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Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index: General

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1938 Jan-Jun: Index

GENERAL INDEX. (Illustrated Subjects ate Marked with an Asterisk after the Number of the Page.)

Accidents :

  • Collapse of All-Welded Bridge, Hasselt, Belgium, 669*
  • Damage to Electric Plant, Shanghai, during Hostilities, 562*
  • — by Ice at Niagara Falls, 397*
  • Explosions, Boiler. See Boiler Explosions and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Failures of Colliery Haulage Drawgear, 163
  • Railway Accident, Charing Cross Underground Railway, 601
  • at Crewe, Report, 416
  • Melton Constable, Report, 48 Safety Provisions of Factories Act, 1937, 313
  • Accumulator, Air-Hydraulic (D. Stewart and Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck Acetylene, Catalytic Combustion on Platinum Wire, 589*
  • Acetylene and Welding Consulting Bureau, Ltd., Data on Gas Welding Practice, 134
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Acheson’s Colloidal Graphite, Properties and Applications of, 18*, 72*, 143*, 215*, 260*. See LETTER, 205
  • Acid Attack on Mild Steel, Influence of Composition and Treatment on, 630
  • Ackworth Capt. B., on Alternative Firing of British Men-of-War, 382. See 422
  • Acoustical Strain Gauge for Building Structures, 603 , ’
  • Activated Sludge. See Sewage
  • Adams, Dr. T., on Road Planning, 271 Addison, H., on Use of Pipe Bends as Flow Meters, 227*. See LETTER, 324
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Admiralty. See Warships
  • Adsorber Solvent Recovery Plant (Sutcliffe, Speakman and Co., Ltd.), 496*
  • Aeraspray Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Motor- Driven Air-Compressor Set, 198* ; Printers’ Anti-S t off Plant, 198*
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • — Propellers. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • — Transport. See Aeronautics Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics Aeronautical Sciences, Institute of, Wright
  • Lecture on Flight Experiments on Boundary Layer, by Prof. B. M. Jones, 397
  • — Society, Royal, Effect of Wing Loading on
  • Design of Modern Aircraft with Particular Reference to the Take-off Problem, by H. F. Vessey, 95; High Wing-Loading and Some of its Problems from Pilot’s Point of View, by Squadron-Leader H. P. Fraser, 96; Garden Party at Great West Aerodrome, 539; Wright Lecture on Materials of Aircraft Construction, by Dr. H. J. Gough, 629

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics (Review), 570
  • Aerofoil Mechanics and Steam-Turbine Blading Design, 245, 722*
  • Aeronautical Engineering, Developments in, 716
  • — Research Committee, Annual Report, 599
  • German, Yearbook of (Review), 687 Aeroplanes and Aero-Engines (Review), 188 — Efficiency, Wing Lift and Resistance in Relation to, 332, 336, 339*, 433. See LETTER, 364
  • — Hawker Hurricane, Fast Flight, Edinburgh to London, 185
  • — High-Wing-Loading in, 95
  • — Mayo Composite, First Flights, 155
  • — Stability of, Investigation on, 599
  • — See also Seaplane (below)
  • Air Attack, Defence of Transport, 359
  • — Ministry, Mayo Composite Aircraft., 155
  • — Raid Precautions Committee of Institution of Civil Engineers, 601
  • Precautions Exhibition, Charing Cross, 580
  • Precautions and Transport, 359 Shelter, Emergency Exits for, 324
  • — Registration Board, Annual Report, 684 Aircraft for British Civil Aviation, 302
  • — Construction, Materials of, 629
  • — Efficiencies, 331, 336, 339*, 433. See LETTER, 364
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 69. See LETTER, 264
  • — Inspection by Air Registration Board, 684
  • — and Shipping, British Corporation
  • Register of, Annual Report, 273
  • Airships, Efficiency of, 336, 339.* See LETTER, 364
  • Atlantic Flight, Meteorological Investigations for, 369
  • Busk Studentship, Cambridge University, 512
  • Civil Aviation, British Government’ Committee’s Report on, 302
  • — — See also AirsAips (above)
  • Drag of Aeroplanes, Investigations on, 600
  • — Measurement by Pitot Traverse Method, 331. See LETTER, 364
  • Engines, Aeroplane, and Aeroplanes (Review), 188
  • —?— and Aircraft Efficiency, 339, 433 Armstrong-Siddeley, for Imperial Airways Monoplane, 48*
  • Bristol, Service Records of, 366
  • — — Crack-Detection Apparatus for Parts
  • of, 218*
  • Developments in, 716
  • — — 150-h.p. Four-Cylinder Cirrus Major
  • (Blackburn Aircraft, Ltd.), 174*
  • — — G.100 Cyclone, 1,100-h.p., and 1,000-h.p. Nine-Cylinder Radial (Wright Aeronautical Corporation), 678*
  • Gipsy Major, Operating Experiences with, 264
  • — — Investigations on, 600
  • — — 905-h.p. Nine-Cylinder Bristol-Perseus XII, 513*
  • — — Rolls-Royce, New Factory for, 685 Flight Experiments on Boundary Layer,
  • 397
  • Hangar, Aeroplane, Bellman Transportable, 515*. See Erratum, 530
  • Unit Construction Lattice-Rib, Model of, 714
  • Hydro- and Aero-Dynamics (Review), 570 Landing Devices for Aeroplanes, Experiments with, 599
  • Mayo Composite Aircraft, First Flights, 155 Monoplane, 3,240-h.p. Passenger, Imperial Airways, Ltd., 48*
  • Propellers, Aerial, Efficiency of, 339 Magnesium Alloys for, 70. See LETTER, 264
  • Royal Air Force, Statistics of Aeroplane s, 69. See LETTER, 264; United States Aircraft for, 685
  • Seaplane Catapult Motorship “ Friesen- land,” 321*, 414*
  • Stability, Aeroplane. See Aeroplane (above).
  • Wind-Tunnel Experiments on Aeroplanes, 600
  • Experiments on Model Lattice-Steel Tower, 499.
  • — — Investigations on Drag, 331, 337.
  • See LETTER, 364
  • — — Tests of Steam-Turbine Blading, 246 Wing, Aeroplane, Laminar and Turbulent
  • Flow over, 397
  • — Loading and Aircraft Efficiency, 339*, 433
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • A. E.W., Ltd., Muffle-Type Electric Furnace, 61 Africa, Water Power in, 23
  • Africano, A., Junr., on Expansion and Contraction of Welded Rails, 619
  • Agricultural Drainage and Irrigation (Review), 438
  • — Engineers, Proposed Institution of, 657
  • — Hall. See Exhibition
  • — Implements, Petrol-Driven, Portable (Ate
  • liers des Charmilles S.A.), 370*
  • — Machinery, Position and Prospects, 243
  • Agricultural Motors. See Tractors
  • — and Rural Districts, Electrification of
  • (Review), 142
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Vehicles, Pneumatic-Tyred, Tests of, 648 Agriculture, Indian, and Soil Erosion, 711
  • — See also Irrigation and PARAGRAPH INDEX Air, Compressed; See Compressed Air; Pneumatic
  • — Compressing Plant for Direct-Drive Diesel
  • Locomotive, 251*
  • — Compressor, 35-cub. metre Four-Cylinder
  • Pokorny and Wittekind, 381*
  • Reduction of Noise Arising from, 640
  • Rotary, Two-Stage Positive (Northey-Boyce Rotary Engineering Co., Ltd.), 444*. See Erratum, 498
  • Two-Stage, Motor-Driven (Aeraspray Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 198*
  • — Conditioner, Portable (Ozonair, Ltd.), 205
  • — Conditioning and. Electricity-Supply Industry, 721
  • Plant with Washer Filter (Drummond
  • Patents (Holding), Ltd.), 262*
  • — —- Practice in United States, 370 of Railway Carriages, 450
  • — Filter, Protectovent (Vokes, Ltd.), 512*
  • —- Flow, Laminar and Turbulent, over Aeroplane Wings, 397
  • — Force, Royal. See Aeronautics
  • — Heater, Howden-Ljungstrom, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 259*
  • — Ministry. See Aeronautics
  • — Preheater, Barton Power Station, 533*
  • — Raid Precautions. See Aeronautics
  • — Receivers, Safety Provisions for, 314
  • — Register for Oil Burner (Babcock and Wilcox,
  • Ltd.), 170*
  • — Resistance of Passenger Trains, 62,100,146
  • — Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • — Supply, for Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel,
  • New York, 435*
  • — See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft. See Aeronautics
  • “ Airone,” Italian Torpedo-Boat Destroyer,
  • Launch of, 309, 561
  • .Airships. See Aeronautics
  • Airspeed Laundry Drying Machine, 355* Aiton and Co., Ltd., Steam Pipes, Thorpe Power
  • Stat on, Norwich, 315
  • Aktiebolaget Liljeholmens Kabelfabrik, 1,600- ton Hydraulic Lead-Extrusion Press for
  • Cable Covering, 595*. See Addendum, 652 Alcosa Blowers, 234
  • Aldridge, Radford and Co., Bramley Oil Refiner, 528*
  • Alexander, G. H., Machinery, Ltd., Universal High-Speed Milling Head, 282*
  • Allday, W., and Co., Ltd., Alcosa Blowers, 234 Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Ltd., 200-b.h.p. Six-
  • Cylinder Diesel Engines for Motor Ferry “ Lymington,” 507, 650*
  • Allgemeine Transportanlagen G.m.b.H., Pipe-
  • Forming and Laying Machine, 381* Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget,
  • 900-kVA Alternators, 111*
  • Allott, C. S., and Son, Extensions to Barton and Stuart Street Power Stations, Manchester, 531*
  • Allowances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Alternating Current. See Electric
  • — Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Alumina Cements in Structural Engineering, Report, 101
  • — Ware, Sintered, 52
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Industry, Japanese, Position of, 165
  • — Use in Warships', 525
  • — See also Metallurgy ; Metal-Price Diagrams American Bridge Co., San Francisco-Oakland
  • Bay Bridge, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*, 697*
  • — Navy. See United States under Warships
  • — Society of Mechanical Engineers. See
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • — Society for Testing Materials. See Testing
  • — See also United States
  • Ammann, O. H., Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New York, 375*, 435*
  • Ammonia Compressor, Twin-Cylinder Vertical (Rheinmetall-Borsig A.-G.), 380*
  • Amsler, A. J., and Co., Testing Apparatus for Piston Rings, 718*
  • Anchorages, San Francisco-Oakland Bay
  • Bridge, 491*, 553*, 697*
  • Andrew, Prof. J. H., on Colliery Haulage Drawgear, 163
  • Angleterre, Lorraine Alsace Co., Steamer “ Twickenham Ferry,” 141
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Annual Publications. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — and Reference Books, 73, 91, 152, 182, 252,
  • 282, 434, 560, 682, 718; See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Antimony Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Aplin, W. H. S„ Exhibits at Institution of
  • Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 714 Apparatus, Electrical, of Volta, 53*, 113
  • — Scientific, Exhibition, Institution of Civil
  • Engineers’ Conversazione, 713, 717*
  • Exhibition, Royal Society Conversazione, 602
  • Physical Society’s Exhibition, 19*, 43*, 56*, 86*
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Apprenticeship. See Education
  • Approaches,- San-Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 700*
  • Aquadag, Properties and Uses of, 18, 72*, 215*, 261*. See LETTER, 205
  • Arbitration in Labour Disputes. See Labour; Labour Notes; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Arc. See IFeZdwig
  • Arches, Portal, Welded. Model of, 714 Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects Architectural Design, Modern, Engineering Problems in, 301
  • — Research Group, Modern, Exhibition of
  • Architecture, 69
  • Ardoloy Carbide Tools, 430, 517
  • “ Aretusa,” Italian Destroyer, Launch of, 561 Argentine Railways, 100-h.p. Oil-Engined Railcars with Mechanical Transmission, 673* Arizona Canyon-Wall Outlet Works, Boulder Dam, 5*, 27*
  • Armament. See WarsAips
  • Armistead, R. J. R., on Guidance in Careers for Engineering Students, 704
  • Armour-Plate Carrying Trailer, 50-ton, 706* Armoured Ships. See Warships
  • Armstrong, J., and Co., Ltd., Newbury Control . for Laundry Washing Machines, 148* ;
  • Laundry Machinery, 353*
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., 3,240-h.p. Passenger Monoplane, 48*
  • Army Transport Organisation, 470
  • Arnold, Dr. R. N., on Impact Stresses in Freely-Supported Beam, 505. See
  • LETTER, 592
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Condensation on Board Ship, by S. J. Duly, 127; Origin of Petroleum in Relation to Formation of Anthracite, by J. Roberts, 185 ; Coal Carbonisation and Importance to Nation, by E. V. Evans, 272; Reclamation of Tidal Lands, by O. Borer, 273; Co- Ordination of Gas Supply, by Col. W. M. Carr, 628; Problems of Soil Erosion in British Empire, with Special Reference to India, by Dr. R. M. Gorrie, 711
  • Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Articulation Socket for Diesel Railcar, 385* Asbestos-Carding Machine, R. Klinger and Co., Ltd., 490*
  • — Moulded, for Fire Protection of Steel
  • Structures, 482
  • Ash Conveyor, Submerged (J. Thompson Engineering Co., Ltd.), 167*
  • — Handling Plant, Thorpe Power Station,
  • Norwich, 260*
  • — Testing Furnace, Gas-Fired (Babcock &
  • Wilcox, Ltd.), 613*
  • Asiatic Countries, Water Power in, 23 Association, British. See British Association
  • — Engineering. See Institutions
  • Asphalt Plant, Portable, for Road Making (Standard Steel Works), 719*
  • Astatic Voltage-Regulating Relay, 45*
  • Ateliers des Charmilles S.A., Portable Power- Driven Appliances, 370*
  • Atlantic, Centenary of Steam Navigation Across, 310, 398. See 333
  • — Flights, Weather Forecasts for, 369
  • — Liners. See Steamers
  • Atmospheric Conditions in Deep Mines, Improvement of, 600
  • Atomic Nuclei, Investigation by Cyclotron, 656
  • — Physics and Refrigeration, 501, 576. See
  • Errata, 535
  • Auerbach und Scheibe A.-G., Drilling Machine with Stepless Drive, 292*
  • August’s, Ltd., Sand-Mixing Plant, Jarrow, 633*. See Addendum, 653
  • Australia, Victoria, Merbein Pumping Station, 646*
  • Austro-German Patent Law. 685 Autobahnen in Germany, 127
  • Autocarrier,” S.S., for Motor Cars, 140 Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding Autolift Hydro-Extractor, 354*
  • Automatic Coil Winder and Electrical Equipment Co. Ltd., Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 56
  • Automatic Controls, Ltd., Automatic Control for Washing Machine, 411*
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automatic Telephone and Electric Co., Ltd.,
  • Strowger Remote-Control Equipment, 592 Automobile Engineers, Institution of, Independent Springing, by Dr. F. W. Lan- chester and G. H. .Lanchester, 41; Joint Meeting of Engineering Institutions on Essential Road Conditions Governing the Safety of Modern Traffic : Road Planning, by Dr. T. Adams, 271; Road Construction, by C. L. H. Humphreys, 272 ; Road Illumination, by L. J. Davis and G. S. Lucas, 272 ; Institution Royal Charter, 391
  • — See Motor Cars
  • Automotive Engineering Co., Ltd., Tappet-
  • Adjusting Screw, 202* Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Mariwe
  • Avery, W. and T., Ltd., Avery-Brownsdon Wear and Lubricant Tester, 199*; Industrial Weighing Machine, 199
  • Aviation. See A erouawHcs
  • Awnings, Ferro-Concrete, Wirral Railway Stations, 295
  • BABCOCK and WILCOX, LTD., 70-in. Seamless Boiler Drums, 196* : Intermediate- Type Chain-Grate .Stoker, 170*; Air Register for Oil Burner, 170* ; Gas-Fired Ash-Testing Furnace, 613* ; Drying Cupboard for Coal Samples, 613* ; Ro-Tap Mechanical Sieve for Pulverised Coal, 614* Bache, W. J., on Work of Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association, 592
  • Bacon, N. H., on Casting-Pit Practice in Open- Hearth Steel Melting Shops, 724. See 557 Bailey’s Size-Weight-Ratio Theory and 'Sampling of Coal, 242
  • Baird and Tatlock (London), Ltd., Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 20; Bara Gyro Centrifuge", 20
  • Baker Perkins. Ltd., Ironing Machine, 441* : Laundry Washing Machine, 441* ; Dry- Cleaning Plant, 441
  • Balance, Mercury, for Hvdraulic Investigations, 229*
  • — Sheet, Energy, of Gas Engine, 4, 55*, 114*,
  • 188*, 319*, 407*, 522*. See LETTERS, 385, 443
  • Balancing Gear for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214, 255
  • Balfour, Beatty and Co. Ltd., Ferro-Concrete Linings for Tube-Railway Tunnels, 400* ; Kut Barrage, 619*
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
  • Baltimore Sewage Works, Refuse-Grinding Plant, 81*
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • — Saws.. See Saws under Machine Tools Bars, Wrought-Iron, Specification, 717 Bara Gyro Centrifuge, 20
  • Barges, River, Experiments on Resistance of, 103
  • Barimar, Ltd., Welding of Fractured Hydraulic- Press Head, 73*
  • Barker, H. P., on Automatic Control of Street Lighting, 631
  • Barr and Stroud, Ltd., 12-ft. Base Rangefinder on Anti-Vibration Mounting, 571*
  • Barrage, Kut, on River Tigris, 619*
  • — Scheme, Thames, Inquiry Abandoned, 361 Barton Power Station, Manchester, Completion
  • of, 531*
  • Barwick, L. B., Merbein Pumping Station, Victoria, Australia, 646*
  • Barytes Deposits in Teesdale, 43
  • Bastian and Allen, Ltd., Return to No-Load Control System, 592
  • Bateman, E. H., on Analysis of Elastic Structures, 61
  • Batteries, Ltd., Emergency Lighting Equipment, 344*
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles ; Motor Truck Battleships. See WarsAips
  • Baumann, K., on Trends in Power Station Practice, 665. See 683
  • Bazzani, S. E. C., Maritime Station, Naples, 179*
  • Beams, Concrete, Torsion Tests of, 603
  • — Freely-Supported, Impact Stresses in, 505.
  • See LETTER, 592
  • Beardmore, W., and Co., Ltd., 56-ft. Boring Bar, 473*
  • Bearings, Ball and Roller, Manufacture and Testing of, 311
  • — Fabric, for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 694*
  • — for Single-Bucket Excavators, 223
  • — Use of Colloidal Graphite in, 71*, 142*, 215*
  • 261. See LETTER, 205
  • “ Belfast,” H.M. Cruiser, Launch of, 357
  • Belgian Administration de La Marine, S.S. “ London-Istanbul,” 140, 289*
  • Belgium, Engineering-Trade Statistics, 98,186, 203
  • — and England, Motor-Car Traffic between,
  • 139* 225* 289*
  • — Hasselt, Collapse of All-Welded Bridge, 669*
  • — Wind-Pressure Investigations in, 498*, 638* Bellahouston Park, Glasgow. Empire Exhibition, 446, 508*, 571*, 613*, 701*. See also vol. cxlvi
  • Bellamy, R. G., on Analysis for Trials of Engineering Plant, 264. See 192*. See LETTER, 323
  • Bellingham and Stanley, Ltd., Saccharimeter, 87 Bellman Transportable Aeroplane Hangar (Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd.), 515*. See A'rralMffi, 530
  • Bellows, Steel, Sensitive (International Technical Developments, Ltd.), 46
  • Belsey, W. J., on Alternating-Current Power System for Diesel-Engined Ships, 458*. See 464
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • B. E.N. Patents, Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 177
  • Bends, Pipe, Use as Flow Meters, 227*. See LETTER, 324
  • Bending Tests. See Tests (Materials) Bendix, Ltd., Universal Coupling, 174* Benford, Ltd., 14-cub. yd. per hour Automatic
  • Concrete Mixer, 725*
  • Bennie, H. D., After-Contraction Test for Fireclay Bricks, 52
  • Berry, J. W., on Production Engineering and
  • Technical Institutions, 273
  • Bessemer Medal Awarded to Dr. C. H. Desch, 540
  • Bevel Gears. See Gears
  • Bickley, Dr. W. C., on Analysis of Elastic
  • Structures, 61
  • Bicop Oxygen-Free Copper, 338* Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles Bidston Substation Circuit Breakers, Wirral
  • Railway, 296*
  • Binary Alloys. See- Alloys under Metallurgy Binnie, A. M., on Pressure-Distribution in
  • Convergent-Divergent Steam Nozzle, 250*, 283*. See 245
  • Biplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Birkenhead North Substation and Control
  • Room, Wirral Railway, 296* Birmingham Battery and Metal Co., Ltd.,
  • Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 201
  • — British Foundry-School Course, 416. See 63
  • — — Industries Fair, 167*, 197*, 213, 230*.
  • See Erratum, 264
  • — Central Technical School, Course for
  • Teachers in Foundry Subjects, 63. See 416 Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Continuous Belt-Conveyor Furnace, 169* Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Co.,
  • Ltd., Rolling Stock for Wirral Railway, 296*. See Addendum, 386
  • Birthday Honours List, 685
  • Bituminous Materials, Road Construction. See Roads
  • Black and Decker, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 234
  • Blackburn Aircraft, Ltd., 150-h.p. Cirrus Major
  • Aeroplane Engine, 174*
  • Blading, Steam Turbine, Effect of Circumferential Pitch on Torque, 245, 722*
  • — Turbine, Erosion Shields' for, 184 Biashill, A., Wire-Fence Weaving Machine, 234* Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Bleichert Transportanlagen G.m.b.H., Electrically-Driven Revolving Head Shovel, 383*
  • Blocks, Composite Concrete and Timber, for Dry Docks, 50
  • Bloom-Turning Device, Friemel, for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 637*
  • Blooming Mill, 40-in. Guest Keen Baldwins
  • Ltd., 635*, 657
  • Blow-Pipe. See Welding ; Cutting
  • Blowers, Alcosa (W. Allday and Co.,, Ltd.), 234 Blyth, F. G. H., Torsion Tests of Ferro-
  • Concrete Beams, 603
  • Board of Education, Course for Teachers in Foundry Subjects, 63; Courses for
  • Teachers in Engineering Subjects, 94;
  • Course for Teachers in High-Voltage Technology, 207
  • — of Trade, Indices of Production, 3 ; Reports,
  • Boiler-Explosion Inquiries, 8, 608 ; Committee on Qualifications of Marine Engineers, Report, 15, 686
  • Boat, Submarine. See Warships
  • Bogies, 900-h.p. Breda Electric Streamline Train, 90*
  • — for Diesel-Driven Articulated Three-Car
  • Train, 349*
  • — for 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined Railcar, 11*
  • — for Electric Locomotives, 514
  • — for 100-h.p. Oil-Engined Railcars, with
  • Mechanical Transmission, 673*
  • — Power, Articulated Diesel-Electric Train,205* for Railcar (Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd.), 385*
  • Boilers, Central-Heating, Specification, 708
  • — Coke-Fired, for Central Heating, 689
  • — Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Domestic, Radiation Tester for (Radiation,
  • Ltd.), 717*
  • — Drums, 70-in. Seamless (T. Firth and J.
  • Brown, Ltd.), 196*
  • — for Electric Power Stations, 665, 683
  • — Explosion Inquiries, Board of Trade Reports,
  • 8, 608
  • — Feed Pump. See Pump
  • Water Softening. See Water Softening
  • — Water. See Feed and Water
  • — Furnaces. See Stoker
  • — Gas-Fired “ Accessible ” (Cochran and Co.,
  • Annan, Ltd.), 197*
  • — High-Pressure, for Power Stations, 125
  • — — Pressure, Service Results with, 153
  • — Hot-Water, Domestic, Specification, 423
  • — La Mont, Aberdare Cables, Ltd., 511
  •  ?— Locomobile, with Superheater (Maschinen- fabrik Buckau R. Wolf A.-G.), 380*
  • — Locomotive, Determination of Efficiency,
  • 671
  • Heat Balances for, 671
  • See also Locomotive
  • — Marine, with Combustion-Chamber Super
  • heater, 429*, 453
  • Developments in, 36, 716
  • Early Transatlantic Steamers, 399
  • Explosions of, 608
  • — — Oil-Fuel Burning in, 50
  • — Mercury, for Ship Propulsion, 104
  • — Safety Provisions for, 314
  • — Sinuflow Induced-Draught (Cochran and Co.,
  • Annan, Ltd.), 410
  • — Steel-Embrittlement, Investigations on, 598
  • — Stirling, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich,
  • 258*
  • — Ultranomic (Davey, Paxman and Co. (Col
  • chester), Ltd.), 410
  • — Vertical Cylindrical Multitubular, Specifica
  • tion, 196
  • Boilers, Water-Tube, Marine, Development in, 37
  • Tube, Simon-Carves, Barton Power Station, 531
  • — Yarrow, S.S. “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” 675*
  • — See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Bolt Holes in Flanges, Effect of, 443*
  • — Tightener, Mechanical, Lincoln Vehicular
  • Tunnel Construction, 377*
  • Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, All-Welded Footbridge, 434*
  • Bondy, O., on Collapse of All-Welded Bridge, Hasselt, Belgium, 669*
  • Bone, Prof. W. A., on Interactions of Gases and Ore in Blast Furnace, 547. See 645 ; Obituary Notice of, 676
  • Books, New, Notes on, 79, 109, 138, 191, 217, 295, 325, 374, 425, 460, 518. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Received, 12, 38, 64, 92, 122, 150, 180, 208,
  • 238, 268, 298, 328, 356, 386, 416, 446, 474, 502, 534, 564, 596, 624, 652, 680, 708
  • Booms for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214,255* Booth, T., the Late, 178
  • Boreholes. See Wells
  • Borer, O., Reclamation of Tidal Lands, 273 Boring Machine. See AfacAine Tools
  • Born, Prof. M., on Statistical Laws of Nature, 507
  • Boulder Dam, United States, Outlet Works and Valves at, 5*, 27*
  • Boundary Layer, Flight Experiments on, 397
  • Bowen, Rear-Admiral H. G., on United States Naval Engineering History, 332
  • Boyse, C. O., Model of Lattice-Rib Aeroplane Hangar, 714
  • Bradford, T., and Co., Laundry Washing Machine, 442* ; Starchwork Ironing Machine, 442*
  • Bradley, G. W. J., on Development of By- Product Coking, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • Bragg, Prof. W. L., on Scientific Problems of Industry, 361, 391, 451
  • Bragg, Sir W. H., Awarded Institute of Metals’ Medal, 277; on Early Links between Science and Engineering, 539
  • Braithwaite, I., and Son (Engineers), Ltd., Laundry Washing Machines, 496
  • Brake, Railway, Exhauster (Northey-Boyce Rotary Engineering Co., Ltd.), 445*
  • — Solenoid-Operated (Igranic Electric Co.,
  • Ltd.), 44*
  • — See also Dynamometer
  • Braking Systems for Electric Locomotives, 514 —- — 900-h.p. Electric Streamline Train, 90* Bramley-Moore, S., Refining Plant for Used Lubricating Oil, 528*
  • Brassert, H. A., and Co., Ltd., Sodium-Carbonate Process for Iron Refining, 108
  • Brasses, Nickel, Properties of, 318
  • Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools, Ltd., Maxoven Gas-Fired Furnace, 702*
  • Brazing Carbide Tips to Tools, Methods of, 431 Breakdowns. See Accideute
  • Breast Rollers for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636* Breda Electric Streamline Train, 89* Bremner, D. A., on British Trade Policy, 97 Bressey, Sir C., Highway Development Survey, 1937, 567, 593*, 620*
  • Brest Dockyard, 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating Crane, 75*, 128*
  • Bricks, Building, Effect of Mode of Manufacture on, 26
  • — Chrome-Magnesite, Refractoriness-under-
  • Load, 52
  • — Fire. See also Firebricks; Refractory
  • Materials
  • — Silica, Permanent Expansion of, 52
  • Bridge, All-Welded, Hasselt, Belgium, Collapse of, 669*
  • — Falls View, Niagara Falls, Destruction by
  • Ice 397*
  • — Foot’ All-Welded, Bombay, 434*
  • Ferro-Concrete, Wirral Railway Stations, 295
  • — Road, Steel, Spondon, Derbyshire, 664*
  • — San Francisco-Oakland Bay, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*, 697*
  • — See also Culvert; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Bridge, I. C., on Structural Stress in Oil Tanker under Service Conditions, 494
  • Brier, H., the Late, 559
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., Magnetic Apparatus for Crack Detection, 218*; Service Records of Bristol Aero-Engines, 366; 905-h.p. Nine-Cylinder Sleeve-Valve Aero Engine, 513*
  • — Co-Operative Society, 10-12 cwt. Electric
  • Delivery Vehicle, 24*
  • Bristow, R. C., Port of Cochin Developments, 69
  • Bristow, W. A., on Scottish Low-Temperature Carbonisation Experiment, 178. See 96. See LETTER, 146
  • British Acetylene Association, Annual Luncheon, 539

British Association:

  • NoitingAawi Meeting, Section G : Engineering :
  • Engineering Problems of River Trent Catchment Board, by W. H. Haile, 131*
  • Cambridge Meeting, Section G: Engineering: Papers, by Junior Engineers for, 69 ; Programme, 451, 657
  • — Chemical Plant Manufacturers’ Association,
  • Annual Dinner, 243; Organisation of Research in a Works, by Dr. A. P. M. Fleming, 243
  • — Civil Aviation, Government Committee’s
  • Report on, 302
  • — Compressed Air Society, Annual Dinner, 127
  • — Constructional Steelwork Association, Dinner, 155
  • — Corporation Register of Shipping and Air
  • craft, Register Book, 182; Annual Report, 273
  • British Electric Resistance Co., Ltd., Control Panel for 10-kVA, 60,000-volt Testing Transformer, 86
  • — Electrical and. Allied Industries Research
  • Association, Luncheon, 185
  • and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Annual Report, 352
  • — — Development Association, Luncheon, 334
  • British Empire, Soil-Erosion Problems in, 711
  • — Engineers’ Association, British Trade Policy,
  • by D. A. Bremner, 97; Financing Engineering Work Abroad, by F. H. Nixon, 303 ; World Affairs and Trade, by Sir H. P. Croft, 451; Producer and Consumer, by Sir W. Larke, 570; Developments in Aeronautical Engineering, by Lord Sem- pill, 716
  • — Engineering, Wages and Labour Conditions
  • in (Review), 542
  • — Foundry School, Birmingham, Course at,
  • 416. See 63
  • — Gas Federation, Exhibit at British Industries
  • Fair, 167
  • — Industries Fair, Birmingham, 167*, 197*,
  • 213, 230*. See Erratum, 264
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Bicop Oxygen- Free Copper, 338*
  • — Isles, Geographic and Economic Survey
  • (Review), 687
  • British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., Swing-Hammer Gypsum Pulveriser, 323*
  • — Launderers’ Research Association, Exhibits
  • at International Laundry Exhibition, 442
  • British Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., Exhibits at International Laundry Exhibition, 443
  • British Metallic Packings Co. (1933), Ltd., Eight-Cylinder Crankless Hydraulic Pump, 306*. See Erratum, 338
  • — Naval Base, Singapore, Graving Dock, 158*
  • — Navy. See H.M. under Warships
  • British Oxygen Co., Ltd., Cutting Machines, 202 “ British Queen,” S.S., 310, 398
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • — Refractories Research Association, Report
  • on Chrome Refractories in Basic Open-Hearth Furnace, 720
  • — Rubber Producers’ Association, Report on
  • Pneumatic-Tyred Carts and other Equipment, 648
  • British Sangamo Co., Ltd., Prepayment Meter, 200* ; Portable Test Meter, 200 ; Thermal- Type Demand Meter, 200*
  • — Shipbuilding. See SAiytaUZding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • — Standards Institution. See Standards
  • — Switchgear Design, 568
  • British Thermostat Co., Ltd., “ Teddington ” Thermostat, 201*; Bellows-Gland Stop Valve, 201* ; Bellows Steam Trap, 201* ; Inverted-Bucket Steam Trap, 202*; Thermostatic Radiator Valve, 430*
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Portable Surge Oscillograph, 88*; Shield-Grid Thyratron, 88 ; Retaining Rings for TurboAlternator Rotors, 103*; 1,200-h.p.
  • Synchronous-Induction Motor for Cement Mill, 248*; Electrical Equipment for Trains for Wirral Railway, 297* ; Switchgear, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 405*; High-Speed Recurrent Surge Oscillograph, 603
  • British Timken, Ltd., Gas-Fired Case-Carburising Furnace for Roller-Bearing Components, 195*
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Broadbent, J., and Sons, Ltd., Automatic HydroExtractor for Laundries, 354*
  • “ Brontes,” Steam Trawler, Explosion of Liver- Boiling Vessel, 8
  • Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., 6-ft. Overhead Type Guillotine, 230* ; 4-ft. Under-Crank Type Guillotine, 230* ; Tube Cutting-off Lathe, 640*
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Portable Pneumatic Riveter, 190* ; Hydro-Pneumatic Squeeze Riveter, 519*; Pneumatic Sander and Grinder, 694*
  • Brotherhood, S., the Late, 559
  • Brown-Boveri Electrical Equipment for 8-8- cub. ft. Bucket-Wheel Excavator, 38*
  • Brown, D., and Sons (Hudd) Ltd., Gearing for Diesel-Electric Ferry, 543*. See Addendum., 598
  • Brown, F. G., Floor-Cleaning Machine, 224*, 414 Brown-Firth Research Laboratories, Voltage Control Device for Creep-Test Specimens, 603
  • Brownlie, D., on Producer-Gas-Driven Vessels, 608*
  • Brownsdon-Avery Wear and Lubricant Tester, 199*
  • Brussels University, Wind-Pressure Investigations, 499*
  • Bucket Conveyor. See Conveyor
  • — for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214, 256*
  • Buenos Aires and Pacific Railway, 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined Railcar, 10*, 33*
  • Great Southern and Western Railways, 100-h.p. Railcars with Mechanical Transmission, 673*
  • Building Bricks, Effect of Mode of Manufacture on, 26
  • — Centre, Air-Raid Precautions Exhibition, 580
  • — Code, Chicago, Welding Ordinances in, 146
  • — Construction Engineering Problems in, 301 See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — Factory, Welded, Steel Ceilings, Ltd., 278*
  • — Ferro-Concrete, Maritime Station, Naples,
  • 179*
  • — Foundry, All-Welded, Head, Wrightson &
  • Co., Ltd., 676
  • —- Industry, jPosition in, 479
  • — Protection against Lightning, 101
  • — Research Board, Acoustical Strain Gauge,
  • 603
  • Station, Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 714
  • — Steel-Framed, Empire Exhibition, Glasgow,
  • 508*
  • — — Welded, Tests of Joints in, 419
  • — Use of Glass in, 107
  • — Wind Action on, 280
  • Pressure on, Belgian Investigations, 499, 638*
  • Bulldozer, All-Welded (Steelweld Machinery Co.), 339*
  • Bunnerong Power Station, Sydney, 70-in. Seamless Boiler Drums, 196*
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
  • — of Standards. See United States
  • Burkhardt, J. E., on Marine Engineering in United States, 716
  • Burners, Oil Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., Solex Pneumatic Strip-Measuring Gauge, 365*
  • Bush, Dr. H. J., on Electrical Precipitation of Industrial Effluent Gases, 212. See 213
  • Business Budgets and Budgetary Control (Review). 276
  • Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, Cambridge, 512
  • Butterley Co., Ltd., Steel Road Bridge, Spon- don, Derbyshire, 664*
  • Butters Brothers and Co., Ltd., Gear Unit for 3-ton Electric Derrick Crane, 703* ; 2-ton Electric Worm-Geared Winch, 703*; Hoisting Crab for 3-ton Electric Overhead Travelling Crane, 703*
  • Byng, E. S., on Electrical Engineering Education, 16
  • CABLES, Steel-Wire, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 553*, 584*, 641*
  • — See also Wire Ropes and Electric
  • Caisson, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 492*
  • — Steel, for Ventilation Building, Lincoln
  • Vehicular Tunnel, New York, 377*
  • Caledonian Power Bill, Defeat of, 420
  • California, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*, 637*
  • Callendar, G. S., on Rise of Earth’s Surface Temperature due to Fuel Combustion, 267
  • Calorimetry of Gas-Engine Fuels, 4, 407
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Universal Vibrograph, 19*; Reflecting Dynamometer-Type Wattmeter, 20* ; Recording Apparatus for Torsional Damping, 119*
  • — Meeting, British Association, Section G
  • (Engineering), Papers by Junior Engineers for, 69 ; Programme, 451, 657
  • — Psychological Laboratory, Co-Ordination
  • Performance Apparatus, 603
  • — University, Busk Studentship in Aero
  • nautics, 512; Engineering Laboratory, 10-ton Autographic Testing Machine, 309*, 326*; Examinations in Metallurgy at, 378; Investigation on Tensile Tests of Light Alloys, 530*
  • Canada, Hydro-Electric Progress in, 42
  • — Water Power in, 23
  • Canadian Mineral Industry in 1936, Report, 195 Canals, Flow Hydraulics of, 30, 83*. See Erratum, 122
  • — and Inland Waterways, British, Position of,
  • 421
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Canet Lecture on Early Links between Science and Engineering, 539
  • Canning, W., and Co., Ltd., Automatic Polishing Machine, 169* ; Electroplating Equipment, 169
  • Cantilever Spans, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 697*
  • “ Capetown Castle,” M.S., Description of, 471* Capital and Labour. See Labour and Labour Notes
  • Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • — Rail. See Carriages, Railway
  • Carbide Tools, Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Report on, 424, 430*, 516*
  • Carboloy Carbide Tools, 430, 516
  • Carbon Dioxide from Fuel Combustion, Effect on Earth’s Surface Temperature, 267
  • Recorder (G. Kent, Ltd.), 58*
  • Use in Refrigeration, 576
  • — Effect on Expansion of Chromium Steels, 578*
  • — Monoxide, Catalytic Combustion on Platinum Wire, 587*
  • — Physical Properties of, 17
  • Carbonisation, Coal, from Plant Designer’s View-Point, 688
  • Carburation in Theory and Practice (Review), 187
  • Carburisation. See Heat-Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cardiff Meeting, Institution of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers, Institution of
  • Carding Machine, Asbestos, R. Klinger and Co., Ltd., 490*
  • Cargo Spaces in Ships, Prevention of Condensation in, 127
  • — Steamer . See Steamers
  • Carpenters, Worshipful Company of, Court Dinner, 333. See LETTER, 386
  • Carr, Col. W. M., on Co-Ordination of Gas Supply, 628
  • Carriages, Railway, 900-h.p. Breda Electric Streamline Train, 89*
  • Diesel-Driven, Great Northern Railway of Ireland, 385*
  • Diesel-Electric Trains, Ceylon, 205*
  • 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined, Buenos Aires and Pacific Railway, 10*, 33*
  • Electrically-Driven, Wirral Railway, 296*. See Addendum, 386
  • Factors in Smooth Running of, 449
  • London Midland and Scottish, Diesel- Driven Three-Car Train, 349*
  • for London Underground Railways, 68
  • 100-h.p. Oil-Engined, with Mechanical Transmission, 673*
  • Use of Fluid Couplings, 482, 552*
  • Cartwright, W. F., on Design and Operation of Modern Blooming Mill, 635*, 694*. See 657
  • Case Hardening. See Heat-Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cass Technical Institute, Lectures in Chemical Engineering, 207
  • Cast Iron, Molten, Effect of Sodium Carbonate on, 108
  • — — Research and Gas Industry, 689
  • Casting-Pit Practice in Open-Hearth Melting Shops, 557, 724
  • Catalogues, 79,110,138,196,224, 314, 344, 404, 461, 552, 612, 640, 696, 725. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Catalysts for Automatic Lighting of Gas Appliances (Gas Light and Coke Co.), 45
  • Catalytic Combustion of Gases on Metals, 587*
  • Catapult for Seaplane Motorship “ Friesen- land,” 321*, 414*
  • Catchment Board, River Trent, Engineering Problems of, 131*
  • “ Catherine,” S.S., Fireproof Construction in,104 Cathode-Ray Indicator, Use in Oil-Engine
  • Research, 403
  • Oscillograph, Dumont, 61
  • Catmur Machine Tool Corporation, Limited, Precision Jig-Boring Machine, 219*
  • Catterson-Smith, R. M., Electric Furnace for Pressure Vessel, 61*
  • Catwalks, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 584*
  • Cavitation of Propellers, Effect on Thrust and Torque, 183
  • Ceiling Construction, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New York, 377*
  • Cellactite and British Uralite, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 171
  • Cements, High-Alumina, Use in Structural Engineering, 101
  • — Mill, 1,200-h.p. Synchronous-Induction
  • Motor for, 248*
  • — See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX Centenaries Engineering, in 1938, 16
  • — of G. Kent, Ltd., 707
  • — of Col. J. Stevens, 273
  • — of Transatlantic Steam Navigation, 310, 398.
  • See 333
  • Central Electricity Board, Annual Report, 360 ; Tariff for North-East England, 713
  • — Station. See Power Station Centrifugal Pumps. See Pumps Centrifuge, Bara Gyro (Baird and Tatlock (London), Ltd.), 20
  • Ceramic Society (Refractory and Building- Materials Section), Effect of Temperature and Humidity on Rate of Drying of Clay Shapes, by H. H. Macey, 26; Effect of Mode of Manufacture on Some Physical Properties of Building Bricks, by A. Green, 26 ; Practical Experiences in De-Airing of Heavy Clay Goods, by F. H. Clews, 26; Reliability of Thermal Conductivity Measurements for Insulating Materials, by H. Oliver, 52; After-Contraction Test for Fireclay Bricks, by H. D. Bennie, 52; Effect of Fluxes on Under-Load Strength of Fireclay, by J. F. Hyslop and J. McNab, 52 ; An X-Ray Survey of Refractories, by Dr. Jay and Dr. J. H. Chesters, 52 ; Gas- Tight Sintered Alumina Ware, by V. H. Stott, 52 ; Relationship between Composition and Refractoriness-under-Load of Commercial Chrome-Magnesite Bricks, by A. E. Dodd, 52; Refractoriness-under- Load of Chrome-Magnesite Bricks, by A. E. Dodd, 52; Refractoriness-under- Load Test, Part II, Experiments on Effect of Variation in Height of Test Piece, by F. H. Clews and A. T. Green, 52; Permanent Expansion of Silica Bricks, by A. E. Dodd, 52 ; Chrome Refractories for Use in Neutral Course of Basic Open- Hearth Furnace, by F. R. Lynam and W. J. Rees, 720; Tunnel Kilns in Heavy Clay Industries and Developments in South Africa, by G. C. Matthews, 720
  • Ceylon Government Railway, Diesel-Electric Trains, 205*
  • — Village Irrigation in, 432
  • Chadwick, Prof. J., on Cyclotron and its Applications, 656
  • Chadwick, R., on Strength of Soft-Soldered Joints, 319
  • Chain Belt Co., Rex Triturator for Sewage Screenings, 266*
  • — Roller, Use in Single-Bucket Excavators,
  • 214, 224*
  • — Slings, Wrought-Iron, Specification, 504
  • — Tracks for Single-Bucket Excavators,
  • 214, 221*
  • Chalybian Steel Process, History of, 637
  • Chambers, G. M., on Launch of S.S. “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” 549*. See 525
  • Chambers, J., and Co., S.S. “ Lancaster Castle ” and “ Lowther Castle,” 427*, 453
  • Chenango, River, United States, Flood Control Investigations, 446
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Channels, Open, Hydraulics of Streams in, 30, 83*. See Erratum, 122
  • Chantiers de France, Dunkirk, Pontoon, 250- ton Floating Crane, Brest Dockyard, 75*
  • Chapelon, A., Improvements in Compound Locomotives, 389
  • Charging Machine for Case-Carburising Furnace, 195
  • Charing Cross Station, Air-Raid Precautions Exhibition, 580; Underground Railway Accident near, 601
  • Chariot, Ingot, for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636* Charmilles, Ateliers, Portable Power-Driven Appliances, 370*
  • Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd., f-cub. yd. Hi-Lift Shovel, 168*
  • Chaytor, Capt. J. C., on Air-Conditioning, 721 Chemical-Engineering Congress, London, 1936, Transactions of (Review), 394
  • —- — Lectures at Sir John Cass Technical Institute, 207
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Presidential
  • Address, by Dr. W. Cullen, on Chemical Engineering, 213 ; Applications of Electrical Precipitation to Industrial Effluent Gases, by Dr. H. J. Bush, 212. See 213; Annual Dinner, 213 ; Joint Meeting with Institution of Mechanical Engineers on Problems of Deep Mine, 600
  • — for Weed Control on Roadsides, 109 Chemistry of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — and Metallurgical Research, 277
  • — Physical, Application to Steelmaking, 586
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cherry Tree Machine Co., Ltd., Hydro-Extractor Cover Safety Device, 442; Drying Tumbler for Laundries, 442*
  • Cheshire, Wirral Railway, Electrification of, 295*. See Addendum, 386
  • Chesterfield Tube Co., Ltd., Hollow-Steel- Forging Plant, 544
  • Chesters, Dr. J. H., on X-Ray Survey of Refractories, 52; on Steelworks Refractories, 612. See 541
  • Chicago Building Code, Welding Ordinances,146 Chilowski Light Relay, 46
  • Chimney, Ferro-Concrete, Thorpe Power Station, 257*
  • Chrome-Magnesite Bricks, Refractoriness- under-Load, 52
  • Bricks for Steelworks, 541, 612
  • — Refractories, Use in Basic Open-Hearth
  • Furnace, 720
  • Chromium, Effect on Expansion of Chromium Steels, 578*
  • — Plating Machine, Drummond Washer Filter
  • for, 263*
  • —- Steels, Effect of Copper on, 692*
  • Effect of Chromium and Carbon on Expansion, 578*
  • Chute, Silt-Extractor, Grey-Iron Foundry, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 662*
  • Circular Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools Circulating Pumps. See Pumps
  • Circulator, Marine Boiler, Explosion of, 608
  • Cirrus Major, 150-h.p., Four-Cylinder Aero Engine, 174*
  • Citric Acid, Attack of Mild Steel by, 630
  • City and Guilds Institute, Jubilee of Associate Diploma, 539
  • Civil Aerial Transport. See AeronawZics

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • Exemptions from Examinations of, 248 Annual Dinner, 334
  • Forrest Lecture on Disorderly Molecules and Refrigerating Engineering, by Sir F. Smith, 501, 576. See Errata, 535
  • Air-Raids Precautions Committee, Appointment of, 601
  • Report of Research Committee, 478 Award of Kelvin and Ewing Medals, 243, 474, 539
  • Conversazione and Exhibition, 713, 717* Manchester and District Association :
  • Development of Village Irrigation Works in North Central Province of Ceylon, by A. F. Lambert, 432
  • Clarkson Thimble Tube Boiler Co., Ltd., Gycentric Silencer-Economiser, 170*
  • Clays, Fire. SeeFireftrtcfcs; IPfractory Materials
  • — Goods, Heavy, De-Airing of, 26
  • — Shapes, Effect of Temperature and Humidity
  • on Drying of, 26
  • Cleaning Machine, Floor (F. G. Brown), 224*, 414
  • Cleveland Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — and the Northern Counties, Notes from, 13,
  • 38, 65,93,123,151,181,209,239,269,299, 329., 357, 387, 417, 447, 475, 503, 535, 565, 597, 625, 653, 681, 709. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Clews, F. H., on De-Airing of Heavy Clay Goods, 26; on Refractoriness-under-Load Test, 52
  • Climate. See Meteorological
  • Clothier, H. W., on Safeguards against Interruptions of Electricity Supply, 67 ; Obituary Notice of, 337
  • Cloud Forecasting, .Use of Tephigram in, 267
  • Clough, F. H., on Electrical Engineering Education, 16
  • Clutches, for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214, 222*
  • Clyde Navigation Trust, Diesel-Electric Vehicular Ferry, 543.* See Addendum, 598
  • GOa. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal, Brown, 8-8-cub. ft. Bucket-Wheel Excavator for, 37*
  • — Carbonisation and Domestic Heating, 272 from Plant Designer’s View-Point, 688
  • — Classification of, 414
  • — Cleaning, Importance to Gas Industry, 660
  • — Coke, Gas and Electricity, Competition
  • between, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Handling at Electric Power Stations, 667,
  • 683
  • — Industry and the Fuel Situation, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • — Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Scottish
  • Coals, 96. See LETTERS, 146,178
  • — Meters, Romer-Lea, Fulham Power Station, 280*
  • — Mine. See Colliery
  • — versus Oil for H.M. Ships, 382, 422
  • — Oil from, Imperial Defence Committee’s
  • Report, 211
  • — Processing of, Developments in, 660
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Samples, Drying Cupboard for (Babcock &
  • Wilcox, Ltd.), 613*
  • — Sampling of, Application of Size-Weight-
  • Ratio Theory to, 242
  • — Scottish, Oil Production from, 96. See
  • LETTERS, 146,178
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coast-Guard Cutters, United States Design, 50 Coasting Vessels, Model Experiments on, 493 Coates, T. (1927), Ltd., Concrete-Pipe Sewer
  • Construction, Glazebury, 560*
  • Coatings, Thickness Meter for (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 86*
  • — Tin, on Copper, Porosity of, 319
  • Cobley, W. H., the Late, 130
  • Cochin, Port of, Development of, 69
  • Cochran and Co., Annan, Ltd., “ Accessible ” Gas-Fired Boiler, 197* ; Sinuflow Induced- Draught Boiler, 410
  • Codd, A. M., Electrostatic Generator, 88 Codes, Private, for Industry, 155
  • Coke-Fired Boilers for Central Heating, 689
  • — Gas, Electricity and Coal, Competition
  • between, 538. See LETTER, 592 -
  • — Industry, Need for Organisation in, 538.
  • See LETTER, 592
  • — Oven Gas for Gas Undertakings, 629
  • in Steel Works, Collieries and Gas Works, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • — Research Committee, Midland, Report, 414
  • — and its Scientific Uses; 689
  • Coking, By-Product, Development of, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • — Low-Temperature, of Coal. See Coal Cold-Metal Practice in Fixed Open-Hearth Furnaces, 558
  • Cold Saw. See Machine Tools
  • — Storage. See Refrigeration
  • Coldair, Ltd., Domestic Refrigerators, 171; Wembley Factory for Electric Refrigerators, 548*
  • Cole, A. P., on Destroyer-Turning Circles, 452 College. See Education
  • Collet und Engelhard, Automatic Die-Sinking Machine, 293
  • Collett, C. B., 4-6-0 Type Mixed-Traffic Locomotive, 189*
  • Collieries, Coke Ovens at, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • — Haulage Drawgear, Metallurgical Examina
  • tion of, 163
  • — Lighting. See Safety Lamps
  • — Oil-Engined Locomotive for, 7
  • — See also Mines and Coal
  • Collis, J., and Sons, Ltd., Hydraulic Stacking Machines, 70.1*
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloidal Graphite, Properties and Applications of, 17*, 71*, 142*, 215*, 260*. See LETTER, 205
  • Colorado River, Boulder-Dam Outlet Works and Valves, 5*, 27*
  • Colorimeter, Photo-Electric (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 165
  • Columbia Steel Co., San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*, 697*’
  • Columns, Steel, Welded, Steel Ceilings, Ltd., Factory, 278*
  • Combined Optical Industries, Ltd., Plastic Material Lenses, 57
  • — Stress. See under Tests (Materials) Combustion Appliance Makers’ Association
  • (Solid Fuel), Annual Luncheon, 390 —- Catalytic, of Gases on Metals, 587*
  • — Chamber Design for High-Speed Oil Engines, 342. See LETTER, 688*
  • — of Gases, Change of Volume during, 319*.
  • See LETTERS, 385,443
  • — in Locomotive Boilers, Investigation of, 671
  • — See also Fuel; Gases
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor Cars- See Motor Commonwealth. See Australia
  • Como, Volta Temple at, 1*, 53*
  • Compacting Machine for Cables, San Francisco- Oakland Bay Bridge, 641*
  • Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Complete Machinery and Equipment, Inc., Wellpoint. Pumping System, 559*
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Stress. See Tests (Materials) Compressed-Air Tools. See Machine Tools Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor
  • “ Conakrian,” S.S., Reheater Triple-Expansion Engine, 430*, 453
  • Concentration Recorder and Controller (Negret- ti and Zambra), 45*
  • Conciliation in Labour Disputes. See Labour; Labour Notes; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Concordia Electric Safety Lamp Co., Ltd., Miner’s Cap Lamp, 234*
  • Concrete Beams, Torsion Tests of, 603
  • — Dam, Rfig Hydro-Electric Scheme, North
  • Wales, 485*
  • — Mixer, 14-cub. yd. per hour Automatic
  • (Benford,. Ltd.), 725*
  • — Piers, Kut Barrage, 620*
  • — Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete
  • — for Roads, Road Research Board’s Report,
  • 272
  • — Road Forming Machine, 9 ft. (Marshall,
  • Sons A Co. (Successors), Ltd.), 62*
  • — Vibrated, Tests of, 307
  • — Wimet-Tipped Drill for (A. C. Wickman
  • Ltd.), 177*
  • — See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Condensation in Ships’ Cargo Spaces, Prevention of, 127
  • — in Convergent-Divergent Steam Nozzles,
  • 246, 250, 283*
  • — of Steam, Heat Transfer in, 643*
  • Condenser Heater, Highfield (Meldrums, Ltd.), 410*
  • — Surface, Hall’s Patent for, 399
  • for 60,000-kW Turbo-Generator, Barton Power Station, 533
  • — — for 30,000-kW Turbo-Generator, Thorpe
  • Power Station, 315*
  • — See also Electric
  • Conference, International, of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. See Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, International Conference
  • — Michigan Highway, Report, 24
  • — World Power, Vienna Meeting, British
  • Papers, 190; Chemical-Engineering Congress, London (Review), 394; Vienna Meeting, Arrangements and Programme, 478, 602; Report of Council for 1937, 478
  • Congress, Chemical Engineering, London, 1936, Transactions (Review), 394
  • — International Engineering, Glasgow, Programme, 328, 536
  • Road, The Hague, Programme, 17 Conners Creek Power Station, Modernisation of, 125
  • Constable, Dr. J. E. R., on Reduction of Noise from Air Compressor, 640
  • Construction Purposes, Mechanical Appliances for (Review), 187
  • Constructional Engineering Industry, Position and Prospects, 479
  • Contamination of Wells by Salt Water, 224 Continent and England, Motor-Car Traffic between, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • Contracts, 12, 38, 64, 92, 122, 150, 180, 208, 238, 268, 298, 356, 386, 416, 446, 474, 502, 534, 564, 596, 624, 652, 680, 708
  • Control Apparatus, Distant, for Valves (Elliott Brothers.(London), Ltd.), 21
  • Newbery, for Laundry Washing Machines, 148*
  • •— Automatic, for Laundry Washing Machines (Automatic Controls, Ltd.), 411*
  • — Equipment, Strowger Remote, 592
  • — Gear for Twin Tyre-Vulcanising Press, 545*,
  • 611*
  • — Instruments for Air-Conditioning Plant,
  • Control and Metering Equipment, Boiler Plant, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 259*
  • — Panel, Diesel-Driven Articulated Three-Car
  • Train, 351*
  • for 10-kVA, 60,000-volt, Testing Transformer (British Electric Resistance Co., Ltd.), 86
  • — Room, Birkenhead North, Wirral Railway,
  • 296*
  • Switchgear, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 407*
  • — System, Central, for Electric Street Lighting, 592,631
  • — — for Electric Locomotives, 514
  • Electro-Pneumatic, for 100-h.p. Oil- Engined Railcars, 673*
  • Return to No-Load (Bastian and Allen, Ltd.), 592
  • — Tempomat, for Electric Welder (Philips
  • Industrial (Philips Lamps), Ltd.), 232* See Erratum, 264
  • — Unit for Laundry Washing Machines (Mar
  • shall, Hunt and Partners, Ltd.), 442*
  • — Ward-Leonard, for Single-Bucket Elevators,
  • 214,221*
  • — — Leonard, for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636 Controller, Concentration, and Recorder
  • (Negretti and Zambra), 45*
  • — Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • — Indicating, for Gas and Oil Furnaces (Ether,’
  • Ltd.), 198*
  • — Ratio-Flow, Ring-Gauge(G. Kent, Ltd.), 59*
  • — and Recorder, Temperature and Humidity
  • (Short and Mason, Ltd.), 60*
  • Conveyor, Ash, Submerged (J. Thompson Engineering Co., Ltd.), 167*
  • — Band, with Photo-Electric Relay (A. L. Marshall (Carlton), Ltd.), 413*
  • — Belt Furnace, Continuous (Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd.). 169*
  • — — Totally-Enclosed Direct Drive for
  • (Mavor and Coulson, Ltd.), 573*
  • — Grey-Iron Foundry, Ruston and Horr.sby,
  • Ltd., 661*
  • — Use of Fluid Couplings with, 482, 663* Coode, Wilson, Mitchell and Vaughan-Lee, Kut
  • Barrage, 619*
  • Cook, F. J., Mechanised Foundry, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 483*
  • Cook, Dr. M., on Properties of Nickel Brasses, 318
  • Cooksley, A., the Late, 445
  • Cooper, M. J. S., on Manufacture of Ball and Roller Bearings, 311
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass ; and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Crystallisation of, Influence of Alloying
  • Elements on, 318
  • — Effect on Alloy Steels, 692*
  • on Magnesium, 304
  • — Imports of, 185
  • — Oxygen-Free, Bicop (British Insulated
  • Cables, Ltd.), 338*
  • — Porosity of Tin Coatings on, 319
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Production in Canada, 195
  • — Strip, Soft Solder for, Experiments on, 319 —- See also Metallurgy
  • Core-Making Plant, Grey-Iron Foundry, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 622*, 661*
  • — Sand Recovery Plant, Grey-Iron Foundry,
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 662*
  • Cornell University, Flood Control Investigations on River Chenango, 446
  • Corrosion Committee, Iron and Steel Institute, Fifth Report, 646
  • — of Galvanised Iron Wire, 645
  • — by Impact of Falling Drops, Investigations
  • on,521*
  • — Inhibition by Colloidal Graphite, 260*
  • Costantini, M., on Vibration in Ships, 495
  • Coupling, Automatic, 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined
  • Railcar, 33*
  • — Flexible, Internal-Gear Type (Crofts (En
  • gineers), Ltd.), 518*
  • — Fluid, Problems in Power Transmission by,
  • 481, 487*, 551*, 663*
  • for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214, 223*
  • — Pipe, Anti-Vibration (Pulsometer Engineer
  • ing Co., Ltd.), 396*
  • — Wellman-Bibby, for 40-in. Blooming Mill,
  • 636
  •  ?— Universal (Bendix, Ltd.), 174*
  • — See also Clutch
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insulation
  • Crab, Hoisting, for 3-ton Overhead Electric Travelling Crane (Butters Brothers and Co., Ltd.), 703*
  • Crack-Testing Equipment for Aero-Engine Parts, 218*
  • Cracking, Intercrystalline, in Lead Water Pipes, 286*
  • — Plant for Fischer-Tropsch Spirit, 236* Crane, Derrick, 3-ton Electric, Gear-Unit for
  • (Butters Brothers and Co., Ltd.), 703*
  • —? 250-ton Floating, Diesel-Electric, Brest Dockyard, 75*, 128*
  • — Hammer-Head, San Francisco-Oakland Bay
  • Bridge, 583*
  • — Mobile, 11,000-lb. Battery-Driven (Miag),
  • 526*
  • — 11,000-lb. Oil-Driven (Miag), 526*
  • — Overhead Electric, Cost and Efficiency of
  • Hoisting Motion of, 164. See Erratum, 188
  • — Revolving, 15-ton Electric, for Seaplane
  • Catapult, M.S. “ Friesenland,” 321*
  • — Safety Provisions for, 313
  • — See also Coal-Handling Plant; Hoists.
  • Crankshaft for Wright G.100 Cyclone Aero Engine, 678*
  • Crawler Tracks for Single-Bucket Excavators, .214, 221*
  • Creep of Metals. See Tests Materials
  • Crewe, New Rolls-Royce Aero-Engine Factory, 685
  • — Railway Accident at, Report, 416
  • Croft, Sir H. P., On World Affairs and Trade, 451
  • Crofts (Engineers), Ltd.), Two-Motor Variable- Speed Worm Drive, 207* ; Internal Gear- Type Flexible Coupling, 518*
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Induction Motors, 78*; Fractional Horse-Power Split- Phase and Capacitor Motors, 580
  • Croydon, Distribution and Sale of Gas at, 689 Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, OiZ Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crystals, Single, Plastic Strain in, 569
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Metallography ; Micro-Photographs
  • Crystallisation of Copper, Influence of Alloying Elements on, 318
  • Cullen, Dr. W., on Chemical Engineering, 213
  • Cullwick, Prof. E. G., on Effects of Short Circuits on Electric Supply Systems, 648. See 348
  • Culvert, Circulating Water, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 315*
  • Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Customs Building, Ferro-Concrete, Dover Harbour, 225*
  • Cutanit Carbide Tools, 430, 516
  • Cutland, R. S., on Experiments with Model of High-Speed Ship, 465
  • Cutting Machines, Oxygen-Jet (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 202
  • Oxygen-Jet (Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 202
  • Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects, 97,117
  • — Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • Cyclotron and its Application, 656
  • Cylinder Wear. Prevention by Colloidal Graphite, 72*, 142*, 260. See LETTER, 205
  • — Thick, Determination of Stresses in, 279*
  • “DAILY MAIL” Ideal-Home Exhibition, Olympia, 421
  • Dairies, Treatment of Waste Water from, 712
  • Dam, Boulder, United States, Outlet Works and Valves at, 5*, 27*
  • — Concrete, Rug Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • North Wales, 485*
  • Damping, Torsional, Recording Apparatus for, 119*
  • Darwins, Ltd., Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 22
  • Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester), Ltd., Ultranomic Boiler, 410
  • Davidson, J. V., the Late, 282
  • Davies, J. A., on Fuel in Open-Hearth Steel Practice, 607. See 557
  • Davies, L. J., on Road Illumination, 272
  • Davies, Dr. R. M., On Interference Apparatus for Determining Elastic Moduli of Short, Thick Rods, 580
  • Davies, Prof. S. J., on Developments in High- Speed Oil Engines, 342,* 400*. See LETTER, 688*
  • Davies, Dr. W., on Catalytic Combustion of Gases on Metals, 587*
  • Dawnays, Ltd., Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 257*
  • Dawson, A. J., on Power of Shallow-Draught River Tugboats, 103
  • De-Airing of Heavy Clay Goods, 26
  • De Brath, S., the Late, 89
  • De Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., Operating Experience with Gipsy Major Aero Engines, 264
  • De Juhasz, Prof. K. J., on Graphical Analysis of Transient Phenomena in Linear Flow, 713
  • De Schelde Co., Machinery for S.S. “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” 675*
  • De-Tarring Plant, Whessoe-Woodall-Duckham, Willoughby Lane Gas Works, 690
  • Deane, H. J., Control Apparatus for Regulating Sluices, 714
  • Decimal Classification System, Universal, for Literature, 627
  • Decks, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 641*
  • Delaware and Hudson Railroad Corporation, Sperry Rail-Welding Equipment, 617*
  • Demag, A.-G., 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating Crane, Brest Dockyard, 75*, 128*
  • “ Demologos,” United States Defence Vessel, 332
  • Dennis Brothers, Ltd., Chassis for 100-ft. Turntable Water-Tower Fire Escape, 23*
  • Denny, W., and Brothers, Ltd., Motor-Ferry “ Lymington,” with Voith-Schneider Propellers, 507, 650*
  • Denudation and Soil Erosion, 711
  • Derbyshire, Spondon Steel Road Bridge, 664* Derricks. See Cranes
  • Desch, Dr. C. H., on Chemist’s View of Metallurgy, 277 ; Awarded Bessemer Medal, 540 Destroyers. See TParsAfps
  • Detonation in Internal-Combustion Engines (Review), 437
  • Detroit Edison Co., Modernisation of Conners Creek Power Station, 125
  • Deutsche Lufthansa A.-G., Seaplane Catapult, M.S. “ Friesenland,” 321*, 414*
  • Dewrance and Co., Ltd., Excess-Pressure Isolating Valve, 410*
  • Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator
  • — Metal-Price. See Metal-Price Diagrams Die-Casting Machine, Zinc-Alloy (Reed-Prentice Corporation), 249*
  • Process, Applications of, 463*
  • — Drawing, Adjustable Box (A. Herbert, Ltd.),
  • 174*
  • Diesel-Engine Users’ Association, Jubilee Dinner, 181; Report on Diesel-Engine Progress in 1937, 450
  • — — See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Propulsion
  • Differential Gear. See Gear
  • Digging Machine. See Excavator
  • Digma 3-cub. yd., Scraper, 234*
  • Dilatometer for Expansion Tests of Chromium Steels, 579*
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Discharge Coefficients for Pipe Bends, 227. See LETTER, 324
  • Disputes, Trades. See Labour
  • Dissociation in Gas-Engine Cylinders, 56
  • Distilling and Evaporating Plant, Marine (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 614*
  • Distributor, Steam (Hopkinson, Ltd.), 718*
  • D. M. W. Sensitive Steel Bellows, 46
  • Dobson, Lieut.-Col. J. H., on Improvement in 'Atmospheric Conditions in Deep Mines, 600
  • Dock, Dry, Composite Concrete and Timber Blocking for. 50
  • — Graving, at British Naval Base, Singapore,
  • 158*
  • Dockyard, Brest, 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating Crane, 75*, 128*
  • Documentation, International Federation for, Oxford Conference, 155
  • Dodd, A. E., on Refractoriness-under-Load of Chrome-Magnesite Bricks, 52; on Permanent Expansion of Silica Bricks, 52
  • Domestic Heating by Electricity, Effect on Power-Station Practice, 241
  • — Gas versus Electricity for, 272
  • — Use of Coke, 689
  • Donovan Electrical Co., Ltd., Runtact Overhead Power Duct, 233*
  • Door-Opening Gear, Automatic (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 34
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 258*
  • Dover Harbour, Handling of Motor-Car Traffic at, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • Dowson, R., on Effect of Circumferential Pitch of Steam-Turbine Blades on Torque, 245,722*
  • Drainage, Excavation, Wellpoint Pumping System for (Millars’ Machinery Co., Ltd.), 559*
  • — and Irrigation, Agricultural (Review), 438
  • — Land, and Road Design, 589
  • — Works by River Trent Catchment Board, 132 Drawing-Die Box, Adjustable (A. Herbert,
  • Ltd.), 174*
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd., Duplex Cycle Recorder for Twill Tyre Press, 611*
  • Drewry Car Co., Ltd., 100-h.p. Oil-Engined Railcars, with Mechanical Transmission, 673*
  • Drills and Drilling Machines. See J/acAine Tools Driving Chains. See Chains
  • — Systems for Electric Locomotives, 513
  • Drop Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Drums, Boiler, 70-in. Seamless (T. Firth and J. Brown, Ltd.), 196*
  • Drummond Patents (Holdings), Ltd., Air- Conditioning Plant with Washer Filter,262*
  • Dry-Cleaning Plant (Baker Perkins, Ltd.), 441
  • — — Plant, “ Gem ” (Henius, Ltd’.), 496* Plant, Simplex (Solvent Recoverers,
  • Ltd.), 496
  • — Dock. See Dock
  • Drying of Clay Shapes, Effect of Temperature and Humidity, 26
  • — Cupboard for Coal Samples (Babcock &
  • Wilcox, Ltd.), 613*
  • — Machine Airspeed, for Laundries (Lister
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 355*
  • for Laundries, 354*, 412, 442*
  • — Tumbler for Laundries (Cherry Tree Machine
  • Co., Ltd.), 442*
  • Du Buat’s Work on Hydrodynamics, 30
  • Duct, Power, Overhead, Runtact (Donovan Electrical Co., Ltd.), 233*
  • — Ventilation, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New
  • York, 377*, 435*
  • Duddell Medal, Award to Prof. H. Geiger, 569
  • Dudding, B. P., on Glass and Lighting Industry, 107
  • Dudley, Earl of, on Iron and Steel Industry, 540 Duly, S. J., on Condensation on Board Ship, 127 Dumont Cathode-Ray Oscillograph, 61
  • Duralumin, Corrosion by Impact of Falling Drops, 521*
  • Dust in Air-Conditioned Workroom, Microphotographs of, 263*
  • — Coal. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Collectors, Barton Power Station, 533* Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 259
  • — Recovery from Gases by Electrical Precipitation, 212
  • Dustbins, Mild-Steel, Specification, 677
  • Dutch. See Holland
  • Dutcher, F. H., on Friction of Reciprocating Engines, 655
  • Dynamics, Engineering (Review), 571
  • — of Flying. See Aeronautics
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Dynamometer for Wind-Pressure Investigations on Lattice Tower, 500*
  • — See also Brake
  • Dyson, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Road-Rail Tank Trailers, 395* ; 50-ton Trailer for Armour Plate, 706*
  • EARTH, Surface Temperature of, Effect of Carbon-Dioxide Production on 267
  • East Bay Crossing, Cantilever Structure, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 697*
  • East Ferry Road Engineering Works Co., Ltd., Lifting Gear for Motor-Car Gangway, Dover, 225*
  • Eaton, Dr. F. J., on Coke and its Scientific Uses, 689
  • Economiser, Foster Steaming Type, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 259*
  • — Gilled-Tube, Barton Power Station, 533
  • — Silencer, Gycentric (Clarkson Thimble Tube
  • Boiler Co., Ltd.), 170*
  • Economics, Industrial. See Labour
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • Economy Engineering Co., Collapsible Stacking Machines, 605*
  • — Fuel. See Ruel Economy Edgware-Morden Tube, Overcrowding on, 68 Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Museum, Annual Report, 626; Opening of Shipping Gallery, 686

Education:

  • Birmingham Central Technical School, Course in Foundry Subjects, 63. See 416
  • Board of Education, Course for Teachers in Foundry Subjects, 63; Courses for Teachers in Engineering Subjects, 94; Course for Teachers in High-Voltage Technology, 207
  • British Foundry School, Birmingham, Course at, 416. See 63
  • Cambridge University, Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, 512
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of, Exemptions from Examinations of, 248
  • Electrical Engineering Education, 16
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Duddell, Ferranti, Swan and Silvanus Thompson Scholarships, 248
  • Engineering Students, Guidance in Careers for, 704
  • Fuel, Institute of, Studet’s Model, 680 Headmasters’ Employment Committee, Annual Report, 602
  • Jubilee of Associate of City and Guilds Institute Diploma, 539
  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Lectures on Industrial Psychology, 76
  • Manchester College of Technology, Particulars of Scholarships, 652
  • Marine Engineers, Qualifications of, Board of Trade Report on, 15, 686
  • Maryland University, Post-Graduate Research Scholarships, 362
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Courses for Teachers at, 94
  • Military College of Science, Woolwich, 459 Naval Architects, Institution of, Trewent,
  • Vickers-Armstrongs and Yarrow
  • Scholarships, 248
  • North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Studentship Examinations, 180
  • Production Engineers, Training of, 273
  • Queen Mary College, London, Course in High-Voltage Technology for Teachers, 207
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, Lectures in Chemical Engineering, 207
  • Strength of Materials, Summer Course at Massachusetts Institute, 356
  • Training and Employment of Metallurgists, 378
  • — of Unskilled Labour, 347
  • Yale University, Fellowships in Highway- Traffic Engineering, 512
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Edwards, PrincipalC.A., on Rate of Acid Attack on Mild Steel, 630
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., Universal Shearing Machine, 175*
  • Edwards, W., and Co., Direct-Reading Vacuum Gauge, 61
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler Plants
  • — of Engines. See Engines ; Trials Effluents, Trade, and River Pollution, Investigations on, 712
  • Egerton Method for Testing Locomotive Boilers, 671
  • Egyptian By-Product Iron Process, 637
  • — University, Experiments on Pipe Bends as
  • Flow Meters, 227*. See LETTER, 324 Elastic Moduli of Short, Thick Rods, Interference Apparatus for Determining, 580 Elasticity, Modified Theory of, 279*
  • — Plasticity and Structure of Matter (Review),
  • 393
  • Electra Control Unit for Washing Machines, 442*

Electric:

  • Accumulator Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle ; Motor Truck
  • Air Gap, High-Speed (A. Reyrolle and Co. Ltd.), 592
  • Alternating-Current System for Diesel- Engined Ships, 458*, 464
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo
  • Arc Welding. See Welding
  • Battery Vehicles. See Motor-Vehicle; Motor Truck
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Luncheon, 185
  • and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Annual Report, 352
  • Development Association, Luncheon, 334
  • Cables, 1,600-ton Hydraulic Lead-Extrusion Press for Covering, 595*. See Addendum, 652
  • — Insulation, Spark-Testing Equipment for (Henlev’s Telegraph Works Co., Ltd.), 352*
  • — Manufacture, Works of Aberdare Cables, Ltd., 510*
  • — Copper, for Use in Mines, Specification, 681
  • Cathode Rays. See Cathode
  • Central Electricity Board, Annual Report, 360; Tariff for North-East England, 713
  • — Stations. See Power Stations
  • Condensers, Electrolytic, Properties, Design and Practical Uses (Review), 276 .Course in High-Voltage Technology for Teachers, 207
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Generator
  • Earthing Resistance, Liquid, for Alternators, Thorpe Power Station, 317*
  • Electrical Apparatus Exhibition, Physical Society’s, 19*, 43*, 56*, 86*
  • — — of Volta, 1*, 53*, 113
  • — Energy, Transmission and Distribution (Review), 142
  • Utilisation of (Review), 142
  • — Equipment for 8-8-cub. ft. Bucket- Wheel Excavator, 38
  • for Electric Trains, Wirral Railway, 297*
  • for Single-Bucket Excavators, 221*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 156, 185,203
  • — Registration of Contractors and Operatives, 185, 639
  • — Machinery, Imports and Exports, 156, 185,203
  • — Precipitation of Industrial Effluent Gases, 212
  • Electricity Commissioners, Report on Fire Risks at Generating Stations, 390; Return of Engineering and Financial Statistics, 448 ; Statistics of Fuel Consumption and Units Generated, 656
  • Electric—continued.
  • Electricity, Gas, Coal and Coke, Competition between, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • Electrodes for Welding, Investigation on, 419
  • Electronics, Engineering, Fundamentals of (Review), 364
  • Electroplating. See Electro
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Ignition for Internal Combustion Engines. See Ignition
  • Induction Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • — Motors. See Motors, Electric- Insulation Tester for Transmission Lines (Ferranti, Ltd.), 44*
  • Lamp, Miner’s Cap (Concordia Electric Safety Lamp Co., Ltd.), 234*
  • Lighting Equipment, Emergency (Batteries, Ltd.), 344*
  • Lightning, Protection against, United States Code for, 101
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators; Motors; Turbo Mains. See Gables (above)
  • Meter, Prepayment, Multi-Coin (British Sangamo Co., Ltd.), 200*
  • — Single-Phase and Polyphase, Testing Equipment for (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 173*
  • — Testing, Portable (British Sangamo Co., Ltd.), 200
  • — Thermal-Type Demand (British Sangamo Co., Ltd.), 200*
  • — Watt, Dynamometer-Type, Reflecting (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 20* Hour, Sub-Standard (Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 22*
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Oil Switch. See Switchgear
  • Oscillograms for Determining Short- Circuit Currents, 466*
  • Oscillograph, Cathode-Ray, Dumont (C. Lyons, Ltd.), 61
  • — Surge, Portable (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd.), 88*
  • — — High-Speed Recurrent, 603 Potentiometer, Direct-Current (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 21
  • Power Factor Regulator (Londex, Ltd.),86*
  • — Stations. See Power Stations
  • — See Power
  • Pyrometer. See Pyrometer
  • Railways. See Railways
  • Rays. See Cathode; Rontgen
  • Rectifier, Selenium (Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., 87
  • — Wirral Railway Substations, 296* Registration of Contractors and Operatives in Industry, 185, 639
  • Relay, Light, Chilowski (Venner Time Switches, Ltd.), 46
  • — Over-Current (Metropolitan-Vickers
  • Electrical Co., Ltd.), 173*
  • — Voltage Regulating, Astatic (Ferranti, Ltd.), 45*
  • Resistance Materials, Metallic, Specification, 596
  • • Ripple Control for Street Lighting, 631 Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See Rolling Mills
  • Rontgen Rays. See Rontgen
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Short Circuits, Effect on Inter-connected Three-Phase Supply Systems, 348*, 466*, 555*. See LETTER, 648
  • Steel Manufacture. See Furnace, Electric Substation. See Substation
  • Surge-Oscillograph. See Oscillograph (above)
  • Switchgear. See Switchgear; Motors, Electric Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony Thermometer. See Thermometer Traction. See Locomotives, Electric; Railways
  • Transformers. See Transformers Turbo-Generators. See Turfio-Generators Volt as Unit, Introduction of, 114 Voltage-Control Device for Creep-Test Specimens, 603
  • — Regulator, Automatic (Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 174
  • — Technology, Course for Teachers, 207 Watt-Hour Meter Sub-Standard (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 22*
  • Wattmeter, Dynamometer-Type, Reflecting (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 20*
  • Welding. See WeMiny
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring Regulations, Compulsory, Proposed, 185
  • and Registration, Statutory, National Committee on, 639 •
  • X-Rays. See Rontgen Rays
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Electrical-Engineering Education, by Prof. C. L. Fortescue, 1<’. H. Clough and Col. H. C. Fraser, 16
  • Safeguards against Interruptions ofSupply, by H. W. Clothier, B. H. Leeson and H. Leyburn. 67
  • Annual Dinner, 223
  • Duddell, Ferranti, Swan and Silvanus Thompson Scholarships, 248
  • Kelvin Lecture on the Statistical Laws of Nature, by Prof. M. Born, 507
  • Trend of Design of Electric Locomotives, by C. E. Fairburn, 513
  • Report on Benevolent Fund, 602
  • Overseas Members Conversazione, 713
  • East Midland, Sub-Centre:
  • Annual Dinner, 154
  • Problems of Power-Station Design during next Decade, by D. H. Parry, 241
  • Electricians, Supervising, National Association of. See Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of
  • Electricity, Coal, Coke and Gas, Competition between, 538. See LETTER. 592
  • — Commissioners. See under Electric Electrification of Agricultural and Rural
  • Districts (Review), 142
  • Electrochemistry of Non-Metallic Substances (Review), 363
  • Electrolytic Condensers, Properties, Design and Practical Uses (Review), 276
  • Electronics, Engineering, Fundamentals of (Review), 364
  • Electroplating Equipment (W. Canning. &
  • Co., Ltd.), 169
  • — Machine, Chromium, Drummond Washer
  • Filter for, 263*
  • Electrostatic Precipitators for Industrial Effluent Gases, 212
  • Electrotechnical Commission, International, Torquay Meeting, 478
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Weameter
  • Test Set, 21; Direct-Current Potentiometer, 21; Distant-Control Apparatus for Valves, 21; Pressure Transmitter, 21; Balanced-Bridge Resistance Thermometer, 21*; Extensions to Century Works, Lewisham, 353
  • Ellson, G., Motor-Car Traffic Handling System, Dover Harbour, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • Embankments, Reservoir, in Ceylon, 432
  • — on River Trent., 133*
  • Embrittlement of Boiler Steel, Investigations on, 598
  • Emmet, W. L. R., on Ship Propulsion by Mercury-Vapour Process, 103
  • Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 446, 508*, 571*, 613*, 701. See also vol. cxlvi
  • Employees. See Labour Employment. See Labour
  • Enamelled Metal Products Corporation (1933),
  • Ltd., Tanks for Edible-Oil Transport, 395* Endurance Tests. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • Energy Balance Sheet of Gas Engine, 4, 55*, 114*, 188*, 319*, 407*, 522*. See LETTERS, 385, 443
  • Engel, F. V. A., on Pipe Bends as Flow Meters, 324. See 227*
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • — Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion; Motorships
  • — Fire. See Fire Engines '
  • — Gas, Energy Balance Sheet of, 4, 55*, 114*,
  • 188*, 319*, 407*, 522*. See LETTERS, 385, 443
  • — — Marine, 375-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Humboldt-Deutzmotoren A.-G.), 609*
  • — — See also Producer; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Indicators. See Indicators
  • — Internal-Combustion, Carburettor Type,
  • Specification, 596
  • Combustion, Detonation in (Review), 437 Combustion, Energy Balance Sheet of, 4, 55*, 114*, 188*, 319*, 407*, 522*. See LETTERS, 385, 443
  • Combustion, Exhaust Systems of, 362, 367*
  • Combustion, Investigations on Friction of, 655
  • Combustion, Method of Analysis of Trials, 192*. See LETTERS, 264, 323
  • Combustion, for Single-Bucket Excavators, 221*
  • Combustion, Use of Colloidal Graphite in, 71*, 142*, 215*. See LETTER, 205
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Marine, and Vibration in Ships, 495
  • — Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Diesel, for Direct-Driven Locomotive,
  • 251*
  • Diesel, 330-h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 121*
  • — — Diesel, 360-h.p. Four-Cylinder, Abbey
  • Mills Pumping Station, 460*
  • — — Diesel, 180-h.p. Four-Cylinder M.A.N.
  • for 250-ton Floating Crane, 76*
  • — — Diesel, Marine, 2,500-b.h.p. Nine-
  • Cylinder, M.S. “ Friesenland,” 415*
  • Diesel Marine, 200-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 507, 650*
  • Diesel, Progress in 1937, Report, 450 Diesel, Safety Valve for Air-Starting
  • System (F. J. Trewent and Proctor, Ltd.), 604 Diesel, 360-b.h.p. Seven-Cylinder, Ras- el-Ain Pumping Plant, Palestine, 575*
  • Diesel, 755-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Diesel- Electric M.S. “ Patricia,” 144*
  • — Diesel, 180-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Di sel- Electric Train, 205*
  • Diesel, 125-h.p. Six-Cylinder Leyland, for Three-Car Train, 349*
  • — — Diesel. See also Motorships ; Marine
  • Propulsion ; Diesel Engine Users’ Association
  • 102-b.h.p. Gardner, for Railcar, 385* High-Speed, Developments in, 342*, 400*. See LETTER, 688*
  • — — Marine, Developments in, 77
  • — — Marine, 10-Cylinder Harland-B. and W.,
  • M.S. “ Capetown Castle,” 471
  • — — Marine, 800-h.p. Eight-Cylinder, Ruston
  • and Hornsby, Ltd., 159*
  • 102-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Railcars, 673* See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
  • Motor-Car, Investigations on Friction of, 655
  • — — Motor-Car, Lubricating Oil for, 477 Motor-Car, Tappet-Adjusting, Screw for
  • (Automotive Engineering Co., Ltd.), 202
  • — — Motor Car, Wear in, 184
  • 1-h.p. Single-Cylinder, for Portable
  • Power-Driven Appliances, 370*
  • 1-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Tarpen Engineering Co., Ltd.), 176*
  • Use of Colloidal Graphite in, 71*, 142*, 215*. See LETTER, 205
  • — — See also Aeronautics; Motor Cars
  • — Steam, Marine, Developments in, 35
  • — — Reciprocating, Friction of, 655 Marine, Side Lever, 398
  • Engines, Steam, Marine, Triple-Expansion, with Reheater, 427*, 453
  • Marine. See also Marine Propulsion;
  • Turbines
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Engineers-in-Charge, Institution of, Annual
  • Dinner, 420
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Guild, Formation of, 239, 416, 569
  • — German Circle, Diesel Locomotives with
  • Direct Drive, by Dr. Finsterwalder, 251*
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of,
  • Engineering Problems in Modern Architectural Design, by R. T. James, 301
  • — Status of, Committee on, 239, 416, 569 Engineering and Allied Industries, Position
  • and Prospects, 3, 46, 69, 96, 117, 156, 185, 203, 243, 274, 287, 334, 391, 479. See LETTER, 264
  • — Apprentices. See Education
  • — Centenaries in 1938,16
  • — Congress, Chemical, London, 1936, Trans
  • actions (Review), 394
  • International, Glasgow, Programme, 328, 536
  • — Contracts. See Contracts ; Legal
  • — Department, National Physical Labora
  • tory, 10-ton Autographic Testing Machine, 309*, 326*
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Electronics, Fundamentals of (Review), 364
  • — Inspection, Institution of, Manufacture of
  • Ball and Roller Bearings, by M. J. S. Cooper, 311
  • — Laboratories. See Laboratories; National
  • Physical
  • — Mechanics, Statics and Dynamics (Review),
  • 571
  • — Progress and Abstracting Services, 627
  • — Public Relations Committee, Inaugural
  • Luncheon, 42
  • — and Science, Early Links between, 539
  • — and Shipbuilding Production Indices, 3
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Standards. See Standards Institution
  • — Students, Guidance in Careers for, 704
  • — Technology, British Institute of, Annual
  • Dinner, 475
  • — Works Abroad, Financing of, 303
  • — — See Worfcs
  • England and Continent, Motor-Car Traffic between, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • — North-East, Electricity Tariff for, 713
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 1,510-b.h.p. Diesel-
  • Electric Machinery M.S. “ Patricia,” 144* ; 400-b.h.p. Diesel-Driven Generating Set for Rail-Welding Plant, 145*; Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 170; Metal- Clad Switch Pillar 170*; Articulated Diesel-Electric Trains, 205*; 100-h.p.
  • Oil-Engined Railcars, with Mechanical Transmission, 673*
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 50-ton Trailer for Armour Plate, 706*
  • Ennis, L., the Late, 529
  • Entwistle, F., on Atlantic Flight and its
  • Bearings on Meteorology, 369
  • Erosion, Soil, and Denudation, 711
  • in Roadsides, Prevention of, 589
  • Estuary of River Mersey, Effect of Sewage
  • Discharge in, 684
  • Ether, Ltd., Indicating Controller for Gas and Oil Furnaces 198*
  • Euphrates and Tigris, Rivers, Regime of (Review), 604
  • Europe, Water Power in, 23
  • Evans, E. C., on Open-Hearth Furnace Data and their Correlation 541
  • Evans, E. V., on Coal Carbonisation and the
  • Nation, 272 ; on Processing of Coal, 660
  • Evaporating and Distilling ,Plant, Marine (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 614*
  • Evaporative Condenser. See Condenser Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., Current Transformer and Range-Selecting Switch, 59* ; Operation Recorder, 59*
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Exhibits at
  • Physical Society’s Exhibition, 59
  • Ewing Medal, Award to C. S. Franklin, 539 Excavation Drainage, Wellpoint Pumping
  • System for (Millars’ Machinery Co., Ltd.), 559*
  • Excavator, 8-8-cub. ft. Bucket-Wheel (Lii- becker Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft), 37*
  • — Diesel-Driven, Use of Fluid Coupling in, 663
  • — Single-Bucket, Development of, 214, 221*,
  • 253*
  • — See also Shovel
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine. See Turbine, Steam
  • — Systems of Two-Stroke Engines, 362, 367* Exhauster, Railway-Brake Type (Northey-
  • Boyce Rotary Engineering Co., Ltd.), 445*
  • Exhibition, Air-Raid Precautions, Charing Cross, 580
  • —• British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 167*, 197*, 213, 230*. See Erratum, 264
  • — Empire, Glasgow, 446, 508*, 571*, 613*,
  • 701*. See also vol. cxlvi
  • — Engineering, Institution of Civil Engineers’
  • Conversazione, 713, 717*
  • — Heating and Ventilating, International,
  • New York, 370
  • — Ideal-Home, “ Daily Mail,” Olympia, 421
  • — International Laundry and Allied Trades,
  • Royal Agricultural Hall, 353*, 410*, 440*, 495*
  • — Leipzig Fair, Engineering Exhibits, 291*,
  • 345*, 380*, 526*
  • — Model Railway Club, 518
  • — Modern Architecture, New Burlington
  • Galleries, 69
  • — Scientific Apparatus, Physical Society,
  • 19*, 43*, 56*, 86*
  • Apparatus, Royal Society Conversazione, 602
  • — Swiss National, Zurich, 1939, 213
  • — Torquay, Electrical, 592
  • — Train, Glass, Pilkington Brothers, Ltd., 160
  • — Transatlantic Steam Navigation, Science
  • Museum, 333
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Expansion Joints, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 699*
  • Expansion, Joints Thermal, of Chromium
  • Steels, Investigations on, 578*
  • Experimental Tank. See Tank ; Ship Models ; Ship Resistance
  • Explosion, Boiler. See Boiler Explosion Export Credits Guarantee Department and
  • Engineering Works Abroad, 303
  •  ?— Institute of, Lectures on Code Construction in Export Practice, 155
  • — Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • FABER, Dr. O., Ferro-Concrete Customs Building, Dover, 225*
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Accounts. See Works Management
  • — Act, 1937 (Review), 687
  • — — 1937, Safety Provisions of, 313
  • — Building, Welded, Steel Ceilings, Ltd., 278*
  • — Management. See Works Management Fage, A., on Pipe Delivery from Pitot-Tube.
  • Measurements, 616
  • Fairburn, C. E., on Design of Electric Locomotives, 513
  • Falls View Bridge, Niagara Falls, Destruction by Ice, 397*
  • Falmouth Report on Oil from Coal, 211
  • Fans, Axial-Flow, Theory and Performance (Review), 603
  • — Forced and Induced-Draught, Barton
  • Power Station, 533*
  • and Induced-Draught, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 259*
  • — Ventilation, Design and Performance of (Review), 686
  • Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New York,435* Fantom Fast Invisible Identification System for Laundries, 353*
  • Farmer, H. O., on Exhaust Systems of Two- Stroke Engines; 367*. See 362
  • Farming. See Agriculture; Tractors
  • Farrel-Birmingham Co., Inc., Hardening Gear-Teeth by Oxy-Acetylene Flame, 590*. See Addendum, 624
  • Fatigue Tests of Metals. See Alternating Stress and Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Feather, G., the Late, 239
  • Feed-Heating System, Barton Power Station, 533
  • — Pumps. See Pumps
  • — Water Softener. See Water Softener
  • Treatment, Thorpe Power Station, 316 See also Water
  • Fence, Wire, Weaving Machine for (A. Blashill), 234*
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd., Diesel-Electric Vehicular Ferry, 543*. •See Addendum, 598
  • Ferguson, H. L., on the Mariners’ Museum, 50
  • Ferguson, Dr. J. M., on Slag Control in Steel- Melting Practice, 585
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., Low-Tension Industrial Switchgear, 191*
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Insulation Tester for Transmission Lines, 44*; Astatic Voltage- Regulating Relay, 45*
  • Ferro-Concrete Beams, Torsion Tests of, 603 Buildings, Maritime Station, Naples, 179* Chimney, Thorpe Power Station, 257* Customs Building, Dover Harbour, 225*
  • — — Footbridges and Awnings, Wirral Rail
  • way Stations, 296
  • Linings for Tube-Railway Tunnels, 400* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferry Vehicular, Cross-Channel Steamers for, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • M.S. “ Lymington,” 507, 650*
  • Ffield, P., on Alloys in Shipbuilding, 104
  • Fiegehen, E. G., on Hoisting Motion of Electric Overhead Cranes, 164. See Erratum, 188; on Oil-Fired Continuous Reheating Furnace 412*
  • Filon, Prof. L. N. G., the Late, 34
  • Filter, Air, Protectovent (Vokes, Ltd.), 512*
  • — Oil, Removal of Colloidal Graphite by, 216*
  • — Washer, for Air-Conditioning Plant' (Drum
  • mond Patents (Holdings), Ltd.), 262*
  • Financing Engineering Works Abroad, 303
  • Finsterwalder, Dr., on Diesel Locomotives with Direct Drive, 251*
  • Fire-Control Arrangements, S.S. “ London- Istanbul,” 291
  • in Passenger Vessels, 104
  • — Escape Provisions under Factories Act, 1937,
  • 314
  • 100-ft. Turntable (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 679*
  • Water-Towr, 100-ft. Turntable (J. Morris and Sons, Ltd.), 23*
  • — Extinguishing System, Thorpe Power
  • Station, Norwich, 440
  • — Protection Plant at Klingerit Works, R.
  • Klinger, Ltd., 490
  • for Ships, 715
  • of Steel Structures by Moulded Asbestos, 482
  • — Risks at Generating Stations, Report, 390
  • — Tests of Wooden Partitions, 487
  • Firebricks, After-Contraction Test for, 52
  • — Permanent Expansion, 52
  • — for Steelworks, 541, 612
  • — Structure and Properties of, 451
  • — Tunnel Kiln for, 720
  • —- See also Refractory Materials
  • Fireclay, Effect of Fluxes on Under-Load Strength of, 52
  • Fireproof Wood for Ships, 715
  • Fireproofing of Ship Interiors, 104
  • Firth, T., and J. Brown, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 171; Seamless Boiler Drums, 196*
  • Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 171; Investigations on Heat-Resisting Steels, 372*, 455*
  • Firthite Carbide Tools, 430, 516
  • Fischer-Tropsch Spirit, Cracking Plant for, 236* Process of Oil Production, 211
  • Fishenden, Dr. M., on Heat Transfer in Condensation of Steam, 643*
  • Fitting of Shafts in Holes. See Gauging
  • Flame Radiation in Gas Engines, Loss due to, 4 Flanges, Bolt Holes in, Effect- of, 443* Flanging Machine. See Machine Tools Fleet. See Warships
  • Fleming, Dr. A. P. M., on Organisation of Research in Works, 243
  • Fleming, R., on Wind Action on Buildings, 280
  • Flight. See .te/onaM/ics
  • Floating Crane. See Crane
  • Flood Control Research in United States, 446
  • — — Works, River Trent, 131*
  • — in New England, Report, 1936, 700 Floor-Cleaning Machine (F. G. Brown), 224*,
  • 414
  • — Steel Plates for (Stelcon (Industrial Floors),
  • Ltd.), 202
  • Flow, Air, Laminar and Turbulent, over Aeroplane Wings, 397
  • — Meters, Use of Pipe Bends as, 227*. See
  • LETTER, 324
  • — Transient, in Pipes, Graphical Analysis of,
  • 713
  • Fluid Couplings, Problems in Power Transmission by, 481, 487*, 551*, 663*
  • — Friction. See Aeronautics ; Air Resistance ;
  • H ydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance
  • — Mechanics, Applied (Review), 437
  • Fluospar Deposits in Weardale, 43
  • Foaming in Steel Furnaces, 557, 607
  • Food Wastes and Sewage, Dual Disposal of, 81* Footbridge, All-Welded, Bombay, 434*
  • — Ferro-Concrete, Wirral Railway Stations,
  • 295
  • Ford, H., awarded Watt Medal, 480
  • Forest Products Research Board, Annual Report, 136
  • Research Laboratory, Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione,
  • 714
  • Forging Plant, Hollow-Steel, Chesterfield Tube Co., Ltd., 544
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • Forms, Travelling, for Ceiling Construction, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New York, 377*
  • Forming Machine, 9-ft., for Concrete Road (Marshall, Sons and Co. (Successors), Ltd.), 62*
  • Forrest Lecture on Disorderly Molecules and Refrigerating Engineering, 501, 576. See Errata, 535
  • Fortescue, Prof. C. L., on Electrical Engineering Education, 16
  • Foster Instrument Co., Ltd., High-Speed Recording Pyrometer, 44*
  • Foulkes, R. A., Model of Welded Portal Arches,. 714
  • Foundations, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 697*
  •  ?— Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 257*
  • Foundry Building, All-Welded, Head, Wright- son and Co., Ltd., 676
  • — Grey-Iron, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 622*
  • 661*
  • — Mechanised, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 483* Witton Works, General Electric Co., Ltd.,
  • 100*
  • — Organisation and Management (Review), 659
  • — School, British, Course at, 416
  • — Subjects, Course for Teachers at Birming
  • ham Central Technical School, 63
  • — Work. See also Die Casting
  • — See also Casting ; Moulding
  • Foxwell, Dr. G. E., on Development of By- Product Coking, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • Frame Construction for 'Electric Locomotives, 514
  • — Welded, Articulated Diesel-Electric Trains,
  • 205*
  • for Diesel-Driven Articulated Three-Car Train, 350*
  • Framed Aeroplane Hangar, Steel, Bellman (Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd.), 515*. See Erratum, 530
  • France, Brest Dockyard, 250-ton Diesel- Electric Floating Crane, 75*, 128*
  • — Engineering-Trade Statistics, 47,71, 98,117,
  • 157, 186, 203, 244, 275, 288, 335
  • — and England, Motor-Car Traffic between,
  • 139*, 225*, 289*
  • — See also French
  • Franklin, C. S., Awarded Ewing Medal, 539
  • Fraser, Col. H. C., on Electrical Engineering Education, 16
  • Fraser and Chalmers’ Engineering Works, Wind- Tunnel Tests of Turbine Blades, 246
  • Fraser, Squadron-Leader H. P., on High Wing- Loading and its Problems, 96
  • Freeman, G. F., on Temperature Maxima in Intermittent Heating Cycles, 377*. See LETTER, 414
  • Freeman, S. B., on Marine Engineering Problems of To-day, 716
  • French Switchgear Design, 568
  • — See also France
  • Friction Breast-Roller Drive for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636*
  • — Horse Power and Engine Trials, 192*. See
  • LETTERS, 264, 323
  • — of Reciprocating Engines, Investigations on,
  • 655
  • Frictional Resistance of Ships. See Resistance
  • Friemel Bloom-Turning Device for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 637*
  • “ Friesenland," Seaplane Catapult Motorship, 321* 414*
  • Frigerio, F., Volta Temple at Como, 1*, 53*
  • Froude Laboratory, Resistance Experiments in Smooth and Rough Water, 465; Model Experiments on Coastal Ships, 493
  • Fry, L. H., on Heat Balances for Locomotive Boilers, 671
  • Fuel Combustion, Effect on Earth’s Surface Temperature, 267
  • — Consumption, Marine Producer-Gas Plant,
  • 608
  • of Marine Machinery, 716
  • in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 558, 668
  • of Two-Stroke Engines, Effect of Exhaust Systems on, 362, 367*
  • and Units Generated, British Power Stations, 656
  • — Injection in High-Speed Oil Engines, Investigations on, 342*. See LETTER, 688*
  • Fuel Institute of, Heat-Resisting Steels, by Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 372*, 455* ; Development of By-Product Coking, by G. W. J. Bradley and Dr. G. E. Foxwell, 538. See LETTER, 592 ; Student’s Medal, 680
  • — Liquid. See also OiZ Fuel
  • — Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal.
  • See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • — Motor. See also Gas; Producer
  • — Oil. See OiZ Fuel
  • — in Open-Hearth Furnace Practice, 557, 607
  • — Supply for H.M. Ships, 382, 422
  • 1— See also Coal; Oil; Gas ; Pulverised Coal Fulham Power Station, Romer-Lea Coal Meters, 280*
  • “ Fulton,” United States Sloop, 332
  • Furnace, Annealing, for Sperry Rail-Welding Equipment, 618*
  • — Blast, Interactions of Gases and Ore in, 547,
  • 645
  • — Boiler. See Stoker
  • — Electric, Continuous Belt-Conveyor (Bir
  • mingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 169*
  • 25-kW Crucible (Metalectric Furnaces, Ltd.), 198*
  • —- — Muffle Type (A. E. W., Ltd.), 61
  • for Pressure Vessel (R. M. Catterson- Smith), 61*
  • 35-kW Re-Circulated Atmosphere (Metalectric Furnaces, Ltd.), 198*
  • 5-ton Tilting, for Light Alloys (Metalectric Furnaces, Ltd.), 198*
  • — Gas-Fired, Case-Carburising (Gibbons
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 195*
  • Forced-Circulation Heat Treatment (Lindberg Engineering Co.), 577*
  • for High-Speed Steel (Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd.), 702*
  • — — Low-Temperature Heat-Treatment (In
  • candescent Heat Co., Ltd.), 198*
  • — — Maxoven (Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools,
  • Ltd.), 702*
  • for Testing Ash (Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.), 613*
  • — — and Oil, Indicating Controller for (Ether,
  • Ltd.), 198*
  • — Jarrow Metal Industries, Ltd., 633*. See
  • Addendum, 653
  • — Oil-Fired, Continuous Reheating (E. G.
  • Fiegehen), 312*
  • Heated, for Melting Aluminium (Nu-Way Heating Plants, Ltd.), 197*
  • — Open-Hearth, for Acid Process, 558
  • — — Hearth, Basic, Use of Chrome Refrac
  • tories in, 720
  • — — Hearth, British, Data Regarding and
  • their Correlation, 541
  • Hearth, Cardiff Works of Guest Keen Baldwins Ltd., 635
  • Hearth, Design and Control, 557
  • — — Hearth Fixed, Cold-Metal Practice in, 558 Hearth, Fixed, Hot-Metal Practice in,
  • 558
  • Hearth, Fuel in, 557, 607
  • — — Hearth, Refractories for, 451, 541, 612 Hearth, Slag Control in, 585
  • Hearth, Tilting, Practice with, 558, 668
  • — Recuperative, Gas-Fired (Incandescent Heat
  • Co., Ltd.), 702
  • — Reheating, Jarrow Tube Works, Ltd., 632* —- See also Coke Ovens
  • GALEX High-Speed Milling Head, 282* Galloway Water Power Co., Memorial to Colonel W. McLellan, 303
  • Galvanised Iron Wire, Corrosion of, 645 Gangway, Motor-Car, for Train-Ferry Steamers, Dover, 225*
  • Ganz Transmission Gear for 240-h.p. Diesel- Engined Railcar, 10*
  • Garages, Motor-Car, S.S. “ London-Istanbul,” 291
  • Garbage-Grinding Machine (Jeffrey Manufacturing Co.), 82*
  • Gardner, L., and Sons, Ltd., 102-b.h.p., Six- Cylinder Engine for Railcars, 673*
  • Gas, Acetylene. See Acetylene
  • — Appliances, Bafflers for, Specification, 510 Catalysts for Automatic Lighting of (Gas
  • Light and Coke Co.), 45
  • — Carbon Dioxide. See Car&ow Dioxide
  • — Catalytic Combustion of, on Metals, 587*
  • — Coke-Oven. See Coke Oven
  • — Combustion of, Change of Volume during,
  • 319*. See LETTERS, 385,443
  • — Electricity, Coal and Coke, Coinpetition
  • between, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • — versus Electricity for Domestic Heating, 272
  • — Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • — Engineers, Presidential Address, by H. C. Smith, on Policy and Problems of Gas Industry, 660; Considerations upon Processing of Coal, by E. V. Evans, 660; Carbonisation from -Plant Designer’s View- Point, by F. B. Richards, 688; Coke and Its Scientific Uses, by Dr. F. J. Eaton, 689; Cast-Iron Research and Gas Industry, by J. G. Pearce, 689; From Holder to Burner, by W. J. Sandeman, 689; Works Control, by W. Hawkyard, 690
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Industrial, Effluent, Electrical Precipitation
  • of, 212
  • — Industry and Cast-Iron Research, 689 Policy and Problems of, 660
  • — Kinetic Theory of, and Refrigeration, 501,
  • 576. See Errata, 535
  • Gas Light and Coke Co., Catalysts for Automatic Lighting of Gas Appliances, 45
  • — Mains, Rubber Joint Rings for, Specification, 446
  • — Manufacture, Visible Developments in, 660
  • — and Metals, Introduction to Study of Metal-Gas Equilibria (Review), 275
  • — for Open-Hearth Furnaces-, 557, 607
  • — and Ore, Interactions in Blast Furnace, 547,
  • 645
  • — Producer. See Producer
  • — Supply, Co-ordination of, 628
  • Gas, Town, Calorific Value of, 320, 408
  • — — Distribution and Sale of, 689
  • — Welding. See Welding.
  • — Works, Design of Plant for, 688
  • — — Tottenham Gas Co., Control Methods, 68
  • — See also Acetylene ; Carbon Dioxide; Carbon
  • Monoxide; Hydrogen; Nitrogen; Oxygen, &c.
  • Gasholders, Safety Provisions for, 314 Gasket-Cutting Department, R. Klinger and Co.,
  • Ltd., 490*
  • Gasoline. See Engine PeZroZ; Aeronautics Gates, Emergency, Outlet Works, Boulder Dam, 5*, 27*
  • Gateshead-on-Tyne, Team Valley Trading Estate, 417
  • Gauge, Strain, Acoustical, for Building Structures, 603
  • — Strip-Measuring, Solex Pneumatic (Burton
  • Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 365*
  • — Vacuum, Direct-Reading (W. Edwards &
  • Co., Ltd.), 61
  • Gauging, Hole, Standard, International Limits for, 99,104*
  • — Shaft, Standard, Internationa] Limits for,
  • 104*
  • Gear-Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Pinions, Steel, for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636
  • — Reduction for Diesel-Electric Vehicular
  • Ferry (D. Brown and Sons (Hudd) Ltd.), 543*. See Addendum, 598
  • for Electric Locomotives, 514
  • — Speed-Control, Inflnitely-Variable (E. H.
  • Jones (Machine Tools), Ltd.), 202*
  • — Teeth Chamfering Machine (W. C. Lipe,
  • Inc.), 178*
  • Hardening by Oxy-Acetylene Flame (Farrel-Birmingham Co., Inc.), 590*. See Addendum, 624
  • — Transmission for 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined
  • Railcar, 10*
  • Mechanical, for 100-h.p. Oil-Engined
  • • Railcars, 673*
  • — -— for Single-Bucket, Excavators, 223
  • — Unit, for 3-ton Electric Derrick Crane
  • (Butters Bros. and Co., Ltd.), 703*
  • — Worm, Variable-Speed, Two-Motor (Crofts
  • (Engineers), Ltd.), 207*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Geary, W., on Hot-Metal Practice in Fixed Furnaces, 558
  • Geiger, Prof. H., Awarded Duddell Medal, 569 “ Gem ” Dry-Cleaning Plant for Laundries, 496*
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Wembley Research Laboratories’ Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 88 ; Mechanised Foundry at Witton Works, 100*; Photo- Electric Colorimeter, 165; Domestic Refrigerators, 171; Direct-Current Steelworks Motor, 171* ; Slip-Ring Induction Motor, 171* ; Switchgear, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 405* ; 188-kVA Generator and Switchgear, Rflg Power Station, 485*; High-Tension Stator-Reversing Switch, 342*; Wembley Factory of Coldair, Ltd., 548* ; Control System for Electricity Distribution Network, 592
  • General Electric Co., Schenectady, Sperry Rail-Welding Equipment, 617*
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • — Station. See Power Station
  • Generators, Electric, Alternating-Current, for Diesel-Electric Ships, 458*, 464
  • — — 60,000-kW, Barton Power Station, 533* 20-kW Diesel-Driven, Anti-Vibration
  • Mounting for, 676
  • 518-kW Diesel-Electric M.S. “ Patricia,” 144*
  • 120-kW, for Diesel-Electric Train, 205* 80-kW for 250-ton Floating Crane, 76* 900-kVA, Gryt Hydro-Electric Power
  • Plant, 113*
  • Impulse, for Surge Oscillograph (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 88*
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Plant, Niagara Falls, Damage by Ice to, 398*
  • — — 400-watt, Petrol-Driven, Portable (Tar
  • pen Engineering Co., Ltd.), 176*
  • in Power Stations, 667
  • Ras-el-Ain Pumping Station, 576*
  • Retaining Rings for Rotors of (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 103*
  • 188-kVA, Rflg Hydro-Electric Scheme, 485*
  • for Single-Bucket Excavators, 221* 30,000-kW, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 315*
  • Three-Phase, Effects of Short Circuits in, 348*, 466*, 555*. See LETTER, 648
  • — — See also Twrto-Generators
  • — Electrostatic (A. M. Codd), 88
  • — Producer-Gas, Deutz, Motor Tug “ Harpen
  • I, ” 609*
  • “ Geniere,” Italian Destroyer, Launch of, 561 Geological Survey of Great Britain, First
  • Hundred Years of (Review), 260
  • German Aeronautical Research, Yearbook of (Review), 687
  • — Fleet, Salvage of, at Scapa, 126
  • — Road Delegation, Final Report on Visit of
  • Inspection, 127
  • — State Railways, Humboldt-Deutz Direct-
  • Drive Diesel Locomotive, 251*
  • — Switchgear Design, 568
  • Germany, Engineering Trade Statistics, 47, 71, 98, 117, 157, 186, 203, 244, 275, 288, 335, 392
  • — New Austro-German Patent Law, 685
  • — Oberhausen Cracking Plant for Fischer-
  • Tropsch Spirit, 236*
  • — Progress with Diesel-Electric Marine Pro
  • pulsion, 458, 464
  • — Shipbuilding Practice in, 220
  • — Trends in Shipbuilding, 715
  • Gibbons Bros., Ltd., Gas-Fired Case-Carburising Furnace, 195*
  • Gibson, J., on Cold-Metal Practice in Fixed Furnaces, 558
  • Gilkes, G., and Co., Ltd., 188-kVA Hydraulic Turbine, Rflg Power Station, 485*
  • Gillan, J. W., Squadron-Leader, Fast Flight, Edinburgh to London, 185
  • Girders, Roof, Fire Protection by Moulded Asbestos, 482
  • — Spans, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge,
  • 491*
  • — Steel Road Bridge, Spondon, 664*
  • — See also Beams ; Bridges; Floors
  • Giza, Royal School of Engineering, Experiments on Pipe Bends as Flow Meters, 227*. See LETTER, 324
  • Gladiron Ironing Machine, 410*
  • Glasgow Empire Exhibition, 446, 508*, 571*, 613*, 701*. See also vol. cxlvi
  • — International Engineering Congress, Programme, 328, 536
  • Glass Convention, Droitwich, Programme, 512 ; Plastics and Glass, by Dr. V. E. Yarsley, 629
  • — Exhibition Train, Pilkington Brothers, Ltd.,
  • 160
  • — and the Lighting Industry, 107
  • — in Modern Life, Lectures on, 107
  • — Optical, Developments in, 107
  • — for Scientific and Heat-Resisting Purposes,
  • 107
  • — Technology, Society of, Glass in the Modern
  • Home, by J. H. Hogan, 107 ; New Developments in Field of Optical Glass, by Dr. W. M. Hampton, 107 ; Glass for General Scientific and Heat-Resisting Purposes, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 107 ; Building with Glass, by R. McGrath, 107 ; Glass and the Lighting Industry, by B. P. Dudding, 107
  • — Tile Ceiling, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New
  • York, 377*
  • — Use in Building, 107
  • Glazebury, Sewer Trench, Use of Wellpoint Pumping System for, 560*
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 56-ft. Boring Bar, 473*; Exhibits at Empire Exhibition, 615 ; Rotary Water Strainer, 615*
  • Golborne Urban District Council, Concrete Pipe Sewer at Glazebury, 560*
  • Gold Production in Canada, 195 Goodeve Thixoviscometer, 86* Goodman, J., the Late, 48
  • Gorrie, Dr. R. M., on Problems of Soil Erosion in British Empire, 711
  • Gough, Dr. H. J., on Materials of Aircraft Construction, 629
  • Government Railways. See Railways Governor Gear for Alternating-Current Diesel-
  • Electric Drive for Ships, 459*
  • Hydraulic Turbine, Gryt Power Plant, 112*
  • Graphite, Properties and Applications of, 17*, 71*, 142*, 215*, 260*. See LETTER, 205 Grates. See Stoker
  • Grating for Air-Raid Shelter (Solent Engineering Co;, Ltd.), 324
  • Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Gravity Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • — Die-Casting Process, Applications of, 463* Gray Lecture on Developments in Ship Propulsion, 35, 77
  • Gray, N., on Martensite Grains in Rapidly- Cooled Iron and Steel, 630
  • “ Great Admiral,” Steam Trawler, Accidents with Liver-Boiling Vessel, 608
  • — Britain, Geological Survey of, First Hundred
  • Years of (Review), 260
  • Possible Oil Fields in, 185
  • Rail Transport in, Economics of (Review), 604
  • — Northern Railway of Ireland, Diesel-Driven
  • Railcars, 385*
  • “ Great Western,” S.S., 310, 398
  • Railway, 4-6-0 Type Mixed-Traffic Locomotive, 189*
  • Green, A., on Effect of Mode of Manufacture on Building Bricks, 26
  • Green A. T., on Refractoriness-under-Load Test, 52
  • Green, E., and Son, Ltd., Economisers, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 259*; Economisers, Barton Power Station, 533
  • Greenland, Kangerdlugssuak, Meteorological Observations at, 267
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Automatic Tapping Machine, 175*
  • Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., Thixoviscometer, 86* Grinding Machine for Garbage (Jeffrey Manufacturing Co.), 82*
  • See Machine Tools
  • Grumell, Dr. E. S., on Sampling of Coal, 242
  • Gryt Hydro-Electric Plant, Sweden, 111*
  • Gudha Rapid, West Jumna Canal, Flow in, 83*.
  • See Erratum, 122
  • Guest Keen Baldwins Ltd., 40-in. Blooming Mill at Cardiff Works, 635*, 657*, 694*
  • Gycentric Silencer-Economiser, 170*
  • Gyproc Products, Ltd., Swing-Hammer Gypsum Pulveriser, 323*
  • Gypsum Pulveriser, Swing-Hammer (British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd.), 323*
  • HADFIELD, Sir R., Colour-Temperature Optical Pyrometer, 603; Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 713
  • Hague, International Road Congress Programme, 17
  • Haile, W. H., on Engineering Problems of River Trent Catchment Board, .131*
  • Halifax Fire Brigade, 100-ft. Turntable Water- Tower Fire Escape, 23*
  • Hall, S., Patent for Surface Condenser, 399
  • Hamilton, A. M., Model of Lattice-Rib Aeroplane Hangar, 714
  • Hamilton, R. A., on Meteorological Observations at North-East Land, 267
  • Hammers. See Machine Tools
  • " Hampton Ferry,” S.S., 141
  • Hampton, Dr. W. M., on Developments in Optical Glass, 107
  • Hancock and Co (Engineers), Ltd., Oxygen Cutting Machines, 202
  • Handling Appliances in Shipyards, 220
  • — of Motor-Car Traffic at Dover Harbour, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • — Plant, Ash, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 260*
  • Handling Plant, Coal, at Electric Power Stations, 667,683
  • Hangar, Aeroplane, Bellman Transportable, 515*. See .Erraiwn, 530
  • “ Hannover,” Motor Barge, Producer-Gas Driven, 611
  • Hanson, Prof. D., on Creep of Tin and Tin Alloys, 305
  • Hanson, T. K., on Energy Balance Sheet of Gas Engine, 385. See 319. SeeLETTER443 Hants Electric Chassis Co., Ltd., 10-12'cwt. Electric Delivery Vehicle, 24*
  • Harbour, Dover, Handling of Motor-Car Traffic at, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening Gear-Teeth by Oxy-Acetylene Flame (Farrel-Birmingham Co., Inc.), 590*. See Addendum, 624
  • — Metals. See also Heat Treatment under
  • Metallurgy
  • Harland Engineering Co., Ltd., Ras-el-Ain Pumping Plant, Palestine, 575*
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Re-conditioning of S.S. “ Windsor Castle,” 63* ; 330-h.p. Eight- Cylinder Diesel Engine, 121* ; Launch of H.M. Cruiser “ Belfast,” 357: Union- Castle Liner “ Capetown Castle,” 471*
  • “ Harpen I,” Motor Tug, Producer-Gas Driven, 608*
  • Harpenden Bergbau A.-G., Producer Gas- Driven Vessels, 608*
  • Harrison, R., on Effect of Copper on Alloy Steels, 692*
  • Hartley, Sir H., on Amenities of Railway Pas- seiiger Travel, 449
  • Harvey, G. A., and Co. (London), Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 201
  • Hasselt, Belgium, Collapse of All-Welded Bridge at, 669*
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H., on Heat-Resisting Steels, ’372*, 455*
  • Haughton, Dr. J. L., on Aluminium-Mag- nesium and Silver-Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys, 304
  • Haulage Drawgear, Colliery, Metallurgical Examination of, 163
  • Hawkyard, W., on Gas-Works Control, 690
  • Hawthorn, R. W., Leslie and Co., Ltd., Trials of H.M. Cruiser “ Manchester,” 416
  • Hay, Prof. R., on Slag Control in Steel-Melting Practice;' 585
  • Hayes, Lieut. J. A., Oil-Fuel Burning in Marine Boilers, 50
  • — Welded Factory Building, Steel Ceilings,
  • Ltd., 278*
  • Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd., Bellman Transportable Aeroplane Hangar, 515*. See Erraitm, 530 ; All-Welded Steel Foundry Building, 676
  • Headmasters’ Employment Committee, Annual Report, 602
  • Health, Ministry of, Memorandum on Water Supply, 361; Circular to Local Authorities on Public Works, 602
  • Heat Balances for Locomotive Boilers, 671 Sheet for Internal-Combustion Engines, 193*. See LETTERS, 264, 323
  • — Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Aero
  • nautics
  • — Insulating Materials, Thermal Conductivity
  • of, 52
  • — Specific. See Specific Heat
  • — Theory of, and Refrigeration, 501, 576. See
  • Errata, 535
  • — Transfer in Condensation of Steam, 643*
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
  • — Waste. See Waste Heat
  • Heater, Air, Barton Power Station, 533*
  • — Condenser, Highfleld (Meldrums, Ltd.), 410*
  • — Feed-Water. See Feed Heater
  • — Pipeless (Nu-Way Heating Plants, Ltd.),
  • 198*
  • Heating, Central, Coke-Fired Boilers for, 689
  • — Cycles, Intermittent, Temperature Maxima
  • in, 377*. See LETTER, 414
  • — Domestic, by Electricity, Effect on Power
  • Station Practice, 241
  • Gas versus Electricity for, 272
  • — and Ventilating Exhibition, International,
  • New York, 370
  • Heidenreich und Harbeck, Bevel-Gear Generator, 346*
  • Heinkel Flugzeugwerke G.m.b.H., Seaplane Catapult for M.S., “ Friesenland,”' 321*,- 414*
  • Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Heller, Gebr.,. Cold Saw with Hydro-Mechanical Feed, 292*
  • Hellman, G., Variable-Stroke Toggle Press, 293* Helps, G., on Organisation of Coal Processing Industries, 592. See 538
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Henius, Ltd., “ Gem ” Dry-Cleaning Plant, 496* Henley’s Telegraph Works, Co., Ltd., Spark- Testing Equipment for Cable Insulation, 352*
  • Henshaw, J., and Co., Ltd., Ferro-Concrete Awning, New-Brighton Railway Station, 29 5
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Automatic Door-Opening Gear, 34; Atritor Pulveriser, 174; Adjustable Drawing-Die Box, 174* ; High- Speed Sensitive Bench Drilling Machine, 248* ; Reed-Prentice Die-Casting Machine, 249*; 2-in. Tangic Self-Opening Diehead, 264*.
  • Herbert, E. G., the Late, 217
  • Heselwood, W. C., on Effect of Chromium and Carbon on Expansion of Chromium Steels, 578*
  • Heyligenstaedt und Comp. G.m.b.H. Electrically-Controlled Die-Sinking Machine, 293* Hi-Lift f-cub. yd. Shovel, 168*
  • Higgs, Motors, Ltd., Fan-Cooled Electric Motor, 199*
  • High-Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials) Highfleld Condenser Heater (Meldrums, Ltd.), 410*
  • Highfleld, W. E., the Late, 529
  • Highways. See Roads
  • Hilger, A., Ltd., Portable Industrial X-Ray Equipment, 57* ; Spectrophotometer, 58; Micrometer for Spectrographs, 58*
  • Hill and Herbert, Ltd.., Washing Machine for Woollens, 353*
  • Hire-Purchase Law and Electricity Supply Undertakings, 721
  • History of Krupps (Review), 659
  • — of Naval and. Marine Engineering (Review),
  • 187
  • — of United States Naval Engineering, 332 H.M.SS. See under Warships
  • Hoadley, E. E., on Automatic Control of Street Lighting, 631
  • Hodsoil, Wing-Comdr. E. J., on Defence of Transport against Air Attack, 359
  • Hogan, J. H., on Glass in Modern Homes, 107
  • Hoist, Overhead, 1-ton Electric (Pickerings, Ltd.), 164*
  • — See also Cranes
  • Hoisting Crab, Electric, for 3-ton Overhead Travelling Crane (Butters Brothers and Co., Ltd.), 703*
  • — Gear, 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating Crane,
  • 128*
  • — Machinery, Safety Provisions for, 313
  • — Motion of Electric Overhead Cranes, Cost
  • and Efficiency, 164. See Erratum, 188
  • Holden and Hunt, Ltd., Continuous-Stitch Spot Welder, 172*
  • Holes, Fitting of Shafts in. See Gauging
  • Holfontein Mines, South Africa, High-Tension Stator-Reversing Switch for 1,100-h.p. Motor, 342*
  • Holland-America Liner “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” Launch of, 525, 549* ; Description of, 675*
  • — Engineering Trade Statistics, 71, 186, 203,
  • 392
  • Holland and Hannen and Cubitts, Ltd., Station Reconstruction, Wirral Railway, 295
  • — Shipbuilding Practice in, 220
  • Honours List, King’s Birthday, 685
  • — — New Year’s, 17, 43.
  • Hook Roller for Single Bucket Excavators, 214, 253*
  • Hopkinson, Ltd., Steam Distributor, 718*
  • Hot-Metal Practice in Fixed Open-Hearth Furnaces, 558
  • Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • House Refuse, Garbage-Grinding Plants for, 81*
  • Howaldtswerke A.-G., Seaplane Catapult, M.S. “ Friesenland,” 321*, 414*
  • Howden, G. B., Diesel Railcar for Great Northern Railway of Ireland, 385*
  • Howden, J., and Co. (Land.), Ltd., Fans for Barton Power Station, 533*
  • Hudson River, New York, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel under, 375*, 435*
  • Hughes, W. R. N., on Use of Aluminium in Warships, 525
  • Hulme, E. W., on Prehistoric and Primitive Iron Smelting, 637
  • Humboldt-Deutzmotoren A.-G., Direct-Drive Diesel Locomotive, 251*; 750-b.h.p.
  • Producer Gas-Driven Engines, Motor Tug “ Harpen I,” 609*
  • Humidity and Temperature Control in Deep Mines, 600
  • Recorder and Controller (Short and Mason, Ltd.), 60*
  • Humphreys, C. L. H., on Road Construction, 272
  • Hunnewell, Commdr. F. A„ on United States Coast-Guard Cutters, 50
  • Hunslet Engine Co., Ltd., 204-b.h.p. Oil- Engined Locomotive for Underground Work, 7
  • Hunt Partners, Ltd., Drummond Air-Conditioning Plant, 262*
  • Hunter, H., on Reheated Reciprocating Marine Steam Engine, 427*. See 453
  • Hutton, Prof. R. S., on Training and Employment of Metallurgists, 378
  • Hydraulic Coupling and Engineering Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Transmission for 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined Railcar, 10*
  • Problems in Power Transmission by, 481, 487*, 551*, 663*
  • — Levelling Gear for Single-Bucket Excava
  • tors. 215, 221*
  • — Machine Tool 3. See Machine Tools
  • — Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • —• Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • '— Pumps. See Pump
  • — Turbines. See Turbines ; Power Plant Hydraulics, Open-Flow, 30, 83*. See Erratum,
  • 122
  • — See also Hydrodynamics ; Irrigation; Water Hydro- and Aero-Dynamics (Review), 570
  • — Aeroplane. See Seaplane under Aeronautics
  • — Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Extractor Autolift for Laundries (Wat
  • son, Laidlaw and Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Automatic, for Laundries (T. Broadbent and Sons, Ltd.), 354*
  • Cover Safety Device (Cherry Tree Machine Co., Ltd.), 442
  • for Laundries (Manlove, Alliott and Co., Ltd.), 412
  • Hydrodynamics and Aerodynamics (Review), 570
  • — Pipe Delivery from Pitot-Tube Measurements, Estimation of, 616
  • — Transient Flow in Pipes, 713
  • — Use of Pipe Bends as Flow Meters, 227*.
  • See LETTER, 324
  • — See also Ship Resistance
  • Hydrogen, Catalytic Combustion on Platinum Wire, 587*
  • — and Steam, Influence on Interactions in
  • Blast Furnace, 547, 645
  • Hydrology, Scientific, International Association of, Washington Meeting, 1939, 657
  • Hyslop, J. F., on Effect of Fluxes on Strength of Fireclay, 52
  • ICE Jam at Niagara Falls, Damage from, 397*
  • — and Snow Removal on Roads, 26
  • — See also Refrigeration
  • Ideal-Home Exhibition, “ Daily Mail," Olympia, 421
  • Idle, River, Laced Piling on Banks of, 133*
  • Igranic Electric Co., Ltd., Controllers for Motors, 43; Lighting Equipment for Drawing Offices, 43 ; Marine-Type Circuit Breaker, 43; Solenoid-Operated Brake, 44* Ignition in High-Speed Oil Engines, Investigations on, 342*, 400*. See LETTER, 688* Illumination. See Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric
  • Impact Stresses in Freely-Supported Beam, 505. See LETTER, 592
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Imperial Airways, Ltd., 3,240-h.p. Passenger Monoplane, 48*; Service Records of Bristol Aero-Engines, 366 ; Transatlantic Flights and Weather Forecasts, 369
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Booklet on Sodium Carbonate for Metal Refining, 108; Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 234
  • — College, Researches on Interactions in
  • Blast Furnace, 547, 645
  • — Defence Committee, Oil from Coal Report,
  • 211
  • — Institute, South Kensington, Annual Report,
  • 303 ; Grading Rules for Empire Timbers, 551
  • Import Trade, See Trade
  • Impregnating Plant for Electric Cables, Aberdare Cables,. Ltd., 511*
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd., Low-Temperature Heat-Treatment Furnace, 198* ; High- Speed Steel Furnace, 702*; Gas-Fired Recuperative Furnace, 702
  • — Lamps. See Lamps under Electric India, Cochin, Port Developments at, 69
  • — History of Steel Industry in, 637
  • — Soil Erosion in, Problem of, 711
  • Indian Canals, Flow Hydraulics of, 30, 83*. See Erratum, 122
  • Indianapolis Sewage Works, Garbage-Grinding Plant, 82*
  • Indicator, Cathode-Ray, Use in Oil-Engine Research, 403
  • — Diagrams, Gas-Engine. Logarithmic Plotting
  • of, 55*. 116*
  • — Transformer-Tap Position (Nalder Brothers
  • and Thompson, Ltd.), 60*
  • Induction Motor. See Motor, Electric Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Agreements and Disputes. See Labour;
  • Labour Notes
  • — and Commercial Policy, 570
  • — Development in Northern Ireland, 43 and Research, 154
  • — Economics. See Labour
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Notes. See Latour Notes under Labour
  • — Psychology, National Institute of, Appeal
  • for Funds, 569
  • — Research. See Research
  • Industries. See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ingham, Lomax and Roscoe, Concrete-Pipe Sewer Construction, Glazebury, 560*
  • Ingot Chariot for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636*
  • — Iron, Rapidly-Cooled, Martensite Grains in,
  • 630
  • Injection Systems for High-Speed Oil Engines, Investigations on, 342*. See LETTER, 688* Inland Navigation. See Canals ; Rivers, &c.
  • — Water Survey Committee, Surface-Water
  • Year Book of Great Britain, 657
  • Institute of Transport. See Transport
  • — See Institutions
  • Institution, British Standards. See Standards
  • — Royal. See Noyailnstiitition
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical
  • Sciences, Institute of ; Aeronautical Society, Royal; Arts, Royal Society of; Automobile Engineers, Institution of; British Acetylene Association; British Association; British Chemical Plant Manufacturers’ Association; British Compressed Air Society; British Engineers’ Association; British Rubber Producers’ Association ; Ceramic Society; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Diesel Engine Users’ Association ; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Engineer-in-Charge, Institution of; Engineers’ German Circle; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Engineering Inspection, Institution of; Export, Institute of; Fuel, Institute of; Gas Engineers, Institution of; Glass Technology, Society of; Industrial Psychology, National Institute of; Iron and Steel Institute ; Junior Institution of Engineers ; Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of; Liverpool Engineering Society ; Marine Engineers, Institute of; Materials and their Testing, Joint Committee on ; Mechanical Engineers, American Society of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metals, Institute of; Meteorological Society, Royal; Mining Engineers, Institution of; Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of; Municipal Electrical Association, Incorporated ; National Safety First Association; Naval Architects, Institution of; Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Society of; Newcomen Society; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers; Petroleum Technologists, Institution of; Physical Society; Royal Institution; Royal Society; Structural Engineers, Institution of; Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of; Technical Institutions, Association of; Testing Materials, American Society for ’; Transport, Institute of; Works’ Management Association
  • Instruments, Scientific, Glass for, 107
  • — See also Aeronautics ; Electric Insulation. See Heat; Electric Interference Apparatus for Determining
  • Elastic Moduli of Short, Thick Rods, 580 Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines ; Motor Car's; Tractors International Association of Scientific Hydrology,' Washington Meeting, 1939, 657 International Combustion, Ltd., Two-Deck
  • Mechanical Screen, 177*; Chain-Grate Stokers, Thorpe Power Station, 259*; Chain-Grate Stokers, Barton Power Station, 533
  • International Conference of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. See Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, International Conference
  • — Electrotechnical Commission,.Torquay Meet
  • ing, 478
  • — Engineering Congress, Glasgow, Pro
  • gramme, 328, 536
  • — Federation for Documentation, Oxford
  • Conference, 155
  • — Heating and Ventilating Exhibition, New
  • York, 370
  • — Laundrv and Allied Trades- Exhibition,
  • 353*, 410*, 440*, 495*
  • International Refrigerator Co., Ltd., 3-4- cub. ft. Electric Refrigerator, 176*
  • — Road Congress, The Hague, Programme, 17 International Technical Developments, Ltd.,
  • Vapour-Proof Snap-Action Switch, 46; Sensitive Steel Bellows,' 46; Schwaiger’s Low-Temperature Viscometer, 46
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Inventions, Patents for, Legislation on, 30
  • — See also Patents
  • Iraq, Kut Barrage on River Tigris, 619*
  • — State Railways, Annual Report, 506 Ireland, Northern, Electric Power Supply in,
  • Report, 690
  • New Industries (Development) Act, 1937, 43
  • Irmischer, F., Maschinenfabrik und Eisengies- serei, Cold Saw with Hydraulic Feed, 292*
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
  • — Case-Hardening. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • — Manufacture. See Furnace, Blast. Metallurgy
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • — Pig, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Rapidly-Cooled, Martensite Grains in, 630
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Smelting, Prehistoric and Primitive, 637
  • — and Steel Industrial Research Council,
  • Report on Open-Hearth Furnace Data,. 541; Report on Application of Time Study to Rolling Mills, 577. See 587
  • Industry, Progress of, 540

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Spring Meeting, London:
  • Programme, 355
  • Report of Council, 540
  • Honorary Treasurer’s Report, 540 Election of Officers, 540
  • Bessemer Medal Awarded to Dr. C. H. Desch, 540
  • Presidential Address, by Earl of Dudley, on History of Iron and Steel Industry, 540
  • Annual Dinner, 544, 587
  • Reports of Discussions, 541, 557, 585,630, 645
  • Carnegie Scholarships Awarded 587, Report on Application of Time Study to
  • Rolling Mills, 577- See 587
  • Influence of Composition and Treatment on Rate of Acid Attack on Mild Steel, by Principal C. A. Edwards, D. L. Phillips and D. F. G. Thomas, 630
  • Martensitic Grains in Rapidly-Cooled Ingot Iron and Mild Steel by B. Jones and N. Gray, 630
  • Experimental Inquiry into Interactions of Gas and Ore in Blast Furnace, Part V.—The Influences of Hydrogen and Steam at 450-850 deg. C., by Prof. W. A. Bone, Dr. H. L. Saunders and Dr. H. J. Tress, 547. See 645
  • Atmospheric Corrosion of Galvanised Iron Wire and its Bearing on Specification Testing, by C. E. Richards, 645
  • Fifth Report of Corrosion Committee, 646 Effect of Chromium and Carbon on
  • Expansion of Chromium Steels, by
  • J. A. Jones and W. C. Heselwood, 578* Effect of Copper on Some Alloy Steels, by
  • R. Harrison, 692*
  • Symposium on Steelmaking (Acid and Basic Open-Hearth Practice):
  • British Open-Hearth Data and their Correlation, Report Presented by E. O. Evans, 541
  • Steelworks Refractories, by Dr. J. H. Chesters, 612. See 541
  • Fuel in Open-Hearth Furnace Practice, by J. A. Davies, 607. See 557
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Design and Control, by Dr. R. J. Sarjant, 557
  • Casting-Pit Practice in Open-Hearth Melting Shops, by N. H. Bacon, 724. See 557
  • Hot-Metal Practice in Fixed Furnaces, by W. Geary, 558
  • Cold-Metal Practice in Fixed Furnaces, by J. Gibson, 558
  • Tilting Open-Hearth Furnace Practice, by A. Robinson, 668. See 558
  • Acid Steelmaking, by T. M. Service, 558
  • Some Aspects of Slag Control in Melting Practice, by Prof. R. Hay, Dr. J. M. ?Ferguson and Dr. J. White, 585
  • Application of Physical Chemistry to Steelmaking, by Dr. A. McCance, 585
  • See also vol. cxlvi
  • Joint Meeting with Institute of Metals, October, 1938:
  • North American Meeting Programme, 404
  • Iron and Steel. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — —- Works. See Works
  • — Structure and Properties of, 361
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Welding. See WeWin<7
  • '—Wrought for Colliery Haulage Drawgear, Examination of, 163
  • — — Bars, Specification, 717
  • — See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron; Metallurgy
  • Ironing Machine, Gladiron (Lister Brothers, Ltd.), 410*
  • Laundry (J. Armstrong and Co., Ltd.), 353*
  • Ironing Machine, Laundry (Baker Perkins, Ltd.), 441*
  • Single-Roll (Manlove, Alliott and Co., Ltd.), 411*
  • — — Starchwork (T. Bradford and Co.), 442* Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges; Floors;
  • Columns; Roofs; Steelwork; Structures. Irrawaddi, River. Flow Hydraulics of, 84;
  • See Erratum, 122
  • Irrigation and Drainage, Agricultural (Review), 438
  • — Pumping Station, Merbein, Victoria, Austra
  • lia, 646*
  • — Village, in Ceylon, 432
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Italian Destroyer “ Aretusa,” Launch of, 561
  • — State Railways, 900-h.p. Electric Streamline
  • Train, 89*
  • — Submarine “ Nani,” Launch of, 309 “ Neghelli,” Trials of, 309
  • — Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, “ Scir6 ” and
  • “ Airone,” Launch of, 309
  • Italy, Engineering-Trade Statistics, 47, 71
  • — Shipbuilding Practice in, 220
  • — Trends in Shipbuilding in, 715
  • Ivor Power Speciality Co., Ltd., La Mont Boiler, 511
  • JACKSON, Sir J., Ltd., Admiralty Graving Dock, Singapore, 158*
  • James, R. T., on Engineering Problems in Modern Architectural Design, 301
  • Japan, Engineering-Trade Statistics, 117, 186, 203, 392
  • — Shipbuilding Practice in, 220
  • Japanese Aluminium Industry, Position of, 165 Jarrow Metal Industries, Ltd., Jarrow-on-
  • Tyne, 632*. See Addendum, 653
  • Jarrow Tube Works, Ltd., Jarrow-on-Tyne, 632*
  • Jarrow-on-Tyne, Industrial Developments at, 632*. See Addendum, 653
  • Jay, Dr., on X-Ray Survey of Refractories, 52 Jeffrey Manufacturing Co., Garbage-Grinding Machine, 82*
  • Jeffrey, R., on Colliery Haulage Drawgear, 163
  • Jenkins Brothers, Ltd., Rapid-Action Valve, 495*
  • Jerusalem Water Supply and Pumping Stations, 575*
  • Jets, Steam, Velocity from Turbine Guide Blades, 723*
  • — — See also Nozzles
  • Johansen, F. C.., on Air Resistance of Trains, 62. See LETTERS, 100,146
  • John Bull Rubber Co., Ltd., Twin Toggle- Operated Tyre-Vulcanising Press, 467*, 545*, 611*
  • Johnson, W. A., on Colliery Haulage Drawgear, 163
  • Joints, Flanged, Pipe, for High Pressures and Temperatures, 443*
  • — — Steel, for Hydraulic Pipe Lines, Specifi
  • cation, 447
  • — Rings, Rubber, for Gas Mains, Specification,
  • 446
  • — Soldered, Strength of, 319
  • — Welded, in Steel Structures, Tests for, 419 Jones, B., on Martensite Grains in Rapidly-
  • Cooled Iron and Steel, 630
  • Jones, B., on Mechanical Properties of Lead Water Pipes, 285*
  • Jones, Prof. B. Melvill, on Flight Experiments on Boundary Layer, 397
  • Jones, E. H. (Machine Tools), Ltd., “ H-Gear ” Belt-Driven Unit, 202*
  • Jones, J. A., on Effect of 'Chromium and Carbon on Expansion of Chromium Steels, 578*
  • Jones, Major P. L., on Developments in Ship Propulsion, 35, 77
  • Jones, Dr. W. D., on Porosity of Hot-Tinned Coatings on Copper, 319
  • Jones, Prof. W. R. D., on Nickel-Copper- Magnesium Alloys, 304
  • Joule-Thomson Effect and Refrigeration, 502,
  • 576. See Erratum, 535
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Joy Manufacturing Co., Snow-Loading Machine, 51*
  • Jubilee of Associate Diploma of City and Guilds Institute, 539
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Annual Dinner, 242; Gustave Canet Lecture on Early Links between Science and Engineering, by Sir W. Bragg, 539
  • KAMPNAGEL A.-G., 15-ton Electric Revolving Crane for Seaplane Catapult, M.S. “ Friesenland,” 321*
  • Kangerdlugssuak, Greenland, Meteorological Observations, at, 267
  • Kango Electric Hammer (Rawlplug Co., Ltd.), 199*
  • Kashmir, Public Works in, 694
  • “ Kavak ” S.S., Explosion of Boiler Circulator, 608
  • Keadby Pumping Station, River Trent, 132
  • Kelvin Lecture on Statistical Laws of Nature, 507
  • — Medal Award to Sir J. J. Thomson, 243, 539 Kensit, H. E. M., on World’s Water Power, 23 Kent, G., Ltd., CO2 Recorder, 58*; Ring-
  • Gauge Ratio-Flow Controller, 59* ; Boiler, Plant Control and Metering Equipment, Thorpe Power Station, 259* ; Centenary of, 707
  • Kent, J. L., on Experiments with Model of High-Speed Ship, 465
  • Kiesecker, J. P., Design and Construction of Ship Interiors, 104
  • Kiln, Tunnel, for Firebricks, 720
  • Kimberley, R. E., 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined Railcar, 10*, 33*
  • LABORATORY, Forest-Products Research’ Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers, Conversazione, 714
  • — Wembley Research, Exhibits at Physical
  • Society’s Exhibition, 88
  • — See also National Physical

Labour:

  • Employment Statistics, Engineering and Allied Industries, 3, 46, 69, 97, 117, 156, 185, 203, 243, 274, 287, 334, 391, 479. See LETTER, 264
  • Headmasters’ Employment Committee, Annual Rerort, 6
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents Labour Notes, 9, 34, 74, 102, 119, 147, 189, 204, 235, 265, 308, 324, 366, 395, 426, 454, 469, 497. 544, 606, 633, 649, 677, 705. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Safetv Provisions under Factories Act, 1937, 313
  • — Training of Juveniles. 127
  • Time Study in Rolling-Mill Plants, 577,587 Training of Unskilled Labour, 347 Unemployment Statistics, Engineering and Allied Industries, 3. 46. 69, 97, 117, 156,185, 203. 243, 274, 287, 334, 391, 479. See LETTER, 264
  • Wage Costs in Open-Hearth Steel Plants, 558
  • — and Labour Conditions in British
  • Engineering (Review), 542
  • Ladder for 100-Ft. Turntable Fire Escape, 679* Ladles, Steel, Refractories for, 612 Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation
  • Lamb, H. C., Barton and Stuart-Street Power Stations. Manchester, Extensions to, 531* ; on Trends in Power-Station Practice, 665. See 683
  • Lambert, A. F., on Village Irrigation in Ceylon, 432
  • Lamps, Electric. See Electric
  • — Safety, Miner’s Cap (Concordia Electric Safety Lamp Co., Ltd.), 234*
  • “ Lancaster Castle,” S.S., Reheater TripleExpansion Engine, 427*, 453
  • Lanchester, "Dr. F. W., on Energy Balance Sheet of Gas Engine, 4, 55*, 114*, 188*, 319*, 407*, 522*. See LETTERS, 385, 443 : on Independent Springing" for Motor Car, 41 Lanchester, G. H., on Independent Springing for Motor Car, 41
  • Land Drainage and Road Design, 589 Lapping Machines, Paper, for Electric Cables,
  • Aberdare Cables, Ltd., 511*
  • Larke, Sir W., on Producer and Consumer, 570 Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Lattice Tower, Wind Pressure on, Belgian Investigations, 498*
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 92, 122, 150, 180, 208, 270, 299, 338, 387, 416, 453, 498, 534, 564, 596, 625, 652, 680, 708
  • Launching Calculations, S.S. “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” 525, 549*
  • — Practice in Shipyards, 221
  • Laundry Engineers and Allied Trades, Society of, International Exhibition, Royal Agricultural Hall, 353*, 410*, 440*, 495*
  • — Washing Machines, Newbery Automatic
  • Control for, 148*
  • Laurence Scott and Electric Motors, Ltd., Lifting Gear for Motor-Car Gangway, Dover, 225*
  • Law. See Legal; Labour ; Patents
  • Lea Recorder Co., Ltd., Romer-Lea Goal Meters, 280*
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Deposits in Teesdale and Weardale, 43
  • — Kettle for Electric Cable-Covering Plant,
  • 595*. See Addendwm, 652
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Production in Canada, 196
  • — Water Pipes, Mechanical Properties of, 285* Lee, H. W., the Late, 530
  • Lee and Crabtree, Ltd., Power Presses, 62* Leeson, B. H., on Safeguards against Interruptions of Electricity Supply, 67

Legal :

  • Austro-German Patent Law, 685 Caledonian Power Bill, Defeat of, 420 Factories Act, 1937 (Review), 687 — — 1937, Safety Provisions of, 313 Hire-Purchase Law and Electricity Supply Undertakings, 721
  • Labour Legislation. See Labour New Industries (Development) Act (Northern Ireland), 1937, 43
  • Patent Law. See Patenfo See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents Leicester, Domestic Heating, Electricity Supply in, 241
  • Leipzig Fair, Engineering Exhibits, 291*, 345*, 380*, 526*
  • Leitz, E. (London), Ltd., Microscopes for Machine Tools, 87
  • Lenses of Plastic Materials (Combined Optical Industries, Ltd.), 57
  • Letters to the Editor, 12, 61, 100, 119*, 146, 178, 205, 264, 323, 364, 385, 414, 443*, 592, 648, 688*, 704
  • Levelling Gear for Single-Bucket Excavators, 215, 221*
  • Lever Brothers, Ltd., Road-Rail Tank Trailers for Edible Oils, 395*
  • Lewis Dovetail Steel Sheeting, Steel Ceilings, Ltd., 278*
  • Lewisham, Extensions to Century Works of, Elliott Bros. (London), Ltd., 353
  • Leyburn, H.. on Safeguards against Interruptions of Electricity Supply, 67
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., 100-ft. Turntable Fire Escape, 679*
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of, Oxford Meeting, 155; Luncheon, 508
  • Liege Universitv, Wind-Pressure Investigations, 499, 638*
  • Lifts, Safety Provisions for, 313
  • Lifting Appliances in Shipyards, 220
  • — Gear for Motor Cars and Motor-Car Gang
  • way, Dover Harbour, 225*, 226*
  • — — Safety Provisions for, 313
  • — Machines for Paper Rolls (Economy
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 605*
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Lightalloys, Ltd., Doors for Wirral Railway
  • Electrified Rolling Stock, 296*. See Addendum, 386
  • Lighting at Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 509
  • — Equipment for Drawing Offices (Igranic
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 43
  • Emergency (Batteries, Ltd.), 344*
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Industry, Improved Glasses for, 107
  • — Regulations under Factories Act, 1937, 314
  • — Street, Electric, Automatic Control of, 631 Electric, Central Control System for, 592
  • — System for Diesel-Driven Articulated Three-
  • Car Train, 350
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 700
  • — See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lightning. See Electric
  • Lilly, Dr. W. E., on Modified Theory of Elasticity, 279*
  • Limit Gauges. See Gauges ; Gauging
  • — Internationa], for Standard Hole and Shaft,
  • 99, 104*
  • Lincoln, Grey-Iron Foundry, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 622*, 661*
  • Lincoln. J. F., on Progress in Electric Welding, 478
  • — Vehicular Tunnel, New York, 375*, 435* Lindberg Engineering Co., Forced-Circulation
  • Heat-Treatment Furnace, 577*
  • Lindley, H., the Late, 559
  • Liners. See Steamers
  • Linings, Ferro-Concrete, for Tube-Railway Tunnels, 400*
  • — Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New York,
  • 377*
  • Lipe, W. C., Inc., Chamfering Machine for Gear Teeth, 178*
  • Liquid Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • — Viscosity of. See Viscosity
  • Lister Brothers, Ltd., Airspeed Drying Machine for Laundries, 355* ; Gladiron Ironing Machine, 410*
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Auto-Truck Milk Bar, 177; Mechanised Foundry, 483*
  • Literature, 141, 187, 275. 363, 393, 437, 542, 570, 603, 658, 686. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Technical, Need for Abstracts of, 627 Litigation. See Legal; Labour; Patents Liver Boiling Vessels, Steam, Explosion of, 8,
  • 608
  • “ Liverpool,” S.S., 310, 398
  • — Engineering Society, Annual Dinner, 128
  • — University Rankin Lecture, on the Mobilisa
  • tion of Knowledge, by Sir J. Stamp, 627
  • Lloyd’s Register, Statistics, Vessels under Construction, 43; Statistics, Vessels Launched, 161: Reports on Early Transatlantic Steamers, 311
  • Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Locomobile Boiler with Superheater (Mas- ehinenfabrik Buckau R. Wolf, A.-G.), 380*
  • Locomotive Boilers, Heat Balances for, 671
  • — Compound, French, Improvements in, 389
  • — Diesel, with Direct Drive (Humboldt-
  • Deutzmotoren A.-G.), 251*
  • — 660-h.p. Diesel-Engined, New South Wales,
  • 121*
  • — Electric, 8,400-kW, Swiss Federal Railways,
  • 719
  • Trend of Design of, 513
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 334
  • — 204-b.h.p. Oil-Engined, for Underground
  • Work (Hunslet Engine Co., Ltd.), 7
  • — Standards, Fits for Parts of, 104*
  • — Steam Turbine. Use of Fluid Couplings in,
  • 481, 552*, 663*
  • — 4-6-0 Type Mixed-Traffic, Great Western
  • Railway, 189*
  • — See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX Loewe-Gesfiirel A.-G., Motor-Driven Lathe
  • with Stepless Drive, 293*; General- Purpose - Lathe, 293*; Four-Spindle Drilling Machine, 293* ; Constant-Speed Milling Machine, 293* ; Automatic Milling Machine, 293*; Single-Purpose Milling Machine, 293*
  • Loewy Engineering Co., Ltd., Hollow-Steel Forging Plant, Chesterfield, 544
  • Logarithmic Plotting of Gas-Engine Indicator Diagrams, 55*, 116*
  • Londex, Ltd., Power-Factor Regulator, 86* London Area, Highway Development Survey, 1937, 567, 593*, 620*
  • Transport Facilities in, Problems of, 68
  • — Chemical-Engineering Congress, 1936, Trans
  • actions of (Review), 394
  • — County Council, Abbey Mills Pumping
  • Station, 460*
  • — and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Com
  • mittee, Report for 1936-37, 68
  • — Imperial College, Researches on Interactions
  • in Blast Furnace, 547, 645
  • “ London Istanbul,” S.S., for Motor Cars, 140, 289*
  • — Midland and Scottish Railway, Wirral
  • Line Electrification, 295*. See Addendum, 386: Diesel-Driven Articulated Three- Car Train, 349* ; Wagons for Edible-Oil Tank Trailers, 395* ; Accident at Crewe, Report, 416 : Permanent-Way Alignment on. 450; Test Methods for Locomotive Boilers, 671
  • — and North Eastern Railway, Report on Melton
  • Constable Accident, 48 ; Newcastle-upon- Tyne to South Shields Electrification, 303
  • — Passenger Transport Board, Demonstration
  • of Road Surfaces, 97; Portable Rail- Welding Plant, 145* ; Ferro-Concrete Linings for Tube-Railway Tunnels, 400* ; Charing Cross Railway Accident, 601
  • — Queen Mary College, Course in High-Voltage
  • Technology for Teachers, 207
  • — School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine,
  • Lectures on Industrial Psychology, 76
  • — Underground Railways. See Underground “ Lord Beaconsfield,”. Steam Trawler, Accidents
  • with Liver-Boiling Vessel, 608
  • Lorries. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors
  • Loser Neutraliser, Reduction of Ship Vibration by, 495
  • Louvre, with Roller Shutters, Ventilation Building, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, 437*
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal
  • Low Temperature Carbonisation, Ltd., and Scottish Low-Temperature Carbonisation Experiment, 178. See 96. See LETTER, 146
  • — — Physics (Review), 659
  • “ Lowther Castle,” S.S., Reheater TripleExpansion Engine, 427*, 453
  • Liibecker Maschinenbau Gesellschaft, 8-8-cub. ft. Bucket-Wheel Excavator, 37*
  • Lubricants and Wear of Metals, 184 Lubricating Oils. See also Oils
  • Lubrication of Motor-Car Engines, Oils for, 477
  • — Use of Colloidal Graphite for, 17*, 71*,
  • 142*, 215*, 260*. See LETTER, 205
  • Lucas, G. S., on Road Illumination, 272
  • Lucas, J., Ltd., High-Frequency Electric Drill, 199*; High-Frequency Electric Screwdriver, 199*
  • Lurgi Process of Gas Production, 661
  • Lutyens, Sir E., Highway Development Survey, 1937, 567, 593*, 620*
  • “ Lymington,” Motor Ferry, with Voith- Schneider Propellers, 507, 650*
  • Lynam, T. R., on Chrome Refractories for Use in Basic Open-Hearth Furnace, 720
  • Lyons, C., Ltd., Sound-Level Meter, 60*: Dumont Cathode-Ray Oscillograph, 61
  • MACADAM. See Roads
  • Macbeth, C., Twin Toggle-Operated Tyre-Vulcanising Press, 467*, 545*, 611*
  • Macdonald, Capt. K., on Sea-Kindliness and
  • Ship Design, 537
  • Macey, H. Hi, on Drying of Clay Shapes, 26 MacLellan, P. and W., Ltd., Apology to, 160 Mac. See also Me.
  • Machine Design (Review), 393
  • — Shops. See Works and Machine Tools
  • — Testing. See Testing Machines and Tests (Materials)

Machine Tools :

  • Boring Bar, 56-ft. (Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.), 473*
  • — Machine Jig (Socidtd Genevoise), 105*
  • — — Precision, for Tool-Room Use (Moore Special Tool Co., Inc.), 219*
  • Tests and Alignments for, 100, 105*
  • — and Turning Mill, with Infinitely- Variable Gear (Neisser Eisengiesserei und Maschinen-Anstalt), 293
  • Bulldozer, All-Welded (Steelweld Machinery Co.), 339*
  • Chamfering Machine for Gear Teeth (W. C. Lipe, Inc.), 178*
  • Cutting Machines, Oxygen-Jet (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 202
  • Oxygen Jet (Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 202
  • — Speeds for Carbide Tools, 516 Die-Sinking Machine, Automatic (Collet und Engelhard), 293
  • Machine, Electrically - Controlled (Heyligenstaedt und Comp. G.m.b.H.), 293*
  • Diehead, 2-in. Tangic Self-Opening (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 264
  • Drill, Petrol-Driven, Portable (Ateliers des Charmilles S.A.), 370*
  • — Wimet-Tipped for Concrete (A. C. Wickman, Ltd.), 177*
  • Drilling Machine, Bench, High-Speed Sensitive (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 248*
  • Four-Spindle (Loewe-Gesfiirel A.-G.), 293*
  • High-Frequency Electric (J. Lucas, Ltd.), 199*
  • — — Radial Tests and Alignments for, 100, 107*
  • with Stepless Drive (Auerbach und Scheibe A.-G.), 292*
  • — Practice in Shipyards, 220
  • Flanging Machine, Universal (L. Schuler A.-G.), 347
  • Gear, Bevel, Generator (Heidenreich und Harbeck), 346*
  • — Cutting Practice (Review), 364
  • — Hardening Hydraulic Press (Klingelnberg Sohne Fabriken), 294*
  • — Spiral-Spur, Lapping Machine (W. F. Klingelnberg Sohne Fabriken), 294*
  • — Teeth, Chamfering Machine for (W- C. Lipe, Inc.), 178*
  • - Hardening Machine (Farrel-Birmingham Co., Inc.), 590*. See Addendum, 624
  • Grinder and Sander, Pneumatic (Broom & Wade, Ltd.), 694*
  • Grinding Machine, Cutter, Hydraulically- Operated (W. F. Klingelnberg S'ihne Fabriken), 345*
  • - Self-Contained Centreless (A. Scri¬vener, Ltd.), 49*
  • - for Sperry Rail-Welding Equipment, 618*
  • - Tests and Alignments for, 100, 163*
  • Generator, Bevel-Gear (Heidenreich und Harbeck), 346*
  • Hammer, Electric, Kango (Rawlplug Co., Ltd.), 199*
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Jig-Boring Machine (Soci&A Genevoise), 105*
  • Lapping Machine, Spiral-Spur Gear (W. F. Klingelnberg Sohne Fabriken), 294*
  • Lathes, Flame-Hardening of Beds of (Monarch Machine Tool Co.), 652
  • — General-Purpose (Loewe-Gesfiirel A.-G.)
  • 293*
  • — Heavy, with Infinitely-Variable Gear
  • (Neisser Eisengiesserei und Maschinen- Anstalt), 292
  • — Motor-Driven, with Stepless Drive
  • (Loewe-Gesfiirel A.-G.), 293*
  • — Tests and Alignments for, 100, 134*
  • — Tube Cutting-Off (Brookes (Oldbury),
  • Ltd.), 640*
  • Limit Gauging. See Gauging
  • — Work, Tolerances in. See Gauging Microscopes for Machine Tools (E. Leitz
  • (London), 87
  • Milling Head, Universal High-Speed (G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd.), 282*
  • — Machine, Automatic (Loewe-Gesfiirel
  • A.-G.), 293*
  • — — Constant-Feed (Loewe-Gesfiirel
  • Pneumatic Drills. See Drills (above)
  • — Riveter. See Rireter, Riveting (below)
  • — Sander and Grinder (Broom and Wade,
  • Ltd.), 694*
  • Polishing Machine, Automatic (W. Canning and Co., Ltd..), 169*
  • Press, Coining, Automatic (Taylor and Challen, Ltd.), 175*
  • — 300-ton Double-Crank (H. Pels and Co.
  • A.-G.), 345*
  • — Edging (Maschinenfabrik Weingarten),
  • 347
  • — Hydraulic, for Gear Hardening (W. F.
  • Klingelnberg S hne Fabriken), 294*
  • — —- 1.600-ton, Lead-Extrusion, for
  • Cables (Messrs. Stal), 595*. See Addendum, 652
  • — ?— 50-ton Portable (J. Mills and Co.
  • (Llanidloes), Ltd.), 231*
  • Welded Repairs of (Barimar, Ltd.), 73*
  • — Notching, for Chain Wheels (Taylor &
  • Challen, Ltd.), 175*
  • — Power, for General Purposes (Lee &
  • Crabtree, Ltd.), 62*
  • — Toggle, Variable-Stroke (G. Hellman),
  • 293*
  • — Tyre-Vulcanising, Twin Toggle Operated
  • (C. Macbeth), 467*, 545*, 611*
  • Punching Machine, Automatic (Maschinenfabrik Weingarten), 346*
  • — Practice in Shipyards, 220
  • Riveter, Squeeze, Hydro-Pneumatic (Broom and Wade, Ltd.), 519*
  • Riveting Machine, Pneumatic, Portable (Broom and Wade, Ltd.), 190*
  • Sander and Grinder, Pneumatic (Broom and Wade, Ltd.), 694*
  • Saw, Band, Light-Weight (Stechschneider G.m.b.H.), 345*
  • — — for Metal (Midland Saw and Tool Co.,
  • Ltd.), 234
  • for Steel'(Midland Saw and Tool Co., Ltd.), 691*
  • — Circular and Chain, Petrol-Driven,
  • Portable (Ateliers des Charmilles S.A.), 370*
  • for Non-Ferrous Metals (Midland Saw and Tool Co., Ltd.), 691*
  • Sawing Machine, Cold, with Hydraulic Feed (F. Irmischer Maschinenfabrik und Eisengiesserei), 292*
  • — — Cold, with Hj dro-Mechanical Feed
  • (Gebr. Heller), 292*
  • Shaping Machine, Punch and Form (Gebr. Thiel G.m.b.H.), 118*
  • Shearing Machine, Guillotine; with Finger- Guards (H. Pels and Co. A.-G.), 345* 6-ft. Overhead Guillotine (Brookes (Oldbury). Ltd.), 230*
  • 4-ft. Under-Crank Guillotine (Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd.),’ 230*
  • — — Universal (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.),
  • 175
  • Machine Tool Trades Association, Annual Dinner, 333
  • — Works. See AfacAiwe Tools
  • Machinery, Imports and Exports, Statistics, 3, 46, 69, 97, 117, 156, 185, 203, 243, 274, 287, 334, 391, 479. See LETTER, 264
  • — Safety Provisions for, 313
  • Magirus Feuerwehrgerate G.m.b.H., Ladder for 100-ft. Turntable Water-Tower Fire Escape, 23*
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Magnet, Lifting (Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd.), 232*
  • Magnetic Apparatus for Crack Detection, 218*
  • — Separator, Chute Type (Rapid Magnetting
  • Machine Co., Ltd.), 231*
  • Maidstone, Control of Street Lighting in, 631 Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric Management of Works. See Works Management
  • Manchester College of Technology, Particulars of Scholarships, 650*
  • — Corporation, Barton Power Station Completion, 531*; Stuart Street Power Station, Extensions to, 534
  • “ Manchester,” H.M. Cruiser, Trials of, 416 Manipulators for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 637* Manley, G., on Meteorological Observations at Kangerdlugssuak, Greenland, 267
  • Manlove, Alliott and Co., Ltd., Single-Roll Ironing Machine, 411* ; Hydro-Extractor, 412
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • Marbaix, G. E., Ltd., All-Welded Bulldozer, 339*
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co.. Ltd., Field- Strength Measuring Set, 88*; Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 88
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Developments in, 77
  • Machinery, M.S. “ Capetown Castle,” 471 —•' — Machinery, 250-ton Diesel-Electric Float - ting Crane, 76*
  • — -— Machinery, Diesel-Electric M.S. “ Pat
  • ricia,” 144*
  • Machinery, Evaporating and Distilling Plant (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 614*
  • — — Machinery, High-Pressure Turbo-Feed
  • Pump (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 615*
  • Machinery, S.S. “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” 676
  • — — Machinery, Seaplane Catapult M.S.
  • “ Friesenland,” 415*
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Engineers, Institute of, Service Results with
  • High-Pressure Boilers, 153; Annual Dinner, 243
  • and Naval Architects, American Society of. See Naval Architects
  • and Naval Architects, International Conference of. See Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, International Conference
  • Qualifications of, Board of Trade Committee’s Report on, 15, 686
  • Marine-Engineering Industry, Position and Prospects, 391
  • Lloyd’s Statistics, 43, 161
  • Problems of To-day, 716
  • in United States, Trends in, 716
  • — and Naval Engineering, History of (Review),
  • 187
  • — Propulsion, 400-b.h.p. Allen Diesel Engine,
  • Motor Ferry “ Lymington,” 507, 650*
  • — — Diesel-Electric Drive, Alternating-Cur
  • rent System for, 458*, 464
  • 1,510-b.h.p., Diesel-Electric Machinery, M.S. “ Patricia,” 144*
  • Diesel-Electric Plant for 250-ton Floating Crane, 76*
  • — — 5,000-b.h.p. Diesel Engines, M.S. “ Frie
  • senland,” 415*
  • Diesel Engines for, Report, 450
  • —- — Emmet Mercury - Vapour Process for, 103
  • 750-b.h.p. Gas Engines, Motor Tug “ Harpen I,” 609*
  • 34,000-h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S. “Nieuw Amsterdam,” 675
  • Geared Turbines for Ships, 37, 77
  • 10-cylinder Harland-B. and W. Oil Engine, M.S. “ Capetown Castle,” 471
  • High-Pressure Boilers, for, 153
  • Machinery of Early Transatlantic Steamers, 398
  • — —- Machinery for United States Coast-
  • Guard Cutters, 50
  • Machinery for United States Ships, 716 Marine-Engine Output in 1937, 9, 108, 130
  • — — Naval Engineering in United States,
  • History of, 332
  • Oil Fuel for. See Oil Fuel
  • Recent Developments in, 35, 77
  • Torque Characteristics of Types of Propelling Machinery, 50
  • — •— Triple-Expansion Engines with Re
  • heaters, 427*, 453
  • Turbo-Electric Drive for Ships, 77
  • Use of Kort Nozzle, 715
  • Sie also Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers ; Ship Resistance ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Station, Dover, Motor-Car Traffic Handling
  • at, 140*, 225*
  • — — Naples, 179*
  • — Salvage. See Salvage
  • — Turbines. See Twrtnwes, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Mariners’ Museum, Newport News, Virginia, 50
  • Maritime Station, Naples, 179*
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Marking Machine, Laundry (National Marking Machine Co., Ltd.), 353*
  • — — Laundry (Tillett’s Cotton Marking
  • Machine Co., Ltd.), 497
  • — off Tables, Draft Specificat ion, 580
  • Marshall, A. L. (Carlton), Ltd., Band Conveyor with Photo-Electric Relay, 413*
  • Marshall, Hunt and Partners, Ltd., Automatic Washing-Machine Control, 442*
  • Marshall, Sons and Co (Successors), Ltd., 9-ft. Concrete-Road Forming Machine. 62*; Road-Roller Surface-Levelling Attachment, 364*
  • Marshall, W. T., Torsion Tests of Ferro-Concrete Beams, 603
  • Martin, B. E., Radiation Tester for Domestic Boilers, 717*
  • Maryland University. Post-Graduate Research Scholarships, 362
  • Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Niimberg, 2,500- b.h.p. Nine-Cylinder Diesel Engines, M.S. “ Friesenland,” 415*
  • — Buckau R. Wolf, A.-G., Locomobile Boiler
  • with Superheater, 380*
  • Mason, C. C., on Recording Apparatus for Torsional Damping, 119*
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Summer Course on Strength of Materials, 356
  • Mastoker Underfeed Stoker, 230*
  • Materials, Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • — and their Testing, Joint Committee on,
  • Annual Report, 629
  • Matter, Elasticity, Plasticity and Structure of (Review), 393
  • — Structure of, and Rontgen Rays (Review),
  • 658
  • Matthews, G. C., on Tunnel Kilns in Heavy Clay Industries, 720
  • Maverick, G. M., on Addition Agents for Motor Oils, 477
  • Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., Joy Snow-Loading Machine, 51*; Totally-Enclosed Direct Drive for Conveyors, 572*
  • Maxoven Gas-Fired Furnace, 702*
  • Mayo, Major R. H., Design of Composite Aircraft, 155
  • McCance, Dr. A., on Application of Physical Chemistry to Steel-making, 586
  • McGowan Committee Report on Electric Power Supply, 593
  • McGrath, R., on Building with Glass, 107 McKenzie, T., on Salvage of Ex-German Fleet at Scapa, 126
  • McLellan, Col. W., Memorial to, 303
  • McNab, J., on Effect of Fluxes on Strength of Fireclay, 52
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Mearns, J., Tower at Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 508*
  • Mechanics, Engineering, Statics and Dynamics (Review), 571
  • — Fluid, Applied (Review), 437
  • Mechanical Appliances for Construction Purposes (Review), 187
  • — Engineers, American Society of, Cavitation
  • on Marine Propellers, by Commdr. L. P. Smith, 183; Friction of Reciprocating Engines, by F. H. Dutcher, 655

[Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • London Meetings, Winter Session :
  • Gray Lecture on Recent Developments in Ship Propulsion, by Major P. L. Jones, 35, 77
  • Nomination of Officers, 99 1
  • Machine-Tool Tests and Alignments, by Prof. G. Schlesinger, 104*, 134*, 162*. See 99. See LETTER, 178
  • Presentation of Prizes, 213. Sse 99 Annual Report, 214
  • Election of Officers, 214
  • Single-Bucket Excavators, bj W. Savage, 221*, 253*. See 214
  • Pressure Distribution in a Convergent- Divergent Steam Nozzle, by A. M. Binnie and Dr. M. W. Woods, 250*, 283*. See 245
  • Effect of Circumferential Pitch of Steam- Turbine Blades on Torque as Compared with Biplane Effect on Lift of Aerofoils, by R. Dowson, 722*. See 245
  • Report on Benevolent Fund, 336
  • Aircraft Efficiencies, by Dr. N. A V. Piercy, 339*, 433. See 331, 336. See LETTER, 364
  • Exhaust Systems of Two-Stroke Engines, by H. O. Farmer, 367*. See 362
  • Report on Cutting-Tools Research: Carbide Tools, 430*, 516*. See 424
  • Watt Medal Awarded to Henry Ford, 480 Some Problems in Transmission of Power bv Fluid Couplings, by H. Sinclair, 487*, 551’*, 663*. See 481
  • Impact Stresses in Freely Supported Beam, by Dr. R. N. Arnold, 505.- See LETTER, 592
  • Engineering Problems Associated with Improvement of Temperature and Humidity Conditions of Atmosphere in Mines at Great Depth, by Lieut.-Col. J. H. Dobson and Prof. W. J. Walker, 600
  • Summer Meeting, Cardiff:
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 629, 649
  • Design and Operation of Modern Blooming Mill, by W. F. Cartwright, 635*, 694*. See 657
  • Dinner, Visits and Excursions, 658
  • East Midland Branch:
  • Recent Developments in High-Speed Oil Engines, by Prof. S. J. Davies, 342*, 400*. See LETTER, 688*
  • Mechanical Engineering, Hundred Years of (Review), 571
  • — Flight. See Aeronautics
  • — Stoker. See Stoker
  • — Traction on Roads. See Roads; Motor
  • Cars; Tractors
  • Mehlig’s Theory on Oil Spray, 688*. See 342* Meidericher Schiffswerft, Motor Tug “ Harpen I,” 609*
  • Meldrums, Ltd., Highfleld Condenser Heater, 410*
  • Mellanby, Prof. A. L., on Service Results with High-Pressure Boilers, 153
  • Melting Points of Refractories, 451
  • — Shops, Open-Hearth, Casting-Pic Practice in,
  • 557, 724
  • Melton Constable Railway Accident, Report, 48 Memorial to Col. W. McLellan, 303
  • Merbein Pumping Station, Victoria, Australia, 646*
  • Merchant Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • — Ships. See Motorships ; Ships; Steamers Mercury Balance for Hydraulic Investigations,
  • 229*
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Mercury Switch Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
  • Magnetically-Operated Switch, 57
  • — Vapour Plant for Ship Propulsion, 103 Mersey, River, Estuary, Effect of Sewage
  • Discharge in, 684
  • Metalectric Furnaces, Ltd., 25-kW Crucible Furnace, 198* ; 5-ton Tilting Furnace for Light Alloys, 198* 35-kW Re-Circulated - Atmosphere Furnace, 198*
  • Metals and Alloys, Non-Ferrous, Analysis of (Review). 363
  • — Catalytic Combustion of Gases on, 587*
  • — Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress and
  • Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • — Filament Lamps. See Lamps under Electr ic
  • — and Gases, Introduction to Study of Metal-
  • Gas Equilibria (Review), 275
  • Metal Industries, Ltd., Salvage of Ex-German Fleet at Scapa, 126

Metals, Institute of:

  • May Lecture on Plastic Strain in Metals, by Prof. G. I. Taylor, 569
  • Spring Meeting, London: Programme, 89 Report of Council, 276 Honorary Treasurer’s Report, 277 Election of Officers, 277
  • Institute of Metals’ Medal awarded to Sir
  • W. H. Bragg, 277 Reports of Discussions, 304, 318, 378 Annual Dinner, 306 Presidential Address, by Dr. C. H. Desch, on Chemist’s View of Metallurgy, 277 Nickel-Copper-Magnesium Alloys by W. R.
  • D. Jones and K. J. B. Wolfe, 304 Alloys of Magnesium, Part VII. Mechanical Properties of Some Wrought AIuminiUm-Magnesium and Silver- Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys, by Dr.
  • J. L. Haughton and A. E. L. Tate, 304 Sintered Alloys, Part I. Copper-Nickel-
  • Tungsten Alloys Sintered with a Liquid Phase Present, by G. H. S.
  • Price, Dr. C. J. Smithells and S. V. Williams, 305
  • Creep of Tin and Tin Alloys, Part II, by Prof. D. Hanson and E. J. Sandford, 305
  • Physical and Mechanical Properties of Nickel Brasses, by Dr. M. Cook, 318
  • Influence of Alloying Elements on Crystallisation of Copper, Part I. Small
  • Additions and Effect of Atomic Structure, by Dr. L. Northcott, 318 Factors Controlling the Porosity of Hot-
  • Tinned Coatings on Copper, by Dr. W. D. Jones, 319
  • Influence of Surface Alloying on Strength of Soft-Soldered Joints, by R. Chadwick, 319
  • Training and Employment of Metallurgists, by Prof. R. S. Hutton, 378 Visits and Excursions, 380
  • Joint Meeting with Iron and Steel Institute, October, 1938:
  • North American Meeting Programme, 404 Metals, Plastic Strain in, 569
  • — Price Diagrams, 8*, 130*, 235*, 404*, 512*,
  • 668*
  • — Refining, Sodium-Carbonate Process “for,
  • 108
  • — Smelting Industries, Electrical Precipitation
  • of Effluent Gases for, 212
  • — Structure and Properties of, 361
  • — — See also Microphotographs
  • — Wear Resistance of, Symposium on, 184
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Metallurgy ; Microphotographs Metallography and Chemistry, 277
  • — See also Metals ; Metallurgy ; Microphotographs

Metallurgy :

  • Alloys, Aluminium, Corrosion by Falling Drops, 521*
  • Magnesium, Mechanical Properties of, 304
  • Use in Warships, 525
  • — Copper-Nickel-Tungsten Sintered, Investigations on, 305
  • See also Brass
  • — for Die Casting, 463
  • — Iron and Chromium (Review), 570
  • — Lead-Base for Solders, 319
  • — Light, Tensile Tests of, 530*
  •  ?— Magnesium, for Air-Screw Blades, 70. See LETTER, 264
  • Corrosion by Falling Drops, 521*
  • — and Metals, Non-Ferrous, Analysis of
  • (Review), 363
  • — Nickel Brass, Properties of, 318
  • Copper-Magnesium, Experiments on, 304
  • — — at Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 446
  • — used in Shipbuilding, 104
  • — Silver-Aluminium-Magnesium, Mechanical Properties of, 304
  • — Structure and Properties of, 391, 451
  • — Tin-Base for Solders, 319
  • Creep of, .Investigations on, 305
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Brass. See Brass
  • Cast Iron. See Cast Iron
  • Coke Ovens. See Coke Ovens
  • Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Foundry. See Foundry ; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment of Alloy Steels Containing Copper, Effect of, 692*
  • — — Case-Carburising Furnace for Roller-
  • Bearing Components, 195*
  • — — Gas-Fired, Forced-Circulation Fur
  • nace for (Lindberg Engineering Co.), 577*
  • — — Low Temperature, Gas-Fired Furnace for (Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd.), 198*
  • Iron Manufacture, Use of Sodium Carbonate in, 108
  • See also Furnaces, Blast
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • Metals, Plastic Strain in, 569
  • — Tests of. See Tests {Materials) Metallurgical Examination of Colliery Haulage Drawgear, 163
  • Metallurgists, Training and Employment of, 378
  • Metallurgy, Chemist’s View of, 277 Nickel-Silver Sheets and Strip, Specification, 718
  • Oxygen in Steel Determination of, 631 Powder Metallurgy, Principles of (Review), 687
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Refractories. See Refractory Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Slag, Basic, Composition and Value of, 558, 668
  • — Control in Steel Melting Practice, 585 Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces Tungsten Carbide for Cutting Tools, Production of, 430
  • Wear Resistance of Metals, 184
  • Welding. See JPeMwjz
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals, Institute of; Metallography ; Microphotographs ; Foundry; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See Mining
  • Meteoric Iron, Use of, 637
  • Meteorological Conditions during Abnormal Tides in Thames, 561*
  • — Services for Atlantic Flight, 369
  • — Society, Royal, Artificial Production of
  • Carbon Dioxide and its Influence upon Surface Temperature, by G. S. Callendar, 267; Oxford Expedition to North-East Land, 1935-36, General Meteorology, by R. A. Hamilton, 267; Meteorological Observations of the British East Greenland Expedition, 1935-36, at Kangerdlugssuak, by G. Manley, 267; Cloud Forecasting, Daily Use of Tephigram, by R. M. Poulter, 267; Symons Lecture on Atlantic Flight and its Bearings on Meteorology, by F. Entwistle, 369
  • Meteorology,' Weather Forecasts, Use in Road Construction, 26
  • Forecasts for Transatlantic Flights, 369 Meters, Coal, Romer-Lea, Fulham Power Station, 280*
  • — Coating-Thickness (Salford Electrical In
  • struments, Ltd.), 86*
  • — Flow, Use of . Pipe Bends as, 227*. See
  • T/FITTER 324
  • — Sound-Level (C. Lyons, Ltd.), 60*
  • — See also Electric
  • Metering and Control Equipment, Boiler Plant, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 259*
  • Methane, Catalytic Combustion on Platinum Wire, 587*
  • — Production in Lurgi Process, 661 Metropolitan Cammell Carriage, Wagon and
  • Finance Co., Ltd., Rolling Stock for Wirral Railway, 296*. See Addendum, 386
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Substandard Watt-Hour Meter, 22* ; Ten- sovic Impregnated Wood, 22 ; Courses for Teachers at, 94; Meter-Testing Equipment, 173* ; Over-Current Relay, 173* ; Automatic Voltage Regulator, 174 ; Magnetic Apparatus for Crack Detection, 218*; Transformers, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 440 ; 60,000-kW Turbo-Generator, Barton Power Station. 533*
  • — See also London
  • Miag, 11,000-lb. Battery Mobile Crane, 526* ; 11,000-lb. Oil-Driven Mobile Crane, 526*
  • Michigan Highway Conference, Report, 24 Micrometer for Spectrographs (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 58*
  • Microphotographs, Bicop and Tough-Pitch Copper Wires, 338*
  • — Dust in Air-Conditioned Workroom, 263*
  • — Heat-Resisting Steels, 456*
  • — Lead Water Pipes, 285*
  • Microscopes for Machine Tools (E. Leitz (London)), 87
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Metals ; Metallography ; Microphotographs
  • Midland Coke-Research Committee Report, 414 Midland Saw and Tool Co., Ltd., Band Saw for Metal, 234; Band Saw for Steel, 691*; Circular Saw for Non-Ferrous Metals, 691*
  • Military College of Science, Woolwich, 459
  • — Motor Transport. See Motor Vehicle Milk Bar, Auto-Truck (R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd.),
  • 177
  • Mill, Pilger, Jarrow Tube Works, Ltd., 632* •— Reducing, Jarrow Tube Works, Ltd., 632*
  • — Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Mills, .J., and Co. (Llanidloes), Ltd., 50-ton Portable Hydraulic Press, 231*
  • Millars’ Machinery Co., Ltd., Wellpoint Pumping System for Excavation Drainage, 559*
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See MacAiwe Tools
  • Mines, Coal. See Collieries
  • — Deep, Problems in Ventilation of, 600
  •  ?— Safety in, Research Board, Metallurgical Examination of Colliery Haulage Drawgear, by Prof. J. H. Andrew, R. Jeffrey, and W. A. Johnson, 163
  • — United States Bureau of. See United States
  • — See also Coal; Collieries ; Mining ; Ores ;
  • and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mineral Deposits in Teesdale. and Weardale, Report, 43
  • — Industry, Canadian, in 1936, Report, 195 ?— Oils. See Oils
  • — See also Coal; Mining ; Ores ; and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Mining Engineers, Institution of, Annual Dinner, 155
  • — and Metallurgy, Institution of, Annual
  • Dinner, 508
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ministry of Transport. See Transport Mississippi River, Flow Hydraulics of, 84*.
  • See Erratum,, 122
  • Mitchell, H. H. G., the Late, 307 Mixing Machines, Concrete. See Concrete Model Experiments, Propeller Cavitation, 183 See also Aeronautics; Ship Resistance ;
  • Tank Experiments
  • — Railway Club Exhibition, 518
  • — Tests for Outlet Works, Boulder Dam, 29 Molecules, Disorderly and Refrigerating Engin
  • eering, 501, 576. See Errata, 535
  • Mollier Diagram, Wilson Line in, Determination of, 283*
  • Monarch Machine Tool Co., Flame-Hardened Lathe Beds, 652
  • Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., Nickel-Alloy Exhibits at Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 446
  • “ Monitor,” United States Ship, 332 Monkswell, Lord, on Air Resistance of Trains,
  • 100. See LETTERS, 62,146 Monoplane. See Aeronautics Montgomerie, Dr. J., on Shipbuilding Practice
  • Abroad, 220 ; on Trends in Shipbuilding, 714
  • Montrose, Duke of, on Scottish Low-Temperature Carbonisation Experiment, 146. See 96. See LETTER, 178
  • Moore and George, Ltd., Tests of Bramley Oil Refiner, 528
  • Moore, Dr. R. T., the Late, 471
  • Moore Special Tool Co., Inc., Precision Jig-
  • Boring Machine, 219* Morden-Edgware Tube, Overcrowding on, 68
  • Morecambe and Heysham Fire Brigade, 100-ft.
  • Turntable Fire Escape, 679* Morris, H., Ltd., Plant for Mechanised Foundry,
  • R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 483*
  • Morris, J., and Sons, Ltd., 100-ft. Turntable Water-Tower Fire Escape, 23*
  • Morrison, A. E., and Sons, Ltd., 10-12 cwt. Electric Delivery Vehicle, 24*; 20-cwt.
  • Electric Delivery Van, 172*
  • Moseley, D., and Sons, Ltd.-, Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 202
  • Motor Barge “ Hannover,” Producer-Gas- Driven, 611
  • — Car Chassis Testing Plant, Military College
  • of Science, 459

Motor-Car Details :

  • Chassis for 100-ft. Turntable Water-Tower Fire Escape (Dennis Bros., Ltd.), 23*
  • — Testing Plant, Military College of Science, 459
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor Car
  • Rear Wheels, Independent Springing of, 41 Motor Car Engines, Engines, Petrol
  • ? — Engineers. See Automobile Engineers Independent Springing in, 41 Licensed, Report, 128 Military. See Motor Vehicles Traffic, Handling of, at Dover Harbour, 139*, 225*, 289*
  • Use of Fluid Couplings in, 481, 552* See also Motor Cycles ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • — Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects, 97 117
  • — Electric, Alternating-Current, for Diesel-
  • Electric Ships, 458*, 464
  • — 6,650-h.p., for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636
  • Controllers for (Igranic Electric Co., Ltd.),
  • 43
  • 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating Crane, 76*
  • Fan-Cooled (Higgs Motors, Ltd.), 199*
  • — — Induction (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.),
  • 78*
  • Induction (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 171*
  • — — for Locomotives, 513
  • Propulsion, 665-s.h.p. Diesel-Electric M.S. “Patricia,” 144*
  • for Single-Bucket Excavators, 221* Split-Phase and Capacitor, Fractional
  • Horse-Power (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 580
  • — — Steelworks, Direct-Current (General Elec
  • tric Co., Ltd.), 171*
  • 1,200-h.p. Synchronous-Induction, for Cement Mill (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 248*
  • — Ferry, Diesel-Electric, Reduction Gearing
  • for (D. Brown and Sons (Hudd) Ltd.), 543*. See Addendum, 598
  • “Lymington,” with Voith-Schneider Propellers, 507, 650*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 46 and Taxation, 12
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • — Manufacturers and Traders, Society of,
  • Annual Report, 361
  • .— Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ; Motorships
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Cars
  • — Plough. See Tractors
  • — Roads in Germany, Report, 127
  • — — Rollers. See Road Rollers
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Truck, Auto, for Milk Bar (R. A. Lister &
  • Co., Ltd.), 177
  • — Tug, “Harpen I,” Producer-Gas-Driven,
  • 608*
  • — Vehicle, 10-12 cwt. Battery-Driven (A. E.
  • Morrison and Sons, Ltd.), 24*
  • — — 20-cwt. Battery-Driven (A. E. Morrison
  • and Sons, Ltd.), 172*
  • Imports and Exports, 46
  • — — Licensed, Report, 128
  • — — Military, Upkeep of, 470
  • Use of Oil Engines in, 450 ; See also Tractors
  • — Wheels, Independent Springing in, 41 Motorship “Capetown Castle,” Description of,
  • 471*
  • —- under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 43
  • — Diesel-Electric, Alternating-Current System
  • for, 458*, 464
  • Motorship, “ Friesenland,” with Seaplane Catapult, 321*, 414*
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 161
  • — “ Patricia,” Diesel-Electric, Trinity House
  • Corporation, 144*
  • — See also Marine Propulsion
  • Mott, Hay and Anderson, Ferro-Concrete Lining for Tube-Railway Tunnels, 400*
  • Mould for 56-ft. Boring Bar, 473*
  • — for Open-Hearth Melting' Shops, 557, 724 Moulding Loft Practice in Shipyards, 220
  • — Machines, Grey-Iron Foundry, Ruston &
  • Hornsby. Ltd.. 661*
  • — Machines for Mechanised Foundry, R. A.
  • Lister and Co., Ltd., 483*
  • — Machine, Witton Works, General Electric
  • Co., Ltd., 100*
  • — See also Foundry
  • — Materials, Synthetic-Resin, Specification, 474 Mounting, Anti-Vibration for Generator Set,
  • 676
  • Mowlem, J., and Co., Ltd., Ferro-Concrete Customs Building, Dover, 225*
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Municipal Electrical Association, Incorporated, Torquay Meeting, Programme, 353 ; Electrical Exhibition, 592; Presidential Address, by W. J. Bache, on Work of the Association, 592; Automatic Control with Reference to Street Lighting, by
  • E. E. Hoadley and H. P. Barker, 631; Present Day Trends in Power Station Practice, by H. C. Lamb and K. Baumann, 665. See 683 ; Hire-Purchase Law and its Application to Municipal Electricity-Supply Undertakings, by F. E. Sugden, 721; Air-Conditioning, by Capt. J. C. Chaytor, 721; Annual Dinner, 721
  • Museum, Mariners’, Newport News, Virginia, 50
  • — Royal Scottish, Edinburgh, Annual Report,
  • 626 ; Opening of Shipping Gallery, 686
  • — Science, Transatlantic Steam Navigation
  • Exhibition, 333 ; Annual Report, 600
  • — United States National, Annual Report, 267
  • NALDER BROTHERS and THOMPSON, LTD., Transformer-Tap Position Indicator, 60*
  • " Nani,” Italian Submarine, Launch of, 309 Naples, Maritime Station, 179*
  • National Association of Supervising Electricians. See Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of
  • National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 360-h.p. Oil Engines, Ras-el-Ain Pumping Station, 576*
  • National Marking Machine Co., Ltd., Laundry Marking Machine, 353*
  • — Physical Laboratory, Investigations on
  • Magnesium Alloys, 304; Engineering Department, 10-ton Autographic Testing Machine, 309*, 326*; Investigation of Noise from Air Compressor, 640; Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 714
  • — Safety First Association, Pamphlet on
  • Starting Young Workers Safely in Industry, 127
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • Naval- Architects, Institution of :
  • Trewent, Vickers-Armstrongs, and Yarrow Scholarships, 248
  • Spring Meeting, London: Report of Council, 421 Election of Officers, 422
  • Presidential Address, by Lord Stonehaven, on Position of Shipbuilding Industry, 422
  • Reports of Discussions, 422, 452, 464, 493, 525
  • Annual Dinner, 423
  • Alternative Firing of British Men-of-War, by Capt. B. Ackworth, 382. See 422
  • Destroyer Turning Circles, by A. P. Cole, 452
  • Reheated Reciprocating Marine Steam Engine, by H. Hunter, 427*. See 453
  • Alternating-Current Power System for Diesel-Engined Ships, by W. J. Belsey, 458*. See 464
  • Further Experiments in Smooth and Rough Water, -with Model of High- Speed Ship, by R. S. Cutland and J. L. Kent, 465
  • Further Resistance and Propeller Experiments with Models of Coasters, by Dr. F. H. Todd and J. Weedon, 493
  • Structural Stress in Oil Tanker under Service Conditions, by I. C. Bridge, 494
  • Vibration in Ships, by M. Costantini, 495 Launch of Twin-Screw Turbine Steamer “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” by G. M. Chambers, 549*. See 525
  • Aluminium and its Alloys, with Particular Reference to their Use in Warships, by W. R. N. Hughes, 525
  • Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, International Conference of, London :
  • Programme, 593
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 714
  • Trends in Shipbuilding, by Dr. J. Montgomerie, 714
  • Effect of New Safety Regulations in Senate Report No. 184, on Design of Merchant Ships, by Commdr. H. L. Vickery, 715
  • Present Trend of Marine Engineering in United States of America, by J. E. Burkhardt, 716
  • Marine Engineering Problems of To-day, by S. B. Freeman, 716
  • See also vol. cxlvi
  • Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Society of, The Mariners’ Museum, by H. L. Ferguson, 50 ; Composite Concrete and Timber Blocking for Dry Docks, by Commdr. E. C. Seibert, 50 ; United States Coast-Guard Cutters, by Commdr. F. A. Hunnewell, 50 ; Factors to be Considered in Efficient Burning of Oil Fuel Afloat, by Lieut. J. A. Hyes, 50; Propellers and Propelling Machinery : Manoeuvring Characteristics during Stopping and Reversing, by W. E. Thau, 50; Power of Shallow-Draught River Towboats, by A. J. Dawson, 103; Ship Propulsion by Emmet Mercury-Vapour Process, by W. L. R. Emmett, 103; Alloys in Shipbuilding, by P. Ffleld, 104: Design and Construction of Ships’ Interiors, by J. P. Kiesecker, 104; Fire Control for Passenger Vessels, by G. G. Sharp, 104
  • — Architecture. See Warships
  • — Base, Singapore, Graving Dock at, 158*
  • — Construction. See Warships
  • — Engineering, United States, History of, 332
  • — and Marine Engineering, History of (Re
  • view), 187
  • — See also Warships
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics Navvy, see Excavator
  • Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships •
  • — German. See German, under Warships
  • — Italian. See KaZian under Warships
  • — United States. See UmtetZ States under
  • Warships
  • — See also Naval; Warships; and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., Loading-Shovel Attachment, 234
  • Neckar Water Softener Co., Ltd., Water-Softening Plant, Thorpe Power Station, 316 “ Neghelli,” Italian Submarine, Trials of, 309
  • Negretti and Zambra, Concentration Recorder and Controller, 45* ; Pipe Thermostat, 45*
  • Neisser Eisengiesserei und Maschinenbau- Anstalt, Lathe with Infinitely-Variable Gear, 292 ; Boring and Turning Mill with Inflnitely-Variable Gear, 293
  • Neutraliser, Reduction of Ship ’Variation bv, 495
  • Nevada Canvon-Wall Outlet Works, Boulder Dam, 5*, 27*
  • New England, Floods in, Report, 1936, 700
  • — Jersey Ventilation Building, Lincoln Vehi
  • cular Tunnel, New York, 436*
  • — South Wales Government Railways, 660-
  • h.p. Diesel-Engined Trains, 121*
  • — Year’s Honours List, 17 43
  • — York, International Heating and Ventilating
  • Exhibition, 370
  • — — Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, 375*, 435*
  • — — Waterside-Station Power Station, Mo dernisation of, 126
  • — Zealand Government Railways, Annual
  • Report, 303
  • Newall’s Insulation Co., Ltd., Demonstration of Fire Protection for Steel Structures, 482 Newbery, S., Automatic Control Apparatus for Laundry Washing Machines, 148* Newcastle-upon-Tyne and South Shields Railway Line Electrification, 303
  • Newcomen Society, Centenary of Transatlantic Steam Navigation, by Engr.-Capt. E. C. Smith, 310, 398. See 333 ; One Hundred Years of United States Naval Engineering History, by Rear-Admiral H. G. Bowen, 332; Prehistoric and Primitive Iron Smelting, by E. W. Hulme, 637
  • Newell, E., and Co., Ltd., Swing-Hammer Gypsy m Pulveriser, 323*
  • Newport News, Virginia, Mariners’ Museum, 50 “ Newton Elm,” S.S., Failure of Boiler Tube Stopper, 608
  • Niagara Falls, Ice Jam at, Damage from, 397* Niagara Screens (Great Britain), Ltd., Vibratory Screens, 168
  • Nichols, Dr. H. J., All-Welded Footbridge, Bombay, 434*
  • Nickel Brasses, Properties of, 318
  • — Effect on Magnesium, 304
  • — Production in Canada, 196
  • — Silver Sheets and Strip, Specification, 718
  • — Steels, Effect of Copper on, 692*
  • — Wire, Catalytic Combustion of Gases on,
  • 589*
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” S.S., Launch of, 525, 549* ; Description of, 675*
  • Nitrogen and Oxygen, Separation of, 576 Nixon, F. H., on Financing Engineering Works Abroad, 303
  • Noise from Air Compressor, Reduction of, 640
  • — in High-Speed Oil Engines, Investigations
  • on, 403*
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Ferrous Metals. See MeZoZs; Metallurgy Norrkopings Bomullsvaveri A. B., Gryt Hydro-
  • Electric Plant, 111*
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Ship - building Practice Abroad, by Dr. J. Montgomerie, 220; Sea-Kindliness and Ship Design, by Capt.
  • K. Macdonald and Dr. E. V. Telfer, 537 Development Board, Report oh Minerals in Teesdale and Weardale, 43
  • England, Electricity Tariff for, 713
  • — — Land, Meteorological Observations at, 267 North-Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.,-
  • Reheater Triple-Expansion Engines, 427*, 453
  • — of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Studentship Examinations, 180
  • — Notes, from 13, 39, 64, 93, 123, 150, 181,
  • 208, 238, 268, 299, 328, 357, 387, 417, 447, 475, 502, 535, 565, 597, 625, 653, 681, 709. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Sea Coasts, Reclamation of Tidal Lands on,
  • 273
  • — Wales, Rflg Hydro-Electric Scheme, 485* Northcott, Dr. L., on Crystallation of Copper,
  • 318
  • Northern Ireland, Electric Power Supply in, Report, 690
  • — — New Industries (Development) Act, 1937.
  • 43
  • Northey-Boyce Rotary Engineering Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 169; Two-Stage Positive Rotary Air Compressor, 444*. See Erratum, 498; Railway-Brake Exhauster, 445*
  • Norwich Corporation, Thorpe Power Station, 257*, 315*, 405*, 438*
  • Notched-Bar Tests. See Texts (Materials) Notes on New Books. See Books and LITERATURE INDEX
  • — See Cleveland; North ; South-West; South Yorkshire; Labour. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Nozzle, Steam, Convergent-Divergent, Flow and Pressure Distribution in, 245, 250*, 283*
  • Nu-Way Heating Plants, Ltd., Rotovac Aluminium Furnace, 197*; Pipeless Heater, 198*
  • Nydqvist and Holm, A. B., 665-b.h.p. Hydraulic Turbines, 111*
  • OBERHAUSEN Cracking Plant for Fischer- Tropsch Spirit, 236*

Obituary :

  • - Bone, Prof. W. A., 676
  • - Booth, T., 178
  • - Brier, H., 559
  • - Brotherhood. S.. 559
  • - Clothier, H. W., 337
  • - Cobley, W. H., 130
  • - Cooksley, A., 445
  • - Davidson, J. V., 282
  • - De Brath, S., 89
  • - Ennis, L., 529
  • - Feather, G., 239
  • - Filon, Prof. L. N. G., 34
  • - Goodman, J., 48
  • - Herbert, E. G., 217
  • - Highfleld, W. E., 529
  • - Lee, H. W., 530
  • - Lindlev, H., 559
  • - Mitchell, H. H. G., 307
  • - Moore, Dr. R. T., 471
  • - Preston, S., 158
  • - Ram, G. S., 624
  • - Ratcliff, H. A., 529
  • - Reinecke, E., 564
  • - Spyer, A., 34
  • - Stevenson, D.. A.. 445
  • - Stewart, J. E.. 89
  • - Stroud, Prof. W., 647
  • - Symonds. P. H., 648
  • - Taylor, H. W.. 158
  • - Waddell, Dr. J. A. L.. 413
  • - Ward, A. J., 65
  • - Wilson, E., 308
  • Oil Burning (Review), 276
  • — from Coal, Imperial Defence Committee’s
  • Report, 211
  • — Edible, Road-Rail Tank Trailers for, 395*
  • — Engines. See Engines, OiZ; Motor Cars ;
  • Tractors
  • — Fields, Possible, in Great Britain, 185
  • — Filter, Removal of Colloidal Graphite by,
  • 216*
  • — Fuel Burner, Air Register for (Babcock &
  • Wilcox, Ltd.), 170*
  • Burning in Marine Boilers, 50
  • — Lubricating, Motor-Car, Addition Agents
  • for, 477
  • Use of Colloidal Graphite in, 19*, 71*, 142*, 260. See LETTER, 205
  • Used, Bramley Refining Plant for, 528*
  • — Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars;
  • Tractors
  • — Production from Coal in Scotland, Prospects
  • of, 96. See LETTERS, 146,178
  • — Spray, Mehlig’s Theory on, 688*. See 342*
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • — Tanker, Structural Stress in, under Service
  • Conditions, 494
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — See also Lubrication ; Petroleum
  • Oildag, Properties and Uses of, 18, 72*, 215*, 261*. See LETTER, 205
  • Old Centralians, City and Guilds Institute Diploma, Jubilee Dinner, 539
  • Oliver, H., on Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Materials, 52
  • Olympia. See Exhibition.
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Station, Niagara Falls, Damage by Ice to, 397*
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Eurnace
  • Optical Apparatus, Physical Society’s Exhibition, 19*, 43*, 56*, 86*
  • — Glass. See Glass
  • — Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Optics, 12-ft. Base Rangefinder (Barr and Stroud, Ltd.), 571*
  • Ore, Iron, and Gases, Interactions in Blast Furnaces, 547, 645
  • Osborne, H. C., on Worshipful Company of Carpenters, 386. See 333
  • Oscillations, Electric. See Electric.
  • Oscillograph. See Electric
  • Outlet Works and Valves at Boulder Dam, 5*, 27*
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • — Lines, Power Transmission, Central Elec
  • tricity Board’s Report, 360
  • Power Transmission, Insulation Tester for (Ferranti, Ltd.), 44*
  • Power Transmission, Protection Plant for, 67
  • — — Power Transmission, Rfig Hydro-Elec
  • tric Scheme, North Wales, 486*
  • — — Power Transmission, Shanghai, Damage during Hostilities, 562*
  • — — Power Transmission, Wind Pressure on,
  • 498*
  • Power Transmission, Wirral Railway, 296*
  • Oxford University Engineering Laboratory, Experiments on Convergent-Divergent Steam Nozzles, 245, 250*, 283*
  • Oxidation of Lubricating Oils, Effect of, 477
  • Oxy-Acetylene Flame, Hardening Gear-Teeth by (Farrel-Birmingham Co., Inc.), 590*. See Addendum, 624
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Oxygen and Nitrogen, Separation of, 576
  • — in Steel Determination of, 631
  • Oxylene Method of Fireproofing Wood, Tests, 715
  • Ozonair, Ltd., Portable Air Conditioner, 205
  • PALESTINE, Iron Smelting in, 637
  • — Public Works Department, Jerusalem Water
  • Supply. 575*
  • Panels, Wind Pressure on, Belgian Investigations, 499, 638*
  • Pantograph, Recording, for Wind-Pressure
  • Investigations on Lattice Tower, 499* Paper-Lapping Machines for Electric Cables,
  • Aberdare Cables, Ltd., 511*
  • — Rolls, Lifting Machine for (Economy
  • Engineering Co.), 605* Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil Paris-Orldans-Midi Railway, Compound Loco
  • motives on, 389
  • Parker, W. C., Romer-Lea Coal Meters, Fulham
  • Power Station, 280*
  • Parry, D. H., on Future of Power-Station
  • Design, 241
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., 30,000-kW. Turbo
  • Alternator, Thorpe Power Station, 315* Parsons Engineering Co., Ltd., on Taxation and Motor Industry, 12
  • — Turbines See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • “ Partenope,” Italian Destroyer, Launch of, 561 Pask, V. A., Thorpe Power Station, Norwich,
  • 257*, 315*, 405*, 438*
  • Passenger Aeroplane. See Aeroplane under Aeronautic.,
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Patent Acts Amendment Bill, 30
  • — Law, Austro-German, 685
  • — Record, 80*, 166*, 462*, 520*, 582*, 726*
  • “ Patricia,” Diesel-Electric M.S., Trinity House
  • Corporation, 144* Payment of Labour. See Labour Pearce, J. G., on Cast-Iron Research and Gas
  • Industry, 689
  • Pearne, G., Chief Engineer of S.S. “ Great western ” 399
  • Pels, H., and Co. A-G.. Guillotine Shears with Finger Guards, 345*; 300-ton Double
  • Crank Press, 345* ; Nibbling Machine, 380* Pennsylvania Railroad, Heat Balances for
  • Locomotive Boilers, 671
  • Permanent Magnets. See Magnets
  • — Way, Effect on Smooth Running, 449 Perrin, M., on Cracking of Fischer-Tropsch
  • Spirit, 236*
  • Persian Iron, Historv of, 637
  • Personal, 12, 38, 64, 92,122,150,180, 208, 240, 268, 298, 328, 356, 386, 416, 446, 474, 502, 534, 564, 596, 624, 652, 680, 708
  • Petrol Motors. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol; Motor Cars
  • Petroleum Technologists, Institution of, Crack- of Fischer-Tropsch Spirit, by C. S. Snodgrass and M. Perrin, 236*
  • — See also Oil; Engines, Oil
  • Petters, Ltd.. Diesel-Engine Installation, Abbey
  • Mills Pumping Station, 460*
  • Phillips, D. L., on Rate of Acid Attack on Mild Steel, 630
  • Philips Industrial (Philips Lamps Ltd.), Electric Welder with Tempomat Control, 232*. See Erratum, 264
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs Physical Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • — Laboratory. See NaZionaZ Physical
  • — Society, Exhibition of Apparatus, 19*, 43*,
  • 56*. 86* ; Award of Duddell Medal to Prof. H. Geiger, 569
  • Physics. Cyclotron and its Applications, 656
  • — Disorderly Molecules and Refrigerating
  • Engineering, 501, 576. See Errata, 535
  • — Low-Temperature (Review), 659
  • — Statistical Laws of Nature, 507
  • — See also Physical Society and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Pickermgs, Ltd., 1-ton Electric Overhead Hoist, 164*
  • Piercy, Dr. If. A. V., on Aircraft Efficiencies, 339*, 433. See 331, 336. See LETTER, 364
  • Piers, Concrete, Kut Barrage, Iraq, 620*
  • — San Francisco-Oakland Bav Bridge, 492*,
  • 553*, 697*
  • Pierson and Co., Ltd., Thorpe Power Station,
  • Norwich, 257*
  • Pig-Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Pigman, G. L., on Vibrated Concrete, 307
  • Pilger Mills, Jarrow Tube Works, Ltd., 632*
  • Piling and Construction Co., Ltd., Foundations for Thorpe Power Station,- 257*
  • — Laced, Banks of River Idle, 133*
  • Pilkington Brothers, Ltd., Glass Exhibition Train, 160
  • Pinions. See Gears ; Marine Propulsion Pipe Bends, Use as Flow Meters, 227*. See LETTER, 324
  • — Coupling, Anti-Vibration (Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.), 396*
  • — Delivery from Pitot-Tube Measurements,
  • Estimation of, 6.16
  • — Forming and Laying Machine, Oil-Driven
  • (Allgemeine Transportanlagen G.m.b.H.), 381*
  • — Joints, Flanged, for High Pressures and
  • Temperatures, 443*
  • — Lines, Hydraulic, Flanged Steel Joints for,
  • Specification, 447
  • Steel, Rfig Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • North Wales, 485*
  • — Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • — Thermostat (Negretti and Zambra), 45*
  • — Transient Flow in, Graphical Analysis of, 713
  • — Water, Lead, Mechanical Properties of, 285*
  • — See also Tubes
  • Pisapia, E. A., on Vibrated Concrete, 307
  • Piston, Aluminium Alloy, for Wright G.100
  • Cyclone Aero Engine, 678*
  • — Lubrication in Motor Cars, Oils for, 477
  • — Ring Friction in Engines, Investigations on,
  • 655
  • Testing Apparatus for (A. .1. Amsler and Co.), 718*
  • Pitot-Tube Measurements, Pipe Delivery from,
  • 616
  • Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Plant, Engineering, for Construction Purposes (Review), 187
  • Plastics and Glass, 629
  • Plastic Materials, Use for Lenses (Combined Optical Industries, Ltd.), 57
  • — Strain in Metals, 569
  • Plasticity, Elasticity and Structure of Matter (Review), 393
  • Plate-Flanging Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Steel, Prices.. See Metal-Price Diagrams Plating, Electro. See Electro
  • Platinum Wire, Catalytic Combustion of Gases on, 587*
  • Plough, Motor. See Tractor
  • Pneumatic Tools. See AfacMwe Tools
  • — Tyred Farm Vehicles, Tests of, 648
  • — See also Air Compressor
  • Pokorny und Wittekind, 35-cub. metre Four- Cylinder Air Compressor, 381 *
  • Pollution, Water, Research Board, Report on Estuary of River Mersey and Sewage Discharge, 684 ; Annual Report, 712
  • Polytechnic. See Education
  • Pontoon, 250-ton Floating Crane, Brest Dockyard, 75*
  • Poole, Prof. G., on Mineral Deposits in Teesdale and Weardale, 43
  • Porosity of Tinned Coatings on Copper, 319
  • Port of Cochin, Development of, 69
  • — of Naples, Maritime Station at, 179*
  • — of New York Authority, Lincoln Vehicular
  • Tunnel, 375*, 435*
  • — Washington Power Station, 665, 683 Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Portals, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New York, 377*
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Post Office Research Station, Investigation on Corrosion of Galvanised Iron Wire, 645
  • Potentiometer. See Electric
  • Poulter, R. M., on Use of Tephigram in Cloud Forecasting, 267
  • Powder Metallurgy, Principles of (Review), 687 Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Coal
  • Power Conference, World, Vienna Meeting, British Papers, 190 ; Chemical-Engineering Congress, London, Transactions (Review), 394; Vienna Meeting, Arrangements, 478 ; Vienna Meeting, Programme, 602 ; Report of Council for 1937, 478
  • — Duct, Overhead, Runtact (Donovan
  • Electrical Co., Ltd.), 233*
  • — Electrical, Generation, Transmission and
  • Utilisation of (Review), 686
  • — Factor Regulator (Londex, Ltd.), 86*
  • — Gas. See Gas ; Engines, Gas ; Producer
  • — Hammer. See Hammer under AfocAine
  • Tools
  • — Plants, Hydro-Electric, British, Units
  • Generated, 656
  • Hydro-Electric, Caledonian Power Bill, Defeat of, 420
  • Hydro-Electric, Gryt, Sweden, 111*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Ontario, Niagara Falls,
  • Damage by Ice to, 397*
  • Hydro-Electric Progress in Canada, 42 Hydro-Electric, Rug, North Wales, 485*
  • — — Method of Analysis of Trials of, 192*.
  • See LETTERS, 264, 323
  • — — See also Power Stations ; Power Water ;
  • Substations
  • — Press. See Machine Tools
  • — for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion ; Ship Resistance
  • — Stations, Electric, Barton, Manchester, Completion of, 531*
  • British, Engineering and Financial Statistics, 448
  • Electric, British, Extensions to, 156
  • — — Electric, British, Fuel Consumption and
  • Units Generated, 656
  • —- — Electric, Bunnerong, Sydney, 70-in. Seamless Boiler Drums, 196*
  • — — Electric, Central Electricity Board’s
  • Report, 360
  • — — Electric, Fire Protection for Roofs of, 482
  • — —- Electric, Fire Risks at, Report, 390 Electric, Fulham, Romer-Lea Coal Meters,
  • 280*
  • — — Electric, Future Design of, 241
  • Electric, Inter-Connected, Effects of Short Circuits on, 348*, 466*, 555*. See LETTER, 648
  • — — Electric, Modernisation of, 125
  • Electric, Safety Provisions for, 314
  • — — Electric, Stuart Street, Manchester,
  • Extensions to, 534
  • Electric, Thorpe, Norwich Corporation, 257*, 315*, 405*, 438*
  • — — Electric, Trend of Practice in, 665, 683 See also Power Plants ; Substations
  • — Supply, Electric, for Air-Conditioning, 721
  • — — Electric, for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636 Electric, Central Electricity Board’s
  • Report, 360
  • Electric, Development in Russia (Review), 141
  • — — Electric, Effect of Domestic Load on, 241 Electric,' Effects of Short Circuits in
  • Inter-Connected Three-Phase Systems 348*, 466*, 555*. See LETTER, 648
  • Electric, Engineering and Financial Statistics, Electricity Commissioners’ Report, 448
  • Electric, versus Gas, for Domestic Heating, 272
  • Electric, Generation, Transmission and Utilisation of (Review), 686
  • Electric, McGowan Committee Report on, 593
  • Electric, Merbein Pumping Station, Victoria, Australia, 646*
  • Electric, in Northern Ireland, Report, 690
  • — — Electric, Progress in Canada, 42
  • Electric, Safeguards against Interruptions of, 67
  • Electric, Shanghai, during Hostilities, 562*
  • — — Electric, Tariff for North-East England,
  • 713
  • — — Electric, Transmission and Distribution
  • (Review), 142
  • Electric, Undertakings and Hire-Purchase Law, 721
  • — — Electric, Utilisation of (Review), 142 Electric, Wirral Railway, 295*
  • Power Transmission by Fluid Couplings, Problems in, 481, 487*; 551*, 663*
  • Overhead Lines, Central Electricity Board’s Report, 360
  • Overhead Lines, Insulation Tester for (Ferranti, Ltd.), 44*
  • Overhead Lines, Protection Plant for, 67
  • — — Overhead Lines, Rug Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, North Wales, 486*.
  • Overhead Lines, Shanghai, Damage during Hostilities, 562*
  • Overhead Lines, Wind Pressure on, 498* Overhead Lines, Wirral Railway, 296* Systems for Single-Bucket Elevators, 214, 222*
  • See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Water, World’s, Statistics, 23
  • See also Hydraulic; Power Plants, Hydro-Electric; Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Precipitation, Electrical, of Industrial Effluent Gases, 212
  • Preece, Cardew, and Rider, Romer-Lea Coal Meters, Fulham Power Station, 280*
  • “ President,” S.S., 310, 398
  • Presidential Address to Chamber of Shipping, by W. A. Souter, on Shipping as National Asset, 457
  • — to Incorporated Municipal Electrical
  • Association, by W. J. Bache, on Work of Association, 592
  • to Institute of Metals, by Dr. C. H. Desch, on A Chemist’s View of Metallurgy, 277
  • to Institution of Chemical Engineers, by Dr. W. Cullen, on Chemical Engineering, 213
  • to Institution of Gas Engineers, by H. C. Smith, on Policy and Problems of Gas Industry, 660
  • — — to Institution of Naval Architects, by
  • Lord Stonehaven, on Position of Shipbuilding Industry, 422
  • — — to Iron and Steel Institute, by Earl of
  • Dudley, on Iron and Steel Industry, 540
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressing Machine, Steam Laundry (D. and J. Tullis, Ltd.), 412*
  • Pressure Die-Casting Process, Applications of, 463*
  • — Distribution in Convergent-Divergent Steam
  • Nozzle, 245, 250*, 283*
  • — Transmitter (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 21
  • — Wind, on Buildings, 280
  • Investigations in Belgium, 498*, 638*
  • Preston, S., the Late, 158
  • Price, G. H. S., on Copper-Nickel-Tungsten Sintered Alloys, 305
  • — of Metals. See MeZaZ-Frice Diagrams
  • Prince, D. C., on European Switchgear Developments, 568
  • “ Princeton,” United States Screw Vessel, 332
  • Printers’ Anti-Setoff Plant (Aeraspray Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 198*
  • Prior Burners, Ltd., Underfeed Stoker, 230* Processing of Coal, Developments in, 660 Producer-Gas Driven, Motor Vessels “ Har- pen I ” and “ Hannover,” 608
  • Generator, Deutz, Motor Tug “ Har- pen I,” 609*
  • Engine. See Engines, Gas
  • Production Engineers, Training of, 273
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — for Cross-Channel Ship, Model Experiments,
  • 465
  • — Marine, for Coastal Vessels, Model Experi
  • ments, Froude Laboratory, 493
  • Design of, 77
  • Effect of Cavitation on Thrust and Torque, 183
  • Ship Vibration from, 495
  • — Screw, Use in United States Navy, 333
  • — Voith-Schneider, Motor Ferry “ Lyming-
  • ton,” 507, 650*
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion ; Engines; Turbines; Propellers; Ship Resistance
  • Protectovent Air Filter, 512*
  • Psychology, Industrial, Course of Lectures on, 76
  • Public Relations Committee, Engineering, Inaugural Luncheon, 42
  • — Works in Kashmir, 694
  • Local, Central Control of, 602
  • Puddled Iron. See Iron
  • Pudsey, F., Jerusalem Water Supply, 575*
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd., Antivibration Pipe Coupling, 396*
  • Pulverised Coal, Ro-Tap Mechanical Sieve for (Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.), 614*
  • Use in Power Stations, 666, 684
  • Pulveriser, Atritor (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 174
  • — Gypsum, Swing-Hammer (British Jeffrey-
  • Diamond, Ltd.), 323*
  • Pumps, Air. See Air Compressors
  • — Centrifugal, Merbein Pumping Station,
  • Victoria, Australia,. 646*
  • — — Spiroglide, Ras-el-Ain Pumping Station, 575*
  • — Circulating, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 315*
  • — Evacuating, Gryt Hydro-Electric Plant,113*
  • — Feed, Turbine-Driven (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 615*
  • Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 316*
  • — Hydraulic, Eight-Cylinder Crankless (R.A.D.
  • Ltd.), 306*. See Erratum, 338
  • Pumping Station, Abbey Mills, Diesel-Engine Installation, 460*
  • Merbein, Victoria, Australia, 646*
  • Ras-el-Ain, Jerusalem Water Supply, 575*
  • River Trent Catchment Board, 132
  • — System, Wellpoint, for Excavation
  • Drainage (Millars' Machinery Co., Ltd.), 559*
  • Punch and Stripper Plate for Jig Borer, 105*
  • Purcell, C. H., San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*, 697*
  • Purification of Sewage. See Sewage
  • — of Water. See WaZer
  • Pyrometer, Optical, Colour-Temperature, 603
  • — Recording, High-Speed (Foster Instrument Co., Ltd.), 44*
  • QUEEN MARY College, London, Course in High-Voltage Technology for Teachers, 207
  • Quicksilver. See Mercury and Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Quinney, H., 10-ton Autographic Testing Machine, 309*, 326* ; on Tensile Tests of Light Alloys, 530*
  • R.A.D., LTD., Eight-Cylinder Crankless Hydraulic Pump, 306*. See Erratum, 338
  • Radiation, Flame, in Gas Engines, Loss due to, 4
  • Radiation, Ltd., Radiation Tester for Domestic Boilers, 717*
  • Radiator, Room-Heating, Thermostatic Valve for, 430*
  • — Valve, Thermostatic (British Thermostat
  • Co., Ltd.), 430*
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless Radiotelephony. See Telephony, Wireless Rae, Prof. R., on Pneumatic-Tyred Farm Carts and other Equipment, 648
  • Rails, Impact Stresses in, Investigations on, 505. See LETTER, 592
  • — Road Tank Trailers for Edible Oils, 395*
  • — Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • '— Transport in Great Britain, Economics of (Review), 604
  • — Welded, Expansion and Contraction of, 619
  • — Welding Equipment (Sperry Products, Inc.),
  • 617*
  • Plant, Portable, London Passenger Transport Board, 145*
  • Railcars. See Carriages, Railway
  • Railroad, Delaware and Hudson, Sperry Rail- Welding Equipment, 617*
  • — Pennsylvania, Heat Balances for Locomo
  • tive Boilers, 671
  • — See also Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Argentine, 100-h.p. Oil-Engined Railcars
  • with Mechanical Transmission, 673*
  • — Bombay, Baroda and Central India, All
  • Welded Footbridge, 434*
  • — Bridge. See Bridge
  • — Buenos Ayres Great Southern and Western,
  • 100-h.p. Railcars with Mechanical Transmission, 673*
  • — —- Aires and' Pacific, 240-h.p. Diesel-
  • Engined Railcar, 10*, 33*
  •  ? ?— Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Ceylon Government, Diesel-Electric Trains,
  • 205*
  • —- Club, Model, Exhibition, 518
  • — Crossings, Traffic Protection at, 25
  • — Defence against Air Attacks on, 359
  • — Electrification Schemes, British, 156
  • — German State, Humboldt-Deutz Direct-
  • Drive Diesel Locomotive, 251*
  • — Great Northern of Ireland, Diesel-Driven
  • Railcars, 385*
  • Western, 4-6-0 Type Mixed-Traffic Locomotive, 189*
  • — Iraq State, Annual Report, 506
  • — Italian State, 900-h.p. Electric Streamline
  • Train, 89*
  • — Locomotive. See Locomofire
  • —- London Midland and Scottish, Wirral Line Electrification, 295*. See Addendum-, 386 ; Diesel-Driven Articulated Three-Car Train, 349*; Wagons for Edible-Oil Tank Trailers, 395* ; Accident at Crewe, Report, 416 ; Permanent-Way Alignment on, 450 ; Test Methods for Locomotive Boilers, 671 and North Eastern, Report on Melton Constable Accident, 48 ; Newcastle-upon- Tyne to South Shields Electrification, 303
  • — Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • — New South Wales Government, 660-h.p.
  • Diesel-Engined Trains, 121*
  • Zealand Government, Annual Report,i303
  • — Paris-Orl^ans-Midi, Compound Locomo
  • tives on, 389
  • — Passenger Travel, Amenities of, 449
  • — Returns, British, 1937, Report, 374
  • — Bolling Stock. See Carriages ; Locomotives ;
  • Wagons
  • — Southern, Motor-Car Traffic Handling at
  • Dover, 139*, 225*, 289*; Motor Ferry “ Lymington,” with Voith-Schneider Propellers, 507, 650* ; Weed-Spraying Train, 634
  • — Swiss Federal, 8,400-kW Electric Loco
  • motive, 719
  • — Train Brake. See Brake
  • — Transport, Defence against Air Attack of,
  • 359
  • Facilities in London Area, Problems of, 68
  • in Great Britain, Economics of (Review), 604
  • — Tube. See Underground
  • — Wagons. See Wagons
  • — Welding Practice, Modern (Review), 141
  • — Wirral!, Cheshire, Electrification of, 295*.
  • See Addendum, 386
  • — See also Railroads and PARAGRAPH INDEX Rainfall in New England, March, 1936, 700
  • — and Soil Erosion in India, 711 Ram, G. S., the Late, 624 Ramet Carbide Tools, 430, 516
  • Rand Mines, Temperature and Humidity Control in, 600
  • Rangefinder, 12-ft. Base, on Anti-Vibration Mounting (Barr and Stroud, Ltd.), 571*
  • Rankin Lecture on the Mobilisation of Knowledge, 627
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Machinery and Sluices for Kut Barrage, 620*
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd., Chute- Type Magnetic Separator, 231* ; Lifting Magnet, 232*
  • Ras-el-Ain Pumping Station and Purification Plant, 575*
  • Ratcliff, H. A., the Late, 529
  • Rawlplug Co., Ltd., Kango Electric Hammer, 199*
  • Rays, Electric. See Cathode; Rdntgen
  • Reading University, Tests of Pneumatic-Tyred Farm Vehicles, 648
  • Reclamation of Tidal Lands, 273
  • Recorder, Carbon-Dioxide (G. Kent, Ltd.), 58*
  • — Concentration, and. Controller (Negretti &
  • Zambra), 45*
  • — and Controller, Temperature and Humidity
  • (Short and Mason, Ltd.), 60*
  • — Duplex Cycle, for Twin Tyre Press (Drayton
  • Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.), 611*
  • — Operation (Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd.),
  • 59*
  • Recording Apparatus for Torsional Damping, 119*
  • — Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
  • Rectifier, Selenium (Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd.), 87
  • — Wirral Railway Substations, 296* Reduction Gears. See Gears ; Marine Propulsion
  • Reed-Prentice Corporation, Zinc-Alloy Die- Casting Machine, 249*
  • Rees, W. J., on Chrome Refractories for Use in Basic Open-Hearth Furnace, 720
  • Refining Plant, Bramlev, for Used Lubricating Oil, 528*
  • Refractories, Chrome, Use in Basic Open- Hearth Furnaces, 720
  • — Materials. See also Firebricks ; Fireclays
  • — Research Association, British, Report on
  • Chrome Refractories in Basic Open-Hearth Furnace, 720
  • — Steelworks, 541, 612
  • — Structure and Properties of, 451
  • — X-Ray Survey of, 52
  • Refractoriness-under-Load of Chrome-Magnesite Bricks, 52
  • Refrigerating Engineering and Disorderly Molecules, 501, 576. See Errata, 535
  • — Systems for Deep Mines, 601
  • Refrigeration Engineering (Review), 275 Refrigerators, Domestic (General Electric Co.,
  • Ltd.), 171, 548*
  • 3 • 4-cub. ft. Electric (International Refrigerator Co., Ltd.), 176*
  • — Electric, Wembley Factory for, Coldair, Ltd., 548*
  • Refuse, House, Garbage-Grinding Plants for, 81*
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace Regulator, Power-Factor (Londex, Ltd.), 86*
  • Reheater for Triple-Expansion Marine Engine, 427*, 453
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
  • Reinecke, E., the Late, 564
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete Relay, Light, Chilowski (Venner Time Switches, Ltd.), 46
  • — Over-Current (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 173*
  • — Voltage-Regulating, Astatic (Ferranti, Ltd.),
  • 45*
  • Relf, E. F., on Research on Aerodynamics of Aircraft-, 364. See 332
  • Remuneration of Labour. See Labour Repeated Stresses. See Alternating Stress and
  • Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Annual, Aeronautical Research Committee, 599
  • - Air Registration Board, 684
  • British Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 273
  • — — British Electrical and Allied Manufac
  • turers’ Association, 352
  • — — Central Electricity Board, 360
  • Chamber of Shipping, 458
  • Forest Products Research Board, 136
  • — — Headmasters’ Employment Committee,
  • 602
  • Imperial Institute, South Kensington, 303
  • Iraq State Railways, 506
  • Materials and their Testing, Joint Committee on, 629
  • New Zealand Government Railways, 303
  • Road Research Board, 272
  • Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, 626
  • Science Museum, 600
  • — -— Scientific and Industrial Research De
  • partment, 154
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, 361
  • United States Bureau of Standards, 418
  • United States National Museum, 267
  • Water-Pollution Research Board, 712
  • — Board of Trade, Boiler-Explosion Inquiries,
  • 8, 608
  • — British Railway Returns, 1937, 374
  • — Canadian Mineral Industry in 1936, 195
  • — on Carbide Tools, Institution of Mechanical
  • Engineers, 424, 430*, 516*
  • — Civil Aviation, Government Committee’s, 302
  • — Crewe Railway Accident, 416
  • — Diesel-Engine Progress in 1937, 450
  • — Electricity Commissioners’, Engineering and
  • Financial Statistics, 448
  • Supply in Northern Ireland, 690
  • — Estuary of River Mersey, Effect of Sewage
  • Discharge, 684
  • — Fire Risks at Generating Stations, 390
  • — Floods in New England, 1936, 700
  • — High-Alumina Cements in Structural Engin
  • eering, 101
  • — Highway Development Survey, 1937, 567,
  • 593*, 620*
  • — Institution of Civil Engineers’ Research
  • Committee, 478
  • — Location of Salt-Water Leaks in Water Wells, 224
  • — London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee, 1936-37, 68
  • — McGowan Committee, on Electric Power Supply, 593
  • — Melton Constable Railway Accident, 48
  • — Michigan Highway Conference, 24
  • — Midland Coke-Research Committee, 414
  • — Mineral Deposits in Teesdale and Weardale, 43
  • — Motor Roads in Germany, 127
  • Vehicles Licensed, 128
  • — Oil from Coal, Imperial Defence Committee’s, 211
  • Report, Pneumatic-Tyred Carts and other Equipment, 648
  • — Qualifications of Marine Engineers, 15, 686
  • — Railway Accident at Crewe, 416
  • Accident at Melton Constable, 48
  • — Roadside Development, 589
  • — Rolling Mills, Application of Time Study to,
  • 577, 587
  • — Sampling of Coal and Size-Weight-Ratio
  • Theory, 242
  • — Scottish Development Council, " Oil from
  • Coal ” Committee, 96. See LETTERS, 146, 178
  • — Weed Control on Roadsides, 108
  • —- Welding of Steel Structures, 419
  • — World Power Conference, for 1937, 478
  • — See also Board of Trade
  • Research, Aerodynamic, on Aircraft, 331. See LETTER, 364
  • — Association, British Electrical and Allied
  • Industries, Luncheon, 185
  • British Launderers’, Exhibits at International Laundry Exhibition, 442
  • — — British Refractories, Report on Chrome
  • Refractories in Basic Open-Hearth Furnace, 720
  • - Board Building, Acoustical Strain Gauge,
  • 603
  • - — Forest Products, Annual Report, 136 Road, Annual Report, 272
  • Safety in Mines, Metallurgical Examination of Colliery Haulage Drawgear, by Prof. J. H. Andrew, R. Jeffrey and W. A. Johnson, 163
  • United States Highway, Report on Roadside Development, 589
  • Water Pollution, Report on Estuary of River Mersey and Sewage Discharge, 684 ; Annual Report, 712
  • — Cast-Iron, and Gas Industry. 689
  • — Committee, Aeronautical, Annual Report,
  • 599
  • Coke, Midland, Report, 414
  • — — Institution of Civil Engineers’, Report,
  • 478
  • Steel Structures, Report on Welding of Steel Structures, 419
  • — Council, Iron and Steel Industrial, Report on
  • Open-Hearth Furnace Data, 541; Report on Application of Time Study to Rolling Mills, 577. See 587
  • — Cutting Tools, Report on Carbide Tools,
  • 424, 430*, 516*
  • — Department, Scientific and Industrial,
  • Annual Report, 154
  • Woolwich, Investigation of Effect of Copper on Alloy Steels, 692*
  • — Electrical, by Central Electricitv Board,
  • 360
  • — Flood Control, in United States, 446
  • — German Aeronautical, Yearbook of (Review),
  • 687
  • — Group, Architectural, Modern, Exhibition of
  • Architecture, 69
  • — and Industrial Development, 154
  • — Laboratory, Forest Products, Exhibits at
  • Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 714
  • — Organisation in Works, 243
  • — Station, Building, Exhibits at Institution of
  • Civil Engineers’ Conversazione
  • Post Office, Investigation on Corrosion of Galvanised Iron Wire, 645
  • — See also National Physical Laboratory
  • Reservoirs, irrigation, in Ceylon, 432
  • — Jerusalem Water Supply, 575*
  • — Rftg Hvdro-Electric Scheme, North Wales,
  • 485*
  • — Storage (Review), 142
  • Resin, Synthetic, Moulding Materials, Specification, 474
  • Resistance, Air. See Air and Aeronautics
  • — Electric. See Electric
  • — of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Retorts for Manufacture of Open-Fire Coke, 689
  • Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Rex Triturator for Sewage Screenings (Chain Belt Co.), 266*
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., Pamphlet on Standardisation of British Circuit Breakers, 545 ; High-Speed Air Gap, 592
  • Rheinmetall-Borsig, A.-G., Twin-Cylinder Vertical Ammonia Compressor, 380*
  • Richards, C. E., on Corrosion of Galvanised Iron Wire, 645
  • Richards, F. B., on Carbonisation and Plant Design, 688
  • Richmond, United States, 12th Street Power Station Modernisation, 126
  • Rigid Airships. See Airships under Aeronautics
  • Riley Stoker Co., Ltd., Underfeed Mechanical Stoker, 168*
  • Rings, Joint, Rubber, for Gas Mains, Specification, 446
  • — Piston. See Piston Rings
  • — Steel, Drilled and Undrilled, Tests of, 443* River Chenango, United States, Flood’ Control Investigations on, 446
  • — Colorado, Boulder-Dam Outlet Works and
  • Valves, 5*, 27*
  • — Euphrates and Tigris, Regime of (Review),
  • 604
  • — Flow Hydraulics of, 30, 83*. See Erratwm,
  • 122
  • — Hudson, New York, Lincoln Vehicular
  • Tunnel under, 375*, 435*
  • — Irrawaddi, Flow Hydraulics of, 84. See
  • Krratwjn, 122
  • — Mersey, Estuary of, Effect of Sewage Dis
  • charge in, 684
  • — Mississippi. Flow Hydraulics of, 84*. See
  • Erratim, 122
  • — New England, Floods in, 700
  • — Tees, Investigations of Water-Pollution
  • Research Board, 712
  • — Thames, Abnormal Tides in, 561*
  • Barrage Scheme, Inquiry Abandoned, 361
  • — Tigris, Kut Barrage on,- 619*
  • — Trent Catchment Board, Engineering
  • Problems of, 131*
  • — Tugboats, Shallow-Draught, Power of, 103 Riveter, Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • Ro-Tap Mechanical Sieve for Pulverised Coal, 614*
  • Road, Concrete, 9-ft. Forming Machine for (Marshall, Sons and Co. (Successors), Ltd.), 62*
  • — Conference, Michigan, Report, 24
  • — Congress, International, The Hague, Pro
  • gramme, 17
  • — Construction, Bitumen-Macadam for Sur
  • face, 97
  • Portable Asphalt Plant for (Standard Steel Works), 719*
  • Use of Weather Forecasts during, 26
  • Work, British, 479
  • — Delegation, German, Final Report on Visit
  • of Inspection. 127
  • — Intersections, Traffic Conditions at, 25
  • — London Area, Highway Development Sur
  • vey, 1937, 567, 593*, 620*
  • — Motor, in Germany, 127
  • — Planning, Construction and Illumination,
  • 272
  • — Rail Tank Trailers for Edible Oils, 395*
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 272
  • — Roller, Surface-Levelling Attachment (Mar
  • shall, Sons and Co. (Successors), Ltd.), 364*
  • — Snow and Ice Removal on, 26
  • — Surfaces, Bitumen-Macadam for, 97
  • and Safety, Demonstration of, 97
  • — Transport, Army, Organisation, 470
  • Defence against Air Attack of, 359
  • Roadsides, Soil Erosion in, Prevention of, 589
  • — Weed Control on, Report, 108
  • Roberts, J., on Origin of Petroleum, 185
  • Robertson, J., Co., 1,600-ton Hydraulic Lead- Extrusion Press for Cable Covering, 595*. See Addendum,, 652
  • Robertson, W. H. A., and Co., Ltd., 1,600-ton Hydraulic Lead-Extrusion Press for Cable Covering, 595*. See Addendum, 652
  • Robinson, A., on Tilting Open-Hearth Furnace Practice, 668. See 558
  • Rogers, J. S., on Vibrated Concrete, 307
  • Roll-Changing Carriage for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 637*
  • Roller Bearings. See Bearings
  • — for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636*. 696*
  • — Hook, for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214.
  • 253*
  • — Road. See Road Roller
  • — Trains for Emergency Gates, Boulder Dam,
  • 27*
  • Rolling Mills, Application of Time Study to, Report, 577, 587
  • 40-in. Blooming, Guest Keen Baldwins Ltd., 635*, 657, 694*
  • — — 12-in. (D. Stewart and Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • — of Ships. See Ships
  • — Stock Industry, Position and Prospects, 335 Wirral Railway, 296*. See Addendiwn, 386
  • See also Carriages; Locomotives; Wagons Rolls-Royce, Ltd., Factory for Aeroplane Engines, 685
  • Rome, Experimental Tank, Investigations at, 715
  • Romer-Lea Coal Meters, Fulham Power Station, 280*
  • Rontgen-Ray Equipment, Industrial, Portable (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 57*
  • and Structure of Matter (Review), 658 Survey of Refractories, 52
  • Roof Girders, Fire Protection by Moulded Asbestos, 482
  • — Truss, Welded, Steel Ceilings, Ltd.’s Fac
  • tory, 278*
  • Ropes, Wire. See Wire Ropes
  • Rotary Blowers. See Blowers
  • — Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • Rotol Airscrews, Ltd., Magnesium Alloys for Air-Screw Blades, 264. See 70
  • Rotor, 900-kVA Alternator, 113*
  •  ?— Turbo-Alternator, Retaining Rings for (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 103*
  • Rotovac Aluminium Furnace (Nu-Way Heating Plants, Ltd.), 197*
  • Rotterdam Dry Dock Co., Launch of S.S. • ‘ Nieuw Amsterdam,” 525, 549* ; Description of S.S. “Nieuw Amsterdam,” 675*
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
  • — Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition
  • — Army Ordnance Corps, Transport Organisation of, 470

Royal Institution :

  • Salvage of Ex-German Fleet at Scapa, by T. McKenzie, 126
  • Some Scientific Problems of Industry, by Prof. W. L. Bragg, 361, 391, 451
  • Cyclotron and its Applications, by Prof. J. Chadwick, 656
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteorological
  • — School of Engineering, Giza, Experiments
  • on Pipe Bends as Flow Meters, 227*. See LETTER,324
  • of Mines, Training of Metallurgists .at, 378
  • — Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, Annual
  • Report, 626 ; Opening of Shipping Gallery, 686

Royal Society :

  • Volta’s Communications to, 54, 113
  • Conversazione and Exhibition, 602
  • Royal Societv of Arts. See Arts
  • “Royal William,” S.S., 310, 398
  • Rflg Hydro-Electric Scheme, North Wales, 485 Runtact Overhead Power Duct, 233*
  • Rural and Agricultural Districts, Electrification of (Review), 142
  • Russia, Electric Power Development in (Review), 141
  • — Shipbuilding Practice in, 220
  • Russian Scoop-Tube Couplings, 487*
  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., Guidance in Careers for Engineering Apprentices, 704
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 800-li.p. Marine Oil Engine, 159* ; Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 169; Grey-Iron Foundry Lincoln, 622*, 661*
  • SACCHARIMETER (Bellingham and Stanley, Ltd.), 87
  • Safety Lamps, Miners’ Cap ([Concordia Safety Lamp Co]]., Ltd.), 234*
  • — in Mines Research Board, Metallurgical
  • Examination of Colliery Haulage Drawgear, by Prof. J. H. Andrew, R. Jeffrey and W. A. Johnson, 163
  • — Provisions of Factories Act, 1937, 313
  • — Regulations for United States Ships, 715
  • — on Roads, 24
  • and Road Construction, 272
  • — of Young Industrial Workers, 127
  • Saint. See St.
  • Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd., Coating- Thickness Meter, 86*
  • Salt-Water Contamination of Wells, Location of, 224
  • Salvage of Ex-German Fleet at Scapa, 126 Sampling of Coal, Application of Size-Weight-Ratio Theory to, 242
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*, 697*
  • Sand-Conditioning Plant for Mechanised Foundry, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 483*
  • — Mixing Plant, Jarrow Metal Industries,
  • Ltd., 633*. See Addendum, 653
  • — Preparation and Handling Plant, Grey-Iron
  • Foundry, Ruston and Hornsby, 623, 661*
  • Sandemann, W. J., on Distribution and Sale of Gas, 689
  • Sandford, E. J., on Creep of Tin and Tin Alloys, 305
  • Sarjant, Dr. R. J., on Open-Hearth Steel Furnace Design and Control, 557
  • Saunders, Dr. H. L., on Interactions of Gases and Ore in Blast Furnace, 547. See 645
  • Savage, W., on Development of Single-Bucket Excavators, 221*, 253*. See 214
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scaling of Heat-Resisting Steels, Investigations on, 373*
  • Sc^pa, Salvage of Ex-German Fleet at, 126 Schlesinger, Prof. G., on Machine-Tool Tests and Alignments, 104*, 134*, 162*. See 99. See LETTER, 178
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Schuler, L., A.-G., Universal Flanging Machine, 347
  • Schwaiger’s Low-Temperature Viscometer, 46
  • Schweitzer, Prof. P. H., on Spray Penetration in Oil Engines, 688*. See 342*
  • Science and Engineering, Early Links between, 539
  • — Museum, Transatlantic Steam Navigation
  • Exhibition, 333 ; Annual Report, 600
  • Scientific Apparatus Exhibition, Physical Society’s, 19», 43*, 56*, 86*
  • Exhibition, Royal Society Conversazione, 602
  • — Instruments, Glass for, 107
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Problems of Industry, 361, 391, 451
  • — Progress and Abstracting Services, 627
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • “ Scird,” Italian Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, Launch of, 309
  • Scoop-Tube Couplings, Russian, 487* Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • Scottish Development Council, “ Oil from Coal ” Committee’s Report, 96. See LETTERS, 146,178
  • — Museum, Royal, Annual Report, 600;
  • Opening of Shipping Gallery, 686
  • Scraper 3-cub. yd. Digma (Tractor Traders, Ltd.), 234*
  • Screen, Mechanical, Two-Deck (International Combustion, Ltd.), 177*
  • — Rotary, Circulating Water, Thorpe Power
  • Station, Norwich, 315*
  • — Vibratory (Niagara Screens (Great Britain),
  • Ltd.), 168
  • Screw-Down Gear for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 637*
  • — Grub, Specification, 564
  • — Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
  • — Tappet-Adjusting (Automotive Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.), 202
  • Screwdriver, High-Frequency Electric (J. Lucas, Ltd.), 199*
  • Scrivener, A., Ltd., Self-Contained Centreless
  • Grinding Machines, 49* Sea-Kindliness in Ships, 537 Seaplanes. See Aeronautics Seibert, Commdr. E. C., on Composite Concrete and Timber Blocking for Dry Docks, 50 Semi-Portable Engine. See Engine Sempill, Lord, on Developments in Aeronautical Engineering, 716
  • Sensitive Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools Separator, Magnetic, Chute-Type (Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd.), 231*
  • Seppings, Sir R., Method of Ship Construction, 311
  • Service Aviation. See Aeronautics Service, T. M., on Acid Steelmaking, 558 Sewage Discharge in River Mersey, Effect of, 684
  • — and Food Wastes, Dual Disposal of, 81*
  • — Screenings, Rex Triturator for (Chain Belt
  • Co.), 266*
  • — Treatment by Activated-Sludge Process,
  • Investigations, 712
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Sewers, Theory, Design, Specification and Construction (Review), 141
  • — Trench, Wellpoint Pumping System for,
  • 560*
  • Shaft Coupling. See Coupling
  • — Crank. See Crankshaft
  • — and Holes, Fitting of. See Gauging
  • — Ventilation, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel,
  • New York, 377*, 435*
  • Shanghai Power Co., Electricity Supply in
  • Shanghai during Hostilities, 562* Shaping Machine. See Machine Tools Sharp, G. G., on Fire Control in Passenger Vessels, 104
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools Shears for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 695*
  • Shears Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Sheets and Strip, Nickel-Silver, Specification, 718
  • Sheeting, Steel, Dovetail, Lewis, Steel Ceilings, Ltd., 278*
  • Shelter. Air-Raid, Emergency Exits for, 324
  • “ Shepperton Ferry,” S.S., 141
  • Shield. Construction, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New York, 377*
  • Ship Canal. See Canal
  • — Cargo Spaces, Prevention of Condensation
  • in, 127
  • — Coastal, Model Experiments on, 493
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 43
  • — Cross-Channel, Resistance in Smooth and
  • Rough Water, 465
  • —? Design and Sea-Kindliness, 537
  • — Diesel-Engined. See Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propul
  • sion
  • — Fire Protection for, 715
  • — Interiors. Design and Construction of, 104
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 161
  • T.onnphincr gpp T.n'UVf'bvna
  • — Manoeuvring of, Effects of Type of Machinery
  • on, 50
  • — Model Experiments. See Tank Experiments
  • and Ship Resistance
  • — Motor. See Motorships; Marine Propul
  • sion
  • — Passenger, Fire Control in, 104
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — and Propelling Machinery, Vibration in, 77
  • — Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers
  • — Resistance of Coastal Vessels, Model Experi
  • ments, Froude Laboratory, 493
  • in Smooth and Rough Water, Model Experiments, 465
  • — Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — United States, Safety Regulations for, 715
  • — Vibration in, Causes and Prevention of, 495
  • — See also Marine ; Motorships ; Shipping ;
  • Steamers; Warships and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast, Institution of. See North-East Coast
  • in Scotland, Institution of. See Engineers Shipbuilding, Alloys Employed in, 104
  • — Design and Construction of Ship Interiors,
  • 104
  • — Early Transatlantic Steamers, 311
  • — Employers’ Federation, Annual Review, 17
  • — and Engineering ? Production Indices, 3
  • — Industry in 1937, 17, 122
  • Position and Prospects, 391, 422
  • — Launch of S.S. “ Nieuw Amsterdam1,'” 525,
  • 549*
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — Oil Tanker Construction and Structural
  • Stress, 494
  • — Practice Abroad, 220
  • — Trends in, 714
  • — United States Coast-Guard Cutters, 50
  • — Use of Aluminium in, 525
  • — Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Sta
  • tistics, 43
  • — — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 161
  • — See also Steamers ; Naval; Warships and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipping and Aircraft, British Corporation Register of, Register Book, 182 ; Annual Report, 273
  • — Chamber of, Presidential Address, by W. A.
  • Souter, on Shipping as a National Asset, 457
  • — Gallery, Royal Scottish Museum, Opening
  • of, 686
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 391, 457 Shock Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Shop Management. See Works Management
  • Short Brothers (Rochester and Bedford), Ltd., Mayo Composite Aircraft, 155
  • Short and Mason, Ltd., Temperature and Humidity Recorder and Controller, 60*
  • Shorter-Sykes Gear-Hardening Machine, 590*. See Addendum, 624
  • Shot-Blast Machine, Grey-Iron Foundry/ Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 661*
  • Shovel, f-cub. yd. Hi-Lift (Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd.), 168*
  • — with Revolving Head, Electrically-Driven
  • (Bleichert Transportanlagen G.m.b.H.), 382*
  • — Loading (R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd.), 234
  • — See also Excavator
  • Show. See Exhibition
  • Shutter, Roller, for Louvre, Ventilation Buildings, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, 437*
  • Sidcup, Klingerit Works, R. Klinger, Ltd., 489* Siemens-Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces Siemens-Schuckertwerke, Electrical Equipment, 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating Crane, 75*, 128*
  • Sieve, Mechanical, Ro-Tap, for Pulverised Coal (Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.), 614*
  • Sifting Machine, Circular-Motion (Sprout, Waldron and Co., Inc.), 607*
  • Silencer-Economiser, Gycentric (Clarkson Thimble Tube Boiler Co., Ltd.), 170
  • Silent-bloc, Ltd., Anti-Vibration Mounting for Generator Set, 676
  • Silica Bricks. See Firebricks
  • — Structure and Properties of, 451 Silt-Extractor Chute, Grey-Iron Foundry,
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 662*
  • Simon-Carves, Ltd., Boilers for Barton Power Station, 531
  • Simplex Dry-Cleaning Plant for Laundries, 496
  • Sinclair, H., on Problems in Transmission of Power by Fluid Couplings, 487*, 551*, 663*. See 481
  • Singapore, British Naval Base, Graving Dock at, 158*
  • Sinuflow Induced-Draught Eoiler, 410
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, Lectures in Chemical Engineering, 207
  • “ Sirius,” S.S., 310, 398
  • Skidding on Road Surfaces, Demonstration, 97 Skin Friction. See Air Resistance; Aeronautics; Friction; Hydrodynamics; Ship Resistance
  • Slag. See Metallurgy
  • Slings, Chain, Wrought-Iron, Specification, 504 Sloane, R. G., on Addition Agents for Motor Oils, 477
  • Sludge. See Sewage
  • Sluices, Control Apparatus for, 714 Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on Centenary of Transatlantic Steam Navigation, 310, 398. See 333
  • Smith, Sir F., on Disorderly Molecules and Refrigerating Engineering, 501, 576. See Errata, 535
  • Smith, H. C., on Policy and Problems of Gas Industry, 660
  • Smith, Commdr. L. P., on Cavitation on Marine Propellers, 183
  • Smith’s Dock Co., Ltd., Diesel-Electric Ship “ Patricia,” 144*
  • Smithells, Dr. C. J., on Copper-Nickel-Tungsten Sintered Alloys, 305
  • Smyth, W. A., Articulated Diesel-Electric Trains, 205*
  • Snodgrass, C. S., on Cracking of Fischer-Tropsch Spirit, 236*
  • Snow and Ice Removal on Roads, 26
  • — Loading Machine (Joy Manufacturing Co.),
  • 51*
  • Soaking Pits for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 635 Societa Anonima Italiana Ferrobeton, Maritime Station, Naples, 179*
  • — Italiana Ernesto Breda, 900-h.p. Electric
  • Streamline Train, 89*
  • Socidtd Genevoise d’lnstruments de Physique, Jig-Boring Machine, 105*
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. See Motor
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • — Trade. See Labour; Labour Notes Socket, Articulation, for Diesel-Railcar, 3'85* Sodium-Carbonate Process for Metal Refining,
  • 108
  • Softener, Water. See Water Softener Soil Erosion in India, Problem of, 711 in Roadsides, Prevention of, 589 Soldered Joints, Strength of, 319 Solent Engineering Co., Ltd., Emergency Exits for Air-Raid Shelter, 324
  • Solex Pneumatic Strip-Measuring Gauge (Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 365*
  • Solids, Application of Elasticity Theory to, 279*
  • Solsnoes, L., on Flanged Pipe Joints for High Pressures and Temperatures, 443*
  • Solvent Recoverers, Ltd., Simplex Dry- Cleaning Plant, 496
  • — Recovery Plant, Adsorber (Sutcliffe, Speak
  • man and Co., Ltd.), 496*
  • Somaini, F., Volta Temple at Como, 1*, 53* Somers, W., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 234
  • Sound-Level Meter (C. Lyons, Ltd.), 60*
  • — Text-Book on (Review), 686
  • Souter, W. A., on Shipping as a National Asset, 457
  • South Africa, Holfontein Mines, High-Tension Stator-Reversing Switch for 1,100-h.p. Motor, 342*
  • Tunnel Kilns for Firebricks, 720
  • — African Mines, Temperature and Humidity
  • Control in, 600
  • — Kensington, Imperial Institute, Annual
  • Report, 303
  • Science Museum, Transatlantic Steam Navigation Exhibition, 333; Annual Report, 600
  • — West, Notes from, 12, 38, 64, 93, 122, 151,
  • 180, 209, 238, 269, 299, 329, 356, 386, 417, 447, 474, 503, 535, 564, 597, 625, 653, 681, 708. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Yorkshire, Notes from, 12, 39, 65, 92, 122,
  • 151, 181, 209, 239, 269, 298, 329, 356, 386, 417, 446, 475, 503, 535, 565, 597, 625, 653, 681, 709. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Southern Railway, Motor-Car Traffic Handling at Dover, 139*, 225*, 289* ; Motor Ferry “ Lymington,” with Voith-Schneider Propellers, 507, 650* ; Weed-Spraying Train, 634
  • Spain, Shipbuilding Practice in, 220 Spark Tester for Cable Insulation, 352* Specifications, Standard. See standards ; Standardisation
  • Spectrographs, Micrometer for (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 58*
  • Spectrophotometer (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 58 Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears; Marine Propulsion
  • — Reduction Gears. See Gears ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Regulation. See also Governing
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Sperry Products, Inc., Rail-Welding Equipment, 617*
  • Spills for Irrigation Reservoirs in Ceylon, 432 Spinning Machines for Cables, San Francisco- Oakland Bay Bridge, 585*
  • Spirit, Fischer-Tropsch, Cracking Plant for, 235*
  • Spiroglide Horizontal Centrifugal Pumps, 575*
  • Spondon, Derbyshire, Steel Road Bridge, 664* Spray Penetration, Mehlig’s Theory on, 688*. See 342*
  • in Oil Engines, 342-*, 688*
  • Springing of Railway Carriages, Effect on Running, 449
  • Sprout, Waldron and Co., Inc., Circular-Motion Sifting Machine, 607*
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears Spyer, A., the Late, 34 St. Louis Sewage Works, Garbage-Grinding Plant, 82*
  • Stability of Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • — of Ships. See Ships
  • Stacking Machines, Collapsible (Economy Engineering Co.), 605*
  • Hydraulic (J. Collis and Sons, Ltd.), 701* Staffordshire, Iron and Steel Industry in, 540 Stal, Messrs., 1,600-ton Hydraulic Lead- Extrusion Press for Cable Covering, 595*. See Addendum, 652
  • Stammers, R., on Magnesium Alloys for AirScrew Blades, 264. See 70
  • Stamp, Sir J., on the Mobilisation of Knowledge. 627
  • Stamping Presses. See Machine Tools Stanchions. See Columns
  • Standards Institution, British, Specification, Vertical Cylindrical Multitubular Boilers, 196; Report on Sampling of Coal, by Dr. E. S. Gruineli, 242; Specification, Automatic Switches for Emergency Lighting Systems, 387 ; Specification, Domestic Hot-Water Boilers, 423; Specification, Rubber Joint Rings for Gas Mains, 446 ; Specification, Steel Flanged Joints for Hydraulic Pipe Lines, 447 ; Specification, Synthetic-Resin Moulding Materials, 474 ; Specification, Wrought-Iron Chain Slings, 504 ; Specification, Bafflers for Gas Appliances, 510; Specifications, Circuit Breakers, 545; Specification, Grub Screws, 564 ; Draft Specification, Cast-Iron Surface Plates and Marking-Off Tables, 580 ; Specification, Internal-Combustion Engines of Carburettor Type, 596; Specification, Metallic Resistance Materials, 596 ; Specification, Gate-End Boxes, 597 ; Specification, Wrought-Iron and Steel Tubes, 676 ; Specification, Mild-Steel Dustbins, 677; Specification, Copper Conductors for Use in Mines, 681; Specification, Central- Heating Boilers, 708; Specification, Switchboard Markings, 709 ; Annual Luncheon, 713; Specification, Wrought-Iron Bars, 717; Specification, Nickel-Silver Sheets and Strip, 718
  • Standard Steel Works, Portable Asphalt Plant for Road Making, 719*
  • Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., Selenium Rectifier, 87; Control System for Electricity Distribution Network, 592
  • — U.S. Bureau of. See United States Standardisation Association, Belgian, Wind-
  • Pressure -Investigations, 498*, 638*
  • Stanier, W. A., Diesel-Driven Articulated Three-Car Train, 349*
  • State Railways. See Railways Statics, Engineering (Review), 571 Station, Maritime, Naples, 179* —- Power. See Potver Stations
  • — Wirral Railway, Reconstruction of, 295 Statistics, Trade. See Trade
  • Stator, 900-kVA Alternator, 113*
  • Status of Engineer, Committee on, 239, 416, 569 Staveley Coal and iron Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 202
  • Steam Boats.' See Steamers
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Condensation. See Condensation
  • — Distributor (Hopkinson, Ltd.), 718*
  • — Engines. See Engines
  • — Flow through Nozzles. See Nozzles
  • — High-Pressure and Temperature, Use in
  • Power Stations, 666, 683
  • Pressure and High-Temperature, Use in Ships, 35
  • Pressure and Temperature, in United States Power Stations, 125
  • — and Hydrogen, Influence on Interactions in
  • Blast Furnace, 547, 645
  • — Jet Velocity from Turbine Guide Blades,
  • 723*
  • — Navigation, Transatlantic, Centenary of,
  • 310, 398. See 333
  • — Pipes, Steel, Weldless, Thorpe Power
  • Station, Norwich, 315
  • — Piping for Electric Power Stations, 666
  • — Plant, Safety Provisions for, 314
  • — Separator. See Separator
  • — Superheater. See Superheater ; Superheated
  • — Trap, Bellows (British Thermostat Co.,
  • Ltd.), 201*
  • — — Inverted-Bucket (British Thermostat
  • Co., Ltd.), 202*
  • — Trawlers “ Brontes ” and “ Kingston
  • Cornelian,” Explosion of Liver-Boiling Vessels, 8
  • “ Lord Beaconsfield ” and “ Great Admiral,” Accidents with Liver-Boiling Vessels, 608
  • — Turbines. See 2'ar6ines
  • Steamer “ Catherine,” Fireproof Construction in, 104
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 43
  • — Cross-Channel, for Motor Cars, 139*, 289*
  • — Early Transatlantic, 310, 398
  • — Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • — Geared Turbines for. See Marine Propul
  • sion
  • — “ Kavak,” Explosion of Boiler Circulator,
  • 608
  • — “ Lancaster Castle,” “ Lowther Castle ”
  • and “ Conakrian,” Reheater, TripleExpansion Engines, 427*, 453
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 161
  • — Launching of. See also Launc/iing
  • — “ Newton Elm,” Failure of Boiler-Tube
  • Stopper, 608
  • — “ Nieuw Amsterdam,” Launch of, 525,
  • 549* ; Description of, 675*
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers
  • — Resistance of. See Ship Resistance
  • — Rolling of. See Ships
  • — Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — Stability of. See Ships
  • — “ Windsor Castle,” Re-Conditioning of, 63*
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships; Turbines; Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Steamships. See Ships; Steamers; Warships
  • Stechschneider G.m.b.H., Light-Weight Band Saw, 345*
  • Steel for All-Welded Bridge, Hasselt, Belgium, 670*
  • — Alloy, Effect of Copper on, 692*
  • — for Ball and Roller Bearings, 311
  • —- Boiler, Embrittlement of, Investigations on 598
  • — Buildings, Wind Stresses in, 280
  • — Case-Hardening of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — Ceilings, Ltd., Welded Factory Building, 278*
  • — Chromium, Effect of Chromium and Carbon
  • on Expansion, 578*
  • — for Colliery Haulage Drawgear, Examination of, 163
  • Steel Corrosion. See Corrosion.
  • — Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress and
  • Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • — Framed Aeroplane Hangar, Bellman (Head,
  • Wrightson and Co., Ltd.), 515*. See Erratum, 530
  • — Buildings, Empire Exhibition, Glasgow,
  • 508*
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat-Resisting, Investigations on, 372*,455* Treatment of. See Heat Treatment under
  • Metallurgy
  • — Industry, Early History of, 637
  • — Manufacture. See Furnaces ; Iron and Steel
  • Institute; Metallurgy
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs;
  • Metallography
  • — Mild, Acid Attack of, Influence of Composition and Treatment, 630
  • — — Rapidly-Cooled, Martensite Grains in,
  • 630,
  • — Oxygen in, Determination of, 631
  • — Plates, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Production and Consumption Statistics, 3
  • — Rails. See Rails; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Ropes. See Wire Ropes
  • — Sheeting, Dovetail, Lewis, Steel Ceilings,
  • Ltd., 278*
  • — Stress Distribution in. See Stress; Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Structures, Fire Protection by Moulded
  • Asbestos, 482
  • and Properties of, 361
  • Research Committee, Report on Welding of Steel Structures, 419
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • —? Used in San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 492, 698
  • in Shipbuilding, 715
  • — for the User (Review), 603
  • — Works. See Works
  • Steelweld Machinery Co., All-Welded Bulldozer, 339*
  • Steelworks Refractories, 541, 612
  • — Structural. See Structural, Structure Steelcon (Industrial Floors), Ltd., Steel Plates
  • for Floors, 202
  • Stephenson, A., on Training of Unskilled Labour, 347
  • Stevens, Col. J. , Centenary of, 273 Stevenson, D. A., the Late, 445 Stevensons, Ltd., Ash-Handling Plant, Thorpe Power Station, 260*
  • Stewart, D., and Co., Ltd., 12-in. Rolling Mill, 573* ; Air-Hydraulic Accumulator, 573*
  • Stewart, J. E., the Late, 89
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 171
  • Stirling Boiler Co., Ltd., Boilers for Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 258*
  • Stokers, Mechanical, Chain-Grate, Barton Power Station, 533
  • — — Chain-Grate, Thorpe Power Station, Nor
  • wich, 259*
  • — — Chain-Grate Type (Babcock and Wilcox,
  • Ltd.), 170*
  • Underfeed (Prior Burners, Ltd.), 230* Underfeed (Riley Stoker Co., Ltd.), 168*
  • — — Use in Ships, 37
  • Stonehaven, Lord, on Shipbuilding Industry, 422
  • Stop Valves. See Valves
  • Storage-Battery Vehicle. See Motor Vehicles ;
  • Motor Truck.,
  • —-Reservoirs (Review), 142
  • Stott, V. H., on Gas-Tight Sintered Alumina Ware, 52
  • Strain Gauge, Acoustical, for Building Structures, 603
  • — See also Stress
  • Strainer, Water, Rotary (Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.), 615*
  • Straits Steamship Co., 800-h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 159*
  • Stranding Machine for Electric Cables, Aber- dare Cables, Ltd., 511*
  • Streams, Flow Hydraulics of, 30, 83*. See Erratum, 122
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Impact, in Freely-Supported Beam, 505.
  • See LETTER, 592
  • — — in High-Speed' Oil Engines, 403
  • — Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • — in San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 492,
  • 554; 641, 698
  • — in Structural Framework, Chicago Building
  • Code for, 146
  • — Structural, in Oil Tanker under Service
  • Conditions, 494
  • — in Structures, Application of Elasticity
  • Theory to, 279*
  • — in Structures. See also Strain Gauge
  • — Time-Yield, for Heat-Resisting Steels, 455
  • — Wind, in Buildings, 280
  • Street, Dr. A., on Application of Die Casting, 463*
  • — Lighting, Electric, Central Control System
  • for, 592
  • — — Electric, Automatic Control of, 631 Relays for, 46
  • — See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Str.kes. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • Strip-Measuring Gauge, Solex Pneumatic (Burton Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 365*
  • — and Sheets, Nickel-Silver, Specification, 718 Stripper Plate and Punch for Jig Borer (Societe
  • Genevoise), 105*
  • Stroud, Prof. W., the Late, 647
  • Strowger Remote Control Equipment, 592
  • Structural Design of Aeroplanes. See Aeroplanes under Aeronautics
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Report on Use of
  • High-Alumina Cements in Structural Engineering, 101; Annual Dinner, 421
  • Structural Engineering and Architectural Design, 301
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 479 Use of High-Alumina Cements in, 101
  • — Framework, Chicago Building Code for, 146
  • Structural Members, Strain Meters for. See Strain Gauge
  • Structures, Building, Acoustical Strain Gauge for, 603
  • — Elastic, Analysis of, 61
  • — Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete
  • — Steel, Fire Protection by Moulded Asbestos, 482
  • — — Research Committee, Report on Welding
  • of Steel Structures, 419
  • — Stresses in, Application of Elasticity Theory
  • to, 279*
  • — Wind Action on, 280
  • Pressure on, Belgian Investigations, 498*, 638*
  • Struts. See Columns
  • Stuart, Dr. A. H., on Properties and Applications of Graphite, 17*, 71*, 142*, 215*, 260*. See LETTER, 205
  • — Street Power Station, Manchester, Exten
  • sions to, 534
  • Submarine Boats. See Warships
  • Substations, Shanghai, Damage during Hostilities, 562*
  • — Wirral Ra'lway, 295*
  • Sugden, F. E., on Hire-Purchase Law and Electricity Supply Undertakings, 721
  • Sulphuric Acid, Attack of Mild Steel by, 630 Sun-Vic Controls, Ltd., Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 87
  • Superheated Steam, Use in Ships, 35 Superheater Co., Ltd., MeLeSco Superheaters, Barton Power Station, 532
  • — with Attemperator, Thorpe Power Station,
  • Norwich, 259*
  • — Combustion-Chamber Type, for Ships, 429*,
  • 453
  • — MeLeSco, Barton Power Station, 532 Supersaturation and Steam-Turbine Design,
  • 245, 283*
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, Views on Compulsory Wiring Regulations, 185
  • Surface Condensers. See Condensers
  • — Plates, • Cast-Iron, Draft Specification, 580
  • — Temperature of Earth, Effect of Carbon
  • Dioxide Production on, 267
  • Surrey, North, Travelling Facilities in, 68
  • Survey Committee, Water,- Inland, Surface- Water Year Book of Great Britain, 657
  • Suspension Spans, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*
  • — System for Railcar, Buenos Aires and Pacific
  • Railway, 11*
  • Sutcliffe, Speakman and Co., Ltd., Adsorber Solvent Recovery Plant, 496*
  • Svenska Kraftkontoret, Gryt Hydro-Electric Power House, 111*
  • Sweating in Ships, Causes and Prevention of,127 Sweden, Engineering-Trade Statistics, 157, 203, 392
  • — Gryt Hydro-Electric Plant, 111*
  • — Shipbuilding Practice in, 220
  • Swiss Federal Railways, 8,400-kW Electric Locomotive, 719
  • — National Exhibition, Zurich, 1939, 213
  • — See also Switzerland
  • Switchgear, Circuit Breakers, British, Pamphlet. on Standardisation of, 545
  • Breakers, European Designs, 568
  • Breaker, High-Speed Self-Closing, 67
  • Breaker, Marine-Type (Igranic Electric Co., Ltd.), 44
  • — Current Transformer and Range-Selecting
  • Switch (Everett, Edgcumbe &>Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • — Developments, European, 568
  • — for Electric Locomotives, 514
  • — — Power Stations, 667
  • — Gate-End Boxes, Specification, 597
  • — Industrial, Low-Tension (Ferguson, Pailin,
  • Ltd.), 191*
  •  ?— Power Station, Fire Protection for ,390
  • — Rfig Hydro-Electric Scheme, North Wales,
  • 496*
  • — Switches, Automatic, for Emergency Light
  • ing Systems, Specification for, 387
  • High-Tension Stator-Reversing (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 342*
  • Hot-Wire Vacuum (Sun-Vic Controls, Ltd.), 87
  • Magnetically-Operated (Mercury Switch Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 57
  • Pillar Metal-Clad (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 170*
  • Snap-Action, Vapour-Proof (International Technical Developments, Ltd.), 46
  • — Switchboards, Markings for, Specification,
  • 709
  • — 1,000,000-kVA, 6 • 6-kV Thorpe Power
  • Station, Norwich, 450*, 438*
  • — Wirral Railway Substations, 296*
  • Switzerland, Engineering-Trade Statistics, 157, 203, 275, 288
  • — See also Swiss
  • Sykes, W. E., Hardening Gear-Teeth by Oxy- Acetylene Flame, 590*. See Addendum, 624
  • Symonds, P. H., the Late, 648
  • Symons Lecture on Atlantic Flight and its Bearings on Meteorology, 369
  • Symposium on Steelmaking. See Iron and Steel Institute
  • Systems, Shop. See Works Management
  • TAIT, T. S., Tower at Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 508*
  • Tangic Self-Opening Diehead, 2 in., 264*
  • Tanks for Edible-Oil Transport (Enamelled Metal Products Corporation (1933), Ltd.), 395*
  • — Experiments on Coastal Ships, 493
  • Resistance Experiments in Smooth and Rough Water, 465
  • — Experimental, Rome, Investigations at, 715
  • — — Washington, Investigation on Propeller
  • Cavitation, 183
  • See also Ship Resistance
  • — Irrigation in Ceylon, 432
  • Tanks Oil-Quenching, for Roller-Bearing Components, 195*
  • Tapping Machine. See AfacMne Tools
  • Tar, Removal from Town Gas, Whessoe- Woodall-Duckham Plant for, 690
  • Tarpen Engineering Co., Ltd., 400-watt Petrol- Driven Generating Set, 176*; 1-h.p.
  • Single-Cylinder Petrol Engine, 176*
  • Tate, A. E. L., on Aluminium-Magnesium and Silver-Aluminum-Magnesium Alloys, 304
  • Taxation and Motor Industry, 12
  • Taylor, C. S., Electricity Supply in Shanghai During Hostilities, 562*
  • Taylor and Ohallen, Ltd., Notching Press for Chain Wheels, 175* ; Automatic Coining Press, 175*
  • Taylor, Prof. G. I., on Plastic Strain in Metals, 569
  • Taylor, H. W., the Late, 158
  • Taylor, P. P., Jerusalem Water Supply, 575*
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 177
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead-on- Tyne, 417
  • Technical College and Education. See Education
  • — Institutions, Association of, Production
  • Engineering and the Technical Institution, by J. W. Berry, 273
  • — Literature, Need for Abstracts of, 627
  • — Societies. See Institutions and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Teddington ” Thermostat, 201*
  • Tees, River, Investigations of Water-Pollution Research Board, 712
  • Teesdale Iron Works, Thornaby-on-Tees, All- Welded Steel Foundry Building, 676
  • — and Weardale, Mineral Deposits Report, 43 Teeth, Gear.' See Gear
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, Exports of Apparatus, 186
  • — — Field-Strength Measuring Set (Marconi’s
  • Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 88*
  • Ultra-Short Wave Signal Generator, 88
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telephony, Wireless, Exports of Apparatus, 186
  • — — Field-Strength Measuring Set (Marconi’s
  • Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 88*
  • Ultra-Short Wave Signal Generator, 88
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telfer, Dr. E. V., on Sea-Kindliness and Ship
  • Design, 537
  • “ Tembien,” Italian Submarine, Launch of, 561 Temperature and Humidity Control in Deep
  • Mines, 600
  • Recorder and Controller (Short and Mason, Ltd.), 60*
  • — Maxima in Intermittent Heating Cycles,
  • 377*. See LETTER, 414
  • — Measurement. See Pyrometry; Thermo
  • metry
  • Tempomat Time-Control Unit for Electric Welder, 232*. See Erratum, 264
  • Tenders, 12, 38, 64, 92, 122,150, 180, 208, 238, 268, 298, 328, 356, 386, 416, 446, 474, 502, 534, 564, 596, 624, 652, 680, 708
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials) Tensovic, Impregnated Wood Material (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 22
  • Tephigram, Use in Cloud Forecasting, 267 Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Test, Abradability, for Coke, 414
  • — Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • — After-Contraction, for Firebricks, 52
  • — Alignments of Machine Tools, 99, 104*,
  • 134*, 162*. See LETTER, 178
  • — Bramley Refining Plant for Used Lubricat
  • ing Oil, 528
  • — Centrifugal Pump, Merbein Pumping
  • Station, 646*
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Cutting, of Carbide Tools, 516
  • — 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating Crane, 130
  • — Drilled and Undrilled Steel Rings, 443*
  • —- Eight-Cylinder Crankless Hydraulic Pump, 306. See Erratum, 338
  • — 180-h.p. Engines, for Diesel-Electric Trains,
  • 207*
  • — of Exhaust Systems of Two-Stroke Engines,
  • 362, 367*
  • — Ferro-Concrete Linings for Tube-Railway
  • Tunnels, 400*
  • —- Fire, of Wooden Partitions, 487
  • — of Fireproofed Wood, 715
  • — Gryt Hydro-Electric Power Plant. 113*
  • — of Locomotive Boilers, Methods for, 671
  • — Magnetic. See Magnetic

Tests (Materials) :

  • Alternating-Stress Tests, Lead for Water Pipes, 286*
  • Bending Tests, Bicop and Tough-Pitch Coppers, 338
  • Creep Testing Machines for Heat-Resisting Steels, 455*
  • — Tests, Heat-Resisting Steels, 455* Specimens, Voltage Control Device for, 603
  • — — Tin and Tin Alloys, 305 Drop Tests of Welded Rails, 618 Elasticity, Plasticity and Structure of
  • Matter (Review), 393
  • Fatigue of Metals (Review), 543
  • Impact Tests, Notched-Bar, Alloy Steels, 692
  • Magnetic Tests. See Afaynetic Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Strength of Materials, Summer Course at Massachusetts Institute, 356
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile Tests, Alloy Steels, 692* Lead for Water Pipes, 286*
  • —- — Light Alloys, 530*
  • Testing Machine, 10-ton Autographic, National Physical Laboratory, 309*, 326*
  • Time-Yield Values for Heat-Resisting Steels, 455
  • Torsion Tests, Bicop and Tough-Pitch Coppers, 338
  • Concrete Beams, 603
  • Tests, Non-Destructive, for Welds in Steel Structures, 419
  • Tests, Petrol Engine, Use of Colloidal Graphite in, 72*, 142*, 216*. [fee LETTER, 205
  • — Pneumatic-Tyred Farm Vehicles, 648
  • — Producer-Gas Plant, Motor Tug " Harpen I,”
  • 610
  • — Refractoriness-under-Load, Test Pieces for,
  • 52
  • — Short-Circuit, of Electric Generators, 466*
  • — 1,000,000-kVA. 6-6-kV Switchgear, Thorpe
  • Power Station, Norwich, 438*
  • — of Vibrated Concrete, 307
  • — Wear, for Metals, 184
  • Tester, Radiation, for Domestic Boilers (Radiation, Ltd.), 717*
  • Testing Apparatus for Piston Rings (A. J. Amsler and Co.), 718*
  • for Scaling of Heat-Resisting Steels, 373*
  • — Equipment for Electric Meters (Metro
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 173*
  • Spark, for Cable Insulation (Henley’s Telegraph Works Co., Ltd.), 352*
  • — of High-Alumina Cements, 101
  • — Machine, Wear and Lubricant, Avery-
  • Brownsdon (W. and T. Avery, Ltd.), 199*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • — Materials, American Society of, Symposium
  • on Wear of Metals, 184; Addition Agents for Motor Oils, by G. M. Maverick and R. G. Sloane, 477
  • Joint Committee on, Annual Report, 629
  • — Plant, Motor-Car Chassis, Military College
  • of Science, 459
  • — See also Tests (Materials); Trials Text Books. See LITERATURE INDEX Textile-Machinery Industry, Position and
  • Prospects, 287
  • Wear in, 184
  • Thames Barrage Scheme, Inquiry Abandoned, 361
  • — River, Abnormal Tides in, 561*
  • Thau, W. E., on Propellers and Propelling Machinery, 50
  • Thermal Conductivity of Heat-Insulating Materials, 52
  • — Efficiency of British Electric Power Stations,
  • 656
  • — Expansion of Chromium Steels, Investiga
  • tions on, 578*
  • — Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • Thermo-Couple. See Pyrometer Thermodynamics, Technical (Review), 542
  • — Textbook of (Review), 570
  • Thermometer, Resistance, Balanced-Bridge (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 21*
  • — See also Pyrometer
  • Thermostat, Pipe (Negretti and Zambra), 45*
  • — “ Teddington ” (British Thermostat Co.,
  • Ltd.), 201*
  • Thiel, Gebr., G.m.b.H., Punch and> Form Shaping Machine, 118*
  • Thixoviscometer (Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd.),, 86*
  • Thomas, D. F. G., on Rate of Acid Attack on Mild Steel, 630
  • Thompson Engineering and Pipe Co., Centrifugal Pump, Merbein Pumping Station, 646*
  • Thompson, J., Engineering Co., Ltd., Submerged Ash Conveyor, 167*
  • Thomson, Sir J. J., Awarded Kelvin Medal, 243, 539
  • Thornaby-on-Tees, Teesdale Iron Works, All- Welded Steel Foundry Building, 676
  • Thorpe Power Station, Norwich Corporation, 257*, 315*, 405*, 438*
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Thrust of Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
  • Thyratron, Shield-Grid (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd.), 88
  • Tidal Lands, Reclamation of, 273
  • — Waters, Effect of Sewage Discharge in, 684 Tides, Abnormal, in River Thames, 561* Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, Regime of
  • (Review), 604
  • — River, Kut Barrage on, 619*
  • Tileman and Co., Ltd., Ferro-Concrete Chimney, Thorpe Power Station, 257*
  • Tillett’s Cotton Marking Machine Co., Ltd., Laundry Marking Machine, 497
  • Timbers, Empire, Grading Rules for, 551
  • — Research by Forest Products Research
  • Board, 136
  • Time Study, Application to Rolling Mills, Report, 577, 587
  • — Yield Values for Heat-Resisting Steels, 455 Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Coatings on Copper, Porosity of, 319
  • — and Tin Alloys, creep of, Investigations, 305 Plate Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Todd, Dr. F. H., on Resistance and Propeller
  • Experiments with Coaster Models, 493
  • Tolerances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Tomkinson, W., and Son, Ltd., Station Reconstruction, Wirral Railway, 295
  • Tongland Hydro-Electric Station, Memorial to Col. W. McLellan, 303
  • Tools, Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Petrol-Driven, Portable (Ateliers des Char-
  • milles, S.A.), 370*
  • — Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • — Precision, Proposed British Standards for,
  • 580
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear ; Marine Propulsion Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torquay Exhibition, Electrical, 592
  • — Meeting, Incorporated Municipal Electrical
  • Association. See Municipal
  • International Electrotechnical Commission, 478
  • Torque, Impulse, Developed by Short-Circuited Generator, 466*
  • — Meters. See Dynamometers
  • Torsion Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Torsional Damping, Recording Apparatus for, 119*
  • Tottenham Gas Co., Control Methods at Willoughby Lane Works, 690
  • Tower, ’ 300-ft. Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 508*
  • — Lattice-Steel, Wind Pressure on, Belgian
  • Investigations, 498*
  • — Steel, San Francisto-Oakland Bay Bridge,
  • 554*, 583*, 697*
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • Townsend Brothers Ferries, Ltd., Cross-Channel Steamers for Motor Cars, 140*, 227*
  • Tracks, Crawler, for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214,221*
  • Tracta Universal Coupling, 174*
  • Traction, Electric. See Railways
  • Tractors, Agricultural, Use of Oil Engines for, 450
  • — Cranes, Three-Wheeled, Battery and Oil-
  • Driven (Miag), 526*
  • Tractor Traders, Ltd., 3-cub. yd. Digma Scraper, 234*
  • Trade, Agricultural-Machinery, Imports and Exports, 243
  • — Aircraft, Imports and Exports, 69. See
  • LETTER, 264
  • — Conditions and Producer and Consumer, 570
  • — Copper, Imports of, 185
  • — Disputes. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • — Electrical Machinery, Imports and Exports,
  • 156,185, 203
  • — Engineering and Allied, Position and Pros
  • pects, 3, 46, 69, 97, 117, 156, 185, 203, 243,274, 287, 334, 391, 479. See LETTER, 264
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Locomotive, Imports and Exports, 334
  • — Machine-Tool, Imports and Exports, 274
  • — Machinery Imports and Exports, 3, 46, 69,
  • 97, 117, 156, 185, 203, 243, 274, 287, 334, 391, 479. See LETTER, 264
  • — Marine-Engine, British Exports, 391
  • — Motor-Cycle and Cycle, Imports and Ex
  • ports, 97,117
  • Vehicle, Imports and Exports, 46
  • — Policy, British, Views on, 97
  • — Textile-Machinery, Imports and Exports,
  • 287
  • — Unions. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • — and World Affairs, 451
  • Traffic Advisory Committee, London and Home Counties, Report for 1936-37, 68
  • — Distribution Structure, San Francisco-
  • Oakland Bay Bridge, 700*
  • Trailer, 50-ton, for Armour Plate (R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd.), 706*
  • — Tank, Road and Rail, for Edible Oil (R. A.
  • Dyson and Co., Ltd.), 395*
  • Trains, Articulated, Diesel-Electric, Ceylon Government Railway, 205*
  • — 660-h.p. Diesel-Engined. New South Wales,
  • 121*
  • — 900-h.p. Electric Streamline, Italian State
  • Railways, 89*
  • — Exhibition, Glass, Pilkington Brothers, Ltd.,
  • 160
  • — Ferry Steamers, Dover, Motor-Car Traffic
  • by, 140*, 225*
  • — Passenger, Air Resistance of, 62,100,146
  • — Rail-Welding, Delaware and Hudson Railroad,
  • 617*
  • — Three-Car, Articulated, Diesel-Driven,
  • London Midland and Scottish Railway, 349*
  • — Weed-Spraying, Southern Railway, 634
  • — See also Railway
  • Training. See Edacah'on
  • Transatlantic Flights, Weather Forecasts for, 369
  • — Steam Navigation, Centenary of, 310, 398.
  • See 333
  • Transformer, Current, and Range-Selecting Switch (Everett, Edgcumbe <fc Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • — for Electric Locomotives, 514
  • — Shanghai Power Co., Damage during Hos
  • tilities, 562*
  • — Tap Position Indicator (Nalder Brothers &
  • Thompson, Ltd.), 60*
  • — Testing, 10-kVA, 60,000-volt Control Panel
  • for (British Electric Resistance Co., Ltd.), 86
  • — 6,600-3,300-volt, Thorpe Power Station,
  • Norwich, 440
  • Transient Flow in Pipes, Graphical Analysis, 713
  • Transmission, Electric, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propttfeion
  • — Gear. See 'Gear ; Marine Propulsion
  • — of Power. See Marine Propulsion; Power
  • Transmission
  • Transmitter, Pressure (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 21
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Institute of, Defence of Transport Against
  • Air Attack, by Wing-Comdr. E. J. Hodsoil, 359; Amenities of Railway Passenger Travel, by Sir H. Hartley, 449;
  • — Ministry of, Report on Melton Constable
  • Railway Accident, 48; Report on Motor Vehicles Licensed, 128; Views on Thames Barrage Scheme, 361; Report on Railway Accident at Crewe, 416; Report, Highway Development Survey, 1937, 567, 593*, 620*.
  • — Motor. See ?Rood; Motor
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • — Road. See Road; Motor
  • Trap, Steam. See Steam Trap
  • Trash Rack, Welded, Gryt Hydro-Electric Plant, 111*
  • Traveller, 194-ton, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 699*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Trench, Sewer, Wellpoint Pumping System for, 560*
  • Trent, River, Catchment Board, Engineering Problems of, 131*
  • Tress, Dr. H. J., on Interactions of Gases and Ore in Blast Furnace, 547. See 645
  • Trewent, F. J., and Proctor, Ltd., Quick-Acting Safety Valve for Air-Starting Systems, 604*
  • Trials, 240-h.p. Diesel-Engined Railcar, Buenos Aires and Pacific Railway, 33*
  • — of Engineering Plant, Method of Analysis for,
  • 192*. See LETTERS, 264, 323
  • — See also Tests
  • Trinity House Corporation, Diesel-Electric Ship “ Patricia,” 144*
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines, Steam Triturator, Rex, for Sewage Screenings (Chain
  • Belt Co.), 266*
  • “Triumph," H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 209 Trucks, Railway. See Wagons
  • — See also Bogie
  • True Vapour-Phase Cracking Plant for Fischer- Tropsch Spirit, 237*
  • Trusses, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 641*, 697*
  • Tubator Pipe-Forming and Laying Machine, 381*
  • Tubes, Condensation of Steam in, 643*
  • — Manufacture at Jarrow Tube Works, 632*
  • — Railways. See Underground Railways
  • — Stopper, Boiler, Failure of, 608
  • —Wrought-Iron and Steel, Specification, 676
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tucker, J., Jr., on Vibrated Concrete, 307 Tugboats, River, Shallow-Draught, Power of, 103
  • Tullis, D. and J., Laundry Steam Press, 412*; Laundry Washing Machine, 412*
  • Tungsten Carbide, Production of, 430
  • Tunnels, Tube-Railway, Ferro-Concrete Linings for, 400*
  • — Vehicular, Lincoln, New York, 375*, 435*
  • — Yerba Buena, San Francisco-Oakland Bay
  • Bridge, 643*
  • Tuplin, W. A., on Temperature Maxima in Intermittent Heating Cycles, 414. See 377*
  • Turbines, Exhaust-Steam, Use in Ships, 36
  • — Hydraulic, 665-b.h.p. Propeller Type,
  • Gryt Hydro-Electric Plant, 112*
  • 188-kVA, Rug Hydro-Electric Scheme, 485*
  • See also Power Plant
  • — Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, 60,000-kW, Barton Power Station,
  • 533*
  • Blading for. See Blading
  • for Electric Power Stations, 666, 683
  • — — Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion
  • 30,000-kW Parsons, Thorpe Power
  • Station, Norwich, 315*
  • Super aturation in, 245, 283*
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; WarsMps
  • Turbo-Electric System, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • — Generator, 60,000-kW. Barton Power
  • Station, 533*
  • Retaining Rings for Rotors of (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 103*
  • 30,000-kW, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 315*
  • Turf Bricks for Bank Construction, River Trent, 133*
  • Turner, Prof. W. E. S., on Glass for Scientific and Heat-Resisting Purposes, 107
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools
  • — Circles of H.M. Destroyers, 452
  • — See Machine Tools
  • Turntables for Seaplane Catapult, M.S. “ Friesenland,” 321*, 414*
  • T.V.P., Ltd., True Vapour Phase Process for Fischer-Tropsch Spirit Production, 237*
  • “ Twickenham Ferry,” S.S., 141
  • Typewriters, History and Development of, Handbook of, 680
  • Tyres, Pneumatic, for Farm Vehicles, Tests of, 648
  • — Railway, Coning of, Effect on Running, 449
  • — Vulcanising Press, Twin Toggle-Operated
  • (C. Macbeth), 467*, 545*, 611*
  • Ty-Roch Mechanical Screen,’ 177*
  • UNDERGROUND Railways, London, Proposals for Extension of, 68; Portable Rail-Welding Plant for, 145*; Ferro- Concrete Linings for Tunnels, 400*; Charing Cross Accident, 601
  • Unemployment. See Labour
  • Uniliver, Ltd., Road-Rail Tank Trailers for Edible Oils, 395*
  • Union-Castle Mail Steamship Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Windsor Castle,” 63* ; M.S. “ Capetown Castle,” 471*
  • — Trade. See Latour ; Labour Notes
  • United Africa Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Conakrian,” Trials of, 430, 453
  • — Co-Operative Laundries Association, Ltd.,
  • Liverpool Laundry, 353
  • — States, Air-Conditioning Practice in, 370
  • — — Bureau of Mines, Post-Graduate Research
  • Scholarships, 362; Investigation on Embrittlement of Boiler Steel, 598
  • Bureau of Public Roads, Report on Weed Control on Roadsides, 108
  • Bureau of Reclamation, Boulder-Dam Outlet Works and Valves, 5*, 27*
  • Bureau of Standards, Report on Vibrated Concrete, by J. Tucker, Jr., G. L. Pigman, E. A. Pisapia, and J. S. Rogers, 307; Annual Report, 418; Fire Tests of Wooden Partitions, 487
  • — — Coast-Guard Cutters, Design of, 50
  • Code for Protection Against Lightning, 101
  • Department of Interior, Report, Location of Salt-Water Leaks in Water Wells, 224
  • — — Electric Power Station Practice, 665, 683
  • — — Engineering-Trade Statistics, 47, 71,
  • 98, 157, 186, 203, 244, 275, 288, 335, 392 Flood Control Research in, 446 Garbage-Grinding Plants in, 81*
  • Geological Survey, Report on Floods in New England, 1936, 700
  • Highway-Research Board, Report on Roadside Development, 589
  • — — Marine Engineering, Trends in, 716 National Museum, Annual Report, 267 Naval Engineering, History of, 332
  • — — Navy. See also United States under War
  • ships
  • Power Stations, Modernisation of, 125 Railways. See Railroads
  • Ships, Safety Regulations for, 715
  • Shipbuilding Practice in, 220
  • United States Steel Corporation, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 491*, 553*, 583*, 641*, 697*
  • Water Power in, 23
  • See also America
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 201,235; Research on Expansion of Chromium Steels, 578*
  • “ Unity,” H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 209
  • Universal Decimal Classification System for Literature, Progress, 627
  • — Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine
  • under Machine Tools
  • University, Brussels, Wind-Pressure Investigations, 499*
  • — Cambridge, Engineering Laboratory, 10-ton
  • Autographic Testing Machine, 309*, 326* ; Examinations in Metallurgy at, 378 ; Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, 512; Investigation on Tensile Tests of Light Alloys, 530*
  • — College, Aberystwyth, Interference Apparatus for Determining Elastic Moduli, 580
  • — Cornell, Flood Control Investigations on
  • River Chenango, 446
  • — Egyptian, Experiments on Pipe Bends as
  • Flow Meters, 227*. See LETTER, 324
  • — LWge, Wind-Pressure Investigations, 499,
  • 638*
  • — Liverpool, Rankin Lecture on the Mobilisation of Knowledge, by Sir J. Stamp, 627
  • — Maryland, Post-Graduate Research Scholar
  • ships, 362
  • — Oxford, Engineering Laboratory, Experiments on Convergent-Divergent Steam Nozzles, 245, 250*, 283*
  • — Reading, Tests of Pneumatic-Tyred Farm Vehicles, 648
  • — Training of Metallurgists at, 378
  • — Yale, Fellowships in Highway-Traffic
  • Engineering, 512
  • — See also Education
  • “ Ursula,” H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 209
  • VACUUM Brake. See Brake
  • Valor Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 201
  • Valves, Distant-Control Apparatus for (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 21
  • — Isolating, Excess-Pressure (Dewrance and Co., Ltd.), 410*
  • — Needle, Outlet Works, Boulder Dam, 5*, 27*
  • — Piston, Streamline Flow (R. Klinger, Ltd.),
  • 108*
  • — Poppet, for Reheater Triple-Expansion
  • Engine, 428*. 453
  • — Radiator, Thermostatic (British Thermostat
  • Co., Ltd.), 430*
  • —- Rapid-Action (Jenkins Brothers, Ltd.), 495*
  • — Safety, Quick-Acting, for Air-Starting
  • Systems (F. J. Trewent and Proctor, Ltd.), 604*
  • — Stop, Bellows-Gland (British Thermostat
  • Co., Ltd.), 201*
  • — and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • Vapour Phase, True, Cracking Plant for Fischer- Tropsch Spirit, 237*
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Vehicles, Farm, Pneumatic-Tyred, Tests of. 648 “ Veniero,” Italian Submarine, Launch of, 561 Venner Time Switches, Ltd., Chilowski Light Relay, 46
  • Ventilating and Heating Exhibition, International, New York, 370
  • Ventilation of Deep Mines, Problems in, 600
  • — of Railway Carriages, 450
  • — System, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, New
  • York, 377*, 435*
  • Venturi’s Experiments in Flow through Pipes, 83*
  • Vessels, Containing Dangerous Liquids, Safety Provisions for, 313
  • Vessey, H. F., on Effect, of Wing Loading on Design of Aircraft, 95
  • Viaduct. See Bridges
  • Vibrated Concrete Construction Co., Ltd., Ferro-Concrete Awning West Kirby Railway Station, 295
  • Vibration in High-Speed Oil Engines, Investigations on, 403*
  • — in Ships, Causes and Prevention of, 495 and Propelling Machinery, 77
  • Vibrograph, Universal (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 19*
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Launch of H.M. Submarines “ Triumph,” “ Unity ” and “ Ursula,” 209
  • Vickery, Commdr. H. L., on Safety Regulations for United States Ships, 715
  • Victoria, Australia, Merbein Pumping Station, 646*
  • Vienna Meeting, World Power Conference, British Papers, 190 ; Arrangements, 478 ; Programme, 602
  • Vierendeel-Type All-Welded Bridge, Hasselt, Belgium, Failure of, 669*
  • Village Irrigation in Ceylon, 432
  • Virginia Electric and Power Co., Modernisation of Richmond Power Station, 126
  • Viscometer, Low-Temperature, Schwaiger’s (International Technical Developments, Ltd.), 46
  • Viscosity of Motor Oils, Improvement of, 477
  • Voith-Schneider Propellers, Motor Ferry “ Lymington,” 507; 650*
  • — Sinclair Transmission Gear for 240-h.p.
  • Diesel-Engined Railcar, 10*
  • Vokes, Ltd., Protectovent Air Filter, 512*
  • Volta, A., Life, Work, and Memorial Temple to, 1*, 53*, 113
  • Vulcan-Sinclair Fluid Couplings, 481, 487*, 557*, 663*
  • WADDELL, DR. J. A. L., the Late, 413 Wages. See Labour
  • Wagons, Railway, for Edible-Oil Tank Trailers, 395*
  • Wakley, W. J., Electro-Pneumatic Control for 100-h.p. Railcars, 673*
  • Wales, R tig. Hydro-Electric Scheme, 485*
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., Power Bogie for Railcars,' 385*
  • Walker, F., on Volta, 1*, 53*, 113
  • Walker, Prof., W. J., on Improvement in Atmospheric Conditions in Deep Mines, 600
  • Wall Construction on River Trent, 133*
  • Wall, Dr. T. F., on Effects of Short-Circuits in Electric Supply Systems, 348*, 466*, 555*. See LETTER, 648
  • Walshaw, A. C., on Analysis for Trials of Engineering Plant, 192*. See LETTERS, 264, 323
  • War Office, 204-b.h.p. Oil-Engined Locomotive for Underground Work, 7; Military College of Science, Woolwich, 459
  • Ward, A. J., the Late, 65
  • — Leonard Control for 40-in. Blooming Mill,
  • 636
  • — — Control for Single-Bucket Excavators,
  • 214, 221*
  • Warfare, Naval. See WarsMps
  • Warsaw Chemical Research Institute, Investigation on Corrosion by Impact of Falling Drops, 521*
  • Warships :
  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronautics Destroyers, Trials, in Rough Water, 465 German Fleet, Salvage of, at Scapa, 126
  • H. M. Cruiser “ Belfast,” Launch of, 357
  • — — “ Manchester,” Trials of, 416 — Destroyers, Turning Circles of, 452 — Ships, Use of Aluminium in, 525 Dual Firing for, 382, 422
  • — Submarines, “ Triumph,” Unity ” and “ Ursula,” Launch of, 209
  • Italian Destroyers “ Partenope,” “ Are- tusa,” “ Airone ” and “ Geniere,” 561 — Submarine “ Nani,” Launch of, 309
  • — — “ Neghelli,” Trials of, 309
  • “ Tembien ” and “ Veniero, ’’Launch of, 561
  • — Torpedo-Boat Destroyers “ Scird ” and “ Airone,”. Launch of, 309
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • — Engineering in United States, History of, 332
  • United States Ships “ Demologos,” “ Fulton,” “ Princeton,” “ Monitor ” and “ Wampanoag,” 332
  • See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Washer Filter for Air-Conditioning Plant (Drummond Patents (Holdings), Ltd.), 262* Washing Machine, Automatic Control for (Automatic Controls, Ltd.), 411*
  • — —- Control Unit (Marshall, Hunt and Partners,
  • Ltd.), 442*
  • Laundry (J. Armstrong and Co., Ltd.), 353* Laundry (Baker Perkins, Ltd.), 441*
  • — — Laundry (T. Bradford and Co.), 442* Laundry, Newbery Automatic Control
  • for, 148*
  • —:— Laundry (D. and J. Tullis, Ltd.), 412* Laundry, with Automatic Control Unit (I. Braithwaite and Son (Engineers), Ltd.), 496
  • Laundry, with Rope-Reversing Mechanism (1. Braithwaite and Son (Engineers), Ltd.), 496
  • for Woollens (Hill and Herbert, Ltd.), 353* Washington Experimental Tank, Investigation on Propeller Cavitation, 183
  • — Meeting, 1939, International Association of
  • Scientific Hydrology, 657
  • Wastes, Food, and Sewage, Dual Disposal of, 81*
  • — Heat Recovery in Motor ships, 77
  • Water Friction. See Hydrodynamics; Ship Resistance
  • — Heaters. See Peed-Water Beaters
  • — Pipes, Lead, Mechanical Properties of, 285*
  • — Pollution Research Board, Report on Estu
  • ary of River Mersey and Sewage Discharge, 684 ; Annual Report, 712
  • — Power. See Hydraulic ; Power Plant; Power
  • Water; Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Purification Plant, Ras-el-Ain, . Jerusalem
  • Water Supply, 575*
  • — Resources, Uses of, 420
  • — Softening Investigations by Water-Pollution Research Board, 712
  • Plant, Thorpe Power Station, Norwich, 316
  • — Supply, Jerusalem, 575*
  • Ministry of Health Memorandum on, 361
  • Salt-Water Contamination of Wells, 224 See also Irrigation
  • — Survey Committee, Inland, Surface-Water
  • Year Book of Great Britain, 657
  • — Tanks. See Tanfcs
  • — Tower Fire Escape, 100-ft. Turntable (J.
  • Morris and Sons, Ltd.), 23*
  • —- Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Turbines. See Twrfcines, Hydraulic ; Power
  • Plant
  • — Wheels. See Turdine, Hydraulic; Power
  • Plant
  • Waterside Power Station, New York, Modernisation of, 126
  • Waterways. See Rivers ; Canals
  • Waterworks. See Water Supply and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Watson, Laidlaw and Co., Ltd. Autolift Hydro-Extractor, 354*
  • Watt Medal awarded to H. Ford, 480 Wattmeters. See Electric
  • Wave-Making Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Weameter Test Set, 21
  • Wear, Cylinder, Prevention by Colloidal Graphite, 72*, 142*, 260. See LETTER, 205
  • — Resistance of Metals, Symposium on, 184 Weardale and Teesdale, Mineral Deposits in,
  • Report, 43
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Weaving Machine, Wire-Fence (A. Biashill), 234*
  • Weed Control on Roadsides, Report, 108
  • — Spraying Train, Southern Railway, 634 Weedon, J., on Resistance and Propeller Experiments with Coaster Models, 493
  • Weighing Machine, Industrial (W. and T. Avery, Ltd.), 199
  • for Wind-Pressure Investigations on Panels, 639*
  • Weingarten Maschinenfabrik,Automatic Punching Press, 346* ; Edging Press, 347
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Marine Evaporating and Distilling Plant, 614* • High-Pressure Turbo-Feed Pump, 615*
  • Welded Factory Building, Steel Ceilings, Ltd., 278*
  • — Steel Bridge, Hasselt, Belgium, Collapse of.
  • 669*
  • Welding of Colliery Haulage Drawgear, 164
  • — Electric, Progress in, 478
  • — Equipment of Rails (Sperry Products,
  • Inc.), 617*
  • '— of Fractured Hvdraulic-Press Head (Bari- mar, Ltd.), 73*
  • — Gases for, 134
  • — Machines, Electric (P. Knopp), 527*
  • Electric Continuous-Stitch Spot (Holden and Hunt, Ltd.), 172*
  • — — 180-kVA Seam, with Tempomat
  • Control (Philips Industrial (Philips Lamps), Ltd.), 232*. See Erratum, 264
  • — Ordinances in Chicago Building Code, 146
  • — Plant, for Rails, Portable, London Passenger
  • Transport Board, 145*
  • — Practice, Railway (Review), 141 in Shipyards, 220
  • — in Shipbuilding, 715
  • — of Steel Structures, Report, 419
  • Wells, Water, Location of Salt-Water Leaks in, 224
  • Wellman-Bibby Coupling for 40-in. Blooming Mill, 636
  • Wellpoint Pumping System for Excavation Drainage (Millars’ Machinery Co., Ltd.), 559*
  • Welter, Prof. G., on Corrosion by Impact of Falling Drops, 521*
  • Wembley Factory for Electric Refrigerators, Coldair, Ltd., 548*
  • West Jumna Canal, Gudha Rapid, Flow in, 83*. See Erratum, 122
  • Westinghouse Brake <fc Signal Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 21
  • Westminster City Council, Demonstration Air- Raid Shelter, 324
  • Wheels, Gear. See Gears ; Marine Propulsion
  • Whessoe-Woodall-Duckham De-Tarring Plant, Willoughby Lane Gas Works, 690
  • White, Dr. J., on Slag Control in Steel-Melting Practice, 585
  • Wickman, A. 0., Ltd., Wimet-Tipped Tools, 177*
  • Widia Carbide Tools, 430, 516
  • Williams, S. V., on Copper-Nickel-Tungsten
  • ?Sintered Alloys, 305
  • Willoughby Lane Gas Works, Contrpl Methods at, 690
  • Wilson, E., the Late, 308
  • — Line in Mollier Diagram, Determination of, 283*
  • Wimet-Tipped Tools (A. C. Wickman, Ltd.), 177*, 430, 516
  • Winch, Electric, Use of Fluid Couplings in, 663*
  • — 2-ton Electric Worm-Geared (Butters Brothers and Co., Ltd.), 703*
  • — Hoisting, 250-ton Diesel-Electric Floating
  • Crane, 128*
  • Wind Action on Buildings, 280
  • — Bracing of All-Welded Bridge, Hasselt,
  • Belgium, 670*.
  • — Pressure Investigations in Belgium, 498*,
  • 638*
  • — Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • “ Windsor Castle,” S.S., Re-Conditioning of, 63* Wire-Fence Weaving Machine (A. Biashill),234*
  • — Galvanised Iron, Corrosion of, 645
  • — Nickel, Catalytic Combustion of Gases on,
  • 589*
  • — Platinum, Catalytic Combustion of Gases on,
  • 587*
  • — Ropes for Single-Bucket Excavators, 214,223 Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring, Electrical, Compulsory Regulations for, 185
  • — Regulations and Registration, Statutory,
  • National Committee on, 639
  • Wirral Railway, Cheshire, Electrification of, 295*. See Addendum, 386
  • Witton Works, General Electric Co., Ltd., Mechanised Foundry at, 100*
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Wolf, R., Maschinenfabrik Buckau, A.-G., Locomobile Boiler with Superheater, 380*
  • Wolfe, K. J. B., on Nickel-Copper-Magnesium Alloys, 304
  • Wood, Fireproof, for Ships, 715
  • — Material, Impregnated Tensovic (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 22
  • Woodall-Duckham Whessoe De-Tarring Plant,
  • Tottenham Gas Co., 690
  • Wooden Partitions, Fire Tests of, 487
  • Woods, F. W., on Open-Flow Hydraulics, 30,
  • 83*. See Erratum, 122
  • Woods, Dr. M. W., on Pressure-Distribution in Convergent-Divergent Steam Nozzle, 250*, 283*. See 245
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Woolwich, Military College of Science, 459
  • — Research Department, Investigation of
  • Effect of Copper on Alloy Steels, 692*
  • Wootz Steel Industry in India, 637

Works :

  • Aberdare Works, Aberdare Cables, Ltd., 510*
  • All-Welded Steel Foundry Building, Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd., Thornaby-on- Tees, 676
  • Century Works, Lewisham, Extensions to (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 353
  • Dursley Works, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., Mechanised Foundry, 483*
  • Grey-Iron Foundry, Lincoln, Ruston and Hornby, Ltd., 622*, 661*
  • Hollow Steel-Forging Shop, Chesterfield Tube Co., Ltd., 544
  • Jarrow Metal Industries, Ltd., Jarrow-on-Tyne, 632*. See Addendum, 653
  • — Tube Works, Jarrow-on-Tyne, 632* Klingerit Works, Sidcup, R. Klinger, Ltd., 489*
  • Luton Works, G. Kent, Ltd., 707
  • Mechanised Foundry, Witton Works, General Electric Co., Ltd. 100*
  • Research Organisation in, 243
  • Steel Works, Jarrow Metal Industries, Ltd., 632*. See Addendum, 653 Coke Ovens in, 538. See LETTER, 592
  • Teesdale Iron Works, All-Welded Steel Foundry Building, 676
  • Wembley Factory for Electric Refrigerators, Coldair, Ltd., 548*
  • Works Management Association, Syllabus of Entrance Examination, 569
  • — — Business Budgets and Budgetary Con
  • trol (Review), 276
  • Foundry Organisation and Management (Review), 659
  • Training of Unskilled Labour, 347 Workmen. See Labour
  • Workshop Training. See Education
  • — See also Works ; Machine Tools
  • World Power Conference, Vienna Meeting, British1 Papers, 190; Chemical-Engineering Congress, London, Transactions of (Review), 394; Vienna Meeting, Arrangements and Programme, 478, 602 ; Report of Council for 1937, 478
  • — Water Power, Statistics, 23
  • Worm Gear. See Gear
  • Wrapping Machine for Cables, San Francisco-
  • Oakland Bay Bridge, 641*
  • Wreck Raising. See Salvage
  • Wright Aeronautical Corporation, G. 100 Cyclone 1,100-h.p. and 1,000-h.p. Aero Engines, 678*
  • — Lecture on Flight Experiments on Boundary
  • Layer, 397
  • on Material of Aircraft Construction, 629 Wrought Iron. See Iron
  • Wynn, Col. V., Rfig Hydro-Electric Scheme, 485*
  • X-RAYS. See Rontgen Rays
  • YALE University, Fellowships in Highway- Traffic Engineering, 512
  • Yarrow Boilers, S.S. “ Nieuw Amsterdam,”675* Yarsley, Dr. V. E., on Plastics and Glass, 629 Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Yerba Buena Tunnel, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 643*
  • Young, H., 660-h.p. Diesel-Engined Trains,121* — Modulus. See Elastic Modulus
  • Younger, H. W., on Safety Provisions of New
  • Factories Act, 313
  • ZEEBRUGGE, Wind-Pressure Investigations at, 498*
  • Zinc Prices,. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Production in Canada, 196
  • Zurich, Swiss National Exhibition, 1939. 213

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