters, 310
  • Taylor, Dr. J. L., on Deflections and Stresses in Stayed Plates, 092
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Educa¬tion
  • Experts in Industry, 201
  • Societies. See Institutions and Paragraph Index
  • Tees, River, Hydrographical Survey of, Report, 194
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, Experimental Radio Engineering (Review), 754
  • Frequency Control in, 073
  • National Physical Laboratory Investi¬gations, 413*
  • Orfordncss Rotating Beacon, Report, 283
  • Rangoon Rotating Beacon, 252
  • Report of Radio Research Board, 784
  • Tolerances in Radio Communication, 073
  • See also Electricity in Paragraph Index Telephone, Automatic, Bristol Installations,
  • 724
  • Telephony, Wireless, Acoustical Problems of Broadcasting Studios, 442, 505*, 537*
  • Experimental Radio Engineering (Re¬view), 754
  • Frequency Control in, 073
  • National Physical Laboratory Investi¬gations, 413*
  • Radio-Frequency Standards, 353
  • Report of Radio Research Board, 784
  • Set for Small Vessels (Marconi Inter¬national Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 400*
  • Short Wave-Length Transmission Inves¬tigations, 414
  • resting of Receivers, 413
  • Tolerances in Radio Communication, 073
  • See also Electricity in Paragraph Index Telescope. Refracting, Twin Visual and Photo¬graphic, Stockholm Observatory, 273*
  • Temperature Controller and Recorder (G. Kent, Ltd.), 407*
  • Difference, Mean Logarithmic, Nomogram for, 194*
  • Effect on Physical Properties of Metals, 441
  • Entropy Diagram, Saturated Air, 449*
  • Recording Shadowgraph (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 4*
  • Scale, International, National Physical
  • Laboratory Investigations, 202
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metal¬lurgy
  • Tenders, 14, 44, 70, 100, 130, 228, 250, 284, 314, 300, 430, 404, 494, 524, 552, 582, 010, 040, 070, 700, 730, 702, 790
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Terni, Italy, Compressed-Air Hammer at, 559 Tester, Simple, for Mortar, 597*
  • 'resting Apparatus, Surface Plates and Rec¬tangular Blocks, 289*
  • Testing Committee, Agricultural Machinery, Report, 202
  • Machines, Creep, Research Laboratory,
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 683*
  • Gear, Concentricity and Profile (Sulzer Brothers), 328*
  • for Insulators (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 131*
  • Lubrication, National Physical Investiga¬tion, 0*
  • Static and Dynamic, for Turbine Wheels, 542*
  • Steam-Turbine Blades, 542*
  • 1,000,000-lb. Wire-Rope (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 421*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • Materials, American Society for, Research
  • on Cold-Drawn Bridge Wires, by L. S. MoisseifF, 204* ; Proceedings, 33rd Annual Meeting (Review), 400; Tests of Concrete Conveyed from Central Mixing Plant, by Prof. W. A. Slater, 592
  • Mechanical, Materials of Construction (Re¬view), 35
  • Motor-Fuel, in Diesel Engines, 333
  • Sieves, Fine-Mesh, 22, 279, 590
  • Shaker (Mining & Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 090*
  • Whiteness, Blancometer for (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 540*
  • See also Tests (Materials) ; Trials

Tests (Materials) :

  • Abrasion Tests, National Physical Labora¬tory Investigations, 6
  • Alternating-Stress Tests, Mild Steel, 389*. See 517
  • Tests, White-Metal Bearings, 99
  • Bending Tests, Boiler Plate, Effect of
  • Liquids on, 225
  • Thick-Walled Steel Cylinders, 344*,
  • 517. Sec Letter, 501, 590
  • Compression Tests, Ferro-Concrete Col¬umns, 515*
  • Corrosion Tests, Steels for Boilers and Superheaters, 224
  • Creep Tests, Materials at High Tempera¬tures, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 98, 224
  • Deflection Tests of Gear Teeth, 0
  • Elasticity and Strength, Relation between, 109
  • Hardness Tests, Aluminium after Pro¬longed Loading, 120*
  • Cold-Rolled Lead Alloys, 387
  • Electrolytic ally-Deposited Chrom¬ium, 0
  • Nickel-Silicon Steel, 451*
  • Nitrided Aluminium-Chromium-Molybdenum Steels, 470
  • Overstrained Mild Steel, 420*, 517
  • of Steel Tube along “Luders” or “ Piobert ” Lines, 299*, 517
  • Thin Strips of Copper and Copper Alloys, 398
  • of White-Metal Bearings, 0
  • Impact Tests, Notched-Bar, Low-Mangan¬ese Steel, 443, 447*
  • Notched-Bar, Nickel-Silicon Steel, 451*
  • Reaction Tests, Motor-Lorry Wheels, 99*
  • Mechanical Testing, Materials of Construc¬tion (Review), 35
  • Tests, Steel Railway Sleepers, 778
  • Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile Tests, Aluminium, after Prolonged Loading, 122
  • Cold-Drawn Bridge Wires, 204*
  • Heat Treated and Aged Duralumin, 418*
  • Low-Manganese Steel, 443, 447*
  • Nickel-Copper Alloys, 382
  • Nickel-Silicon Steel, 451*
  • Pieces, Mild Steel, Hardness of, 402*, 517
  • Steel at High Temperature, 203
  • Thin Strips of Copper and Copper Alloys, 398
  • Welded Joints, 115*
  • Yield in Steel and Iron, 295*. See 517
  • Testing Machines, Creep, Research Labora¬tory, English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 083*
  • for Insulators (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 131*
  • 1,000,000-lb. Wire-Rope (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 421*
  • Torsion Tests, Thick-Walled Steel Cylin¬ders, 344*,517. See LETTER,501, 590
  • Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • 72,000-kv.-a. Alternator, 108
  • Combustion, of Gas Appliances, 019
  • Concrete Conveyed from Central Mixing Plant, 592
  • Corrosion. Sec Corrosion
  • Dehumidification Machine for Mine Air, 449*
  • Durability, for Refractories, 702
  • Loading, Foundation Piles, New York
  • Elevated Express Highway, 799
  • Locomotive, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 220*
  • Modave Flue-Dust Extractor, 12*
  • Motor Spirit from Coal, 737
  • for Portland Cement, 075
  • Reduction Gears for Nile Delta Reclamation
  • Scheme Pumping Plant, 723*
  • Regenerative Braking System, Swiss Federal Railways, 301*
  • Working of Tramcar, 380
  • of Strowger-lludd Automatic Control System, 710
  • on Timber Pit Props, Report, 804
  • Vibration, Steam Turbine Wheels and Blades, 543*
  • Text Books. See Literature Index Thames, Tidal, History and Development, 587 Theodolite, Photo-, Use of, 070
  • Thermal Conductivity of Bismuth, Investigations of, 202
  • of Cast Iron, 10
  • Efficiency, British Power Stations, 110
  • Thermal Efficiency of Diesel Engines, 598*. 713*. 707
  • of Steam Turbines, 398*
  • Properties of Steam and Water, 744*, 809
  • Thermal Syndicate, Ltd., Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 102
  • Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment under MetaUurgy
  • Unit, International, Advantages of, 708
  • Thermocouples for Glass Furnaces, 153.
  • See also Pyrometer
  • Thermodynamics, Efficiency of Steam Turbines, 398*
  • Steam Research in Europe and America, 143*, 518*, 550*, 051, 084*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • Temperature-Entropy Diagram for Satu¬rated Air, 449*
  • Thermometers, Mercury-ln-Steel (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3
  • Oil Bath for Calibration (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • See also Pyrometer
  • Thiel, Gebruder, G.m.b.H., Vertical Punch and Die Shaper, 330* ; Band-Saw Attachment for Filing and Sawing Machine, 330*
  • Thomassen Oil Engine, Ignition and Combus¬tion in, 004*, 087*, 755*
  • Thompson, Prof. F. C., on Banded Structure in Hot-Worked Steel, 485
  • Thompson, J. S., on Vibrations in Turbine Wheels and Blades, 541*
  • Thompson, Prof. F. C., on Drawing of Non- Ferrous Wires, 022*. See 397
  • Thomson, Prof. E., on Work of Faraday, 410 : on Pioneering in Electrical Engineering. 002. See 500
  • Thomson-Houston System of Arc Lighting, Introduction of, 002
  • Thomson-Joule Effect, Measurement of, 140* 084
  • Thorne, F. W., on Tensile Yield in Steel and Iron, 295*. Sec 517
  • Thornton, B. M., on Mean Temperature Difference Nomogram, 194*
  • Thornycroft, J. I., & Co., Ltd., Canadian Destroyers “ Saguenay ” and “Skeena,” 101*; 36-5-h.p. Motor Tipping Wagon.
  • 175 * ; Oil Engines at Shipping Exhibition. 322; Reversing Gear for Marine Engines. 402 *; 10/11-ton Six-Wheeled Motor Vehicle Chassis, 040*
  • Thorpe Gravel Pits, Ltd., Gravel-Washing Plant, 222*
  • Three-Phase. Sec Generator; Motor; Loco¬motive; Power; Railway
  • Thresher and Harvester, Combined (Clayton & Shuttleworth, Ltd.), 85*
  • Throttle Valve. See Valve
  • Throttling in Oil Engines, Effect of, 005♦, 087
  • Thyssen Coating Process for Steel Railway Sleepers, 770
  • Thyssen, H., on Thermal Conductivity of Cast Iron, 10
  • Tide Flap Valve (Ismailia Valve Co)., 12*
  • of River Thames, 587
  • Timber Pit Props, Tests on, Report, 804
  • Preservation. British Association Discus¬sion on, 010
  • Exhibition, 198, 384
  • Progressive Decay by Fungus, 078 Time Studies in Steel Works, 484
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy.
  • Diffusion into Iron, 443
  • Plates, Causes of Mottling, 455
  • and Tinplate Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Tizard, H. T., on British Fuel Problem, 570
  • Tookey, W. A., on Internal-Combustion En¬gines, 408
  • Tool Steel. See Steel
  • Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • Toothed Gears. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torsion and Bending, Combined, 249*
  • Tests. Sec Tests (Materials)
  • Torsional Oscillations in Marine Oil Engines, 22, 40, 070, 080, 712
  • Tosi, F., 20,400-h.p. and 30,000-h.p. Steam Turbines, 454*
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • Planning and Daylight Illumination, 310
  • Tracing Papers, 250, 384, 471, 503
  • Traction, Diesel-Electric, 503, 523
  • Electric (Review), 575
  • See also Railways ; Tramways
  • Poles, Tubular, Specification, 107
  • Tractor, Agricultural, 20-h.p. Four-Wheel Drive (Massey-llarris, Ltd.), 84*
  • 34-h.p. Oil-Driven (R. Garrett & Sons, Ltd.), 84*
  • Industrial, 30-b.h.p. Oil-Driven (Marshall. Sons <fe Co., Ltd.), 029*
  • Truck and Trailer, Carden-Lloyd (Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd.), 000*
  • Use on British Farms, 705
  • Trade, Aeroplane Exports, Great Britain and United States, 001
  • British Fuel Market, 408
  • Bulgaria, Report, 551
  • Canadian Markets and British Industry, 733. See Letter, 789
  • Disputes. See Labour ; Labour Notes
  • Economic Conditions in British Malaya, Report, 309
  • Conditions in Chile, Report, 498
  • Conditions in Czechoslovakia, Report,140
  • Conditions in Denmark, Report, 59
  • Conditions in the Netherlands, 170
  • Conditions in New Zealand, Report, 587
  • Conditions in Poland, Report, 200
  • Conditions in South Africa, Report, 700
  • Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • of Syria, Report, 521
  • Unions. See Labour ; Labour Notes Traffic and Growth of Cities, 527
  • Signals (Automatic Telephone Manufac¬turing Co., Ltd.), 090
  • Train Control System, Automatic, Strowger- Hudd, Tests of, 710
  • Stop, Milan Station, 140
  • See also Railway Training. See Education
  • Tramways and Omnibuses, Liverpool Corpora¬tion, Report, 409
  • Tramways, Regenerative Operation on, 380 and Transport Association, Municipal, Re¬
  • generative Operation on 'Pramwavs, by (1. 11. Fletcher, 380
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transformation Points, Metals. See Metal¬lurgy
  • Transformer, 800 kv.-a. (C. A. Parsons & Co. Ltd.), 378*
  • 70,000 kv.-a. (Westinghouse Electric Co.), 740
  • 35,700 kv.-a., Clarence Dock Power Sta¬tion, Liverpool, 545*
  • Coil, Mechanical Forces on, 615
  • Current, Split-Core (Elliott Brothers (Lon¬don), Ltd.), 363*
  • Direct-Current, 743*
  • Early Development of, 602
  • Nickel-Alloy Cored, National Physical Laboratory Investigations, 352
  • 22,000 kv.-a. and 36,000 kv.-a., Port
  • Marghera Power Station, 455*
  • 15,000 kv.-a., 'Tunbridge Wells Substation, 790
  • Transmission, Electric, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gear. See Gear ; Gearing ; Marine Pro¬pulsion ; Motor-Car Details - of Power. See Marine Propulsion ; Power Transmission
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Institute of, Presidential Address, by F. Pick, on Traffic and Growth of Cities, 527
  • Ministry, Report on Railway Accidents, 335
  • Motor. See Road ; Motor 'Problems of London, 527
  • Railway. See Railway
  • Road, in Australia, 158
  • and Public Works Exhibition, Royal Agricultural Hall, 627*, 663*, 693*. See Errata, 670
  • and Public Works Congress. See Public
  • Works, Roads and Transport. Congress See also Road ; Motor
  • Sea, Cost of, Effect of Size of Ship, 21, 28*
  • and Tramways Association. See Tramways Transportation Routes in Canada, 486 Transporter, Coal, Port Marghera Power Station, 453*
  • Transverse Tests. See Tests (Materials) Transverter, Hightleld-Calverley, 517, 743* Trap, Steam. See.Steam Trap Trautz and Steyer, Experiments on Specific
  • Volume of Water, 145*, 685*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane Tree-Spraying Pump (Drake & Fletcher, Ltd.), 769
  • Trench Excavating Machine (J. Allen & Sons (Oxford), Ltd.), 627*
  • Trevithick, F. H., the Late, 769
  • Trials, M.S. “ Polyphemus,” 676*, 680*, 711*, 724*. See Errata, 725
  • Marine Triple-Expansion Engine, with Exhaust-Steam Turbo-Generator, 734
  • See also Tests Trickett, J., Life and Work of, 784
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines, Steam Trolley, Locomotive-Transporting, 65-'on (London, Midlandand Scottish Railway),39
  • Troughing,Conveyor, Colliery, Specification, 119
  • Truck, Auto-, Swivelling Hopper (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • Railway. See Wagons
  • 'Pub Wheels, Colliery, Specification, 83
  • Pubs, Boiler, Failures of, 241*, 267*
  • Heat Transmission Round, 569*. See Letter, 740
  • Railways. See Underground Railways
  • Steel, Hardness Along ‘‘ Liiders ” or “ Pioberf ” Lines, 299*, 517 See also Pipes
  • Tuke & Bell, Ltd., Gritting Attachment, 631
  • Tunbridge Wells Substation, Opening of, 790
  • Tungsten-Carbide Wire-Drawing Dies, Experi¬ments with, 624*
  • Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Tungstone Patent High-Pressure Casting Co.,
  • “ Batterium Metal,” 75 ; Air-Pressure Acid Pump, 75*
  • Tuning Forks, Stroboscopic Apparatus for Adjusting (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • Tunnel Kilns, Gas Circulation in, 760
  • New York Subway, Construction Methods, 158*, 250*, 572*
  • under River Hooghly, Calcutta, 361
  • River Yarra, Melbourne, 58
  • Severn, Cementation Work on, 237*
  • Thames, History of, 588
  • Ycwbarrow, Manchester Corporation Water¬works, Record Progress on, 591 Tunnelling, Problems, London, 470
  • Turbine, Exhaust-Steam, for 1,000-h.p. Marine Reciprocating Engine, 734
  • Steam, S.S. “ Kingswood,” Trials, 167
  • Turbine Furnace Co., Ltd., Boiler Furnace Grate, 318*
  • Gas, and Oil Engines, Combined, 598
  • Hydraulic, Francis, 7,250-h.p., River Shan¬non Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 191* See also Power Plant Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • Steam, for Atlantic Liners, 68, 89
  • 50,000-kw., 36,000-kw. and 18,750-kw. (C. A. Parsons & Co., Ltd.), 638*
  • 15,000-kw., Brighton Power Station. 609
  • 12,500-kw. Brush-Ljungstrom, Hong Kong Power Station, 730
  • 51,250-kw. Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 511*
  • Development of, 739
  • Efficiency of Nozzles, 48
  • 750-kw., Emergency, Monte Video Power Station, 659*
  • 250-kw. Geared (C. A. Parsons & Co., Ltd.), 325*
  • 50,000-kw., Ironbridge Power Station, 53*
  • Marine, Efficiency of, 528
  • Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion 25,000-kw., Monte Video Power Station, 657*
  • 26,400-h.p. and 36,000-h.p., Port Marghera Power Station, 454*
  • Turbines, Steam, for Power Supply, 439, 444. See Letter, 561
  • 1,200-1b. Pressure, Ford Motor Co., Dagenham, 225
  • Standards of Efficiency, 398*
  • 7,500-kw. and 750-kw. Turbo-Electric Liner, “ Monarch of Bermuda,” <550, 090*, 717*, 779* Use in Warships, 25, 49
  • Vibrations in Wheels and Blades, 541* See also Turbo-Generators
  • Steamers. See Steamers j Warships
  • Turbo-Electric System, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Generators. 50,000-kw., 36,000-kw. And 18,750-kw. (C. A. Parsons A Co., Ltd.), 038*
  • Rotor, 8,575 kv.-a., with Aeroto Fan l Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 580*
  • 51,250-kw., Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 38*, 511*
  • Dagenham Works, Ford Motor Co., 52, 225
  • 250-kw. Geared (C. A. Parsons & Co., Ltd.), 325*
  • 750-kw., Emergency, Monte Video Power Station, 059*
  • Exhaust-Steam, for 1,000-h.p. Marine Reciprocating Engine, 734
  • 25,000-kw., Monte Video Power Station, 057*
  • 26,400-h.p. and 30,000-h.p. Port Marghcra, 454*
  • 900-kw., S.S. “ Champlain,” 503*
  • 7,500-kw. and 750-kw., Turbo-Electric Liner, “Monarch of Bermuda,” 050, 090*, 717*, 779*
  • Turbovane Induced-Draught Fan (J. Howden <fe Co., Ltd.), 307*
  • Turnbull, A., <fc Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 377
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools Turret Lathes. See Lathes under Machine Tools Twinberrow, J. D., on Breakage of Locomotive Frames, 204*
  • Tyres, Pneumatic, on Motor-Driven Railway Carriages, 294*

U

  • UGANDA and Kenya Railway, Jinja Bridge over River Nile, 271*
  • Underground l)rag-Scraper Plant (Sullivan Machinery Co.). 593*
  • Railways, London, Tunnelling Problems of, 470
  • Underpinning Foundations, New York Subway Construction, 158*, 250*
  • Unemployment. See Labour
  • Uniflow Engines, Back-Pressure and Steam-Extraction (Review), 575
  • United Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Shipping Exhibition, 373*
  • United States, Aeroplane Production Methods at Baltimore, 580
  • Bureau of Mines, Statistics on Road
  • Surfacing, 59; Report on Battery and Cable-Reel Locomotives for Mines, 314 ; Report on Mechanical Stokers for Brick Kilns, 474
  • Bureau of Standards, Calorimetric In¬vestigation of Steam and Water, 519*, 684*
  • Department of Labour, Report on Work¬men’s Compensation Legislation in Latin South America, 649
  • Development of Electric Generators, 602
  • Electric Power Supply in, 618
  • Gas Industry in, 621
  • Helium Production in, 385
  • Locomotive Testing Plants in, 79, 88
  • Rigid Airship “ Akron,” 215*
  • Road-Surfacing Statistics, 59
  • Structural Engineering Progress, 304, 399
  • Westchester County, Express Highways in, 795 See also America
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Steel Railway Sleepers, 768, 777*
  • United Strip and Bar Mills, Explosion of Flexible Steam Pipe, 152
  • Universal Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • University, Birmingham, Cement and Concrete Laboratory, 797*
  • of Cambridge, Education at, 71, 81
  • College London, Faculty of Engineering,
  • Prospectus, 360; Calendar, 493
  • Columbia, Model Experiments on Frame Bridges, 795
  • of Glasgow, Investigations on Heat Trans¬
  • mission round Tubes, 569*. See Letter, 740
  • Leeds, Gas Research at, 619, 636
  • of London, Lectures on Steam Research,
  • 143*, 518*, 550*, 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800* ; Lectures on Measurement of Light, 493
  • Purdue, Locomotive-Testing Station, 88 See also Education
  • Urbanek, J., on Precision of Photometry, 310
  • Uruguay, Monte Video Power Station, 599*, 657*, 749*, 785*
  • Uskide Engineering Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Coal-Fact' Machinery Exhibition, 503

V

  • VACUUM PUMP. Sec Pump
  • Valparaiso, Port of, Improvement, 770
  • Valve, Feed-Regulating, Mannheim 1,500-lb. Pressure Steam Plant, 270*
  • Gas, 72-ln. Revolving (Westwood & Wrights, Ltd.), 639*
  • Gear for High-Speed Steam Engine (Drys¬dale & Co., Ltd.), 656*
  • High-Pressure Air Service, Failure of, 508*
  • Mercury-Arc, Developments in, 727*, 773*
  • Valve with Pressure-Held Inspection Covers (Victory Valves, Ltd., 60)*
  • Stop, Double-Seated (Glimmers, Ltd.), 508*
  • Flexible Disc (Rees Roturbo Manu¬facturing Co., Ltd.), 388*
  • Tide Flap (Ismailia Valve Co.), 12* and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • Vaporiser, Electrically-Heated (A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd.), 505*
  • Vapours, Apparatus for Determining Com¬position, 19
  • Variable-Speed Gear. Sec Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Variometers, Magnetic, for Geophysical Pros¬pecting, 706.
  • Varnished Cloth, Specification, 176
  • Vectorial Mechanics (Review), 112
  • Venice, Port Marghera, 218*, 395*. 453*. See Erratum, 257
  • Ventilation of Deep-level Mines, 448*
  • and Gas-Burning Appliances, 619
  • Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institution of. See Heating
  • Vereinigten Drehbankfabriken, Mass Produc¬tion of Lathes, 185*
  • Viaduct, Ferro-Concrete, Port Marghera, Venice, 221*
  • See also Bridges
  • Vibration Amplitudes, Torsional, in Marine Diesel Engines, 22, 40
  • Laboratory, Fraser & Chalmers’ Engineer¬ing Works, 542*
  • in Turbine Wheels and Blades, 541*
  • Wheels, Machine for Determining (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 52
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Turbo-Electric
  • Liners “ Strathnaver ” and “ Strathaird,”
  • 113; “Norfolk” Spade for Discharging
  • Slack Coal, 196*; Launch of H.M.
  • Destroyers “Cygnet” and “Crescent,”
  • 436; Carden-Lloyd Tractor Truck and
  • Trailer, 606* ; 6-ton Cross-Country Motor
  • Lorry, 606; Turbo-Electric Liner ‘ ‘ Monarch of Bermuda,” 650*, 689*, 717*, 779*; Gill Axial-Flow Pumps, 723
  • Vickers Works, Sheffield, Research Labora¬tories. 683*
  • Victorian Government Railways, Locomotive Shop, Melbourne, 22
  • Victory Valves, Ltd., Valves with Pressure-Held Inspection Covers, 60*
  • Vienna Technical College, Investigations of Ferro-Concrete Columns, 515*
  • Village Economy, Effects of Motor Transport, 668
  • Villiers, W. A., on Lighting in Kinema Studios, 356
  • Viscometry, Monograph of (Review), 206
  • Viscosity of Steam and Water, Researches on, 744*
  • Visual and Photo-Electric Measurements, Comparison, 310
  • Requirements, Apparatus for Determining, 311
  • Vitry-sur-Seine, Locomotive Testing Plant, 89
  • Vives-Eaux River Seine, Shutter-Weir, 166
  • Vogl, K., on Electric Light in Glass Houses, 357
  • Voith, .1. M., 40,000 kv.-a. Hydraulic Trans¬mitter and Clutch, 8*
  • Volckman, G. W., the Late, 113.
  • Vowles, H. P., on Evolution of Power Engineer¬ing, 571
  • Vulcan Locomotive Works, 1830-1930 (Review), 574
  • Vulcan-Sinclair Hydraulic Couplings for Fans?
  • Clarence Dock Power Station, 247
  • Vulcaniser, Portable Electric (Haslam & Stretton, Ltd.), 709.

W

  • WADK1N & Co., Mortising Machine, 510
  • Wages. See Labour
  • Wilggital Pumped - Storage Hydro - Electric Scheme 292*
  • Wagon, Milk, 3,000-gallon Great Western Railway, 617* Motor. See Motor Wagon
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., Refuse- Collecting Vehicle, 173
  • Wall, A. T., on Modern Marine Machinery, 89. See 68, 92.
  • Wall, Apron, Ferro-Concrete, Clarence Dock Power Station, Liverpool, 65*
  • Earth Pressures on, 501
  • Quay, Port Marghera, Venice, 220*, 395*
  • Retaining, Piled, Design of, 274*, 335*. See Letter 678
  • Wallis <fe Steevens, Ltd., 3-ton Petrol-Driven Road Roller, 628*; Road Spraying Machine, 628*
  • Walton, A. II., the Late, 650
  • Warehouse, Port Marghora, Venice, 395

Warships :

  • Admiralty Steam Department, Inaugura¬tion of, 189, 782
  • Transfer of Post-Office Packets to, 783
  • German Battleship “Prinz Regent Luitpold,” Salvage of, 96 H.M. Canadian Destroyers “Saguenay” and “ Skeena,” 161*
  • Destroyers “Cygnet ” and “Crescent,” Launch of, 436
  • Navy, History of Engineering Branch, 188, 782
  • Training of Naval Artificer Appren¬tices, 675
  • “ Fisgard ” Training Establishment, Closing of, 675
  • History of Great War, Naval Operations, vol. v (Review), 514
  • Limitation of Armaments, Effect on Naval Construction Problems, 25, 49
  • Naval Construction, Research and Ten¬dencies in, 25, 49
  • Engineering History, 188, 782 See also Naval in Paragraph Index
  • Warwick Show, Royal Agricultural Societv, 31*, 84*.
  • Washing Plant, Coal (Dry Washers (Coal and Minerals), Ltd.), 709
  • Flue-Gas, Clarence Dock Power Station Liverpool, 248*
  • Locomotive Boiler, London & North Eastern Railway, 653*
  • Washington, Compressed-Air Wind Tunnel, 429
  • Waste-Heat Recovery Plant for Gas Retorts, York Gas Co., 104*
  • Water Engineers, Institution of, Report on Burst Water Mains, 218
  • Kilters. See Filters
  • Gas. See Gas
  • Heaters. See Feed-Water Heaters
  • Mains, Failure of, Report, 218
  • Pollution Research Board, Report on Hydro-graphical Survey of River Tees, 194
  • Power. See also Hydraulic; Power Plant;
  • Power, Water; Turbine, Hydraulic Specific Volume of, 144*
  • Supply of Belfast District, 103
  • South London and Northern Surrey, 234*
  • See also Irrigation
  • Table below London and Northern Surrey, 233*
  • Tanks. See Tanks
  • Testing, Use of Sodium Sulphite, 103
  • Thermodynamic Properties of, 143*. 518*,
  • 550*, 651, 684*, 707*, 744*, 800*
  • Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic; Power Plant
  • Wheels, Early History of, 571
  • See also Turbine, Hydraulic; Power Plant
  • Waterways. See Rivers; Canals
  • Waterworks Association, British, Belfast Meet¬ing, Presidential Address, on Belfast Public Utility Services, by D. Adams, 103; Silent Valley Reservoir, by W. J. E. Binnie, E. Sandeman and H. P. Hill, 103; Geology of Belfast District, with Notes on Hydro¬logy, by J. J. Hartley, 103; Reduction of Sodium Sulphite by Bacteria and Its Application to Water Examination, by Prof. W. J. Wilson, 103
  • Guildford, Extensions, 132
  • Manchester Corporation, Yewbarrow Tunnel, Record Progress on, 591
  • Sec also Water Supply and Paragraph Index
  • Waterhouse, H., on Cold-Rolling and Heat Treatment of Lead Alloys, 387. See 381
  • Wealden Iron (Review), 754
  • Weed Cutter (W. Brenton, Ltd.), 769
  • Weipert, F. C., Multi-Tool Lathe, 374*
  • Weir, G. & J., Ltd., Feed Pumps, Monte Video Power Station, 752*
  • Welded Diesel-Engine Frames (Steel Barrel Co., Ltd.), 91*
  • Steel Pipe's (South Durham Steel & Iron Co., Ltd.), 252
  • Structures, Investigations, 352
  • Structures, Progress in United, 306
  • Welding of Boilers, German Views on, 241
  • Electric, of Battered Rail Ends, 452
  • Machine, Electric, Automatic (Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd.), 374*
  • Spot, Heavy-Duty (British Insulated Cables, Ltd.), 539*
  • Welds, Frontal and Lateral, Strength of, 115
  • Welin, Me Lachlan Davits, S.S. “Monarch of Bermuda,” 781*
  • Welland Canal, Canada, 486*
  • Wellington Harbour, New Zealand. Floating Dock, 150, 552
  • Welwyn Garden City, Works of Norton Grind¬ing Wheel Co., Ltd., 725
  • Werkspoor Diesel Engine, Ignition and Com¬bustion in, 604, 755*
  • Werkzeugmaschinenfabrik Union, Horizontal Boring, Milling and Drilling Machine, 373*
  • West, Dr. C., on Atmospheric Conditions in Fruit Storage, 646
  • West Park Dairy Co., Ltd., Railway Milk Wagon, 617*
  • Westchester County, United States, Express Highways in, 795
  • Westinghouse Electric Co., 70,000 kv-a. Trans¬former, 740
  • Westland Aircraft Co., Ltd., Pterodactyl Aero¬plane, 152*
  • Westwood <fe Wrights, Ltd., 72-in. Revolving Gas Valve, 639*
  • Wetzel, J., on Artistic Lighting in France, 356
  • Wharves, Ferro-Concrete, Port Marghera, Venice, 395*
  • Whatmough Combustion Chamber for Petrol Engines, 578*
  • Wheat Production in Great Britain and Farm¬ing Methods, 765
  • Wheels, Colliery-Tub, Specification, 83
  • Gear. See Gears ; Gearing; Marine Propul¬sion
  • Grinding. See Grinding under J/acAiite Tools
  • Railway Carriage, with Pneumatic Tyres, 294*
  • Force and Shrinkage Fits for, 500
  • Turbine, Vibrations in, 541*
  • Vibration of, Machine for Determining (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 52
  • Wheeler, M. A., on Deformation of Metals, 56*, 120*
  • Whipple, Dr. F. J. W., on Electric Currents Through Atmosphere, 735
  • White Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Mud Falls, Nelson River, Canada, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 312
  • White, R., «fe Sons, Aerial Ropeway with Mov¬able Dumping Frame, 521*
  • Whitecross Co., Ltd., Wire Rope for Glasgow’ Subw’ay, 625*
  • Whitehead, H. C., on Bacterial Digestion of Sludge, 616
  • Whiteness, Blancometer for Testing (A. Hilger Ltd.), 540*
  • Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Forced Draught Oven, 364*; Carburising and Heat-Treatment Furnace, 364*; Pusher Furnace, 364
  • Williams, A. E., on Coconut-Oil Industry, 481
  • Willows, R., on Cold Rolling and Heat Treat¬ment of Lead Alloys, 387. See. 381 ; on Banded Structure in Hot-V’orked Steel, 485
  • Wilson, Prof. E., on Origin of Iron in Corrosion Products, 535*. Sec 441
  • Wilson, Prof. W. J., on Water Testing, 103
  • Wilson Welder Metals Co., Rail-Welding Equipment, 452
  • Wilson-Drewry Transmission Gear, 435
  • Winch, Electric, S.S. “ Monarch of Bermuda,” 781*
  • Winch, G. T., on Visual and Photo-Electric Measurements, 310
  • Wind Stresses on Structures, 305
  • Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Windlass, Electric, S.S. “Monarch of Ber¬muda,” 781
  • Windmills, Early History of, 571
  • Windred, Dr. G., on Electrical Theory, 52
  • Windrower and Combine in Canada, 711
  • Wingct, Ltd., Petrol-Driven Portable Pumping Set, 030* ; 12-cwt. Petrol-Driven Portable Hoist, 630*
  • Winks, F., on Thermo-Couples and Suction Pyrometers for Glass Furnaces, 153
  • Winsor, F. A., Pioneer of Gas Lighting, 594
  • Wires, Bridge, Cold-Drawn Steel, Investiga¬tions, 204*
  • Drawing of Composite Non-Ferrous Rods, 397, 423*
  • of Non-Ferrous Metals, 397, 622*
  • Rope, Seven-Mile, for Glasgow Subway, 625*
  • Testing Machine, 1,000,000-lb. (W. & T. Avery, Ltd.), 421*
  • Ropeway with Movable Dumping Frame (R. White & Sons), 521*
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Witwatersrand Mines, Air Conditioning in, 448*, 499
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Alternating Tests under
  • Wolseley Motors (1927), Ltd., 12-h.p. Six- Cylinder Motor Car, 492*
  • Wood, H., & Co., Ltd., Belt Conveyor, 503
  • Wood Preservation, British Association Dis¬cussion on, 610
  • Preserving, Century of (Review), 235 Exhibition, 108, 384
  • Wood, R. M., on Wind Tunnels at Royal Air¬craft Establishment, 563*. Sec 470, 614
  • Woodall-Duckham Vertical Retort and Oven Construction Co. (1020), Ltd., Refuse- Disposal Plant, Huddersfield, Operating KemilN 1QQ
  • Woodman,' W. A. E., the Late, 108 Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Wool Industries Research Association, Exhibits at Chemical Plant Exhibition, 103
  • Woolwich Dockyard, Training of Naval Engineers in, 180; Appointment of Chief Engineers at, 783
  • Research Department, Research on Lead
  • Alloys, 381, 387 ; Research on Nickel- Silicon Steel, 443, 450*
  • Workington-Type Steel Sleeper, 768, 777
  • Workman, IL, Ltd., Explosion of Steam-
  • Jacketed Pan, 152
  • Workmen’s Compensation. See Labour

Works:

  • Aladdin Industries, Ltd., Oil Lamp and Heater Manufacture, 568
  • Braun, F., A.-G., Workshop for Mass Production of Lathes, 186*
  • British Dardelct Threadlock, Ltd., Bolt and Nut Works, 535*
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Instru¬ment Manufacture, 1*
  • Centrifugal Pipe-Casting Shops, Stave- ley Coal <fe Iron Co., Ltd., 93*
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Vibration Laboratory, Erith, 542*
  • Goodyear Zeppelin Corporation, Airship Construction Shed, Akron, Ohio, 215*
  • Iron and Steel Works, Production Economy in, 484
  • Locomotive Erecting and Repair Shop, Melbourne, 22
  • Norton Grinding Wheel Co., Ltd., Grind¬ing Wheel Manufacture, 725
  • Pressed Steel Co. of Great Britain, Ltd., Cowley, Production of Pressed-Steel Motor-Car Parts, 239*
  • Rugby Works, British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.,'52*
  • Vulcan Locomotivo Works, 1830-1930 (Review), 574
  • Works Management, Aeroplane Production Methods at Baltimore, 580
  • Overhead Expenses (Review), 112
  • Production Economy in Iron and Steel Works, 484
  • Workshops and Factories, Home Office In¬spector’s Report, 231
  • See also JForfcj; Machine Tools
  • World Social Economic Congress, Amsterdam, 334
  • Wragg, A., on Failure of High-Strength Brass, 508*. See 383
  • Wright, A., the Late, 143
  • Lecture on Aeroplane Production at Balti¬more, 586
  • Wrought Iron. See Iron

X

  • X-RAYS. See Rontgen Rays

Y

  • Y-ALLOY, Welded, Investigation of Defects in, 224
  • Yamauti, Z., on Photo-Electric Measurements of Daylight Illumination, 310
  • Yarra River, Melbourne, Tunnel under, 58
  • Yarrow Boilers, Suitability for Atlantic Liners, 68, 89; at Harrogate Power Station, 740
  • Year Books. See Annuals and Reference Book; see also Literature Index
  • Yewbarrow Tunnel, Manchester Corporation Waterworks, Record Progress on, 591 *Yield Points in Steel, Stresses at, 343*, 517. See Letters, 501, 590
  • York (las Co., Waste-Heat Recovery Plant, 104*

Z

  • ZEEMAN, Prof. P., on Work of Faraday, 416
  • Zecrleder, Prof. A. von, on Ageing of Duralu¬min, 418*. Sec 396
  • Zeppelin Airships. See Airships under Aero¬nautics
  • Zerbst, Germany, Works of F. Braun, A.-G., 186*
  • Zinc, Action of Sodium-Chloride on. 381
  • Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Molten, Reaction on Mild Steel, 479*
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams ‘ZRS 4” Airship, 215*
  • Zurich Meeting, Institute of Metals. See Metals Institute of Waggital Pumped-Storage Hydro-Electric Scheme, 292*
  • Zuyder Zee Reclamation, Progress of, 176