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Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index: General

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1951 Jul-Dec: Index

GENERAL INDEX. Illustrated Subjects are Marked with an Asterisk after the Number of the Page.

  • ABBEY Works of Steel Company of Wales, Opening of, 82*
  • Abadan Oil Refinery, Early Development of, 604*
  • Aberconway, Lord, and Iron and Steel Corporation, 146
  • Aberdeen University, Model Investigation of Aberdeen Harbour, 283
  • Abinger Observatory, Work of, 310
  • Abrasion and Wear, International Conference on, Delft. See Rubber Research Foundation, Dutch

Accidents :

  • Aircraft Accidents and Airworthiness Requirements, 586
  • Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 1949, 497
  • Explosions, Boiler. See Boiler Explosions and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Factory Accident Involving Safe Means of Access, 594. See LETTER, 661
  • Fire Prevention in Cargo Ships Using Oil Fuel, 279
  • Mining Accidents in Century 1851-1951, 232
  • Railway Accidents, British, in 1950, 722 at Weedon, Northamptonshire, 403, 430, 437
  • Vessels Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 755 Accumulators, Electric. See Electric
  • — Hydraulic, Greer-Mercier (Finney Presses,
  • Ltd.), 704*
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles ; Motor Truck Accurate Recording Instrument Co., Indicating
  • and Recording Instruments, 290
  • “ Ace ” Coal Cutter, 33*
  • Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Ackerley, R. O., on Progress in Electric Lighting, 235
  • Acock, G. P., on Corrosion of Buried Iron and Steel Pipes, 786
  • Activated Sludge. See Sewage
  • A.C.V. Sales, Ltd., 100-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder A.E.C. Diesel Engine, 291*
  • Adcock <fc Shipley Co., Ltd., Boring Machine for Oil-Engine Connecting Rods, 24*
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Adhesives, Synthetic-Resin, Summer School at Duxford, 435
  • Admiralty. See Warships
  • Admittance Diagram, Three-Dimensional (D. C. Johnson), 246

Aeronautical Conference, Anglo- American, Brighton :

  • Programme, 179
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 297, 307 Summaries of Papers, 297, 341, 359 Plastics and Plastic Structures, by J. E. Gordon, 297
  • Material Problems of High-Altitude Aircraft, by H. W. Hall and Dr. T. P. Hughes, 298
  • Infusion of Safety into Aeronautical Engineering Curricula, by J. Lederer, 341 Propellers for High Powers and Transonic Speeds, by G. W. Brady, 341
  • Heat Transfer Studies Relating to Rocket Power Plant Development, by L. G.. Dunn, W. B. Powell and H. S. Seifert,. 341
  • Engineering Problems in Aircraft Operation, by B. S. Shenstone, 341
  • Development in Australia of Thick Suction Wing, by T. S. Keeble, 359
  • Reduction of Drag by Distributed Suction by Sir B. M. Jones and Sqdn.-Leader T. R. Head, 359
  • Experimental Methods for Transonic Research, by J. Stack, 359
  • Review of High-Speed Hydrodynamic Development, by E. G. Stout, 441*, 478*. See 341
  • Advances in Aircraft Structural Design, by Prof. G. T. R. Hill, 537*. See 297 i Structural Problems of Future Aircraft, by Prof. N. J. Hoff, 573*. See 297 Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • • —Propellers. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • — Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Aero Research, Ltd.-, i Summer School on Synthetic-Resin Adhesives, 435
  • ' Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeroil Products Co., Inc., Heater fqr Sealing Compounds for Concrete Road Joints, 368* Aeronautical Society, Royal, Awards by, 335, 339; Wright Lecture on the Well- Tempered Aircraft, by A. E. Raymond, 339; Modern Trends in Civil Airworthiness Requirements, by W. Tye, 586 ; Power- Operated Controls for Aircraft, by C. F. Joy, 665*, 700*; Problems of Transonic Flight, by A. N. Clifton, 685; Structural Problems of Advanced Aircraft, by H. H. Gardner, 767

Aeronautics:

  • Aeronautical-Engineering Curricula, Infusion of Safety into, 34
  • Group of Aslib, Inauguration of, 476
  • — Research in Australia, Report on, 72
  • Aeroplane, Bombing, “ Canberra ” P.R. Mark 3 (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 391*
  • Jet-Propelled, “ Convair ” XB-46, 341, 442*
  • SA-4 (Short Brothers and Harland,
  • Ltd.), 342*
  • “ Valiant ” (Vickers-Armstrongs
  • Ltd.), 342*
  • — Early History of, 220
  • — “ Convair ” XF-92A Delta-Wing, 341,
  • 479*
  • — Fighting, D.H.110 (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 512
  • P.1067 (Hawker Aircraft, Ltd.), 342* Supermarine 508 Naval (Vickers-
  • Armstrongs Ltd.), 343*
  • Supermarine, “Swift” (Vickers-
  • , Armstrongs Ltd.), 343*
  • -— — Twin-Engined Delta-Wing (Gloster
  • Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 766
  • “ Venom I ” (de Havilland Engine
  • Co., Ltd.), 354
  • — Research," Avro” 707 B and 707 A
  • (A. V. Roe and Co., Ltd.), 353*
  • P.lll (Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd.), 353*
  • — Stability, Limits for Seaplane Hull, 441*, 478*. See 341
  • — Structures, Development and Design of, 70
  • — Training, “ Vampire ” (de Havilland
  • Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 354
  • — See also Flying Boat; Seaplane (below) Air Liner, “ Brabazon,” Flights by, Bristol
  • Aeroplane Co., Ltd., 115
  • — — “ Comet,” Tank Lorry for Fuelling,
  • 577*
  • “ Hermes 5 ” (Handley Page, Ltd.),
  • 392
  • — Radio, Forty Years’ Progress in, 151
  • — Registration Board, Annual Report, 160 Aircraft, Advanced Structural Problems
  • in, 767
  • — Anti Submarine1 “ Firefly ” Mark 7
  • (Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd.), 392*
  • — Application -of Power to, 8
  • — “ Auster ” (Auster Aircraft, Ltd.), 392
  • — Automatic Track-Plotting Instrument for (Decca Navigator Co., Ltd.), 589*
  • — Design and Safety Considerations, 586
  • — Exhibition and Flying Display, Farnborough Aerodrome, 342*, 353*, 391*
  • — Freighter, “ Bristol ” 171 Mark 3
  • (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 393
  • — •— “ Gal-60 ” (Blackburn and General
  • Aircraft, Ltd.), 392*
  • — Future, Structural Problems of, 297, 573*
  • — Ground-Attack “ Meteor ” (Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 354
  • — High-Altitude, Material Problems of, 298
  • — Industry, Development of Alloys for, 343. See LETTER, 371
  • — Military, Design for Transonic Flight, 685
  • — Operation by British European Airways, Engineering Problems in, 341
  • — Operationally-Useful, Production of, 339
  • — Power-Operated Controls for, 665*, 700*
  • — “ Sea Venom 20 ” (de Havilland Engine
  • Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • — Structure Design, Advances in, 297, 537
  • — and Materials, Australian Re-
  • seaches on, 72
  • Airfields, Planning and Construction of, 70
  • Aslib Study Group of Aeronautical
  • Information, 211
  • “ Atar-101 ” Turbo-Jet Aeroplane Engine, 173
  • “ Auster ” Aircraft (Auster Aircraft,
  • Ltd.), 392
  • “ Avon ” Axial Jet Aeroplane Engine, 343*
  • “ Avro ” 707B and 707A Research
  • Aircraft, 353*
  • Biplane, Dunne, of 1911, 539*
  • — Short, “ Silver Streak,” of 1921, 537* “ Brabazon ” Air Liner, Flights by,
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., 115
  • “ Bristol ” Freighter Loaded with “ Bristol ” Helicopter (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 393*
  • Bristol Monoplane, of 1913, 537*
  • British European Airways Corporation,
  • Annual Report, 267; Engineering
  • Problems in Aircraft Operations, 341
  • British Overseas Airways Corporation,
  • Annual Report, 267
  • Cabins, Pressure, for Aircraft, Designs and
  • Tests, 767
  • “ Canberra ” P.R. Mark 3 Bomber
  • (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 391*
  • “ C.C.” Gear for Aircraft Machine Guns,
  • Development of, 6,03*. See LETTER, 789
  • Civil Airworthiness Requirements, Trends in, 586
  • —- Aviation, Ministry of, Review of Progress in Civil Aviation, 184; Trials with Flight Log, 589*
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, Tank Lorry for
  • Fuelling, 577*
  • Controls, Power-Operated, for Aircraft, 665*, 700*
  • “ Convair ” XB-46 Jet-Propelled Bombing Aeroplane, 341, 442*
  • “ Convair ” XF-92A Delta-Wing Aeroplane, 341, 479*
  • “Convair” XP5Y-1, High-Speed Propeller-Turbine Seaplane, 341, 442*. 478*
  • I Dart ” Propeller-Turbine Aero Engine,
  • Tests of (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 123 Drag Reduction by Suction, 359 Dunne Biplane of 1911, 539*
  • Engine, Aeroplane, “ Atar-101,” Turbo- Jet, 173
  • — -- “ Avon ” Axial Jet (Rolls-Royce
  • Ltd.), 343*
  • - “ Dart,” Propeller-Turbine, Tests
  • of (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 123
  • Gas-Turbine, Measuring Stresses in 761*
  • — “ Nene,” Turbo-Jet, Cartridge Starter for (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 819*
  • “ Nomad ” Compounded Piston and Turbine (D. Napier and Son, Ltd.), 353
  • “ Orenda ” Turbo-Jet, Axial-Flow (A. V. Roe (Canada), Ltd.), 735*
  • Researches in Australia on, 72 —- —- “ Sapphire,” Axial Turbojet (Brockworth Engineering, Ltd.), 391
  • Types and Development of, 8 —- — See also TurWnee, Gas
  • “ Firefly ” Mark 7 Anti-Submarine Aircraft (Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd.), 392* Flight, Transonic, Problems of, 685 Flying Boat “Convair” XP5Y-1 Prop- peller Turbine High-Speed, 341, 442*, 478*
  • “ Princess,” Final Stages of Erection
  • (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 563
  • — Display and Static Exhibition, Farnborough Aerodrome, 342*, 353,* 391* “ Gal-60 ” Freighter Aircraft, 392* Helicopter, “ Bristol,” Loaded on “ Bristol ” Freighter Aircraft (Bristol Aero, plane Co., Ltd.), 393*
  • “ Hermes 5 ” Air Liner (Handley Page, Ltd.), 392
  • Hydrodynamic Development in High- Speed Seaplanes, 441*, 478*. See 341 Instrument Track-Plotting for Aircraft,
  • Automatic (Decca Navigator Co. Ltd.), 589*
  • Metals for Aircraft, Properties of, 574 “ Meteor ” Ground-Attack Aircraft
  • (Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 354 Monoplane, Bristol, 1913, 537
  • — Hill, “ Pterodactyl ” Mark 1,1925, 537* “ Nene ” Turbo-Jet Engine, Cartridge
  • Starter for (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 819* “ Nomad" Compounded Piston and
  • Turbine Aeroplane Engine, 353
  • “ Orenda ” Axial-Flow Turbo-Jet Engine
  • (A. V. Roe (Canada), Ltd.), 735 P.lll Research Aircraft (Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd.), 353*
  • P.1067 Fighter Aircraft (Hawker Aircraft, Ltd.), 342*
  • Perspex, Use in Aircraft, 768
  • Pipelines, Aircraft, identification Schemes for, Specification, 458
  • Plastics for Aircraft Structures, Development of, 297
  • Pressure Cabins for Aircraft, Designs and Tests, 767
  • “ Princess ” Flying Boat, Final Stages of Erection (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 563
  • Propeller, Aerial, for High Powers and Transonic Speeds, 341
  • Manufacture of Hollow Steel Blades for, 161*, 193*, 225*
  • Negative-Thrust Constant-Speed (de
  • Havilland Propellers, Ltd.), 391 Supersonic, Use of, 8 “ Pterodactyl ” Mark I Hill Monoplane, - 1925, 537*
  • Rocket Motor “ Snarler ” (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 353
  • Royal Aircraft Establishment, Formation of Aeronautical Information Study Group Under Aslib, 211; Tests of Hollow Steel Propeller Blades for Aircraft, 227*; Experiments on Plastics for Aircraft, 297
  • — Air Force, Standardisation of Internal- Combustion Engines for, 700
  • SA-4 Bomber Aircraft (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 342*
  • Safety in Aircraft, 586
  • “ Sapphire ” Axial Turbojet Engine, 391* “ Sea Venom 20 ” Aircraft (de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Seaplane, “ Convair ” XP5Y-1, Propeller- Turbine, High Speed, 341/442*, 478*
  • — Stability Limits of, 441*, 478*. See 341
  • “ Silver Streak,” Short Biplane of 1921, 537*
  • “ Snarler ” Rocket Motor, 353
  • Stability, Aeroplane; See Aeroplane (above)
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • Stresses in Aircraft Structures, 574* Supermarine 508 Naval Fighter Aircraft (Viekers-Arjnstrongs Ltd.), 343
  • “ Swift ” Supermarine Fighter Aircraft (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd.), 343
  • Temperature of Aircraft at High Altitudes, 574
  • Track-Plotting Instrument for Aircraft (Decca Navigator Co., Ltd.), 589*
  • Transonic Research in United States, 359 “ Valiant ” Bomber Aircraft (Vickers- Armstrongs Ltd.), 342
  • “ Vampire ” Training Aircraft (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 354
  • “ Venom I ” Intercepter Fighter (de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd.), 354
  • Wing, Construction for Future Aircraft, 297, 573
  • — — for Modern Aircraft, 767
  • — Swept-Back, Development of, 537*, 573*
  • • — Thick, Suction, Drag Reduction by, 359
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • “ Affray,” H.M. Submarine, Use of Television Equipment in Search for, 765*
  • African Council, Central, Report on Kariba Gorge and Kafue River Hydro-Electric Projects, 49
  • Aggregates, Sands and Fillers, Sampling and Testing of, Specification, 239
  • Agricultural Machinery Exhibition and Smith- field Show, Earl’s Court, 673*, 713*, 757*, 777
  • — Motors. See Engines; Motors; Tractors
  • — Society, Royal, Cambridge Show, 20*, 53*,
  • 73*, 117*, 148* ; Annual Report, 755
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture. • See also Irrigation and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aids to Industry, Visual, Exhibition, Leeds, 564
  • A.I Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., 250-kVA Flash Butt-Welding Machine, 322*
  • Air, Compressed. See Pneumatic
  • — Compressor, Centrifugal, Two-stage, for
  • Coal-Fired Gas Turbine, 825*
  • for 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set for Royal Navy, 609*
  • Hymatic, for “ Bantam ” Rotary Hoe, 757*
  • Portable (Broom and Wade, Ltd.)', 290
  • Pump and Generator Set, 9-b.h.p. Diesel-Driven (Coventry, Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • Three-Stage, for Engine Starting (Hamworthy Engineering Co., Ltd.), 293*
  • Two-Stage (Reavell and Co., Ltd.), 261*
  • Two-Stage, 400-b.h.p. Gas-Engined (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 405*
  • See also Ammonia Compressor
  • — Force, Royal. See Aeronautics
  • — Fuel, Flowmeter (Bailey Meters and Con
  • trols, Ltd.), 43*
  • — Heater for 1,000-h.p. Coal-Fired Gas Tur
  • bine, 793*
  • — Jet and Priming Unit for Concrete Road
  • Joints (Tarpen Engineering Co.,.. Ltd.), 368*
  • — Pollution. SeeAtmospheric Pollution;Smoke
  • Abatement
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Registration Board, Annual Report, 160*
  • — Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • — See also Atmospheric
  • Aircraft Establishment, Royal. See Aeronautics
  • — See Aeronautics
  • Aix-les-Bains to La Roche sur Foron Railway, Use of Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 499, 521*, 545*, 583*
  • Alar, Ltd., Identification Colours for Aluminium Alloys, 796
  • Alarms, Fire, Electrical, Standard Code of Practice, 527
  • Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd., Centrifugal Separator for Turbine Lubricating Oil, 294*
  • Alkali, etc., Works, Chief Inspector of, Annual Report, 113
  • Allen, W. H., and Sons, Ltd., Tests of Small Auxiliary High-Speed Steam Turbine, 383*; 390-kW Diesel-Driven Generator,
  • S.S. “Kenya,” 439*; 1,000-kW Gas-
  • Turbine Alternator Set for Royal Navy, 609*
  • Allibone, Dr. T. E., on New Materials for Engineering, 691
  • Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Co., “ Roto- Baler” for Hay, 117*
  • Allman, E„ and Co., Ltd., Tractor-Mounted Crop Sprayer, 714*
  • Allowances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Als-thom Co., Locomotive for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 499, 521, 545*, 583
  • Alternating Current. See Electric
  • — Stress. See Fatiyue under Tests (Materials) Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo-
  • Generators
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Allays under; MetaZ- lurgy
  • Aluminium Backed Screens for Cathode-Ray Tubes, 63
  • — Development Association, Symposium on
  • Welding and Riveting of Larger Aluminium Structures: Recent Researches on Arc Welding of Thick Aluminium-Alloy Plate, by P. T. Houldcroft, W. G. Hull and Dr. H. G. Taylor, 627; Practical Aspects of Argon-Arc Welding of Aluminium Alloys, by J. R. Handforth, 627; Properties and Driving of Large Aluminium-Alloy Rivets, by J. C. Bailey, 627; Design Characteristics of Aluminium-Alloy Riveted Joints, by Prof. S. C. Redshaw, 627
  • — Load Extension Curve, 503*
  • — Production and Demand for, 519, 554, 702*,
  • 732
  • — for Sheathing Paper-Insulated Cables, 646*
  • — World Production and Consumption of,
  • 519, 554, 702*. 732
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • " America,” Yacht, 1851, Centenary of, 243
  • — See North America ; United States American Navy. See United States under
  • Warships
  • — Society of Mechanical Engineers. See
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • for Testing Materials. See Testing
  • — See also United States
  • Ames Crosta Mills and Co., Ltd., Variable- Capacity Pump for Corrosive and Viscous Liquids, 767*
  • Ammonia Compressor, Twin (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 407*
  • Ammonium-Sulphate Recovery from Flue Gases, Model of Plant for, 289
  • Amplifiers, Triode, in Range 100-450 Megacycles per Second, 63
  • Amsler, A. J. and Co., Sensitive Temperature Controller, 203*
  • Analyses of Gear-Tooth Undulation Records, 373*
  • — Methods of, for Soap, Specification, 207
  • — Soil Size-Distribution, Sieving Machine for
  • 429*
  • Anderson, Boyes and Co., Ltd., “Meco-Moore” Coal Cutter-Loader, 34*
  • Andrade, Prof. E. N. da C., on Mechanics of Metal Crystals, 787
  • Angle Dekkor, Hilger (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 464* Anglo-American Aeronautical Conference, Brighton. See Aeronautical Conference, Anglo-American, Brighton
  • — — Council on Productivity, Report on
  • Steel, Iron and Non-Ferrous Metal Valves, 81; Productivity Report on W elding, 337; Report on Hot-Dip Galvanising of General Work, 434; Report on Sawing Scarce Materials, 625
  • Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., Ltd., Dynamometer for Torque and Thrust Due to Drilling, 487* ; Development of Abadan Refinery, 604*
  • Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co., Ltd., 28,000-ton Oil Tankers for, 641*
  • Angus, W. F„ the Late, 628
  • Angwin, Sir S., on Progress in Telecommunications, 71
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Annecy Conference on Electric Railway Traction, 499, 521*, 545*, 583*
  • "Annette,” Iron Sailing Ship, Construction of 25*
  • Annuals and Reference Books, 124, 190, 248, 333, 602, 672, 704, 827. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Anti-Friction Metals. See Alloys under MetaZ- lurgy
  • Antrich, D., on Variation in Diameters of Machine-Drawn Glass Tubing, 425*
  • Apparatus, Angular Measurement, for Rockwell Hardness Penetrators, 89*
  • — Measuring and Recording, for Glass-Tube
  • Manufacture, 425*
  • — for Measuring Viscous-Fluid Flow (G. Kent,
  • Ltd.), 544*
  • Applied High Frequency, Ltd., 25-kW Induction Electric Heater, 262*
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Apprenticeship. See Education; Labour Arc. See Furnace ; Welding
  • Arc Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Inert-Gas Welding Plant, 327*; Diesel-Driven Welding Set, 327*
  • Arch Rib for Road Bridge Over River Tagus, 801*
  • Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects Armament. See Guns
  • Armand, L., on Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 499, 521*, 545*, 583
  • Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., “Snarler” Rocket Motor, 353*
  • Arnett, C. T. S., the Late, 468
  • Arrol, Sir W., and Co., Ltd., 40-ton and 75-ton Forging Cranes, 617*
  • Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Artillery. See Guns and PARAGRAPH INDEX Asbestos Woven Binding Tape for Electrical Purposes, Specification. 47
  • Asea Electric, Ltd., Welding Head for Tube Mill, 321*; ? Electric Heater for Bolt Blanks, 321*
  • Ash Disposal in Power Stations Using High- Ash Coal, 188, 189, 214. See LETTER, 276
  • — Handling Plant, West Ham “ B ” Power
  • Station, 77*
  • Ashbridge SirN., on British Television Service, 40
  • Aslib, Annual Conference, Ashorne Hill, Programme, 147 ; Formation of Aeronautical Information Study Group, 211; Formation of Groups in, 476
  • Association, British. See British Association
  • — Engineering. See Institutions
  • Astrographic Work at Royal Observatories, 309 Astronomer Royal’s Report, Royal Greenwich Observatory, 309
  • Astronomical Exhibits in Dome of Discovery, South Bank Exhibition, 246
  • “ Atar-101 ” Turbo-Jet Aeroplane Engine, 173
  • Athlone Fellowship Awards to Canadian Engineering Graduates, 395
  • Atkins, W. S., and Partners, Kiln Building of Pre-Cast Concrete Units, 670*
  • Atkinson’s Agricultural Appliances, Ltd., Manure Spreader, 74*
  • Atlantic Liners. See Ships ; Steamers ; Motorships
  • Atlas Werke A.-G., 52-in. Paper Guillotine, 39*
  • Atmospheric Column and Vacuum Tower, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — Pollution and Alkali Works Report, 113
  • Deposits Gauges, Specification, 671
  • Investigations by Fuel Research Station, 507*
  • — — and Public Health, 7
  • See also Smoke Abatement
  • Atomic Pile, Central Heating from, 653
  • — Power Generation for Industry, Recent
  • Progress, 51
  • Atritor Coal Pulveriser, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 101*
  • Attendance-Controlling Apparatus, South Bank Exhibition, 55
  • Audley Engineering Co., Ltd., 16-in. Valve for, 259* ; Hypermatic Lubricants, 260
  • “ Auris ” M.S., Gas-Turbine Alternator for, 307 Auster Aircraft, Ltd., “ Auster” Aircraft, 392 Austin Motor Co., Ltd., 8-h.p. Four-Cylinder Motor Car, 532*
  • Australia, Aeronautical Research Laboratory, Experiments on Thick Suction Wing, 359 Research in, Report on, 72
  • — Scientific Research in, Annual Report, 564,
  • 613. See Erratum, 603
  • Research on Gear-Tooth Undulations, 373*
  • Austrian Iron and Steel Industry, History, 372 Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding Automatic Coil Winder and Electrical Co., Ltd., Multi-Range Electronic Meter, 312*
  • — Signalling. See NignaZZiMg
  • — Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine
  • Avery, W. T., Ltd., Electro-Dynamic Balacing Machine, 258*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • “ Avon ” Axial Jet Aeroplane Engine, 343*
  • “ Avro ” 707B and 707A Research Aircraft, 353*
  • BABCOCK AND WILCOX, LTD., Boiler Plant for Uskmouth Power Station, 48; Presentation of Experimental Boiler to Birmingham University, 51; Boiler, North Tees “ C ” Power Station, 112* ; Boilers for H.M. Ships, Testing of, 116, 286. See LETTERS, 404,436 ; Boiler, S.S. “ Kenya,” 393*, 438*; Exhibits at Engineering, Marine and Welding Exhibition, 406*; Boiler, S.S. “ Velutina,” 642* ; Exhibition Hall and Cinema, 644
  • Bailey, G. L., on Copper-Nickel-Iron Alloys Resistant to Sea-Water Corrosion, 422
  • Bailey, J. C., on Driving of Large Aluminium- Alloy Rivets, 627
  • Bailey, Dr. R. W., on Properties of Materials and Engineering Uses of Cast Metals, 29* Bailey Meters and Control, Ltd., Fuel-Air Flowmeter, 43* ; Recording Instruments for Oil-Fired Furnace, 43*
  • Baird, J. L., Memorial to, 584
  • Baker, Prof. J. F., on Development of University Education in Engineering, 169
  • Baker Platinum, Ltd., “ Deoxo ” Catalytic Gas Purifier, 428*
  • Balancing Machine, Electro-Dynamic (W. T. Avery, Ltd.), 258*
  • — and Vibrations, Mechanics Applied to (Re
  • view), 549
  • Baldwin Instrument Co., Ltd., Beta-Ray Thickness Gauge, 9*. See 63. Rolling- Mill Extension Gauge, 9
  • Balfour Beatty <fc Co., Ltd., Carmarthen Bay Power Station, 16* ; Tunnel for Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme 65*
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
  • — Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests
  • (Materials')
  • — Mill, Linatex (Wilkinson Rubber Linatex,
  • Ltd.), 262*
  • Ball, Sir W. V., on Boiler and Turbine Testing, 404. See 17, 116, 285, 299, 349*, 382*. See LETTER, 436; on Safe Means of Access, 661. See 594
  • Ballast Tanks for Ships, Introduction of, 26 Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Banister, Walter and Co., Ltd., Steelwork’for Heavy Forge Shop for Hadfields, Ltd., 616*
  • Bankside Power Station, London, 624*
  • “ Bantam ” Oil Circuit-Breaker Switchgear, 265 " Bantam ” Rotary Cultivator, 22*
  • “ Bantam ” Rotary Hoe with Hymatic Compressor, 757*
  • Bar, Steel, Brittle Fracture of, Investigations in, 278, 445*. See LETTER, 371
  • Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., British India Liner, “ Kenya,” 82 ; S.S. “ Kenya,” 393*, 438* Barge, Aluminium-Alloy (T.I. Aluminium, Ltd.), 259*
  • Barlow, C. T„ the Late, 46
  • Barlow-Whitney, Ltd., Humidity-Test Cabinet, 295*
  • Barnes, C. C„ on Paper-Insulated Cables, 646* Baron, H. G., on Friction in Wire Drawing, 454 Barr and Stroud, Ltd., Radar Navigation Comparison Unit, 260*
  • Barr, W., on Notch-Bar Testing of Steel for Welded Construction, 723, 745
  • Barwell, Dr. F. T., on Research on Friction and Wear, 649*, 697* ; on New Edition of Whitworth Register, 1951, 660
  • Bateman, Dr. E. H., on Elastic Stress Analysis of Multi-Bay Single-Storey Frameworks, 772*, 804*
  • Batey, Dr. J. T., the Late, 116, 148
  • Bath, Zinc, for Galvanising (R. Johnson and Nephew, Ltd.), 556*
  • Battelle Research Institute to be Established in Europe, 275
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles ; Motor Truck Battleships. See Warships
  • Bayham, Ltd., Magnetic Liquid-Level Control, 261* '
  • Beacham, T. E., on Investigations of Hydraulic Lock, 660. See 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • Beam, Prestressed-Concrete, for Cantilever Footbridge, Shrewsbury, 780*
  • — — Concrete, Design and Construction of,
  • 676*, 707*
  • Concrete, for Garage with Concrete Shell
  • Roof, 588*
  • — Problems, Solving by Relaxation Methods,
  • 456*. See LETTER, 756
  • Bearing, Ball, Test Rig for, 698*
  • — Friction and Wear, Researches in, 649*, 697*
  • — Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — of Naval Steam Turbines, Behaviour During
  • Trials, 350*
  • — Oil-Engine, Developments in, 490*, 541*
  • — Thrust, Michell, Tilting of Pads in, 697* Beeson, Inspector of Taxes, versus Bentley,
  • Stokes and Lowless, 339
  • Beet Harvester, Tractor-Mounted (Johnson’s (Engineering), Ltd.), 714*
  • — Hoe (Belton Brothers and Drury), 118*
  • — Topper, Multi-Row (K. Hudson and Son), 119* Beilby Memorial Awards, Royal Institute of
  • Chemistry, 371
  • Belgian Congo, Aluminium-Alloy Barge for, 259*
  • Belgium, Electricity Supply Industry Statistics, 508*
  • — Scayn Bridge, Use of Prestressed-Concrete
  • for, 707*
  • Beiliss and Morcom, Ltd., Two-Cylinder Com
  • pound Steam Engine, 108 Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors Belton Brothers and Drury, Beet Hoe, 118* Bending Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Moments in Ships, 10, 28*, 469
  • — Rolls, Plate. See Machine Tools ?— Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Bendix, G. D., West Ham “ B ” Power Station,
  • 76*
  • Bennett, G. T„ on Road Planning and Safety, 151
  • Bennett, T. P„ <fc Son, Prestressed-Concrete Footbridge at Shrewsbury, 780*
  • Bentall, E. H., and Co., Ltd., Root Cutter, 136 Bentley, Stokes and Lowless versus Beeson,
  • Inspector of Taxes, 339
  • Beta and Gamma Radiation, Measuring Instrument Foil, 63
  • —Ray Thickness Gauge for Industrial Use, 9*, 63
  • Bettinson, P. B. and Co., Ltd., Potato-Haulm Cutter, 148*
  • Bibliography of Interlingual Scientific and Technical Dictionaries, 626. See LETTER, 693
  • Bicentenary of Birth of de Jouffroy d’Abbans, 679*
  • — of G. Graham, 1673-1751, 660 —? of 0. Polhem, 51
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles Biddle versus Truvox Engineering Co., Ltd.,
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Third Party, Legal Decision on, 816
  • Bierrum and Partners, Ltd., Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97*
  • Bilby, Dr. B. A., Appointed Sorby Research Fellow at Sheffield University, 139
  • Bin Vibrator, Electromagnetic (Magnetic Equipment Co., Ltd.), 768*
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Binding Tape for Electrical Purposes, Woven
  • Asbestos, Specification, 47
  • Bingham, A. E., on Fluids for Hydraulic Power Transmission, 787
  • Biplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Birks, F. M., on Technical Advances in Gas Industry During 100 Years, 39
  • Birmabright, Ltd., Application of Aluminium Alloys to Shipbuilding, 265 ; Sluice Gates of “ Birmabright ” Light Alloy, 592* Birmingham Carriage and Wagon, Ltd., Railway
  • Carriage for Indian Railways, 168* Birmingham University, Babcock and Wilcox
  • Experimental Boiler for, 51;- Investigation of Hydraulic Lock, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • Bismuth, Fracture Strength of, 503* Bit, Rotary, Oil-Well, Method of Freeing when
  • Stuck, 604*
  • Bitumen-Rubber Road Surfacing (Rubber ways, Ltd.), 268*. See Erratum, 376 Bituminous Materials, Road Construction. See
  • Roads
  • Black and Decker, Ltd., f-in. Electric Drilling Machine, 86
  • Blackburn and General Aircraft, Ltd., “ Gal-60 ” ? Freighter Aircraft, 392*
  • Blackpool Conference, National Smoke Abatement Society, Programme, 371, 430. See LETTER, 564
  • Blackstone <fc Co., Ltd., Production of Vertical Oil Engines by, 23*
  • Blading for 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set for Royal Navy, 609*
  • — of Naval Steam Turbines, Behaviour During
  • Trials, 350*
  • Blanch, A. B., and Co., Ltd., “ Revolution ” Side- Delivery Rake, 149*; 18-ft. Universal
  • Petrol-Driven Elevator, 758*
  • Blanchier, M., on Characteristics of Naval Fuel Oils, 136
  • Blanks, Flat, Cup-Drawing from, Investigations on, 723
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blaw Knox, Ltd., “ Hico ” Sectional Steel Centring, 684*
  • Blocks, Concrete, for Building Construction. See Concrete
  • Blok, Prof. H., on War and Wear, 658, 724 Blower, Industrial (Sir G. Godfrey and Partners (Industrial), Ltd.), 297*
  • — Roots, for Graf and Stift Oil Engine, 2* Boat, Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Boat, Submarine. See Warships
  • Bodies of Revolution, Vibrations of, 409*
  • Bogie, Four-Wheel, for 625-b.h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotive, 172*
  • — Locomotive, Invention of, 457, 488
  • Boiler Availability Committee, Work for, 505
  • — ?— Effect of Use of High-Ash Coal in, 188,
  • 189, 214. See LETTER, 276
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, Experimental, for Bir
  • mingham University, 51
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, North Tees “ C ” Power
  • Station, 112*
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, for H.M. Ships, Testing
  • of 116, 286. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, S.S. “ Kenya,” 393*,
  • 438*
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, S.S. “ Velutina,” 642*
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, Uskmouth Power
  • Station, 48
  • — Control Panel (Combustion Engineering As
  • sociation), 107*
  • — Explosion, Guildford Power Station, Report
  • on, 749
  • — Feed Pump. See Pump
  • — Firing Experiments at Fuel Research Sta
  • tion, 505*
  • — Foster Wheeler, for H.M. Ships, Testing of,
  • 116, 286. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • — Furnaces. See Stoker
  • — Gas-Fired, for Central Heating by Hot
  • Water, Standard Code, 207
  • — Investigations by Fuel Research Board, 657
  • — Lancashire, with Smoke Elimination Doors,
  • 505*
  • — and Marine Machinery, Survey of (Review),
  • 133
  • — Plant for District Heating of Housing
  • Estates, 410*
  • — for Using High-Ash Coal, 188, 189, 214.
  • See LETTER, 276
  • — — High-Pressure, for Ships, 86
  • at Industrial Power Exhibition, Glasgow. (Combustion Engineering Association), 106*
  • Littlewood “ C ” Power Station, 80*
  • — — Model (Water Tube Boiler Makers’ As
  • sociation), 106
  • Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon- Tyne, 683*, 691
  • West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77*
  • — Stirling, Guildford Power Station, Explosion
  • from, 749
  • — and Turbine Testing, 17,116, 285, 299, 349*,
  • 382*. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • — Water Tube, Makers’ Association, Model
  • Boiler Plant, 106
  • — See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Bolt Blanks, Electric Heater for (Asea Electric, Ltd.), 321*
  • — Screws, Nuts and Washers, B.A., Specifica
  • tion, 47
  • Nuts and Washers, Hexagon, Specification, 440
  • Bombing Aeroplane. See Aeroplane under AeronawZics
  • Bonded Deposits in Boilers Using High-Ash Coal, 188,189, 214. See LETTER, 276
  • Bone, V. W., the Late, 500
  • Books, New, Notes on, 29, 160, 256, 288, 320, 352, 413, 448, 480, 575, 608, 640, 736, 800. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Received, 32, 64, 96,120,143,192, 224, 255,
  • 288, 320, 384, 416, 448, 480, 512, 544, 576, 608, 640, 672, 704, 736, 768, 800, 827
  • Booth, H. C., Invention of Vacuum Cleaner, 51 Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Bosenquet, C. H., on Freedom to Measure; Yards or Metres, 52
  • Boughton, E. M. W„ the Late, 366
  • Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd., P. Ill Research Aircraft, 353*
  • Bournemouth Corporation Omnibus Garage with Concrete Shell Roof, 588*
  • Bowden, Dr. F. P., on Friction and Surface Damage of Non-Metallic Solids, 797. See 694, 724
  • Box Tunnel on Great Western Railway, 600
  • Boyd, G. M., on Assessment of Notch Ductility by Various Tests, 723, 745, 796
  • Boys, Glasgow, Study of (Review), 721
  • Boyse, C. 6., on Radio Masts and Towers, 168 “ Brabazon ” Air Liner, Flights by, 115 Bradbury, C. H., on Measurement and Interpretation of Machinery Noise. 755
  • Brady, G. W., on Propellers for High Powers and Transonic Speeds, 341
  • Bragg, A. L., on Freedom to Measure; Yards or Metres, 52
  • Brain, R. C., on Dynamometer for Torque and Thurst Due to Drilling, 487*
  • Brake Investigation by Motor Industry Research Association, 716*
  • — See also Dynamometer
  • Braking, Dynamic, of . Steam, Diesel and Gas- Turbine Locomotives, 433
  • Brand, Sir II., the Late, 84
  • Brass for British Railways, Standardisation of, 553
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Manganese-Aluminium, Intergranular Sea
  • son-Cracking in, 29*
  • Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools, Ltd., Gas-Fired Furnaces for Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields, Ltd., 618*
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Brick Bridge, over Railway, Demolition by Explosives, 699*
  • — Fire. See Refractory Materials Brickmaking Research by London Brick Co., 55 Bridge, Brick, over Railway, Demolition by
  • Explosives, 699*
  • — Castle, over River Severn, at Shrewsbury,
  • 780*
  • — Construction by I. K. Brunel, 599*, 633?
  • See LETTER, 692
  • — Foot, Cantilever, Prestressed Concrete,
  • Shrewsbury, 780
  • — Highway, Welded Deck (Review), 355
  • — Mytongate, Hull, Automatic Dummy-
  • Operating Gear For, 534*
  • — Use of Prestressed-Concrete for, 707*
  • — Road, over River Tagus, Portugal, 801*
  • Bridge, Royal Albert, over River Tamar, Construction of, 633*
  • — Structures for Los Angeles “ Freeway ”
  • Road System, 196*
  • — See also Viaduct and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Brighton, Anglo-American Aeronautical Conference. See Aeronautical Conference, Anglo-American, Brighton
  • Brinell Tests, See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., Flights by “ Brabazon ” Air Liner, 115 ; “ Bristol ” 171 Mark 3 Freighter Aircraft, 393*; “ Bristol ” Freighter Loaded with Bristol HelicoDter, 393*; “Bristol” Monoplane of 1913, 537*; 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine
  • Alternator Set for Royal Navy, 609*
  • — Port of, Motor Survey Launch “ Research ”
  • for, 798*
  • Bristow, C. A., on Conservation of Metals, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous, 553. See 596
  • Britain’s Fuel Problems, 476*, 505*
  • Britax (London), Ltd., Petrol Engine for Bicycle, 648
  • British Aircraft Constructors, Society of, Flying Display and Static Exhibition, Farnborough Aerodrome, 342*, 353*, 391*

British Association:

  • Officers for 1952-53, 653
  • Edinburgh Meeting :
  • Programme, 96
  • Use of Television at, 177, 203
  • Laureation Ceremonial, 212
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 212
  • Presidential Address by Duke of Edinburgh on British Contribution to Science and Technology in Past Hundred Years, 182. See 177, 212
  • Alleged Need for Change of Policy, 309
  • Section G (Engineering):
  • Reports of Discussions, 213, 244, 276. See LETTER, 309
  • Visits and Excursions, 214, 277
  • Use of High-Ash Coal in Electricity Supply Industry, by Dr. A. A. Taylor, 188. See 214
  • Design of Large Boiler Plant for Using High-Ash Coal, by W. G. Marskell, 189. See 214. See LETTER, 276
  • Water Turbines for Hydro-Electric Schemes, by R. W. Weeks and A. Feiner, 185*, 217*. See 213. See LETTER,404
  • Printing in Edinburgh, by A. G. Curr, 214 Presidential Address by Sir C. Gibb on Two Thousand Years of Engineering, 219. See 214
  • Heat Transfer During Condensation of Steam, by H. Hampson, 221*. See 244. See Erratum, 248
  • Developments of High-Voltage Power Transmission with Particular Reference to Hydro-Electric Projects, by T. G. N. Haldane, 249*. See 245
  • Recent Developments in Methods of Proportioning Contra-Flow Heat Exchange Apparatus, by C. E. Iliffe, 252. See 244
  • Hydro-Electric Schemes—Modem Trends in Civil Engineering, by T. A. L. Paton, 253. See 213
  • Some Features of Behaviour of Thin- Walled Structural Members in Compression. by Dr. A. H. Chilver, 281*. See 278
  • Note on Construction and Preliminary Experiments on Model of Aberdeen Harbour, by J. D. Lawson, 283*. See 279
  • Electrical Aspects of Modern Hydro- Electric Developments in Scotland, by T. Lawrie, 313*. See 276
  • Cantilever Sheet Piling of Cohesionless Soil, by Dr. P. W. Rowe, 316*. See 279
  • Heat Treated Concrete, by P. Clarkson, 345*. See 279
  • Measurement of Microwave Power by Radiation Pressure, bv Dr. A. L. Cullen, 377*. See 278
  • Theory of Imperfection for Vibrations of Elastic Bodies of Revolution, by Dr. S. A. Tobias, 409*. See 278
  • Joint Discussion, Section G (Engineering) and Section B (Chemistry) on Metals and Alloys :
  • Modern Alloys, by Prof. A. G. Quarrell, 343, 378. See 277. See LETTER, 371
  • Strength of Metals, by Prof. A. H. Cottrell, 332. See 277
  • Brittle Fracture of Mild Steel, by T. S. Robertson, 445*. See 277. See LETTER, 371
  • Chemistry of Metal Extraction, by Dr. F. D. Richardson, 569*. See 277
  • Section L (Education):
  • Presidential Acldress by Sir H. Hetherington on The Broader Outlook, 210 British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education, Training in Two Crafts, 568. See LETTER, 596
  • — Broadcasting Corporation, Television Ser
  • vice of, 40; Prefabricated Television Studio, 159, 275, 311; Annual Report, 370; Holme Moss Television Station, Opening of, 459* ; Broadcast Warnings of Electricity Cuts, 530
  • — Cast Iron Research Association, Annual
  • Report, 796
  • — Coal Utilisation Research Association,
  • Model of Col<e-Fired» Down-Jet Furnace, 107*
  • —- Columbia, “Closed Shop” Policy in, 274
  • — Contribution to Science and Technology,
  • 177, 182, 212
  • to Television Convention, 1952, 755
  • — Council, Lectures on Technical Training in
  • United Kingdom, 52; Annual Report of,
  • British Electricity Authority, Carmarthen Bay Power Station, 16*; Uskmouth Power Station, 48* ; West Ham “ B ” Power
  • Station, 76* ; Littlebrook “ C ” Power
  • Station, 80* ; North Tees “ C ” Power
  • Station, 112*; Plymouth “ B ” Power, Station, 144* ; Use of High-Ash Coal by 188, 189, 214. See LETTER, 276; Electricity Supply Position, 209; Failure of Supply in North-West England, 339; Annual Report, 465; Work of, 508*;
  • Broadcast Warnings of Electricity Cuts, 530 ; Bankside Power Station, 624* ; Power Station Programme, 723; Guildford Power Station Boiler Explosion, 749 British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Work of Greenford Laboratories, 585*, 615*; Report on Arc-Form and Movement in Air-Blast Circuit-Breaker, 711*, 743*
  • — Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Asso
  • ciation, Tractive Resistance of Trolley ’Buses, 256*
  • British Equipment Co., Ltd., Portable Planer for Wood, 296*
  • British European Airways Corporation, Annual
  • Report, 267; Engineering Problems in Aircraft Operations, 341
  • British Federal Welder and Machine Co., Ltd.,
  • Flash Butt-Welder for Steel Strip, 820*
  • — Foundrymen, Institute of, Williams Lecture
  • on Properties of Materials and Engineering Uses of Cast Metals, by Dr. R. W. Bailey, 29*
  • — Gear Manufacturers Association, Some
  • Unknowns in Gear Design, by Dr. H. E. Merritt, 734, 736. See LETTER, 789
  • British India Steam Navigation Co., Completion of Twin-Screw Passenger S.S. “ Kenya,” 82 ; Detailed Description of
  • S.S. “ Kenya,” 393*, 438*
  • — Industries, Federation of. See Federation Wonderful Story of (Review), 721
  • — Instrument Industries Exhibition, Olympia,
  • 9*, 43*, 103*
  • British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd., Cables and Conductors, 289
  • British Insulated Callenders’ Construction Co., Ltd., Masts for Holme Moss Television Station, 460*
  • — Internal-Combustion Engine Research Asso
  • ciation, Fuel-Flow Meter, 103* ; Obtaining Pressure Diagrams of Internal-Combustion Engines, by A. J. Cornish and W. P. Mansfield, 806*
  • — Iron and Steel Research Association, Wire-
  • Drawing Die Profilometer, 9*; Differential-Pressure Meter for Open-Hearth Furnace, 10
  • and Steel Federation, Statistics of Iron and Steel Industry in United Kingdom and Overseas Countries, 529
  • British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., “ Ace ” Longwall Coal Cutter, 33* ; 26-in. Top-Loading Coal-Face Belt Conveyor, 33*
  • — Navy. See H.M. under Warships
  • — Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association,
  • Welding with Aluminium Bronzes, by E. C. Mantle, 443*
  • British Overseas Airways Corporation, Annual Report, 267
  • British Periclase Co., Ltd., Prestressed- Concrete Tanks at Palliser Works of, 235* British Portland Cement Manufacturers, Ltd.,
  • Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97*
  • — Railways, Capital Expenditure on, 18;
  • British Transport Commission, Report on Accounts and Statistics, 50; Mixed- Traffic 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, 138*; M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 139*; Level Gangway at Holyhead Harbour, 395*; Derailment at Weedon, 403, 430, 437; Mechanical Vibrator for Sieving, 429*; Electrification, Alternating versus Direct Current Schemes, 436; Standard 12-ton Covered Goods Van, 493* ; Economy by Standardisation of Non-Ferrous Metals, 553, 596, 626; Permanent-Way Mechanised Equipment Exhibition, 563;
  • Engineering Works on, 635; Trials of Single-Phase Traction at 50 Cycles, 659; Demolition of Bridge by Explosives, 699* ; Accidents in 1950, 722 ; Winter Weather Arrangements, 723; 1,600-h.p. Coal-
  • ’ Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 793*; Diesel Shunting Engines for, 816
  • — Road Federation,’on Need for Improved
  • Roads in Midlands and South West, 467 ?— Scientific Instrument Research Association,
  • Constant Direct-Control Source, 104*
  • — Shipbuilding Research Association, Resis
  • tance Experiments on “ Lucy Ashton,” 17, 41, 121*, 153*
  • — — See Shipbuilding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • — Standards Institution. See Standards
  • — Television Service, Development of, 40
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Transport Commission, Annual Report of
  • Accounts and Statistics, 50; Report on Passenger Transport in Glasgow, 692; Development of London Tube Railways, 779
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Gas- Turbine Alternator for M.S. “ Auris,” 307; Spot-Welding Machine Control Equipment, 323*; High-Speed Photo- Electric Counter, 323* ; 2,000-kW Forced- Cooled Resistor, 384*; 60-MW TurboAlternator, 624*; 400-kW Turbo-
  • Generator, 643*
  • — Welding Research Association, Annual
  • Report, 178
  • Bucket Conveyor. See Conveyor
  • — Gas-Turbine, Measurement of Stresses in,
  • 761*
  • — for Pelton-Wheel Turbine, 185*. See
  • LETTER, 404
  • Buckling of Thin-Walled Structural Members, 281*
  • Building Construction, Concrete Blocks and Machines for. See Concrete
  • See also Concrete, Reinforced, and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Exhibition, Olympia, 692
  • Building Kiln, -of Pre-Cast Concrete Units, 670*
  • — Research in Australia, 564
  • Board, Annual Report, 785
  • — Work, Ministry of Works’ Report, 307
  • for North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, 313
  • — Use of Prestressed-Concrete for, 707*
  • Buist, J. M., on Abrasion and Wear of Rubber, ,790
  • Bull’s Metal and Melloid Co., Ltd., Yoker Works of, 717*
  • Burmeister and Wain, M.S. “ Nicoline Maersk,” 171*
  • Business and Public Affairs, Facts, Files and Action in (Review), 771
  • Butlin, K. R., on Investigations in Underground Corrosion, 786
  • Butterley Co., Ltd., 40-ton Electrically- Driven Press, 260*
  • Buttler, M. W., on Surface Stresses in Ingot Moulds, 741
  • Brittle Fracture of Metals, Due to Phosphorus aDd Nitrogen, 502*, 540*
  • of Mild Steel, Investigations on, 278, 445*. See LETTER, 371
  • of Ship Plates, Investigations on, 690 of Steel Plates, 723, 745, 796
  • Broadcast Warnings of Electricity Cuts, 566* Brockworth Engineering, Ltd.* “ Sapphire ”
  • Axial Turbojet Aeroplane Engine, 391*
  • Broeze, Prof. J. J., on Chemical Cause of Wear, 724
  • Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd., 60-ton All- Welded Press Brake, 84*; Eleven-Roll Plate-Levelling Machine, 397*
  • Bronze for British Railways, Standardisation of, 553
  • — Welding by Gas, Specification, 671
  • Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Automatic Stator-
  • Rotor Starter for Electric Motor, 364*
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Portable Air Compressor, 290
  • Brown, D., Corporation, Ltd., 25-5-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Diesel Engine, 292*
  • Brown, D., Tractors, Ltd., “Cropmaster” 45-h.p. Diesei-Engined Agricultural Tractor, 53* ; “ Trackmaster” 45-h.p. Diesel- Engined Agricultural Tractor, 53* ; One- Way Two-Furrow Plough, 118* ; Two- Row Cabbage Planter, 118*
  • Brown, J., and Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 139*; 500 and 1,000-h.p. Coal-Fired Gas Turbine, with Air Heater, 793*; Centenary of Clydebank Shipyard, 817
  • Brownrigg, W. (1711-1800), Chemical-Engineering Work of, 91
  • Bruce Peebles and Co., Ltd., 13,333-kVA Alternator, 130* ; 2,000-kVA 33/11/0-433- kV Transformer, 134*
  • Bruckner, Prof. W. H., on Cleavage Fractures of Ship Plates, 690
  • Brunel, I. K., Shipbuilding by, 11, 25*; Work on Great Western Railway, 599*, 533*. See LETTER, 192
  • Brunt, Dr. N. A., on Abrasion Resistance of Paints, 758
  • Brushing Machine, Twin-Head (B. O. Morris, Ltd.), 800*
  • Bylander and Waddell, Heavy Forge Shop for Hadfields, Ltd., 616*
  • CABBAGE Planter, Two-Row (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 118*
  • Cables, for Prestressed-Concrete Cantilever Footbridge, Shrewsbury, 780*
  • — for Prestressed-Concrete Structures, 676*,
  • 707*
  • — See also Electric
  • Cadell, Air Comdre. C. S., on Forty Years’ Progress in Air Radio, 151
  • Caisson, Reinforced-Concrete, for Pier 57, New York, 211
  • Concrete, over River Tagus, 801*
  • California Institute of Technology, Investigation on Heat Transfer in Rocket Power Plants, 341
  • — Pittsburg, Cold-Reduction Sheet Mill, 769*
  • — State Division of Highways, Los Angeles
  • “ Freeway ” Road System, 196*
  • Cambridge, Royal Agricultural Society Show, 20*, 53*, 73*, 117*, 148*
  • — University, Investigation on Friction and
  • Surface Damage of Non-Metals, 797
  • “ Campania,” Festival Exhibition Ship, 266
  • Canada, 240-MW Electric Power Station, Windsor, Ontario, 668*
  • — Iron and Steel Production in, 519
  • — Mobile Television Station for (Marconi’s
  • Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 638*
  • — Nickel Production in, 816
  • Canadian Engineering Graduates, Athlone Fellowship Awards to, 395
  • — Market, Electrical Equipment for, Stan
  • dards Approval Procedure, 275
  • — Pacific Railway, Diesel Locomotives on, 315 Canal for Jordan Valley Irrigation Schemes,
  • 481*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Canberra ” P.R. Mark 3 Bomber, 391*
  • Cannock Wood Colliery, Turntable for Colliery Tubs, 416*
  • Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge
  • Capacity. See Electric
  • Capital, Industrial, Effect of Inflation on, 659 Capsules, Hydraulic Load-Measuring, Macklow- Smith, Use in M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 153* Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • — Rail. See Carriages, Railway
  • Carbide Phase in Iron-Carbon-Silicon Alloys, 695, 709
  • Carbon Dioxide Recorder, Testing of, 505*
  • — in Silicon-Iron Alloys, Metallography of, 708
  • Carbonisation Investigation at Fuel Research Station, 477
  • Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cargo-Handling Co-ordination Committee, International, Proposed Formation, 467
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Carmarthen. Bay Power Station, 16*
  • •Carnegie Institution of Washington, Annual Report on Terrestrial Magnetism (Review), 419
  • Carr, J. L., the Late, 622
  • Carr, T. H., on Boiler and Turbine Testing, 436. See 17, 116, 285, 299, 349*, 382*. See LETTER, 436
  • Carriage, Railway, for Indian Railways (Birmingham Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.), 168*
  • Railcar for Use of Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 499, 521, 545, 583*
  • Cartridge Starter for “ Nene ” Turbo-Jet Engine (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 819*
  • Cartwright, W. F., on Mechanical Engineering in Iron and Steel Industry, 234
  • Casing of Naval Steam Turbines, Behaviour During Trials, 350*
  • — for Reaction Hydraulic Turbines, 186*.
  • See LETTER, 404
  • — Scroll, for 12-MW Francis Hydraulic
  • Turbines, 129*
  • — for 60-MW Steam Turbine (C. A. Parsons &
  • Co., Ltd.), 160*
  • Cass Technical Institute. See Sir John Cass
  • Cast Iron, Alloy, Development of, 378
  • Columns, E. Hodgkinson’s 1840 Testing Machine for, 30*
  • Graphite in, Crystal Structure of, 695 for Ingot Moulds, Symposium on, 710, 741
  • Pipes, Buried, Corrosion of, 786
  • Research Association, British, Annual Report, 796
  • Castelli, S., Concrete Oil-Storage Tank, 108*
  • Casting, Carbon-Steel, for Surface Hardening, Specification, 440
  • — Sand, Mode of Solidification of, 422
  • — Steel, Engineering Uses of, 29*
  • Castle Bridge over River Severn at Shrewsbury, 780*
  • Catalogues. See Trade Publications
  • Catalytic Cracking Agent, Plant for Producing (J. Crosfield and Sons, Ltd.), 749
  • Plant, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — Process for Removal of Sulphur from Town
  • Gas, 667*
  • Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor
  • Cathode-Ray Oscillograph, High-Speed, 615* Tubes, Aluminium-Backed Screens for, 63
  • Causeway Works, Staines, of Petters, Ltd., 747* Caustic-Soda Wash Process for Sulphur Recovery, 182
  • Cavitation, Propeller, Photography at Sea of, 729*
  • “ C.C.” Gear for Aircraft Machine Guns. Development of, 603*. See LETTER, 789
  • Cement and Concrete Association, Symposium on Prestressed-Concrete Statically Indeterminate Structures, 676*, 707*
  • — Investigations by Building Research Board,
  • 786
  • — Mortar Lining of Water Mains, Machine
  • for (Centriline Corporation), 432*. See ADDENDUM, 500
  • — Works, Dust Emission from, 113
  • at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97*
  • — See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX Centenary of John Brown and Co., Ltd.,
  • Clydebank Shipyard, 817
  • — of Cross-Channel Submarine Telegraphy, 403
  • — of J. A. D’Arsonval, Celebration of, 816
  • — of Royal School of Mines- 499
  • — of P. W. Willans, 598*, 685
  • — of Yacht “ America,” 1851, 243
  • — See also Bicentenary
  • Central African Council, Report on Kariba Gorge and Kafue River Hydro-Electric. Projects, 49
  • Central Electrical Co. (Colchester), Ltd., Electrical Equipment for Bucket Dredger, 811
  • — Heating from Atomic Pile, 653 Centralians, Old, Annual Dinner, 627
  • Centrifugal Pumps.. See Pumps
  • Centriline Corporation, Machine for Cement- Mortar Lining of Water Mains, 432. See ADDENDUM, 500
  • Centring, Sectional Steel, “ Hico ” (Blaw Knox, Ltd.), 684*
  • Ceylon Government Railways, 625-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 172* ; Annual Report, 205
  • Chadwick, R., on Wrought Aluminium-Zinc- Magnesium Alloys, 455
  • Chain Clutch (Renold and Coventry Chain Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • — Track Tractor. See Tractor
  • Chalk Treatment Plant, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97*
  • “ Challenger ” 50-b.h.p. Diesel Crawler Tractor, 673*
  • Chance Brothers, Ltd., versus Farquhar, 594. See LETTER, 661
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Channel Section, Thin-Walled, Behaviour in Compression, 281*
  • Chapman, William (1749-1832), His Locomotives of 1812-15, 457, 488
  • Charlton, T. M., on Generalised Co-ordinates in Vibration Problems, 276; on Critical Loads on Struts, 788. See LETTER, 629 Cheadle Heath, Stockport, Simon Engineering Group, Research and Development Centre, 19, 75*
  • Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
  • — Causes of Wear, 724
  • — Engineers, Early, Memorials to, 91
  • Institution of, Presidential Address by Prof. D. M. Newitt on Memorials of Early Chemical Engineers, 91
  • — Engineering, Higher National Certificate
  • for, 531
  • Operations (Review), 516
  • — Industry, Society of, Annual Meeting
  • Programme, 19
  • Training of Engineers for, 201
  • — Laboratory, Research Centre of Simon
  • Engineering Group, 19, 75*
  • — — Rubber Research Station, Delft, 694*
  • — Research Laboratory, Teddington, Work of,
  • 371
  • — Thermodynamics (Review), 675
  • — Works, Chief Inspector’s Annual Report, 113
  • Chemistry, British Contribution to, 182
  • — of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — in Metal Extraction, 278, 569*
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 563
  • — Royal Institute of, Beilby Memorial
  • Awards, 371
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Chesters, Dr. J. H., on Advances in British
  • Open-Hearth Furnaces, 373
  • Chilver, Dr. A. H., on Thin-Walled Structural
  • Members in Compression, 281*. See 278 Chimneys, Prevention of Emission from, 7 Chingford South Reservoir, London Water
  • Supply, Opening of, 307
  • Chippendale, R. A., on Image Converters in
  • High-Speed Photography, 64
  • Chippings and Stone for Roads, Specification, 440
  • Chloride Batteries, Ltd., Battery-Charging Equipment, 603*
  • — Polyvinyl Film and Sheeting, Flexible,
  • Specification, 603
  • Christiani and Nielsen, Ltd., Jetty for Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 385*
  • Christopheison, Prof. D. G., on Determination of Critical Loads of Struts, 629. See LETTER,788
  • Christy and Norris, Ltd., Hammer-Mill for
  • Feeding Stuffs, 136
  • Chronometer, Marine, Tests at Abinger Observatory, 310
  • Chung, Dr. S. Y., on Cup-Drawing from Flat Blanks, 723
  • Cin6 Theodolite, Use in M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 153*
  • Cinema and Exhibition Hall, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 644
  • Cinema-Television, Ltd., Metal-Detecting Equipment, 135; Televiison at British Association Meeting, 203
  • Circular Saws. See Saws under AfaeAine Tools Cisterns, Galvanised-Steel, Specification, 512 City and Guilds of London Institute, Courses for Instrument Maintenance Mechanics, 216; Election of Duke of Edinburgh as President, 403
  • — of London Corporation versus W. Cory &
  • Son, Ltd., 147
  • “ Ciudad de Medellin,” M.S., 127* Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Forrest Lecture on Insolved Problems in Engineering, LETTERS, 19, 83
  • Annual Dinner, 499
  • Presentation of Kelvin Medal to Dr. T. von Karman, 595
  • Presidential Address by A. S. Quarter- maine on Work of I. K. Brunel, 599*, 633*. See 595. See LETTER, 692 Civil Engineers, Practical Training of, 201 University Training of, 791, 821 Civil Engineering Hall, Exhibition of Industrial
  • Power, Glasgow, 166*
  • in Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213, 253 Unsolved Problems in, 19. See LETTER, 83
  • Work, Ministry of Works’ Report, 307 Clark, R. H., on Pinchbeck Marsh Pumping Station, 693*
  • Clarke, Chapman <t Co., Ltd., Electrically- Driven Winch, 362* ; Hydraulic Winch, 362* ; “ Hydropulsion ” Pump, 362*
  • Clarkson, P., on Heat-Treated Concrete, 345*. See 279
  • Classical Mechanics (Review). 388
  • Clay Excavator, Cement Works at Shoreham- by-Sea, 97*
  • — Fire. See Fireclay; Refractory Materials Clayton Fellowships and Grants, Awards, 179
  • — Lecture on Condensers of Vapours and
  • Vapour Mixtures, 339
  • Cleaner, Vacuum, Jubilee of Invention, 51 Cleaning of Coal, Investigations by Fuel
  • Research Station, 477
  • — Machines for Concrete Road Joints
  • (Expandite, Ltd.), 368*
  • Clements, F„ the Late, 403. See LETTER, 468 Cleveland and Northern Counties, Notes from,
  • 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 270, 302, 334, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 812. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Clifford Aero and Auto, Ltd., Rotary Cultivator with Mowing Attachment, 758*
  • Clifton, A. N., on Problems of Transonic Flight, 685
  • Climate. See Meteorological
  • Clutch, Chain (Renold and Coventry Chain Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • — Friction, Self-Ventilated, for Diesel-Mech
  • anical Locomotive, 365*
  • Clydebank Shipyard, Centenary of, 817 CO2. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal Cleaning by Froth Flotation, 491* Use of Slurry from, 189, 214
  • — Consumption in Electric Power Stations, 508 and Electricity Supply Industry, 637
  • — — by Gas Industry, 753 See also Trials
  • — Conveyor, “Python” 30-in. (H. Wood &
  • Co., Ltd.), 33*
  • — — Tail-Ends for (R. Sutcliffe, Ltd.), 34* 26-in. Top-Loading (British Jeffrey
  • Diamond, Ltd.), 33*
  • — Cutter-Loader, “ Meco-Moore,” 34*
  • Longwall, “ Ace ” (British Jeffrey-
  • Diamond, Ltd.), 33*
  • — Economy. See Fuel; Pulverised Fuel
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Handling Plant, West Ham “ B ” Power
  • Station, 77*
  • — High-Ash, Design of Boilers for, 189, 214.
  • See LETTER, 276
  • Ash, Use in Power Stations, 188, 214.
  • See LETTER, 276
  • — Loader, “ Samson ” (Mavor and Coulson,
  • Ltd.), 34*
  • — Mine. See CoZZiery
  • — Production and Utilisation in Great
  • Britain, 476*
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Fuel
  • — Pulveriser. Atritor, Cement Works at
  • Shoreham-by-Sea, 101*
  • Coal, Small, Theory of Sampling of, 452*. See LETTERS, 692, 756
  • — Supplies and Electricity Supply, 209
  • — Transport and Electric Power Transmission
  • Costs, 250*
  • — Underground Gasification of, Experiments
  • with, 795, 823*
  • — Utilisation Joint Council; Annual Report,
  • 179
  • Research Association, British, Model of Coke-Fired Down-Jet Furnace, 107*
  • — Washing Plant, Development Centre, Simon
  • Engineering Group, 19, 75*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coates, R. c., on Solving Beam Problems by Relaxation Methods, 456*. See LETTER, 756
  • Cockcroft, Sir J., on High-Energy Nucleons and Quanta, 595; Award of Nobel Prize for Physics to, 659
  • Codes of Practice,. Standard. See Standards
  • Coke Investigations at Fuel Research Station, 477
  • — Oven, Experimental, Development Centre,
  • Simon Engineering Group, 19, 76*
  • Gas, Recovery of Sulphur from, 180
  • — Production by Gas Works, 753
  • Colburn, Prof. A. P., on Condensers of Vapours and Vapour Mixtures, 339
  • Colclough, Dr. T. P,, on Iron Ore: World Demand and Resources, 519
  • Collector, Dust, for Use when Machining Magnesium-Alloys (Dallow, Lambert and Co., Ltd.), 480*
  • College. See Education
  • Colliery, British, Engineering Progress in, 1851- 1951, 232
  • — Early Use of Locomotives in, 457, 488
  • — Roof Supports, Mobile Hydraulic Press for
  • Bending (Finlay Conveyor Co., Ltd.), 35*
  • — Tubs, Turntable for, 416*
  • — See also Mines and CoaZ
  • Collisions. See AccuZenZs
  • Colombia, M.S., “ Ciudad de Medellin ” for, 127*
  • Colorimeter, “ Physical Eye ” and Spectrophotometer (General Electric Co., Ltd,), 105*
  • Colour Scheme for Identification of Aluminium Casting Alloys, 796
  • Columbia Steel Co., Cold-Reduction Sheet Mill, Pittsburg, California, 769*
  • Column, Atmospheric, and Vacuum Tower, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — Cast-Iron, E. Hodgkinson’s (1840) Testing
  • Machine for, 30*
  • — Fractionating, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley,
  • 386*
  • — Prestressed-Concrete, Stresses in, 678*
  • — See also Struts
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests {Materials) Combustion Chamber, Coal-Burning, for Gas Furnace, 728*, 793*
  • for 1,000-kW Gas Turbine Alternator Set for Royal Navy; 609*
  • -— — for Gas Turbine, Investigations by Fuel Research Board, 657
  • “ Vortex,” for Pulverised-Coal Burning, 505*
  • — Engineering Association, Boiler Plant at
  • Industrial Power Exhibition, Glasgow, 106* ; Boiler Control Panel, 107* ; Direct- Acting Feed Pump., 107* ; Conference on Fuel and Power Shortage, Programme, 329 ; Opening Proceedings, 467
  • — Mechanism Investigations at Ijmuiden,
  • Holland, 705* •
  • — of Peat, Experiments in, 824
  • — Processes, Properties of Gases of, 347*, 379*
  • — See also Fuel; Gases
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, Tank Lorry for Fuelling, 577*
  • Comet Pump and Engineering Co., Ltd., Pump for Raw Massecuite, 297*
  • Commer Cars, Ltd., Improvements in Commercial Vehicles, 124*
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Commercial Aviation. See AeronauZtcs
  • — Motor Cars. See AfoZor
  • Commonwealth, Fuel Research in, Proposals for, 439
  • .— Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Investigation on Gear-Tooth Undulations, 373* ; Annual Report, 564, 613. See Erratum, 603
  • — See also Australia
  • Communication, Radio, Transatlantic,, 50th Anniversary of, 723
  • Compactors Engineering, Ltd., Concrete Vibrators, 32*
  • Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX.
  • Comparator, Mechanical Vertical (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 85*
  •  :— Pneumatic, of High Sensitivity, 414* Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Stress. See Tests {Materials) Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor
  • — Ammonia, Twin (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 407* Concrete, Heat Treated, Investigations on, 345*
  • — Investigations by Building Research Board,
  • 786
  • — Oil-Storage Tank, 108*
  • — Prestressed, Use in Cantilever Footbridge,
  • Shrewsbury, 780*
  • Use in Garage with Concrete Shell Roof, 588*
  • Lee-McCall System of (McCall’s Macalloy, Ltd.), 167
  • “ Preload ” System; 396*
  • Statically-lndeterminate Structures, Symposium on, 676*, 707*
  • Tanks, Palliser Works, Hartlepool, 235*
  • — Reinforced, Association, Memorandum on
  • Stresses in Steel Bars for Reinforcement, 725
  • Stresses in Steel Bars for, 755
  • — Reservoir Tank, Prestressed by “ Preload ”
  • System, 396*
  • —• Road, Demonstration of Machines for Maintenance of Joints, 368*
  • — Structures and Corrosion, 775*
  • — Tests of, with Electrical-Resistance Strain
  • Gauges, 356*. See LETTERS, 468*, 531, 596, 788
  • Concrete, Units, Pre-Cast, Use in Kiln Building, 670*
  •  ?— Vibrators (Compactors Engineering, Ltd.), 32*
  • — - See alsoPARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Concreting Plant for Hydro-Electric Schemes,
  • 254
  • Condensation of Steam, Heat Transfer During, 221*, 244. See Erratum, 248
  • Condenser, Degassing (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 361*
  • — Marine, S.S. “ Velutina,” 643
  • — Sorting Equipment, Automatic (Telegraph
  • Condenser Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • — Surface, Aluminium Tubes for, 596
  • — of Vapours and Vapour Mixtures, Researches
  • on, 339
  •  ?— See also Electric
  • Conductivity, See Electric
  • Conference, Aeronautical, Anglo-American, Brighton. See Aeronautical Conference, Anglo-American, Brighton
  • — Annecy, on Electric Railway Traction, 499,
  • 521*, 545*, 583*
  • — Blackpool, National Smoke Abatement
  • Society, Programme, 371; 430. See
  • LETTER, 564
  • — and Exhibitions, Forthcoming, 128, 279,
  • 407, 535, 695, 821
  • — on Fuel and Power Shortage, Programme,
  • 329 ; Opening Proceedings, 467
  • — on Heat Transfer, Programme, 96, 339;
  • Dinner, 371
  • — International, on Abrasion and Wear. See
  • Rubber Research Foundation, Dutch
  • — on Automatic Control, Arrangements for, 51
  • of Manufacturers, New York, Arrangements for, 627
  • of Naval Architects and Marine Engi- . neers. See NawaZ Architects and Marine Engineers, International Conference of
  • Ship Tank Superintendents,' Washington, 437
  • — Joint Engineering, London. See Engineering
  • Conference, London
  • Congress, International, on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Turkey, Arrangements for, 632
  • — Mining and Metallurgical, Empire, 1949,
  • Proceedings of (Review), 388
  • — of Naval Engineers, International, Ostend.
  • See Naval Engineers, International Congress of
  • — of Refrigeration, International, London, 275,
  • 307
  • — Welding, International, London, 115 Connecting Rod for Oil Engine, Developments
  • in, 490*, 541*
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pulverised Fuel
  • Consolidated Vultee Hydrodynamics Laboratory, Radio-Controlled Seaplane Model, 341, 441*, 478*
  • Constantinesco, G., on Constantinesco Fire Control, 789. See 603*
  • Consultant-Inspector’s Role in Railway Work,
  • 562
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Annual Report, 435
  • Contracts, 47, 79, 111, 143, 175, 207, 239, 271, 303, 335, 367, 429, 472, 511, 556, 636, 653, 688, 768. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Anticipatory Breach of, 147
  • Control, Automatic, International Conference
  • on, Arrangements for, 51
  • — Board, Grudie Bridge Power Plant, 131*
  • — Desk, Holme Moss Television Station, 460*
  • — by Electrical Servo-Mechanisms, 825
  • — Equipment, Electronic, Industrial (Elcon-
  • trol Ltd.), 104
  • for Open-Hearth Furnaces, Increased Use, 373
  • — Liquid-Level, Magnetic (Bayham, Ltd.),
  • 261*
  • — Orders, Ministry of Supply. See Industries
  • and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Panel, Boiler (Combustion Engineering
  • Association), 107*
  • — Remote and Supervisory, of Electrical Sys
  • tems, 699
  • — Room, West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77*
  • — System for Visitors to South Bank Exhibi
  • tion, 55
  • — Unit, “ Velonic,” for Electric Motor (Lau
  • rence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd.), 264* Controllers, Electric Motor. See AZoZors, Electric
  • — Temperature, Sensitive (A. J. Amsler and Co.),
  • 203*
  • “ Convair ” XF-92A Delta-Wing Aeroplane, 341, 479*
  • “ Convair ” XP5Y-1 High-Speed Propeller- Turbine Seaplane, 341, 442*, 478*
  • “ Convair ” XB-46 Jet-Propelled Bombing Aeroplane, 341, 442*
  • Convention, International, for Safety of Life at Sea, 1952, 788
  • — Television, 1952, Programme, 371; British
  • Contribution to, 755 '
  • Converter for Electrical Measurement of Mechanical Quantities (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 300*
  • — Image, in High-Speed Photography, 64 Conveyor, Belt, Coal-Face, 26-in. Top-Loading
  • (British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd.), 33*
  • — at Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97*
  • — Coal, “Python” 30-in. (H. Wood and Co.,
  • Ltd ), 33*
  • Tail-Ends for (R. Sutcliffe, Ltd.), 34* Cook; Prof. G., the Late, 270, 308*
  • Cook, Dr. M., on Wrought Aluminium-Zinc- Magnesium Alloys, 455
  • Cooke, B., on Reciprocating Seals for Hydraulic Control Valves, 787
  • Cooke-Yarborough, E. H„ on Counting of
  • Random Pulses, 63
  • Cooler, Rotary, Cement Works at Shoreham- by Sea, 99*
  • Cooling, Plant, Valve, Holme Moss Television
  • Station (Rosser and Russell, Ltd.), 459*
  • — Tower, Heat Exchange in, -244, 252. See
  • LETTER, 468
  • Reinforced-Concrete, West Ham “ B ”
  • Power Station, 77*
  • Coope, H., the Late, 632
  • Cooper and Turner, Ltd., Mobile Diesel-Driven Welding Plant, 327
  • Cooper, W. F., on Remote and Supervisory Control of Electrical Systems, 699
  • Co-ordinates, Generalised, in Vibration. Problems, 276
  • Copenhagen Telephone Co., ' Plastic-Sheath Telephone Cables, 223
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass ; Bronze; and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Covering for Roofs, Standard Code of Prac
  • tice, 736
  • — Economics of, 520, 554, 597, 625, 702*, 732*
  • — Oxidation of, Adherence of Scale, 423
  • — Wire, Round, Enamelled, Specification, 15
  • — World Production and Consumption of, 519,
  • 702*, 732*
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Cornes, C., and Son, Kiln Building of Pre-Cast Concrete Units, 670*
  • Cornish, A. J., on Obtaining Pressure Diagrams of Internal-Combustion Engines, 806*
  • — Engineers (Review), 613
  • “ Cornwall,” M.S., Gearbox for Twin Diesel Engines, 631*
  • Corrosion of Buried Metals, Symposium on, 786
  • — and Concrete Structures, 775*
  • — Control as Aid in Metal Conservation, 553,
  • 596
  • — Fretting Apparatus, Investigation with,
  • 651*
  • — Investigations at Chemical Research Labora
  • tory, 371
  • — Resisting Properties of Copper-Nickel-Iron
  • Alloys, 422
  • — Stress, in Welded Pipelines, 158*
  • Corrosive and Viscous Liquids, Variable-Capacity Pump for (Ames Crosta Mills and Co., Ltd.), 767*
  • Cory, W., and Son, Ltd., versus City of London Corporation, 147
  • Costa Head, Orkney, 100-kW Experimental Windmill, 276, 315, 615
  • Costain-J. Brown, Ltd., Prestressed-Concrete Tanks, 235*
  • Cottrell, Prof. A. H., on Strength of Metals, 332. See 277
  • Counter, Photo-Electric, High-Speed (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 323*
  • Couplings, Flexible, of Naval Steam Turbines, Behaviour During Trials, 382
  • — Hose, Specification, 512
  • —? See also CZwZcA
  • Coventry, Victor Motor Co., Ltd., 9-h.p. SingleCylinder Diesel Engine, 363* ; 12/26-h.p. Four-Cylinder Horizontal-Opposed Petrol Engine, 363* ; 9-b.h.p. Diesel-Driven Compressor, Pump and Generator Set, 363* Cowan, H. J., on Rubber Model for Combined Bending and Torsion Tests, 661*
  • Cowell, E. W., Automatic Shearing Machine, 224*
  • Cox, H. L., on Torsional Stress in Grooved Shafts, 531*. See LETTER, 436
  • Cox, Dr. H. R., on Some Fuel and Power Projects, 726*, 793*, 823*. See 659
  • Cracking, Catalytic, Agent for, Plant for Producing (J. Crosfield and Sons, Ltd.), 749
  • —- Fatigue, of Mild Steel, Investigations on, 278, 445*. See LETTER, 371
  • — Plant, Catalytic, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley,
  • 386*
  • — in Welds in Pipelines, 125*
  • Craft, Small, High-Speed (Review), 179 Crampton, T. R„ Submarine Cable to France, 1851, 403
  • Crane, Derrick, Power-Driven, Specification, 271
  • — 75-ton Forging, Heavy Forge Shop, Had
  • fields, Ltd., 617*
  • — Jibs, Aluminium-Alloy, for, 182
  • — Mobile, Power-Driven, Specification, 271
  • — 5-ton Overhead (H. Morris, Ltd.), 86
  • — See also Derricks
  • Crangle, J., on Magnetic Analysis of Iron- Carbon Alloys, 779
  • Crankcase of Oil Engine, Developments in, 541* Crankshaft, Motor-Car Engine, Investigations on, 714
  • — for Oil Engine, Developments in, 541*
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Double- Headed Milling Machine for Locomotive , Frames, 748*
  • Creep Tests. See under Tests {Materials)
  • Creosote Burning, Flame-Radiation Trials during, 705*
  • Cronin, H. F., on Water Supply to Towns, 231; William Girling Reservoir, London, 307
  • Crop Sprayer, Tractor-Mounted (E. Allman and Co., Ltd.), 714*
  • “ Cropmaster” Agricultural Tractor, 53*
  • Crosfield, J., and Sons, Ltd., Plant for Producing Catalytic Cracking Agent, 749
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd.; 3,000-b.h.p. Twin Diesel-Engine Marine Unit, 257* ; 400- b.h.p. Marine Diesel Engine, 258*
  • Crowley, Russell and Co., Ltd., Rubber-Bitumen Road, Surfacing, 269*. See Erratum, 376
  • Crowthorn Engineering Co., Ltd., 12-in, Centre Lathe, 84*
  • Crucible Furnace, Central-Axis, Power-Tilted (Morgan Crucible Co., Ltd.), 295*
  • — “ Salamander Suprex ” for Arduous Duty
  • (Morgan Crucible Co., Ltd.), 295
  • Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, OiZ
  • Crushing Plant for Cement Works at Shore- ham-by'-Sea, 97*
  • Crystals, Metal, Mechanics of, 787
  • — Piezo Electric, Production of, 428
  • — Single, Behaviour of, 503
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Metallography ; Microphotographs
  • Cullen, Dr. A. L., on Measurement of Microwave Power by Radiation Pressure, 377*. See 278
  • Cultivator, Rotary, “ Bantam ” (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 22*
  • with Mowing Attachment (Clifford Aero and Auto, Ltd.), 758*
  • Petrol-Driven (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 757* Cup-Drawing from Flat Blanks, Investigations on, 723
  • Curr, A. G., on Printing in Edinburgh, 214 Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Curves, Tractive Resistance, for Trolley ’Buses, 256*
  • Cuthbertson, J. A., Ltd., Half-Track Conversion for Agricultural Tractor, 54*
  • Cutter, Coal, Longwall “ Ace ” (British Jeffrey- Diamond, Ltd.), 33*
  • — Grass, Rotary (Hayters, Ltd.), 148*
  • — Loader, Coal, “ Meco-Moore ” (Mining Engi-
  • geering Co., Ltd.), 34* ; (Anderson, Boyes and Co., Ltd.), 34* i
  • — Milling. See Milling under Machine Tools
  • — Potato-Haulm (P. B. Bettinson and Co., Ltd.),
  • 148*
  • — Root (E. H. Bentall and Co., Ltd.), 136 Cyc-Arc, Ltd., Stud-Welding Machine, 326* Cycles, Improvement in, 648
  • — Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • — Show at Earl’s Court, 648
  • Cyclotron, Harwell, Study of Mesons and Quanta, 595
  • Cylinders, Galvanised-Steel, Specification, 512
  • — Oil Engine, Developments in, 542*
  • — and Pistons, Hydraulic Lock in, Investigagations, of, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • DAIMLER CO., LTD., 90-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Motor Car, 533*
  • Dall Tube (G. Kent, Ltd.), 43
  • Dallow Lambert and Co., Ltd., Magnesium-Alloy Dust Collector, 480*
  • Dam Construction for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213, 253
  • — for Jordan Valley Irrigation Schemes, 481*
  • — Vila Nova Hydro-Electric Scheme, 208* Dangerous Machinery, Court Decision on Sale
  • of, 816
  • Danish. See Denmark
  • Daring Class Destroyers, Tests of Machinery for, 116, 286, 299, 349*
  • D’Arsonval, J. A., Celebration of Centenary of,
  • 816 > ’ “ Dart ” Propeller-Turbine Aero Engine, 123
  • Dartmouth Memorial to Thomas Newcomen, 243
  • Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 200-h.p. Six- Cylinder Diesel Engine for Locomotive, 95; 625-b.h.p. Diesel Engine for Locomotive, 172*; 250-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder
  • Marine Diesel Engine, 329*; 500-b.h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Diesel Engine for Locomotive, 364*
  • Davidson, Sir J., William Girling Reservoir, London, 307
  • Davies, D. R. G., on Electrical Properties of Silicon-Iron Transformer Sheets, 708
  • Davies, Prof. S. J., on Graf and Stift Four- Cylinder Two-Stroke Oil Engine, 1*
  • Davis, R., on High-Voltage Research at National Physical Laboratory, 638
  • Davison Chemical Corporation, Plant for Producing Catalytic Cracking Agent, 749
  • Dawson, J. A., on Planning and Construction- of Airfields, 70
  • de Brouwer, R., on Cathodic Protection of Buried Steel Structures, 786
  • Debutaniser Tower, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • Decca Navigator Co., Ltd., Automatic Track- Plotting Instrument for Aircraft, 589*
  • Deeping Fen, Spalding and Pinchbeck Internal Drainage Board, Preservation of Pinchbeck Marsh Pumping Station, 693*
  • de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., D.H. 110 Fighting Aeroplane, 512
  • de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd., “Venom I” Interceptor Fighter, 354 ; “ Sea Venom 20 ” Aircraft, 354* ; “ Vampire ” Training Aircraft, 354
  • de Havilland Propellers; Ltd., Manufacture of Hollow Steel Propeller Blades for Aircraft 161*, 193*, 225*; Negative-Thrust Constant-Speed Aerial Propeller, 391
  • De Jouffroy d’Abbans, Marquis de, Bicentenary of, 679*
  • Dekkor, Angle, Hilger, 464*
  • De Laval. See Tur&wie
  • Delft, Holland, International Conference on Abrasion and Wear. See Rubber Research Foundation, Dutch
  • Rubber Research Station, Inauguration of, 658, 694*
  • Demolition and Construction Co., Ltd., Bridge Demolition by Explosives, 699*
  • Denison, S., and Son, Ltd., Universal Testing Machine, 260*
  • Denmark-Holland Submarine Telephone Cable, 435
  • — Plastic-Sheath Telephone Cables in, 223
  • Denny, Sir M. E., on B.S.R.A. Resistance Experiments on “ Lucy Ashton,” 121*, 153*. See 17, 41
  • “ Deoxo ” Catalytic Gas Purifier, 428*
  • Deposits, Bonded, in Boilers Using High-Ash Coal, 188, 189, 214. See LETTERS, 276
  • — Gauges, Atmospheric Pollution, Specifica
  • tion, 671
  • Derricks, 10-ton, with Aluminium-Alloy Jibs, 182
  • — Crane, Power-Driven, Specification, 271
  • ‘ ‘ Derwent ” Rolls-Royce Jet Engine, 41, 121* Desilverisation of Lead, 569*
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Detector, Temperature, Magnetic (Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 671*
  • Developer, Automatic, for Developing Oscillograms (Southern Instruments, Ltd.), 43
  • Devereux, Col. W. C., on Secondary Aluminium and Magnesium, 553. See 596
  • Dewrance and Co., Ltd., Safety Valve for High Pressures, 404
  • de Zinovieff, Major L., the Late, 437
  • Diagram, Admittance, Three-Dimensional (D. C. Johnson), 246
  • — Pressure, of Internal-Combustion Engines,
  • Methods of Obtaining, 806*
  • Diamond Penetrators, Rockwell Hardness, Precision Measurement of, 89*. See LETTERS 180*, 404
  • — Surfaces, Friction of, 694, 724, 797
  • Diascope, “ Rotavisor” (Newton and Co., Ltd.), 64
  • Dicksee, C. B., on Twenty Years of Oil Engine Development, 490*, 541* Dictionaries, Scientific and Technical, Interlingual, Report on, 626. See LETTER, 693 Diesel Engines. See Engines, Oil, Diesel;
  • Marine Propulsion
  • Digger, Elevator, Tractor-Mounted, for Lifting Root Crops (Johnson’s (Engineering), Ltd.), 22*
  • Digging Machine. See Excavator
  • Dinnis, F. R., Prestressed-Concrete Cantilever Footbridge at Shrewsbury, 780*
  • Dinsdale, C., on Economy by Standardisation' and Reclamation of Scrap Metals, 553. See 596, 626
  • Dinwoodie, J. H., the Late, 750
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Disc-Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Disease, Dust-Borne, and Municipal Engineering, 6
  • Diskus Grinding Machine (Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 272*
  • Distilling Experimental Station, Portland, Work of, 116, 286
  • — Units, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386
  • Distributor, Fertiliser, and Seed Drill, Combined (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 21*
  • District Heating, Adaptation of Electric Power Stations to, 637
  • - of Housing Estates; Preparation of Schemes, 410*
  • Dock and Harbour Works, Port Equipment (Review), 483
  • Docking Facilities and Repairs to Warships, 227
  • Dockyards,Royal, Select Committee Report,273
  • Doig, Dr. A. T., on Health of Welders, 530
  • Dollar Export Board’s Report on “Dollars and Industry,” 305
  • Dollis Hill Research Station, Post Office, Work of, 428
  • Domestic Electrical Appliances, Accidents from, 497
  • — Heating, Investigations by Fuel Research Board, 657
  • — Users, Influence on Electricity Supply, 637
  • Dorey, Dr. S. F., on Stresses in Propellers and Propeller Shafting, 18, 228; on New Edition of Whitworth Register, 1951, 660
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Steelwork for Littlebrook “ C ” Power Station, 80* ; Road Bridge Over River Tagus, 801*
  • Dorman and Smith, Ltd., 650-Volt 2,000 Amp. Air-Break Circuit-Breaker, 264*
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co., Ltd., 160-b.h.p. Six- Cylinder Diesel Engine, 292*
  • “ Dorset ” Tank Fuelling Lorry, 577*
  • Double Helical Gears. See Gears
  • — Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine * Propulsion
  • Doulton and Co., Ltd., Kiln Building of Pre-Cast Concrete Units, 670*
  • Dow; G., on International Conference of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 83. See 17, 83, 227
  • “ Downham-Simplex ” Animal Spraying Tunnel, 757*
  • Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd., Hydraulic Pit Props, 35*
  • Dragline, Walking, Model of (Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.), 166*
  • “ Dragon ” Diesel-Engined Crawler Tractor with Rear Winch, 713*
  • Drainage Problems on British Railways, 635*
  • Drawing, Cup, from Flat Blanks, Investigations on, 723
  • Dredger for Thames Conservancy, Rowhedge Ironworks Co., Ltd., 810*
  • Dredging and Construction Co., Ltd., Dredging and Reclamation Works at Southampton, 737*
  • Dressing, Ore, Elements of (Review), 676
  • Drew, D. A., on Measuring Stresses in Aircraft Turbines, 761*
  • Drewitt, J., and Son, Ltd., Omnibus Garage with Concrete Shell Roof, 588*
  • Drill, Seed, and Fertiliser Distributor, Combined (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 21*
  • — and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Drop-Wise Condensation of Steam, Investigations on, 221*, 244. See Nrratum, 248
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Du Cane, Comdr. P., on Review of His Book, High-Speed Small Craft, 179
  • Ducts for District Heating of Housing Estates, 413
  • Dudding, R. W., on Aluminium-Backed Screens for Cathode-Ray Tubes, 63
  • Duguid, L. N., on Health of Welders, 530
  • Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Ultrasonic Testing of Pneumatic Tyres, 606*
  • Dunn, L. G., on Heat Transfer in Rocket Power Plants, 341
  • Dunne Biplane of 1911, 539*
  • Durham and Northumberland County Councils, Pedestrian Tunnel Under River Tyne, Opening of, 115
  • — University, Lectures on Chemistry of Water Treatment, 427; Opening of Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon- Tyne, 681*, 691. See LETTER, 817
  • Dusseldorf Exhibition, Printing Machinery, 37* Dust, Coal. See Pulverised Fuel
  • — Collector, for Use when Machining Magnesium-Alloys (Dallow Lambert and Co., Ltd.), 480*
  • — Emission from Power Station, 113
  • — Removing Plant (Traughber Filter Co., Ltd.), 265*
  • — Tunnel for Motor-Vehicle Research, 716* Dusting Machine, Agricultural, “ Whirlwind ” (Universal Crop Protection, Ltd.), 714*
  • Dutch Rubber Research Foundation, International Conference on Abrasion and Wear, Delft. See Rubber Research Foundation, Dutch
  • — See also Holland
  • Dutton, W. A., the Late, 708
  • Duxford, Summer School for Synthetic-Resin Adhesives, 435
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Dynamometers for Torque and Thrust Due to Drilling, 487*
  • — See also Brake
  • Dyson, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 25-ton Motor Lorry with Loading Winch, 301*
  • EARL’S COURT. See Exhibition
  • Earth’s Magnetism. See Magnetism
  • East Kilbride, Mechanical Engineering Laboratories, Work of, 338
  • Eastwood, B., on Line Scanning Valves and Circuits, 64
  • Echo-Sounding Equipment (Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 167
  • Equipment (Submarine Signal Co. (London), Ltd.), 290
  • Eckerborn, N. G., on Aspects of Prefabrication in Ship Construction, 18, 200
  • Economics of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals, 519, 553, 596, 625, 702*, 732*
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • Economisers, Cast-Iron Smooth-Tube, with
  • Pressed Socket Joints, Specification, 79 Economy, Fuel. See Fuel, Economy Edeleanu Plant, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386 Edgar, E. J., the Late, 782
  • Edinburgh, Duke of, on British Contribution to Science and Technology, 182. See 177, 212; Election as President of City and Guilds of London Institute, 403
  • — Printing Industry in, 214
  • — Royal Scottish Museum, Model of H6roult
  • Electric Steel-Melting Furnace, 336*
  • — University, Investigation on Vibrations of
  • Elastic Bodies, 409*

Education :

  • Aberdeen University, Model Investigation of Aberdeen Harbour, 283*
  • Aero Research, Ltd., Summer School on Synthetic-Resin Adhesives, 435
  • Aeronautical-Engineering Curricula, Infusions of Safety into, 341
  • — Information Study Group under Aslib, 211
  • Athlone Fellowship Awards to Canadian Engineering Graduates, 395
  • Birmingham University, Babcock and Wilcox Experimental Boiler for, 51; Investigation of Hydraulic Lock, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630,
  • 660*, 788
  • British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education, Training in Two Crafts, 568. See LETTER, 596
  • California Institute of Technology, Investigation on Heat Transfer in Rocket Power Plants, 341
  • Cambridge University, Investigation on Friction and Surface Damage of Non-Metallic Solids, 797
  • Centenary of Royal School of Mines, 499
  • Chemical Engineering, Higher National Certificate for, 531
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Courses for’ Instrument-Maintenance Mechanics, 216; Election of Duke of Edinburgh as President, 403
  • Durham University, Lectures on Chemistry of Water Treatment, 427; Opening of Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 681*, 691. See LETTER, 817
  • Edinburgh University, Investigation on Vibrations of Elastic Bodies, 409*
  • Education and the Broader Outlook in Education, 210
  • Engineering Education in Universities and Technical Colleges, 169
  • Faraday House Old Students’ Association Annual Dinner, 595
  • Glasgow University, Post-Graduate Courses in Applied Thermodynamics, 53. See LETTER, 83
  • Government Policy for Higher Technological Education, Statement on, 401. See LETTER, 662
  • Illinois University Bulletin on Cleavage Fractures of Ship Plates, by Prof. W. M. Wilson, R. A. Hechtman and Prof. W. H. Bruckner, 690
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, Courses on Hydro-Electric Power Engineering, 315; Battery- Charging Equipment, 603*
  • International Association for Exchange of Students, Report of, 531
  • King’s College, London, Measurement of Particle Size in Very Fine Powders, by Dr. H. E. Rose, 595
  • Leeds University, Investigation on Heat- Treated Concrete, 345*
  • Liverpool University, University and Civil Engineer of Future, by Prof. J. B. B. Owen, 791, 821
  • Marine Radar School, Southend-on-Sea, 255*
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, Scholarships in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 672
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Prospectus, 266; Evening Lectures at, 384; Lectures on Experimental Stress Analysis, 633
  • Old Centralians, Annual Dinner, 627
  • Queen Mary College, London, Investigation on Condensation of Steam, 221*, 244. See Krra<u»n, 248
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Teaching of Metallurgy, 567, 607
  • Sir John Cass College, London, Evening Courses, 271, 766
  • Swansea University College, Investigation on Critical Reynolds Numbers for Steady and Pulsating Flow, 389*
  • Technical Colleges and Education for Electrical Industry, 765
  • — Training in United Kingdom, British Council Lectures on, 52
  • Technological Education, Need for Extension of, 241
  • Universities, British, Mechanical Engineering Research at, 338
  • — and Technical Colleges, and Scientific and Technical Man-Power, 298, 348
  • War-Time Demand on Scientific and Technical Man-Power, 298, 348
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., High-Speed Nibbling Machine, 293* ; Punching, Shearing and Notching Machine, 293*
  • Edwards and Manby, Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 681*, 691
  • Edwards, W., and Co. (London), Ltd., Light-Alloy Melt Gas-Content Tester, 10*
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler — of Engines. See Engines ; Trials Elcontrol Ltd., Industrial Electronic Control Equipment, 104
  • Election, General, and Engineering Industry 561

Electric :

  • Accumulator-Charging Equipment (Chloride Batteries, Ltd.), 603*
  • — Light-Weight, for Storage of Current, Need for, 637
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck
  • Alternating Current. See Current Alternator. See Generator and Twzfio Arc Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric — Welding. See Welding
  • Battery. See Accumulator (above)
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Work of Greenford Laboratories, 585*, 615* ; Report on Arc-Form and Movement in Air-Blast Circuit-Breaker, 711*, 743* and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Tractive Resistance of Trolley ’Buses, 256*
  • British Electricity Authority, Carmarthen Bay Power Station, 16*; Uskmouth Power Station, 48* ; West Ham “B" Power Station, 76*; Littlebrook Power Station, 80*; North Tqes “ C ” Power Station, 112* ; Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 144* ; Use of High-Ash Coal by, 188, 189, 214. See LETTER, 276; Electricity Supply Position, 209 ; Failure of Supply in North-West England, 339; Annual Report, 465 ; Work of, 508* ; Broadcast Warnings of Electricity Cuts, 530 ; Bankside Power Station, 624* ; Power Station Programme, 723; Guildford Power Station Boiler Explosion 749
  • Cable, Coaxial, for Holme Moss Television Station, 460
  • — and Conductors (British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd.), 289
  • — Gas-Pressure, Use in Great Britain, 232 — High-Voltage, Researches on, 638
  • — Holders for Power Transmission Lines, 61*
  • — Lead-Sheathed, in Ducts, Tests of, 586*
  • — Paper-Insulated, Present-Day Practice in, 646*
  • — Submarine, Developments in, 71 Telephone, Holland-Denmark, 435 Telephone, Nova Scotia to Newfoundland, Repeaters for, 428
  • — Telegraph, Between England and France, 1851, 403
  • — Telephone, Plastic-Sheath, in Denmark, 223
  • — Transmission, Holme Moss, Television Station, 235
  • — Underground, Damage to, Legal Decision on, 82
  • — and Wires for Ships (W. T. Henley’s Telegraph Works Co., Ltd.), 290
  • Capacitor for High-Voltage Transmission Lines, 249
  • — for High-Voltage Research, 638
  • — for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 546*
  • Cathode Rays. See Cathode
  • Condenser, Degassing (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 361*
  • — Sorting Equipment, Automatic (Telegraph Condenser Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • Conductors and Cables (British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd.), 289
  • — for High-Voltage Overhead Lines Power Transmission, 245, 249*
  • — High-Voltage, Researches on, 638 — Overhead Line, Holders for, 61*
  • — for Overhead Lines Power Transmission, 510
  • — for Paper-Insulated Cables, 646* Converter for Electrical Measurement of
  • Mechanical Quantities (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 300*
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Current, Alternating, 50 Cycles, Use for Electric Traction, 499, 521*, 545*, 583*
  • — —- Machines, Winding (Review), 101
  • — See also Direct (below) Dielectric for High-Voltage Cables, 646* — Research on, 638
  • Direct-Current Power Transmission, 245, 250
  • Source, Constant (British Scientific Instrument Research Association), 104*
  • — — Welding Generator (Max Arc and Electrics, Ltd.), 363*
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Generator
  • Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 1949, 497
  • — Equipment for Canadian Market, Standard Approval Procedure, 275 for Motor Vehicles, 69
  • — Industry, Technical Colleges and Education for, 765
  • — Investigations in Australia, 613
  • — Properties of Silicon-Iron Transformer Sheets, 708
  • — Science, Early Milestones in, 219 Electricity, British Contribution to, 183 — Hall, Exhibition of Industrial Power, Glasgow, 133*
  • Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems (Review), 182
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Electric—continued.
  • Generating stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo High-Voltage Research at National Physical Laboratory, 638
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Ignition for Internal Combustion Engines. See Ignition
  • Induction Heating Generator, High-Frequency (Philips Electrical, Ltd.), 225* Insulating Materials, Researches on Electro-Chemical Breakdown, 585 Instruments, Measuring, Electrical, British Achievements in, 8
  • for Power-Transmission Systems, 571
  • Lamp, Developments in, 235
  • — Electric, Report of Monopolies Prac
  • tice Commission on, 689
  • Lighting, Early History of, 219
  • — Progress in, 235
  • Load Shedding Broadcast Warnings, 566* Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators; Motors; Turbo Magnetos. See Ignition
  • Mains. See Cables (above)
  • Meter, Electronic, Multi-Range (Automatic Coil Winder and Electrical Equipment Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • — for Power Transmission Systems, 572 Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Oil Switch. See Switchgear
  • Oscillograph, Cathode-Ray, High-Speed, 615*
  • Potentiometer, Recording and Controlling, Electronic (Electroflo Meters, Ltd.), 105
  • Power. See Power
  • — Stations. See Power Stations Pyrometer. See Pyrometer Railways. See Railways
  • Rays. See Cathode Rays ; X-Rays Relays, Alternating-Current, for Railway Signalling, Specification, 207
  • Resistance Welding. See Welding Resistor, 2,000-kW Forced-Cooled (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 384*
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See Rolling Mills
  • Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Rural Electrification Investigations at Shinfield Field Station, 615*
  • Progress in, 637
  • in Scotland/276, 313*
  • Shedding, Load, Broadcast Warnings, 566*
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion Short-Circuit Testing Authorities, Association of, Booklets by, 139
  • South Africa Electricity Supply Commission, Annual Report, 242 Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric Steel Manufacture. See Furnace, Electric Storage Battery. See AccwmttZator (above) Substation. See Substation
  • Surge Phenomena, Investigations on, 615* Switchgear. See Switchgear ; Motors, Electric
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telephony. See Telephony Traction. See Locomotives, Electric ; Trolley 'Bus ; Railways
  • Transformers. See Transformers Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators Welding. See Welding
  • Wires and Cables for Ships (W. T. Henley’s Telegraph Works Co., Ltd.), 290
  • Wiring Regulations for Small Houses, 691 Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy; Radar; Radio; Television
  • — Telephony. See Telephony; Radar;
  • Radio: Television
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX

Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Presidential Address by Sir J. Hacking, on Electricity Supply Industry, 508*
  • Report on Incorporated Benevolent Fund, 563
  • Electric Wiring Regulations for Small Dwellings, 691
  • British Contribution to Television Convention in 1952, Arrangements; 755
  • Technical Colleges and Education for Electrical Industry, by H. L. Hasle- grave, 765
  • Centenary of J. A. D’Arsonval, by C. W. Marshall, 816
  • Servo Mechanisms, by Dr. A. L. Whiteley, 825
  • Measurements Section:
  • Measurements on Power Transmission Systems, by F. J. Lane, 571
  • Radio Section:
  • Television Convention Programme, 371 Trunk Radio Systems, by'Dr. D. C. Espley, 667
  • Supply Section:
  • High-Voltage Research at National Physical Laboratory, by R. Davis, 638
  • Inhibited Transformer Oil, by W. R. Stoker and C. N. Thompson, 819
  • Stability of Oil in Transformers, by P. W. L. Gossling and L. H. Welch, 819
  • Utilization Section:
  • Production and Use of Electricity, by A. H. Young, 637
  • Electrical Control of Dangerous Machinery and Processes; Part 3, Remote and Supervisory Control, by W. F. Cooper, 699
  • Electrical Engineers, Practical Training of, 201
  • — Engineering, New Materials for, 691
  • Electroflo Meters Co., Ltd., Pneumatic Transmitter, 105; Electronic Recording and Controlling Potentiometer, 105
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion Electromagnetic Waves. See Electric and Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Electron Tubes, Rare Metals in, 63
  • Electronic Instrumentation of Nucleonics, 63
  • Electronic Recording Manometer (Fielden (Electronics) Ltd.), 43*
  • — Valves, Quality and Reliability Standards,
  • 63
  • Electropower Gears, Ltd., Flange-Mounted Spur Reduction Gearbox, 736*
  • Electrostatic Precipitators, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 101*
  • Elevator-Digger, Tractor-Mounted (Johnson’s (Engineering), Ltd.), 22*
  • — 18-ft. Universal Petrol-Driven (A. B
  • Blanch and Co., Ltd.), 758*
  • — Variable-Height (Wolseley Sheep Shearing
  • Machine Co., Ltd.), 714*
  • Elin-Murex Automatic- Welding Equipment, 324* (
  • Elliptic Functions, Normal, Lamd’s, Heine’s and Legendre’s Contributions, 52
  • Ellison, G., “ Bantam ” Oil Circuit-Breaker Switchgear, 265
  • Embankment for Marsh Reclamation, Southampton, 738*
  • Emery, E. T. G„ on Sampling of small Coal, 452*. See LETTERS, 692, 756
  • Empire, Investment in (Review), 676
  • — Mining and Metallurgical Congress, 1949,
  • Proceedings of (Review), 388
  • Employees. See Labour
  • Endurance Tests. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials')
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • — Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion; Motorships
  • — Dual-Fuel, 240/180-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder
  • (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 799*
  • — Fire. See Fire
  • — Internal-Combustion, Early History and
  • Development of, 219
  • Combustion, Method of Obtaining Pressure Diagrams, 806*
  •  ; Combustion, Otto Four-Stroke, Seventy-
  • Five Years of, 522 ; Exhaust-Gas-Oxygen System in, 524
  • Combustion, Pipe Flanges for, Specification, 527
  • Combustion, Production by Petters, Ltd., 747*
  • Combustion, Research Association, British, Fuel-Flow Meter, 103*
  • Combustion, Standardisation for Services, 700
  • Combustion. See also Turftines, Gas
  • — Jet, Rolls-Royce “ Derwent,” in M.S.
  • “ Lucy Ashton,” 41, 121*
  • — — See also Turbines, Gas
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotwe
  • — Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Measurement of Noise from, 755
  • 190-h.p. Six-Cylinder Supercharged (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 44*
  • 330-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Rail Traction (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 405*
  • 270-h.p. Turbo-Charged (H. Meadows, Ltd.), 168*
  • Twenty Years’ Development of, 490*, 541*
  • See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Diesel and Diesel-Electric, Shunting, for British Railways, 816
  • — — Diesel, 360-h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Black
  • stone and Co., Ltd.), 23*
  • Diesel, Flow Processes in Combustion Chambers of, 525
  • Diesel, 240-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (Sentinel (Shrewsbury), Ltd.), 405*
  • 120-h.p. Four-Cylinder, Graf and Stift, 1*
  • Diesel, 1,360-h.p. Highly-Supercharged, Tests of, 524
  • — — Diesel, 95/125-b.h.p. Industrial (Leyland
  • Motors, Ltd.), 293*
  • — — Diesel, Marine, 55-h.p. (J. I. Thorny-
  • croft and Co., Ltd.), 798
  • Diesel, Marine, 400-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Crossley Brothers, Ltd.), 258*
  • —? — Diesel, Marine, 275-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder “ Meteorite ” (Rover Co., Ltd.), 496*
  • Diesel, Marine, 3,000-b.h.p. Eight- Cylinder Twin (Crossley Brothers, Ltd.), 257*
  • —.— Diesel, Marine, 25-5-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (D. Brown Corporation, Ltd.), 292*
  • 7 Diesel, Marine, 67-5-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 290*
  • Diesel, Marine, 4,600-b.h.p. Four-Cylin- , der Fairfleld-Doxford, 127
  • Diesel, Marine, 53-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder, for Dredger (Russell, Newbery and Co., Ltd.), 811*
  • Diesel, Marine, Fuels for, 136
  • Diesel Marine, 8,000-h.p. Geared, M.S. “ Cornwall,” 631*
  • — — Diesel, 9-b.h.p. Single-Cylinder (Coven
  • try, Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • — Diesel, 7-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Russell, Newbery and Co., Ltd.), 360*
  • — — Diesel, 15-h.p. Single-Cylinder Jenbach
  • (G. J. McCaul and Co., Ltd.), 406*
  • Diesel, Marine, 250-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 329*
  • Diesel, Marine, 120-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Fodens, Ltd.), 406*
  • Diesel, Marine, 120-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Glennifer Engines, Ltd.), 405*
  • Diesel, Marine, 624-s.h.p. Six-Cylinder (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 257*
  • Diesel, Marine, 120-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Russell Newbery and Co., Ltd.), 360*
  • Diesel, Marine, 1,465-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Brown-Sulzer, M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 140* —- — Diesel, 160-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd.), 292*
  • Diesel, 125-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 291*
  • Diesel, 100-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder A.E.C. (A.C.V. Sales, Ltd.), 291*
  • Diesel, 200-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Locomotive (Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 95
  • Diesel, 200-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Oil
  • Drilling (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • — — Diesel, 2,000-b.h.p. Sixteen-Cylinder Rail
  • Traction (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • Diesel, 2,270-h.p. Sixteen-Cylinder, -Diesel, 2,270-h.p. Sixteen-Cylinder,
  • Turbo-Charged (Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd.), 108*
  • Engines, Oil, Diesel, Marine, 9,200-b.h.p. Ten-
  • Cylinder Burmeister and Wain, 171
  • Diesel, 500-b.h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Davey-
  • Paxman, for Locomotive, 364*
  • Diesel, 625-b.h.p. Twelve-Cylinder, for
  • Locomotive (Davey,Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 172*
  • Diesel, 50-b.h.p. Two-Cylinder, for
  • Tractor (Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 673* Diesel. See also Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
  • — 12/26-h.p. Four-Cylinder Horizontal-
  • Opposed (Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 363*
  •  ?— •— 19-h.p. Four-Cvlinder V-Type (Petters,
  • Ltd.), 747*
  • Motor-Car, Development of, 69
  • — — Motor-Car, Investigations on, 714 Motor-Car, 85-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Com-
  • mer Cars, Ltd.), 124*
  • 7 i-h.p. Single-Cylinder, for Lawn Mower
  • (Tractors (London), Ltd.), 150* —• — Two-Stroke, for Bicycles, 648 See also Aeronautics ; Motor Cars —; Steam, Early History of, 91
  • — — Introduction and Development of, 219
  • Manufacture at Hayle Foundry, 102 Marine, of de Jouffroy d’Abbans, 679* Marine. See also Marine Propulsion ;
  • Turbines
  • Two-Cylinder Compound (Beiliss &
  • Morcom, Ltd.), 108
  • Work of P. W. Willans on, 598*, 685
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Engineers, Applied Mechanics for (Review), 579
  • — Cornish (Review), 613
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — Production, Institution of. See Production
  • — Retired, Employment of, 51
  • -— and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of, James Watt Dinner, 499; Research on Friction and Wear, by Dr. F. T. Barwell, 649*, 697*; Presidential Address by Sir A. McCance on Properties and Behaviour of Metals, 502*, 540*
  • Engineering Apprentices. See Education
  • — Civil. See Civil

Engineering Conference, Joint, London:

  • Reports of Discussions, 6, 39, 69, 151, 168, 201, 231. See LETTER, 19
  • Public Health in Municipal Engineering by H. J. B. Manzoni, 6
  • Application of Power to Aircraft, by F. M. Owner, 8
  • British Achievements- in Electrical Measuring Instruments, by Dr. S. White- head, 8
  • Discussion on Power Signalling, 19.
  • Technical Advances in Gas Industry During One Hundred Years, by F. M. Birks, 39
  • British Television Service, by Sir N. Ashbridge, 40
  • British Mechanical Road Transport Vehicles, 1851-1951, by J. Shearman and B. B. Winter, 69
  • Development and Design of Aeroplane Structures, by Prof. A. G. Pugsley, 70
  • Planning and Construction of Airfields, by J. A. Dawson, 70
  • Telecommunications, by Sir S. Angwin, 71 Road Planning and Safety, by G. T. Bennett, 151
  • Forty Years’ Progress in Air Radio, by Air Comdre. C. S. Cadell and Dr. B. J. O’Kane, 151
  • Radio Masts and Towers, by C. O. Boyse, 168
  • Development and Trend of University Education in Engineering, by Prof. J. F. Baker, 169
  • Contribution of British Technical Colleges to Engineering Education, by Dr.
  • H. L. Haslegrave, .169
  • Practical Training of Civil Engineers, by
  • H. J. B. Harding, 201
  • Practical Training of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, by Sir A. Fleming, 201
  • Some Consideration on Water Supply to Towns, with Special Reference to Consumption and Waste, by H. F. Cronin, 231
  • A Century of Engineering Progress in British Coal Mines (1851-1951), by B. L. Metcalfe, 232
  • Development and Use of Gas-Pressure Cables for High-Tension Systems in Great Britain, by S. E. Goodall and D. B. Irving, 232
  • Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, by D. M. Watson, 233
  • Mechanical Engineering in Iron and Steel Industry, by W. F. Cartwright, 234
  •  ? Progress in Electric Lighting, by R. O. Ackerley, 235
  • Engineering Contracts. See Contracts ; Legal
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Industry and General Election, 561
  • — Laboratories. See Laboratories; National
  • Physical
  • — Marine and Welding Exhibition, Olympia,
  • 211, 257*, 289*, 321*, 359*, 404*
  • — Metrology (Review), 804
  • — Problems, Mathematical Solutions of (Re
  • view), 484
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Standards. See Standards Institution Engineering Tool and Supply Co., Ltd., “ Hy-
  • detsco ” Shaping Tool, 85*
  • — Two Thousand Years of, 219
  • — Works. See Works
  • England and France, Telegraph Cable Between, 1851,403
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 30-MW Turbo- Generators, West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77*; 3,500-MVA, 165 kV Circuit- Breaker Switchgear, 134; 2,000-h.p.
  • Sixteen-Cylinder Rail Traction Diesel Engine, 328* ; 200-h.p. Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine for Oil Drilling, 328*; " Canberra” P.R. Mark 3 Bombing Aircraft, English Electric Co., Ltd.—continued.
  • 391*; 2,000-kW Coal-Burning Gas Turbine, 659, 728*, 793*; 60-MW Turbo- Generator for Windsor, Ontario, 668*
  • English Electric Export and Trading Co., Equipment for Vila Nova Hydro-Electric Scheme, 208*
  • English Electric Valve Co., Ltd., Image Orthicon Pick-Up Tube for Location of H.M. Submarine “ Affray,” 765*
  • Espley, Dr. D. C., on Trunk Radio Systems, 667 Esso Petroleum Co., Oil Refinery at Fawley, 385*
  • Europe, Electricity in, Recommendations on, 605
  • — Iron and Steel Production in, 519
  • European Economic Co-operation, Organisation for, (O.E.E.C.) International Symposium on Organisation of Research, 619 ; Report of Committee on Scientific and Technical Matters, 659
  • — Needs for Scrap Steel, 74,179
  • Evans, Dr. J. C,, on Pneumatic Comparator of High Sensitivity, 414*
  • Evaporating Plant, Early History of, 91
  • Evaporative Condenser. See Condenser Everard, F. 0., thb Late, 14
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Transmitting Flow Meter, 103* ; Degassing Condenser, 361*
  • Excavation Work, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 387
  • Excavator, Clay; Cement W orks at Shoreham- by-Sea, 97*
  • — Single-Bucket, Specification, 603
  • — “ Super-Ten ” (T. Smith and Sons (Rodley),
  • Ltd.), 166
  • Exchanger, Heat, for Coal-Burning Gas Turbine, 728*, 793*
  • Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — -— for Gas Turbines, Design of, 229*
  • Recuperative, for Gas Turbines (Heat Exchangers, Ltd.), 449*
  • for 190-h.p. Rolls-Royce Oil Engine, 45* Exhibition, Agricultural Machinery and Smith- field Show, Earl’s Court, 673*, 713*, 757*, 777
  • —- Aircraft, .and Flying Display, Farnborough Aerodrome, 342*, 353*, 391*
  • — British Instrument. Industries, Olympia, 9*
  • 43*. 103*
  • — Building, Olympia, 692
  • — and Conferences, Forthcoming, 128, 279,
  • 407, 535, 695, 821
  • — Cycle and Motor Cycle, Earl’s Court, 648
  • — Dusseldorf, Printing Machinery at, 37*
  • — Engineering, Marine and Welding, Olympia,
  • 211, 257*,'289*, 321*, 359*, 404*
  • — Festival, Farm and Factory, Ulster, 266
  • — — See also Festival of Britain
  • — Hall and Cinema, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.,
  • 644
  • Rubber Research Station, Delft, 694*
  • — Industrial Power, Glasgow, 33*, 84*, 106*,
  • 133*, 166*
  • — International Machine Tool, 1952, Arrange
  • ments for, 51
  • — Measuring and Inspection Equipment, 464*
  • — “ Model Engineer,” 243
  • — Motor, International, Earl’s Court, 499, 532*
  • — National Radio Show, Earl’s Court, 159,275,
  • 310
  • — Paris Motor Show, 467, 501
  • — Permanent-Way Mechanised Equipment,
  • Marylebone, 563
  • — Photographic, 336
  • — Roval Agricultural Society Show, Cam
  • bridge, 20*, 53*, 73*, 117*, 148*
  • — of Science at Science Museum, South
  • Kensington, 247
  • — Ship, Festival, “ Campania,” 266
  • — Sir Isaac Newton, 179
  • — Visual Aids to Industry, Leeds, 564
  • — Willans, Science Museum, South Kensington,
  • 685. See 598
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Expandite, Ltd., Cleaning Machines for Concrete Road Joints, 368*
  • Experimental Tank. See Tank
  • Explosion, Boiler. See Boiler Explosion
  • — Colliery; See Accidents
  • — Gaseous. See Accidents
  • Explosives, Use for Demolition of Bridge, 699*
  • — Use for Trenching in Bed of River Neath,
  • 567*
  • — See also Gwns and Explosives in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Export Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Extractor, Welding-Fume (Spencer and Halstead, Ltd.), 327*
  • Eyre, D.,.on Printing and Allied Machinery at Dusseldorf Exhibition, 37*
  • FABER, O., and PARTNERS, LTD., Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97*
  • Facts, Files and Action in Business and Public Affairs (Review), 771
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents
  • — and Farm Festival Exhibition, Ulster, 266
  • — Management. See Works Management Fair, Trade. See Exhibition
  • Fairbairn, Sir W., Shipbuilding by, 11, 25
  • Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd., “Firefly” Mark 7
  • Anti-Submarine Aircraft, 392*
  • Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Ciudad de Medellin,” 127*
  • Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65*, 129*
  • Faraday House Old Students’ Association Annual Dinner, 595
  • Farm and Factory Festival, Exhibition, Ulster, 266
  • Farming. See Agricultural; Tractors
  • Farnborough Aerodrome, Aircraft Exhibition and Flying Display, 342*, 353*, 391*
  • Farquhar versus Chance Brothers, Ltd., 594. See LETTER, 661
  • “Fathometer” Echo-Sounding Equipment, 290
  • Fatigue Cracking of Mild Steel, Investigations on, 278,445*. See LETTER, 371. See also Fracture
  • — .Tests of Metals. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials')
  • Fawcett Preston and Co., Ltd., Quenching Tanks for Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields, Ltd., 616*
  • Fawley, Esso Oil Refinery, 385*
  • Fearnehough, T. D., on Properties of Segregates in Alloy Steels, 778
  • Fearnside, K., on (3-Ray Thickness Gauge, 63
  • Federation of British Industries, Report on Planning and Financial Control of Industrial Research, 145; on Effects of Inflation on Industrial Capital Resources, 659
  • Feed Pumps. See Pumps
  • Feeding Stuffs, Hammer Mill for (Christy and Norris, Ltd.), 136
  • Feiner, A., on Water Turbines for Hydro- Electric Schemes, 185*, 217*. See 213. See LETTER, 404
  • Fenner, A. J., on Analysis of Rockwell Hardness Test, 57* ; on Rockwell Hardness Diamond Penetrator, 404. See 89* See LETTER, 180*
  • Ferguson, Prof. A., the Late, 629
  • Ferguson, H., Ltd., 25-h.p. Diesel-Engined Agricultural Tractor, 20* ; Narrow-Width Agricultural Tractor, 21*; Tractor-Mounted Potato-Planter, 21* ; Seed Drill and Fertiliser Distributor, 21* ; Tractor-Mounted Reversible Plough, 21*; Precision Seeder, 22* ; Disc Harrow, 73* ; Three-Furrow Plough, 73*
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 750-MVA 66-kV Switchgear Circuit-Breaker, 134*
  • Ferro-Concrete. See Concrete, Reinforced, and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Tungsten, Method of Analysis of Tin in, 736
  • Ferrox Process for Sulphur Recovery, 181
  • Fertiliser Distributor and Seed Drill, Combined (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 21*
  • Festiniog Railway, Proposed Preservation of, 83

Festival of Britain :

  • Exhibition, Industrial Power, Glasgow, 33*, 84*, 106*, 133*, 166*
  • South Bank Exhibition, Controlling Visitors in, 55
  • Royal Society’s Exhibition of Relics of Sir Isaac Newton, 179
  • Exhibition Ship “ Campania,” 266 Ulster Farm and Factory Exhibition, 266 Dome of Discovery, Exhibits in, 246 Science Museum, South Kensington, Exhibition of Science at, 246
  • Fielden (Electronics), Ltd., Electronic Recorder Manometer, 43*
  • Fielding and Platt, Ltd., Radio-Frequency Edge- Gluing Machine, 633*
  • Files, Facts and Action in Business and Public Affairs (Review), 771
  • Fillers, Sands and Aggregates, Sampling and Testing of, Specification, 239
  • Film, Cinema, of Fluid and Air Flow in Steel Furnaces, 373
  • — and Sheeting, Polyvinyl-Chloride, Flexible,
  • Specification, 603
  • — Wise Condensation of Steam, Investigation
  • on, 221*, 244. See Erratum, 248
  • Filter for Used Lubricating Oil (Stream-Line Filters, Ltd.), 261*
  • — for Sewage Effluents, 498
  • Finlay Conveyor Co., Ltd., Mobile Hydraulic Press for Bending Colliery Roof Supports, 35*
  • Finney Presses, Ltd., Greer-Mercier Hydraulic Accumulator, 704*
  • Finniston, Dr. H. M., on Properties of Segregates in Alloy Steels, 778
  • Fire Alarms, Electrical, Standard Code of Practice, 527
  • — Extinguishers, Portable, Specification, 527 Portable, Standard Code for, 671
  • — Fighting, Smoke-Extraction Unit for (Woods
  • of Colchester, Ltd.), 602*
  • — Prevention in Cargo Ships Using Oil Fuel,
  • 279
  • — Pump, Emergency Marine (Bussell Newbery
  • and Co., Ltd.), 360*
  • — Research Organisation, Joint, Annual Re
  • port, 315
  • Firebricks. See Refractory Materials
  • Fireclay Refractories for Petroleum Industry, Specification, “736
  • Firedamp, Use in Gas Turbines, Experiments with, 793*
  • — Explosions. See Accidents
  • “ Firefly ” Mark 7 Anti-Submarine Aircraft, 392*
  • Fish Ladders for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213, 253
  • Fisher, Dr. D., on Tests of Concrete, with Electrical-Resistance Strain Gauges, 356*. See LETTERS, 468*, 531, 596, 788
  • Fisher, Dr. J. W., on Photography at Sea of Propeller Cavitation, 729*
  • Fixtures and Jigs from Standard Components (J. B. Purefoy Unit Tooling, Ltd.), 267*
  • Flame-Radiation Trials, International, in Holland, 705*
  • Flanges, Pipe, on Internal-Combustion Engines, Specifications, 527
  • Flaw Detector, Supersonic (Kelvin and Hughes (Industrial), Ltd.), 296*
  • Fleet. See Warships
  • Fleming, Sir A., on Practical Training of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, 201
  • Flexural Members, Elementary Theory and Design of (Review), 355
  • Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Flood Control and Hydro-Electric Schemes,253 Floor, Concrete, Protected Against Acid, 776 Flotation, Froth, of Coal, Experiments at Leith, 491
  • Flow, Fluid, and Air Flow in Steel Furnaces Cinema Film of, 373
  • in Heat Exchange Apparatus, 244, 252 See LETTER, 468
  • — Gas, Phenomena, and Wave Effects, 423*
  • — Steady and Pulsating, Critical Reynolds
  • Numbers for, 389
  • — Viscous-Fluid, Measurement of, Apparatus
  • for (G. Kent, Ltd.), 544*
  • — Meter, Fuel (British Internal-Combustion
  • Engine Research Association), 103*
  • Fuel-Air (Bailey Meters and Controls, Ltd.), 43 ,
  • Flow, Meter. Transmitting (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 103
  • Flue Gases, Recovery of Ammonium-Sulphate and Sulphur from, 289
  • Sulphur in, Investigations by Fuel Research Board, 657
  • Sulphur Recovery from 36
  • Sulphur Recovery from, Pilot Plant for,
  • 507
  • Fluid and Air Flow in Steel Furnaces, Cinema Film of, 373
  • — Flow Through Channels, Critical Reynolds
  • Numbers for, 389
  • — — in Heat Exchange Apparatus, 244, 252.
  • See LETTER, 468
  • '— Friction. See Ship Resistance
  • — for Hydraulic Power Transmission, 787 “ Fluxo,” Packing Machine, 100
  • Flying Boats. See Aeronautics
  • Fodens, Ltd., 120-h.p. Six-Cylinder Marine Diesel Engine, 406* ; 60-kW Oil-Engined Generating Set, 406
  • Food, Population, Industry and Standard of Living, 593. See LETTER, 692
  • Footbridge, Cantilever, Prestressed-Concrete, at Shrewsbury, 780
  • Ford Motor Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Royal Agricultural Society Show, 119*; Fordson- Major Agricultural Tractor, 663*
  • “ Fordson-Major ” Agricultural Tractor, 663* Forge Lane Works, Manchester, Hot-Dip Wire-
  • Galvanising Plant at, 556
  • Forging for Hollow Steel Propeller Blades for Aircraft, 162
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • — Wrought, Aluminium-AIloy, Specification,
  • Forrest Lecture on Unsolved Problems in
  • Civil Engineering, 19. See LETTER, 83 Forward, E. A., on Chapman’s Locomotives,
  • 1812-15, 457, 488
  • Foster Wheeler, Ltd., Boilers for H.M. Ships, Testing of, 116, 286. See LETTERS, 404, 436 ; Erection of Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 385
  • Foundations for Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields, Ltd., 616
  • — for Road Bridge over River Tagus, 801*
  • — Transmission Tower, Reinforced-Concrete
  • Piles for, 420*
  • — for Uskmouth Power Station, 48* Foundry, Propeller, Bull’s Metal and Melloid
  • Co., Ltd., 717
  • — Steel, Problems and Achievements, 466
  • — See also Castings ; Moulding Foundrymen, Institute of British. See British Four-Level Intersection for Los Angeles Freeway, 196
  • Fowler, J., and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., “ Challenger” 50-b.h.p. Diesel Crawler Tractor, 673*
  • Fowler, Dr. R. T., on Ingot-Mould Temperature Measurement, 741
  • Fox, J., on Smoke Abatement in Boiler Firing, 564
  • Fractionating Column, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386
  • Fracture,.Brittle, of Metals, Due to Phosphorus and Nitrogen, 502*; 5'40
  • of Mild Steel, Investigation on, 278,445*.
  • See LETTER, 371 of Steel Plates, 723, 745, 796
  • — Cleavage, of Ship Plates, Investigations on,
  • 690
  • — of Metals, Factors Affecting, 502*
  • — of Steel Plates in Ships, 10,192 Frameworks, Multi-Bay Single-Storey, Stress
  • Analysis of, 772*, 804
  • France, Electricity Supply Industry Statistics,
  • 508
  • — and England, Telegraph Cable Between,
  • 1851, 403
  • — Production of Miniature Radio Valves in, 64
  • — See also French
  • Francis, Dr. W., on Recovery of Sulphur from Flue Gases, 36 ; on Removal of Sulphur Compounds from Industrial Gases, 180
  • — Turbines. See. Turbines, HydrauZic Frank, Sir T. P., the Late, 628
  • Franklin, E., on Design of /3 and a-Radiation Measuring Instruments, 63
  • Franz Isodynamic Magnetic Ore Separator, 371 Fraser, F„ the Late, 686
  • “ Freeway Road ” System, California, 196 French Motor Cars at Paris Motor Show, 467, 501
  • — National Railways, Single-Phase Electric
  • Traction at 50 Cycles, 499,521*, 545*, 583*
  • — Turbo-Jet “ Atar-101,” 173
  • — See also France
  • Fretting Corrosion Apparatus, Investigation with, 651*
  • Friction Clutch. See Clutch
  • — Investigations in Australia, 565
  • — and Lubrication of Solids (Review), 164
  • — and Surface Damage of Non-Metaflic Solids,
  • 694, 724, 797
  • — and Wear, Research on, 649*, 697*
  • — in Wire Drawing, Investigations on, 454 Froth Flotation, Application to Coal Cleaning.
  • 491
  • Froude, W., Work on Resistance of Ships, 41, 121
  • Fuel-Air Flowmeter (Bailey Meters and Controls, Ltd.), 43*
  • — Consumption, 120-h.p. Graf and Stift
  • Two-Stroke Oil Engine^l*
  • in Oil Engines, 543*
  • — —? and Performance Curves, 160-b.h.p.
  • Dorman Diesel Engine, 292*
  • 50-b.h.p. Two-Stroke Two-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 673*
  • — Experimental Station, Haslar, Work of,
  • 116, 286, 299
  • — Flow Meter (British Internal-Combustion
  • Engine Research Association), 103*
  • — Internal-Oombustion Engine, Self-Ignition
  • Characteristics of, 524
  • — Liquid. See also OiZ BueZ
  • — Motor, Developments in, 69 See also Gas ; Producer
  • — Oil. See OiZ BueZ
  • Fuel and Power, Ministry of, Statement on Electricity-Supply Failure in North-West England, 339; Report on Schemes for District Heating of Housing Estates, 410* ; Research and Development Work of, 659, 726*, 793*, 823*; Power-Station Programme, 723
  • — — Shortage, Conference on, Programme,
  • 329; Proceedings, 467
  • — Problems, Britain’s, 476*, 505*
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 1946-49,
  • 657
  • in Commonwealth, Proposals for, 439 Station, Model of Plant for Sulphur
  • Recovery from Flue Gases, 289 ; Work of Station, 476*, 505*
  • — Technological Laboratory, Stephenson
  • Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 682*, 691
  • — Testing Laboratory, Development Centre,
  • Simon Engineering Group, 19, 75*
  • — See also OoaZ; Oil; Gas ; Peat; Pulverised
  • Fuel
  • “ Fullagar,” First All-Welded Sea-Going Ship, 192
  • Fume Extractor for Welding Shop (Spencer and Halstead, Ltd.), 327*
  • Furnace, Annealing, Gas-Fired, for Sheet and Strip, 769*
  • — Blast, Developments in Scotland, 567
  • — Boiler. See also Stoker
  • — Coke-Fired Down-Jet, Model of (British
  • Coal Utilisation Research Association), 107*
  • — Crucible,. Central-Axis, Power-Tilted (Mor
  • gan Crucible Co., Ltd.), 295*
  • — Cyclone, Model of (Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.),
  • 406*
  • — Electric, HGroult Steel-Melting, Model of,
  • 336*
  • — Experimental, for Flame-Radiation Trials,
  • 705*
  • — Gas-Fired, Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields,
  • Ltd., 617*
  • — Oil-Fired, Recording Instruments for
  • (Bailey Meters and Controls, Ltd.), 43*
  • — Open-Hearth, British, Advances in, 373
  • — — Hearth, Reactions in, 569*
  • — Pipe-Still, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — See also Coke Ovens
  • " GAL-60 ” Freighter Aircraft, 392*
  • Galvanising, Hot-Dip, for General Work, Report on, 434
  • — Plant for Wire (R. Johnson and Nephew, Ltd.), 556*
  • Gamma and Beta Radiation, Measuring Instruments for, 63
  • Gangway, Level, at Holyhead Harbour, 395* Gantry. See Crane
  • Garage, Omnibus, with Concrete Shell Roof, Bournemouth, 588*
  • Gardner, H. H., on Structural Problems of Advanced Aircraft, 767
  • Gas, Carbon Dioxide. See Uctrfion Dioxide
  • — Coke-Oven. See Coke Oven
  • — Council, Report on Catalytic Removal of
  • Sulphur from Town Gas, 667*; Annual Report and Statement of Accounts, 1951, 753
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Flow Phenomena and Wave Effects, 423*
  • — Flue, Recovery of Ammonium-Sulphate and
  • Sulphur from, 289
  • Sulphur Recovery from, 36,180
  • Sulphur Recovery from, Pilot Plant for, 507*
  • — and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — Industrial, Removal of Sulphur Compounds
  • from, 36, 180, 289, 507*, 667*
  • — Industry, Report of Gas Council, 753 Technical Advances in 100 Years, 39
  • — Liquefiable, Filling Ratios for, Specifica
  • tion, 79
  • — Pipeline Beneath River Neath, 567*
  • — Producer. See Producer
  • — Purifier, Catalytic “ Deoxo ” (Baker Plat
  • inum, Ltd.), 428*
  • — Services in Buildings, Jointing Materials
  • for, Specification, 671
  • — Town, Catalytic Removal of Sulphur from,
  • 667*
  • — Turbine. See Turbine
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Carbon Dioxide ; Nitrogen ; Oxy
  • gen, etc.
  • Gaseous Explosions. See Accidents
  • Gasification, Underground, of Coal, Experiments with, 795, 823*
  • Gasoline. See Engine, Petrol; Aeronautics Gate, Emergency and Control, Fannich Hydro- Electric Scheme, 65*
  • — Shaft, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65*
  • — Sluice, “ Birmabright,” for River Thames
  • Weirs, 592*
  • Gateshead Factory of Sigmund Pumps, Ltd., 652*
  • “ Gatric ” Gas Turbine, 382
  • Gauge, Beta-Ray Thickness, for Industrial Use, 63. See 9*
  • — Control, Continuous, in Sheet and Strip
  • Rolling, 563
  • — Deposit, Atmospheric Pollution, Specifica
  • tion, 671
  • —- Extension Rolling-Mill (Baldwin Instrument Co., Ltd.), 9
  • — Strain, Electrical-Resistance, Use for Tests
  • of Concrete, 356*. See LETTERS, 468*, 531, 596, 788
  • Use in Marine Propellers and Shafting 18, 228
  • — Thickness, Beta-Ray (Baldwin Instrument
  • Co., Ltd.), 9*. See 63
  • Gauging and Measuring Screw Threads, Report on, 369
  • Gear Design, Some Unknowns in, 734, 763. See LETTER, 789
  • — Epicyclic, Allen-Stoeckicht, for 1,000-kW
  • Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 609*
  • — Helical, Creep-Cut, Form of Tooth Surfaces,
  • 484*, 517*, 550*, 582*
  • Gear Hobbing Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Lubrication and Lubricants, Symposium on,
  • Arrangements for, 787
  • — Teeth Investigations by Motor Industry
  • Research Association, 715
  • — Tooth Undulatioh Records, Analysis of, 373*
  • — Transmission “ Challenger ” 50-b.h.p.
  • Diesel Crawler Tractor, 673*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Manne Propulsion
  • Gearbox for 500-h.p. Diesel-Mechanical Locomotive, 365*
  • — Marine, S.L.M. Twin-Engine (Modern
  • Wheel Drive, Ltd.), 294*
  • — Reduction-Spur Flange-Mounted (Electro
  • power Gears, Ltd.), 736*
  • — Reverse-Reduction, for Motor Launch
  • Self-Changing Gear Co., Ltd.), 496*
  • — for Twin Marine Diesel Engines (Power
  • Plant Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • Gearing, Reduction, Naval, Testing of, 349, 383 S.S. “ Velutina,”fi42*
  • — Research Association, Admiralty-Vickers,
  • Work of, 116, 286; Investigations on Creep-Cut Helical Gears, 484*, 517*, 550*, 582*
  • “ Gem,” Series IV Rotary Cultivator, 757*
  • General Election and Engineering Industry, 561
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., “ Physical Eye ” Colorimeter and Spectrophotometer, 105* ; Electrical Equipment for 625-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 172* ; Alternating-Current Welding Equipment, 322; Development in Germanium Triodes, 329*. See Erratum, 490 ; Measuring Variations in Diameter of Machine-Drawn Glass Tubing, 425* ; 600-Volt Air-Break Switchgear, 511* ; Ultrasonic Tests Apparatus for Pneumatic Tyres, 606*; , Heavy Engineering Works, Witton, 620*; Radio- Frequency Edge-Gluing Machine, 633*
  • Generating Station. See Power Station
  • Generator, Electric, 10-kVA Alternating- Current Compensated (Mawdsley’s, Ltd.), 359
  • Alternating-Current, Winding (Review), 101
  • — — 9-h.p., Diesel-Driven Compressor and
  • Pump (Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • — — 390-kW Diesel-Driven, S.S. “ Kenya,”
  • 439*
  • for 625-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 172*
  • — — Early History of, 219
  • 125-kW Diesel-Driven, M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 140*
  • — — 20-kW Diesel-Driven (Russell Newbery
  • and Co., Ltd.), 360*
  • — — 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Driven (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 609*
  • — — 13,333-kVA, Grudie Bridge Power
  • Plant, 130*
  • 1,700-kV Impulse (Johnson and Phillips, Ltd.), 555*. See Erratum, 621
  • Induction-Heating, High-Frequency (Philips Electrical, Ltd.), 225*
  • 60-MW, J. C. Keith Power Station, Windsor, Ontario, 668*
  • — — Marine, 67-5-h.p. Diesel-Driven (Ruston
  • <fc Hornsby, Ltd.), 290*
  • 60-kW Oil-Engined (Fodens, Ltd.), 406* Testing Plant for,; General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • 400-kW Turbine-Driven, S.S. “ Verena,” 643*
  • — — 32,000-kVA, Vila Nova Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 208
  • Welding, Direct-Current (Max Arc and Electrics, Ltd.), 363*
  • 30-MW, West Ham " B ” Power Station, 77*
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Geography, World, of Petroleum (Review), 195 German Union of Engineers, Celebration of Seventy-Five Years of Otto Four-Stroke Engine, 522
  • Germanium Triodes, Developments in (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 329*. See Erratum-, 490
  • Germany, Sponsored Research in, Reports on, 576
  • — Western, Electricity Supply Industry
  • Statistics, 508*
  • Gibb, Sir A., and Partners, Fannich Hydro- Electric Scheme, 65*, 129*; West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 76*
  • Gibb, Sir C., on Two Thousand Years of Engineering, 219. See 214.
  • Giebeler, R., Machine for Making Serviette Paper, 39*
  • Gilbert, Dr. P. T., on Corrosion of Buried Metals, 786
  • Gilet, P. M., on Analysis of Gear-Tooth Undulation Records, 373*
  • Gilkes, G., and Gordon, Ltd., Model of Hydro-
  • Electric Power Plant, 290
  • Girbotol Process for Sulphur Recovery, 181 Girders. See Beams ; Bridges
  • Girling, W„ Reservoir, London Water Supply, Opening of, 307
  • Glaisher, W. H., on Surface Stresses in Ingot Moulds, 741
  • Glasgow Boys, Study of (Review), 721
  • — Corporation Water Department, Annual
  • Report, 287
  • — Industrial Power Exhibition, 33*, 84*, 106*,
  • 133*, 166*
  • — Passenger Transport in, Report on, 692
  • — Royal Technical College, Teaching of
  • Metallurgy, 567, 607
  • — University, Post-Graduate Courses in
  • Applied Thermodynamics, 53. See LETTER, 83
  • Glass-Tubing, Machine-Drawn, Measuring Variation in Diameter of, 425*
  • Glenfield <fc Kennedy, Ltd., Gates, Screens and Valves for Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65*
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., 120-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Marine Diesel Engine, 405*
  • Glossary of Terms- Used in Plastics Industry, 440
  • Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd., “ Meteor” Ground- Attack Aircraft, 354; Twin-Engined Delta-Wing Fighter Aeroplane, 766*
  • Gluing Machine, Edge-, Radio-Frequency (Fielding and Platt, Ltd.), 633*
  • Godfrey, Sir G., and Partners (Industrial), Ltd. 297
  • Golder, Dr. H. Q., on Marsh Reclamation at Southampton, 738*
  • Goodall, S. E., on Use of Gas Pressure Cables for High-Voltage Systems, 232
  • Goodger, A. H., on Heat Treatment of Welds in Pipelines, 125*, 157*, 191*
  • , Goods Van, Standard 12-ton Covered, British Railways, 493
  • Gordon, J. E., on Plastics for Aircraft Structures, 297
  • Gossling, P. W. L., on Stability of Oil in Transformers, 819
  • Governing of Hydraulic Turbines, 213, 217*. See LETTER, 404
  • Government Policy for Higher Technological Education, Statement on, 401. See LETTER,662
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • Governor Gear for 12-MW Francis Hydraulic Turbines, 130*
  • for 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 613
  • Graf and Stift 120-h.p. Two-Stroke Oil Engine, 1*
  • Graham, G., 1673-1751, Bicentenary of, 660
  • Gramophone Co., Ltd., Television Receiver, 159, 275, 311
  • Graneek, M., on Pneumatic Comparator of High Sensitivity, 414*
  • Grant, J. W., on Mechanical Properties of Ingot Mould Irons, 710
  • Graphite in Cast Iron, Crystal Structure of, 695 Grass Cutter, Rotary (Hayters, Ltd.), 148* Grassam, Dr. N. S.. J., on Tests of Concrete, with Electrical-Resistance Strain Gauges, 356*. See LETTERS, 468*, 531, 596, 788 Grates. See Stoker
  • Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Magnetic . Temperature Detector, 671*
  • Grayson, Sir H. M., the Late, 564
  • Great Britain, Electricity Supply Industry Statistics, 508
  • ” Great Eastern,” S.S., Construction of, 11,25* Great Western Railway, Work of I. K. Brunel on, 599*, 633*. See LETTER, 692
  • Greek and Roman Engineering, 219
  • Greenford Laboratories of British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 585*, 615*
  • Greenwich, Fuel Research Station at, Work of, 476*, 505
  • . — Observatory, Royal, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 309
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Third Party in Biddle versus Truvox Engineering Co., Ltd., Decision on, 816
  • Greer-Mercier Hydraulic Accumulator (Finney Presses, Ltd.), 704*
  • Gregory, R. W., and Partners, Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 681*, 691. See LETTER, 817
  • “ Greyhound,” H.M.S., Resistance Trials of, 41,121
  • Grid, High-Voltage, British, 246, 250
  • — System, 132-kV British, Control Equipment
  • for, 572
  • Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., 125th Anniversary Catalogue, 43
  • Griffiths, L. H., on Concrete Structures and Corrosion, 775*
  • Grinding Machines. See AfacAine Tools
  • — Mills for Cement Works at Shoreham-by-
  • Sea, 98
  • Grodzinski, P., on Rockwell Hardness Diamond Penetrator, 180*. See 89*. See LETTER, 404
  • Grubb, Sir H., Parsons and Co., Ltd., 74-in Reflecting Telescope. 246
  • Grudie Bridge Hydro-Electric Plant, 65*, 129* Guest, Keen and Baldwins Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Reorganisation of, 403
  • Guest Keen and Baldwins Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Reorganisation of, 403
  • Guildford Power Station, Boiler Explosion, Report on, 749
  • Guillotine. See Paper Guillotine
  • Gun Control, Electrical Servo-Mechanisms for, 825'
  • — Machine, Aircraft, Development of “ C.C.”
  • Gear for, 603*. See LETTER, 789
  • — See also Explosives and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Gunboats. See Warships
  • Guy, B., on Standard of Living, 692. See 593
  • Gwynne, N. G., the Late, 84
  • Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., Impellers for Pumps, 360; 12-Stage Hydraulic Pump, 360*
  • HACKING, SIR J., on Work of Electricity Supply Industry, 508*
  • Hadekel, R., on Investigation of Hydraulic Lock, 660*. See 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660, 788
  • Hadfields Ltd., Opening of Heavy Forge Shop at East Hecla Works, 595, 616*
  • Haldane, T. G. N.. on High-Voltage Transmission and Hydro-Electric Schemes, 249*. See 245
  • Hall, H. W., on Material Problems of High- Altitude Aircraft, 298
  • Hamilton, Dr. S. B., on Need for Change in Policy of British Association, 309
  • Hammer-Mill for Feeding Stuffs (Christy and Norris, Ltd.), 136
  • — — “ Kaybee ” (T. R. Walker), 757*
  • Hampson, H., on Heat Transfer during Condensation of Steam, 221*. See 244. See Erratum, 248
  • Hamworthy Engineering Co., Ltd., Three- Stage Air Compressor for Engine Starting, 293*
  • Hancock, A. E., the Late, 558
  • Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Oxygen Profiling Machine, 321*
  • Handforth, J. R., on Argon-Arc Welding of Aluminium Alloys, 627
  • Handley Page, Ltd., “ Hermes 5 ” Air Liner, 392
  • Handling, Coal, Plant for, West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77* i
  • — Equipment in Iron and Steel Industry,
  • Developments, 234
  • — Plant at Cement Works at Shoreham-by
  • Sea, 97*
  • Hankey, Lord, on Higher Technical and Scientific Man-Power, 298, 348
  • Harbour, Aberdeen, Model of, Investigations with, 283*
  • — and Dock Works, Port Equipment (Review’)
  • 483
  • — Holyhead, Level Gangway at, 395*
  • — Southampton, Dredging and Reclamation
  • Work, 737*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening of Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Harding, H. J. B., on Practical Training of Civil Engineers, 201
  • Hardness of Metals (Review), 740
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Hardwick, J., on Design of /3- and y-Radiation Measuring Instruments, 63
  • Hardy, Dr. H. K., on Aluminium-Copper- Titanium and Cadmium Alloys, 455
  • Harland Engineering Co., Ltd., 12-MW Francis Hydraulic Turbines for Fannich Hydro- Electric Scheme, 129*; Single-Stage Centrifugal Pump, 136
  • Harland-Morgan Smith “ Rotovalve ” for Hydraulic Turbine, 218*. See LETTER, 404
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 400-b.h.p. Gas-Engined Two-Stage Air Compressor, 405* ; 330-h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine for Rail Traction 405*; S.S. “ Rhodesia Castle,” 587*
  • S.S. “ Verena,” 641*
  • Harris, T. R., on History of Hayle Foundry, 102
  • Harrow, Disc (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 73*
  • Harry, E. D., on Metallography of Carbon in Silicon-Iron Alloys, 708
  • Hartlepool, Palliser Works, Prestressed-Con- crete Tanks at, 235*
  • Hartley, A. C., on His Life and Work, 534* 603*. See 563. See LETTER, 789
  • Harvester, Beet, Tractor-Mounted (Johnson’s (Engineering), Ltd.), 714*
  • Harvey and Co.’s Hayle Foundry, History of, 102 Harwell Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Study of Mesons with Cyclotron, 595 ; Central Heating from Atomic Pile, 653
  • Harwich-Zeebrugge Service, M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 139*
  • Haslar, Admiralty Fuel Experimental Station, Work of, 116, 286, 299 I
  • Haslegrave, Dr. H. L., on British Technical Colleges in Engineering Education, 169; on Technical Colleges and Education for Electrical Industry, 765
  • Hawker Aircraft, Ltd., P.1067 Fighter Aircraft 342*
  • Hawksley Lecture on Some Fuel and Power Projects, 659, 726*, 793*, 823*
  • Hawthorn, R. and W., Leslie, and Co., Ltd., Gas- Turbine Alternator for M.S. “ Auris,” 307
  • Hay,'Prof. R., on Iron and Steel Industry in 1895 and To-day, 567, 607
  • Hay-Baling Machine, Automatic Pick-up (Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co.), 117*
  • Hayle Foundry, History of, 102'
  • Hayters, Ltd., Rotary Grass Cutters, 148*
  • Head, Sqdr. Leader T. R., on Reduction of Drag by Distributed Suction, 359
  • Head Wrightson Aluminium, Ltd., Aluminium- Alloy Derrick Jibs, 182; Sluice Gates of “ Birmabright ” Light Alloy, 592*
  • Health, Public, in Municipal Engineering, 6
  • — of Welders, Report of Investigations on, 530 Hearing Aid, Inductive (Ossicaide Hearing
  • Aids), 312*
  • Heat Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Aeronautics
  • Laboratory, Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 681*, 691
  • — Exchange Apparatus, Contra-Flow, Pro
  • portioning of, 244, 252. See LETTER, 468
  • — Exchanger for Coal-Burning Gas Turbine,
  • 728*, 793*
  • — —- Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • for 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set for Royal Navy, 609*
  • for Gas Turbines, Design of, 229*
  • — — Recuperative, for Gas Turbines (Heat
  • Exchangers, Ltd.), 449*
  • for 190-h.p. Rolls-Royce Oil Engine, 45*
  • Heat Exchangers, Ltd., Recuperative Heat Exchanger for Gas Turbines, 449*
  • — Investigations in Australia, 566, 613
  • — Process, in Paper Mills, Use of Gas Turbines
  • for, 610*
  • — Pump, Gas-Operated, at Royal Festival
  • Hall, Test of, 794
  • at Shinfleld Field Station, 615*
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
  • — Transfer during Condensation of Steam,
  • 221*, 244. See Kmituwi, 248
  • in Condensers of Vapour, 339
  • —- — Conference on, Programme, 96, 339; Dinner, 371
  • —'— in Rocket Power Plants, 341
  • — and Thermodynamics (Review), 388
  • Heater, Air, for 1,000-h.p. Coal-Fired Gas Turbine, 793*
  • — Electric, .for Bolt Blanks (Asea Electric,
  • Ltd.), 321*
  • 25-kW Induction (Applied High Frequency, Ltd.), 262*
  • 3|-kW Induction (Radio Heaters, Ltd.), 263*
  • — Induction, Radio-Frequency (Redifon, Ltd.),
  • 135
  • — for Sealing Compounds for Concrete Road
  • Joints (Aeroil Products Co., Inc.), 368*
  • Heating, Central, from Atomic Pile, 653
  • by Hot Water, Gas-Fired Boilers for, Standard Code, 207
  • — District, Adaptation of Electric Power
  • Stations to, 637
  • of Housing Estates, Preparation of Schemes for, 410*
  • Heating, Domestic, investigations by Fuel Research Board, 657
  • — Equipment, Electro-Gas (Standard Tele
  • phones and Cables, Ltd.), 362*
  • — and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of,
  • Heat Treatment of Welds in Pipelines, by A. H. Goodger, 125*, 157*, 191* ; Britain’s Fuel Problems and Work of Fuel Research Station, by Dr. A. Parker, 476*, 505
  • — Investigations by British Electrical and
  • Allied Industries Research Association, 615*
  • Hechtman, R. A., on Cleavage Fractures of Ship Plates, 690
  • “ Heetmaster ” for Bituminous Road Joint- Sealing Compounds, 368*
  • Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Helicopters. See Aeronautics
  • Henderson, J. M., and Co., 10-ton Derricks with Aluminium-Alloy Jibs, 182
  • Henley’s, W. T„ Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., Cables and Wires for Ships, 290 : Rein- forced-Concrete Piles Under Tension, 421*
  • Henman, W. H., on Situation in Non-Ferrous^ Metals Industry,-45
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Atritor Coal Pulveriser for Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 101*; Drilling Machine with Cam Feed Head, 205* ; Exhibition of Measuring and Inspection Equipment, 464*; Schiess Horizontal Boring Machine, 685*
  • “ Hermes 5 ” Air Liner, 392
  • H6roult Steel-Melting Electric Furnace, Model of, 336
  • Herstmonceux Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 309
  • Heselwood, W. C„ on Cast Irons Used in Ingot Moulds, 741
  • Hesford, C. M„ and Co., Ltd., Winch for Tractor, 713*
  • Hessenberg, W. C. F., on Continuous Gauge Control on Sheet and Strip Rolling, 563
  • Hetherington, Sir H., on the Broader Outlook, 210
  • Heysham-Morecambe-Lancaster Railway, Trials of Single-phase Traction at 50 Cycles, 659
  • Hibbert, Col. F., the Late, 115
  • “ Hico ” Sectional Steel Centring, 684* High-Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials) Highway Bridges, Welded Deck (Review), 355
  • — See Roads
  • Hilger Lathe Projector, 464* ; Angle Dekkor, 464*
  • Hilger and Watts, Ltd., Wire-Drawing Die Profilometer, 9*; Precision Surveying Instruments, 105
  • Hill, Prof. G. T. R., on Advances in Aircraft Structural Design, 537*. See 297
  • Hillman Motor Car Co., Ltd., “ Minx” Motor Car, 532*
  • Hindmarcn, E., on Froth Flotation of Coal, 491* H.M.SS. See under Warships
  • Hobbing Machines, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Hodgkinson, E., Testing Machine for Cast-Iron Columns in 1840, 30*
  • Hoe, Beet (Belton Brothers and Drury), 118*
  • — Rotary, with Hymatic Compressor (Rotary
  • Hoes, Ltd.), 757*
  • Tractor-Drawn (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 757*
  • Hoff, Prof. N. J., on Structural Problems of Future Aircraft, 573*. See 297
  • Hogarth, B., the Late, 558
  • Hoists. See Cranes ; Derricks
  • Holden and Hunt, Ltd., 15-kVA Spot-Welder, 363*
  • Holders, Cable, for Power Transmission Lines, 61*
  • Holfelder, Prof. O., on Exhaust-Gas-Oxygen System in Otto Engines, 524
  • Holland-Denmark Submarine Telephone Cable, 435
  • — Electricity-Supply Industry Statistics, 508*
  • — Ijmuiden, Flame-Radiation Trials at, 705*
  • — Rubber Research Station, Delft, Inaugura
  • tion of, 658, 694*
  •  ?— See also Dutch
  • Holloway Brothers (London), Ltd., Littlebrook “ C ” Power Station, 80*
  • Hollywood “ Freeway,” Los Angeles, 196* Holme Moss Television Station, Transmission Feeders at, 235; Opening of, 459*
  • Holyhead Harbour, Level Gangway at, 395*
  • Home Office Industrial Museum, Lecture, Higher Technical and Scientific Man- Power, by Lord Hankey, 298, 348
  • Hoover, Ltd.-; Fractional Horse-Power Electric Motors, 290
  • Hopkins, B. E., on High-Purity Iron and Iron Alloys, 777
  • Hopkinson, Prof. B„ Influence of, 535,603 Hopper Dredger. See Dredger
  • Horological Work of G. Graham, 1673-1751, 660
  • Horton Clay Quarry for Cement Works at Shoreham-on-Sea, 97*
  • Hose Couplings, Specification, 512
  • Hot Water for District Heating of Housing Estates, 411*
  • Houldcroft, P. T„ on Arc Welding of Thick Aluminium-Alloy Plate, 627
  • House of Commons Select Committee, Report, on His Majesty’s Dockyards, 273; Report on Rearmament, 306
  • — Small, Wiring Regulations for, 691
  • Housing Estates, District Heating of, Preparation of Schemes for, 410*
  • Howard, E. C. (1774-1816), Chemical-Engineering Work of, 91
  • Howard “Rotavator” for Ferguson Tractors (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 23*
  • Howden and Jarrow, Pedestrian Tunnel Between, Opening of, 115
  • Howis, C. C., the Late, 430
  • Hudson, F., on Influence of Specifications on Productivity of Metals, 553. See 596
  • Hudson, Dr. J. C., on Corrosion of Buried Iron and Steel Pipes, 786
  • Hudson, K., and Son, Multi-Row Beet Topper, 119*
  • Hughes, Dr. T. P., on Material Problems of High-Altitude Aircraft, 298
  • Hulf, H. J., on Dynamometer for Torque and Thrust Due to Drilling, 487*
  • Hull of M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” Roughness Records of, 154*
  • Hull, Mytongage Bridge, Automatic Dummy- Operating Gear for, 534*
  • Hull, W. G., on Arc Welding of Thick Aluminium-Alloy Plate, 627
  • Humidity-Test Cabinet (Barlow-Whitney, Ltd.) 295*
  • Humphreys, G. H., the Late, 340
  • Humphreys, H. P., on Design of Large Pumping Installations, 627
  • Humphrys, L. A. H., on Proposed Preservation of Festiniog Railway, 83
  • Hunslet Engine Co., Ltd., 500-h.p. Diesel- Mechanical Locomotive for Peru, 364*
  • Hunt, G. L., on Quality and Reliability in Electronic Valves, 63
  • “ Hydetsco ” Shaping Machine, 85*
  • Hydraulic Accumulator, Greer-Mercier (Finney Presses, Ltd.), 704*
  • — Lock, Preliminary Investigation of, 513*
  • 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Pit Props (Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd.),
  • 35*
  • —- Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • — Pumps. See Pump
  • — Transients (Review), 579
  • — Turbines. See Turbines; Pelton Wheels;
  • Power Plant
  • Hydraulics, Complements of, Part II (Review), 451
  • — See also Hydrodynamics ; Irrigation ; Water Hydrodynamics, Review of High-Speed Developments in Water-Based Aircraft, 441*, 478*. See 341
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Hydrogenation for Production of Oilfrom Coal at Fuel Research Board, 506*
  • " Hydropulsion ” Pump, 362*
  • Hymatic Compressor for “ Bantam ” Rotary Hoe, 757*
  • I. G. ACTIVE-CHARCOAL PROCESS for Sulphur Recovery, 181
  • Ignition Systems, Wireless Interference from, Report on, 211
  • Ijmuiden, Holland, Flame-Radiation Trials at, 705*
  • Iliffe, C. E., on Proportioning Contra-Flow Heat Exchanger Apparatus, 252. See 244. See LETTER, 468
  • Illinois University Bulletin on Cleavage Fractures of Ship Plates, by Prof. W. M. Wilson, R. A. Hechtman and Prof. W. H. Bruckner, 690
  • Illumination. See Lighting ; and Ltmps under Electric
  • Image Converters in High-Speed Photography, 64
  • Impact Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Impellers for Pumps (Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd.), 360
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Rock Demolition at Fannich Loch, 67*; Explosives for Trenching in Bed of River Neath, 567*
  • — College of Science and Technology, Courses
  • on Hydro-Electric Power Engineering, 315; Battery-Charging Equipment, 603* Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd., Gas Producer for Gas Turbines, 793*
  • — Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Incentives and Work Study (Review), 402 Inclusions, Non-Metallic, Effect on Hot-
  • Workability of . Steel, 372
  • Income Tax, Deduction of Entertainment Expenses, Decision in, 339
  • India, Public Health Engineering in, 7
  • — Rubber. See Rubber
  • Indian Government Railways, Double-Headed Milling Machine for Locomotive Frames, 748*
  • — Railways, Railway Carriage for (Birming
  • ham Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.), 168* Indicating Systems for Internal-Combustion Engines, 806*
  • Induction. See Electric
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Centres, Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142,
  • 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430 (See LETTER, 564), 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 812. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • — Destiny of the World (Review), 516
  • — Economics. See Labour
  • — Furnaces. See Eurnaces
  • — Management. See Worfcs Management
  • — Research. See Research
  • Industries, British, Federation of. See Federation
  • — Food, Population and Standard of Living
  • 593. See LETTER, 692
  • — Importance of Electric Supply to, 637
  • — Recent Progress in Generation of Atomic
  • Power for, 51
  • — State-Owned, and Legal Aid, 787,
  • — Visual Aids to, Exhibition, Leed, 564
  • — See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Inflation, Effect on Industrial Capital Resources
  • 659
  • Ingot Moulds, Stresses in, Symposium on, 710, 741
  • Ingram, Capt. (E) L. F., on Boiler and Turbine Testing, 285', 299, 349*, 382*. See 17,116. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • Inhibition, Oxidation, for Transformer Oils, 819 Inspection Machine (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 464*
  • — and Measuring Equipment Exhibition, 464* Inspector-Consultant’s Role in Railway Work,
  • 562
  • Institute. See Institutions
  • Institution, British Standards. See Standards
  • — of Production Engineers. See Production
  • — Royal. See Royal Institution
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical
  • Society, Royal; Agricultural Society, Royal; Aslib ; British Aircraft Constructors,^ Society of; British Association; British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education; British Foundrymen, Institute of; Cement and Concrete Association ; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Chemical Industry, Society of; Chemistry, Royal Institute of; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Combustion Engineering Association ; Concrete, Reinforced, Association ; Consulting Engineers, Association of ; _ Electrical Engineers, Institution of ; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of; Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland; Junior Institution of Engineers; Locomotive Engineers, institution of; Materials and Their Testing, Joint Committee on; Mechanical Engineers, American Society of ; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metals, Institute of; Mining Engineers, Institution of; Mining Institute of Scotland; Naval Architects, Institution of; Newcomen Society; North East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; Paper and Board Makers’ Association, British ; Petroleum, Institute of; Physical Society; Production Engineers, Institution of; Radio Engineers, i British Institution of; Railway Students’ Association; Royal Institution; Royal Photographic Society; Royal Society; Stress Analysis, Experimental, Society for ; Testing Materials, American Society for; Verein Deutscher Ingenieure; Women’s Engineering Society
  • Instruments, Cross-Spring Pivots for, Design of, 473*
  • — Indicating and Recording (Accurate Record
  • ing Instrument Co.), 290
  • — Industries, British, Exhibition, Olympia,
  • 9*, 43*, 103*
  • — Maintenance Mechanics, Courses for, City,
  • and Guilds of London Institute, 216
  • — Making, by G. Graham, 1673-1751, 660
  • — Measuring, Electrical, British Achievements
  • in, 8
  • for Power Transmission Systems, 571
  • — for Motor-Vehicle Research Proving Ground,
  • Nuneaton, 12*
  • — for Open-Hearth Furnaces, Increased Use,373
  • — Scientific, Research Association, British,
  • Constant Direct-Current Source, 104*
  • — Surveying, Precision (Hilger and Watts,
  • Ltd.), 105
  • — Track-Plotting, for Aircraft, Automatic
  • (Decca Navigator Co., Ltd.), 589*
  • — See also Aeronau&cs ; Electric Insulation. See Electric Interferometers, Modern (Review), 195 Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics; Engines ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors; Turbine, Gas
  • International Association for Exchange of Students, Report of, 531
  • —Cargo-Handling Co-ordination Committee, Proposed Formation, 467
  • International Combustion Co., Ltd., Boiler Plant, Littlewood “ C ” Power Station, 80*
  • — Conference on Abrasion and Wear. See
  • Rubber Research Foundation, Dutch
  • on Automatic Control, Arrangements for, 51
  • • Manufacturers, New York, Arrangements for, 627
  • — — of Naval Architects and Marine Engi
  • neers. See Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, International Conference of
  • of Ship Tank Superintendents, Washington, 437
  • — Congress of Naval Engineers, Ostend. See
  • .Naval Engineers, International Congress of -of Refrigeration, London, 275, 307
  • — — on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,
  • Turkey, Arrangements for, 632
  • — Convention for Safety of Life at Sea, 1952,
  • 788
  • — Flame-Radiation Trials in Holland, 705*
  • — Machine Tool Exhibition, 1952, Arrange
  • ments for, 51
  • — Motor Exhibition, Earl’s Court, 499, 532*
  • — Printing and Paper Fair, Dusseldorf, 37*
  • — Symposium on Abrasion, Delft. See Rubber
  • Research Foundation, Dutch
  • 1 on Organisation of Research, 619, 659
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Welding Congress, London, 115 Investment in Empire (Review), 676
  • Iraq Petroleum Co., Ltd., 16-in. Valve for, 259* Ireland, M. L., Junr., pn Higher Steam Conditions for Ships’ Machinery, 17, 86
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces'
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • — High-Purity, Production and Properties of,
  • 777
  • — Liquid, Containing Chromium, Diagram of
  • Atom Positions, 569*
  • — Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast; Metal
  • lurgy
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Silicon, Metallography and Electrical Pro
  • perties of, 708
  • — and Steel Consumers’ Council, Appoint
  • ments to, 148
  • Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain, Difference with Lord Aberconway, 146; Difference with Board of Patent Shaft and Axletree Co., Ltd., 211; Re-organisation of South Wales Steel Firms, 403
  • Increased Prices for, 211 Industry in 1895 and To-Day, 567, 607 Industry, Austrian, History of, 372 Industry, Mechanical Engineering Developments in, 234.
  • Iron and Steel—continweeZ.
  • Industries of Overseas Countries, Statistics of, 1949, 529
  • Industry of United Kingdom, Statistics of, 1950, 529

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Special Meeting in Austria :
  • Programme. 215
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 372
  • Report of Discussions, 372
  • Visits and Excursions, 372 2,000-Year Tradition of Austrian Iron and Steel Industry, by Prof. R. Walzel, 372
  • Present Metallurgical Bases of Austrian Iron and Steel Production, by Dr. B. Matuschka, 372
  • Investigations into Effect of Non-Metallic Inclusions on Hot-Workability of Steel, by F. Rapatz and M. Strobich, 372
  • Recent Advances in British Open-Hearth Furnaces, by Dr. J. H. Chesters, 372
  • Film of Fluid Flow, 373
  • Autumn General Meeting, London :
  • Programme, 461
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 659
  • Reports of Discussions, 695, 708, 741, 777 Crystal Structure of Graphite in Cast Iron, by Drs. W. S. Owen and B. G. Street, 695
  • Carbide Phase in Iron-Carbon-Silicon Alloys, by Dr. W. S. Owen, 695 Metallography of Carbon in Silicon-IroD Alloys Containing 4 per cent. Silicon, by E. H. Harry, 708
  • Variation in Electrical Properties of Silicon-Iron Transformer Sheets, by S. Rushton and D. R. G. Davies, 708
  • Production of High-Purity Iron and Iron Alloys on 25-lb. Scale, by B. E. Hopkins, G. C. H. Jenkins, H. E. N. Stone and H. G. Short, 777
  • Tensile and Impact Properties of Iron and Some Iron Alloys of High Purity, by W. P. Rees, B. E. Hopkins arid H. R. Tipler, 777
  • Physical and Mechanical Properties of Segregates in Two Alloy Steels, by Dr. H. M. Finniston and T. D. Fearnehough, 778
  • Structural Transformations in Tempering of High-Carbon Martensitic Steels, by Dr. K. H. Jack, 779
  • Magnetic Analysis of Iron-Carbon Alloys Tempering of Martensite and Retained Austenite, by J. Crangle and Prof. W. Sucksmith, 779
  • Symposium on Stresses in Ingot Moulds ;
  • Mechanical Properties of Ingot Mould Irons, by J. W. Grant, 710
  • Poisson’s Ratio for Cast Iron Used for Ingot Moulds, by J. Woolman, 710 Growth Characteristics of Some Cast Irons Used for Ingot Moulds, by W. C. Heselwood and F. B. Pickering, 741
  • Note on Relaxation Tests on Cast Iron, by
  • J. Woolman, 741
  • Determination of Surface Stresses in Ingot Moulds, by M. W. Buttler and W. H. Glaisher, 741
  • Ingot Heat Conversion; Ingot Mould Temperature Measurement, by Dr. R. T. Fowler and J. Stringer, 741
  • Ten-Ton Ingot Moulds: Comparison of Design and Conditions of Use, by A. Jackson, 741
  • Symposium on Corrosion of Buried Metals:
  • Programme, 190
  • Tests on Corrosion of Buried Iron and Steel Pipes, by Dr. J. C. Hudson and G. P. Acock,786
  • Investigations on Underground Corrosion by K. R. Butlin, Dr. W. H. J. Vernon and L. C. Whiskin, 786
  • Cathodic Protection, by K. A. Spencer, 786
  • Cathodic Protection of Buried Metal Structures, by R. de Brouwer, 786
  • Tests on Corrosion of Buried Aluminium, Copper and Lead, by Dr. P. T. Gilbert and F. C. Porter, 786
  • Corrosion of Buried Copper and Ferrous Strip in Natural and Salted Soils, by British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 786 Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland
  • Presidential Address by Prof. R. Hay on Iron and Steel Industry in 1895 and Today, 567, 607
  • — — Research Association, British, Wire-
  • Drawing Die Profilometer; 9* ; Differential-Pressure Meter for Open-Hearth Furnace, 10
  • Scrap, Increased Prices for, 275 —-? — Works. See Works
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — Wrought for Shipbuilding, 25
  • —- See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron; Metallurgy
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Columns ;
  • Roofs; Steelwork; Structures
  • Irrigation Scheme for Jordan Valley, Report on, 481*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Iroquois ” and “ Navajo,” Oil Tankers, 28
  • Irving, D. B., on Use of Gas Pressure Cables for High-Voltage Systems, 232
  • Isherwood System of Shipbuilding, 26
  • Italy, Oil-Refinery Capacity of, 108*
  • JACK, DR. K. H., on Transformations in
  • Tempering Martensitic Steels, 779
  • Jackson, A., on Ten-Ton Ingot Moulds for Steel, 741
  • Jackson and Greenen, Omnibus Garage with Concrete Shell Roof, 588*
  • Jaeger, Prof. H. E., on Design of Combined Research, Training and Cargo Ship, 18,199
  • Jaguar Cars, Ltd., 160-b.h.p. Sports Motor Car, 533*
  • James, Capt. R. K., on United-States Fleet Battle-Damage Repairs in Pacific, 18, 227
  • Jarrow and Howden, Opening of Pedestrian Tunnel Between, 115
  • Jenbach, 15-h.p., Single-Cylinder, Diesel
  • — Engine, 406*
  • Jenkin, B. M., the Late, 756
  • Jenkins, G. C. H., on High-Purity Iron and Iron Alloys, 777
  • Jenkins, J. A., on Image Converters in High- Speed Photography, 64
  • Jenkins, W. J., and Co., Ltd., Coal-Handling Plant, West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77*
  • Jets for Pelton-Wheel Turbine, 185*. See LETTER, 404
  • Jetty, for Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 385*
  • — Pipeline, for Reclamation Work at South
  • ampton, 738*
  • Jibs, Aluminium Alloy for 10-ton Derricks, 182 Jigs and Fixtures from Standard Components (J. B. Purefoy Unit,Tooling, Ltd.), 267*
  • J.L.C. Engineering Co., Ltd., Double-Acting Piston Pump, 525*
  • John, W., Work on Shipbuilding, 26
  • Johnson, D. C., Three-Dimensional Admittance Diagram, 246
  • Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., 1,700-kV Impulse Generator, 555*. See Erratum, 621
  • Johnson, R., and Nephew, Ltd., Galvanising Plant for Wire, 556*
  • Johnson, Sir R. S., the Late, 276
  • Johnson, W. E. P., on Gas Turbines for Electricity and Process Heat, 601*
  • Johnson’s (Engineering), Ltd., Tractor- Mounted Elevator-Digger, 22*; Tractor- Mounted Beet Harvester, 714*
  • Johnston, Dr. J. E., on Use of Radioactive Tracers, 63
  • Joint, Concrete Road, Demonstration of Machines for Maintenance of, 368*
  • — Engineering Conference, London. See
  • Engineering Conference, Joint, London
  • — Riveted, Aluminium-Alloy, Design of, 627 Jointing Materials for Water, Town Gas and
  • Low-Pressure Steam Installations, Specification, 671
  • Jones, Sir B. M., on Reduction of Drag by Distributed Suction, 359
  • Jones, E. H., on Secondary Heavy Metals, 553. See 596
  • Jordan Valley Irrigation Scheme, Report on, 481*
  • Jost, Prof. W., on Mechanics of Combustion in Engines, 524
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Journey-Shock Recorder (Printing and Allied Trades Research Association), 10*
  • Joy, C. F., on Power-Operated Controls for Aircraft, 665*, 700*
  • Jubilee of Invention of Vacuum Cleaner, 51
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Awards and Prizes, 439
  • KAFUE RIVER and Kariba Gorge Hydro- Electric Projects, Report on, 49
  • Kaplan Turbines for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 185*, 213, 217*. See LETTER,-404
  • Kariba Gorge and Kafue River Hydro-Electric Projects, Report on, 49
  • Kastner, Prof. L. J., on Critical Reynolds Numbers for Steady and Pulsating Flow, 389*
  • " Kaybee ” Hammer Mill, 757*
  • Kealy, W. A., on Recording of Nucleonic Measurements, 63
  • Keeble, T. S., on Development in Australia of Thick Suction Wing, 359
  • Keenan, Prof. J. H., oh Properties of Gases of Combustion Processes, 347*, 379*
  • Keith Power Station, Windsor, Ontario, 668*
  • Kelvin and Hughes (Industrial), Ltd., Supersonic Flaw Detector, 296*; Radar Installation with Scanner, 296
  • Kelvin and Hughes (Marine), Ltd., Radar Display Unit, 168*; Marine Radar School, Southend-on-Sea, 255*
  • — Medal, Presentation to Dr. T. von Karman,
  • 595
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Magnetic Oxygen Recorder, 43* ; Dall Tube, 43 ; Apparatus for Measuring Viscous-Fluid Flow, 544*
  • “ Kenya,” S.S., Twin-Screw Passenger and Cargo, 82, 393*, 438*
  • Kier, J. L. and Co., Ltd., Cooling Towers, West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77*; Civil Engineering Work at Horton Clay Quarry, 97*
  • Kiln Building of Pre-Cast Concrete Units, 670*
  • — Rotary, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-
  • Sea, 99*
  • Kinematograph. See Cinema
  • King’s College, London, Measurement of Particle Size in Very Fine Powders, by Dr. H. E. Rose, 595.
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Stephenson Building, 681*, 691. See LETTER, 817
  • Kinnear Moodie and Co., Ltd., Cement-Mortar Lining of Water Mains, 432*. See Addendum, 500
  • Klinker Treatment Plant, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 99*
  • Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz A.-G., Celebration of Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of Otto Four-Stroke Engine, 522
  • Klouman, F. A., on Water Turbines for Hydro- Electric Projects, 404. See 185*, 213,217* Kliisener, Prof. O., on Tests of Engines with Crankcase Compression, 524
  • Knurling Wheels, Specification, 440
  • Koenig und Bauer A.G., Two-Revolution Printing Press, 37*; Sheet-Feed Rotary Printing Press, 37*
  • Koffman, J. L., on Dynamic Braking of Steam, Diesel and Gas-Turbine Locomotives, 433
  • Koppers Seaboard Process for Sulphur Recovery, 181
  • — Thylox Process for Sulphur Recovery, 181
  • Kuzych versus White and Others, Judicial Decision in, 274
  • LABORATORY, Admiralty Engineering, Work Of, 116, 286, 383
  • — Aeronautical Research, Australian, Experiments on Suction Wing, 359
  • — Chemical, Research Centre of Simon Engineering Group,.19, 75*
  • Research, Teddington, Work of, 371
  • —- Design (Review), 706
  • — Greenford, British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 585*, 615*
  • —- Leith, National Coal Board’s, Froth Flotation of Coal. Plant at, 491*
  • — Mechanical Engineering (Review), 706 Engineering, at East Kilbride, Work of, 338
  • — Mobile, Simon-Carves, 19, 76*
  • — of Motor Industry Research Association, 714
  • — Research, of London Brick Co., Stewartby,
  • 55
  • — Road Research, Demonstration of Machines
  • for Maintenance of Concrete Road Joints, 368*
  • — at Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-
  • Tyne, 681*, 691
  • — Vultee Hydrodynamics, Radio-Controlled
  • Seaplane Model, 341, 441*, 478*
  • — See also National Physical
  • Labour :
  • Apprenticeship as Related to Population Problem, 306
  • Apprentices, Physical Society’s Competition for, 435
  • “ Closed Shop ” Policy in British Columbia, 274
  • Farquhar versus Chance Brothers, Ltd.,
  • 594. See LETTER, 661
  • Glasgow Boys, Study of (Review), 721 Industrial Accidents. See Accidents Labour and National Service, Ministry of, Reconstitution of Technical Personnel Committee, 147; Report of Electricity Sub-Committee, 209; Lecture, Higher Technical and Scientific Man- Power, by Lord Hankey, 298, 348; Investigation of Health of Welders, 530
  • — Notes, 24, 56, 88, 120, 152, 184, 216, 248, 280, 312, 344, 376, 408, 440, 472, •504, 536, 568 (See LETTER, 596), 600 632, 664, 696, 728, 760, 792, 822. See, PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — in Steel Foundries, Lack of Co-operation
  • in Promoting Output, 466
  • — in United States Welding Industry, 337 Man-Power, Higher Technical and Scientific, 298, 348
  • and Rearmament, Select Committee’s Report, 306
  • Physical Society’s Competition for Apprentices, 435
  • Training in Two Crafts, 596. See 568
  • Young Wage Earners, Study of Glasgow Boys (Review), 721
  • Lacquer, Abrasion Resistance of, 758 Laffly Gas-Turbine Driven Motor Lorry, 502 Laing, J., and Son, Ltd., Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97 *; Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 144*; Holme Moss Television Station, 459*
  • Lake Tiberias and Jordan Valley Irrigation Schemes, 481*
  • Lamps, Electric. See Electric Lancashire Boiler. See Boiler
  • — and South Yorkshire, Notes from, 14,46, 78,
  • 110,142,174, 206, 270, 302, 334, 398, 430, (See LETTER, 564), 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 784, 812. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Lancaster-Morecambe-Heysham Railway,Trials of Single-Phase Traction at 50 Cycles, 659 Lane, F. J., on Measurements on Power Transmission System, 571
  • Latham, D., on Vacuum Technique, 64
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • — and Trial Trips, 15, 47, 96, 128, 160, 175,
  • 207, 239, 288, 330, 395 (See Erratum, 566), 431, 500, 511, 544, 608, 640, 704, 800
  • Laurence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., Floating Electric Motor, 263* ; “ Velonic ” Control Unit for Electric Motor, 264*
  • Law. See Legal; Labour
  • Lawrence, F., Motor Cycles, Bicycle with Sprung Fork, 649
  • Lawrie, T., on Electrical Aspects of Hydro- Electric Development in Scotland, 313*. See 276.
  • Lawson, J. D., on Model Investigations of Aberdeen Harbour, 283*. See 279
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Desilverisation of, 569*
  • — Ores, Estimated Reserves of, 520,702*, 732*
  • — World Production and Consumption of, 519,
  • 702*, 732*
  • Lecture, Forrest, on Unsolved Problems in Civil Engineering, 19. See LETTER, 83
  • — Stuart, on Properties of Combustion Gases,
  • 347*, 379* <
  • Lederer, J., on Infusion of Safety into Aeronautical Engineering Curricula, 341
  • Lee-McCall System of Prestressed Concrete (McCall’s Macalloy, Ltd.), 167
  • Leeds Corporation Road Surfacing with Rubber Bitumen, 269*. See Erratum, 376
  • — University, Investigation on Heat-Treated
  • Concrete, 345*
  • — Visual Aids to Industry Exhibition, 564

Legal:

  • Bentley, Stokes and Lowless versus Beeson, Inspector of Taxes, 339
  • Legal—continued.
  • Cory, W., and Son, Ltd., versus City of London Corporation, 147
  • Damage to Underground Cables, Responsibility for, 82
  • Farquhar versus Chance Brothers, Ltd., 594. See LETTER, 661
  • “ Legal Aid ” and State-Owned Industries, 787
  • Sale of Dangerous Machinery, Decision on, 816
  • Starkey versus Railway Executive, 787 White and Others versus Kuzych, Decision on, 274
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Leghorn, Oil Refinery at, 108*
  • Legislation. See Legal; Labour
  • Leith Laboratories, National Coal Board’s, Froth Flotation of Coal Plant at, 491*
  • Le Mesurier, Cdr. (E) L. J., the Late, 309
  • Lepper, G. H., on Recovery of Sulphur from Flue Gases, 36
  • Leslie and Co., Ltd., Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 681*, 691
  • L’Estrange, E. L., on High-Voltage Air-Blast Circuit Breakers, 417*. See Erratum, 488
  • Letters, 19, 52,83,179*, 276, 309, 371,404, 436, 468*, 531*, 564, 596, 629, 660*, 692*, 756, 788, 817, 828
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., 95/125-b.h.p. Industrial Diesel Engine, 293* ; Chassis for “ Dorset” Tank Fuelling Lorry, 577*
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of. See Aslib
  • Life Saving at Sea, International Convention for, 1952, 788
  • Lifeboat, Aluminium-Alloy, Petrol-Driven (Meehans, Ltd.), 294*
  • Lifting Bridges. See Bridges
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Light Alloy Refiners, Technical Association of, Alar, Ltd., Colour Scheme for Identification of Aluminium Casting Alloys, 796
  • Lighting, Electric, Progress in, 235
  • — Street, Ministry of Transport’s Circular, 435
  • — See also Lamps under Electric
  • Limit Gauges. See Gauges ; Gauging Linatex Sand Pump and Ball Mill, 262* Lincoln Electric Co., Ltd., Portable Petrol-
  • Driven Welding Set, 324*
  • Lindblom, J., on Cable-Holders for Power Transmission Lines, 61*
  • Line-Scanning Radio Valves and Circuits, 64 Liners. See Ships; Steamers; Motorships Lining, Cement-Mortar, of Water Mains, Machinefor (Centraline Corporation), 432*. See Addendum, 500
  • — Protective,.for Concrete Tanks, 775*
  • Linnik ” Interference Microscope, 90*
  • Liquids, Concrete, Tank for, Anti-Corrosion Treatment of, 775*
  • — Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • — Level Control, Magnetic (Bayham, Ltd.),
  • 261*
  • List, Prof. H., Design of Graft and Stift Oil Engine, 1*; on Charging of Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke Engines, 524*
  • Literature, 5, 101, 132,164,195, 355, 388, 419, 451, 483, 516, 549, 579, 613, 644, 675, 706, 740, 771, 804. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour
  • Liverpool University, The University and the Civil Engineer of the Future, by Prof. J. B. Owen, 791, 821
  • Living Standards and Work Consciousness, 721 Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Statistics of Vessels under Construction 147, 564; Statistics of Vessels, Lost, 755
  • Loads, Critical, of Struts, Determination of, 629, 788
  • Loader-Cutter, Coal, “ Meco-Moore ” (Mining Engineering Co., Ltd.), 34*; (Anderson, Boyes and Co., Ltd.), 34*
  • Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Loch Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65*, 129*
  • Lock, Hydraulic, Preliminary Investigation of, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788*
  • Locomotives, William Chapman’s, 1812-15,457, 488
  • — 1,600-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine for,
  • 793*
  • — Diesel, on Canadian Pacific Railway, 315 2,000-h.p., Sixteen-Cvlinder Engine for,
  • 328*
  • — — Electric, 625-b.h.p., Ceylon Government
  • Railways, 172*
  • Shunting,for British Railways, 816
  • — Hydraulic, Shunting (North British Loco
  • motive Co., Ltd.), 95*
  • Mechanical, 500-h.p., for Peru (Hunslet Engine Co., Ltd.), 364*
  • — Early, Experiments with, 457, 488
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Dynamic Braking
  • of Steam, Diesel and Gas-Turbine Locomotives, by J. L. Koftman, 433 ; Presidential Address by J. S. Tritton on Inspecting Engineers’ Contribution to Railway Economy, 562
  • — Frames, Double-Headed Milling Machine for
  • (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 748*
  • — Industry, Report on Organisation and Pros
  • pects of, 753
  • — Narrow-Gauge, 75-b.h.p. Oil-Engined (Rus
  • ton and Hornsby, Ltd.), 290*
  • — Oil Engine for 330-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Har
  • land and Wolff, Ltd.), 405*
  • — Shunting, Diesel and Diesel-Electric, for
  • British Railways, 816
  • — — 200-h.p. Diesel-Hydraulic (North British
  • Locomotive Co., Ltd.), 95*
  • — for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50
  • Cycles, 499, 521, 545*, 583*
  • — Steam, .Diesel and Gas-Turbine, Dynamic
  • Braking of, 433
  • — 2-6-4 Tank, Mixed-Traffic, British Railways,
  • 138*
  • — 4-6-4 Type for Victoria Government Rail
  • ways (North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.), 168*, 237*
  • — See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX Loewy Engineering Co., Ltd., 1,500-ton and
  • 2,700-ton Air-Hydraulic Forging Presses, 616*
  • Log, Pitometer, Use in M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 154*
  • London, Bankside Power Station, 624*
  • London Brick Co., Research Laboratories of, Stewartby, 55
  • — City Corporation versus W. Cory and Son,
  • Ltd., 147
  • — County Council, London Development Plan,
  • 19
  • — International Congress of Refrigeration, 275
  • 307
  • — — Welding Congress, 115
  • — Joint Engineering Conference. See Engi
  • neering Conference, London
  • — King’s College, Measurement of Particle Size
  • in Very Fine Powders, by Dr. H. E. Rose, 595
  • — Northampton Polytechnic, Lectures oh Ex
  • perimental Stress Analysis, 633
  • — Sir John Cass College, Evening Courses, 766
  • — Transport Executive, Proposed Develop
  • ment of Tube Railways, 779
  • — Underground Railways. See Underground
  • and LowcZon Transport Executive
  • — Water Supply, William Girling Reservoir,
  • Opening of, 307
  • Loring, Cmdr. F. G., the Late, 340
  • Lorries. See Motor Vehicles ; Tractors
  • Los Angeles City Engineering Department, “ Freeway ” Road System, 196*
  • “ Loutsch,” Oil Tanker, Construction of, 26*
  • Low, A. R., on Lame’s, Heine’s and Legendre's Contributions to Normal Elliptic Functions, 52
  • Loyd, V., and Co., Ltd., “ Dragon ” Tractor with Rear Winch, 713*
  • Lubricants, Hypermatic (Audley Engineering Co., Ltd.), 260
  • — for Motor Vehicles, Development of, 69
  • — for Oil Engines, Developments in, 542 Lubricating Oils. See also Oils
  • Lubrication of Bearings of Naval Steam Turbines, 382*
  • — and Friction of Solids (Review), 164
  • — Friction and Wear, Researches ,in 649*, 697*
  • — Investigations in Australia, 565
  • by Motor Industry Research Association, 715
  • — and Lubricants, Gear, Symposium on,- Ar
  • rangements for, 787
  • — Its Principles and Practice (Review), 549
  • Lubricator, Grease, Multi-Point (Trier Brothers, Ltd.), 576*
  • Lucas, J., Ltd., Combustion Chambers for 1,000-kW Gas Turbine, 609*
  • Lucas, J. (Gas Turbine Equipment), Ltd., Gas Producer for Gas Turbine, 793*
  • “ Lucy Ashton,” M.S., Resistance Trials of, 17, 41, 121*, 153*
  • MACDONALD, SIR M., and Partners, Report on Proposed Extension of Irrigation Scheme in Jordan Valley, 481*
  • Mac. See also Me
  • Machines, Alternating-Current, Winding (Review), 101
  • — Shops. See Works and Machine Tools
  • — Testing. See Testing Machine and Tests
  • (Materials')

Machine Tools :

  • Bending Machine, Tube (Major, Robinson and Co., Ltd.), 290
  • Boring Machine, Connecting-Rod, for Blackstone Oil Engines, 24*
  • Horizontal, Schiess (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 685*
  • Circular Saws for Wood (British Equipment Co., Ltd.), 296*
  • Drilling Bit, Oil-Well, Method of Freeing When Stuck, 604*
  • — Dynamometer, “ Sunbury,” 487*
  • — Machines, Bench and Floor (Startrite Engineering Co., Ltd.), 827*
  • — — with Cam-Feed Head (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 205*
  • f-in. Electric (Black and Decker, Ltd.), 86
  • Multi-Head (W. J. Meddings, Ltd.), 259*
  • — — Oil-Well, 200 h.p., Six-Cylinder
  • Diesel Engine for, 328*
  • Gears, Helical, Hobbing of Tooth Surfaces of Creep-Cut, 484*, 517*, 550*, 582*
  • Grinding Machine, Diskus (Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 272* Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Lathe, 12-in. Centre (Crowthorn Engineering Co., Ltd.), 84*
  • — Projector, Hilger (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 464*
  • Levelling Machine, Plate, Eleven-Roll (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 397*
  • Limit Gauging. See Gauging Machine-Shop Management. See Works Management
  • for Marine Propeller Manufacture (Bull’s Metal and Mefioid Co., Ltd.), 717*
  • — Tools Used in American Valve Manufacture, 82
  • at Causeway Works, Petters, Ltd., 747*
  • Exhibition, International, 1952, Arrangements for, 51
  • at Gateshead Factory of Sigmund Pumps, Ltd., 652*
  • for Manufacture of Hollow Steel Propeller Blades for Aircraft, 163*, 193* Use of Servo-Mechanisms for, 826 Workshop, Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 682*, 691
  • — Work, Tolerances in. See Gauging Machining of Magnesium-Alloys, Dust Collector for (Dallow Lambert and Co., Ltd.), 480*
  • Milling Machine, Double-Headed, for Locomotive Frames (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 748*
  • Nibbling Machine, High-Speed (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 293*
  • Machine Tools—continued.
  • Notching, Punching and Shearing Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 293*
  • Planing Machine, Portable, for Wood (British Equipment Co., Ltd.), 296*
  • Plate-Levelling Eleven-Roll Machine (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 397*
  • Press, Air-Hydraulic, 1,500-ton and 2,700- ton, for Forging (Hadfields, Ltd.), 616* — Brake, 60-ton All-Welded (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 84*
  • — 40-ton, Electrically-Driven (Butterley Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • — Hydraulic, Mobile, for Bending Colliery Roof Supports (Finlay Conveyor Co., Ltd.), 35*
  • for Peat (J. Shaw and Sons (Salford), Ltd.), 824*
  • Profiling Machine, Oxygen (Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 321*
  • Punching, Shearing and Notching Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 293*
  • Moll, Plate-Leveling Machine (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 397*
  • Saws, Circular, for Wood (British Equipment Co., Ltd.), 296
  • Scaling Machines for Steel Plates, Electrically-Driven (Westminster Engineering Co., Ltd.), 360
  • Shaping Machine, “ Hydetsco ” (Engineering Tool and Supply Co., Ltd.), 85*
  • Shearing Machine, Automatic (E. W. Cowell), 224*
  • — Punching and Notching Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 293*
  • Tool, Cemented-Carbide, Factors Affecting Wear of, 594
  • — Electric, Portable (Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd.), 135
  • Woodworking Machine, Edge-Gluing Machine, Radio-Frequency (Fielding and Platt, Ltd.), 633*
  • Planer, Portable (British Equipment Co., Ltd.), 296*
  • Saws, Circular (British Equipment Co., Ltd.), 296
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Machine Work. See Machine Tools
  • Machinery, Agricultural, Exhibition, and Smithfield Show; Earl’s Court, 673*. 713* 757*, 777
  • — Dangerous, Sale of, Court Decision on, 816
  • — Noise, Measurement and Interpretation of
  • 755
  • Mackenzie, I. M., on Notch-Bar Testing of Steel for Welded Construction, 723. 745
  • Mackersley, C. A., on Electrification of Railways in Great Britain, 436
  • Macklow-Smith Hydraulic Load-Measuring Capsules, Use in M.S. “Lucy Ashton,” 153*
  • MacLaren, J. E., the Late, 436
  • Macmillan, Comdr. D. H., Dredging at Southampton, 737*
  • Magnel-Blaton Prestressing System for Concrete Tank Construction, 235* "
  • Magnesia from Seawater, Prestressed-Concrete Tanks for Manufacture of, 235*
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under MeZaZ- lurgy
  • — World Production and Consumption, 519,
  • 554, 702*, 732*
  • Magnetic Analysis of Iron-Carbon Alloys, 770 Magnetic Equipment Co., Ltd., Electromagnetic Bin Vibrator, 768*
  • — Materials, Development of, 378
  • - Sheet-Steel and Permanent, Researches on, 585
  • — Separator, Franz Isodynamic, for Ores, 371
  • — Temperature Detector (Graviner Manu
  • facturing Co., Ltd.), 671
  • — Work at Royal Observatories, 310
  • Magnetism,- Terrestrial,. Department of, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Annual Report (Review), 419
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric
  • — Water, Centrifugally-Applied Cement-
  • Mortar Linings for (Centriline Corporation), 432*. See Addendum, 500
  • Major, Robinson and Co., Ltd., Tube-Bending Machine, .290
  • Man-Power, Higher Technical and Scientific, Education of, 298, 348
  • Management of Works. See Worfcs Manage- ment
  • Manchester, Forge Lane Works, Hot-Dip Wire,-Galvanising Plant at, 556*
  • Mandel, J;. on Factors Influencing Road Wear of Tyres, 791, 818
  • Mann, J., the Late, 284
  • Manometers, Method of Comparing, 645*
  • — Recording, Electronic (Fielden (Electronics),
  • Ltd.), 43*
  • Mansfield, W. P., on Obtaining Pressure Diagrams of Internal-Combustion Engines, 806*
  • Mantle, E. C., on Welding with Aluminium Bronzes, 443*
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods iD. See Works Management
  • Manufacturers, international Conference of, New York, Arrangements for, 627
  • Manure Spreader (Atkinson’s Agricultural Appliances, Ltd.), 74*
  • Manzoni, H. J. B., on Public Health in Municipal Engineering, 6
  • Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd., Echo-Sounding Equipment, 167
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Transmitter for Holme Moss Television Station, 459* ; Mobile Television Station ' for Canada, 638* ; Underwater Television Equipment, 765*
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Dredger for Thames Conservancy, 810
  • Machinery, 67-5-h.p. Diesel-Operated (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 290*
  • — — Machinery, 20-kW Generating Set,
  • Diesel-Driven (Russell Newbery and Co., Ltd.), 360*
  • Machinery for H.M. Ships, 383*
  • Machinery, S.S. “ Kenya,” 393*, 438 — Machinery, M.S. “ Nicoline Maersk,” 171 Machinery, M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 140*
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, S.S. “ Rhodesia Castle,” 587
  • Machinery, S.S. “ Velutina,” 642*
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Engineers and Naval Architects, Inter
  • national Conference of. See Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, International Conference of
  • — Engineering Research by Pametrada, 114 and Welding Exhibition, Olympia, 211,
  • 257*, 289*, 321*, 359*, 404
  • — Machinery and.Boilers. Survey of (Review)
  • 133
  • — Propulsion, Application of Steam Turbine
  • to, 219
  • • 9,200-b.h.p. B. and W. Diesel Engine,
  • M.S. “ Nicoline Maersk,” 171
  • Boiler and Turbine Testing, 17,116, 285, 299, 349*, 382*. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • —•, — 2,930-b.h.p. Brown-Sulzer Diesel Engine, M.S. “Norfolk Ferry,” 140*
  • Diesel Engines for, 117
  •  :— — Diesel Engine, 250-b.h.p. (Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 329*
  • Diesel Engines, Geared Twin, 8,000-h.p., M.S. “ Cornwall,” 631*
  • 55-h.p. Diesel-Engines for Motor Survey Launch “ Research,” 798
  • • — — Diesel Engine, 120-h.p., Six-Cylinder
  • (Fodens, Ltd.), 406*
  • 4,600-b.h.p. Fairfield-Doxford Diesel 'Engine, M.S. "Ciudad de Medellin,” 127
  •  ! — — Gas-Turbine Alternator for M.S. “Auris,” 307
  • . — — Gas Turbines, Developments for, 116, 286, 382
  • 3,500-h.p. Gas-Turbine Experimental Unit, 114
  •  ; — -— 11,200-s.h.p. Geared Parsons Turbines,
  • S.S. “ Kenya,” 393*, 438
  • i — — Geared Turbines, High-Pressure, for, 86
  • l 12,500-s.h.p. Geared-Turbine Oil Tanker
  • “ World Unity,” 500
  • ' 13,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S.
  • “ Velutina,” 642*
  • Higher Steam Conditions for, 17, 86
  • , —- — Oil Fuel for. See OiZ Fuel
  • — ?—Rolls-Royce “Derwent” Jet Engine,
  • M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 41, 121*
  • i 275-b.h.p. Rover “Meteorite” Diesel
  • Engine; 496*
  • 120-b.h.p., Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine (Gleniffer Engines, Ltd.), 405*
  • 120-h.p., Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine (Russell Newbery and Co., Ltd.), 360*
  • Triple-Expansion Geared Turbines, S.S. “ Rhodesia Castle,” 587*
  • — — See also Engines ; Turbines; Propellers ;
  • and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • ,— Salvage. See Salvage
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Markwood, W. H., on Impact Test for Plastus, 701
  • 'Marsh Reclamation at Southampton, 737*
  • Marshall, C. W., on Centenary of J. A. D’Arsonval, 816
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 50-b.h.p. Two- Stroke Two-Cylinder. Diesel Engine, 673*
  • Marskell, W. G., on Boiler Plant for Using High-Ash Coal, 189. See 214. See LETTER, 276
  • Martensite and Retained Austenite, Tempering of, 779
  • Martinoff, M., on Production of Miniature Radio Valves in France, 64
  • Marylebone, Permanent-Way Mechanised Equipment Exhibition, 563
  • Mason, F. O., on Arc Form and Movement in. Air-Blast Circuit-Breaker, 711*, 743*
  • Massecuite, Pump for Raw (Comet Pump and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 297*
  • Mast, Aerial, Holme Moss Television Station, 460* !
  • — and Towers, Radio, 168
  • Materials, Advanced Strength of (Review), 451
  • •— Cast versus Forged, Properties of, 29*
  • — High-Temperature, for Ships’ Machinery, 86
  • — Ministry of, Work of, 19
  • — New, in Engineering, 691
  • — Scarce, Saving of, Report on, 625
  • — Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Materials)

Materials and Their Testing, Joint Committee on :

  • Symposium on Recent Developments in Notch- Bar Testing of Materials and Their Relation to Welded Construction;
  • Programme, 670
  • Reports of Discussions, 723, 745, 796 Notch-Bar Testing and Selection of Steel for Welded Construction, by W. Barr and I. M. Mackenzie, 723, 745
  • State of Stress and Brittle Fracture, by Prof. W. Soete, 723, 745
  • Notch-Bar Tests in Relation to Service Performance, by 'Dr. C. F. Tipper, 723, 745, 796
  • Developments of Testing Method on Brittle Fracture of Mild-Steel Plates, by Dr. J. H. van der Veen, 723, 745, 796
  • Assessment of Notch Ductility by Variety of Notch Tests, by G. M. Boyd, 745 Mathematical Solutions of Engineering Problems (Review), 484
  • Mathematics, Elliptic Functions, Normal, Lamp’s, Heine’s and Legendre’s contributions, 52
  • — Numbers and Space (Review), 419
  • — of Relativity (Review), 355
  • Matuschka, Dr. B., on Austrian Iron and Steel Production, 372
  • Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., “ Samson ” Coal Loader, 34*
  • Mawdsley’s, Ltd., 10-kVA Alternating-Current Compensated Electric Generator, 359
  • Max Arc and Electrics, Ltd., Direct-Current Welding Generator, 363*
  • Maxwell, F. G., on Development of London Tube Railways, 779
  • McAlpine, Sir R., and Sons (Midlands), Ltd. Heavy Forge Shop for Hadfields, Ltd., 616*
  • McCall’s Macalloy, Ltd., Lee-McCall System of Prestressed Concrete, 167
  • McCance, Sir A., on Properties and Behaviour of Metals, 502*, 540*
  • McCaul, G. J., and Co., Ltd., 15-h.p. SingleCylinder Jenbach Diesel Engine, 406*
  • McKay, R. F., the Late, 20
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Meadows, H., Ltd., 270-h.p. Turbo-Charged Oil Engine, 168*
  • Measures and Weights, Relative Merits of Imperial and Metric, 52
  • Measurement, Electrical, of Mechanical Quantities (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 300*
  • — of Viscous-Fluid Flow, Apparatus for
  • (G. Kent, Ltd.), 544*
  • Measuring and Gauging Screw Threads, Report OD, 369
  • — and Inspection Equipment Exhibition, 464*
  • — Instruments, Electrical, British Achievements in, 8
  • — and Recording Apparatus for Glass-Tube Manufacture, 425*
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of, Conference on Heat Transfer, Programme, 96, 339 ; Dinner, 371

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Conference on Heat Transfer, Programme, 96, 339 ; Dinner, 371,
  • Award of Clayton Fellowships and Grants, 179
  • Clayton Lecture on Problems in Design and Research .on Condensers of Vapours and Vapour Mixtures, by Prof. A. P. Colburn, 339
  • Annual Dinner, 530
  • London Meetings, Winter Session ; Presidential Address, by A. C. Hartley, on His Life and' Work, 534*, 603*. See 563. See LETTER, 789 Principles of Continuous Gauge Control in Sheet and Strip Rolling, by W. C. F. Hessenberg and R. B. Sims, 563 Some Factors Affecting We ar on Cemented-.
  • Carbide Tools, by Dr. E. M. Trent, 594 Cup-Drawing from Flat Blanks, by Dr.
  • S. Y. Chung and Prof. H. W. Swift, 723
  • Hawksley Lecture on Some Fuel and Power Projects, by Dr. H. R. Cox, 7.26*, 793*, 823*. See 659 Measurement and Interpretation of Machinery Noise, with Special Reference to Oil Engines, by C. H. Bradbury, 755 AwfowoftiZe Division ;
  • Twenty Years of Oil Engine Development, by C. B. Dicksee, 490*, 541* Hydraulics Group ;
  • Design of Large Pumping Installations for Low’ and Medium Heads, by G. A. Wauchope and H. P. Humphreys, 627
  • Some Problems of Fluids for Hydraulic Power Transmission, by A. E. BiDg- ham, 787
  • Low-Pressure Reciprocating Seals for Hydraulic. Control Valves, by B. Cooke, 787
  • Mechanical Engineers, Practical Training of, 201
  • — Engineering Developments in Iron and
  • Steel Industry, 234
  • Laboratory (Review), 706
  • Research Organisation, 1947-50 Report, 338; Research on Friction and Wear, 649*, 697*
  • — Lubricator. See Lubricator
  • — Quantities, Electrical Measurement of
  • (Salford Electricalinstruments, Ltd.), 300*
  • — Stoker. See Stoker
  • Mechanics, Applied, for Engineers (Review), 579
  • — — to Vibrations and Balancing (Review),
  • 549
  • — Classical (Review), 388
  • — Physical, Textbook of (Review), 644
  • — Theoretical and Applied', International
  • Congress, Turkey, Arrangements for, 632
  • Meehans, Ltd., Pipe Line for Fannich Hydro- Electric Scheme, 68*, 129*; Petrol- Driven Aluminium-Alloy Lifeboat, 294* “Meco-Moore” Coal Cutter-Loader,. 34* Meddings, W. J., Ltd., Multi-Head Drilling
  • Machine (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • Medicine, British Contribution to, 183
  • Medlock, R. E., on Recording of Nucleonic Measurements, 63
  • Mellanby, Prof. A. L.,the Late, 693
  • Memorial to J. L. Baird, 584
  • Mensforth, Sir H., the Late, 306, 340
  • Merchant Ships. See Ships; Steamers; Motorships
  • — Shipbuilding. See SMp&wtTding
  • Merritt, Dr. H. E., on Some Unknowns in Gear Design, 734, 763. See LETTER, 789 “ Merry-go-Round ” for “ Preload ” System of Prestressing Concrete Tanks, 396*
  • Merz and McLellan, Generating Plant, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65*, 129* ; West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 76*
  • Mesons, Investigations on Role of, 595
  • Metals, Anti-Friction. See Alloys under MetaWurgy
  • — Buried, Corrosion, of, Symposium on, 786
  • — Cast, Engineering Uses of, 29*
  • — Corrosion of. See Gorrosion
  • — Crystals, Mechanics of, 787
  • — Detecting Equipment (Cinema-Television,
  • Ltd.), 135
  • — Development and Properties of, 277, 343,
  • 378. See LETTER, 371
  • — Economics, Discussion on, Programme, 148,
  • 403.; Proceedings, 500, 519, 553, 596, 625, 702*, 732*
  • —- Extraction, Chemistry in, 278, 569*
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials')
  • — Hardness of (Review), 740
  • Metals, Institute of:
  • Autumn Meeting, Venice ;
  • Programme, 215
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 422
  • Changes in Council, 422
  • Reports of Discussions, .422, 454
  • Visits and Excursions, 422, 423, 456
  • Copper-Nickel-Iron Alloys Resistant to Sea-Water Corrosion, by G. L. Bailey, 422
  • Influence of Alloy Constitution on Mode of Solidification of Sand Castings, by R. W. Ruddle and A. L. Mincher, 422
  • Adherence of Oxide Scales on Copper, by
  • R. F. Tylecote, 423
  • Oxidation of Copper at 350 deg. to 900 deg. C. in Air, by R. F. Tylecote, 423
  • Friction in Wire Drawing, by H. G. Baron and Prof. F. C. Thompson, 454
  • Observations on Some Wrought Alu- minium-Zinc-Magnesium Alloys, by Dr. M. Cook, R. Chadwick and N. B. Muir, 455
  • Effect of Small Quantities of Cd, In, Sn, Sb, Tl, Pb or Bi on Ageing Characteristics of Cast and Heat-Treated Aluminium-4 per cent. Copper 0-15 per cent. Titanium Alloy, by Dr. H. K. Hardy, 455
  • Tensile Properties of Heat-Treated Aluminium-Copper and Aluminium- Copper-Cadmium Alloys of Commercial Purity, by Dr. H. K. Hardy, 455 Discussion on Metal Economics, London ;
  • Programme, 148, 403
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 500, 625
  • Reports of Discussions, 519, 553, 596
  • (a) Primary Resources of Ferrous and Non-
  • Ferrous Metals ;
  • Metals as Natural Resources, by Prof.
  • S. Zuckerman, 519
  • Iron Ore: World Demand and Resources, by Dr. T. P. Colclough, 519
  • World Supply of- Non-Ferrous Metals, Including the Light Metals, by R. L. Stubbs, 702*, 732*. See 519
  • (b) Metal Reclamation, Secondary Metals and
  • Substitute Metals ;
  • Scope for Conservation of Metals, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous, by C. A. Bristow, A. J. Sidery and Dr. H. Sutton, 553. See 596
  • Economy by Standardisation of Alloys and Method of Reclamation of Scrap Metals, by C. Dinsdale, 553. See 596
  • Influence of Specification on Productivity and Utilisation of Ferrous and Non- Ferrous Metals, by F. Hudson, 554. See 596
  • Secondary Heavy Metals, by E. H. Jones, 554. See 596
  • Secondary Aluminium and Magnesium, by Col. W. C. Devereux, 554. See 596
  • Discussion on Tools and Die Materials for the Extrusion of Non-Ferrous Metals, Birmingham ;
  • Arrangements for, 530
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, Discussion on Economics' of, 500, 519, 553, 596, 625, 702*, 732* Ferrous, Industry, Supply and Demand Problems, 45
  • Ferrous, World Supply of, 519,702*, 732*
  • — Plastic Deformation of, Investigations in
  • Australia, 565
  • — Properties and Behaviour of, 502*, 540*
  • — Research Association, Non-Ferrous, British,
  • Welding with Aluminium Bronzes, by E. C. Mantle, 443*
  • — Scarce, Saving of, Report on, 625. See 500,
  • 519, 553,'596, 702*, 732*
  • — Strength of, 277, 332
  • — Structure of. See Metallography ’> Micro
  • photographs
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Metallography; Metallurgy;
  • Microphotographs
  • Metallic Surfaces, Friction of, 694, 724, 797
  • Metallography of Carbon in Silicon-Iron Alloys, 708
  • — See also Metals; Metallurgy; Microphotographs
  • Metallurgical and Mining Congress, Empire, 1949, Proceedings of (Review), 388

Metallurgy :

  • Alloy, Aluminium, Application to Shipbuilding,265
  • Bronze, Welding with, Investigations on, 443*
  • Casting, Colour Scheme for Identification of, 796
  • Copper-Cadmium, Tensile Properties of, 455
  • — — Copper-Titanium, Ageing Characteristics of, 455
  • — — Use for Derrick Jibs, 182 Welding and Riveting of, 627
  • — — Wrought, for Forgings and Plates,
  • Specification, 512..
  • Zinc-Magnesium, Use in Aircraft,767
  • — — Zinc-Magnesium, Wrought, Investi
  • gations on, 455
  • — Constitution, Influence on Mode of Solidification of Sand Castings, 422
  • — Copper-Nickel-Iron Resistant to Sea- Water Corrosion, 422
  • See also Brass ; Bronze ; etc.
  • — Development and Properties of, 277 343, 378. See LETTER, 371
  • — Ferrous and Non-Ferrous, Supply and Demand for, 519, 553, 596, 625, 702* 732*
  • — Heat-Resisting, for Gas Turbines, 277, 343, 378
  • — Iron-Carbon, Magnetic Analysis of, 779
  • — — Carbon-Silicon, Carbide Phase in,
  • 695
  • High-Purity, Production and Properties of, 777
  • — Light, Melt Gas-Content Tester, 10
  • — Magnesium, Dust Collector for Use When Machining, 480*
  • Alloy, Properties and Behaviour of, 502*, 540*
  • Metallurgy—continued.
  • Alloy, Whitemetal, for British Railways. Standardisation of, 553
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Brass. See Brass Bronze. See Bronze Cast Iron. See Cast Iron Coke Ovens. See Coke Ovens Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Ferro-Tungsten and Tungsten Metal, Method of Analysis of Tin in, 736 Foundry. See Foundry ; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces Heat-Treatment Plant, Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields, Ltd., 616*
  • Transformation in Tempering of Martensitic Steels, 779
  • — — of Welds in Pipelines, 125*, 157*, 191*
  • Iron Manufacture., See Furnaces, Blast — Ore. See Ore
  • Metals, Chemistry of Smelting and Refining 569*
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgy, Beginnings of Education in 567, 607
  • — British Contribution to, 183 Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Rare Metals in Electron Tube, 63 Refractories. See Refractory 'Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals, Institute of; Metallography; Microphotographs; Foundry; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Metcalfe, B. L., on Engineering Progress in British Coal Mines, 1851-1951, 232
  • “ Meteor ” Ground-Attack Aircraft, 354 Meteorological Exhibits in Dome of Discovery, 246
  • — Work at Royal Observatories, 310 Meteorology, Winter-Weather Arrangements
  • by British Railways, 723
  • Meter, Electronic, Multi-Range (Automatic ?Coil Winder and Electrical Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • — Differential-Pressure, for Open-Hearth Fur
  • nace (British Iron and Steel Research Association, 10
  • — for District Heating of Housing Estates, 413
  • — Flow, Fuel (British Internal-Combustion
  • Engine Research Association), 103*
  • Fuel-Air (Bailey Meters and Controls, Ltd.), 42*
  • — — Transmitting (Evershed and Vignoles,
  • Ltd.), 103*
  • — See also Electric
  • Methane Explosions. See Accidents
  • — Use in Gas Turbine, Experiments with, 793* Metrological Investigations in Australia, 613 Metrology, Engineering (Review), 804 Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.,
  • 52-5-MW Turbo-Generator, 16*; Six- Unit Repeated-Strain Fatigue Testing Machine, 31*; Low-Pressure Rotor for 52-5-MW Turbo-Generator, 108; Automatic Arc-Welding Equipment, 325; Tests of “ Gatric ” Gas Turbine, 382 ; Electrical Equipment for Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 387; Development of High-Voitage Air-Blast Circuit-Breakers, 417*. See Erratum, 488; 2,000-kW Gas Turbine, 793*
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Export Co., Ltd., Equipment for Vila Nova Hydro- Electric Scheme, 208*
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Opening of William Girling Reservoir, 307; Cement-Mortar Lining of Water Mains, 432. See Addendum, 500
  • — See also London
  • Micanite and Insulators Co., Ltd., 275-kV Terminal Bushing, 134*
  • Micro-Interferograms of Rockwell Hardness Penetrators, 90*. See LETTERS, 180*, 404 Micrometer Items, Specification, 207 Microphotographs, Aluminium Bronzes, 443*
  • — Brittle Fractures in Mild Steel, 446*
  • — Intergranular Cracking in Molybdenum
  • Steel Under Tension, 30*
  • — — Season-Cracking in Cast Manganese-
  • Aluminium Brass, 29*
  • — Welds and Basis Steel in Pipelines, 126* Microphotometer, Photo-Electric, Recording
  • (Hilger and Watts, Ltd.), 105
  • Microscope, Interference, “ Linnik,” 90* Microstructure of Metals. See Metallography ; Microphotographs
  • Midlands, Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 270, 302, 334, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 812. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Milking Machine, Portable, “ Universal ” (Simplex Dairy Equipment Co., Ltd.), 757* Mill, Ball, Linatex (Wilkinson Rubber Linatex Ltd.), 262*
  • — Grinding, for Cement Works at Shoreham-
  • by-Sea, 98*
  • •— Hammer, “ Kaybee ” (T. R. Walker), 757*
  • — Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See MctcAwie Tools
  • Mills, C. A., Model of Heroult Steel-Melting Electric Furnace, 336*
  • Mincher, A. L., on Solidification of Sand Castings, 422
  • Mines, Coal. See Collieries
  • — See also Coal Mining ; Ores; and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Mineral Oils. See Oils
  • — See also Coal; Mining-^- Ores; and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mining Engineers, Institution of, Annual Dinner, 115
  • Mining Engineering Co., Ltd., “ Meco-Moore ” Coal Cutter-Loader, 34*
  • — Institute of Scotland, Froth Flotation of
  • Coal by E. H’hdmarch and Dr. P. L. Waters, 491*
  • Mining Machinery, Textbook of (Review), 164
  • — and Metallurgical Congress, Empire, 1949,
  • Proceedings of (Review), 388
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ministry of Labour and National Service. See under Labour
  • — of Supply. See Supply
  • — of Transport. See Transport “ Minx ” Motor Car, 532*
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 2,270-h.p. Sixteen-Cylinder, Turbo-Charged, Diesel Engine, 108*
  • Mitchell Engineering Co., Ltd., Handling Plant at Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 97* Mochel, H. L., on Higher Steam Conditions for Ships’ Machinery, 17, 86
  • Model of Aberdeen Harbour, Investigations with, 283*
  • — Boiler Plant (Water Tube Boiler Makers’
  • Association), 106
  • — of Coke-Fired Down-Jet Furnace (British
  • Coal Utilisation Research Association, 107*
  • — of Cyclone Furnace (Babcock and Wilcox,
  • Ltd.), 406*
  • — of Direct-Current Transmission System, 586* “Model Engineer” Exhibition, 243
  • — Experiments. See also Tank Experiments
  • — of 10-MW Gas Turbo-Generator (C. A. Par
  • sons and Co., Ltd.), 260
  • — of Heroult Steel-Melting Electric Furnace,
  • 336*
  • — of Hydro-Electric Power Plant (G. Gilkes &
  • Gordon, Ltd.), 290
  • — of 750-kW Industrial Gas Turbine (Ruston &
  • Hornsby, Ltd.), 108
  • — Rubber, for Combined Bending and Tor
  • sional Tests, 661*
  • — of J-kW Steam Turbine (C. A. Parsons and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 133*
  • — of 50-MW Turbo-Generator (C. A. Parsons &
  • Co., Ltd.), 133*
  • Modern Wheel Drive, Ltd., S.L.M. Twin-Engine Marine Gearbox, 294*
  • Moller, A. P., Single-Screw Cargo M.S. “ Nico- line Maersk,” 171*
  • “ Monarch ” 17-h.p. Tractor, 758*
  • Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., Handbook on Mechanical Properties of Nickel Alloy Steels, 215*
  • Mono Pumps, Ltd., Twin Mono Pump, 264* Monoplane. See Aeronautics
  • Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Commission, Report on Supply of Electric Lamps, 689
  • Morecambe-Heysham-Lancaster Railway,Trials of Single-Phase Traction at 50 Cycles, 659 Morgan Crucible Co., Ltd., Salamander “ Su
  • prex ” Crucible, 295; Power-Tilted Central-Axis Crucible Furnace, 295*
  • Morgan, J. (Builders), Ltd., Foundations for Uskmouth Power Station, 48*
  • Morgan, R. T., and Partners, Omnibus Garage with Concrete Shell Roof, 588*
  • Morris, B. O., Ltd., Twin-Head Brushing Machine, 800*
  • Morris, H., Ltd., 5-ton Overhead Crane, 86 Morse, W., on Solving Beam Problems by Re
  • laxation Methods, 756. See 456*
  • Motor Boat, Launch, 50-ft. with 275-b.h.p. Rover “ Meteorite ” Engine (J. I. Thorny- croft and Co., Ltd.), 496*
  • Small High-Speed Craft (Review), 179 Survey Launch “ Research,” 53-ft., for
  • Port of Bristol. 798*
  • — Car, Development of, 69 Early History of, 220
  • — «— Engines. -See Engines, Petrol
  • Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers,
  • Institution of, Automobile Division the First Hundred (Review), 516 8-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Austin Motor Co.,
  • Ltd.), 532*
  • French, at Paris Motor Show, 467, 501 “ Minx ” (Hillman Motor Car Co., Ltd.),
  • 532*
  • 90-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Daimler Co., Ltd.), 533*
  • 160-b.h.p. Sports CoupG (Jaguar Cars, Ltd.), 533*
  • “ Velox ” (Vauxhall Motors, Ltd.), 533* See also Motor Vehicles ; Motor Cycles ;
  • and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • — Cycle, Development of, 69
  • — — Engines. See Engines, Petrol Show at Earl’s Court, 648 with Suparide Sprung Fork, 649
  • — Electric, Alternating-Current, Winding (Re
  • view), 101
  • Automatic Stator-Rotor Starter for (Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd.), 364*
  • — — for Battery-Operated Road Vehicles and
  • Industrial Trucks, Specification, 15
  • at Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 98*
  • — Floating (Laurence, Scott and Electro
  • motors, Ltd.), 263*
  • Fractional Horse-Power (Hoover, Ltd.),
  • 290
  • for Ring Spinning Frames (A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.), 322*
  • Testing Plant for, General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • — Exhibition, International, Earl’s Court. 499,
  • 532*
  • — Industry Research Association, Proving
  • Ground, Nuneaton, 12* ; Annual Report, 714*
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronavh’cs ;
  • Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Launches. See Motor Boats
  • — Lorries. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Manufacturers and Traders, Society of,
  • Statement on Motor-Vehicle Exports. 816
  • — Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Motorships
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • — Show, Paris, 467, 501
  • — for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50
  • Cycles, 499, 521, 545*, 583*
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Motor Truck, Battery-Operated, Electric Motor for, Specification, 15
  • Battery-Operated, Fork-Lift (Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd.), 362*
  • — Vehicle, Battery-Operated, for Roads,
  • Motor for, Specification, 15
  • Development of, 69
  • — — Development of Oil Engines for, 490*.
  • 541*
  • - Export of, 816
  • Laffly Gas-Turbine Driven Lorry, 502
  • Lorry, 25-ton, with Loading Winch (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 301*
  • — — Research, Proving Ground for, Nuneaton-
  • 12*
  • — — 2-3-ton “ Superpoise ” (Commercial Cars, Ltd.), 124*
  • Tank Lorry for Fuelling “ Comet ” Air Liners, 577*
  • Trade with United States, Growth of, 305 .— Wagons. See Motor Vehicles ; Tractors
  • — “ Cornwall,” Gearbox for Twin Diesel En
  • gines, 631*
  • — Launches and Trial Trips, 15, 47, 96, 128,
  • 160,175, 207, 239, 288, 330, 395 (See Erratum, 566), 431, 511, 544, 608, 640, 800
  • — Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 755
  • — “ Lucy Ashton,” Resistance Trials of, 17,41,
  • 121*, 153*
  • — “ Nicoline Maersk,” Single-Screw, Cargo,
  • 171* I
  • Mott, Hay and Anderson, Pedestrian Tunnel
  • under River Tyne, Opening of, 115
  • Mouchel, L. G., and Partners, Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 681*, 691; Prestressed-Concrete Footbridge at Shrewsbury, 780*
  • 'Moulds, Ingot, Stresses in, Symposium on, 710,
  • 741
  • Moulding Sands, Testing Equipment for (Rids- dale and Co., Ltd.), 289
  • — See also Foundry ?.
  • Mount Stromlo Observatory, Australia, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, 246
  • Mowing Attachment for Rotary Cultivator (Clifford Aero and Auto, Ltd.), 758*
  • — Machine, Hand, “ Mowmeter ” Attachment
  • for (Tractors (London), Ltd., 150*
  • Mowlem, J., and Co., Ltd., William Girling Reservoir, London, 307 ; Cement-Mortar Lining of Water Mains, 432*. See Addendum, 500 “Mowmeter” Attachment for Hand Mowing Machine, 150*
  • M’Phee, R. C„ the Late, 78
  • Muir, N. B., on Wrought Aluminium-Zinc- Magnesium Alloys, 455
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Municipal Engineering, Public Health in, 6
  • Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 250-300-Am- pere Transformer Set for Arc Welding, 324*; Automatic Welding Set, 324*
  • Murphy, Prof. A. J., on Supply and Demand of Non-Ferrous Metals, 500, 625
  • Murray, J. M., on Main Longitudinal Stresses in Ships, 469
  • Museum, Royal Scottish, Edinburgh, Model of Heroult Electric Steel-Melting Furnace, 336*
  • — Science, South Kensington, Exhibition of
  • Science at 247 ; Willans Exhibition at, 685. See 598
  • Mytongate Bridge, JHull, Automatic Dummy- Operating Gear for, 534*
  • NAPIER, D., and SON, LTD., “ Nomad ” Compounded Piston and Turbine Aeroplane Engine, 353* ; Experimental Two-Stage Centrifugal Compressor for Gas Turbine, 825*
  • National Coal Board, Turntable for Colliery Tubs, 416* ; Experimental Plant for Froth Flotation of Coal, 491
  • National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 624- s.h.p. Six-Cylinder Marine Diesel Engine,- 257*
  • Turbine Establishment, Work of, 116, 286. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • — Physical Laboratory, Analysis of Rockwell
  • Hardness Test, Employing Deadweight Testing Machine, by C. E. Phillips and A. J. Fenner, 57* ; Precision Measurement of Rockwell Hardness Diamond Penetra- tors, by F. R. Tolmon and J. G. Wood, 89*. See LETTERS, 180*, 404; Report on Gauging and Measuring Screw Threads 369; Undulation Recorder for Gear, Teeth, 373; Pneumatic Comparator of High Sensitivity, by M. Graneek and Dr. J. C. Evans, 414* ; Design Characteristics of Cross-Spring Pivots', by L. W. Nickols and H. L. Wunsch, 473; High-Voltage Research at, 638
  • — Radio Show, Earl’s Court, 159, 275, 310
  • — Smoke Abatement Society, Blackpool Con
  • ference^ 430; Programme, 371. See LETTER', 564
  • 7 Navajo ” and “ Iroquois,” Oil Tankers, 28 Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • Naval Architects, Institution of :
  • Particulars of Scholarships in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 672
  • Naval Architects and Marine Engineers ; International Conference, London, Glasgow and Newcastle-upon-Tyne:
  • Programme, 10
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 10,17 Social Events, 10, 229
  • Visits and Excursions, 17, 83, 227. See LETTER,83
  • Reports of Discussions, 11,17, 41, 86,116, 136, 165, 199, 227
  • Higher Steam Conditions for Ships’ Machinery, by M. L. Ireland, H. W. Semar and N. L. Mochel, 17, 86
  • Ship Motions, by J. C. Niedermair, 17,165 Proposed Design for Combined Research, Training and Cargo Ship, by Prof. H. E. Jaegar and J. C. A. Schokker 18,199
  • Some Aspects of Pre-Fabrication in Ship Construction, by N. Echerborn, 18, 200
  • United States Fleet Maintenance and Battle Damage Repairs in Pacific During World War II, by Cap.t. R. K. James, 18, 227
  • Stresses in Propellers and Propeller Shafting Under Service Conditions, by Dr. S. F. Dorey, 18, 228
  • Ships’ Structures : A Century of Progress, by R. B. Shepheard, 25*, 192. See 10. See Errafiwn, 90
  • B.S.R.A. Resistance Experiments on “ Lucy Ashton.” Part I, Full-Scale Measurements, by Sir M. E. Denny, 121*, 153*. See 17, 41
  • Marine Fuel Oils, by M. Blanchier, 136 Boiler and Turbine-Testing, by Capts. (E) L. F. Ingram and L. A. D. Peile, 285, 299, 349*, 382*. See 17, 116. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • Naval Architecture. See Warships
  • — Construction. See Warships
  • — Engineers, International Congress of, Os
  • tend, Main Longitudinal Stresses of Ships, by J. M. Murray, 469
  • — Guns. See Guns
  • — Warfare. See Warships
  • — See also Warships
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics Navigational Equipment (W. F. Stanley and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 289
  • Navvy. See Excavator
  • Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships
  • — United States. See United States under
  • Wars Alps
  • — See also Naval; Warships ; and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Neath, River, Gas Pipeline Beneath, 567*
  • “ Nene ” Turbo-Jet Engine, Cartridge Starter for (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 819*
  • Netherlands. See Holland
  • New York, International Conference of Manufacturers, Arrangements for, 627
  • — — Reconstruction of Pier 57, 211
  • — Zealand, Hydro-Electric Department, An
  • nual Report, 817.
  • New Zealand Shipping Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Corn wall,” Gearbox for Twin Diesel Engines 631*
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, King’s College, Stephenson Buildings, 681*, 691. See LETTER, 817 Newcomen Society, Autumn Meeting in Surrey, 435 ; Chapman’s Locomotives, 1812-15, by E. A. Forward, 457, 488; Centenary of P. W. Willans, by K. W. Willans, 598*, 685 ; Annual General Meeting, 680 ; Election of Officers, 680
  • Newcomen, Thomas, , Resumption of Commemoration Ceremony at Dartmouth, 243 Newfoundland to Nova Scotia Submarine Telephone Cable, Repeaters for, 428
  • Newhouse, F., on Higher Technological Education, 662. See 401
  • Newitt, Prof. D. M„ on Memorials to Early Chemical Engineers, 91
  • Newman, Hender and Co., Ltd., Newman- McEvoy Oilfield Valve, 260*
  • Newman Spinney, Underground Gasification of Coal, Experiments at, 823*
  • Newman, W. H., on Unsolved Problems in Civil Engineering, 83. See LETTER, 19
  • Newton and Co., Ltd., “ Rotavisor ” Film-Loop Cinema Projector, 64; “ Rotavisor ” Dia- scope, 64 ; Visual Aids to Industry Exhibition, 564
  • Newton, Sir Isaac, Exhibition of Relics of, 179 Newton, Victor, Ltd., 250-kV Industrial X-ray Equipment, 295*
  • Nichols, R., the Late, 558
  • Nickel Industry, Progress in, 816
  • — Plating, Importance of Thickness of, 596 Nickols, L. W., on Design Characteristics of
  • Cross-Spring Pivots, 473*
  • “Nicoline Maersk,” M.S., Single-Screw, Cargo, 171*
  • Niedermair, J. C., on Ship Motions, 17, 165 Nimonic Alloys, Development of, 278, 378. See I/ETTEit 371 ’•
  • Nitrogen in Steel, Effect of, 502*
  • Nixon, I. K., on Marsh Reclamation at Southampton, 738*
  • Nobel Prizes, Award to Sir J. Cockcroft and Prof. E. T. S. Walton, 659
  • Nock, O. S., on Electric Signalling Discussion at Joint Engineering Conference, London,
  • “ Nodrif ” Spray Boom, 73*
  • Noise,. Machinery, Measurement and Interpretation of, 755
  • — in Motor Vehicles, Investigations on, 716
  • “ Nomad ” Compounded Piston and Turbine Aeroplane Engine, 353*
  • Non-Ferrous. See Metals; Metallurgy
  • “ Norfolk Ferry,” M.S., for Harwich-Zeebrugge Service, 139*
  • Normag Zorge G.m.b.H., 25-h.p. Diesel- Engined Agricultural Tractor, 54*
  • North American Shipping and Trading Co. (London), Ltd., Oil Tanker “World Unity,” 500
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., 200-h.p. Diesel-Hydraulic Shunting Locomotive, 95* ; 4-6-4 Type Locomotive for Victoria Government Railways, 168* ; 625-b.h.p.
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.—continued. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 172* ; 4-6-4 Locomotive for Victorian Government Railways, 237*; 1,600-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 793*
  • North.East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Photography at Sea of Propeller Cavitation, by Dr. J. W. Fisher, 729*
  • — Notes from. See Scotland
  • — oi Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, Fannich
  • Scheme, 65*, 129* ; Annual Report, 123 ; Hydro-Electric Plant, 185*. See LETTER, 404; Developments by, 276, 313*
  • — Tees “ C ” Power Station, 112*
  • — West England, Electricity-Supply Failure
  • in, 339
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Prospectus, '266 ; Evening Lectures at, 384 ; Lectures on Experimental Stress Analysis, 633
  • Northamptonshire, Weedon, Railway Accident at, 403, 430, 437
  • Northumberland and Durham County Councils, Pedestrian Tunnel under River Tyne, Opening of, 115
  • Norway, Electricity Supply Industry Statistics, 508*
  • Notched-Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Notes on New Books. See Books and LITERATURE INDEX
  • — See Cleveland; Midlands; Scotland;
  • South-West; Lancashire and South Yorkshire ; Labour. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Nottingham University, Stuart Lecture on Properties of Gases of Combustion Processes, by Prof. J. H. Keenan, 347*, 379*
  • Nova Scotia to Newfoundland Submarine Telephone Cable, Repeaters for, 428
  • Nuclear Energy, Investigations on, 220
  • — Physics Investigations in Australia, 614 Nucleons and Quanta, High-Energy, Experiments with, 595
  • Nucleonic Measurements, Recording Instruments for, 63
  • Nucleonics, Electronic Instrumentation of, 63 Numbers and Spaces (Review), 419
  • Nuneaton Proving Ground, Motor Industry Research Association, 12*
  • Nuts, Bolts, Screws and Washers, Hexagon, Specification, 440
  • Washers and Screws, B.A., Specification, 47

Obituary :

  • Angus, W. F., 628
  • Arnett, C. T. S., 468
  • Barlow, C. T., 46
  • Batey, Dr. J. T., 116,148"
  • Bone, V. W., 500
  • Boughton, E. M. W., 366
  • Brand, Sir H., 84
  • Carr, J. L., 622
  • Clements, F., 403. See LETTER, 468
  • Cook, Prof. G., 270, 308*
  • Co.ope, H., 632
  • de Zinovieff, Major L., 437
  • Dinwoodie, J. H., 750
  • Dutton, W. A., 708
  • Edgar, E. J., 782
  • Everard, F. O., 14
  • Ferguson, Prof. A., 629
  • Frank, Sir T. P., 628*
  • Fraser, F., 686
  • Grayson, Sir H. M., 564
  • Gwynne, N. G., 84
  • Hancock, A. E., 558
  • Hibbert, Col. F., 115
  • Hogarth, B., 558
  • Howis, C. C., 430
  • Humphreys, G. H., 340
  • Jenkin, B. M., 756
  • Johnson, Sir R. S., 276
  • Le Mesurier, Cdr. (E) L. J., 309
  • Loring, Cdr. F. G., 340
  • MacLaren, J. E., 436
  • Mann, J., 284
  • McKay, R. F., 20
  • Mellanby, Prof. A. L., 693
  • Mensforth, Sir H., 306, 340
  • M’Phee, R. C., 78
  • Nichols, R., 558
  • Osborn, S. E., 116
  • Parker, W. B., 494
  • Payton, J., 654
  • Philip, W. L., 115
  • Philips, Dr. A. F., 491
  • Pollitt, A., 817
  • Powell, W. H. H., 742
  • Ritchie, Sir J. M., 238
  • Robb, H., 238, 276
  • Ross, G. F., 486
  • Ross, J. A., 745
  • Rowell, Dr. H. S., 629*
  • Selson, F. M, 646
  • Sinclair, A., 644
  • Smith, Prof. C. A. M., 212
  • Smith, G. G., 20
  • Smyth, E. W., 817
  • Thompson, Sir R. N., 430
  • Turner, Major V., 750
  • Vines, A., 755
  • Walker, F., 430
  • Wiggin, Sir W. H., 366
  • Williams, G., 494
  • Williams, Ivor, 206
  • Observatory, Mount Stromlo, Australia, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, 246
  • — Royal, Greenwich, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 309
  • “ Ocean Vulcan,” M.S., Stresses in, 469
  • Oerlikon Co., Locomotive for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 499, 521, 547*, 583*
  • Oil Burning, Flame-Radiation Trials during, 705*
  • under Marine Boilers, Tests of, 117, 285, 299, 349*, 382*. See 17. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • Oil Drilling, 200-h.p., Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine for, 328*
  • — Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars;
  • Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Fuel, Use in Cargo Ships, Prevention of Fire
  • from, 279
  • Flame Radiation Trials, 705*
  • Investigations at Fuel Research Station, 506*
  • — — Naval, Characteristics and Developments
  • of, 136. See 117, 285, 299, 349*, 382*. See 17. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • — Lubricating, Used, Filters for (Stream-Line
  • Filters, Ltd.), 261*
  • — — for Turbines, Centrifugal Separator for
  • (Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd.), 294*
  • — Motors. See Engines, Oil: Motor Vehicles ;
  • Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Refinery, Esso, Fawley, 385*
  • — Refining Capacity in Italy, 108*
  • — Supply Apparatus for Governors of Hy
  • draulic Turbines, 218*. See LETTER, 404
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • —'Tankers, 28,000-ton, for Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co., Ltd., 641*
  • “ Auris,” Gas-Turbine Alternator for, 307 under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics 147, 564
  • — — Development of. 26*
  • — — Launches and Trial Trips, 15, 47, 128,
  • 160, 175, 207, 239, 288, 330, 395 (See Erratum, 566), 500, 511, 544, 640, 704, 800 Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 755
  • — — “ World Unity,” Launch of, 500
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Transformers, Investigations on, 819
  •  ?— Well Drilling, Method of Freeing Stuck Rotary Bit, 604*
  • — See also Lu&ricatton ; Petroleum
  • O’Kane, Dr. B. J., on Forty Years’ Progress in Air Radio, 151
  • Okubo, Prof. H., on Torsional Stress in Grooved Shafts, 436. See LETTER, 531*
  • Old Centralians, Annual Dinner, 627
  • Olympia. See Exhibition
  • Omnibus, Trolley. See Trolley-’Bus
  • Ontario, Hydro-Electric Power Commission,
  • J. C. Keith'Power Station, Windsor, 668* Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Opening Bridges. See Bridges Optical Investigations in Australia, 566
  • — and Mechanical Protractors, Bevel, Speci
  • fication, 207
  • — Projector for Inspection Work (Watson
  • Manasty and Co., Ltd.), 469*
  • Optics, Interferometers, Modern (Review), 195
  • — An Introduction to Stereoptics (Review), 740 Ordnance. See Guns
  • Ore Dressing, Elements of (Review), 676
  • — Franz Isodynamic Magnetic Separator for,
  • 371
  • — Iron Production, World Statistics of, 529
  • “ Orenda ” Axial-Flow Turbo-Jet Aeroplane
  • Engine, 735*
  • Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Orkney, Costa Head, 100-kW Experimental
  • Windmill, 276, .315, 615
  • Osborn, S. E., the Late, 116
  • Osborne, D. G., on Variation in Diameters of
  • Machine-Drawn Glass Tubing, 425* Oscillograph. See Electric
  • Osram-G.E.C. Glass Works, Production of Glass Tubing, 425*
  • Ossicaide Hearing Aids, Inductive Hearing Aid, 312*
  • Ostend, International Congress of Naval Engineers. See Naval Engineers, International Congress of
  • Otto Four-Stroke Engine, Seventy-Five Years of, Celebrations, 522
  • Otto, N. A., Life and Work of, 522
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • — Lines, Power Transmission, Aix-les-Bains to
  • La Roche-sur-Foron Railway, 546*
  • — — Power Transmission, Cable Holders for,
  • 61*
  • — — Power Transmission, Developments in
  • Great Britain, 509*
  • — — Power Transmission, 275-kV Equipment
  • for, 133*, 134*
  • Power Transmission, Fannich Hydro- Electric Scheme, 132*
  • Power Transmission, High-Voltage, and Hydro-Electric Schemes, 245, 249*
  • Power Transmission, North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, 315*
  • Power Transmission Systems, Measurements on, 571
  • Overseas Countries, Iron and Steel Industries of, Statistics, 1949, 529
  • Overspeed Pit for Rotor Testing, General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • Owen, Prof. J. B. B., on University and Civil Engineer of Future, 791, 821
  • Owen, Dr. W. S., on Crystal Structure of Graphite in Cast Iron, 695 ; on Carbide Phase in Iron-Carbon-Silicon Alloys, 695
  • Owner, F. M., on Application of Power to Aircraft, 8
  • Oxidation Inhibition for Transformer Oils, 819 Oxide, Films, Effect on Wear, 725 Oxy-Acetylene Welding. See WeMinp
  • Oxygen Recorder, Magnetic (G. Kent, Ltd.), 43*
  • P. 111 RESEARCH AIRCRAFT, 353*
  • P. 1067 Fighter Aircraft, 342*
  • Pacific, United States Navy, Battle-Damage Repairs in, 18, 227
  • Packaging Machine for Stockings (Strachan and Henshaw, Ltd.), 93*
  • — Printing and Allied Trades Research Asso
  • ciation, Annual General Meeting, Luncheon and Exhibition, 691
  • Packing Machines, “ Fluxo,” Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 100*
  • — Metallic, for British Railways, Standard Alloys, 553
  • Paddington Station, Work of I.K. Brunel on, 633*. See LETTER, 692
  • Paint, Abrasion Resistance of, 758
  • Painter Brothers, Ltd., Model of 275-kV Transmission Tower, 133*
  • Paita-Piura Railway, Peru, 500-h.p. Diesel- Mechanical Locomotive, 364*
  • Palliser Works, Hartlepool, Prestressed-Con- crete Tanks at, 235*.
  • Pametrada, Annual Report, 1950, 114 ; Tests of Naval Machinery by, 116, 286, 349*
  • Panel, Control, Boiler (Combustion Engineering Association), 107*
  • Pannell, J. P. M., Marsh Reclamation at Southampton, 737*
  • Paper and Board Makers’ Association, British Applicability and Present State of Gas Turbine Technology, by W. E. P. Johnson, 601*
  • — Guillotine, 52-in. (Atlas Werke A.-G.), 39* 42-in. (Soag Machinery Co.), 39*
  • — Making Machinery, Use of Servo-Mech
  • anisms for, 826
  • —- Mills, Use of Gas Turbines for Electricity and Process Heat, 601*
  • — Serviette Machine (R. Giebeler), 39* Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • — Tractors. See Tractors Paris Motor Show, 467, 501
  • Parker, Dr. A., on Britain’s Fuel Problems and
  • Work of Fuel Research Station, 476*, 505* Parker, W. B., the Late, 494
  • Parsons, Sir C. A., Work on Steam Turbine, 19, 219. See LETTER, 83
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., 60-MW Turbo- Generators, Littlewood “ C ” Power Station, 80 ; 60-MW Turbo-Generators, North Tees “ C ” Power Station, 112* ; Model of i-kW Steam Turbine, 133* ; Model of 50-MW Turbo-Generator, 133*; Rotor and Casing for 60-MW Steam Turbine, 260*; Model of 10-MW Gas Turbo- Generator, 260; 500-h.p. Coal-Burning
  • Gas Turbine, 659, 728*, 793* ; 1,600-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives,. 793*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Particles in Fine Powders, Measurement of, 595 Passenger Aeroplane. See Aeroplane under Aeronawiics
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • — Transport in Glasgow, Report on, 692 Patent Shaft and Axletree Co., Ltd., Reconstruction of Board of Directors, 211
  • Paton, T. A. L., on Hydro-Electric Schemes: Trends, in Civil Engineering, 253. See 213 Pattern-Making Machines. See Woodworking Machines under Machine Tools
  • Pavement Construction for Airfields, 70 Payton, J., the Late, 654
  • Peake, C. V., Turntable for Colliery Tubs, 416* Pease Pottage Reservoir, Crawley, Construction of (Preload (Great Britain), Ltd.), 396*
  • Peat as Fuel for Gas Turbines, Investigations on,824*
  • Peattie, K. R., on Tests of Concrete with Electrical-Resistance Strain Gauges, 468*, 596. See 356.* See LETTERS, 531, 788
  • Pedestrians, Tunnel for, under River Tyne Opening of, 115
  • Peile, Capt. (E) L. A. B., on Boiler and Turbine Testing; 285, 299, 349*, 382*. See 17,116. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • Pelton Wheels, Buckets and Jets for, 185*. See LETTER, 404
  • -— — 39,000-h.p. Vila Nova Hydro-Electric Scheme, 208
  • Penetrators, Diamond, Rockwell Hardness, Precision Measurement of, 89*. See LETTERS, 180*, 404
  • Percolator, Electromagnetic (Rapid Magnetic Machines, Ltd.), 264*
  • Permanent-Way Drainage Problems, 635* Mechanised Equipment Exhibition, Marylebone, 563
  • Personal, 15,47, 79, 111, 143,175,207, 239,271, 303, 335, 367, 399 (See Erratum, 559), 431, 463, 495, 527, 559, 591, 623, 655, 687, 719, 751, 783, 813
  • Personnel, Technical, Committee, Reconstitution of, 147
  • Perspex, Use in Aircraft, 768
  • Peruvian Corporation, 500-h.p. Diesel-Mechanical Locomotive for, 364*
  • Pest Control, Ltd., “ Noclrif ” Spray Boom, 73* ; Potato-Haulm Pulveriser, 148*
  • Petrol Motors. See AeronawZics; Engines, Petrol; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • —• Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum Industry, Fireclay Refractories for., Specification, 736
  • Flanged Cast-Iron Gate Valves for, Specification, 79
  • — Institute of, Symposium on Gear Lubrica
  • tion and Lubricants, Arrangements for, 787
  • — World Geography of (Review), 195
  • Petters, Ltd., Production of Small Internal- Combustion Engines, 747*
  • Pflaum, Prof. W., on Test Results of Highly- Supercharged Diesel Engine, 524
  • Philip, W. L., the Late, 115 Philips, Dr. A. F., the Late, 491
  • Philips Electrical, Ltd., High-Frequency Induction-Heating Generator, 225*
  • Phillips, C. E., on Analysis of Rockwell Hardness Test, 57*
  • Phillips, J. A., and Co., Ltd., Bicycle with Spring Frame, 648
  • Phosphating of Bearing Surfaces, Effect on Seizure, 650*
  • Photographic Exhibition, 336
  • Photography, High-Speed, Image Converters in, 64
  • — at Sea, of Propeller Cavitation, 729* Photometer, Micro, Recording Photo-Electric
  • (Hilger and Watts, Ltd.), 105
  • Photometric Investigations in Australia, 566 Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs Physical Chemistry. See Chemistry “ Physical Eye ” Colorimeter and Spectrophotometer, 105*
  • — Investigations in Australia, 566
  • — Laboratory. See NaiionaZ Physical
  • — Society’s Competition for Apprentices, 435
  • Physics, British Contribution to, 182
  • — Nucleons and Quanta, High-Energy, Ex
  • periments with, 595
  • — Relativity, Mathematics of (Review), 355
  • — See also Physical Society and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Pickering, F. B., on Cast Irons Used in Ingot Moulds, 741
  • Pier 57 at New York, Reconstruction of, 211
  • — for Road Bridge over River Tagus, 801* Pig Iron Production, World Statistics of, 529 Pile, Atomic, Central Heating from, 653
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, under Tension, 420* Piling for Jetty for Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley,
  • 385
  • — for Road Bridge over River Tagus, 801*
  • — Sheet, Cantilever, in Cohesionless Soil,
  • Investigation on, 316*
  • Pinchbeck Marsh Pumping Station, Preservation of, 693*
  • Pinions. See Gears ; Gearing
  • Pipes, Cast-Iron, Buried, Corrosion of, 786
  • — Flanges for use on Internal-Combustion
  • Engine Systems, Specification, 527
  • — Steel, Welded, Heat Treatment of, 125*,
  • 157*, 191*
  • — Still, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — Systems for District Heating of Housing
  • Estates, 411*
  • — See also Twftes
  • Piping, Industrial (Review), 804
  • — Sea-Water, Corrosion-Resisting Alloys for,
  • 422
  • — and Valves, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386* Pipelines, Aircraft, Identification Schemes for,
  • Specification, 458
  • — Gas, Beneath River Neath, 567*
  • — for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213, 254
  • — Jetty for Reclamation Work at Southamp
  • ton, 738*
  • — Mild Steel, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme
  • 68*, 129*
  • — Welds in, Heat Treatment of, 125*, 157*,
  • 191*
  • Piston and Cylinders, Hydraulic Lock in, Investigations of, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • — Oil Engine, Developments in, 542
  • Pit, Overspeed, for Rotor Testing, General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • — Props, Hydraulic (Dowty Mining Equip
  • ment, Ltd.), 35*
  • Pitch Creosote Burning, Flame Radiation Trials, 705*
  • Pitching Track, Long Wave, for Motor-Vehicle Research, 726*
  • Pitometer Log, Use in M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 154*
  • Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Pittsburg, California, Cold-Reduction Sheet Mill, 769*
  • Pivot, Cross-Spring, Design Characteristics of, 473*
  • Planing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Planter, Cabbage, Two-Row (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 118*
  • — Potato, Tractor-Mounted (H. Ferguson, * Ltd.), 21*
  • Plastic Deformation of Metals, Investigations in Australia, 565, and Strength of Metals, 277, 332
  • — Surfaces, Friction of, 694, 724, 797
  • Plastics for Aircraft Structures, Development of, 297
  • — British Contribution to, 183
  • — Impact Testing Machine for, 701
  • — Industry, Glossary of Terms Used in, 440 Plate-Bending Rolls. See Machine Tools
  • — Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Steel, Brittle Fracture of, 723, 745, 796 Brittle Fracture of, Investigations in, 278, 445*. See LETTER, 371
  • in Ships, Fracture of, 10,192
  • for Ships, Fracture Cleavage of, Investigations on, 690
  • — Wrought, Aluminium-Alloy, Specification,
  • 512 ?
  • Plessey Co., Ltd., Cartridge Starter for .Nene Turbo-Jet Engine, 819*
  • Plough, One-Way Two-Furrow (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 118*
  • — Reversible, Tractor-Mounted (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 21*
  • — Three-Furrow (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 73* Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 144* Pneumatic Comparator of High Sensitivity, * 414*
  • Poisson’s Ratio for Cast Iron for Ingot Moulds, 710
  • Polhem, C., Bicentenary of, Commemoration,51 Pollitt, A., the Late, 817
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, and Alkali Works Report, 113
  • Deposit Gauges, Specification, 671
  • Investigations by Fuel Research Station, 507*
  • — — See also Smoke Abatement
  • — Water, Research Board, Annual Report, 498 Polymers, Surface Cracking of, 725 Polytechnic. See Education
  • Polyvinyl-Chloride Film and Sheeting, Flexible Specification, 603
  • Pope, Prof. J. A., on British Association Discussion on Metals and Alloys, 371
  • Population, Food, Industry and Standard of Living, 593. See LETTER, 692
  • Port of Bristol, Motor Survey Launch “ Research ” for, 798*
  • — Equipment in Docks and Harbours (Re
  • view), 483
  • — of London Authority, Investigation on Silt
  • Deposition in Thames Estuary, 498
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Porter, F. C., on Corrosion of Buried Metals, 786 Portland Cement. See CemenZ
  • — Distilling Experimental Station, Work of,
  • 116, 286
  • Portugal, River Tagus, Road Bridge over, 801*
  • — Vila Nova Hydro-Electric Power Station,
  • 208*
  • Post Office, Dollis Hill Research Station, Work of, 428
  • Postmaster General, Report on Wireless Interference from Ignition Systems, 211
  • Potato-Haulm Cutter (P. B. Bettinson and Co., Ltd.), 148*
  • Pulveriser (Pest Control, Ltd.), 148*
  • Pulveriser (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 23*
  • — Planter, Tractor-Mounted (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 21*
  • Potentiometer. See Electric
  • Powders, Fine, Measurement of Particles in, 595 Powell, W. B., on Heat Transfer in Rocket
  • Power Plant's, 341
  • Powell, W. H. H., the Late, 742
  • Power, Atomic, Generation for Industry, Recent Progress, 51
  • Power, B. D., on Vacuum Technique, 64
  • — and Fuel Shortage, Conference on, 467
  • Power Gas Corporation, Stockton-on-Tees, New Factory, 267
  • — Industrial, Exhibition, Glasgow, 33*, 84*,
  • 106*, 133*, 166*
  • — Microwave, Measurement by Radiation
  • Pressure, 377*
  • Power Plant Co., Ltd., Gearbox for Twin Marine Diesel Engines, 631*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Civil Engineering in, 213
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Fannich, 65*, 129*
  • Hydro-Electric, in Great Britain, 509
  • Hydro-Electric, and High-Voltage Transmission, 245, 249*
  • Hydro-Electric, at Industrial Power Exhibition, Glasgow, 135*
  • —- — Hydro-Electric, Model of (G. Gilkes and Gordon, Ltd.), 290
  • — — Hydro-Electric, New Zealand, 817
  • — — Hydro-Electric, in North of Scotland, 123 Hydro-Electric, Post-Graduate Courses,
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, 315
  • Hydro-Electric, Sabie, South Africa, 242 Hydro-Electric, in Scotland, Electrical Aspects of, 276, 313*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Vila Nova, Portugal,
  • 208*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Zambesi River Scheme,
  • Report on, 49
  • Rocket, Heat Transfer in, 341
  • — — See also Power Stations ; Substations
  • — Press. See Machine Tools
  • — Station, Electric, Adaptation for District
  • Heating, 637
  • — — Electric, Bankside, London, 624*
  • Electric, British Electricity Authority’s Annual Report, 456
  • Electric, British, Extensions to, 723
  • — — Electric, British, Growth since 1945, 508
  • — — Electric, British, Progress with, 209
  • Electric, Carmarthen Bay, 16*
  • Electric, Dust-Extracting Plant for, 7
  • Electric, Dust and Fumes Emission from, 113
  • Electric, Guildford, Boiler Explosion at, 749
  • i Electric, Use of High-Ash Coal in, 188, 189, 214. See LETTER, 276
  • Electric, J. C. Keith, at Windsor, Ontario, 668*
  • Electric, of North of Scotland Hydro- Electric Board, 123, 276, 314
  • Electric, Plymouth, “ B,” 144*
  • —- — Electric, Remote and Supervisory Control in, 699
  • Electric, in South Africa, Annual Report, 242
  • — — Electric, Sulphur Recovery from Flue
  • Gases, 36
  • — — Electric, Uskmouth, 48*
  • Electric, West Ham " B,” Opening of 76*
  • — — See also Power Plants; Substations
  • — Supply, Electric, British Electricity Author
  • ity’s Annual Report, 465
  • — — Electric, Broadcast Warnings of Cuts, 530 Electric, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-
  • Sea, 101*
  • Electric, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 387
  • — — Electric, in Europe, Recommendations
  • on,605
  • — -=- Electric, Failure in North-West England,
  • 339
  • Electric, and Fuel Shortage, Conference on, Programme, 329
  • Electric, for Heavy Engineering Works, Witton,'621
  • Electric, Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields Ltd., 619
  • —1 — Electric, Holme Moss Television Station, 459*
  • — — Electric, by North of Scotland Hydro-
  • Electric Board, 123, 276, 313*
  • Electric, in Paper Mills, Use of Gas Turbine for, 601*
  • — — Electric, Position of, Ministry of Labour
  • Report, 209
  • — — Electric, Production and Utilisation, 637 Electric, for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 499, 521*, 545*, 583*
  • — — Electric, Single-Phase, at 50 Cycles,
  • Trials on British Railways, 659
  • — — Electric, in South Africa, Annual Report,
  • 242
  • Electric, Statistics for Various Countries, 508*
  • — Transmission, Hydraulic, Fluids for, 787 Overhead Lines, Aix-les-Bains to La
  • Roche-sur-Foron Railway, 546*
  • Overhead Lines, Cable Holders for, 61* Overhead Lines, Developments in GreatBritain, 509*
  • Overhead Lines, 275-kV Equipment for, 133*, 134*
  • Overhead Lines, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 132*
  • — — Overhead Lines, High-Voltage, and
  • Hydro-Electric Schemes, 245, 249*
  • Overhead Lines, North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, 315*
  • Overhead Lines, Systems, Measurements on, 571
  • — — Paper-Insulated Cables for, 646*
  • — System, Direct-Current, Model of. 586*
  • See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Water. See Hydraulics; Power Plants,
  • Hydro-Electric; Pelton Wheels; Turbines, Hydraulic
  • — Wind, Experiments by Ministry of Fuel and
  • Power, 825
  • Power, Wind Investigation by British Electrica 1 and Allied Industries Research Association, 615
  • Practice, Codes of, Ministry of Works. See Standards
  • Precipitators, Electrostatic, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 101*
  • Prefabrication and Welding in Shipbuilding, 18, 200
  • Preload (Great Britain), Ltd., Prestressed Concrete Reservoir Tank, 396*
  • Presidential Address to British Association by Duke of Edinburgh on British Contribution to Science and Technology, 182. See 177, 212
  • — — to British Association Section G (Engi
  • neering) by Sir C. Gibb on Two Thousand Years of Engineering, 219. See 214
  • -to British Association Section L (Education) by Sir H. Hetherington on the Broader Outlook, 210
  • to Institution of Chemical Engineers by Prof. D. M. Newitt on Memorials of Early. Chemical Engineers, 91
  • to Institution of Civil Engineers, by A. S. • Quartermaine on Work of I. K. Brunel, 599*, 633*. See 595. See LETTER, 692
  • to Institution of Electrical Engineers by
  • Sir J. Hacking, on Work of Electricity Supply Industry, 508*
  • to Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, by Sir A. McCance on Properties and Behaviour of Metals, 502*, 540*
  • to Institution of Locomotive Engineers by J. S. Tritton on Inspecting Engineers’ Contribution to Railway Economy, 562
  • to Institution of Mechanical Engineers by A. C. Hartley on His Life and Work, 534*, 603*. See 563. See LETTER, 789
  • to West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute by Prof. R. Hay on Iron and Steel Industry in 1895 and To-Day, 567, 607
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressure Diagrams of Internal-Combustion
  • Engines. Methods of Obtaining, 806* Pressure Piling (Parent), Ltd., Reinforced
  • Concrete Piles Under Tension, 421*
  • — Regulator for Hydraulic Turbines, 217*. See LETTER, 404
  • Preston, Dr. J. H., on Method of Comparing
  • Manometers, 645*
  • Prestressed Concrete Co., Ltd., Prestressed-'
  • Concrete Footbridge at Shrewsbury, 780* —_—- See also Concrete, Prestressed Priest Furnaces, Ltd., Gas-Fired Furnaces for
  • Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields,,Ltd., 617* “ Princess ” Flying Boat, Final Stages of
  • Erection, 563
  • Printing Industry in Edinburgh, 214
  • — Machine, Cylinder (Schnellpressenfabrik
  • Heidelberg), 38*
  • — Machinery at Dusseldorf Exhibition, 37*
  • — Packaging and Allied Trades Research
  • Association, Journey Shock Recorder, 10* ; Annual General Meeting, Luncheon and Exhibition, 691
  • — Press, Rotary, Sheet-Feed (Koenig und
  • Bauer A.G.), 37*
  • Two-Revolution (Koenig und Bauer A.G.), 37*
  • Prismatic Structures, Design of (Review), 451 Problems, Unsolved, in Civil Engineering, 19.
  • See LETTER, 83
  • Process Heat in Paper Mills, Use of Gas
  • Turbines for, 601*
  • Producer, Gas, for Gas Turbines, 793* Plant, Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields
  • Ltd., 617
  • Production Engineers, Institution of, Annual Dinner, 436
  • Productivity Report on Welding, 337 Profiling Machine. See Machine Tools Profilometer Wire-Drawing Die (British Iron
  • and Steel Research Association), 9* Projector, Cinema, Film-Loop “ Rotavisor ”
  • (Newton and Co., Ltd.), 64
  • — Lathe, Hilger (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 464*
  • — Optical, for Inspection Work (Watson,
  • Manasty and Co., Ltd.), 469*
  • Promoters, Use in Condensation of Steam, 221*, 244. See Emrfum, 248
  • Props, Pit, Hydraulic (Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd.), 35*
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Cavitation, Photography at Sea of, 729*
  • — Marine, Manufacture by Bull’s Metal and
  • Melloid Co., Ltd., 717*
  • Stresses in, Measurement of, 18, 228 Variable-Pitch Reversing (Slack and
  • Parr, Ltd.), 359
  • — for Reaction Hydraulic Turbines, 186*.
  •  ? See LETTER, 404
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion ;
  • Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers Protractors, Mechanical and Optical, Bevel,
  • Specification, 207
  • Proving Ground of Motor Industry Research Association, Nuneaton, 12*, 716*
  • " Pterodactyl ” Mark I Hill Monoplane, 1925, b37*
  • Public Affairs and Business, Facts, Files and Action in (Review), 771
  • — Health in Municipal Engineering, 6. Pugsley, Prof. A. G., on Development and
  • Design of Aeroplane Structures, 70 Pulse Circuits for Millimicrosecond Range, 63
  • — Random, Counting of, 63 Pulverised Fuel, Use in Power Stations, 189 “ Vortex ” Chamber for Burning, at
  • Fuel Research Station, 505*
  • Pulveriser, Coal, Atritor, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 101*
  • — Potato-Haulm. (Pest Control, Ltd.), 148* Haulm (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 23* Pumps, Air. See Air Compressors
  • — Centrifugal, Single-Stage (Harland Engi
  • neering, Ltd.), 136
  • — Compressor and Generator Set, 9-b.h.p.
  • Diesel-Driven (Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • — Coal, for Coal-Fired Gas Turbine, 793*
  • — Feed, Direct-Acting (Combustion Engineer-
  • ing Association), 107*
  • Pumps, Feed, Direct-Acting, Pair of (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 406*
  • — Fire, Emergency Marine (Russell Newbery
  • and Co., Ltd.), 360*
  • — — Marine, 11-h.p. Diesel-Driven (Ruston &
  • Hornsby, Ltd.), 291*
  • — Heat, Gas-Operated, at Royal Festival Hall,
  • Test of, 794
  • at Shinfield Field Research Station, 615*
  • — Hydraulic, for Heavy Forge Shop, Had
  • fields, Ltd., 617*
  • Lock in, Investigation of, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • 12-Stage (Gwynnes, Ltd.), 360*
  • — “ Hydropulsion ” (Clarke, Chapman and Co.;
  • Ltd.), 362*
  • — Impellers for (Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd.), 360
  • — Piston, Double-Acting (J.L.C. Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.), 525*
  • — for Raw Massecuite (Comet Pump and
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 297*
  • — Rotary Plunger (Rotoplunge Pump Co.}
  • Ltd.), 296*
  • — Sand, 12-in. Linatex (Wilkinson Rubber
  • Linatex, Ltd.), 262*
  • — Steam, Introduction of, 91
  • — Twin Mono (Mono Pumps, Ltd.), 264*
  • — Variable-Capacity, for Corrosive and Viscous
  • Liquids (Ames Crosta Mills and Co., Ltd.), 767*
  • Pumping Installations, Large, Design of, 627
  • — Plant for “ Dorset ” Fuelling Lorry, 577*
  • — Set, Fire, Marine, 11-h.p. Diesel-Driven
  • (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 291*
  • — Station, Pinchbeck Marsh, Preservation of,
  • 693*
  • Purefoy, J. B., Unit Tooling, Ltd., Jigs and Fixtures from Standard Components, 267* Purification of Sewage. See Sewage
  • — of Water. See Water
  • Purifier, Gas, Catalytic “ Deoxo ” (Baker Platinum, Ltd.), 428*
  • Pyrometry in Temperature Measurement of Steel Ingot Moulds, 741
  • “ Python ” 30-in. Coal Conveyor, 33*
  • QUARRELL, PROF. A. G., on Recent Metals and Alloys, 277, 343, 8 .'8, See LETTERS, 371
  • Quartermaine, A. S., on Work of I. K. Brunel, 599*, 633*. See LETTER, 692
  • Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., “ Union melt ” 900-Ampere Welding Machine, 322* ; " Unionmelt ” 1,200-Ampere Welding Head, 322*; Single-Operator Arc-Welding Transformer, 672*
  • Queen Mary College, London, Investigation on Condensation of Steam, 221*, 244. See Erratum, 248
  • Quenching of Steel. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • — Tanks, Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields, Ltd., 616*
  • RADAR Display Unit (Kelvin and Hughes (Marine), Ltd.), 168*
  • — Installation with Scanner (Kelvin and
  • Hughes (Industrial), Ltd.), 296
  • — Navigation Comparison Unit (Barr and
  • Stroud, JLtd.), 260*
  • — School, Marine, Southend-on-Sea, 255* Radiation Pressure, Measurement of Microwave Power by, 377*
  • Radio, Air, Forty Years’ Progress in, 151
  • — British Broadcasting Corporation, Annual
  • Report, 370
  • — Broadcast Warnings of Electricity Cuts,
  • 566*
  • — Communication, Transatlantic, 50th Anniversary of, 723

Radio Convention, London:

  • Electronic Instrumentation in Nucleonics, by Dr. D. Taylor, 63
  • (3-Ray Thickness Gauge for Industrial Use, by K. Fearnside, 63
  • Use of Radioactive Tracers in Industry by Dr. J. E. Johnston, 63
  • Self-Balancing Recording Instruments and Their Application to Nucleonic Measurement, by W. A. Kealy and R. E. Medlock, 63
  • Counting of Random Pulses, by E. H. Cooke-Yarborough, 63
  • Design of Portable /3- and y-Radiation Measuring Instruments, by J. Hardwick and E. Franklin, 63
  • Pulse Circuits for Millimicro-Second Range, by F. Wells, 63
  • Valve Technology and Manufacture, by J. W. Ridgeway, 63
  • Triode Amplifiers in the Frequency Range 100 Megacycles to 450 Megacycles per Second, by D. C. Rogers, 63
  • Aluminium-Backed Screens for Cathode- Ray Tubes, by R. W. Dudding, 63
  • Dynamic Measurements on Receiving Valves, by A. J. H. van der Ven, 63
  • Rare Metals in Electron Tubes, by D. A. Wright, 63
  • Survey of Quality and Reliability Standards in Electronic Valves for Service Equipment, by G. L. Hunt, 63
  • Production of Miniature Valves in France by M. Martinoff, 64
  • Application of Image Converters to High- Speed Photography, by J. A. Jenkins and R. A. Chippendale, 64
  • Vacuum Technique, by D. Latham and B. D. Power, 64
  • Line Scanning Valves and Circuits, by B. Eastwood and C. C. Vodden, 64 Radio Direction Finding Equipment (Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 167
  • — Early History of, 220
  • Radio, Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems (Review), 132
  • — Engineers, British Institution of, Radio
  • Convention. See Radio Convention
  • — Equipment at National Radio Show, 159,
  • 275, 310*
  • Radio Heaters, Ltd., 3|-kW Induction Electric Heater, 263*
  • — Industry Council, National R'adio Show,
  • 159, 275, 310; Luncheon, 627; Scheme for' Encouragement of Technical Writing, 627
  • — Interference from Transmission Lines, 250*
  • — Masts and Towers, 168
  • — Show, National, Earl’s Court, 159, 275, 310
  • — Receiver for Sailors (Stratton and Co., Ltd.),
  • 290
  • — Research in Australia, 614
  • Board, Annual Report, 1950, 815
  • — Sound and Television Broadcast Reception,
  • Standard Code for, 671
  • —, Systems, Trunk, 667
  • — Valves, Line-Scanning; and Circuits, 64
  • — — Miniature, Production in France, 64
  • — — Receiving, Dynamic Measurements, 63
  • - Technology and Manufacture, 63 Radio. See also Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony, Wireless ; Television; Radar
  • Radioactive Tracers, Use in Industry, 63 Rail Traffic. See Railway Transport Railcars. See Carriages, Railway Railroad. See Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Bridge. See Bridge
  • — British, Capital Expenditure on, 18 ;
  • British Transport Commission, Report on Accounts and Statistics, 50; Mixed- Traffic 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, 138*; M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 139* ; Level Gangway at Holyhead Harbour, 395* ; Derailment at Weedon, 403, 430, 437 ; Mechanical Vibrator for Sieving, 429* ; Electrification of, Alternating versus Direct-Current Schemes, 436; Standard 12-ton Covered Goods Van, 493*; Economy by Standardisation of Non-Ferrous Metals, 553, 596, 626; Permanent-Way Mechanised Equipment Exhibition, 563 ; Engineering Works on, 635; Trials of Single-Phase Traction at 50 Cycles, 659; Demolition of Bridge by Explosives, 699*; Accidents in 1950, 722 ; Winter Weather Arrangements, 723 ; 1,600-h.p. Coal-Burning
  • Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 793*; Diesel Shunting Engines for, 816
  • —7 Canadian Pacific, Diesel Locomotives on, 315
  • — Carriage. See Carriages
  • — Ceylon, Government, 625-b.h.p. Diesel
  • Electric Locomotive, 172*; Annual Report, 205
  • — Economy, Inspecting Engineers’ Contri
  • bution to, 562
  • — Executive versus Starkey, 787
  • — Festiniog, Proposed Preservation of, 83
  • — French National, Single-Phase Electric Trac
  • tion at 50 Cycles, 499, 521*, 545*, 583* .
  • — Great Western, Work of I. K. Brunel on
  • 599*, 633*. See LETTER, 692
  • — Hall at Exhibition of Industrial Power,
  • Glasgow, 168*
  • — Indian Government, Double-Headed Milling
  • Machine for Locomotive Frames, 748*
  • — — Electric Trailer Carriage (Birmingham
  • Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.), 168*
  • — Iron, Surrey, Visit of Newcomen Society, 435
  • — Locomotive, See Locomotive
  • — Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Paita-Piura, Peru, 500-h.p. Diesel-Mech
  • anical Locomotive, 364*
  • — Rolling Stock. See Carriages; Locomo
  • tives ; Wagons
  • — Signalling. See Signalling
  • — Students’ Association, Proposed Develop
  • ment of London Tube Railways, by F. G. Maxwell, 779
  • — Train Brake. See Braking
  • — Transport and Road Traffic, Co-ordination
  • of, 634
  • in Glasgow, Report on, 692
  • — Tube. See Underground; London Trans
  • port Executive
  • — Underground. See Underground; London
  • Transport Executive
  • — Victoria Government, 4-6-4 Type Loco
  • motive for (North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.), 168*, 237*
  • — Wagons. See Wagons
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rainfall and Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213, 253 Rake, Side-Delivery, “ Revolution ” (A. B. Blanch and Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Ramps for Los Angeles “ Freeway ” Road System, 196*
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Model of Walking Dragline, 166*
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Electrically-Driven Fork-Lift Truck, 362*
  • Rapatz, F., on Effect of Inclusions on Workability of Steel, 372
  • Rapid Magnetic Machines, Ltd., Electromagnetic Percolator, 264*
  • Rare Metals in Electron Tubes, 63
  • Rays. See Beta Rays ; Cathode Rays ; X-Rays Raymond, A. E., on the Well-Tempered Aircraft, 339
  • Rearmament, Select Committee’s Report on, 306
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd., Two-Stage Air Compressor, 261*
  • Reclamation, Marsh, at Southampton, 737* Recorder, CO2, Testing of, 505*.
  • — Journey-Shock (Printing, Packaging and
  • Allied Trades Research Association), 10*
  • — Oxygen, Magnetic (G. Kent, Ltd.), 43* Recording Dynamometer. See Dynawiometer
  • — and Measuring Apparatus for Glass-Tube
  • Manufacture, 425*
  • Recuperator, Contra-Flow, Proportioning of, 244, 252. See LETTER, 468
  • Redifon, Ltd., Radio-Frequency Induction Heater, 135
  • Redshaw, Prof. S. C., on Aluminium-AUoy Riveted Joints, 627
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing;
  • Marine Propulsion
  • Rees, W. P., on High-Purity Iron and Iron
  • Alloys, 777
  • Reference Books. See Annuals
  • Refinery Gas, Recovery of Sulphur from, 180
  • — Oil, Esso, Fawley, 385*
  • Refractories, Fireclay, for Petroleum Industry,
  • Specification, 736
  • — Materials. See also Fireclays
  • — for Naval Boilers, 116, 300
  • — for Open-Hearth Furnaces, Advances in, 373 Refrigerating Plant, Twin Ammonia Com
  • pressors for (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 407* Refrigeration, International Congress of.
  • London, 275, 307
  • Refuse Disposal and Public Health, 6 Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace Regulator, Automatic, Electrical Servo-Mech
  • anisms for, 825
  • — Pressure, for Hydraulic Turbines, 217*.
  • See LETTER, 404
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete Relativity, Mathematics of (Review), 355 Relaxation Methods, Solving Beam Problems
  • by, ,456*. See LETTER, 756
  • Renold and Coventry Chain Co., Ltd., Chain Clutch, 262*
  • Rentrix, Ltd., Switches for Attendance- Control Apparatus, South Bank Exhibition, 55
  • Report, Aeronautical Research in Australia, 72
  • — Annual, Advisory Council on Scientific
  • Policy, 147
  • Air Registration Board, 160
  • Association of Consulting Engineers, 435
  • — — British Broadcasting Corporation, 370 British Cast Iron Research Association,
  • 796
  • British Council, 691
  • British Electricity Authority, 465
  • — — British European Airways Corporation,
  • 267
  • British Overseas Airways Corporation,
  • 267
  • British Transport Commission, Accounts and Statistics, 50
  • British Welding Research Association,
  • 178
  • Building Research Board, 785 Ceylon Government Railways, 205
  • — —- Chemistry Research Board, 563
  • — Chief Inspector of Alkali, etc., Works, 113 Coal Utilisation Joint Council, 179 Fuel'Research Board, 1946-49, 657 Gas Council, 753
  • — — Glasgow Corporation Water Department,
  • 287
  • Joint Fire Research Organisation, 315 —- — Motor Industry Research Association, 714*
  • New Zealand Hydro-Electric Department, 817
  • North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board,
  • 123
  • — — Pametrada, 1950,114
  • Radio Research Board, 1950, 815
  • — — Royal Agricultural Society, 755
  • Scientific Research in Australia, 564,613.
  • See Erratum, 603
  • Scottish Seaweed Research Association, 108
  • —- — South Africa Electricity Supply Commission, 242
  • Terrestrial Magnetism Department, Carnegie Institution of Washington (Review), 419
  • Water Pollution Research Board, 498
  • — on Arc-Form and Movement in Air-Blast
  • Circuit-Breaker, .711*, 743*
  • — Astronomer Royal’s, Royal Greenwich
  • Observatory, 309
  • — Boiler Explosion, Guildford Power Station,
  • 749
  • — Catalytic Removal of Sulphur from Town
  • Gas. 667*
  • — Commonwealth Conference on Fuel Re
  • search, 439
  • — on Dockyards, Select Committee’s, 273
  • — Dollar Export Board on “ Dollars and
  • Industry,” 305
  • — Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 1949,
  • 497
  • — Electricity Sub-Committee, Ministry of
  • Labour and National Service, 209
  • — on Gauging and Measuring Screw Threads,
  • 369
  • — on Health of Welders, 530
  • — Hot-Dip Galvanising for General Work, 434
  • — on Interlingual Scientific and Technical
  • Dictionaries, 626. See LETTER, 693
  • — International Association for Exchange of
  • Students, 531
  • — on Irrigation Schemes for Jordan Valley,
  • 481*
  • — on Kariba Gorge and Kafue River Hydro-
  • Electric Projects, 49
  • — Locomotive Industry, Organisation and
  • Prospects, 753
  • — Mechanical Engineering Research Organisa
  • tion, 1947-50, 338
  • — Ministry of Works, on Building and Civil-
  • Engineering Work, 307
  • — Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Com
  • mission, on Supply of Electric Lamps, 689
  • — Passenger Transport in Glasgow, 692
  • — on Planning and Financial Control of
  • Industrial Research, 145
  • — Preparation of Schemes for District Heating
  • of Housing Estates, 410*
  • — Productivity, on Welding, 337
  • — Railway Accidents, British, in 1950, 722
  • — Saving Scarce Materials, 625
  • — Select Committee’s, on His Majesty’s Dock
  • yards, 273
  • Committee’s, on Rearmament, 306 —on Sponsored Research in Germany, 576
  • — Wireless Interference from Ignition Systems,
  • 211
  • — Work of Organisation for European Econo
  • mic Co-operation, 659
  • Research, Aeronautical, in Australia, Report, 72'
  • Research, Association, Cast Iron, British, Annual Report, 796
  • Coal Utilsation, British, Model of Coke Fired Down-Jet Furnace, 107*
  • — ?— Electrical and Allied Industries, British,
  • Work of Greenford Laboratories, 585*, 615* ; Report on Arc-Form and Movement in Air-Blast Circuit-Breaker, 711*, 743*
  • Gearing, Admiralty-Vickers, Work of, 116, 286; Investigations on Creep-Cut Helical Gears, 484*, 517*, 550*, 582*
  • Internal-Combustion Engine, British, Fuel-Flow Meter, 103*; Methods of Obtaining Pressure Diagrams of Internal- Combustion Engines, by A. J. Cornish and W. P. Mansfield, 806*
  • Iron and Steel, British, Wire-Drawing Die Profilometer, 9*; Differential-Pressure Meter for Open-Hearth Furnace, 10
  • Motor Industry, Proving Ground, Nuneaton, 12*, 716* ; Annual Report, 714*
  • Non-Ferrous Metals, British, Welding with Aluminium Bronzes, by E. C. Mangle, 443*
  • Printing, Packaging and Allied Trades, Journey .Shock Recorder, 10*; Annual General Meeting, Luncheon and Exhibition, 691
  • Scientific Instrument, British, Gonstant Direct-Current Source, 104*
  • — — Seaweed, Scottish, Annual Report, 108
  • — — Welding, British, Annual Report, 178
  • / ?— Board, Building, Annual Report, 785
  • —- — Chemistry, Annual Report, 563
  • —: — Fuel, Annual Report, 1946-49, 657
  • —? — Radio, Annual Report, 1950, 815
  • Water Pollution, Annual Report, 498
  • — Department, Scientific and Industrial, Ex
  • hibits at British Instrument Industries Exhibition, 9; Report on Mechanical Engineering Research, -1947-50, 338;
  • Reports on Sponsored Research in Germany, 576 ; International Symposium on Organisation of Research, 619, 659
  • —• and Development Centre of Simon Engineering Group, 19, 75*
  • — Establishment, Harwell Atomic Energy,
  • Central Heating from Atomic Pile, 653
  • — Foundation, Rubber, Dutch, International
  • Conference on Abrasion and Wear, Delft. See Rubber Research Foundation, Dutch
  • — on Friction and Wear, 649*, 697*
  • — Fuel, in Commonwealth, Proposals for, 439
  • — High-Voltage, at National Physical Labora
  • tory, 638
  • — Industrial, Planning and Financial Control
  • of, Report on, 145
  • — Institute, Battelle, to be Established in
  • Europe, 275
  • — Laboratory, Aeronautical, Australian, Ex
  • periments on Suction Wing, 359
  • — — Chemical, Teddingdon„Work of, 371 of London Brick Co., Stewartby, 55
  • — — Road, Demonstration of Machines for
  • Maintenance of Concrete Road Joints, 368*
  • — by Ministry of Fuel and Power, 659, 726*,
  • 793, 823**
  • “ Research ” Motor Survey Launch (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 789*
  • — Organisation, Commonwealth Scientific and
  • Industrial, Investigation on Gear-Tooth Undulations, 373*
  • Fire, Joint, Annual Report, 315
  • — — of, International Symposium on, 619, 659
  • — — Mechanical Engineering, Report on,
  • 1947-50, 338; Research on Friction and Wear, 6'49*, 697*
  • — on Prestressed-Concrete, 708
  • — Scientific, in Australia, Annual Report, 564,
  • 613. • See Erratum, 603
  • — Sponsored, in Germany, Reports on, 576
  • — Station, Fuel, Model of Plant for Sulphur
  • Recovery from Flue Gases, 289 ; Work of, 476*, 505*
  • Post Office, Dollis Hill, Work of, 428
  • — — Rubber, Delft, Holland, Inauguration of,
  • 658, 694*
  • — — Sunbury, “ Sunbury ” Drill Dynamo
  • meter, 487*
  • — Transonic, in United States, 359
  • — See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoirs for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213,
  • 253
  • — for Jordan Valley Irrigation Schemes, 481*
  • — Soil Erosion and Silt Deposits in, 213, 254
  • — Tank, Concrete, Prestressed by “ Preload ”
  • System, 396*
  • — William Girling, London Water Supply,
  • Opening of, 307
  • Reshaping Machine for Concrete Road Joints (G. H. Tennant Co.), 368*
  • Resin, Synthetic, Adhesives, Summer School at Duxford, 435
  • for Protection of Concrete Tanks, 776* Resistance, Air. See Aeronautics
  • — Electric. See Electric
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Resistor, 2,000-kW Forced-Cooled (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 384*
  • Retired Engineers, Employment of, 51
  • Retorts for Gas Works, Development of, 39 Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX “ Revolution ” Side-Delivery Rake, 149* Reynolds Numbeis, Critical, for Steady and Pulsating Flow, 389*
  • Reyrolle, .A., and Co., Ltd., Switchgear, West Ham “B” Power Station, 77*; 2,500- MVA 132-kV Circuit-Breaker, 133*; 20/300-Ampere Welding Machine, 322* ; Electric Motor for Ring Spinning Frames, 322*; 1,500-MVA 33-kV Metalclad
  • Switchgear, 322*
  • | Rhodesia Castle,” S.S., Passenger and Cargo, Union-Castle Line, 587*
  • Richardson, Dr. F. D., on Chemistry in Metal Extraction, 569*. See 278
  • Riddles, R. A., Mixed-Traffic Tank Locomotive, 138*; Standard 12-ton Covered Goods Van for British Railways, 493*
  • Ridgeway, J. W„ on Radio Valve Manufacture, 63
  • Ridsdale and Co., Ltd., Testing Equipment for Moulding Sands, 289
  • Ritchie, Sir J. M„, the Late, 238
  • River Jordan Valley, Proposed Irrigation
  • Scheme for, 481*
  • — Kafue, and Kariba Gorge Hydro-Electric
  • Projects, Report on, 49
  • — Neath, Gas Pipeline Beneath, 567*
  • — Pollution, Research on, 498
  • — Severn, Castle Bridge over, at Shrewsbury,
  • 780*
  • — Tagus, Road Bridge over, Portugal, 801*
  • — Tamar, Royal Albert Bridge over, Construc
  • tion of, 633*
  • — Thames Weirs, “ Birmabright” Sluice
  • Gates for, 592*
  • — Tyne, Opening of Pedestrian Tunnel under,
  • 115
  • — Yarmuk and Jordan Valley Irrigation
  • Schemes, 481*
  • — Zambesi, Hydro-Electric Power from, 49 Rivet, Aluminium-Alloy, Properties and Driving of, 627
  • Riveting in Ships, Investigation on, 192
  • — and Welding of Aluminium-Alloy Struc
  • tures, 627
  • Road Bridge over River Tagus, Portugal, 801* Welded Deck (Review), 355
  • — Concrete, Demonstration of Machines for
  • Maintenance of Joints, 368*
  • — in Midlands and South West, Need for Im
  • provements in , 467
  • — Motor, First Hundred (Review),. 516
  • — Planning and Safety, 151
  • — and Rail Traffic, Co-ordination of, 634
  • — Research Laboratory, Demonstration of
  • Machines for Maintenance of Concrete Road Joints, 368*
  • — Stones and Chippings, Specification, 440
  • — Surfaces at Nuneaton Motor-Vehicle Re
  • search Proving Ground, 12*, 716*
  • — Surfacing, Rubber-Bitumen (Rubber Road
  • ways, Ltd.), 268*. See Erratum, 376
  • — System, “ Freeway,” at Los Angeles, 196*
  • — Traction, Railless Electric. See Trolley ’Bus —? Transport Vehicles, Mchanical, British,
  • 1851-1951, 69
  • — Wear on Tyres, Factors Influencing, 791,818 Robb, H., the Late, 238, 276
  • Robertson, T. S., on Brittle Fracture of Mild Steel, 445*. See 278. See LETTER, 371
  • Rocket Power Plants, Heat Transfer in, 341 Rockweld, Ltd., Diesel-Driven Welding Set, 328 Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Diskus Grinding Machine, 272*
  • Rod, Cylindrical, Vibrations of, Investigation on, 409*
  • — Reinforcement for Prestressed Concrete,
  • 707*
  • Roe, A. V. and Co., Ltd., “ Avro ” 707B and 7O7A Research Aircraft, 353*
  • Roe, A. V. (Canada), Ltd., “Orenda” Axial- Flow Turbo-Jet Aeroplane, Engine, 735*
  • Roebuck, J. (1718-1794), Chemical-Engineering Work of, 91
  • Rogers, D. C., on Triode Amplifiers, 63
  • Rolls, Plate-Bending. See Machine Tools
  • — Turning, Twinner for Rotating Workpieces
  • (D. Ross and Partners, Ltd.), 327*
  • Rolling-Mill Extension Gauge (Baldwin Instrument Co., Ltd.), 9
  • Use of Servo-Mechanisms for, 826
  • for Sheet and Strip, Cold-Reduction, Pittsburg, California, 769*
  • — — for Steel. Industry, Developments, 234 Tube, Welding Head for (Asea Electric,
  • Ltd.), 321*
  • — Sheet and Strip, Continuous Gauge Control
  • for, 563
  • — of Silicon-Iron Transformer Sheets, 709
  • — Stock Improved, Effect on Reduction of
  • Accidents in 1950, Report of, 722
  • for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50 Cycles, 499, 521, 545*, 583*
  • Standard 12-ton Covered Goods Van, 493*
  • See also Carriages ; Locomotives; Wagons Rolls-Royce Ltd., “ Derwent ” Jet Engines.
  • M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 41, 121* ; 190-h.p. Supercharged Oil Engine, 44*; Tests of “ Dart ” Propeller -Turbine Aero Engine, 123; “ Avon ” Axial Jet Aeroplane
  • Engine, 343* ; Measuring Stresses in Aircraft Turbines, 761*
  • Roman and Greek Engineering, 219
  • Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Roofs, Copper Covering for, Standard Code of Practice, 736
  • — of Pre-cast Concrete Units for Kiln Building,
  • 670*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete Shell, for Omnibus
  • Garage, 588*
  • — Supports, Colliery, Mobile Hydraulic Press
  • for Bending (Finlay Conveyor Co., Ltd.), 35*
  • Root Cutter (E. H. Bentall and Co., Ltd.), 136 Rootes Blower for Graf and Stift Oil Engine, 2* Rose, Dr. H. E„ on Measuring Small Particles,. 595
  • Ross, D., and Partners, Ltd., Twinner Turning Rolls, 327*
  • Ross, G. F., the Late, 486
  • Ross, J. A., the Late, 745
  • Rosser and Russell, Ltd., Valve-Cooling Plant, for Holme Moss Television Station, 459*
  • Rotary Blowers. See Blowers
  • — Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
  • Rotary Hoes, Ltd., "Bantam” Rotary Cultivator, 22*; Potato-Haulm Pulveriser, 23* ; Howard “ Rotavator ” for Ferguson Tractor, 23* ; Tractor-Drawn Rotary Hoe, 757*; “Gem” Series IV Rotary Cultivator, 757* ; “ Bantam ” Rotary Hoe
  • with Hymatic Compressor, 757*
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • “ Rotavator,” Howard, for Ferguson Tractors. (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 23*
  • “ Rotavisor ” Film-Loop Cinema Projector, 64
  • “ Roto-Baler ” for Hay (Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co.), 117*
  • Rotoplunge Pump Co., Ltd., Rotary Plunger Pump, 296*
  • Rotor for 13,333-kVA Alternator, 130*
  • — Low-Pressure, for 52-5-MW Turbo-Genera
  • tor (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co. Ltd.), 108
  •  ?— of Naval Steam Turbines, Behaviour During Trials, 350*
  • Rotor for 60-MW Steam Turbine (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 668*
  • — for 60-MW Steam Turbine (C. A. Parsons &
  • Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • “ Rotovalve,” Harland-Morgan Smith, for Hydraulic Turbine, 218*. See LETTER. 404
  • Roughness Records, Hull of M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 154*
  • Rover Co., Ltd., 275-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder “ Meteorite ” Diesel Engine, 496*
  • Rowe, F. W., on Steel-Foundry Problems, 466
  • Rowe, Dr. P. W., on Cantilever Sheet Piling in Cohesionless Soil, 316*. See 279
  • Rowell, Dr. H. S„ the Late, 629*
  • Rowhedge Ironworks Co., Ltd., Dredger for Thames Conservancy, 810*
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
  • — Agricultural Society. See Agricultural
  • — Aircraft Establishment. See Aeronautics
  • — Albert Bridge over River Tamar, Construc
  • tion of, 633*
  • — Dockyards, Select Committee Report on, 273
  • — Festival Hall, Test of Gas-Operated Heat
  • Pump, 794
  • — Greenwich Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s
  • Report, 309

Royal Institution

  • Programme of Evening Discourses and Afternoon Lectures, 454
  • Experiments with High-Energy Nucleons and Quanta, by Sir Jwockcroft, 595
  • New Materials in Engineering, by Dr. T. E. Allibone, 691
  • Mechanics of Metal Crystals, by Prof.
  • E. N. da C. Andrade, 787
  • Royal Netherlands Steel Co., Flame-Radiation Trials, 705*
  • — Photographic Society’s Exhibition, 336
  • — School of Mines, Centenary of, 499
  • — Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, Model of
  • Heroult Electric Steel-Melting Furnace, 336*

Royal Society :

  • Appointments of Sorby and Armourers and Brasiers Research Fellowships, Sheffield University, 139
  • Sir Isaac Newton Exhibition, 179
  • Election of Officers, 797
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Teaching of Metallurgy, 567, 607
  • Rubber Abrasion, Elementary Aspects of, 759 and Wear of, 790
  • — Bitumen Road Surfacing (Rubber Roadways, Ltd.), 268.* See Erratum, 376
  • — Machinery at Rubber Research Station, Delft, 694*
  • — Model for Combined Bending and Torsional Tests, 661*
  • — for Protection of Concrete Tanks, 775*
  • — Raw, Physical Tests for, Specification, 736

Rubber Research Foundation, Dutch:

  • International Conference on Abrasion and Wear, Delft: Programme, 243; Reports of Proceedings, 658, 694, 724, 758, 790, 818
  • Inauguration of Rubber Research Station, Delft, 658, 694*
  • War on Wear, by Prof. H. Blok, 658, 724 Chemical Causes of Wear, by Prof. J. J. Broeze, 724
  • Morphological Aspects of Abrasion and Wear, by Dr. G. Salomon, 725
  • Abrasion Resistance of Paints, by Dr. N. A. Brunt, 758
  • Elementary Aspects of Rubber Abrasion, by Dr. A. Schallamach, 759
  • Abrasion and Wear of Rubber, by J. M. Buist, 790
  • Some Factors Influencing Road Wear of Tyres, by Dr. R. D. Stiehler, M. N. Steel and J. Mandel, 791, 818
  • Friction and Surface Damage of Non- Metallic Solids, by Dr. F. P. Bowden, 797. See 694, 724
  • Rubber Research Station, Delft, Holland, Inauguration of, 658, 694*
  • Rubber Roadways, Ltd., Rubber-Bitumen Road Surfacing, 268*. See Erratum, 376
  • — Valves for Industrial Users (Warren, Morri
  • son, Ltd.), 287*
  • Ruddick, M„ on Heat Exchangers for Gas Turbines, 229*
  • Ruddle, R. W., on Solidification of Sand Castings, 422
  • Runners for Reaction Hydraulic Turbines, 186*. See LETTER, 404
  • Rural Electrification Investigations at Shinfield Field Station, 615*
  • Progress in, 637
  • in Scotland, 276, 313*
  • Russia, Iron and Steel Production in, 519
  • Russell, J. S., Shipbuilding bv, 11, 25*
  • Russell, Newbery and Co., Ltd., 7-h.p. SingleCylinder Diesel Engine, 360*; 120-h.p. Six-Cylinder Marine Diesel Engine, 360*; 20-kW Diesel-Driven Generating Set, 360*; Emergency Marine Fire Pump, 360*; 53-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine Engine, for Dredger, 811*
  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Model of 750-kW Industrial Gas Turbine, 108; 75-b.h.p. Oil-Engined Narrow-Gauge Locomotive, 290*; 67-5-h.p. Four-Cylinder Marine
  • Diesel Engine, 290*; 67-5-h.p. Marine Diesel-Driven Generating Set, 290* ; 11- h.p. Marine Diesel-Driven Fire Pumping Set, 291* ; 240/180-b.h.p. Dual-Fuel Engine, 799*; Peat Burning Gas Turbine, 824*
  • Ruston, S., on Electrical Properties of Silicon- Iron Transformer Sheets, 708
  • SA-4 Bomber Aircraft, 342*
  • Sabie Hydro-Electric Power Station, South Africa, 242
  • Safety of Life at Sea. See Life-Saving
  • — Road, and Road Planning, 151
  • Sailors, Radio Receiver for (Stratton and Co., Ltd.), 290
  • “ Salamander Suprex ” Crucibles for Arduous Duty, 295
  • Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd., Converter for Electrical Measurement of Mechanical Quantities, 300*
  • — Substation, 33-kV Metalclad Switchgear for,
  • 331*
  • Salomon, Dr. G., on Morphological Aspects of Abrasion and Wear, 725
  • Salt Manufacture, Early History of, 91
  • Saltash, Royal Albert Bridge at, 633*
  • Sampling of Small Coal, Theory of, 452*. See LETTERS, 692, 756
  • “ Samson ” Coal Loader, 34*
  • “ San Francisco,” M.S., Stresses in, 469
  • Sands, Aggregates and Fillers, Sampling and Testing of, Specification, 239
  • — Moulding, Testing Equipment for (Ridsdale
  • and Co., Ltd.), 289
  • — Pump, 12-in. Linatex (Wilkinson Rubber
  • Linatex, Ltd.), 262*
  • — Trap Tank, Prestressed-Concrete, for Sea
  • water Magnesia Manufacture, 235* Sandberg, S., on Cable-Holders for Power Transmission Lines, 61*
  • Sankey, J., and Sons, Ltd.,.Heat Exchanger for Coal-Burning Gas Turbine, 728*
  • “ Sapphire ” Axial Turbojet Aeroplane Engine, 391*
  • Saunders-Roe, Ltd., Final Stages in Erection of “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 563
  • Saville, J., and Sons, Visual Aids to Industry Exhibition, 564
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scale, Oxide, Adherence to Copper, 423 Schallamach, Dr. A., on Elementary Aspects of Rubber Abrasion, 759
  • Schiess Horizontal Boring Machine, 685*
  • Schmidt, Prof. F. A. F., on Self-Ignition Characteristics of Fuels, 524
  • Schokker, J. C. Arkenbout, on Design of Combined Research, Training and Cargo Ship, 18, 199
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Schroder, Dr. W„ on Tests of Engines with Crankcase Compression, 524
  • Schnellpressenfabrik Heidelberg, Cylinder Printing Machine, 38*
  • Sciaky Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., CrossWire Multiple Welding Machine, 322*; Bench-Mounted Spot Welder, 322*
  • Science'Museum, South Kensington, Festival 1851-1951 Exhibition of Science at, 247; Willans Exhibition at, 685. See 598
  • —- Neglect of, Instances (Review), 241
  • — and Technology, British Contribution to,
  • 177, 182, 212
  • Scientific Exhibits in Dome of Discovery, 246
  • — Instrument Research Association, British,
  • Constant Direct-Current Source, 104*
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Policy, Advisory Council on, Annual Report •
  • of, 147
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • Sclayn Bridge, Belgium, Use of Prestressed- Concrete for, 707*
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • — Iron and Steel Industry in, 567, 607
  • — Mining Institute of. See Mining
  • — North, Hydro-Electric Board, Fannich
  • Scheme, 65*, 129* ; Annual Report, 123 ,- Plant for, 185*; Electrical Aspects of Modem Development, 276, 313*
  • — Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, i
  • 270, 302, 334, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 812. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Rural Electrification in, 276, 313*
  • — South-Eastern, Scientific Survey of (Re
  • view), 644
  • Scott, Sir G. G., Bankside Power Station, 624* Scottish Seaweed Research Association, Annual Report, 108
  • Scrap, European Needs for, 74,179
  • — Iron and Steel, Increased Prices for, 275
  • — Reclamation and Metal Economics, 553, 596
  • — Steel European Needs for, 74,179
  • Screens, Aluminium-Backed for Cathode-Ray Tubes, 63
  • — Shaft, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65* Screws, Bolts, Nuts and Washers, B.A., Specification, 47
  • Nuts and Washers, Hexagon, Specification, 440
  • — Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics
  • — Threads, Gauging and Measuring, Report
  • on, 369
  • Sea. Safety of Life at, International Convention for, 1952, 788
  • “ Sea Venom 20 ” Aircraft, 354*
  • Sea-Water Magnesia Manufacture, Prestressed- Concrete Tanks for, 235*
  • Piping, Corrosion-Resisting Alloys for, 422
  •  ?— Weed Research Association, Scottish; Annual Report, 108
  • Seaboard, Koppers, Process for Sulphur Re-' covery, 181
  • Seals, Reciprocating, Low-Pressure, for hydraulic Control Valves, 787
  • Seaman, M., on Training in Two Crafts, 596. See 568
  • Seaplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Secondary Battery. See Accumulator under Electric; also Motor Vehicles; Motor Trucks
  • Seed Drill and Fertiliser Distributor, Combine (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 21*
  • Seeder, Precision (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 22* Segregates in Nickel and Nickel-Vanadium Steels, Properties of, 778
  • Seifert, H. S„ on Heat Transfer in Rocket Power Plants, 341
  • Self-Changing Gear Co., Ltd., Reverse- Reduction Gearbox for Motor Launch, 496*
  • Selson, F. M., the Late, 646
  • Semar, H. W., on Higher Steam Conditions for Ships’ Machinery, 17, 86
  • Sentinel (Shrewsbury), Ltd., 240-b.h.p. Four- Cylinder Diesel Engine, 405*
  • Separator, Centrifugal, for Turbine Lubricating Oil (Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd.), 294*
  • — Magnetic, Franz Isodynamic, for Ores, 371 Service Aviation. See Aeronautics Serviette, Paper, Machine for Making (R.
  • Giebeler), 39*
  • Servo Mechanisms, Electrical, 825
  • Severn River, Castle Bridge over, at Shrewsbury, 780*
  • Sewage Disposal, and Public Health, 6
  • — Effluents and River Pollution, 498
  • — Disposal and Sewerage, 233
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, 233
  • Shaft Coupling. See Coupling
  • — Crank. See Crankshaft
  • — Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
  • — Gate, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65*
  • — Grooved, Maximum Torsional Stress in, 436.
  • See LEITER, 531*
  • — Screen, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65* Shafting, Marine Propeller, Stresses in
  • Measurement of, 18, 228
  • Shaping Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Shaw, J., and Sons (Salford), Ltd., Hydraulic Press for Peat, 824*
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools Shearman, J„ on British Mechanical Road Transport Vehicles, 1851-1951, 69
  • Sheet Mill, Cold-Reduction, Pittsburg, California, 769*
  • — Piling, Cantilever, in Cohesionless Soil,
  • Investigation on, 316*
  • — Rolling, Continuous Gauge Control in, 563 Sheeting and Film, Polyvinyl-Chloride, Flexible, Specification, 603
  • Sheffield, Hadfields, Ltd., Heavy Forge Shop, 595, 616*
  • — University Appointments of Sorby Research
  • Fellow, 139
  • Shell, Cylindrical, Vibrations of. Investigaticn on, 410*
  • Shell Petroleum Co., Ltd., 25-ton Motor Lorry with Loading Winch, 301*; Gas-Turbine Alternator for M.S. “ Auris,” 307; “ Dorset ” Tank Fuelling Lorry, 577*
  • Shenstone, B. S., on Engineering Problems in Aircraft Operation, 341
  • Shepheard, R. B., on Ships’ Structures, A Century of Progress, 25*, 192. See 10. See Erratum, 90
  • Shih, Dr. S. H., on Critical Reynolds Numbers for Steady and Pulsating Flow, 389* Shinfield Field Research Station, Rural Electrification Investigations at, 615*
  • Ship, Cargo, Using Oil Fuel, Fire Prevention in, 279
  • — — Training and Research, Combined,
  • Design of, 18, 199
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics,
  • 147, 564
  • — Construction, Prefabrication in, 18, 200
  • — Diesel-Engined. See Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • — Festival Exhibition, “ Campania,” 266
  • — Launching. See Launching
  • — Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 755
  • — Main Longitudinal Stresses in, 469
  • — Model Experiments. See Tank Experi
  • ments
  • — Motions, Investigations on, 17, 165
  • — Motor. See Motorships; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Small, High-Speed (Review), 179
  • — Structures, A Century of Progress, 10, 25*,
  • 192. See Erratum, 90
  • — Window Manufacture by Bull’s Metal and
  • Melloid Co., Ltd., 717*
  • — See also Marine ; Motorships ; Shipping ;
  • Steamers ; W ar ships ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast
  •  ? in Scotland, Institution of. See
  • Engineers
  • Shipbuilding, Application of Aluminium Alloys to (Birmabright, Ltd.), 265
  • — A Century of Progress, 10, 25*, 192. See
  • Erratum, 90
  • — Cleavage Fracture of Steel Ship Plates,
  • Investigations on, 690. See also Plate Steel
  • — Combined Cargo, Training and Research
  • Ships, Design of, 18, 199
  • — Dredger for Thames Conservancy, 810*
  • —- Exhibits at Exhibition of Industrial Power, Glasgow, 167
  • —• S.S. “ Kenya,” 393*, 438*
  • — Launch of S.S. “World Unity,” 500
  • — Launches and Trial Trips, 15, 47, 96, 128,
  • 160, 175, 207, 239, 288, 330, 395 (See Erratum, 566), 431, 500, 511, 544, 608, 640, 704, 800
  • — Main Longitudinal Stresses in Ships, 469
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry,” 139*
  • — 28,000-ton Oil Tankers for Anglo-Saxon
  • Petroleum Co., Ltd., 641*
  • — Prefabrication in, 18, 200
  • — Repairs to United States Ships in Pacific,
  • 18, 227
  • — S.S. “ Rhodesia Castle,” 587*
  • — Single-Screw Cargo, M.S. “ Ciudad de
  • Medellin,” 127*
  • — Single-Screw Cargo, Danish, M.S. “Nicoline”
  • Maersk,” 171*
  • — Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Statis
  • tics, 147, 564
  • — — Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 755
  • — Yard, Clydebank, Centenary of, 817
  • — See also Steamers ; Naval; Warships and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipping, International Cargo-Handling Coordination Committee, Proposed Formation, 467
  • Shipyard. See Shipbuilding Yard
  • Shock, Journey, Recorder (Printing, Packaging and Allied Trades Research Association),10*
  • — Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Shop Management. See Works Management
  • Shoreham-by-Sea, Cement Works at, 97*
  • Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd., SA-4 Bomber Aircraft, 342*
  • — Circuit Testing Authorities, Association of,
  • Booklets by, 139
  • Short, H. G., on High-Purity Iron and Iron Alloys, 777
  • Show. See Exhibition
  • Shrewsbury, Castle Bridge over River Severn 780*
  • Sidery, A. J., on Conservation of Metals, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous, 553. See 596 Siemens-Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 10-kV Air-Operated Seam Welder, 361*
  • Sieving, Mechanical Vibrator for, 429*
  • Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd., Vertical Mechanical Comparator, 85*; Inspection Machines, 464*
  • Sigmund Pumps, Ltd., Gateshead Factory of, 652*
  • Signalling, Railway, Alternating-Current Relays for, Specification, 207
  • Electric, History and Development, 19 Silica, Molecular Structure of, 570*
  • Silt Deposits and Soil Erosion in Reservoirs, 213, 254
  • — Deposition in Thames Estuary, Investiga
  • tion on,498
  • “ Silver Streak ” Short Biplane, 1921, 537*
  • Simon Engineering Group, Research and Development Centre, 19, 75*
  • Simplex Dairy Equipment Co., Ltd., “ Universal ” Portable Milking Machine, 757*; “ Downham-Simplex ” Animal Spraying Tunnel, 757*
  • Sims, R. B„ on Continuous Gauge Control on Sheet and Strip Rolling, 563
  • Sinclair, A., the Late, 644
  • Sir John Cass College, Evening Courses, 271,766 Skin Friction. See .FncZioa; Hydrodynamics Slack and Parr, Ltd., Variable-Pitch Reversing Marine Propeller, 359
  • Slip Bands in Metals, Origin and Meaning of, 503
  • — Dislocations in Metal Crystals, 277, 332 S.L.M. Twin-Engine Marine Gearbox, 294* Sludge; See Sewage
  • Sluice Gates, “ Birmabright,” for River Thames Weirs, 592*
  • Slurry, Coal, Utilisation of, 189, 214
  • — Plant, Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea,
  • 98*
  • Small, Prof. J., on University of Glasgow Post- Graduate Course in Applied Thermodynamics, 53. See LETTER, 83
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smidth, F. L., and Co., Ltd., “ Fluxo” Packing Machine, 100*
  • Smith, Prof. C. A. M. the Late, 212
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on Locke, Stephenson and Brunel, 692. See 595, 599*, 633*
  • Smith, G. G., the Late, 20
  • Smith, T., and Son (Rodley), Ltd., “Super- Ten ” Excavator, 166
  • Smithfield Show and Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, Earl’s Court, 673*. 713*, 757* 777
  • Smoke Abatement Society, National, Blackpool Conference, Programme, 371, 430. See LETTER, 564
  • — Elimination for Lancashire Boilers, 505*
  • — Extraction Unit for Fire Fighting (Woods of
  • Colchester, Ltd.), 602*
  • Smyth, E. W., the Late, 817
  • “ Snarler ” Rocket Motor, 353*
  • Soag Machinery Co., 42-in. Paper Guillotine, 39*
  • Soaps, Methods of Analysis of, Specification, 207
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. See Motor
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Jnstifutfows
  • — Trade. See Labour; Labour Notes;
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Soda, Caustic, Wash Process for Sulphur Recovery, 182
  • Soete, Prof. W., on Stress and Brittle Fracture, 723, 745
  • Soil, Cohesionless, Cantilever Sheet Piling in, Investigation on, 316*
  • — Erosion and' Silt Deposits in Reservoirs,
  • 213, 254
  • — Mechanics Investigations by Building
  • Research Board, 786
  • Soil Mechanics, Ltd., Reclamation Work at Southampton, 737*
  • — Size-Distribution Analyses, Mechanical
  • Sieving for, 429*
  • Solar Observations at Royal Observatories, 310 Solids, Friction and Lubrication of (Review), 164
  • — Non-Metallic, Friction and Surface Damage
  • to 694, 724, 797
  • Solidification of Non-Ferrous Metal Alloys, Mode of, in Sand Castings, 422
  • Solus-Schall, Ltd., 140-kV Mobile X-Ray Equipment, 326*
  • Sorby Research Fellow, Dr. B. A. Bilby appointed at Sheffield University, 139
  • Sound-Resisting Cabin, M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 122*
  • — Transmitter, Holme Moss B.B.C. Television
  • Station, 459*
  • Sounding, Echo, Equipment (Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 167
  • — — Equipment (Submarine Signal Co.
  • (London), Ltd.), 290
  • South Africa Electricity Supply Commission, Annual Report, 242
  • — Kensington, Science Museum, Festival
  • Exhibition of Science at, 247; Willans Exhibition at, 685. See 598
  • — West England and South Wales, Notes
  • from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 270, 302, 334, -398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 812. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Yorkshire, Notes from. See Lancashire and
  • South Yorkshire
  • Southampton Harbour Board, Dredging and Reclamation Work, 737*
  • Southend-on-Sea, MarineRadar'School, 255* Southern Instruments, Ltd., Automatic Developer for Dev»>oping Oscillograms, 43
  • Space and Numbers (Review), 419
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standards; Standardisation
  • Spectrophotometer and “ Physical Eye ” Colorimeter (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 105*
  • Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing;
  • Marine Propulsion
  • — Regulation. See also Governing
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • Spencer and Halstead, Ltd., Welding-Fume Extractor, 327*
  • Spencer, K. A., on Cathodic Protection of Buried Steel Structures, 786
  • Spillway Construction for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 254
  • Spray Boom, “ Nodrif ” (Pest Control, Ltd.), 73*
  • Sprayer, Crop, Tractor-Mounted (E. Allman and Co., Ltd.), 714*
  • Spraying Tunnel, Animal, “ Downham- Simplex ” (Simplex Dairy Equipment Co., Ltd.), 757*
  • Spreader, Manure (Atkinson’s Agricultural Appliances- Ltd.), 74*
  • Stability of Aeroplane. See Aeronautics Stack, J., on Experimental Methods for Transonic Research, 359
  • Staines, Causeway Works, Petters, Ltd., 747* Stanchions. See (7oZw»ms ; Struts
  • Standards, British, Fifty Years of, 1901-1951 _ (Review), 101
  • — Components for Jigs and Fixtures (J. B.
  • Purefoy Unit Tooling, Ltd.), 287*
  • — Institution, British, Approved Procedure
  • for. Electrical Equipment for Canadian Market, 275; Codes of Practice for Portable Fire Extinguishers, 671; for Sound and Television Broadcast Reception, 671; for Gas-Fired Boilers for Central Heating by Hot Water, 207; for Arc- Welded Construction, 512 ; for Electrical Fire Alarms, 527; for Copper Coverings for Roofs, 736. Glossary of Terms in Plastics Industry, 440
  • British, Specification, Motors for Battery- Operated Road Vehicles and Industrial Trucks, 15; Enamelled Round Copper Wire, 15; B.A. Screws, Bolts, Nuts and Washers, 47; Woven Asbestos Binding Tape for Electrical Purposes, 47 ; Flanged Cast-Iron Gate Valves for Petroleum Industry, 79; Cast-Iron Smooth-Tube Economisers with Pressed-Socket Joints, 79; Filling Ratios for Liquefiable Gases, 79; Micrometer Items, 207; Bevel Mechanical and Optical Protractors, 207 ; Alternating-Current Relays for Railway- Signalling, 207 ; Methods for Analysis of Soaps, 207; Methods for Testing and Sampling Mineral Aggregates, Sands and Fillers. 239; Power-Driven Derrick Cranes, 271; Power-Driven Mobile Cranes, 271; Hexagon Bolts, Screws, Nuts and Washers, 440 ; Carbon-Steel Castings for Surface Hardening, 440; Knurling Wheels, 440; Road Stone and Chippings, 440; Identification Scheme for Aircraft Pipelines, 458; Galvanised-Steel Cisterns, Tanks and Cylinders, 512; Hose Couplings, 512; Wrought Aluminium-Alloy Forgings and Plate, 512 ; Steam Turbines, 512; Pipe Flanges for Use on Internal- Combustion Engines, 527 ; Portable Fire Extinguishers, 527; Flexible Polyvinyl- Chloride Film and Sheeting, 603; Steel Tubes for Mechanical, Structural and General Engineering Purposes, 603; Single-Bucket Excavators, 603 ; Atmospheric Pollution Deposit Gauges, 671 ?; Jointing Materials for Water, Town Gas, and Low-Pressure Steam Installations 671.; Bronze Welding by Gas, 671; Fireclay Refractories for Petroleum Industry, 736 ; Physical Tests of Raw Rubber, 736 ; Method for Analysis of Tin in Ferro-Tungsten and Tungsten Metal, 736 ; Screwing Taps, 736
  • British, Use of Specifications Abroad, 788
  • — of Living, Food, Population and Industry,
  • 593. See LETTER, 692
  • — — and Work Consciousness, 721
  • Standard Oil Co. Ferrox Process for Sulphur Recovery, 181
  • — Physical, Investigations in Australia, 566,
  • 613
  • Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., ElectroGas Heating Equipment, 362* ; Coaxial
  • • Cables for Holme Moss. Television Station, 460
  • Standardisation of Internal-Combustion Engines for Services, 700
  • Stanic Company, Italy, Oil-Refinery Plant of, 108*
  • Stanley, W. F„ and Co., Ltd., Navigational Equipment, 289
  • Starkey versus Railway Executive, 787 Starter, Cartridge, for “ Nene ” Turbo-Jet
  • Engine (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 819* -— Motor. See Motors, Electric Startrite Engineering Co., Ltd., Bench and
  • Floor Drilling Machines, 827* State-Owned Industries and Legal Aid, 787
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • Station, Paddington, Work of I. K. Brunel on, 633*. See LETTER, 692
  • — Power. See Power Stations
  • Statistics of Iron and Steel Industries of Overseas Countries, 1949, 529
  • and Steel Industry of United Kingdom, 1950, 529
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Stator for 13,333-kVA Alternator, 130* Steam Boats. See Steamers
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Conditions, Higher, for Ships’ Machinery,
  • 17, 86
  • — Cycles in Power Stations, 509
  • — Condensation. See ContZensaZton
  • — Consumption. See Trials ; Coal Consump
  • tion
  • — for District Heating of Housing Estates
  • Steam Engines. See Engines
  • — High-Pressure and Temperature, Use in
  • Ships, 17, 86
  • — Installations, Low-Pressure, in Buildings,
  • Jointing Materials for, Specification, 671
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • — Turbines. See Turbines
  • Steamers, under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics’, 147, 564
  • — Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propul
  • sion
  • — Experiments of de Jouffroy d’Abbans, 679*
  • — Geared Turbines for. See Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — “ Great Eastern,” Construction of, 11, 25*
  • — “ Kenya,” Twin-Screw Passenger and
  • Cargo, 82, 393*, 438*
  • — Launchingof. See Launching
  • — Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 755
  • — Oil-Tank, “World Unity,” Launch of, 500
  • — -— Tank. See also Oil Tankers
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers
  • — “ Rhodesia Castle,” Passenger and Cargo,
  • Union-Castle Line, 587*
  • — “Velutina,” “ Verena,” “Volsella” and
  • “ Velletia,” 641*
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships; Turbines ; Warships ; " PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Steamships. See Ships ; Steamers ; Warships Steel, Alloy, Developments and Properties of, 277, 343, 378. See LETTER, 371
  • — Bars for Reinforced Concrete, Stresses in,
  • 755
  • — Brittleness in, Due to Phosphorus and
  • Nitrogen, 502*, 540*. See' also Plate
  • — Carbon, Rationing of, 243
  • Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., Opening of
  • Abbey Works, 82* ; Welding Machine for Steel Strip, 820*
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Fatigue of. See. Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Kwraaces
  • — Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — Hot-workability of, Effect of Non-Metallic
  • Inclusions in, 372
  • — Martensitic, Transformation in Tempering
  • of, 779
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs;
  • Metallography
  • — Mild, Notch-Bar Testing, in Relation to
  • Welded Construction, 670, 723, 745, 796 Steel, M. N„ on Factors Influencing Road
  • Wear of Tyres, 791, 818
  • — Molybdenum, Intergranular Cracking in
  • Under Tension, 30*
  • — Nickel-Alloy, Mechanical Properties of. 215*
  • — — and Nickel-Vanadium, Properties of
  • Segregates in, 778
  • — Pipe; Welded, Heat Treatment of, 125*,
  • 157*, 191*
  • — Plates in Ships, Fracture of, 10, 192. See
  • also Plate
  • — Production and Consumption in World, 519
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Scrap, European Needs for, 74, 179
  • — Sheet and Strip, Cold-Reduction Mill for,
  • 769*
  • — Ship Plates, Fracture Cleavage of, Investi
  • gations on, 690. See also Plate
  • — for Shipbuilding, 25. See Erratum, 90
  • — Stress Distribution in. See Stress; Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Structures, Buried, Protection of, 786
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Tubes, Buried, Corrosion of, 786
  • for Mechanical, Structural and General
  • Engineering Purposes, Specification, 603
  • — Works. See Works
  • Steelwork, Structural, Arc-Welded, Standard
  • Code of Practice, 512
  • Stephen, A., and Sons, Ltd., M.S. “Cornwall,”
  • Gearbox for Twin Diesel Engines, 631* Stephenson Building, King’s College, Newcastle- upon-Tyne, 681*, 691. See LETTER, 817 Stereoptics : An Introduction (Review), 740 Stewartby, Research Laboratories of London Brick Co., 55
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., 200-h.p. Diesel-
  • Hydraulic Shunting Locomotive, 95*
  • Stiehler, Dr. R. D., on Factors Influencing
  • Road Wear of Tyres, 791, 818
  • Stock, R. V. W., Sluice Gates of “ Birmabright ” Light Alloy, 592*
  • Stockings, Packaging Machine for (Strachan and Henshaw, Ltd.), 93*
  • Stockport, Cheadle Heath, Simon Engineering Group, Research and Development Centre, 19, 75*
  • Stockton-on-Tees New Factory, Power Gas Corporation, 267
  • Stoke-on-Trent, Whieldon Works, Doulton and Co., Ltd., 670*
  • Stoker, Mechanical, for High-Ash Coal, 188, 189, 214. See LETTER, 276
  • Stoker, W. R., on Inhibited Transformer Oil, 819
  • Stones and Chippings, Road, Specification, 440 Stone, H. E. N., on High-Purity Iron and Iron
  • Alloys, 777
  • Storage Battery. See Accumulator under
  • Electric ; Motor Vehicles; Motor Trucks
  • — Tanks, Prestressed-Concrete, for Seawater
  • Magnesia Manufacture, 235*
  • Stout, E. G., on High-Speed Hydrodynamic Development, 441*, 478*. See 341
  • Strachan and Henshaw, Ltd., Packaging Machine for Stockings, 93*
  • Strain Gauge, Use in Marine Shafting, 18, 228
  • — See also Stress
  • Stratton and Co., Ltd., Radio Receiverfor Sailors,
  • 290
  • Straub, Prof. F. G., Degassing Condenser, 361* Stream-Line Filters, Ltd., Filter for Used Lubricating Oil, 261*
  • Street, Dr. B. G., on Crystal Structure of Graphite in Cast Iron, 695
  • — Lighting, Ministry of Transport’s Circular,
  • 435
  • — See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Stresses in Aircraft Turbines, Measurement of, 761*
  • — Alternating and Combined. See Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Analysis, Experimental, Society for, Mea
  • surement of Turbine Stresses in Aircraft Engines in Laboratory, on Test Bed and in Flight, by D. A. Drew, 761*
  • of Multi-Bay Single-Storey Frameworks, 772*, 804*
  • — Corrosion in Welded Pipelines, 158*
  • — in Ingot Moulds, Symposium on, 710, 741
  • — Main Longitudinal, in Ships, 469
  • — in Marine Propellers and Propeller Shafting,
  • 18, 228
  • — in Motor Vehicle Structures, 716*
  • — in Overhead-Line Cables, 61*
  • — in Prestressed-Concrete Structures, 676*.
  • 707*
  • — Repetitions. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — in Ships’ Structures, 28*, 199
  • — in Steel Bars for Reinforced Concrete, 755
  • — Torsional, Maximum, in Grooved Shafts,
  • 436. See LETTER, 531*
  • — Uniformly Increasing, Effect on Steel, 540* Stressed Concrete Design, Ltd., Prestressing
  • Equipment for Concrete Tanks, 235*
  • Stringer, J., on Ingot-Mould Temperature Measurement, 741
  • Strip Mill, Cold-Reduction, Pittsburg, California, 769*
  • — Rolling, Continuous Gauge Control in, 563 Strobich, M„ on Effect of Inclusions on Workability of Steel, 372
  • Structural Design of Aeroplanes. See Aeroplanes under Aeronautics
  • — Members, Thin-Walled, Behaviour in Com
  • pression, 281*
  • — Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • Structures, Aluminium-Alloy, Welding and
  • Riveting of, 627
  • — Concrete, and Corrosion, 775*
  • — Prismatic, Design of (Review), 451
  • — Reinforced-Concrete. See CowcreZe, Rein
  • forced
  • — Single-Storey Multi-Bay, Elastic Stress
  • Analysis of, 772*, 804*
  • — Statically-Indeterminate', Prestressed-Con
  • crete, Symposium on, 676*, 707*
  • Struts, Critical Loads of, Determination, 629, 788
  • — Thin-Walled, Behaviour in Compression,
  • 281*
  • — See also Columns
  • Stuart Lecture on Properties of Combustion Gases, 347*, 379*
  • Stubbs, R. L., on World Supply of Non-Ferrous
  • Metals, 702*, 732*. See 519 Submarine Boats. See TFarsArps Submarine Cables, Ltd., Submarine Telephone
  • Cable, Holland-Denmark, 435
  • Submarine Signal Co. (London), Ltd., Echo-
  • Sounding Equipment, 290
  • — Telegraphs. See Telegraphy
  • Substation, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 387
  • — 33-kV Metalclad Switchgear for (Metropoli
  • tan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 331*
  • — Remote and Supervisory Control of, 699
  • — for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50
  • Cycles, 499, 521*, 545*
  • Sucksmith, Prof. W., on Magnetic Analysis of Iron-Carbon Alloys, 779
  • Sugar Manufacture, Early History of, 91
  • — Massecuite, Raw, Pump for (Comet Pump
  • and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 297*
  • Sulphur Compounds, Removal from Industrial Gases, 180
  • — Dioxide Emission from Power Stations, 113
  • — in Flue Gases, Investigations by Fuel Re
  • search Board, 657
  • — in Flue Gases, Recovery of, 36
  • — in Flue Gases, Recovery of, Model of Plant
  • for, 289
  • — in Flue Gases, Recovery of, Pilot Plant for,
  • 507*
  • — in Gas, Town, Report on Removal, 667*
  • — in Marine Oil Fuels, Effect of, 136
  • — Production and Consumption of, 628
  • — Removal from Town Gas, Report on, 667* Sulphuric Acid Manufacture, Early History of,
  • 91
  • Sun. See Solar
  • Sunbury Research Station, “ Sunbury ” Drill Dynamometer, 487*
  • “ Suparide ” Sprung Fork for Motor Cycles, 649 “ Super-Ten ” Excavator, 166
  • Supercharging of Diesel Engines, Investigations in, 525
  • Supermarine “ Swift ” Fighter Aircraft, 343* ; Supermarine 508 Naval Fighter Aircraft, 343*
  • " Superpoise ” 2-3 ton Motor Vehicle, 124*
  • Supersonic Flaw Detector (Kelvin and Hughes (Industrial), Ltd.), 296*
  • Supply, Ministry of, House of Commons Statement on Atomic Power for Industry, 51; Iron and Steel Consumers’ Council, 148; Increased Prices for Iron and Steel, 211; Prestressed-Concrete Tanks at Hartlepool, 235* ; Rationing of Carbon Steel, 243 ; Prices of Iron and Steel Scrap, 275 ; Statistics of Production and Consumption of Sulphur, 628 ; Standardisation of Internal- Combustion Engines for Services, 700
  • Surf ace'Condensers. See Condensers
  • — Damage and Friction of Non-Metallic
  • Solids, 694, 724, 797
  • — Finish, Methods of Examination, 649*
  • — Measuring Machine, “ Talysurf ” (Taylor,
  • Taylor and Hobson, Ltd.), 85*
  • Surge Shaft, Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 66*
  • Surrey Iron Railway, Visit of Newcomen Society, 435
  • Survey, Scientific, of South-Eastern Scotland (Review), 644
  • Surveying Instruments, Precision (Hilger and Watts, Ltd.), 105
  • Sutcliffe, R„ Ltd., Tail-Ends for Coal Conveyors, 34*
  • Sutton, Dr. H., on Conservation of Metals, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous, 553. See 596
  • Svenska Aluminiumkompaniet, Cable Holders for Power-Transmission Lines, 61*
  • Sweeney, Dr. D. C., on Preliminary Investigation of Hydraulic Lock, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • Swift, Prof. H. W., on Cup-Drawing from Flat Blanks, 723
  • “ Swift ” Supermarine Fighter Aircraft, 343* Switches, Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric Switchgear, Accidents with, 497
  • — Air-Break, 600-Volt (General Electric Co.,
  • Ltd.), 511*
  • — Circuit-Breaker, 750-MVA 66-kV (Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd.), 134*
  • — Breaker, 2,500-MVA 132-kV (A. ReyroUe and Co., Ltd.), 133*
  • Breaker, 3,500 MVA, 165-kV (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 134
  • Breaker, Air-Blast, Arc Form'and Movementin, 711*, 743*
  • Breaker, Air-Blast, Experimental, 586* Breakers, Air-Blast, High-Voltage, Development of, 417*. See Erratum, 488
  • — — Breaker, Air-Break, 650-Volt 2,000-Amp.
  • (Dorman and Smith, Ltd.), 264*
  • Breaker, Oil, “ Bantam ” (G. Ellison), 265
  • TAGUS, RIVER, Portugal, Road Bridge over, 801*
  • Tail-Ends for Coal Conveyors (R. Sutcliffe, Ltd.), 34*
  • “ Talysurf ” Surface Measuring Machine, 85*
  • Tamar, River, Royal Albert Bridge Over, Construction of, 633*
  • Tangential Water Wheels. See Pelton Wheels Tanks, Ballast, for Ships, Introduction of, 26
  • — for “ Dorset ” Fuelling Lorry, 577*
  • — Experimental, Ship, International Conference of Superintendents, Washington, 437
  • Ship Motions, Investigations on, 17, 165
  • — Galvanised-Steel, Specification, 512
  • — for Liquids, Concrete, Anti-Corrosion Treatment of, 775*
  • — Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Oil-Storage, Concrete, 108*
  • — Prestressed-Concrete, Palliser Works, Hartlepool, 235*
  • — Quenching. Heavy Forge Shop, Hadfields,
  • Ltd., 616*
  • — Reservoir, Concrete, Prestressed by “Pre
  • load ” System, 396*
  • — Ships, Motor. See Motorships; Oil Tankers
  • — Steamers. See Steamers; Oil Tankers Tap, Screwing, Specification, 736
  • Tape, Binding, for Electrical Purposes, Woven Asbestos, Specification, 47
  • Tar Production by Gas Works, 753
  • Tarpen Engineering Co., Ltd., Air Jet and Priming Unit for Concrete Road Joints, 368*
  • Taylor, Dr. A. A., on Use of High-Ash Coals in Electricity-Supply Industry; 188. See 214 Taylor, Dr. D., on Electronic Instrumentation of Nucleonics, 63
  • Taylor, Dr. H. G., on Arc Welding of Thick Aluminium-Alloy Plate, 627
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., “Talysurf” Surface Measuring Machine, 85*
  • Taylor Woodrow Construction, Ltd., West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 76* : Prestressed-Concrete Footbridge at Shrewsbury, 780*
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Education
  • — Personnel Committee, Reconstitution of, 147 —= Societies. See Institutions and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — Writing, Scheme for Encouragement of, 627 Technological Education, Need for Extension
  • of, 241
  • Technology and Science, British Contribution to, 177,182, 212
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telecommunications Principles (Review). 6
  • — 100 Years’ Progress in, 71
  • — Research at Dollis Hill Research Station, 428 Telegraph Condenser Co., Ltd., Automatic
  • Condenser-Sorting Equipment, 312*
  • Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co., Ltd., Plastic-Sheath Telephone Cable, 223 ; Transmission Feeders at Holme Moss Television Station, 235; Coaxial Cables for Holme Moss Television Station, 460
  • Telegraphy, 100 Years’ Progress in, 71
  • — Submarine, Cross-Channel, Centenary of, 403
  • — Wireless, Early History of, 220
  • — — Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating
  • Systems (Review), 132
  • — — See also Radar; Radio ; Television
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telephone Cables, Plastic-Sheath, in Denmark,
  • 223
  • Submarine, Holland-Denmark, 435 Submarine, Newfoundland to Nova
  • Scotia, Repeaters for. 428
  • Telephony, Wireless. Radar; Radio; Television
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telescope, 100-in., for Isaac Newton Observatory, Progress with, 310
  • — 74-in. Reflecting (Sir H. Grubb, Parsons &
  • Co., Ltd;), 246
  • — at Royal Observatories, 309
  • Television Apparatus at National Radio Show, 159, 275, 310
  • — at British Association Meeting, 177, 203
  • — British Broadcasting Corporation, Annual
  • Report, 370
  • — Convention, 1952, Programme, 371; British
  • Contribution to, 755
  • — Early History of, 220
  • — Equipment, Underwater, in Search for H.M.
  • Submarine “ Affray,” 765*
  • — Service, British, Development of, 40
  • Interference from Ignition Systems, Report on, 211
  • — and Sound Broadcast Reception, Standard
  • Code for, 671
  • — Station, Holme Moss, Transmission Feeders
  • at, 235 ; Opening of, 459*
  • — — Mobile, for Canada (Marconi’s Wireless
  • Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 638*
  • Temperature Controller, Sensitive (A. J. Amsler and Co.), 203*
  • — Detector, Magnetic (Graviner Manufacturing
  • Co., Ltd.), 671*
  • — Measurement. See Pyrometry; Thermo
  • metry
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatmentunder Metallurgy
  • Tennant, G. H., Co., Reshaping Machine for Concrete Road Joints, 368*
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials) Terminal Bushing, 275-kV (Micanite and Insulators Co., Ltd.), 134*
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Terrestrial Magnetism. See Magnetism Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • — Apparatus, Ultrasonic, for Pneumatic Tyres
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 606*
  • — of Cooling Towers, 244, 252. See LETTER,
  • 468
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — of 500-h.p. Diesel-Mechanical Locomotive,
  • 364*
  • — of Gear Teeth or Undulations, 373*
  • — 120-h.p. Graf and Stift Two-Stroke Oil
  • Engine, 1*
  • — Highly-Supercharged, 1,360-h.p. Diesel En
  • gine, 524
  • — House for Gas Turbine (W. H. Allen, Sons &
  • Co., Ltd.), 609*
  • — Lead-Sheathed Cables in Ducts, 586*

Tests (Materials) :

  • Bending Test of Cast Steel, 29
  • — and Torsional Tests, Combined, Rubber Model for, 661*
  • Compression Tests of Concrete, with Electrical-Resistance Strain Gauges, 356*. See LETTERS, 468*, 531, 596, 788
  • Crack Propagation Tests of Mild Steel, 447*. See LETTER, 371
  • Crushing Tests of Heat-Treated Concrete, 345*
  • Fatigue Fractures in Notched Tensile Tests, 445*
  • — Tests on Nickel-Alloy Steels, 215*
  • — Testing Machine, Repeated-Strain, Six Unit (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 31*
  • Hardness Diamond Penetrators, Rockwell, Precision Measurement of, 89*; See LETTERS, 180*, 404
  • — Tests, Brinell, of Welds in Pipelines,125* on Metals (Review), 740
  • Rockwell, Analysis of, 57*
  • Impact Tests, Charpy V-Notch, of Ship Plates, 690
  • of High-Purity Iron and Iron Alloys, 777
  • — — Notch-Bar, of Steel Plates, 723, 745,
  • 796
  • Notch-Bar, in Relation to Welded . Construction, 670, 723, 745, 796
  • — — of Plastics, 701
  • — — on Steel, Effect of Notch Radius on,
  • 540*
  • on Welds in Aluminium Bronze, 443* of Welds in Pipelines, 125* Mechanical Tests of Australian Timbers, 565
  • Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Physical Tests for Raw Rubber. Specification, 736
  • Relaxation Tests on Cast Iron, 741
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See
  • Tensile Tests of Concrete, with Electrical- Resistance Strain Gauges, 356*. See LETTERS, 468*, 531, 596, 788
  • of Forged Steel, 29
  • on Heat-Treated Aluminium-Cop- per-Cadmium Alloys, 455
  • of High-Purity Iron and Iron Alloys, 777
  • on Nickel-Alloy Steels, 215*
  • Notched of Mild Steel, 278, 445*. See LETTER, 371
  • Testing Machine for Crack-Propagation Test, 446*
  • Deadweight, for Rockwell Hardness Tests, 57*
  • Fatigue, Repeated-Strain, Six-Unit (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 31*
  • E. Hodgkinson (1840) for Cast-Iron Columns, 30*
  • Universal (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 260*
  • Tests of 33-kV Metalclad Switchgear for Substations, 331*
  • — Performance, of Recuperative Heat Ex
  • changers for Gas Turbines, 449*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete Piles under Tension,
  • 421*
  • — Short-Circuit, of High-Voltage Air-Blast
  • Circuit Breakers, 418. See Errata, 488
  • Tests, Tractive Resistance of Trolley ’Buses, 256*
  • — for Transformer Oils, 819
  • Tester, Gas-Content, Light-Alloy Melt (W. Edwards and Co. (London), Ltd.), 10*
  • Testing Authorities, Short-Circuit, Association of, Booklets by, 139
  • — Boiler and Turbine, 17, 116, 285, 299, 349*,
  • 382*. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • — Equipment for Moulding Sands (Ridsdale &
  • Co., Ltd.), 289
  • — Laboratory. See Laboratory and National
  • Physical
  • — Machine, Deadweight, for Rockwell Hard
  • ness Tests, 57*
  • (E. Hodgkinson’s, 1840) for Cast-Iron Columns, 30*
  • — — Impact, for Plastics, 701
  • Universal (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 260* See also Tests (Materials)
  • — Materials, American Society for, Impact
  • Test for Miniature Plastic Specimens, by H. W. Woodham, M. G. Wirick and W. H. Markwood, 701
  • — Notch-Bar, in Relation to Welded Con
  • struction, Symposium on, 670, 723, 745, 796
  • — Plant for Turbo-Alternators and Motors,
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • — See also Tests-(.Materials),- Trials Text-Books. See LITERATURE INDEX Textiles, Abrasion and Wear of, 725 Thames Conservancy, Sluice Gates of “ Birmabright ” Light Alloy, 59.2* J Bucket Dredger for Upper Thames, 810*
  • — Estuary, Investigation on Silt Deposits, 498
  • — River. Weirs, “ Birmabright ” Sluice Gates
  • for 592*
  • Theodolite, Cin6, Use in M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 153*
  • Thermal Efficiency in Electric Power Stations, 508
  • Graf and Stift Two-Stroke Oil Engine, 1* of Power Stations, 637
  • — Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • Thermionic Valves. See Radio Thermocouple. See Pyrometer Thermodynamics, Chemical (Review), 675
  • — Early Work on, 219
  • — and Heat (Review), 388
  • Thermodynamic Properties of Gases of Combustion Processes, 347*, 379*
  • Thermometrical Investigations in Australia, 566 Thermometry. See also Pyrometry
  • Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., Tanks and Pumping Equipment for Fuelling Lorry, 577*
  • Thompson, C. N., on Inhibited Transformer Oil, 819
  • Thompson, Prof. F. C., on Friction in Wire Drawing, 454
  • Thompson, J., Water Tube Boilers, Ltd., Boiler Plant, West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77*
  • Thompson, Sir R. N., the Late; 430
  • Thornton, B. M., on Unsolved Problems in Civil Engineering, 19. See LETTER, 83
  • Thornton Hall Branch of Fuel Research Station, 477, 505*
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Diesel-Engined 50-ft. General Service Launch, 496*; 53-ft. Motor Survey Launch for, 798*
  • Thorpe Brothers (Bessborough Works), Ltd., Aluminium-Alloy Barge, 259*
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Thrust Bearing. See Bearing
  • — Measuring Equipment, M.S. “ Lucy Ash
  • ton,” 153*
  • — of Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics Thylox, Hoppers, Process for Sulphur Recovery
  • 181 .
  • T.I. Aluminium, Ltd., Aluminium-Alloy Barge, 259*
  • Tiberias, Lake, and Jordan Valley Irrigation Schemes, 481*
  • Tidal Variations in Aberdeen Harbour, 283* Timber Investigations in Australia, 565. See Erratum, 603
  • Time Service at Royal Observatories, 310 Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Economics of, 520, 554, 702*, 732*
  • — in Ferro-Tungsten and Tungsten Metal,
  • Method of Analysis, 736
  • — Plate Production by Columbia Steel Co.,
  • California, 770*
  • — World Production and Consumption of, 519,
  • 702*, 732*
  • Tinning Plant, Electrolytic, Columbia Steel Co., California, 771*
  • Tinsley (Industrial Instruments), Ltd., Differential-Pressure Meter for Open-Hearth Furnace, 10
  • Tipler, H. R., on High-Purity Iron and Iron Alloys, 777
  • Tipper, Dr. C. F., on Notch-Bar Tests in Relation to Service Performance, 723, 745, 796
  • Tipper Notched Tensile Tests of Mild Steel, 445* Titanium, Use in Aircraft, 767
  • Tobias, Dr. S. A„ on Vibrations of Elastic Bodies of Revolution, 409*. See 278
  • Tolerances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Tolmon, F. R., on Precision Measurement of Rockwell Hardness Diamond Penetrators, 89*. See LETTERS, 180*, 404
  • Tomlinson, R. C., on Sampling of Small Coal, 692*. See 452*. See LETTER, 756
  • Tools, Machine. See AfacAine Tools
  • Tooth Surfaces of Creep-Cut Helical Gears, Investigations on, 484*, 517*, 550*. 582*
  • Toothed Gear. See GearGearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Topper, Beet, Multi-Row (K. Hudson and Son), 119*
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torque Meters. See Dynamometers
  • Torsion Tests. See Tests (Materials) Torsionmeters. See Dynamometers
  • Tower, Cooling, Heat Exchange in, 244, 252. See LETTER, 468
  • — — Reinforced-Concrete, West Ham “ B ”
  • Power Station, 77*
  • — Debutaniser, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — Transmission, Foundations for, Reinforced-
  • Concrete Piles for, 420*
  • 7 275-kV, Model of (Painter Brothers, Ltd.),
  • 133*
  • — Vacuum, and Atmospheric Column, Esso
  • Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • Towler, F. H., on Investigations of Hydraulic Lock, 630. See 513*, 580*. See LETTERS, 660*, 788
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • — Water Supply to, Consumption and Waste,
  • 231
  • Townley, J. W. J., West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 76*
  • Tracers, Radioactive, Use in Industry, 63 Track Frame Assembly for “ Challenger” 50- b.h.p. Diesel-Crawler Tractor, 673*
  • — Pitching, for Motor-Vehicle Research, 716*
  • — Plotting Instrument for Aircraft, Automatic
  • (Decca Navigator Co., Ltd.), 589*
  • Trackless Trolley System—Road Traction. See Trolley ’Bus
  • “ Trackmaster” Agricultural Tractor, 53* Traction, Electric. See Railways ; Trolley ’Bus Tractive Resistance Curves for Trolley ’Buses, 256*
  • Half-Track Conversion, for (J. A. Cuthbertson, Ltd.), 54*
  • Narrow-Width (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 21*
  • 17-h.p. Petrol or Kerosene Driven, “ Monarch.” (Oak Tree Applicances, Ltd.), 758*
  • — Crawler, 30-h.p. Diesel-Engined, “ Dragon,”
  • with Rear Winch (V. Loyd and Co., Ltd.), 713*
  • Tractors (London), Ltd., 14-5-b.h.p. Petrol- Driven “ Trusty-Steed ” Agricultural Tractor, 149* ; “ Mowmeter ” Attachment for Hand Mowing Machine, 150*
  • Trade Disputes. See Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Dollar Export Board’s Report, on “ Dollars
  • and Industry,” 305
  • —- Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Export, Electrical Equipment for Canada,
  • Standards Approval Procedure, 275
  • Locomotive, 753
  • Motor Vehicles, 816
  • to United States, Dollar Exports Board Conference, 305
  • — Publications, 32, 64, 95. Ill, 159, 191, 224,
  • 256, 287, 352, 384, 448, 479, 540, 576, 638, 672, 764, 799. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Unions. See Labour and Trade Societies in
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Trailer, Tracked, Agricultural (Whitlock Brothers, Ltd.), 714*
  • Train. See Railway
  • Training. See Education
  • Transatlantic Radio Communication, 50th Anniversary, 723
  • Transfer, Heat, in Condensers of Vapour, 339 Conference on, Programme, 96, 339;
  • Dinner, 371
  • Transformation in Tempering of Martensitic Steels, 779
  • Transformer, 2,0C0-kVA 33/11/0 • 433-kV (Bruce Peebles and Co., Ltd.), 134*
  • — Arc-Welding, Single-Operator (Quasi-Arc
  • Co., Ltd.), 672*
  • — Grudie Bridge Power Plant, 131*
  • — High-Voltage, for Hydro-Electric Schemes,
  • 249
  • — Oil, Investigations on, 819
  • — Set for 250-300 Ampere Arc Welding, 324*
  • — Sheets, Silicon-Iron, Metallography and
  • Properties of, 708
  • — for Single-Phase Electric Traction at 50
  • Cycles, 499, 521*, 545*, 583*
  • — Surges on, Investigation of, 615*
  • — Temperature Indicators for, 572 Transients, Hydraulic (Review), 579 Transmission Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
  • — Electric, • Ship Propulsion. See Afarfae
  • Propulsion
  • — Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — of\Power. See Marine Propulsion; Power
  • Transmission
  • — Tower Foundations, Reinforced-concrete
  • Piles for, 420*
  • Transmitter, Pneumatic (Electroflo Meters Co., Ltd.), 105
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd., 25- ton Motor Lorry, with Loading Winch, 301*
  • — Ministry of, Notice on Prevention of Fire in
  • Cargo Ships Using Oil Fuel, 279 ; Inquiry into Railway Accident at Weedon, Northamptonshire, 403. See 430, .437 ; Circular on Street Lighting, 435 ; Report on Railway Accidents in 1950, 722; Report on Boiler Explosion at Guildford Power Station 749
  • Traughber Filter Co., Ltd., Dust-Removing Plant, 265*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Trenching by Explosives in Bed of River Neath, 567*
  • Trent, Dr. E. M., on Factors Affecting Wear on Cemented Carbide Tools, 594
  • Trials, Agricultural Tractors. See Tractors
  • — of Machinery for H.M. Ships, 116, 285, 299,
  • 349*,382* -
  • — Resistance, of M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 17, 41,
  • 121*,153*
  • — Trips and Launches, 15, 47, 96, 128, 160,
  • 175, 207, 239, 288, 330, 395 (See Erratum, 566), 431, 500, 511, 544, 608, 640, 704, 800
  • — See also Tests
  • Triebnigg, Prof. H., on Flow Processes in Combustion Chambers of Diesel Engines, 525
  • Trier Brothers, Ltd., Multi-Point Grease Lubricator, 576*
  • Triode Amplifiers in Range 100-450 Megacycles per second, 63
  • — Germanium, Developments in (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 329*. See Erratum, 490
  • Tritton, J. S., on Inspecting Engineers’ Contribution to Railway Economy, 562
  • Trolley ’Buses, Tractive Resistance Curves for, 256*
  • Trucks, Railway. See Wagons
  • — See also Bogie
  • “ Trusty-Steed ” Four-Wheel Petrol-Driven Tractors, 149*
  • Truvox Engineering Co., Ltd., versus Biddle, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Third Party, Decision on, 816
  • Tubs, Colliery, Turntable for, 416*
  • Tube, Aluminium-Bronze, for Surface Condensers, 643
  • — Dall (G. Kent, Ltd.), 43
  • — Railways. See Underground Railways;
  • London Transport Executive
  • — Rolling Mill, Welding Bead for (Asea Elec
  • tric, Ltd.), 321*
  • — Steel, Buried, Corrosion of, 786
  • for Mechanical, Structural and General Engineering Purposes, Specification, 603
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tungsten Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • — Tin in, Method of Anal y is of, 736
  • Tunnel, Box, on Great W< stern Railway, 600
  • — Construction by I. K. Brunei, 600 for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213, 254
  • — Dust, for Motor-Vehicle Research, 716*
  • — Fannich Hydro-Electric Scheme, 65*
  • — Pedestrian, under River Tyne, Opening of,
  • 115
  • — Spraying for Animals “ Downham-Simplex ”
  • (SimplexDairy Equipment Co., Ltd.). 757* Tuplin, Prof. W. A., on Post-Graduate Courses in Applied Thermodynamics, 83. See LETTER, 53; on Form of Tooth Surfaces of Creep Cut Helical Gears, 484*, 517*, 550*, 582*; on Some Unknowns in Gear Design, 789. See 734, 763
  • Turbine and Boiler Testing, 17, 116, 285, 299, 349,* 382*. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • —• Gas, for 1,000-kW Alternator for Royal Navy, 609*
  • Coal-Burning, Experiments with, 659, 728*,793*
  • — — Combination with Steam,, Turbine for
  • Power Stations, 509
  • Development of Alloys for, 277, 343, 378. See LETTER, 371
  • for Electricity and Process Heat, 601* Heat Exchangers for, 244, 252. See LETTER,468
  • Heat Exchangers for, Design of, 229*
  • Heat Exchangers for. Recuperative (Heat Exchangers, Ltd.), 449*
  • Industrial, 750-kW, Model of (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 108
  • Investigations by Fuel Research Board, 657
  • Peat-Burning, Experiments with, 824* Recuperative Heat Exchangers for (Heat Exchangers, Ltd.), 449*
  • 10 MW Turbo-Alternator, Model of (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 280*
  • Work of Fuel Research Station, 506* See also Engines under Aeronautics
  • — Hydraulic, 12-MW Francis, Grudie Bridge
  • Power Plant, 129*
  • — — Francis for Hydro-Electric Schemes,
  • 185*, 213, 217*. See LETTER, 404
  • Pelton-Wheel, Francis and Kaplan, for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 185*, 213, 217.* See LETTER, 404
  • Pelton-Wheel, 39,000-h.p., Vila Nova Hydro-Electric Scheme, 208
  • Manufacture in Scotland, 314
  • See also Power Plant; Pelton Wheels
  • — Lubricating Oil, Centrifugal Separator for
  • (Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd.), 294*
  • — Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, 60-MW (English Electric Co., Ltd.),
  • 668*
  • Blading for. See Blading
  • Early History and Development of, 219
  • — — High-Speed, for Naval Auxiliaries, Tests
  • of, 383*
  • Mainly for Electric Power Stations, Specification, 512
  • Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion J-kW, Model of (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 133*
  • Possibility of Combination with Gas Turbines for Power Stations, 509
  • 60 MW, Rotor and Casing for, 260* (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.)
  • 30-MW, West Ham “ B ” Power Station, 77*
  • See also Turbo- Generators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships Turbo-Generators, 60-MW, Bankside Power
  • Station, 624*
  • 52-5-MW, Carmarthen Bay Power Station, 16*
  • Gas-Turbine Driven, 10-MW Model of, 260*
  • 60-MW J. C. Keith Power Station, Windsor, Ontario, 668*
  • Turbo-Generators, 60-MW Littlewood “C” Power Station, 80
  • 50-MW, Model of (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 155*
  • 60-MW, North Tees “ C ” Power Station, 112*
  • Testing Plant for, General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • — — 11-8-kV, Uskmouth Power Station, 48
  • — — 400ikW, S.S. “ Verena,” 643*
  • — — 30-MW, West Ham “ B ” Power Station,
  • 77*
  • Turkey, International Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Arrangements for, 632
  • Turner, Major V., the Late, 750
  • Turning Rolls, Twinner, for Rotating Workpieces (D. Ross and Partners, Ltd.), 327*
  • — See Machine Tools
  • Turntable for Colliery Tubs, 416*
  • “ Twinner ” Turning Rolls for Rotating Workpieces, 327*
  • Tye, W., on Trends in Civil Airworthiness Requirements, 586
  • Tylecote, R. F„ on Adherence of Oxide Scales on Copper, 423; on Oxidation of Copper at 350 deg. to 900 deg. C. in Air, 423
  • Tyne, River, Pedestrian Tunnel Under, Opening of, 115
  • Tyres, Factors Influencing Road Wear, 791,818
  • — Pneumatic, Ultrasonic Testing of (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 606*
  • — Rubber, Abrasion Testing of, 759
  • ULSTER Farm and Factory Festival Exhibition, 266
  • Ultrasonic Testing of Pneumatic Tyres (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 606*
  • Underground Corrosion of Metals, Investigations on, 786
  • — Gasification of Coal, Experiments with, 795, 823*
  • — Power Houses for Hydro-Electric Schemes, 213, 254
  • — Railways, London, Proposed Development of, 779
  • See also London Transport Executive
  • Undulation Records of Gear Teeth, Analysis of, 373*
  • Unesco Investigation on Scrap Supplies, 179
  • Union Castle Mail Steamship Co., S.S. “ Rhodesia Castle,” 587*
  • — Trade. See Labour and Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Unionmelt' ” 900-Ampere Welding Machine, 322* ; 1,200-Ampere Welding Head, 322* United Aircraft Corporation, Hollow Steel Propeller Blades for Aircraft, 161
  • United Kingdom Construction and Engineering Co., Ltd., Gas Pipeline Beneath River Neath, 567*
  • Iron and Steel Industry, Statistics of, for 1950, 529
  • Technical Training in, British Council Lectures, 52
  • — Nations Economic and Social Council,
  • Recommendations for Electricity Supply in Europe, 605
  • — States, British Welding Productivity Team’s
  • Visit to, 337
  • — — Electricity Supply Industry Statistics,
  • 508*
  • Hot-Dip Galvanising Team’s Visit to, 434 Iron and Steel Production in, 519
  • Navy. See United States under Warships
  • Ships, High-Pressure Installations in, 87 Steel Corporation, Cold-Reduction Sheet Mill, Pittsburg, California, 769*
  • Transonic Research in, 359
  • —- — Valve Industry Productivity Team’s Visit to, 81
  • See also America
  • Universal Crop Protection, Ltd., “ Whirlwind ” Agricultural Dusting Machine, 714* “Universal” Portable Milking Machine, 757* University, Aberdeen, Model Investigation of Aberdeen Harbour, 283*
  • — Birmingham, Babcock and Wilcox Experi
  • mental Boiler for, 51; Investigation of Hydraulic Lock, 513*, 580*. See LETTERS 630, 660*, 788
  • — British, Mechanical Engineering Research
  • at, 338
  • — Cambridge, Investigation on Friction and
  • Surface Damage of Non-Metals, 797
  • — College of Swansea, Investigation on
  • Critical Reynolds Numbers for Steady and Pulsating Flow, 389*
  • — Durham, Lectures on Chemistry of Water
  • Treatment, 427; Opening of Stephenson Building, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 681*, 691. See LETTER, 817
  • — Edinburgh, Investigation on Vibrations of
  • Elastic Bodies, 409*
  • —- Glasgow, Post-Graduate Courses in Applied Thermodynamics, 53. See LETTER, 83
  • — and Higher Technological Education in
  • Great Britain, 401. See LETTER, 662.
  • — Dlinois, Bulletin on Cleavage Fractures of
  • Ship Plates, by Prof. W. M. Wilson, R. A. Hechtman and Prof. W. H. Bruckner, 690
  • — Leeds, Investigation on Heat-Treated
  • Concrete, 345*
  • — Liverpool, The University and the Civil
  • Engineer of Future, by Prof. J. B. B. Owen, 791, 821
  • — Nottingham, Stuart Lecture on Properties
  • of Gases of Combustion Processes, by Prof. J. H. Keenan, 347*, 379*
  • — Sheffield, Appointment of Sorby Research Fellow, 139
  • — and Technical Colleges and Scientific and Technical Man-Power, 298, 348
  • Colleges, Engineering Education in, 169
  • — See also Education
  • Uskmouth Power Station, 48*
  • VACUUM CLEANER, Jubilee of, 51
  • — Methods of Producing and Measuring, 64
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Tower and Atmospheric Column, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • “ Valiant ” Bomber Aircraft, 342*
  • Valradio, Ltd., Television Projection Equipment, 159, 275, 311
  • Valves, Control, Hydraulic, Reciprocating Seals for, 787
  • — Cooling Plant, Holme Moss Television Station (Rosser and Russell, Ltd.), 459*
  • — Electronic, Quality and Reliability Standards, 63
  • — Gate, Flanged, Cast-Iron, for Petroleum
  • Industry, Specification, 79
  • — Hydraulic Lock in, Investigation of, 513*,
  • 580*. See LETTERS, 630, 660*, 788
  • — Industry, Productivity Teams’ Visit to United States, Report on, 81
  • — 16-in., for Iraq Petroleum Co. (Audley Engineering Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • —- Oilfield, Newman-McEvoy (Newman, Header and Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • — and Piping, Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 386*
  • — Radio. See Radio
  • — Rubber, for Industrial Users (Warren,
  • Morrison, Ltd.), 287*
  • — Safety, for High Pressures (Dewrance &
  • Co., Ltd.), 404
  • — Shut-Off, for Hydraulic Turbines, 218*.
  • See LETTER, 404
  • —? Thermionic. See Radio
  • — and Valve Gear. See also Engines “ Vampire ” Training Aircraft, 354
  • van der Veen, Dr. J. H., on Testing Method, on Brittle Fracture of Steel Plates, 723 745, 796
  • van der Ven, A. J. H., on Dynamic Measurements on Receiving Radio Valves, 63
  • Van, Goods, Standard 12-ton Covered, British Railways, 493*
  • van Rest, E. D., on Analysis of Rockwell Hardness Test, 61*
  • Vane, Wind, and Anemometer in M.S. “ Lucy Ashton,” 153*
  • Vapours and Vapour Mixtures, Condensers of, Researches on, 339
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Vauxhall Motors, Ltd., “ Velox ” Motor Car, 533*
  • “ Velonic ” Control Unit for Electric Motor, 263*, 264*
  • “ Velox ” Motor Car, 533*
  • “ Velutina,” 28,000-ton Oil Tanker, 641*
  • “ Venom I ” Intercepter Fighter, 354
  • Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institution of. See Heating
  • Ventilation in Mines, Progress in, 232
  • Verein deutscher Ingenieure, Celebration of 75 Years of Otto Four-Stroke Engine, 522 “ Verena,” 28,000-ton Oil Tanker, 641* Vernon, Dr. W. H. J., on Investigations in Underground Corrosion, 786
  • Viaduct for Road Bridge Over River Tagus, 801*
  • — Wharncliffe, on Great Western Railway,
  • 599*
  • — See also Bridges
  • Vibrated Concrete Construction Co., Ltd., Prestressed Work for Garage with Concrete Shefi Roof, 588*
  • Vibrations and Balancing, Mechanics Applied to (Review), 549
  • — of Elastic Bodies of Revolution, Theory of
  • Imperfection from, 409*
  • — Investigations in Australia, 614
  • — Problems, Generalised Co-ordinates in, 276 Vibrator, Bin, Electromagnetic (Magnetic
  • Equipment Co., Ltd.), 768*
  • — Concrete (Compactors Engineering, Ltd.)
  • 32*
  • — Mechanical, for Sieving, 429*
  • Vickers-Admiralty Gearing Research Association, Work of, 116, 286 ; Investigations on Creep-Cut Helical Gears, 484*, 517*, 550*, 582*
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Rotary Kilns, Grinding Mills and Electric Motors for Cement Works at Shoreham-by-Sea, 98* ; “ Valiant ’’ Bomber Aircraft, 342*; “ Swift ” Supermarine Fighter Aircraft, 343*; Supermarine 508 Naval Fighter Aircraft, 343*; Launch of Oil Tanker World Unity,” 500
  • Victorian Government Railways, 4-6-4-Type Locomotive for North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., 168*, 237*
  • Vila Nova Hydro-Electric Power Station, Portugal, 208*
  • Vines, A., the Late, 755
  • Viscous and Corrosive Liquids, Variable- Capacity Pump for (Ames Crosta Mills and Co., Ltd.), 767*
  • Vision Transmitter, Holme Moss Television Station, 459*
  • Visitors, Control Apparatus for, South Bank Exhibition, 55
  • Visual Aids to Industry Exhibition, Leeds, 564
  • Vodden, C. C., on Line Scanning Valves.and Circuits, 64
  • von Karman, Dr. T., Presentation of Kelvin Medal to, 595
  • “ Vortex ” Combustion Chamber for Pul- verised-Coal Burning, 505*
  • Vultee Hydrodynamics Laboratory, Radio- Controlled Seaplane Model, 341,441*, 478*
  • WAGES. See Labour; PARAGRAPH INDEX Wagons, Motor. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Railway, Standard 12-ton Covered Goods Van, British Railways, 493*
  • Wakefield, J. A., on Reinforced-Concrete Piles Under Tension, 420*
  • Wales Gas Board, Gas Pipeline Beneath River Neath, 567*
  • Walker, F., the Late, 430
  • Walker, T. R., “ Kaybee ” Hammer Mill, 757*
  • Wallace, Dr. F. J., on Superimposition of Plane Waves of Finite Amplitude, 423*
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Co., Ltd., British India Liner “ Kenya,” 82; 13,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S. “ Velutina,” 642*
  • Walton, Prof. E. T. S., Award of Nobel Prize for Physics, 659
  • Walzel, Prof. R., on Austrian Iron and Steel Industry, 372
  • War Damage to United States Ships in Pacific, Repair of, 18, 227
  • — Office, Standardisation of Internal-Combustion Engines for, 700
  • — Time Demand on Scientific and Technical Man-Power, 298, 348
  • Warfare, Use in Aircraft in. See Aeronautics
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • Warnings, Broadcast 01 Electricity Cuts, 566* Warren, Morrison, Ltd., Rubber Valve for
  • Industrial Users, 287*

Warships :

  • Admiralty Engineering Laboratory, Work of, 116, 286, 383
  • — Fuel Experimental Station, Haslar, Work of, 116, 286, 299
  • — Standardisation of Internal-Combustion Engines for, 700
  • — Vickers Gearing Research Association, Work of, 116, 286 ; Form of Tooth Surfaces of Creep-Cut Helical Gears, 484*, 517*, 550*, 582*
  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronawfics
  • Guns, Naval. See Guns
  • H.M. Destroyers, Daring Class, Tests of Machinery for, 116, 286, 299, 349*
  • —Dockyards, Select Committee Report on, 273
  • — Motor Gunboat P.5559, Tests of Gas Turbines in, 382
  • — Navy, 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set for, 609*
  • — Ship “ Greyhound,” Resistance Trials of, 41, 121
  • High-Pressure Steam in, 86
  • " Machinery Tests for, 17, 116, 285,
  • 299, 349*, 382*. See LETTERS, 404, 436
  • — Submarine “ Affray,” Use of Television Equipment in Search for, 765*
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • — Construction Research Establishment, Investigation in Brittle Fracture of Mild Steel, 278, 445*. See LETTER, 371
  • — Fuel Oils, Characteristics of, 136
  • — Guns. See Guns
  • Royal Navy. See H.M. Navy (above)
  • United States Navy Department, Investigations of Ship Motions, 17, 165; Investigations on Cleavage Fracture of Ship Plates, 690
  • Navy, Battle Damage Repairs i n Pacific, 18, 227 ; Resistance Trials of Ships, 41
  • See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX Washers, Bolts, Screws and Nuts, Specification, 440
  • Screws and Nuts, B.A., Specification, 47. Washing, Coal, Plant for, Development Centre.,
  • Simon Engineering Group, 19, 75* Washington, International Conference of Ship
  • Tank Superintendents, 437
  • Washmills at Cement Works at Shoreham-by- Sea, 98*
  • Waste Water and River Pollution, 498 Watch, Mechanism of (Review), 5 Water Department, Glasgow Corporation,
  • Annual Report, 287
  • — Friction. See Hydrodynamics
  • — Hot, Central Heating by Gas-Fired Boilers
  • for, Standard Code, 207
  • 1 for District Heating of Housing Estates, 411*
  • — Pollution Research Board, Annual Report,
  • 498
  • and Sewage Disposal, 233
  • — Power. See Hydraulic; Pelton Wheel;
  • Power Plant; Power, Water; Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Pressure System, Automatic, for Ships
  • (Mono Pumps, Ltd.), 265*
  • — Sea, Piping, Corrosion-Resisting Alloys for,
  • 422
  • — Service in Buildings, Jointing Materials for,
  • Specification, 671
  • — Splash for Motor-Vehicle Research, 716*
  • — Supply, London, William Girling Reservoir,
  • Opening of, 307
  • and Public Health, 6
  • to Towns, Consumption and Waste, 231 See also Irrigation
  • — Tanks. See Tanks
  • — Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic ; Pelton
  • Wheel; Power Plant
  • — Waste, and River Pollution, 498
  • — Wheels. See Pelton Wheel; Turbine,
  • Hydraulic ; Power Plant
  • Waters, Dr. P. L., on Froth Flotation of Coal, 491*
  • Waterways. See Rivers ; Canals Waterworks. See Water Supply and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Watson, D. M., on Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, 233
  • Watson, Manasty and Co., Ltd., Optical Projector for Inspection Work, 469*
  • Watt, James, Dinner, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 499 Wauchope, G. A., on Design of Large Pumping Installations, 627
  • Waves, Electromagnetic. See Radio
  • — Generator for Model Investigation of Aber
  • deen Harbour, 283*
  • — Plane, of Finite Amplitude, Superimposition
  • of, 423*
  • Wear and Abrasion, International Conference on, Delft. See Rubber Research Foundation, Butch
  • — Chemical Causes of, 724
  • — and Friction, Research on, 649*, 697*
  • — of Materials, Prevention of, 658, 724
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Weedon, Northamptonshire, Railway Accident at, 403, 430, 437
  • Weekes, R. W., on Water Turbines for Hydro- Electric Schemes, 185*, 217*. See 213. See LETTER, 404
  • Weights and Measures, Relative Merits of Imperial and Metric, 52
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Pair of Direct-Acting Feed Pumps, 406*; Twin Ammonia Compressor, 407*
  • — River Thames, “ Birmabright ” Sluice
  • Gates for, 592*
  • Welch, L. H., on Stability of Oil in Transformers, 819
  • Welds in Pipelines, Heat Treatment of, 125*, 157*, 191*
  • Welded Construction and Notch-Bar Testing, Symposium on, 670, 723, 745, 796
  • — — in Ships, 10, 192
  • — Deck Highway Bridges (Review), 355
  • Welders, Health of, Report on Investigation on, 530
  • Welding with Aluminium Bronzes, Investigations on, 443*
  • — Arc, for Structural Steelwork, Code of
  • Practice, 512
  • — — 250-300-Ampere Transformer Set for
  • (Murex Welding Processes, Ltd.), 324*
  • — Bronze, by Gas, Specification, 671
  • — Congress, International, London, 115
  • — Engineering and Marine Exhibition, Olym
  • pia, 211, 257*, 289*, 321*, 359*, 404*
  • — Equipment, Alternating-Current (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 322
  • Arc-, Automatic (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 325*
  • — — Automatic (Murex Welding Processes,
  • Ltd.), 324*
  • —- Fume Extractor (Spencer and Halstead, Ltd.), 327*
  • — Gas, of Bronze, Specification, 671
  • — Generator, Direct-Current (May Arc and'
  • Electrics, Ltd;), 363*
  • — Head, 1,200-Ampere “ Unionmelt ” (Quasi
  • Arc Co., Ltd.), 322*
  • for Tube Mill (Asea Electric. Ltd.), 321*
  • — Investigations by British Electrical and
  • Allied Research Association, 615*
  • — Plant, Diesel-Driven, Mobile (Cooper and
  • Turner, Ltd.), 327
  • — Inert-Gas (Arc Manufacturing Co., Ltd.)
  • 327*
  • — and Prefabrication in Shipbuilding, 18, 200
  • — Productivity Report on, 337
  • — Machine, 20/300-Ampere (A. Reyrolle &
  • Co., Ltd.), 322*
  • 900-Ampere “ Unionmelt ” (Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd.), 322*
  • Butt-, 250-kVA Flash (A.I. Electric Welding Machines, Ltd.), 322*
  • — — Butt, for Steel Strip (British Federal
  • Welder and Machine Co., Ltd.), 820*
  • Cross-Wire Multiple (Sciaky Electric Welding Machines, Ltd.), 322*
  • Seam, 10-kV Air-Operated (Siemens- Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd.), 361st
  • — Spot-, 15-kVA (Holden and Hunt, Ltd.), 363*
  • -- — Spot, Bench Mounted (Sciaky Electric Welding Machines, Ltd.), 322*
  • Spot, Control Equipment (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 323*
  • — — Stud- (Cyc-Arc, Ltd.), 326*
  • Welding Research Association, British, Annual Report, 178
  • — and Riveting of Aluminium-Alloy Struc
  • tures, 627
  • — Set, Diesel-Driven (Arc Manufacturing
  • Co., Ltd.), 327*
  • — — Diesel-Driven (Rockweld, Ltd.), 328 Petrol-Driven, Portable (Lincoln Electric
  • Co., Ltd.), 324*
  • Wells, F., on Pulse Circuits for Millimicrosecond Range, 63
  • West Ham “ B” Power Station, Opening of, 76*
  • — of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute. See
  • Iron and Steel
  • Westminster Engineering Co., Ltd., Electrically-Driven Scaling Machines for Steel Plates, 360
  • Westwood Dawes and Co., Sluice Gates of “ Birmabright ” Light Alloy, 592*
  • Wharncliffe Viaduct on Great Western Railway, 599*
  • Wheels, Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Knurling, Specification, 440
  • Whieldon Works, Stoke-on-Trent, of Doulton and Co., Ltd., 670*
  • “ Whirlwind ” Agricultural Dusting Machine, 714*
  • Whiskin, L. C., on Investigations in Underground Corrosion, 786
  • White, J. M., on Interlingual Technical Dictionaries, 693. See 626
  • — Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • White and Others versus Kuzych, Judicial Decision in, 274
  • Whitehead, Dr. S., on British Achievements in Electrical Measuring Instruments, 8.
  • Whiteley, Dr. A. L., on Servo-Mechanisms, 825
  • Whitham, J. H., on Late F. Clements, 468. See 403
  • Whitlock Brothers, Ltd., Agricultural Tracked Trailer, 714*
  • Whitworth Register, New Edition, 1951, 660
  • Wiggin, Sir W. H., the Late, 366
  • Willans, K. W., on P. W. Willans, 598*, 685
  • Williams, G., the Late, 494
  • Williams, Ivor, the Late, 206
  • — Lecture on Properties of Materials and
  • Engineering Uses of Cast Metals,. 29*
  • Wilson, Prof. W. M., on Cleavage Fractures of Ship Plates, 690
  • Wimperis, Simpson, Guthrie and Fyffe, Holme Moss Television Station, 459*
  • Wimpey, G., and Co., Ltd., Excavation Work for Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 387
  • Winch, Electrically-Driven (Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd.), 362*
  • — Hydraulic (Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd.),
  • 362*
  • — Loading, Mounted on 25-ton Motor Lorry
  • (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd., '301*
  • — for Tractor (C. M. Hesford and Co., Ltd.},
  • 713*
  • Wind, Electric Power from, 276, 315, 615
  • — Pressure on Radio Masts, 168
  • — Vane and Anemometer in M.S. “ Lucy
  • Ashton,” 153*
  • Windmill, 100-kW Experimental, Costa Head, Orkney, 276, 315, 615
  • Window, Ship, Manufacture by Bull’s Metal and Melloid Co., Ltd., 717*
  • Windsor, Ontario, J. C. Keith Power Station, 668*
  • Winter, B. B., on British Mechanical Road Transport Vehicles, 1851-1951, 69
  • Wire, Copper, Round, Enamelled, Specification, 15
  • — Drawing Die Profilometer (British Iron and
  • Steel Research Association), 9*
  • Friction in, Investigations on, 454
  • — Galvanising Plant, Hot-Dip (R. Johnson
  • and Nephew, Ltd.), 556*
  • — for Prestressed-Concrete Structures, 676*
  • 707*
  • — Prestressing, for Concrete Reservoir Tank,
  • sac*
  • — Tse in Garage with Concrete Shell Roof, 588*
  • Wirick, M. G., on Impact Test for Plastics, 701 Wiring Regulations for Small Houses, 691 Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Telephony
  • Witton, Heavy Engineering Works, General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials')
  • Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd., Portable Electric Tools, 135
  • Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machine Co., Ltd., Variable-Height Elevator, 714*
  • Women’s Engineering Society, Annual Conference and Dinner, 340
  • Wood, H., and Co., Ltd., “ Python ” 30-in. Coal Conveyor, 33*
  • Wood, J. G., on Precision Measurement of Rockwell Hardness Diamond Penetrators, 89*. See LETTERS, 180*, 404
  • Woodham, H. W., on Impact Test for Plastics, 701
  • Woods of Colchester, Ltd., -Smoke-Extraction Unit for Fire Fighting, 602*
  • Woodward Governor Co., Governors for 12-MW Hydraulic Turbines, 130*
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Woolman, J., on Poisson’S Ratio for Cast Iron for Ingot Moulds, 710 ; on Relaxation Tests of Cast Iron, 741
  • Worcester, Marquess of (1601-1667), Workshops of, 91
  • Work Consciousness and Standards of Living, 721
  • — Study (Review), 402
  • — — and Incentives (Review), 402
  • Workmen. See Labour

Works :

  • Causeway Works, Staines, of Petters, Ltd., 747*
  • East Hecla Works, Sheffield, Hadfields, Ltd., Heavy Forge Shop at, 595, 616*
  • Forge Lane Works, Manchester, Hot-Dip Wire-Galvanising Plant at, 556*
  • Gateshead Factory of Sigmund Pumps, Ltd., 652*
  • Heavy Engineering Works, Witton, General Electric Co., Ltd., 620*
  • — Forge Shop, Hadfields, Ltd., 595, 616*
  • Power Gas Corporation, Stockton-on-Tees New Factory, 267
  • Whieldon - Works, Stoke-on-Trent, of Doulton and Co., Ltd., 670*
  • Yoker Works of Bull's Metal and Melloid Co., Ltd., 717*
  • Works Management and Training of Engineers, 201
  • Work Study (Review), 402
  • Work Study and Incentives (Review), 402
  • Workshop Technology, Part III (Review), 195
  • — Ministry of, Report on Building and Civil-
  • Engineering Work, 307; Smoke-Extraction Unit for Fire Fighting, 602* ; Codes of Practice. See Standards
  • Workshop Technology, Part III (Review), 195
  • — Training. See Education
  • — See also Works; Machine Tools
  • World Geography of Petroleum (Review), 195
  • — Industrial Destiny of (Review), 516
  • — Supply and Demand for Metals, 519, 553,
  • 5QR 69^ 709* 7Q9*
  • — — of Non-Ferrous Metals, 519, 702*, 732* “ World Unity,” Oil Tanker, Launch of, 500 Wrecks. See Accidents
  • Wright, D. A., on Rare Metals in Electron Tubes, 63
  • — Lecture on the Well-Tempered Aircraft , 339 Writing, Technical, Scheme for Encouragement of, -627
  • Wrought Iron. See Iron
  • Wunsch, H. L., on Design Characteristics of Cross-Spring Pivots, 473*
  • YACHT “ America,” 1851, Centenary of, 243
  • Yarmuk River, and Jordan Valley Irrigation Schemes, 481*
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Yoker Works of Bull’s Metal and Melloid Co., Ltd., 717*
  • Young, A. H., on Production and Utilisation of Electricity, 637
  • ZAMBESI River, Hydro-Electric Power from, 49
  • Zeebrugge-Harwich Service, M.S. “ Norfolk Ferry ” for, 139*
  • Zinc Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Bath for Wire Galvanising (R. Johnson and Nephew, Ltd.), 556*
  • — Ores, Estimated Reserves of, 520, 702*, 732*
  • — World Production and Consumption of, 519, 702*, 732*
  • Zinner, Dr. K., on Diesel Engine with Exhaust- Gas Turbo Supercharger, 525
  • Zuckerman, Prof. S., on Metals as Natural Resources, 519

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