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Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jan-Jun: Index: General

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1952 Jan-Jun: Index

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

  • ABBEY Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., Port Talbot, 1*, 40*, 129*
  • Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Prestressed-Concrete Road Bridge at, 413*
  • Abrasion of Paint, Investigations on, 504*
  • — Testing Apparatus, 725*
  • Abrasion and Wear Conference, Delft:
  • Abrasion and Wear of Rubber, by J. M. Buist, 169*
  • Elementary Aspects of Rubber Abrasion, by Dr. A. Schallamach, 217*
  • Factors Influencing Road Wear of Tyres, by R. D. Stiehler, M. N. Steel, and J. Mandel, 219*
  • Morphological Aspects of Abrasion and Wear, by Dr. G. Salomon, 310*
  • Some Investigations on Abrasion of Paint, by Dr. N. A. Brunt, 504*
  • War on Wear, by Prof. H. Blok, 594*, 625* Chemical Causes of Wear, by Prof. J. J. Broeze, 693*
  • Survey of Papers Presented, by Dr. H. C. J. de Decker, 699
  • Methods of Testing‘Abrasion and Wear in Netherlands, by P. Braber and G. Salomon, 725*
  • Accelerometers for Determining Aircraft Flight Loads, 473*, 506*

Accidents :

  • Explosions, Flames and Combustion of Gases (Review), 260
  • — in Internal-Combustion Engine Crank
  • cases, 187, 632*, 661*, 695*
  • — in Oil Drums and Tanks, Report, 183
  • — Suppression' Equipment for Tanks (Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 11*
  • Factory Accidents, Chief Inspector's Report, 274
  • Failures of Suspension Bridges, 299
  • — of Welded Ships, Lloyd’s Register
  • Statement on, 406
  • Fire Hazards from Hydraulic Fluids, 213 —-in Passenger Train at Huntingdon, Report on, 680
  • Mining Accidents, Chief Inspector of Mines Report, 242, 654
  • Train Derailment at Doncaster, Report, 160
  • at Weedon, Report, 681 Vessels' Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 83 Accumulator, Air-Hydraulic, for Extrusion
  • Press (Fielding and Platt, Ltd.), 365*, 392*
  • — Electric. See Battery under Electric
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Acoustic Velocity in Humid Air, 609* Acoustics, Room, and Sound Insulation (Review), 228
  • Acratork Engineering Co., Ltd., Torque Spanners, 645*
  • Activated Sludge. See Sewage
  • Acton Lane “ B ” Power Station, 77*. See Erratum, 152
  • Adams, Capt. G. C., on Basic Engineering Standards, 380*,411*
  • Adamson-Alliance Co., Ltd., 300-ton Overhead Crane, 3
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Adelaide, Australia, Single-Deck Trolley ’Buses for, 320*
  • “A. D. Mackenzie,” Multi-Bucket Dredger,378* Admiralty. See WarsAips
  • A.E.C., Ltd., 150-h.p. Dual-Purpose, Oil- Engined Heavy Tractor, 141*; Synchromesh Gearbox for Passenger Chassis, 190*; Case versus Latimer, Legal Decision on, 370, 715; Chassis for Motor Coach for Airways Services, 681*
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics Aerial Transport. See Aeronautics Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeronautical Engineers, and Technicians, French Association of, Bldriot Lecture on Future of Flying Boat, by H. Knowler, 329*, 382*. See Erratum, 592
  • — Society, Royal, Air Intakes for Aircraft Gas
  • Turbines, by Dr. J. Seddon, 94*; Discussion on Availability and Use of Aeronautical Information, 216; Some Aspects of Civil Jet Aircraft Performance, by D. R. Newman, 428 ; Awards by Society, 559 ; Wright Lecture on Prophesy and Achievements in Aeronautics, by Sir H. M. Garner, 711*, 793*. See 719; Garden Party at White Waltham Aerodrome, 783

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodynamic Investigation on Severn Suspension Bridge, 299, 347
  • Aerodynamics Division National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 804
  • — Research Association, Low Speed, Radio-Controlled Model Glider, 783
  • Aeronautical Experiments of Leonardo da Vinci, 581
  • Aeronautical Group, Aslib, Conference at Cranfleld, 467
  • — Information, Discussion on Availability and Use of, 216
  • — Research in Australia, 309 Aeronautics, Prophesy and Achievements in, 711*, 719*, 793*
  • Aeroplanes, Drag and Thrust Curves for, 793*
  • — See also Air Liner; Aircraft; Flying Boat; Seaplane (below)
  • Air Liner Bristol Brabazon I, Report on
  • Expenditure on, 435
  • — — “ Britannia ” Experimental “ Mock-
  • Up” (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.) 343*
  • Jet-Propelled, Flying Boat Type, 383*. See Erratum, 592
  • Jet-Propelled, Optimum Cruising
  • Conditions tor, 428
  • Jet-Propelled, First Service, 402;
  • Inauguration of, 591
  • — Registration Board, Annual Report, 814 — Transport, Effect on Shipping, 513, 537 Aircraft Carrier, H.M.S. “ Eagle,” 373* — Development of (1910-1952), 711*, 719., 793*
  • — Flight Loads, Accelerometer for Determining, 483*, 506*
  • — Humidifier, Electric Boiler for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 298*
  • — Hydraulic Fluids for Use in, 213*, 254 — Industry, Position and Prospects in, 6, 197
  • — Night-Fighter,de Havilland “Vampire,” Performance of, 635
  • — Training, Jet-Propelled, Italian, 225* — Turnbarrels, Tension Rods and Swaged Cable-End Connections for, Specification, 287
  • Bristol “ Brabazon I ” Air Liner, and Saunders-Roe “ Princess ” Flying Boats, Report on Expenditure on, 435 “ Bristol 173 ” Helicopter (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 33*
  • “ Britannia ” Air Liner, Experimental “Mock-Up” (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 343*
  • British European Airways Corporation, Statistics for 1951, 603; Motor Coach for, 681*
  • British Overseas Airways Corporation, Inauguration of Jet Air-Liner Service, 402, 591; Statistics for 1951, 603; Financial Review of, 626
  • Civil Aviation, Ministry of, Airways Operation and Traffic, Statistics of, 1951, 603
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, Jet-Propelled (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 402, 591 —:— Liner, Jet-Propelled, London to
  • Johannesburg Flight, 402, 591
  • Liner, Series 2 (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 288*
  • “ Convair XP5Y-1 ” Ocean-Patrol Flying
  • Boat, 329*
  • Drag and Thrust Curves for Aeroplanes, 793*
  • Engine, Aeroplane, Development of (1910- 1952), 712, 794
  • — — for Flying Boats, 382. See Erratum,
  • 592
  • — Gas-Turbines, Air Intakes for, 94*
  • — — History of, 54
  • Propeller-Turbine, “ Proteus ” 700 Series (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 792*
  • See also Turbines, Gas
  • Fiat G.80 Jet-Propelled Training Aircraft,
  • 225*
  • Flight, Transonic and Supersonic, 712,
  • 793*
  • Flying Boats, Developments of, 795 Future of, 329*, 332*. See Erratum 592
  • and Its Place in Aviation, 211
  • — — “ Princess ” Saunders-Roe, 329* ;
  • Report on Expenditure on, 435
  • — Controls, Powered, Design of, 179,183 Glider, Model, Radio-Controlled, 783 Helicopter Association, Some Recent Helicopter Research Investigations, by W. Stewart, 396
  • — “ Hillier,” Use for Erection of Trans
  • mission Line, 128*
  • — Twin-Engined Transport “ Bristol 173” (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 33*
  • “ Hillier” Helicopter, Use. for Erection of
  • Transmission Line, 128*
  • “ Princess ” Flying Boat, Saunders-Roe, 329* ; Report-on Expenditure on, 435
  • “ Proteus ” 700 Series Propeller Turbine, 792*
  • Redhill Aerodrome Branch of College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering, 196*
  • Rotors for “ Bristol 173 ” Helicopter, 33*
  • — for Helicopters, Researches on, 396 Royal Air Force Estimates for 1952-1952,
  • 273 ; Performance of “ Vampire ” N.F. 10, 635
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • Schneider Trophy Contests, Engines Used in, 55
  • Seaplanes, Developments of, 711, 719,795
  • Speeds of Aeroplanes and Seaplanes, 1910- 1952, 711*, 719, 793*
  • Steel for Aircraft Bolts, Specification, 635 “ Vampire ” Night Fighter Aircraft, Performance of, 635
  • Washers, Tab, for Aircraft, Specification 182
  • Wind Tunnels at Australian Aeronautical Research Laboratories, 309
  • — Investigations on Severn Suspension Bridge, 299, 347
  • — — Tests of Air Intakes for Aircraft Gas Turbines, 94*
  • Tests of Flying Boats, 329* Wing Loadings in Aircraft, 711, 794* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Ageing of Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 513 Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition
  • — Machinery Industry, Position and Prospects
  • 6, 102, 338
  • — Motors. See Engines; Motors; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture. See also Irrigation and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Air, Compressed. See Compressed Air; Pneumatic
  • — Compressor for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine
  • Electric Locomotive, 161*, 193*
  • High-Pressure,. Light-Weight (Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 712*
  • High-Pressure Portable (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 74*
  • “ Hydrovane ” (A. Bullows and Sons, Ltd.), 643*
  • Single-Cylinder (Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 642*
  • Single-Stage (Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 267*
  • See also Gas Compressor
  • — Conditioning Plant, Lime Grove Television
  • Studios, 518
  • — Filter, Multi-Brush (Heather Filters, Ltd.),
  • 601*
  • — Force, Royal. See Aeronautics
  • — and Gas Mixing Machines (Radiant Heating
  • Ltd.), 548
  • — Heater for Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 9*
  • — Humid, Thermodynamics of, 609*
  • — Humidity, Effect on Working of Cupolas,
  • 761
  • — Infiltration in Open-Hearth Furnaces, Mea
  • surement of, 672
  • — Intakes for Aircraft Gas Turbines, 94*
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • Air Reduction Co., Inc., of America, “Air- coraatic ” Process for Welding Aluminium, 762*
  • — Temperatures and Humidity in H.M. Ships
  • in Tropics, 646
  • — Ventilation in Coal Mines, Utilisation of
  • Energy of Methane for, 678
  • — See also Atmosphere
  • “ Aircomatic ” Process for Welding Aluminium, 762*
  • Aircraft. See Aeronautics
  • — Carriers. See Aeronautics
  • Airedale Works, Leeds, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 364
  • Aklebolaget Karlstads Mekanista Werkstad, 31,700-h.p. Kaplan Turbine, 775*
  • “ Albuera,” H.M. Destroyer, Hogging Tests on, 157 ; Structural Strength Investigations of, 615
  • Alchemical Books Exhibition of, Science Museum, 814
  • Aidham Substation, Manchester-Sheffield- Wath Railway, 164*
  • Alkali Degreasing Plant (Orcene Co., Ltd.),764*
  • Allan, E. P., and Co., Ltd., 3-h.p. Petrol-Driven Tamping Machine, 476*
  • Alien, C. E„ the Late, 21
  • Allen, E., and Co., Ltd., Exhibits of Steels at British Industries Fair, 645
  • Allen, J. F„ on Open-Hearth Furnace Combustion Problems, 656
  • Allen, W. H., Sons, and Co., Ltd., 464-b.h.p. Diesel-Driven Fire Pumps, 736*
  • Allenwood Power Station, Southern Ireland, 770
  • Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, 30-MVA Alternator, 775*
  • Allowances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs: PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Alluvial or Mining Dredgers, Examples of, 379*
  • Alternating Stress. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric ; Turbo- Generators
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under flfetaZ- lurqy
  • — Coating of Steel Strip and Wire, Hot-Dip
  • ping Process, 604
  • — Construction Compared with Prestressed
  • Concrete Construction, 317
  • — Method for Analysis of, Specification, 571
  • Aluminium Plastic Deformation of, Investigations on, 580
  • — Sections, Specification, 666
  • — as Shipbuilding Material, 413
  • — Use in Ship Construction, 513, 538
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Amalgamated Building Contractors, Ltd., versus Urban District Council of Holy Cross, 750
  • Amari, S. on Gas Bubbles at Shrinkage Boundaries of Built-Up Crankshafts, 550
  • America. See United States
  • American Bureau of Shipping, Circular on Strengthening Welded Tankers, 667
  • — Coal-Burning Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 18,
  • 623
  • — Corps of' Engineers and River Works
  • (Review), 579
  • — Electricity-Supply Engineers, Visit to Great
  • Britain, 275
  • — Society of Civil Engineers. See Civil
  • Engineers
  • — See also United States
  • Ammeter. I See Ammeter and Meter under Efectric
  • Ammonia-Sulphate Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 291*
  • —- Synthesis Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 290*
  • Amplifier, Selective (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 426* Amsler Abrader for Testing Concrete Slabs, 728*
  • Analyser, Harmonic, Mechanical, and Applications to Servo Systems, 52*, 68*
  • — Wave, Muirhead-Pametrada (Muirhead &
  • Co., Ltd.), 425*. See Erratum, 491
  • Analysis, Chemical, of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, Standard Methods, 571
  • Cadmium in Copper-Cad mium Alloys, Specification, 732
  • — — Flue Gases, Specification, 732
  • of Manganese in Iron and Steel, Specification, 382
  • of Raw Copper, Methods of, Specification, 256
  • — Colorimetric of Materials, 800
  • — Dimensional, and Theory of Models (Re
  • view), 322
  • Ando, E., on Gas Bubbles at Shrinkage Boundaries of Built-Up Crankshafts, 550
  • Andrade, Prof. E. N. Da C., on Flow of Metals, 601. See 558, 592. See LETTER, 624
  • Andreav, J., 100-kW Wind-Power Generator, 343
  • Anemometer, Electrical Recording, for British Railways, 490*
  • Angle Collet Fixtures (W. H. Marley and Co., Ltd.), 636*
  • Anglo-American Council on Productivity, Report on Coal Productivity Team, 81; Visit of American Electricity-Supply Engineers of Great Britain, 275; Report on Visit of Drop-Forging Team to United States, 517; Report on British Steelfounding Industry, 569; Final Session, 623
  • Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., Ltd., Investigations on “ Knock ” in Automobile Engines, 279. See LETTER, 468 ; 20-ton Transporter for Oilfield Equipment, 284*; Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co., Ltd., 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Propelling Unit, M.S. “ Auris,” 119; Burning of Boiler Fuels in M.S. “ Auricula,” 501
  • Anhydrite Mine, 34-h.p. Diesel-Driven Shot- Firers’ Carriage for, 457*
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Annuaire pour 1952, Bureau des Longitudes (Review), 322
  • Annuals and Reference Books, 64, 151, 223, 416, 540, 604, 636, 807. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Apparatus for Abrasion Testing, 725*. See also Abrasion
  • — Scientific, Exhibition, Institution of Civil
  • Engineers, 816
  • Exhibition, Physical Society’s, 51, 348, 404*, 425*, 470*. See Erratum, 491
  • Appleby, F. W., Rainfall Run-Off Recorder, 817
  • Appleby-Frodingham Steel Co., Smoke Eliminator for Shunting Locomotives, 29*
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Apprenticeship. See Education ; Labour Arc. See Electric; Furnace ; Welding. Arch, Reinforced-Concrete, for 90,000-ton
  • Sulphate Ammonia Silo, 449*
  • Architects’ Cooperative Partnership, Bryn- mawr Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*
  • — Naval. See Naval Architects
  • “ Ardil ” Fibre Meal, Continuous Extraction Plant for (Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd.) 323*
  • Argentine National Grain Elevators Scheme, 785*
  • Armament. See Owns
  • Armoured Ships. See WarsAips
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Tron- founders), Ltd., “ Kue-Ken ” Balanced- Jaw Rock Cru.-her,2C3*
  • Army Estimates for 1952-1953, 273
  • Arrol, SirW., and Co., Ltd., Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 3* ; Rolling Lift Bridge for Surrey Docks Lock Entrance, 396* ; Model of Temple Bridge, Glasgow, 553*
  • Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Artificial-Fertiliser Factory, Sindri, India, 44*, 289*
  • Artillery. See Guns and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Supplementary Sources of Power: Wind, Volcanic Heat, Sun and Tide, by C. W. Marshall, 445
  • Arup, O., and Partners, Brynmawr Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*
  • Asbestos, Compressed, Jointing, for Petroleum Industry, Specification, 694
  • Ash Separators for Coal-Fired Gas Turbine Locomotive, 18, 623
  • — and Slag, Fusion and Viscosity, Investiga
  • tions on, 800*
  • Ashbridge, Sir N., on Television Development, 553
  • Ashlared Masonry Walls, Code of Practice, 63
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Co., Ltd., “ Krystal ” Evaporators for Ammonia Sulphate Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 291*
  • Ashton, Diesel-Engine Factory of National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 584*
  • Ashton, R., on Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Position, 435
  • Aslib, Consulting Service, 19; Aeronautical Information Group, Discussion on Availability and Use of Aeronautical Information, 216 ; Conference on Information Services and Industry, 371; Aeronautical Information Group Conference, Cranfield, 467 ; Annual Report, 623
  • Association, British. See British Association
  • — Engineering. See Institutions
  • Aston Chain and Hook Co., Ltd., Automatic Extrusion Plant, 374*, 392*
  • Astronomy, Radio Telescope for Manchester University, 571
  • Ateliers des Charmilles, S.A., 14,250 h.p. Kaplan Turbines, 774
  • Athens, Piraeus Electricity Co., Ltd., Twenty- Five Years’ Work of, 396
  • Atkins, W. S„ and Partners, Abbey Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., 1*. 40*. 129*
  • Atlantic Liners. See Ships ; Steamers ; Motorships
  • Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd., Pneumatic Shaving Tool for Countersunk Rivet Heads (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 572*
  • Atmosphere, Chemical Attack of Metals by. 693*
  • Atoms, Iron, in Service of Electrical Engineers, 551
  • Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, Course of Electronics, 169 ; Work of, in 1946-51, 686
  • “ Atreus,” M.S., Contra-Rotating Ventilation Fans for, 45
  • “ Auricula,” M.S., Burning of Boiler Fuels in, 50}
  • 'Auris,” M.S., 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator Propelling Unit, 119 ; Piston Temperature Measuring Device in, 663*. See 397
  • Austin Motor Co., Ltd., Automatic Conveyor Control by Punched Cards. 752
  • Australia, Adelaide, Single-Deck Trolley ’Buses for, 320*
  • — Commonwealth Scientific Conference, Ar
  • rangements for, 212
  • — Morwell Power Station, Model of, 816
  • — and New Zealand, Empire Mining and Metal
  • lurgical Congress, 1953, Arrangements for, 211
  • Australian Aeronautical Research Laboratories, Annual Report, 309
  • Austria, Hydro-Electric Potentialities of, 72
  • Authorisation Scheme for Steel, 497. See LETTERS, 468, 624
  • Autobiography of R. A. Millikan (Review), 145 Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding Automatic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Signalling. See Signalling
  • — Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine
  • Aveling-Barfords, Ltd., Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics'
  • Axle Assemblies for Trailers and Semi-Trailers, 89*,121*
  • — Boxes, Locomotive, Want of Freedom in,
  • Accident from, 681
  • — Drive Unit, Hypoid (D. Brown and Sons
  • (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 614*
  • Ayre, Sir A., the Late, 84*
  • Ayre, Sir W., on Merchant Ship Design, 537. See 513
  • BABCOCK and WILCOX, LTD., Boiler for Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 44*; Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267, Boilers, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*; Renfrew Research Laboratories, Work of, 797*, 813
  • Bagging, Screening and Weighing Unit, Automatic (R. Cort and Son, Ltd.), 710*
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • Bailey, D. R. L„ on Buckling of Struts, 340*. See 804
  • Baird, J. L., Memorial at Helensburgh, 522
  • Bakelite, Ltd., Bakelite Laminated Components, 645*
  • Baker, Prof. J. F., on Shortcomings of Structural Analysis, 57*, 92*
  • Bales, Straw, Conveying Plant for (G. W. King, Ltd.), 313*
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
  • — Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tools (Materials)
  • Ball, Sir W. V., on “ Dangerous ” Machinery, 340; on Prof. C. Inglis, 592. See 528*
  • Ballard, F. J., and Co., Ltd., Gas-Fired Foundry Dryers, 545
  • Ballistics, Interior, of Guns, Theory of (Review), 98
  •  » — Internal (Review), 98
  • j Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • j Banks, Air Cmdre. F. R„ on Enterprise in Engineering, 54
  • j Bar Cutting-Off Machine. See Machine Tools
  • < — Steel, for Production of Machined Parts, Specification, 480
  • ’ Barber, P., on Methods of Testing Abrasion and Wear, 725*
  • Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., Launch of M.S. “ Windsor,” 681*
  • Barlow, Prof. H. M., Demonstration of Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves along Conductors, 690
  • , Barlow, H. S„ on Education for Industry, 751
  • , Barnsley Junction Substation, Manchester- Sheffield Wath Railway, 164*
  • ?Barnstaple, Temporary Radio Transmitting Station, 331
  • , Barr, J. C„ on Pressure Still with Diluent Air, 235*
  •  ; Bascule. Bridge. See Bridges
  •  ? Basic Engineering Standards, 380*, 411* Batchelor, T. C. (1857-1947) (Review), 451
  •  : Batteries. See Electric
  • j — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles ; Motor Truck Battleships. See Warships
  • 'Baxter, J. M., the Late, 179
  • I Beacon, “Winker,” Police-Type (Londex, Ltd.), 543*
  • Beam, Elastic Stresses in, 47*, 92*
  • i— Leonardo da Vinci’s Tests of, 561*
  •  !— Reinforced-Concrete, Pre-Erected Reinforcement for, 791*
  •  :— Transversely-Loaded, Elasto-Plastic Stresses in, 359*. 389*
  • '— Unrestrained., Lateral Stability of, Investigations on, 65*, 99*
  • Bearing, Chemical Attack by Lubricants on, 693*
  • 1— Hot, Crankcase, Explosions from, 632*, 661* — Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  •  ?— Roller Ends, Grinding Machine for, 446* Wear of, 603*
  • •— Thrust, for High-Speed Alternator for Water-Power Plants, 444*
  • Bede Products, Inc., Heating Unit for Spraying Hot Lacquer, 331*
  • Beere, O. G. R„ the Late, 569
  • “ Beetle ” Wagon-Marshalling Machine, 795* Beilby Memorial Awards, 527
  •  ? Belfast Meeting, .British Association, Pro
  • gramme, 467
  • , Bell, Sir T., the Late, 46, 84* ; Memorial to, 778
  • I Bellamy, G. S„ the Late, 714
  •  ? “ Belomorskaya,” Self-Propelled Multi-Bucket
  • Dredger, 378*
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Belting, Conveyor and Elevator, Specification 155
  • j — — for Mines, at Mechanical Handling Exhibition, 753
  • i Bending Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Benn versus Kamm and Co., Ltd., Legal Decision on, 340
  • Bennett, W. D. G., on Diffusion of Hydrogen in Iron at Elevated Temperatures, 673
  • I Benson, N. D., on Copper for Alternator Rotor Windings, 424
  • Bentham, C., Maintenance Shop, Rotherham Works of Steel, Peech and Tozer, Ltd., 765* 805*
  • Bentham, M., on Factory Maintenance Engineering Department," 467
  • Benzene, Determination of Dielectric Constant of, 804
  • > Beresford, J., and Son, Ltd., 2-in. Contractors’ Centrifugal Pump, 640*
  •  ? Berre Oil Refinery, Shell, France, Extensions
  • to, 283*
  • Berridge, P. S. A., on Economy in Railway Civil Enginepring, 50
  • i Berths, Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  •  ? Bessel Functions, Tables of (Review), 388
  • ' Bessemer Medal, Presentation to H. H. Burton, 558
  • j — Steel Rail, The First, 181
  •  ; Betatron, 31-MeV, at Zurich University Radiological Institute, 412
  • i Bevan, P. A. T., on Television Broadcasting Stations, 603
  •  ? Bevel Gears. See Gears
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles
  •  ; Biggs, A. J., on Television Receivers, 603
  • Billets, Conveyor, for Automatic Extrusion Plant, 393*
  • i Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  •  ? Bingham, A. E., on Fluids for Hydraulic Power
  • Transmission, 213*, 254
  • 1 Bingley, P., on Rectifier-Motor Variable-Speed Drives, 61*
  • Biographies of German Bridge Builders (Review), 292
  • Birch, A., on First Bessemer Steel Rail, 181; on Blast Furnaces in Early Nineteenth Century, 657
  • “ Birkenhead,” H.M. Troopship, Centenary of Loss, 278
  • Birkinshaw, D. C., on Television Programme Origination, 603
  • Birlec, Ltd., Induction Heater for Surface Hardening of Shafts, 286* ; Dryers for Compressed Air and Industrial Gases, 543* ; 25th Anniversary Luncheon, 628
  • Birmingham, British Industries Fair. 541* 557, 573*, 612*, 618, 639*, 650, 669*
  • — Gas Works, Drummond Flue-Gas Washing
  • Plant, 140*
  • — Industrial Gas Conference, 591
  • — Museum of Science and Industry, Opening
  • of, 298
  • — Tame and Rea Drainage Board, Report for
  • 1949-51, 308
  • — University, Mechanical Harmonic Analyser,
  • 52*, 68*; Investigations on Thermodynamics of Humid Air, 609* ; Establishment of S; J. Ellis Memorial Lectureship, 650
  • Birthday Honours List, 723, 747
  • Bitumen Road Emulsion for Penetration and Surface Dressing, Specification, 756
  • Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., United States, Report on Coal-Fired Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 18, 623
  • — Mixtures and Soils, Triaxial Testing of (Re
  • view), 607
  • Road Construction. See also 7?oa<t« Blache, Dr. H. H„ the Late, 372*
  • Blackburn Factory of Mullard, Ltd1., Vertical Drawing of Glass Tubing, 701*
  • Blackwood Hodge, J., and Co., Ltd., 75-b.h.p. Oil-Engined Road Grader, 541*; “ Euclid” 154-b.h.p. Oil-Engined Dump Truck, 541* Blades, Gas-Turbine, Air-Cooled, Heat Transferin, 21*
  • — Turbine, Apparatus for Measuring Fre
  • quencies (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • Blading for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric Locomotive, 162*
  • — Turbine, Anti-Corrosive Coatings for, 625
  •  ? Apparatus for Measuring Frequencies of
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • Bland, D. R., on Cold Rolling with Strip Tension, 608
  • Blast- Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blaw Knox, Ltd., Manufacture of Gears by, 659*
  • Blbriot Lecture on Future of Flying Boats, 329*. 382.* See Erratum, 592
  • “ Blesbok ” Bow-Well Suction Hopper Dredger, 441*
  • Block, G. D, M., on W. H. Fox Talbot and Photo-Mechanical Illustration, 563*
  • — Wedge, Malleable-Iron, for Shipbuilding
  • Berths (Hale and Hale (Tipton), Ltd;), 318* Blok, Prof. H„ on War on Wear, 594*, 625* Blower for Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine, 738*, 768*, 802*
  • Boards, Wood-Chip and Wood-Waste, Specification, 635
  • Boat, Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Bobbin, Ring Doubling Frame, for Cotton and Rayon, Specification. 382
  • Boehringer, Gebr., G.m.b.H., Deep-Hole Boring Machine, 285*
  • Bogie Assembly for 150-h.p. Dual-Purpose, Oil-Engined Heavy Tractor, 141*
  • — for Bo 4- Bo Electric Locomotives, 321*
  • — Design for Electric Railways, 51
  • — Locomotive, Resilient Suspension and Pivot
  • for (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 287*
  • — for Trailers and Semi-Trailers, 89*, 121*
  • — Welded, for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric
  • Locomotive, 195*
  • — See also Trucks
  • Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Investigation on, 797*, 813
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd;, Sindri Fertiliser
  • Factory, India. 44*
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Shell Haven Oil
  • Refinery, 735*
  • — Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Electric, for Aircraft Humidifier (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.)-, 298*
  • — Feed Pump. See Pump
  • W'ater. See Feed and Water
  • — Foster Wheeler, S.S. “ Normannia,” 350
  • — Fuels, Burning in M.S. “ Auricula,” 501
  • — Furnaces. See Stoker
  • — Gas-Fired, Margam Power Station, 129*
  • — Groupings in British Power Stations, 153*
  • 188*
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Low-Pressure (Bouellat Engineering, Ltd.),
  • 548*
  • — Marine, Investigations with, 186*
  • — Monotube, High-Pressure, Dieppedalle
  • Power Station, France, 385*
  • — Performance, Investigations by British
  • Coal Utilisation Research Association, 653
  • — Plant at Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 129 Acton Lane “ B ” Power Station, 77
  • — — Drakelow “ A ” Power Station, 204 Industry, Position and Prospects in, 131.
  • See LETTER, 212
  • — — Investigations by Babcock and Wilcox,
  • Ltd., 797*, 813
  • — Shell, of Riveted Construction, Specifica
  • tion, 320
  • — Smoke Eliminators for, Experiments with.
  • 337
  • — Stirling, Fulham Power Station, 300*
  • — Systems, Small, Using Solid Fuel, Specifica
  • tion, 382;.
  • — Underfeed Stoker-Fired, Combustion Con
  • trol Equipment for, 30*
  • — Unit, “Cyclone,” for Combustion Tests, 800*
  • — Waste Heat, for Knitwear Factory, 744*.
  • See Erratum, 824
  • — Welded-Steel, for Hot-Water Central Heat
  • ing, Specification, 587
  • — See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Bolson, J., and Son, Ltd., Diesel-Electric Chain Ferry for Cowes, 808*
  • Bolts and Nuts, Hexagonal, in B.A. Range, Spanners for, Specification, 732
  • — for Petroleum Industry, Specification, 182
  • — Steel, for Aircraft; Specification, 635
  • Books, Alchemical, Exhibition of, at Science Museum, 814
  • — New, Notes on, 32, 96, 152, 192, 224, 285,
  • 320, 352, 384, 448, 508, 572, 763. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Received, 32,64, 96,128,160,192, 224, 256,
  • 288, 320, 352, 384, 416, 448, 480, 508, 540, 572, 604, 636, 668, 700, 732 (see Erratum, 743), 764, 796, 828
  • Boosters. Gas, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 290*
  • Bore Profilometer, Hilger and Watts (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 614*
  • Boreholes. See Wells
  • Borings, Cast-Iron, Melting in Foundry Cupola 459*
  • — Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Bottle-Crating Machine (Crawley Industrial Products, Ltd.), 752
  • Bouellat Engineering, Ltd., Low-Pressure
  • Boiler, 548*
  • Bournemouth, British Electrical, Power Convention. See British Electrical Power Convention
  • Boving and Co., Ltd., Francis-Type Turbines, Errochty Hydro-Electric Scheme, 16* Bowaters Lloyd Pulp and Paper Mills, Conveying Plant for Straw Bales, 313*
  • Bowen, I. G., on Protection of Flame-Zone Walls, 559
  • Bowhill, Air Chief Marshal Sir F., on Flying Boat and Its Place in Aviation, 211
  • “ Boxmag” Feeder Head, 578
  • Boydell, E„ and Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • “ Brabazon I,” Bristol Air Liner, Report bn Expenditure oh, 435
  • Bradbury, E. J., on Bright Annealing of Nickel and Its Alloys, 455. See .483
  • ’ radbury, F. J., on Design of Powered Flying Controls, 183. See 179
  • Brake, Automatic, for British Railways Goods Wagons, 83
  • , — Shoes, Forces and Pressure Distribution in, 418*. See LETTER, 815*
  • — See also Dynamometer
  • Braking Equipment for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine
  • Electric Locomotive, 193
  • — Systems for Trailers and Semi-Trailers, 123 Brancker Lecture on Flying Boat and Its
  • Place in Aviation, 211
  • Brass Founder’s Productivity Conference, 619 Brassey, Shield of, 1851, 817
  • Bray, G„ and Co., Ltd., Butane-Air Mixture Burner, 548
  • Brazing, Filler Alloys for, Specification, 779 Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breathing.Apparatus for Use in Sewers, 817 “ Bremang No. 3,” Alluvial Gold Dredger, 379* Brent Cross Service Co., versus G. H. Myers, Legal Decision in, 801
  • Brewer, C. D., on Fuels for Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines, 249*, 281*
  • Bricks, Paving, Rattler Abrasion Testing Apparatus for, 729*
  • Bridge, Bascule, Rolling-Lift, Model of, 553*
  • — Builders, German, Biographies of (Review),
  • — Designs by Leonardo da Vinci,. 561*
  • — Foot, Prestressed-Concrete, Tests of, 595*,
  • 690*
  • — Road, Deadweight Trailer for Testing, 721* Prestressed-Concrete, at Abertillery,
  • Monmouthshire. 415*
  • — Rolling, Lift, for Surrey Docks Lock
  • Entrance, 396*
  • — Suspension, Over River Severn, Aero
  • dynamic. Investigation on, 299, 347
  • — Tacoma. Narrows, Failure of, 299
  • — See also Culvert; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Brisch Classification System for Engineering
  • Stores, 407*
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., “Bristol 173 ” Helicopter. 33* ; Experimental “ Mock- Up” of “Britannia” Air Liner. 343* ; Expenditure on “Brabazon I” Air Liner, 935 ;. “ Proteus ” 700 Series Propeller Turbine, 792* .; Work of Company' 817
  • — “ Brabazon I ” Air Liner, Expenditure on,
  • 435
  • “ Bristol 173 ” Helicopter, 33*
  • — Summer Meeting of Institution of Mech
  • anical Engineers, 180 , 783, 817
  • — Motor-Vehicle Development in, 783, 818 Bristol Tramways and Carriage Co., History i
  • of, 783, 818
  • — University, Investigations on Lateral
  • Stability of Unrestrained Beams, 65*, 99*; Model of Engineering Building, 817';
  • Bristow, Dr. J. R„ on Torsional Fatigue Machine with Torque Control, 25*; on Noise in Private Cars, 201, 252*
  • Britain’s Deep-Sea Liner Trade, 1945-1951, 433, 469, 487, 499
  • Britain Steamship Co., Ltd., Launch of M.S.
  • “ Windsor,” 681*
  • “ Britannia ” Air Liner, Experimental “ Mock- Up,” 343*
  • British Aluminium Co., Ltd., Aluminium- Alloy Sheet for Motor Launch, 540*
  • — Association, Belfast Meeting, Programme,
  • 467
  • — Broadcasting Corporation, Temporary
  • Transmitting Station, Barnstaple, 331 ; Kirk o’ Shotts Television Transmission Station, 361* ; Unattended Operation of Daventry Transmitter, 412 ; Lime Grove Television Studios, 518*; Television Developments, 553, 603
  • — Coal Utilisation Research Association,
  • Annual Luncheon, 623; Annual Report, 653; Coal Science Lecture on Methane and Coal, by Sir A. Egerton, 678
  • — Colour Council, Exhibition of Colour and
  • Light in Industry, 623
  • — Electrical and Allied Industries Research
  • Association, Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 275; Experiments on Wind Power, 445 ;? Report on High-Voltage Direct-Current Power Transmission, 477* and Allied Manufacturers’ Association Annual Dinner, 147 ; Jubilee Celebration, 526 ; Annual Luncheon, 559
  • Power Convention, Bournemouth Meeti ing, Programme, 243
  • — Electricity Authority; ; GeneratingrPlant
  • Construction in 1951, 54; Acton Lane “B” Power Station, 77*. See Erratum, 152 ; Helicopterfor Erecting Transmission Line, 128* ; Programme of New General ting Plant, 132. See LETTER, 212; Plant Sizes and Boiler Groupings in Power Stations; 153*, 188* ; DrakeloW “ A ” Power Station, 204* ; Fulham Power Station, 300*; Wind-Power Generation at Mynydd Anelog, North Wales, 343; Effect of Sudden Load Reduction oh Electricity Supply Conditions, 479*; Thermal Efficiency of British Power Stations, 583
  • British Extracting Co., Ltd., Bromborough, Continuous Solvent Extraction Plant for “ Ardil ” Fibre Meal, 323*
  • British Foundrymen, Institute of, Buxton Conference : Programme,. 619; Report of Council, 796 ; Report of Technical Council, 796 ; Awards, 769; Election of Officers, 796; Presidential Address by Dr. C. J. Dadswell, on A Sense of Proportion, 758 ; Williams Lecture on Fuel and Metal, by Prof. R. J. Sargant, 759*
  • — Grid, Economic Plant Sizes and Boiler Set
  • Groupings on, 153*, 188*
  • — Hydromechanics Research Association,
  • Annual- Report, 83
  • British Industrial Plastics, Ltd., Hydraulic Pelleting Machine for Plastics, 644*
  • — Industries Fair, Birmingham, 541*, 557,
  • 573*, 612*, 618, 639*, 650, 669*
  • —'— Federation of. See Federation
  • British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd., Cables for Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 130; Overhead Equipment for Manchester-Sheffield -Wath Railway, 165* ; Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 548 British Insulated Callender’s Construction Co., Ltd., Overhead Equipment for Railway Electrification in Subsidence Areas, 180* : Aerial Masts for Kirk o’ Shotts Television Transmitting Station, 361
  • — Iron and Steel Federation, Statement on
  • Steel Position, 83; Statement on Real Steel and Scrap Position, 403; Annual Report, 434
  • — — and Steel Research Association, Load
  • meter for Industrial Rolling Mills, 116*, 137 ; Annual Report, 604
  • — Manufacturers of Petroleum Equipment,
  • Council of, Activities, 587
  • — Navy. See H.M, under Warships
  • British Overseas Airways Corporation, Inauguration of Jet Air-Liner Service, 402, 591; Financial Review of, 626
  • British Oxygen Co., Ltd., Universal Oxy- Acetylene Cutting Machine, 215* ; Potentiometric Oxygen Meter, 470*; Polaro- graph, 470*
  • — Railways, Electrical Equipment for South
  • ern Region Electric Trains, 76*; Automatic Brakes for Goods Wagons,. 83; Mixed-Traffic 4-6-2 Locomotive, 108*; Train Derailment at Doncaster, Report on, 160 ; 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric Locomotive, 161*, 193*; Electrification of Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 164*, 321* ; Instructional Films for Staff, 200 ; Rolling Stock for, 294 ; Restricted Programmes for, 339; Cross-Channel S.S. “ Normannia,” 349* Railway Widening and Station Reconstruction at Potters Bar, 407; Train Describer System on Liverpool Street-Romford Railway, 428 ; Electrical Recording Anemometer for, 490*; Improvement of Locomotive Design and Operation, 590 ; 13-ton Standard Wagons, 602*; Use of Mobile Rectifier in Emergency, 635; Tests of Brown-Boveri Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 664* ; Fire in Passenger Train at Huntingdon, 680 ; Passenger Train Derailment at Weedon, 681; 2-6-2 Tank. Locomotive, 698* ; Locomotive Test Bulletins, Publication of, 719; Financial and Statistical Accounts, 782
  • British Rollmakers Corporation, Ltd., Crewe Works of, 777*
  • — Rubber Producers’ Research Association,
  • Investigations On Rubber Abrasion, 217*
  • — Shipbuilding Research Association, Review
  • of Work of, 105*, 115, 156*, 185*
  • > See Shipbuilding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • —- Standards Institution. See Standards
  • — Steelfounding Industry, Productivity in, 569 British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.,'Motors
  • and 700-kW Rectifier for Rolling-Mill Finishing Stands, Abbey Steelworks, 42*; 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator Propelling Unit, 119; Circuit-Breakers for Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 165*; Electrical Equipment for Single-Deck Trolley ’Buses, 320* ; Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 404; Contactors for Reversing and Braking Electric Motor, 542* ; Electronic Ignitron Control Panel, 543*; Photo-Electric Relay, 710*; Stacreep Control for Electric Cranes, 710
  • — Transport Commission, Financial and
  • Statistical Accounts, 782
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Welding Research Association, “ Aircoma-
  • tic ” Process for Welding Aluminium, 762*
  • Brittle Fracture of Ship Plates, Investigations on, 156*
  • Broadcasting Stations for Television, 553, 603 Broeze, Prof. J. J., on Chemical Causes of Wear, 693*
  • Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd., 60-ton Brake Press, 612*; Continuous Tube Forming and. Welding Machine, 737*
  • Brook, Col. E. T„ the Late, 172
  • Brook, G. B., on Precipitation in Aluminium- Magnesium Alloys, 512
  • Brotherhood, P., Machine Shop in 1883, 564* Brown, Dr. A. F., on Slip Bands and Hardening Processes in Aluminium, 580
  • Brown Boveri A.G., MeV Betratron Installation at Zurich, 412; 12-5-MVA Alternator, 774 ; 5,150-kVA Alternator, 774
  • Brown, D., and Son (Huddersfield), Ltd., Hypoid Axle-Drive Unit, 614* ; Turbine Reduction Gear, 614*
  • Brown, J., and Co.-, Ltd., Experimental Peat- Fired Gas Turbine, 8*. See LETTERS, 527, 592
  • Bruce Peebles and Co., Ltd., Rectifiers for Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 165* Bruce, R. F. D.,:the Late, 46
  • Brunt, Dr. N. A., on Abrasion of Paint, 504* Brush Coachwork, Ltd., Battery-Operated Industrial Tractors and Trucks, 753
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 2,400- kW Brush-Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, 575* ; 250-MVA 11-kV Metal-clad Switchgear, 575*; 500-kVA 11,000/433-Volt
  • Transformer, 576*
  • Brynmawr Rubber, Ltd., Brynmawr Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*
  • Bucket Conveyor. See Conreyor
  • — and Grabs, Anti-Twisting. Device for (B.
  • and A. Engineering Co., Ltd.), 183* Buckling of Struts, Abnormal Cases of, 340*. See 804
  • Buggy, Ingot, for - Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 4.*
  • Building and Civil Engineering Plant, Purchase, Application and Operation of (Review), 607
  • — Heating by Electricity, Problems of, 476
  • — Industrial, Steel Windows for, Specification,
  • 63
  • — Industry, Technical Information Service
  • for, 723
  • — Light-Weight (Cambridge Engineering and
  • Structural Developments, Ltd.), 234*
  • — Materials, Abrasion Testing of, 728*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, for Acton Lane
  • “ B ’’Power Station 77*. See Erratwm, 152 Concrete, for Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*
  • — Research Station, Speech Amplification
  • System for St. Paul’s Cathedral, 12* ; Tests of Pre-Erected Reinforcement for Concrete Structures, 791*
  • — Structures, Elastic Stresses in, 57*, 92*
  • — Telecommunication in, Staff Location
  • System, Code of Practice, 320
  • — Thermal Insulating Materials for, Specifi
  • cation, 63
  • — —- Properties of (Review), 737
  • Buist, J. M„ on Abrasion and Wear of Rubber, 169*
  • Bulldozing Equipment, Cable-Controlled, for Vickers Tractor (J. Olding and Co., Ltd.), 542*
  • Bullen, F. R., Model of Workshop of Power Gas Corporation, Ltd., 817
  • Bullows, A., and Sons, Ltd., “ Hydrovane ” Air Compressor, 643* ; Water-Wash Spraying Booth, 644* ; Automatic Scummer, 644*
  • Bureau des Longitudes, Annuaire pour 1952 (Review), 322
  • — of Mines. See United States
  • Burettes and Bulb Burettes, Specification, 779 Burmeister and Wain, M.S. “ Kongedybet,” 491*
  • Burner, Butane-Air Mixture (G. Bray and Co., Ltd.), 548
  • — Oil Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., Grinding Machine for Bearing-Roller Ends, 446*
  • Burton, H. H„ Presentation of Bessemer Medal to, 558
  • Bush, Resilient, for Links of 3,000-h.p. Gas- Turbine Locomotive, 195*
  • Butane-Air Mixture Burner (G. Bray and Co., Ltd.), 548
  • Butler, Dr. J. M., on Interdiffusion and Sintering in Copper-Nickel Compacts, 424
  • Butters, Brothers and Co., Ltd., Crane Repair Depot, Hillingdon, 406
  • Button-Blanking Machine, Semi-Automatic (G. H. Whitehouse and Son, Ltd.), 538*
  • CABLE COVERS, LTD:, Talurit Wire-Rope
  • Clamping System, 723*
  • — End Connections, Swaged, for Aircraft,
  • Specification, 287
  • — of Grabs and Buckets, Device to Prevent
  • Twisting (B. and A. Engineering Co., Ltd.), 183*
  • —•'‘See also Wire Ropes and Electric Cadmium in Copper-Cadmium Alloys, Deter
  • mination of, Specification, 732 Caernarvonshire, North Wales, 100-kW Wind-
  • Power Generation at Mynydd Anelog, 343
  • Cahn, Dr. R. W., on Slip and Polygonisation in Aluminium, 580
  • Caisson, Compressed-Air, for Uskmouth Power
  • Station, Model of, 817
  • Calcium Carbide, Specification, 155 Calculations, Critical, on Speed, Tabular
  • Methods for, 674*, 704*
  • Calibrator, Milliwatt, Direct-Current (Standard
  • Telephones and Cables, Ltd.), 281* California, Central Valley Reclamation Scheme, 819
  • — Institute of Technology, Investigation of
  • Cavitation in High-Speed Water Tunnel at, 534*, 566*, 597*
  • Callander, Sir J., the Late’, 403 Calorific Value, Gas, Controller for (Sigma
  • Instrument Co., Ltd.), 448*
  • Cambridge Engineering and Structural Developments, Ltd., Light-Weight Building, 234*
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Martens-Type Extensometers, 108* ; Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 425; ’Needle- Type Pyrometer, 699*
  • — University, Investigations on Structural
  • Analysis, 92*; Report on Engineering
  • Department, 297; Investigation on Elasto-Plastic Stresses in Transversely-
  • Loaded Beams, 359*, 389*
  • Canada, Electric Power Supply, Report on, 19. See Erratum, 298
  • — — Supply in, Government Report on, 75
  • — Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission,
  • Annual Report,- 210
  • — St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 87
  • — Wood Preservation in, 525
  • Canadian Nickel Industry, Statistics of, 371 Canal, Don and Volga, Completion of, 783
  • — Navigation and Power, on St. Lawrence
  • Seaway Schemes, 87
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge
  • — Cranes. See Cranes Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • — Rail. See Carriages, Railway Carbon-Dioxide Scrubbers, Sindri Fertiliser
  • Factory, India, 290*
  • — Monoxide Conversion Plant, Sindri Ferti
  • liser Factory, India, 290*
  • Carbonising Plant at Sheffield University, 760
  • Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cargo Handling Equipment for Ships, 513, 537
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • “ Carlisle ” 75-b.h.p. Oil-Engined Road
  • Grader, 541*
  • Carriage, Railway, Diesel Railcar, for Norwegian State Railways, 201*
  • Electric, Electrical Equipment for, 76* Lightweight Steel (Metal Sections, Ltd.), 521*
  • Railcar with 125-h.p. Twin-Diesel Engines, 520*
  • — Shot-Firers’, 34-h.p. Diesel-Driven, for
  • Anhydrite Mine, 457*
  • Carrier Engineering Co., Ltd., Air-Conditioning Plant, Lime Grove Television Studios, 519
  • Carter, Dr. F. W., the Late, 720
  • Case Hardening. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cast-Iron Borings, Melting in Foundry Cupolas, 459*
  • Non-Magnetic (Ferranti, Ltd.), 544
  • Production and Consumption, 1948-51, 200
  • Casting, Continuous, of Steel, Recent Progress, 604
  • — Malleable-Iron and Alloy (Follsain-Wycliffe
  • Foundries, Ltd.), 639
  • Catalogues. See Trade Publications Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor
  • Cathaleen’s Fall Hydro-Electric Plant on River Erne, 772*
  • Cathedral, St. Paul’s, London, Speech Amplification System for, 12*
  • Caunter, C. F., on J. Day, Inventor of Crankcase Compression Engine, 527
  • C. A.V., Ltd., Fuel-Injection Equipment, 645
  • Cavitation Mechanics and Design of Hydraulic Equipment, 533*, 566*, 597*
  • — in Ships Propellers, Investigations on, 185* Cefn Gwrgan Substation for Abbey Steelworks,
  • Port Talbot, 129*
  • Celluloid Models, Stress Determination by. See Photo-Elastic
  • Cement and Concrete Association, Tests of Prestressed-Concrcte Foot Bridge, 595*, 690*
  • — See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX Cementation Co., Ltd., Sindri Fertiliser
  • Factory, India, 289*, 449*; Foundations for Brynmawr Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*; Poulaphuca, Golden Falls, Leixlip, Cathaleen’s Fall and Cliff Hydro-Electric Plants, 773*
  • Centenary of American Society of Civil Engineers, 591
  • — Engineering, in 1952, 18
  • — of London Association of Engineers, 591
  • — of Loss of H.M.Troopship“Birkenhead,” 275 —- of S. Osborn and Co., Ltd., 558
  • — of W. H. Fox Talbot’s Patent for Photo
  • Mechanical Illustration, 563*
  • — See also Quincentenary
  • Central Valley Reclamation Scheme, California, 819
  • Centrifugal Machines and Hydro-Extractors, Specification, 155
  • — Pumps. See Pumps
  • Centring Machine. See Machine Tools Ceramics, Elevated-Temperature Fatigue-
  • Testing Machine for, 422*
  • C.E.S.D. Lightweight Building, 234*
  • Ceylon, Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • Chain Ferry, Diesel-Electric, for Cowes, Isle of Wight, 808*
  • — Forming Machine, Automatic (Heenan &
  • Froude, Ltd.), 826*
  • — Testing Machines, 75-ton Hydraulic, 805* Chamberlain Industries, Ltd., 3-ton “ Staffa ’
  • Oil-Driven Mobile Crane, 202*; Hydraulic Lifter for Tramway Track, 479*
  • Chang, Dr. P. L., on Diffusion of Hydrogen in Iron at Elevated Temperatures, 673
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Charging Frame for Miners’ Lamps (Oldham and Son, Ltd.), 574*
  • — Machine, Furnace, Die-Block Plant,
  • Halesowen, 617*
  • Charmilles, Ateliers des, S.A., 14,250-h.p. Kaplan Turbines, 774
  • Charrington, Warren, Ltd., Coal Lorry with Integral Conveyor, 616*
  • Charrold, Ltd., Motor Lorry for Coal Delivery, with Integral Conveyor, 616*
  • Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd., Mechanical Shovel 710 »
  • Chassis, Passenger (A.E.C., Ltd.), Synchromesh Gearbox for, 190*
  • Chelsea, College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering, 196*
  • Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
  • — Causes of Wear, Investigations on, 693*
  • — Construction Corporation, Artificial-Fer
  • tiliser Factory, Sindri, India, 44*, 289*
  • — Elements and Man, from Stone-Age Hearth
  • to Cyclotron (Review), 260
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Annual Dinner,
  • 559; Presidential Address by Sir H. Hartley on Chemical Engineering at the Cross Roads, 626
  • —- — Training of, 626
  • — Engineering at the Cross Roads, 626 Research Committee, Report of, 49
  • — Industry, Growth of, 626
  • — Works, Engineer in (Review), 451 Chemistry of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cheshire, Jodrell Bank, Radio Telescope for Manchester University, 571
  • Chilton, H., on Natural-Draught Water- Cooling Towers, 315*
  • Chingford, William Girling Reservoir, Pre- stressed-Concrete Fencing for, 759*
  • Chinn, G. I., on Hydraulic Lock, 341*. See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 403, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752. See 509*
  • “Choshi,” Rock Dredger, 409*
  • Cinema Film, Experiments with Germanium, 690
  • — — Instructional, for Railway Staffs, 200 Strip, on Use of Portable Electric
  • Tools (Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd.), 361
  • Cinematography of Cavitation, 536*, 566*, 597*
  • Circulating Pumps. See Pumps Civil Aviation. Sue."Aeronautics
  • — Engineers, American Society of, Centenary
  • of, 591

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Certificates of Practical Engineering Training, Revised Form, 83
  • Views on Publicity for Engineers, 339 Report on Deterioration of Structures of Timber, Metal and Concrete Exposed to Action of Sea Water, 525
  • Annual Dinner, 591
  • Conversazione and Exhibition, 816 Discussion on Economy in Railway Civil Engineering:
  • Economy Through Organisation, by J. T. Thompson, 50
  • Economy Through Design, by P. S. A. Berridge, 50
  • Economy Through Labour Productivity and Incentive Schemes, by G. C. Stevens, 50
  • Economy by Supervision, by A. K. Terris, 50
  • Discussion on Relative Economics of Prestressed Concrete Compared with Other Forms of Construction—Aluminium, Reinforced Concrete, Steel and Timber :
  • General Review, by J. Ratter, 317 Aluminium Construction, by D. V. Pike, 317
  • Reinforced Concrete, by F. S. Snow, 317
  • Steel Construction, by H. S. Smith, 317
  • Timber Construction, by P.O. Reece, 318
  • Prestressed-Concrete Construction, by J. Cuerel, 318
  • Conference on Civil Engineering Problems in Colonies:
  • Arrangements for, 339
  • Civil Engineering and Building Plant, Purchase Application and Operation of (Review) 607
  • — — Problems in Colonies, Conference on,
  • Arrangements for, 339
  • —? — Railway, Economy in, 50
  • — — Work, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 734*
  • Clamps for Wire Ropes (Skandinaviska Talurit A.B.), 723*
  • Classification System for Engineering Stores, Brisch, 407*
  • Clayton Lecture on Cavitation Mechanics and Design of Hydraulic Equipment, 533*, 566*,597*
  • Cleaning Plant for Grain, Buenos Aires Elevator, 787*
  • Clegg, L„ on Fuel, Heat and Power Auditing, 415
  • Clerks of Works, Proposed Registration of, 211 Cleveland and Northern Counties, Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 682, 714, 746, 778, 810. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cliff Hydro-Electric Plant on River Erne, 772* Clock and Watch Industry, Position and Prospects in, 358
  • Clockwork Mechanisms, Gears for, Specification, 508, 635
  • Cloths, Screening, Textile, Specification, 382 Cloud Chamber and C. T. R. Wilson (Review), 451
  • Cluanie and Loyne Dams. Use of Blast- Furnace Slag in, 635
  • Clyde Ironworks, Experiments on Hot Blast at, 658
  • CO,. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal, Constitution of, Investigations on, 760
  • — Consumption and Estimated Future
  • Demand, 267
  • of Locomotives, 590
  • Ministry of Fuel and Power Statistics, 337
  • — — See also Trials
  • — Economy. See also Fuel Economy; and
  • Pulverised Coal
  • — Gas, and Electricity, Efficiency for Domestic
  • Heating, 621. See LETTERS, 689,752,815 See Gas
  • — Handling Plant, Drakelow “A” Power
  • Station, 204
  • — Hydraulic Transportation of, Report on, 171
  • — Lorry with Integral Conveyor for Bulk
  • Delivery, 616*
  • — Methane in, Origin and Utilisation of; 678
  • — Mine. See Colliery
  • — Mining Machinery Industry, Position and
  • Prospects in, 131
  • Productivity Team’s Visit to United States, Report of, 81
  • — Problem, Heating and Ventilation iD
  • Relation to, 827
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Sampling and Analysis, Investigations on,
  • 799*,813
  • — Slurry, Wet, Pelleting Process for, 653
  • — Utilisation Research Association, British,
  • Annual Luncheon, 623 ; Annual Report, 653; Coal Science Lecture on Methane and Coal, by Sir A. Egerton, 678
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coast Lines with Wave Generators, Model, 816 Coating, Aluminium, of Steel Strip and Wire Hot-Dipping Process, 604
  • — Anti-Corrosive, Application of, 625
  • Codes of Practice, Standard. See Standards Cofferdam, Pump House, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*
  • Cohen, H., on Heat Transfer in Air-Cooled Gas-Turbine Blades, 21*
  • Coilers for 80-in. Continuous Strip Mill at Abbey Steelworks, 42*
  • Coke for Foundries, Investigation on 759*
  • Cold Drawing of Creep-Resisting Molybdenum- Steel Steam Pipe, Effects of, 345*
  • Cole, Dr. B. N„ on Thermodynamics of Humid
  • Air, 009*
  • Cole, G., on Growth of Universities, 403.
  • See 266
  • Coleman, E. H., on Explosions in Oil Drums and Tanks, 183
  • College. See Education Collet, Angle Fixtures (W. H. Marley and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 636*
  • Colliery, Chief Inspector of Mines, Annual
  • Report, 242, 654
  • — Lighting. See Safety Lamps
  • — Ventilation Problems in, 827
  • — See also Mines and Coal
  • Colombo Plan Exhibition, Ceylon, 147, 267 Colonies, Civil Engineering Problems in,
  • Conference on, Arrangements for, 339 Colorimetric Analysis of Materials, 800 Colour Code for Thermocouple Twin Com
  • pensating Cables, Specification, 756
  • — for Hazard Warnings, Issue of “ Safety”
  • Code Abandoned, 189
  • — and Light in Industry, Exhibition, 623 Columbia River Reclamation Scheme, 819 Columns, Elastic Stresses in Stanchions, 57*
  • — Fractionating, Shell Haven Oil Refinery,
  • 733*
  • — Leonardo da Vinci’s Tests of, 561*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, Pre-Erected Rein
  • forcement for, 791*
  • Concrete, for Rubber and Plastics
  • Factory, 437*
  • — Struts, Abnormal Cases of Buckling of, 340 *.
  • See 804
  • — Tubular-Steel, for Street Lighting, Speci
  • fication, 732
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials} Combustion Chamber, Dieppedalle Power
  • Station, France, 386*
  • for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric
  • Locomotive, 161*
  • for Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 9*
  • — of Coke in Cupolas, Investigations on, 760*
  • — Control Equipment, Automatic (Unitherm,
  • Ltd.), 30*
  • — Flames and Explosions of Gases (Review),
  • 260
  • — of Methane for Energy Production, 678
  • — Pressurised, Characteristics of, 797*
  • — Problems in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 656
  • — Products, Chemical Attack in Engines bv,
  • 693
  • — Research by Babcock <fc Wilcox, Ltd ,
  • 800*, 813
  • — See also Fuel; Gases
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, Series 2, 288*
  • “ Comet ” Jet-Propelled Air Liner, 402, 591 Commerce. See Trade] See also Industries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX Commercial Forms, Sizes and Layout
  • Specification, 256
  • — Motor Cars. See Motor
  • Commonwealth Scientific Conference, Australia, Arrangements for, 212
  • — See also Australia
  • Communication Problems and Television, 603 Compacts, Copper-Nickel, Interdiffusion and
  • Sintering in, 424 Zinc, Sintering of, 424 Compacting Machine for Roads and Footpaths
  • (E. P. Allan and Co., Ltd.), 476* Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Comparator for Measuring Variation in
  • Diameter of Wires, 529*
  • — Turret, for Ten Dimensions (Sigma
  • Instrument Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Stress. See Tests (Materials) Compressed-Air Dryer (Birlec, Ltd.), 543* See also Pneumatic
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor Concrete Piles, “Dri-Por” Method of
  • Repairing (Masonry Resurfacing and Construction Co., Inc.), 237*. See ERRATUM 455
  • — Prestressed Development Group, Tests of
  • Prestressed Concrete Footbridge, 595*, 690*
  • Fencing, at Chingford Reservoir, 759* Foot Bridge, Tests of, 595*, 690* Reinforced-Concrete, Aluminium, Steel
  • and Timber for Construction, Relative Economics of, 317
  • — — for Road Bridge at Abertillery, 413*
  • -— --for Sheet Piles (Dow-Mac (Products),
  • Ltd.), 272*
  • Statically-Indeterminate Structures, 21
  • — Reinforced, Use in Acton Lane “B”
  • Power Station, 77*. See ERRATUM, 152 British Standard Code of Practice, 341 Compared with Prestressed-Concrete
  • Construction, 317
  • Use for Rubber and Plastics Factory 437*
  • — Slabs, Amsler Abrader for Testing, 728*
  • — Structures, Pre-Erected Reinforcement for
  • (T. C. Jones and Co., Ltd.), 791*
  • and Corrosion, 84
  • — Tests on, with Electrical-Resistance Strain
  • Gauges, 468*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Condensate, Salts in, Investigations on, 800* Conductivity. See Electric
  • Conduit Dies, Dimensions, Specification, 480 Conference on Abrasion and Wear, Delft.
  • See Aftraston and Wear Conference, Delft
  • — Annual, Association of Teachers in Tech
  • nical Institutions, 751
  • — Aslib Aeronautical Group, Cranfield, 467
  • — Brass Founders’ Productivity, 619
  • — on Civil Engineering Problems in Colonies,
  • Arrangements for, 339
  • — Commonwealth Scientific, Australia,
  • Arrangements for, 212
  • — European Sanitary Engineers, Rome.
  • See Sanitary Engineers, European Conference, Rome
  • — and Exhibitions, Forthcoming, 119, 279,
  • 407, 531, 691, 819
  • — Gas, Industrial, Birmingham, 591
  • — Industrial Physics, Glasgow, Programme,
  • 497
  • — Information Services and Industry, 371
  • Conference International, on Hot-Dip Galvanising, Dusseldorf, Programme, 655
  • on Large High-Tension Systems, Paris, Programme, 109; Proceedings, 687, 749
  • — Paintshop Productivity, 784
  • — Plant Maintenance, Philadelphia, United
  • States, 466
  • — on Preventive Maintenance, 720
  • — on Properties of Metallic Surfaces, Pro
  • gramme, 789
  • Congress, Empire Mining and Metallurgical, Australia and New Zealand, 1953, Arrangements for, 211
  • — Mechanical Engineering, International,
  • Stockholm, Arrangements for, 497
  • Connell, C., and Co., Ltd., Use of Malleable- Iron Wedge Blocks in Shipbuilding, 318* Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pulverised Coal
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., Portable High-Pressure Air Compressor, 74*
  • Contactor, Relay (Londex, Ltd.), 543* Contracts, 31, 43, 76, 184, 246, 288, 349, 383, 429, 4.79% 538, 572, 636, 668, 68:3, 759. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — for Work and Extension of Time, Legal
  • Decisions on, 750
  • Control, Automatic, Fundamentals of (Review), 451
  • — Board, 11-kV, at Abbey Steelworks, Port
  • Talbot, 131*
  • Central, Buenos Aires Elevator, 789*
  • — Desk for 80-in. Continuous Strip Mill, 42* Kirk o’ Shotts Television Transmission
  • Station, 361*
  • — Equipment, Combustion, Automatic (Uni
  • therm, Ltd.), 30*
  • — Gear, Abbey Steelworks Melting-Shop
  • Cranes, Port Talbot, 3*
  • — — for Automatic Extrusion Press, 375*,
  • 392*
  • for Bo + Bo Electric Locomotives, 322* Boiler, Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 387*
  • for Multi-Engined Diesel Trains, 520*
  • Rolling Lift Bridge at Surrey Docks, 397*
  • — Instruments for Gauge in Sheet and Strip
  • Rolling, 604
  • — in Mechanical Engineering, Theory of (Re
  • view), 388
  • — Orders, Ministry of Supply. See Industries
  • and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Panel, Electronic Ignitron (British Thom
  • son-Houston Co., Ltd.), 543*
  • for Newspaper Printing Machinery, 127*, 150*
  • — Remote, Umtata Falls Hydro-Electric
  • Plant, 215
  • — Room, Fulham Power Station, 300*
  • Penistone, Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 165*
  • Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 45* Sound and Vision, Lime Grove Television Studios, 518*
  • — Stacreep, for Electric Cranes (British
  • Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 710
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See J/oZors, Electric
  • — for Gas Calorific Value (Sigma Instrument
  • Co., Ltd.), 448*
  • — Gas-Mixture (Keith Blackman, Ltd.), 546*
  • — Temperature (Elliott Brothers (London),
  • Ltd.), 575*
  • “ Convair XP5Y-1 ” Ocean-Patrol Flying Boat, 329*
  • Convention on British Contribution to Television, 553. 603. See Erratum, 619
  • — on Electrical Contacts, 501
  • Converter Equipment for High-Voltage Direct- Current Power Transmission, 477
  • Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Ltd., 4,000-lb., Petrol-Driven Fork-Lift Truck, 678*
  • Conveying Plant for Straw Bales (G. W. King, Ltd.), 313*
  • Conveyor Belting for Mines at Mechanical Handling Exhibition, 753
  • Rubber, Specification, 155
  • — for Billets for Automatic Extrusion Plant,
  • 393*
  • — Control, Automatic, by Punched Cards
  • (G. W. King, Ltd.), 752
  • — Cullet, for Glass-Making Materials, 663*
  • — Driving Head (Crofts (Engineers), Ltd.),
  • 677*
  • — Grain, Buenos Aires Elevator, 788*
  • — Raw-Materials, Margam Steelworks, 1*
  • — Scraper, on Coal Delivery Lorry, 616*
  • — Transportable (Fourways (Engineers), Ltd.),
  • 755*
  • — Tunnel for 90,000-ton Sulphate of
  • Ammonia Silo, 449*
  • — Vibratory-Trough, and Screen (McKenzie &
  • Brown, Ltd.), 641*
  • Tube (McKenzie and Brown, Ltd.), 641*
  • Cook, R. M., on Determination of Hydrogen in Liquid Steel, 673
  • Cook, S', S., the Late, 688*
  • Cooking Range, Solid-Fuel, Heavy-Duty, Specification, 732
  • Cooler, Water, for Waste-Heat Recovery, Plant, 744*. See Erratum, 824
  • Cooling Tower, Natural-Draught, Performance of, 315
  • — — Reinforced-Concrete, Acton Lane “ B ”
  • Power Station, 77*
  • — Water Intake, Reinforced-Concrete, for
  • Coryton Oil Refinery, 332*
  • — — System, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735* Cooper, A., and Sons, Ltd., Maintenance Workshop of Steel, Peech and Tozer, 765*, 805*
  • Cooper, A. B., on Mechanical Engineering Around Bristol, 783, 817
  • Cooper Bessemer Co., Ltd., Six-Stage Compressor for Ammonia Synthesis Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 290*
  • Copenhagen-Bornholm Service, M.S. " Konge- dybet,” 491*
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — for Alternator Rotor Windings, Properties
  • of 424
  • Copper Mine, Nkana, Northern Rhodesia, Diorama of, 817
  • — Powder, Oxide-Reduced, Production and
  • Properties, of, 424
  • — Raw, Methods of Analysis of, Specification,
  • 256
  • — Wire, Enamelled, Round, Specification, 756
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Core-Drying Stove, Continuous Vertical (Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd.)', 545*
  • Corlett, Dr. E. C. B., on Aluminium as Shipbuilding Materia], 413
  • Corrosion Investigations by Babcock and Wilcox Ltd., 800, 813
  • — of Propellers. See Propellers
  • — in Ships, Investigations in, 158
  • — Stress, in Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys,
  • 513
  • Cort, R., and Son, Ltd., Automatic Screening, Weighing and Bagging Unit, 710*
  • Corti, Prof. U. A., on Development of International Drinking Water Standards, 718
  • Coryton Oil Refinery, Cooling-Water Intake for, 332*
  • Cosslett, Dr; V. E,, on X-Ray Tube with Magnetic Lens, 690
  • Costain-John Brown, Ltd., Transporter for Large Steel Cylinder, 667*
  • Coupling, Flexible, for Shafts (Metaducts, Ltd.), 578*
  • — for Trailers and Semi-Trailers, 90
  • Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., Diesel- Engined 10,000-lb. Fork-Lift- Trucks, 752
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insulation
  • Cowan, G. M„ the Late, 650
  • Cowes, Isie of Wight, Diesel-Electric Chain Ferry for, 808*
  • Cowlishaw, Walker and Co., Ltd., 100-ton Power Press, 641*
  • Cox, H. L., on Buckling of Struts, 340*. See 804
  • Cox, Brig. M. H., Artificial-Fertiliser Factory, Sindri, India, 44*, 289*
  • Crack Detection, Fluorescent Ink for (Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 724*
  • — Detector, Magnetic Portable (Solus-Schall,
  • Ltd.), 470*
  • Cracking Plant, Catalytic, Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • Craik, R. L., on Sintering of Copper-Zinc Powder Compacts, 424
  • Cranes (Dereham), Ltd., Oilfield-Equipment Transporter with Tipping Body, 284*
  • Crane, 20-ton, Coles (Steels Engineering Products, Ltd.), 677*
  • — Derrick, Hand, Steam and Electric, Repair
  • Depot, Hillingdon, 406*
  • — Diesel Locomotive, 5-ton (T. Smith and Sons
  • (Rodley), Ltd.), 710*
  • — Electric, Stacreep Control for (British
  • Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 710
  • — Installation for Welded Prefabricated Ship
  • Construction, 823*
  • — Mobile 10-ton (R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd.), 710* 3-ton Oil-Driven “ Staffa ” (Chamberlain
  • Industries, Ltd.), 202*
  • — Overhead, 300-ton, Abbey Steelworks, Port
  • Talbot, 3
  • — — Travelling, Radio Control for (Vaughan
  • Crane Co., Ltd.), 752
  • — See also Transporters
  • Cranfield, Conference, Aslib Aeronautical Group, 467
  • Crankcases, Engine, Explosions in, Investigations on, 632*, 661*, 695*
  • — Explosions in Marine Oil Engines, Investi
  • gations on, 187
  • Crankshafts, Built-Up, Gas Bubbles at Shrinkage Boundaries of, Investigations on, 550
  • — Cast, Torsional Fatigue Testing Machine for,
  • 25*
  • — for Medium-Size Diesel-Engine Production,
  • 649*
  • Cranston, Dr. J. P., on Sintering of Copper-Zinc Powder Compacts, 424
  • Crawley Industrial Products, Ltd., Bottle- Crating Machine, 752
  • Creep of Copper Rotor Windings, 424
  • — Tests. See under Tests (Materials) Cremer Report on Chemical Engineering
  • Research, 626
  • Creosote, Use for Timber Preservation, 525
  • Crewe Works of British Rollmakers Corporation, Ltd., 777*
  • Critical Speed Calculations, Tabular Methods for, 674*, 704*
  • Crofts (Engineers), Ltd., Swarf-Feeding Device for Foundry Cupolas, 459* ; Conveyor Driving Head, 677* ; Motor-Driven Roller Unit for Tube Handling, 677*
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Moving-Iron Voltmeter, 700* ; Moving Iron Ammeter, 700*
  • Crompton, T. A., the Late, 468
  • Crone and Taylor, Ltd., 25-ft. Light Mobile Stacker, 755*
  • Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • Crusher, Rock, Balanced-Jaw “ Kue-Ken ” (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Ironfounders), Ltd., 203*
  • Crystal, Metal, Plastic Deformation of, Investigations on, 580
  • — Structure Investigations, Optical Apparatus
  • for, 690
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Microphotographs
  • Cuerel, J., on Prestressed -Concrete Construction, 318
  • Cullemeyer Railway Wagon Transporter, 124*
  • Cullen, Dr. A. L., Demonstration of Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves Along Conductors, 690
  • Culvert, Cooling-Water, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*
  • Cumberland Hotel, London, Structural Stresses in, 58*
  • Cupolas, Foundry, Swarf-Feeding Device for (Crofts (Engineers), Ltd.), 459*
  • — Reactions in, Investigations on, 760
  • Cutters, Milling. See MiZZing under Machine Tools
  • Cutting Machine, Universal, Oxy-Acetylene (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 215*
  • Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects in, 358
  • — Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • “ Cyclone ” Boiler Unit for Combustion Tests, 800*
  • Cyclotron, from Stone-Age Hearth. Man and Chemical Elements (Review), 200
  • Cylinder, Steel, Large, Transporter for, 667*
  • DADSWELL, Dr. C. J., on Effect of Mechanisation in Foundries, 758
  • “ Daily Mail ” Ideal Home Exhibition, Olympia, 307
  • Dam, Loyne and Cluanie, Use of Blast-Furnace Slag in, 635
  • — at Poulaphuca, Golden Falls, Leixlip,
  • Cathaleen’s Fall and Cliff Hydro-Electric Stations, 772*
  • — World’s Four Highest in United States, 818 Dampers, Hydraulic, for Motor Cars, 381
  • “ Dangerous ” Machinery, Legal Decisions, 340
  • Daventry Radio Transmitter, Unattended Operation of, 412
  • Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 500-b.h.p. Diesel Engines for Railcars, 201; 400-h.p. Diesel Engine for Oil-Well Drilling Equipment, 461*
  • Davies, Capt. H. L., on Cold Reduction Tin- Plate Plant at Trostre, 629*. See 558,592
  • Davies, Prof. S. J., on Performance of Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine, 738*, 768*, 802*
  • Davis, B., on Annealing of Copper and Copper Alloys, 455. See 483
  • Davis, J. D., on Utilisation of Anti-Knock Fuel in Automobile Engines, 278
  • Davis, R. W. G., Breathing Apparatus for Use in Sewers, 817
  • Dawson Washing Plant for Oil-Engine Castings, 584*
  • Day, J., Inventor of Crankcase Compression Engine, 527
  • Deckhouses of Aluminium Alloy, Scantlings of, 708
  • Decomposition Plant for Ammonia Sulphate Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 291*
  • de Decker, Dr. H. C. J., on Review of International Symposium on Abrasion and Wear, 699
  • Defence, Estimates 1952-53, Statement on, 273
  • — Ministry of, on Acceptance of Unified
  • System of Screw Threads, 751
  • Definitions, Terms and Symbols for Gas Quantities in Internal-Combustion Engines, 256
  • Deformation, Plastic, of Metals, Investigations' on, 580
  • Degreasers, Solvent-Emulsion, for Metals (Sunbeam Anti-Corrosives, Ltd.), 42
  • Degreasing Plant, Alkali (Orcene Co., Ltd.), 764*
  • de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., “ Comet ” Air Liner, Series 2, 288*; “Comet” Jet- Propelled Air Liner, 402, 591; Performance of “ Vampire ” N.F.10, 635
  • de la Rue, R., and Co., Ltd., Infra-Red Drying Tunnel, 545*
  • Delft, Conference on Abrasion and Wear. See A6r«rs»on and Wear Conference, Delft
  • Delft, Rubber-Stitching, Tyre-Testing Machine at, 725*
  • De-Nationalisation of Iron and Steel Industry, 497
  • -of Road-Transport Industry, 497
  • Denison, S., and Son, Ltd., Creep Testing Machine, 107*
  • Denny, W., and Brothers, Ltd., S.S. “ Norman- nia,” 349*
  • Deposits in Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines, 250*
  • Derby Station, Laying of First Bessemer Steel Rail, 181
  • Derricks. See Cranes
  • “ Derwent V ” Jet Engines in “ Lucy Ashton,” 159*
  • Design and Basic Engineering Standards, 380*, 411*
  • Desoutter, M„ the Late, 498
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Desulphurisation of Iron by Lime, Pilot-Scale Trials, 604
  • Detector, Crack, Fluorescent Ink for (Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 724*
  • Magnetic Portable (Solus-Schall, Ltd.), 470*
  • Developing Unit for X-Ray Film (Nucleonic and Radiological Developments, Ltd.), 415*
  • Devereux, Col. W. C., the Late, 816*
  • Dewpoint Hygrometer, Automatic (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 634*
  • Diagram Plotter, Nyquist (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 426
  • Diameters, Standard Nominal, for Metric and Inch Units, 244
  • " Diana,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 790
  • Dick, J„ on Fatigue Testing Machine for Ceramic Materials, 422*
  • Dickie, W. H., on High-Powered Single-Screw Cargo Liners, 582
  • Dickinson, Dr. H. W., Obituary of, 242, 276* ; His Work on History of Technology, 248
  • Diderot, D., Work on Technology, 247
  • Die-Block Plant of W. Somers, Ltd., at Halesowen, 617*
  • — Casting Foundry, Pressure, for Light Alloys
  • (High Duty Alloys, Ltd.), 297*. See Erratum, 428
  • Machine, Herbert-Reed-Prentice (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 614*
  • — — Machine, IMP-96 (A. Herbert, Ltd.),
  • 614*
  • — Conduit, Dimensions of, Specification, 480 Dieppedalle, Electric Power Station, France,
  • 385*
  • Diesel Engine Users Association, Annual Luncheon, 527
  • . ; See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • Differential Gear. See Gear
  • Diffraction Gratings at National Physical Laboratory, 804
  • Digging Machine. See Excavator
  • Dimensional Analysis and Theory of Models (Review), 322
  • Dinsmore, Dr. R. P., on Economic and Physical Aspects of GR-S Rubber, 719
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Dirt, Hydraulic Lock Due to, 510*. See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752
  • Distillation Receivers, Specification, 811
  • — Unit at Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • —; — Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 733*
  • Distington Engineering Co., Ltd., “ Carlisle ” , Road Grader, 541*
  • Diving Equipment of Leonardo da Vinci, 560* Dock Gates, Welded (Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd.), 722*
  • — Pontoon, Floating, for Flying Boats, 382*
  • — Surrey, London, Rolling Lift Bridge for,
  • 396*
  • Doctor-Treatment Plant, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 734*
  • Documents and Technical Information Unit, Services of, 527
  • Domestic Appliances Burning Solid Fuel, Flues for, Code of Practice, 256
  • — Electric Water-Heating Installation, Code
  • of Practice, 256
  • -r Heating Appliances, Improvements in Efficiency, 337
  • Appliances, Investigations on, 653 Efficiency of Coal, Gas, and Electricity for, 621. See LETTERS, 689, 752, 815
  • -> by Solid Fuel, Investigations On, 827
  • Don and Volga Canal, Completion of, 783 Donald, R. S., the Late, 46
  • Doncaster, Train Derailment at, Report on, 160 Donkin, B., on Electrical Plant Sizes and Boiler Groupings, 153*, 188*
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 3*
  • Double Helical Gears. See Gears
  • — Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Dougherty, R. W., on Hydraulic Transportation of Coal, 171
  • Dow-Mac (Products), Ltd., Prestressed-Con- crete Sheet Piling, 272*
  • — Prize Competition, Illuminating Engineer
  • ing Society, 191
  • Dowel Pins, Parallel, Steel, Specification, 320 Downs, D„ on “ Knock ” Research, 278 Dowson <fc Mason Gas Plant Co., Ltd., Continuous Bright-Annealing Gas-Fired Furnace,- 223;* Portable-Cover Gas-Fired Furnace, 544*
  • Dowty Equipment, Ltd., Variable-Delivery Hydraulic Pump, 445*; Hydraulic Selector Valve with Electric Control, 668* Doxford, W., and Sons, Ltd., Shipyard Re- Organisation for Welded Prefabricated Construction, 821*
  • Drabert, Fr., Sohne, Guillotine for Sheet Metal, 255*
  • Drafting Machines (Mavitta Drafting Machines, Ltd.), 645
  • Drainage Board, Birmingham, Tame and Rea, Report for 1949-51, 308
  • — of Firedamp from Mines, Report on, 178 Drakelow “ A ” Power Station, 204* Draw-Works of Oil-Well Drilling Equipment
  • for Tunisia, 460*
  • Dredging Craft, Types, Examples and Performance of, 377*, 409*, 441*
  • — Machines of Leonardo da Vinci, 560*
  • “ Dri-Por ” Method of Repairing Concrete Piles, 237*.\See Erratum, 455
  • Drills and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Drilling Equipment, Oil-Well, for Tunisia (Oil Well Engineering Co., Ltd.), 460*
  • Drinking Water Standards, International, Development of, 718
  • Drives, Variable-Speed Rectifier-Motor, 61*
  • Driver, G., and Son, Ltd., Enclosed Vibratory Screen, 753*; Feeder Conveyor, with Automatic Feed Mechanism, 753*
  • Driving Chains. See Chains
  • Drop Forgers and Stampers, National Association of, Memorandum on Productivity, 517
  • — Forging Industry, British, Increase of
  • Productivity by, 517
  • Drum, Oil, Explosions in, Experiments on, 183 Drummond, D., the Late, 430
  • Drummond Patents (Holdings), Ltd., Flue-Gas Washing Plant, Birmingham Gas Works, 140*
  • Dryers for Compressed Air and Industrial Gases (Birlec, Ltd.), 543*
  • — - Foundry, Gas-Fired (F. J. Ballard and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 545
  • Drying Ovens, Infra-Red, for Motor Cars (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 236*
  • — Plant for Grain, Buenos Aires Elevator, 788*
  • — Tunnel, Infra-Red (T. de la Rue and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 545*
  • Dump Truck, 154-b.h.p. Oil-Engined “ Euclid” (J. Blackwood Hodge and Co., Ltd.), 541*
  • Duncan, Sir A. R„ the Late, 436*
  • Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Apprentice-Training School, Manchester, 651
  • Du Pont-Grasselli Abrasion-Testing Machine, 725*
  • Durham University, Investigation on Overturning of Piles, 134*
  • Dursley, Diesel-Engine Factory of R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 647*
  • Dusseldorf, International Conference on Hot- Dip Galvanising, Programme, 655
  • Dust, Coal. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Collecting System, Buenos Aires Elevator,
  • 788*
  • — Flue,' Investigations on Sampling of, 229*,
  • 261*. See LETTER, 436
  • Dutch. See Holland
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Dynamometer, Installations by Heenan and Froude, Ltd., 826*
  • — See also Torsionmeter
  • Dyson 100-ton Trailer, 122*
  • “ EAGLE,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier, 373*
  • Earnings of Industry: Truth About Prices and Profits (Review), 113
  • Earth-Moving Equipment (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd.), 542*
  • East African Railways, 2-8-2 Type Locomotives for, 73*
  • — Midlands Gas Board, Gas-Fired Crucible Furnace, 544*
  • Eatwell, H. J., on Octane Numbersin Relation, to Road Performance, 279. See LETTER, 468
  • “ Ebro,” M.S., Royal Mail Cargo Liner, 819 Economic Situation, Government Statement on, 146
  • Economics, Industrial. See Labour
  • Economy, Fuel. ? See FweZ *
  • Edeleanu, Dr. C„ on Stress-Corrosion in Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys, 513
  • Eden, J. J., on Standard Nominal Diameters for Metric and Inch Units, 244
  • Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd., Pen-Oscillograph Equipment, 426

Education :

  • Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering College, Chelsea, 196*
  • Apprenticeship Scheme of Lockheed Organisation, 124
  • Apprentices. See also Zaftour
  • Birmingham University, Mechanical Harmonic Analyser, 52*, 68*; Investigations on Thermodynamics of Humid Air, 609*; Establishment of S. J. Ellis Memorial Lectureship, 650
  • Bristol University, Investigations on Lateral Stability of Unrestrained Beams, 65*, 99* Model of Engineering Building, 817
  • Cambridge University, Investigations on Structural Analysis, 92*; Report on Engineering Department, 297; Investigation on Elasto-Plastic Stressc s in Transversely-Loaded Beams, 359*, 389*
  • Chemical Engineers, Training of, 626 College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering, Chelsea, 196*
  • Durham University, Investigation of Overturning of Piles, 134*
  • Education, Ministry of, Scholarships in Production Technology and Management, 299 ; Training Scheme for Merchant-Navy Officers, 615. See 211
  • — and Productivity, Sir H. Kipping on,
  • 307
  • E. M.I. Institutes, Scholarships in Electronic Engineering, 663
  • Engineering Education in United States, 114
  • Graz Technical High School, Tests of Jen- bach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine, 738*, 768*, 802*
  • Harwell Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Course on Electronics, 169
  • King’s College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Investigation of Air-Cooled Gas- Turbine Blades, 21*
  • Leverhulme Research Fellowships and Grants, 655
  • Maudslay Society Scholarships, Award of, 687
  • Merchant-Navy Engineer Officers, Training Scheme for, 651. See 211
  • Metallurgical Students, Growth in Numbers in United-Kingdom Colleges, 395
  • Mond Nickel Fellowships, Aims and Objects, 314
  • National Foundry College, Report 1948-51 506
  • Newton Chambers and Co., Ltd., Training Scheme of, 495
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Lectures on Liquid Fuels, 203
  • Nottingham University, Investigations with Potential Flow Tank, 292*
  • Oxford University, Fatigue-Testing Machine for Ceramics, 422*
  • Production Engineers, Institution of, Summer School, Programme, 489
  • Research Work, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 340
  • School of Gas-Turbine Technologv, Courses at, 251
  • Sheffield University, Investigations on Coke, 760*
  • Shipwrights, Worshipful Company of, Apprentices’ Competitirn, 275
  • Swansea University College, Investigation on Overturning of Piles, 134*
  • Teachers in Technical Institutions, Association of, Annual Conference, 751
  • Technological Education, Higher, 20. See LETTERS, 148, 403, 497'
  • Training of Engineers, 54
  • — of Mercantile-Marine Engineer Officers,
  • 211, 651
  • United States, Engineering Education in, 114
  • University College London, Annual Report, 307; Flying-Spot Microscope, 689
  • — Development, Report of University Grants Committee, 266. See LETTER. 403
  • — and Potential Ability in the Population,
  • 401
  • — and Scientific Man-Power, 687, 717 See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., Heavy-Duty Bar- Cropping Machine, 182* ; Shearing and Cropping Machine, 613*; 17-ton Press Brake, 613*; Dowel and End-Forming Machine, 613* ; Turret Saw Bench, 614*
  • Edwards, W., and Co. (London), Ltd., Quartz- Crystal Frequency-Control Unit, 471*
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Eoilers
  • — of Engines. See Engines
  • Egerton, Sir A., on Methane and Coal, 678
  • Electric :
  • Accumulator Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo Ammeter, Moving-Iron (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 700*
  • —- Voltmeter, Clip-On (Ferranti, Ltd.), 544*
  • Amplifier, Selective (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 426*
  • Arc Furnaces. See Furnace, -Electric ?— Welding. See Welding
  • Battery Units for Mine-Shaft Signalling (Nife Batteries, Ltd.), 86*
  • -— Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles ; Motor Truck
  • Betatron, 31-MeV, at Zurich University Radiological Institute, 412
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 275 ; Experiments on Wind Power, 445 ; Report on High- Voltage Direct-Current Power Transmission, 477*
  • and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Annual Dinner, 147; Jubilee of, 526 ; Annual Luncheon, 559
  • Power Convention. See British Electrical Power Convention
  • — Electricity Authority, Generating-Plant
  • Construction, in 1951, 54; Action Lane “ B” Power Station, 77*. See Errafton, 152; Helicopter for Erecting Transmission Line, 128*; Programme of New Generating Plant, 132. See LETTER, 212; Plant Sizes and Boiler Groupings in Power Stations. 153*, 188* ; Drakelow- “ A ” Power Station, 204* ; Fulham Power Station, 300* ; Wind-Power Generation at Mynydd Anelog, North Wales, 343 ; Effect of Sudden Load Reduction on Electricity Supply Conditions, 479* ; Thermal Efficiency of British Power Stations, 583
  • Cables for High-Voltage Direct-Current Power Transmission, 477*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects in,
  • 265
  • — 33-kV, for Manchester-Sheffield-Wath
  • Railway, 164*
  • — Thermocouple Twin Compensating,
  • Colour Code for, Specification. 756
  • Calibrator, Milliwatt, Direct-Current (Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd.), 281*
  • Circuit, Electric, Transients in, Using Heaviside Operational Calculus (Review), 67
  • Coil, Field, of High-Speed Alternators, 442*
  • Conducting Films, Transparent, on Glass, Investigations on, 333
  • Conductors for High-Voltage Direct Current, 477*
  • Contacts, Theory and Practice of, 501 Converter Equipment for High-Voltage
  • Direct-Current Power Transmission, 477
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Dielectric Constant of Benzene, Determination of, 804
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Generator
  • Electrical-Engineering Industry, Position and Prospects in, 6,131. See LETTER, 212
  • — Equipment for British Multiple-Unit
  • Trains, 76*
  • Industry, Position and Prospects in. 6, 263. See Erratum, 297
  • for Rolling Lift Bridge for Surrey Docks Lock Entrance, 397*
  • — Practices, Graphical Symbols for,
  • Specification, 182
  • Electricity, Coal and Gas, Efficiency for Domesti c Heating, 621. See LETTER, 689, 752, 815
  • — Division, National Physical Labora
  • tory, Work of, 804
  • Electrodes for Metal-Arc Welding of Steel, Specification, 756
  • Electromagnetic Waves, Demonstration of Propagation Along Conductors, 690 Electronic Circuits, “ Transistors ” for, 690
  • — Engineering, Scholarships in, 663 Electronics Symposium and Exhibition,
  • Arrangements, 815
  • Frequency-Control Unit, Quartz-Crystal (W. Edwards and Co. (London), Ltd.), 471*
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo
  • “ Grid,” Economic Plant Sizes and Boiler Set Groupings on, 153*, 188*
  • Heating and Lighting Equipment for Newspaper Printing, 124, 150
  • High-Tension Systems, International Conference on, Paris, Programme, 109 ; Proceedings, 687, 749
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Ignition for Internal Combustion Engines. See Ignition
  • Induction Motors. See Motors, Electric Insulation for High-Speed Alternators, 442 Lamp Industry, Position and Prospects in, 265
  • — Manufacture of Glass Bulbs for, 662*
  • — Miners’, Charging Frame for (Oldham
  • and Son, Ltd.), 574*
  • Lifts, Electric. See Lifts
  • Lighting for Newspaper Printing, 124,150 Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators ; Motors ; Turbo Magnetos. See Ignition Mains. See Cables (above)
  • Meters, Electricity, Specification, 666
  • Electric— continued.
  • Meters-Testing Set, Polyphase (Ferranti Ltd.), 544*
  • — See also Ammeter above and Voltmeter below
  • Milliwatt Calibrator, Direct-Current (Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd.), 281*
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric Oil Switch. See' Switchgear Oscillator, Assembly, Local (Milliard,
  • Ltd.), 426*
  • Oscillograph Equipment, Pen (Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd.), 426
  • Photometer,Spherical Integrating (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • Power. See Power
  • — Stations. See Power Stations Pyrometer. See Pj/rowieter Railways. See Railways Rays. See X-Rays
  • Rectifier, Mercury, 1,000-kW, 500-volt
  • Mobile, Use in Plant Breakdown, 635 — Mining, 50-kW (English Electric Co.,
  • Ltd.), 641*
  • — Motor, Variable-Speed Drives, 61*
  • — 700-kW, for Rolling-Mill Finishing Stands, Abbey Steelworks, 42*
  • — Steel-Cylinder, Manchester-Sheffield- Wath Railway, 165*
  • Relay, Delayed-Action, Electronic (Sunvic
  • Controls, Ltd.), 64*
  • Resistances, Starting, for Multiple-Unit
  • Electric Trains, 76*
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See
  • Rolling Mills
  • Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays Rural Electrification in Ontario, 19. See
  • Erratum, 298
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric Street Railways. See Tramways Substation. See Substation
  • Switchgear; See Switchgear; Motors, Electric
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telephony. See Telephony Thermocouple Twin Compensating Cables,
  • Colour Code for, Specification, 756 Traction. See Locomotives, Electric ; Trolley ’Bus; Railways ; Tramways Tramways. See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers “ Transistors ” for Electronic Circuits, 690 Tube, Cathode-Ray, for Television, Manufacture of, 603
  • Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators Vacuum Tubes. See Vacuum Tubes ;
  • Rbntgen
  • Voltmeter-Ammeter, Clip-On (Ferranti,
  • Ltd.), 544*
  • — Moving-Iron (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 700*
  • Water-Heating Installations, Domestic, Code of Practice, 256
  • Waves, Electromagnetic, Demonstration of Propagation Along Conductors, 690 See also Telegraphy, Wireless Welding. See Welding
  • Wire Industry, Position and Prospects, 265 Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy;
  • Radar; Radio ; Television
  • — Telephony. See Telephony; Radar ; Radio; Television
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electric Construction Co., Ltd., 800-h.p Motor for Edger Mill at Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 4*; Motor Alternator Generator Set, 640*; Direct On Starter for Squirrel-Cage Electric Motor, 640*
  • Electric and Musical Industries, Ltd., Transmission LiDe for Kirk o’ Shotts Television Station, 361 ; Equipment for Lime Grove Television Studios, 518*; Training in Electronic Engineering, 663
  • Electrical Engineers, American, Visit to Great Britain,, 275

Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Annual Dinner, 307 Annual Report, 662
  • Electricity in Newspaper Printing, by A.. T. Robertson, 124*, 150*
  • Faraday Medal, Award to Prof. E. O. Lawrence, 211
  • Sir A. Fleming and Sir E. Appleton, Election as Honorary Members, 211 Electronic Telephone Exchanges, by T. H
  • Flowers, 447
  • Kelvin Lecture on Iron Atoms in Service of Electrical Engineers, by Sir C. Goodeve, 551
  • Radio Section :
  • Should Further Television Development Be Concentrated on Colour to Exclusion of .Black-and-White, by L. C. Jesty, 179
  • Conuention on British, Contribution to Television :
  • Television Development, by Sir N. Ashbridge, 553
  • History of Tele vision, by G. R. M. Garratt and A. H. Mumford, 553. See Erratum, 619
  • Programme Organisation, by D. C. Birkinshaw, 603
  • Television Broadcasting ‘Stations, by P. A. T. Bevan, 603
  • Wave Propagation and Television, by Dr. R. L. Smith-Rose, 603
  • Permanent Point-to-Point Links for Relaying Television, by H. Faulkner, 603
  • industrial Television, by Dr. -R. C. G. Williams, 603
  • Valves and Cathode-Ray Tubes for Television, by J. D. Stephenson,
  • F. H. Powell, T. W. Price and F. M. Walker, 603
  • Television as Communication Problem, by L. C. Jesty, 603
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of— continued.
  • British Domestic Receivers, by A. J. Biggs and E. O. Holland, 603 Supply Section:
  • Economic Plant Sizes and Boiler-Set Groupings on British Grid, by B. Donkin and P. H. Margen, 153*, 188* Natural-Draught Water-Cooling Towers, by H. Chilton, 315*
  • High-Speed Salient-Pole Alternators for Water-Power Plants, by E. M. Johnson and C. P. Holder, 442*
  • Utilization Section:
  • Rectifier-Motor Variable-Speed Drives, by P. Bingley, 61*
  • Logical Approach to Problems of Space Warming by Electricity, by D. H. Parry, 476
  • East Midland Centre:
  • Convention on Electrical Contracts, 501 Electrical Engineers, Supervising, Association of. See Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of
  • Electrodes for Metal-Arc Welding of Steel, Specification, 756
  • Electromagnets, Ltd., Magnetic Separator, 577* ; “ Boxmag ” Feeder Head, 578
  • Electromagnetic Waves. See Electric and Radio
  • Electronic Optics, Elements of (Review), 418
  • — Telephone Exchanges, Equipment of, 447 Electronics Symposium and Exhibition,
  • Arrangements, 815
  • Elevator Belting, Rubber, Specification, 155
  • — Grain, in Argentina, 785*
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 405; 10-Channel Strain Display Equipment, 574*; Temperature Controller, 575* ; Automatic Dewpoint Hygrometer. 634*
  • Ellis, F., on Cold Rolling with Strip Tension, 608
  • Ellis, S. J., Memorial Lectureship. Establishment at Birmingham University, 650
  • Ellwood, Dr. E. C., on Oxide-Reduced Copper Powder, 424
  • Elsdon, C. G.R., the Late, 302
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • E.M.I. Institutes, Scholarships in Electronic Engineering, 663
  • Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress, 1953, Australia and ’ New Zealand, Arrangements for, 211
  • Employees. See Labour Employers’ Liability. See Laftowr Employment. See Labour
  • Emulsion Degreasers, “ Stripalene ’ for Metals, 42
  • Endurance Tests. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Enfield Cables, Ltd., 100-kW Wind-Power Generator, 343
  • Engines, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
  • — Chemical Attack by Lubricants in, 693*
  • — Crankcases, Explosions in, Investigations
  • on, 187, 632*, 661*, 695*
  • — Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion; Motorships
  • — Fire. See Fire Equipment
  • — Gas, Manufacture by National Gas and Oil
  • Engine Co., Ltd., 584*
  • — — Mixing and Governing Valve for
  • (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 32* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Indicators. See Indicators
  • — Internal-Combustion, Explosions in Crank
  • cases of, 187, 632*, 661*, 695*
  • Combustion, Gas Quantities in, Symbols, Terms and Definitions for, 256
  • Combustion, Methane as Fuel for, 678 Combustion, Two-Stroke, Day, Crankcase Compression, 527
  • —• — Combustion. See also TwrMnes, Gas
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Diesel, 500-b.h.p., Davey-Paxman for
  • Railcars, 201
  • Diesel, 420-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder Mirrlees, Waste-Heat Recovery from, 744*. See ERRATUM, 824
  • Diesel, Manufacture by National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 584*
  • Diesel, Marine, Developments in, 187 513,537
  • Diesel, Marine, Explosions in Crankcases of, 187, 632*, 661*, 695*
  • — Diesel, Marine, 4,400-b.h.p. Four-
  • Cylinder, Barclay Curle-Doxford, 681 Diesel, Marine, 3,600-b.h.p., M.S.
  • “ Auricula,” Burning of Boiler Fuels in, 501
  • Diesel. Medium Size. Production:' by J. and J. McLaren, Ltd., 364*
  • Diesel, 400-h.p., for Oil-Well Drilling Equipment (Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 461*
  • Diesel, Production by R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 647*
  • — — Diesel, 180-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Rolls-
  • Royce Ltd.), 257*
  • Diesel, 125-b.h.p., for Twin-Engined Trains (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 520*
  • Diesel, 16-h.p. Two-Cylinder (R. A. Lister and Co;, Ltd.), 647*
  • Diesel. See also Motorships; Marine Propulsion ; Diesel Engine Users Association
  • Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical, Performance of, 738*, 768*, 802*
  • Marine, Auxiliary, Fuels for, 249*, 281* Marine, 2,700-b.h.p. Seven-Cylinder B. and W., M.S. “ Kongedybet,” 491*
  • See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
  • Motor-Car, Grinding Machine for Pistons of (A. Scrivener, Ltd.), 417*
  • Motor-Car, Investigations on “ Knock ” in, 278. See LETTER, 468
  • See also Aeronautics ; Motor Gars
  • — Steam, Marine. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Turbines
  • Engines See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Engineers, Advocation of Publicity for, 339
  • — American Army, and River Works
  • (Review), 579
  • — in-Charge, Institution of, Annual Dinner,
  • 655
  • — in Chemical Works (Review), 451
  • — Council for Professional Development,
  • Annual Report, 114
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — Production, Institution of. See Production
  • — and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution
  • of, Considering Dredging Craft, by
  • D. W. Low, 377*, 409*, 441*
  • Engineering Apprentices. See Education and Labour
  • — Centenaries in 1952,18
  • — Contracts. See Contracts ; Legal Engineering Diamonds, Ltd., Radius Tool for
  • Grinding Wheels, 384*
  • — Division, National Physical Laboratory,
  • Work of, 804. See LETTER, 340*
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Enterprise in, Address on, 54
  • — Laboratories. See Laboratories ; National
  • Physical
  • — Metrology, Development of, 369 ENGINEERING, New Front Cover for, 17, 53 Engineering Outlook, 5, 37, 102, 131, 166, 197
  • 230, 263,294, 326, 338, 356. See LETTER 212. See Errata, 297
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Standards. See Standards
  • — Work of Leonardo da Vinci. 560*, 580*
  • See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • —- Works. See IPorl's
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., Motors for 45-in Slabbing Rolling Mill, Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 4* ; Transformer and Switchgear for Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India 44*, 289; Electrical Equipment for Multiple-Unit Trains, 76*; 60-MW
  • Turbo Generator, Drakelow “A” Power Station, 205; Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267 ; 60-MW Turbo-Generator, 300*; 3,600-h.p. 3,000-Volt Direct- Current Electric. Locomotive, 562*; Standard Induction Electric Motor, 517 ; 50-kW Mining Rectifier, 641*; 50-kW Excitrons, 641*; 25-kW Induction
  • Heater, 641*; 15-MW Poulaphuca
  • Hydro-Electric Plant, 773*; 4-MW Golden Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, 773* Equilibrium Diagrams, Alloys. See Metallurgy. Erne, River, Cathaleen’s Fall and Cliff Hydro-
  • Electric Plants, 772*
  • Erosion, Wear by, Investigations on, 594*, 625*
  • Errochty Hydro-Electric Scheme, 16*
  • Escher Wyss A.G., 50,000-kW Steam Turbine, Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 385* : 4-MW Kaplan Turbines, 774
  • Estrade, J. (1857-1936), Memorial to, 719
  • Euclid (Great Britain), Ltd., 9-7-Cub. Yd. Dump Truck, 541*; 154-b.h.p. Oil-
  • Engined Dump Truck, 541*
  • Europe, Steel Production and Consumption, Trends in, 622
  • European Co-operation on Nuclear Physics, Proposals for, 340
  • — Engineering Industry, Survey of, Report.
  • 338
  • — Sanitary Engineers Conference, Rome.
  • See Sanitary Engineers, European Conference, Rome
  • Evans, C. J., on Electric Furnaces for Thermal Treatment, of Non-Ferrous Metals, and Alloys, 455. See 483
  • Evans, Dr. J. C., on Comparator for Measuring Variation in Diameter of Wires, 529*
  • Evans, W., and Partners, Prestressed-Concrete Road Bridge, Abertillery, 413*
  • Evaporators, “ Krystal,” for Ammonia Sulphate Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 291*
  • Ewbank and Partners, Ltd., Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • Excavators, Dragline, Walking, RapierW.1400 Model of, 816
  • Exchanges, Telephone, Electronic, Equipment of, 447
  • Exchanger, Heat (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd.), 645*
  • for Marine Gas Turbine, 147 for Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 9* —1— Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 734*
  • — — for Waste-Heat Recovery Plant, 744*.
  • See ERRATUM, 824
  • Excitrons, 50-kW (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 641*
  • Exhibition, Alchemical Books, Science. Museum, 814
  • — British Industries Fair, 541*, 557, 573*
  • 612*, 618, 639*, 650, 669*
  • — Colombo Plan, Ceylon, 147, 267
  • — Colour and Light in Industry, 623
  • — and Conferences, Forthcoming, 119, 279,
  • 407, 531, 691, 819
  • — “Daily Mail” Ideal Home, Olympia, 307
  • — Engineering, Instution of Civil Engineers,
  • 816
  • — Leonardo da Vinci, Royal Academy, 307,
  • 465, 560*, 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784 —- Mechanical Handling, Olympia, 677*, 709*, 751, 752*, 795*, 821*
  • — of Multi-Gauging Equipment, 149*
  • — Scientific Apparatus, Physical Society’s, 51,
  • 348. 404*, 425*, 470*. See ERRATUM. 491 Instruments, Royal Society’s Conversazione, 689
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Expansion, Isentropic, Investigations on Thermodynamics of Humid Air, 609*
  • Expeller, Oil, for Groundnuts, 323* Experimental Tank. See Tank Explosions, Colliery. See Accidents
  • — Crankcase, In Marine Oil Engines, Investi
  • gations on, 187
  • — in Engine Crankcases, Investigations on,
  • 632*,661*,695*
  • — Flames and Combustion of Gases (Review),
  • 260
  • — in Oil Drums and Tanks, Report on, 183 Explosion-Suppression Equipment for Tanks, (Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 11* Exponential Functions e®, Tables of (Review) 355
  • Export Trade. See Trade; and Industries in PARAGRAPH TNDEX
  • Extensometers, Martens-Type (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 108*
  • Extraction Plant, Solvent, Continuous, for “ Ardill ” Fibre Meal, 323*
  • Extrusion Machine, Triple-Screw, for Plastics (R. H. Windsor, Ltd.), 481*
  • — Plant. Automatic, Aston Chain and Hook Co., Ltd., 374*, 392*
  • FACTORY Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Artificial-Fertiliser. Sindri, India, 44*
  • 289*,449*
  • — Blackburn, of Mullard, Ltd., Vertical Drawing of Glass Tubing, 701*
  • — Chief Inspector of, Annual Report, 274
  • — Design in Relation to Industrial Trucks, 632
  • — Diesel-Engine, of National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 584*
  • — Experimental, for Valves, Whyteleafe, Surrey, 427*
  • — Extension, Use of Frameweld Reinforcement in, 792*
  • — Fuel, Heat and Power Auditing Surveys of, 415
  • — Knitwear, of Pasolds, Ltd., Waste-Heat
  • Recovery at, 744*. See Erratum, 824
  • — Maintenance in America, 466
  • — — Engineering Department, 467
  • — Management. See liorl's Management
  • — for Manufacture of Glass Bulbs, Harworth,
  • 662*
  • — Rubber and Plastics, Brynmawr, South
  • Wales, 437*
  • Fair, Trade. See Exhibition
  • Fans, Contra-Rotating for Ship Ventilation (Woods of Colchester, Ltd.), 45
  • — Ventilation (Keith Blackman, Ltd.), 547* Faraday Medal, Award to Prof. E. O. Lawrence,
  • 211
  • Farming. See AyricwZiwraZ; Tractors
  • Fatigue of Metals, New Observations on, 580
  • — Tests of Metals. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Faulkner, H., on Permanent Point-to-Point Links for Relaying Television, 603
  • Federation of British Industries, Annual General Meeting of Scottish Members, 115 ; Statement on National Fuel Policy, 267; Conference on Information Services and Industry, 371
  • Feed Pumps. See Pumps
  • — Water, Investigations on, 800*, 813
  • System, Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 386*
  • See also Water
  • Feeder, Conveyor, with Automatic Feed Mechanism (G. Driver and Son, Ltd.), 753*
  • — Head, “Boxmag” (Electromagnets, Ltd.),
  • 578
  • — Pulverised-Coal, for Uniform Flow, 243*
  • — Vibratory, “ Velofeeder ” (Simon Handling
  • Engineers, Ltd.), 754*
  • Fencing, Prestressed-Concrete, at William Girling Reservoir, Chingford, 759*
  • Ferguson Hydraulic System for Tractor Implements, 605*
  • Ferguson Pailin, Ltd., 3-3-kV Air Insulated Circuit-Breaker. 793*
  • Ferranti. Ltd., Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 405 ; “ Tesvac ” High Frequency Power Unit, 405; Polyphase Meter-Testing Set, 544* ; Clip-on Voltmeter-Ammeter, 544* ; Non-Magnetic Cast Iron, 544; Early Steam-Driven Alternator Sets, Information Required, 816
  • Ferro-Concrete. See Concrete, Reinforced, and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferry, Chain, Diesel-Electric, for Cowes. Isle of Wight, 808*
  • Fertiliser, Artificial, Factory, Sindri, India 44*,289*, 449*
  • —? Placing Machine, with Hydraulically- Actuated Cranked Axle, 606*
  • Fiat Company, Fiat G.80 Jet-Propelled Training Aircraft, 225*
  • Fibres, Abrasion-Testing Apparatus for, 727*
  • — Meal, “ Ardil,” Continuous Extraction
  • Plant for (Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd.), 323*
  • — Textile, Abrasion and Wear of, 310*
  • Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 2,000-ton Horizontal Extrusion Press, 374*, 392*
  • Film, Cinema, Experiments with Germanium, 690
  • Instructional, for Railway Staffs, 200 Mechanics of Cavitation, 536*, 566*, 597*
  • — Conducting, Transparent, on Glass, Investi
  • gations on, 333
  • — Strip on Use of Portable Electric Tools
  • (Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd.), 361
  • — X-Ray, Automatic Processing Unit for
  • (Nucleonic and Radiological Developments, Ltd.), 415*
  • Filter, Air, Multi-Brush (Heather Filters, Ltd.), 601*
  • — Endflow, for Ammonia Sulphate Plant,
  • Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 291*
  • — for Flue-Gas Washing Plant at Birmingham
  • Gas Works, 140*
  • Fire Equipment, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 736*
  • — in Passenger Train at Huntingdon, Report
  • on, 680
  • Firedamp in Mines, Drainage of, Report on, 178
  • — Explosions. See Accidents
  • Firth, T., and J. Brown, Ltd., Fabrication of Large Steel Cylinders Separated by Course of Concrete. 667*
  • Fischer “ Iron Library ” at Schaffhausen, 592* Fish Pass, Hydraulic Lift, Leixlip Hydro- Electric Plant, 773*
  • Fisher Governor Co., Ltd., Pneumatically- Controlled Butterfly Valve, 192*
  • Fits and Limits and Basic Engineering Standards, 380*, 411*
  • Proposed Specification, 558, 561
  • Fitton, A., on Collection of Representative Flue-Dust Samples, 229*, 261*. See LETTER, 436
  • Flames, Combustion and Explosions of Gases (Review), 260
  • — and Furnaces, Science of (Review), 579
  • — Radiation from Oil, Researches on, 781
  • — Trap for Marine Diesel-Engine Crankcase,
  • 695*
  • — Zone Walls, Protection of, 559
  • Fleet. See Warships
  • Fletcher, A. II., on Marine Gas Turbines,. 147 Flight. See Aeronawte'cs
  • Flint, Dr. A. R., on Lateral Stability of Unrestrained Beams, 65*. 99*
  • “ Floater,” Magnetic (J. Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd.), 641*
  • Floating Dock. See Dock
  • Flooring, Coloured Pitch Mastic, Incorporating Lake Asphalt and Bitumen, Specification, 63
  • Flow, Laminar and Turbulent, in Ships, 160*
  • — Measurement with Orifice Meters (Review),
  • 322
  • — of Metals, Investigations on Creep, 601.
  • See LETTER, 624
  • — Through Nozzle of Humid Air, 609*
  • — Through Orifices and Parallel-Throated
  • Nozzles, Bibliographical Survey of . (Review), 483
  • — Tank, Electrolytic or Potential. Use of, 292*
  • — Turbulent, Frictional Resistance of Smooth
  • Plane Surfaces in, 675
  • Flowers, T. H., on Electronic Telephone Exchanges, 447
  • Flues for Domestic Appliances Burning Solid Fuel, Code of Practice, 256
  • — Dust Sampling, Investigations on, 229*,
  • 261*. See LETTER. 436
  • — Gases, Code for Sampling and Analysis, 732
  • — Sulphur Removal from, Experiments on, 338
  • — Washing Plant, Drummond, at Birmingham GasWorks, 140*
  • Fluid Friction. See Aeronautics; Hydrodynamics
  • — for Hydraulic Power Transmission, 213*,
  • 254
  • — for Hydraulic Shock Absorbers for . Motor
  • Cars, 381
  • — Mechanics (Review), 768
  • Fluorescent Ink for Crack Detection (Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 724*
  • Flying Boats. See Aeronautics
  • Foil and Strip, Nickel-Silver, for Telecommunications Industry, Specification, 694 Follsain-Wycliffe Foundries, Ltd., Malleable- Iron and Alloy Castings, 639
  • Food Transport by Sea, Developments in, 537 Footbridge, Prestressed-Concrete, Tests of, 595*,690*
  • Footpaths and Roads, Compactins' Machine for (E. P. Allan and Co., Ltd.), 476*
  • Ford, Prof. H., on Cold Rolling with Strip Tension, 608
  • Forest Products Research Board’s Report, Annual Report. 1949,83 ; Annual Report, 1950, 525
  • — Research Laboratory, Test House for Timber Structures, 127*
  • Forging, Drop. See Drop Forging
  • — Manipulator for Die-Block Plant, Haleso
  • wen, 617*
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • — Steel, Distribution of'Hydrogen in, 673 Forington, M. S., on Man-Power and Productivity, 371. See 305. See LETTER, 468
  • Fork, Stripper, Hydraulically-Controlled, on Nuffield Tractor, 606
  • Forms, Commercial, Sizes and Layout, Specification, 256
  • Formulae, Rating Gear-Tooth Stresses, 301
  • Forrest, P. G., on Fatigue Strength in Bending and Direct Stress, 757*
  • Forsyth, P. J. E., on Metallographic Observations on Fatigue of Metals, 580
  • Foster Wheeler, Ltd., Boiler, S.S. “ Norman- nia,” 350 : Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 733* Foundations for Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 2*
  • — Pump House, Shell Haven Oil Refinery,
  • 735*
  • Foundry of British Rollmakers Corporation, Ltd., 777*
  • — Coke for, Investigation on, 759*
  • — Cupolas, Swarf-Feeding Device for (Crofts
  • (Engineers), Ltd.), 459
  • Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd., Continuous Vertical Core-Drying Stove, 545*
  • Foundry Equipment, Ltd., “Major” Sand Rammer, 644*
  • — Mechanisation, Effect of, 758
  • — of National Gas and Oil Engine C'o., Ltd., 585*
  • — Patterns, Wooden, Colouring and Marking
  • of, Specification, 571
  • — Pressure Die-Casting, for Light Alloys
  • (High Duty Alloys, Ltd.), 297*. See Erratum, 428
  • — Steel, Increased Productivity, Report, 569
  • — Work. Sec also Die Casting
  • — See also Castings
  • Foundrymen, Institute of British. See British Fourways (Engineers), Ltd., Transportable Conveyor, 755
  • Fracture, Brittle, of Ship Plates, Investigations on, 156*
  • Frame Analysis, Displacement, Method of (Review), 736
  • — Charging, for Miners’ Lamps (Oldham &
  • Son, Ltd.), 574*
  • — Structures, Steel, Elastic Stresses in, 57* Frameweld Reinforcement for Concrete Structures (T. C. Jones and Co., Ltd.), 791*
  • France, Dieppedalle Electric Power Station, 385*
  • — High-Voltage Power Transmission^ 687, 749
  • — Shell Bern Oil Refinery, Extensions to, 283*
  • — St. George’s Power Station, Memorial to
  • J. Estrade (1857-1936), 719
  • — Trailer Construction in, 89*, 123*
  • — See also French
  • Francis Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Franki Compressed Pile Co., Ltd., 21st Anniversary Dinner, 784
  • Frazer, Dr. R. A., on Severn Bridge Aerodynamic Investigation, 299, 347
  • “ Freightlifter” Heavy-Duty Fork-Lift Truck, 821*
  • FrSmont, C., Work on History of Technology, •248
  • French National Railways, Cullemeyer Wagon Transporter, 124*
  • — See also France
  • Frequency-Control Unit, Quartz-Crystal (W.
  • Edwards and Co. (London), Ltd.), 471*
  • Friction, Abrasion of Paint by, 504*
  • Fruehauf Axle Assemblies for Semi-Trailers, 89*
  • Fuels, Boiler, Burning in M.S. “ Auricula,” 501
  • — Consumption, Brown-Boveri Gas-Turbine
  • Locomotive, 664*
  • of Coal-Fired Gas'Turbine for Locomotive, 18, 623
  • Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine, 740*, 768*, 802*
  • — Distributor for Chain-Grate Stokers (Reiss
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 565*
  • Fuel Furnaces, Ltd., Oil-Fired Billet-Heating Furnace, 394*
  • — Heat and Power Auditing, 415
  • — Injection Equipment (C.A.V., Ltd.), 645
  • — Institute of, Fuel, Heat and Power Audit
  • ing, by L. Clegg and J. P. Walters, 415 ; Award of Melchett Medal to Dr. D. T. A. Townend, 467 ; Annual Luncheon, 559 ; Railways and Coal, by R. G. Jarvis, 590
  • — Investigations by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.,
  • 800*,813
  • — Liquid, Lecture Course at Northampton
  • Polytechnic, London, 203
  • — — See also Oil Fuel
  • —? for Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines, 249*,281*
  • — Motor, Anti-Knock, Investigations on, 278
  • See LETTER, 468
  • See also Benzene; Gas ; Motor
  • — Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • — Policy, National, Statement by Federation
  • of British Industries, 267
  • —• and Power, Economics of, 621. See LETTERS, 689, 752, 815
  • — — Ministry of, Report on Drainage of Fire
  • damp from Mines, 179; Statistical Digest, 1950, 337 ; Work of Mobile Testing Units of, 415
  • Supply for Engineering Industries, 6
  • — Research at Australian Aeronautical Re
  • search Laboratories, 309
  • — — Board, Annual Report, 1949-50, 337 Station, Investigation of Flue-Dust
  • Sampling, 229*, 261*. See LETTER, 436
  • — See also Goal; Oil; Gas; Peat; Pulverised
  • Goal
  • Fulham Power Station, 300*
  • Furnace, Annealing, at Tin-Plate Works, Trostre, 630*
  • — Blast, in Early Nineteenth Century, 657
  • — Boiler. See Stoker
  • — Electric, for Creep-Testing Machine, 108*
  • — — 25 Years of Manufacture by Birlec, Ltd.,
  • 628
  • — Experimental, for Flame Radiation Re
  • search, 781
  • — and Flames, Science of (Review), 579
  • — Gas-Fired, Bright-Annealing, Continuous
  • (Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Co., Ltd.), 223*
  • Fired, Crucible (East Midlands Gas Board), 544*
  • — — Fired, Forge (Thermic Equipment and
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 545
  • Fired, Muffle (Selas Gas and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 545
  • Fired, Portable Cover (Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Co., Ltd.), 544*
  • — Glass-Making, Harworth Factory, 663*
  • — Heat-Treatment, for Die-Block Manufac
  • ture, 617*
  • Treatment, for Gears, Blaw Knox, Ltd., 659*
  • Treatment, for Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, 455, 483
  • — High-Vacuum, Graphite Heating Element
  • for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 406*
  • —• Investigations at Sheffield University, 761
  • — Oil-Fired, for Billets, for Automatic Extru
  • sion Plant, 394*
  • — Open-Hearth, Air Infiltration and Roof
  • Wear in, 672
  • — — Hearth, Combustion Problems, 656
  • — — Hearth, Instrumentation of (Review),
  • 195
  • — — Hearth Oil-Fired, Abbey Steelworks,
  • Port Talbot, 3
  • — — Hearth, Steel, Peech and Tozer Melting
  • Shop, 765*, 805
  • Hearth, Wear of Roofs of, 672
  • — Pipe-Still, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 733*
  • — Semi-Producer (Gas Council Coke Department), 547*
  • — Slab-Heating, Abbey Steelworks, Port
  • Talbot, 40*
  • — Steel Melting. See Furnace, Open-Hearth
  • — See also Cupolas
  • Furse, W. J., and Co. (London), Ltd., Electrical Equipment for Rolling Lift Bridge for Surrey Docks Lock Entrance, 397*
  • GABRIELLI, Prof. G„ Fiat G.80 Jet-Propelled Training Aircraft, 225*
  • Galvanising, Hot-Dip, International Conference, Dusseldorf, Programme, 655
  • Gammon, J. C., Ltd., SindriFertiliser Factory, . India, 289*, 449*
  • Gantry. See Crane
  • Gardner Machine Co., Grinding Machine for Bearing-Roller Ends, 446*
  • Garner, Sir H. M., on Prophesy and Achievements in Aeronautics, 771*, 793*. See 719
  • Garrard versus A. E. Southey and Co. and Others, Legal Decision on, 370
  • Garrard, Dr. C. C., on Higher Technological Education, 20, 403. See LETTERS, 148, 497
  • Garratt, G. R. M.,on History of Television, 553. See Erratum, 619
  • Gas and Air Mixing Machines (Radiant Heating, Ltd.), 548
  • — Boosters, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 290*
  • — Bubbles at Shrinkage Boundaries of Built-Up Crankshafts, Investigations of, 550
  • — Calorific Value, Controller for (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 448*
  •  ?— Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide
  • — Coal and Electricity Efficiency for Domestic
  • Heating, 621. See LETTERS, 689,752,815
  • — Combustion, Flames and Explosions of
  • (Review), 260
  • — Compressors for Ammonia Synthesis Plant,
  • Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 290*
  • Rotary, for Industrial Installations (Keith Blackman, Ltd.), 547*
  • — Conference, Industrial, Birmingham, 591
  • — Council, Exhibits at British Industries Fair
  • 544*
  • — Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • — Equipment for Heat Treatment of Non-
  • Ferrous Metals and Alloys, 455, 483
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnace
  • — Flue, Drummond Washing Plant, Birming
  • ham Gasworks, 140*
  • Standard Code for Sampling and Analysis, 732
  • — and Gas Works. See also- PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — High-Velocity, Temperature-Measuring Ap
  • paratus for, 696*
  • — Installation, Flame-Failure Protective De
  • vice for (Sperryn and Co.), 548
  • — in Liquid Steel, Investigations on, 673
  • — Liquefied, Pump for (Mono Pumps, Ltd.),
  • 577*
  • — Mixture Controller (Keith Blackman, Ltd.),
  • 546*
  • — Quantities in Internal-Combustion En
  • gines, Specification of Symbols and Terms, 256
  • — Temperature Measurement by Velocity of
  • Sound,799
  • — Turbine. See Turbine
  • — Water Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory,
  • India, 289*
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Carbon Dioxide ; Carbon Monoxide ;
  • Hydrogen; Oxygen, etc.
  • Gasoline. See Engine, Petrol
  • Gasworks, Birmingham, Drummond Flue-Gas Washing Plant, 40*
  • Gates, Dock, Welded (Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd.), 722*
  • — Lock, Mitred, of Leonardo da Vinci, 560*
  • — Sluice, Model of, 817
  • Gaubschat Four-Wheel Passenger Trailer, 123* Gauge, Pressure, Specification, 63
  • — Strain, Electrical Resistance, Tests on Con
  • crete with, 468*
  • — and Tool Makers’ Association Luncheon. 243 Gauging, Fits; Proposed Specification, 558,
  • 561
  • — Limits and Fits and Basic Engineering
  • Standards, 380*, 411*
  • — Machines, Multi, Exhibition of, 149* Gear-Cutting Machines. See AfacAine Tools
  • — Designs by Leonardo da Vinci, 561*
  • — for Instruments and Clockwork Mechan
  • isms, Specification, 635
  • — for Intermittent Motion, 452*, 485*, 740*
  • — Manufacture by Blaw Knox, Ltd., 659*
  • — Reduction for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Elec
  • tric Locomotives, 161*, 193*
  • — — Turbine (D. Brown and Sons (Hudders
  • field), Ltd.), 614*
  • — Steering. See Steering
  • — Teeth, Pitting of, 594*, 625*
  • — — Stresses and Rating Formulae, 301
  • — for Turbine Drives, Specification, 508 Gearboxes, Reduction, for 1,250-b.h.p. Steam
  • Turbine, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 736*
  • —- — (Varatio Strateline Gears, Ltd.), 639*
  • — Synchromesh, for Passenger Chassis (A.E.C ,
  • Ltd.), 190*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gearing, Chemical Attack by Lubricants on, 693*
  • — Hypoid Axle-Drive Unit (D. Brown and Sons
  • (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 614*
  • — for Multi-Engined Diesel Trains, 520*
  • Gee, Walker and Slater, Brynmawr Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Motors for Cranes at Abbey Steelworks, 3*; Motors for Roller Tables of 80-in. Continuous Strip Rolling Mill, Abbey Steelworks, 41; 8-MW Turbo-Generator for Margam Power Station, 129* ; Safety Electrode Holder for Alternating-Current Welding, 160* ; 225- h.p. Francis Turbine with Generator, 215 ; Electric Boiler for Aircraft Humidifier, 298*; Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 405* ; Graphite Heating Element for High-Vacuum Furnace, 406* ; Brisch Classification System for Engineering Stores, 407*; Spherical-Integrating Photometer, 573*; Apparatus for Measuring Frequencies of Turbine Blading, 573*; Instruments for Steam Turbine Tests, 573*; Tests for Thermionic Valves, 573*; Film of Experiments on Germanium, 690 ; Electrical Equipment, Buenos Aires Elevator, 789*
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Generating Set, 2J-kW Diesel-Driven (A.. C. Morrison (Engineers), Ltd.), 576*
  • — Station. See Power Station
  • Generators, Electric, 30-MW, Acton Lane “ B ” Power Station, 77
  • — — Alternating-Current High-Speed, for
  • Water-Power Plants, 442*
  • Commissioned in 1951 for British Power Stations, 54
  • —? — 50,000-kW, Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 385*
  • Generators, Electric, 93-kW Diesel-Driven (Houchin, Ltd.), 644*
  • Early Ferranti, Steam-Driven, Information Required, 816
  • 60-MW, Fulham Power Station, 300*
  • —• — for 3,000 h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric Locomotive, 161*, 193*
  • 105-MVA, Harspranget Hydro-Electric Plant, 783
  • —? — 100-MW, R. L. Hearn Power Station, Toronto, 353*, 391*. See Erratum, 396
  • — — Motor, Set for Multiple-Unit Electric Trains, 76*
  • at Poulaphuca, Golden Falls, Leixlip, , Cathaleen’s Fall and Cliff Hydro-Electric Plants, 773*
  • —? — 15-MW and 12 • 5-MW, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 44*
  • 200-kVA, Umtata Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, 215
  • 100-kW Wind-Driven, Mynydd Anelog, North Wales, 343
  • See also Turfio-Generators
  • Geneva Mechanisms for Intermitten Motion, 452*, 485*, 740*
  • Georg Fischer “Iron Library” at Schaffhausen, 592*
  • German Bridge Builders, Biographies of (Review), 292
  • German’s Special-Purpose Abrader, 727* Germanium, Film on Experiments on, 690 Germany, Trailer Construction in, 89*, 123* Germe, G. P., on Patent-Law Reform, 212 Gibb, Sir A., and Partners, Errochty Hydro- Electric Scheme, 16*; Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*
  • Gibson, G., 2-8-2 Type Locomotives for East African Railways, 73*
  • Gibson, J., and Son, Ltd., Electrically-Operated Mobile Ladder Tower, 796*
  • Gilbert, K. R., on Mirror Writing of Leonardo da Vinci, 784. See 581*. See LETTER, 719
  • Gildemeister Plano-Milling Machines, 585* Girders. See Beams; Bridges
  • Girling Reservoir, Chingford, Prestressed- Concrete Fencing at, 759*
  • Glasgow, Industrial Physics Conference, Programme, 497
  • — Royal Technical College, Research Work at,
  • 340
  • — Temple Bridge, Model of, 553*
  • Glass Bulbs, Ltd.', Harworth Factory for Manufacture of Glass Bulbs, 662
  • — Gold Film on, Deposition of, 804
  • — Models for Stress Determination. See
  • PAoto-NZostic
  • — Organic, “ Mar ” Resistance Apparatus for,
  • 726*
  • — Transparent, Conducting Films on, Investi
  • gations on, 333
  • — Tubing, Vertical Drawing of, 701*
  • Gleason Curved-Bevel Hypoid Generator, 659* Godwin, H. J., Ltd., Jet Pump, 576*
  • Gold Film on Glass, Deposition of, 804
  • Golden Falls Hydro-Electric Plant on River Liffey, 772*
  • Goodeve, Sir C., on Iron Atoms in Service of Electrical Engineers, 551
  • Gordon, J., and Co., Ltd., High-Torque Servo- Motor, 349*
  • Government Railways. See Railways
  • — Statement on Economic Situation, 146 Governor, Centrifugal, for Direct-Current
  • Motors (W. Jones and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 763*
  • — Gear, 100-MW Generator, R. L. Hearn
  • Power Station, Toronto, 353*. See ERRATUM, 396
  • Grabs,and Buckets, Anti-Twisting Device for (B. and A. Engineering Co., Ltd.), 183*
  • — Scraper, with 19-ft. Spread (Priestman
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 754*
  • Grader, Road, 75-b.h.p. Oil-Engined, “Carlisle” (J. Blackwood Hodge and Co., Ltd.), 541*
  • Graff-Baker, W. S., on Bogie Design for Electric Railways, 51; Obituary Notice of, 244*
  • Grain Handling and Storage Plant, Buenos Aires (Simon Handling Engineers, Ltd.), 785*
  • Grain, Isle of, Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • Graphite Heating Equipment for High- Vacuum Furnace (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 406*
  • Grates. See Furnace ; Stoker
  • Gratings, Diffraction, at National Physical Laboratory, 804
  • Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Explosion Suppression Equipment for Tanks, 11*
  • Gravity Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Gray, J. A. B., on Prediction of Thermal Conditions in H.M. Ships in Tropical Waters, 646
  • — Lecture on Ship Research, 105*, 115, 156*,
  • 185*
  • Graz Technical High School, Austria, Tests of Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine, 738*, 768*, 802*
  • Grease Removal from Meters, Solvent Emulsion Agents for, 42
  • Great Britain, Surface-Water Year-Book of, 1937-45 (Review), 685
  • Green, T., and Co., Ltd., Continuous Vertical Core-Drying Stove, 545*
  • Grid, British, Economic Plant Sizes and Boiler Set Groupings on, 153*, 188*
  • — Winding Machine for Thermionic-Valve
  • Manufacture, 427*
  • Grimston Astor, Ltd., Aluminium-Alloy Motor Launch or Royal Navy, 540*
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools Groundnuts, Oil, Extraction Plant for, 323*
  • Grove, J., and Sons, Ltd., Semi-Automatic Button-Blanking Machine, 538*
  • Guns, Interior Ballistics of, Theory of (Review), 98
  • — Multi-Barrelled, of Leonardo da Vinci, 581*
  • — See also Ballistics and PARAGRAPH INDEX Gunboats. See Warships
  • G.W.B. Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Electrical Thermal-Storage Plant, 614*
  • Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., Circulating Pumps for Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 736*
  • HACKING, Sir J., on Economics of Fuel and Power, 752. See 621. See LETTERS, 689, 815
  • Hadley, W., the Late, 174
  • “Haffar” Trailing-Suction Hopper Dredger, 410*
  • Hale and Hale (Tipton,); Ltd., Malleable Cast-Iron Manhole Cover, 246*; Malleable-
  • Iron Wedge Blocks for Shipbuilding Berths, 318*
  • Halesowen, Die-Block Plant of W. Somers, Ltd., 617*
  • Hall, J. R., on Open-Hearth Furnace Combustion Problems, 656
  • Hallpike, A. W., on Development of Motor Vehicles in Bristol, 783,818
  • Hamblin, H. J., on Hydraulics in Agricultural
  • Engineering, 605*, 637* Hammers. See Machine Tools Hammersmith. Lime Grove Television Studios
  • at, 518*
  • Hancock, P. F., on Electric Furnaces for Thermal Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, 455. See 483 Handling, Cargo, Equipment for Ships, 513, 537
  • — Mechanical, Exhibition, Olympia, 677*,
  • 709*, 751, 752*, 795*, 821*
  • — Plant, Coal, Drakelow “A” Power Station,
  • 204
  • — and Storage Plant, Grain, Buenos Aires
  • (Simon Handling Engineers, Ltd.), 785* Hankey Report on Supply of Chemical
  • Engineers, 626
  • Harbour, Takoradi, Extensions to, 381
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening of Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests {Materials) Hardy, Dr. H. K., on Ageing Characteristics of
  • Binary Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 513 Harland and Wolff, Ltd., H.M. Aircraft Carrier
  • “ Eagle,” 373* ; S.S. “ Kenya Castle,” 435 ; M.S. “ Ebro,” 819
  • Harley-Mason, J. H., the Late, 341, 373 Harmonic Analyser, Mechanical, and Applications to Servo Systems, 52*, 68*
  • '— Response Test Gear (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd.), 425*
  • Harris, G. T., Creep-Testing Machine, 107* Harspranget 350-MW Hydro-Electric Plant, 783
  • Hartley, Sir H., on Chemical Engineering at the Cross Roads, 626
  • Hartley, H. J., on Bright Annealing of Nickel and Its Alloys, 455. See 483
  • Harvey, G. A. (London), Ltd., Fabricated
  • Steel Components, 645
  • Harwell Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Course on Electronics, 169; Work of Establishment During 1946-51, 686 Harworth Factory for Manufacture of Glass
  • Bulbs, 662*
  • Hatfield Lecture on Flow of Metals, 558, 592, 601. See LETTER, 624
  • Haulage in Mines, Accidents from, 242 Hay, N., on Potential Flow Tank, 292 Haynes, R., on Air Infiltration in Open-
  • Hearth Furnaces, 672
  • Haywood, Dr. F. W., on Electric Furnaces for Thermal Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, 455. See 483
  • Hazard Warnings,' Colours for, Issue of “ Safety ” Code Abandoned, 189
  • Head, A. K., on Mechanism of Fatigue in Metals, 580
  • Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd., Mixers and
  • Ladles for Abbey Steelworks. 3; Welded Dock Gates, 722*
  • Hearn, R. L„ Power Station, 100 MW Turbo- Generator at, 353*, 391*. See ERRATUM, 396
  • Heat Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Aeronautics
  • — Exchanger for Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 9* for Rolls-Royce Marine Gas Turbine, 147
  • — •— Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 734*
  • for Waste-Heat Recovery Plant, 744*.
  • See ERRATUM, 824
  • (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd.), 645*
  • — Fuel and Power Auditing, 415
  • — Insulating Materials, for Buildings, Speci
  • fication, 63
  • — Transfer in Air-Cooled Gas-Turbine Blades,
  • 21*
  • Industrial (Review), 767
  • in Open-Hearth Furnaces, Investigations in, 656
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
  • — Waste. See Waste Heat
  • Heater, Air, for Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 9*
  • — Feed-Water. See Feed-Water
  • — Induction, 25-kW (English Electric Co.,
  • Ltd.), 641*
  • — — for Surface Hardening of Shafts (Birlec,
  • Ltd.), 286*
  • Heather Filters, Ltd., Multi-Brush Air Filter, 601*
  • Heating Appliances, Domestic, Improvements in Efficiency, 337
  • — — Domestic, Investigations on, 653
  • — Domestic, Efficiency of Coal, Gas and
  • Electricity for, 621. See LETTERS, 639, 752,815
  • by Solid Fuel, Investigations in, 827
  • — Electric, for Newspaper Printing, 124, 150
  • — Equipment, High-Frequency Induction,
  • Power Rating of. Specification, 756
  • — Industrial, Investigations in, to Increase
  • Fuel Efficiency, 827
  • — Space, by Electricity, Problems of, 476 in Factory, by Waste Heat, Plant for,
  • 744*. See ERRATUM, 824
  • — Unit for Spraying Hot Lacquer (Spray
  • Finishing Systems), 331*
  • — and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of,
  • Annual Dinner, 339; Summer Meeting, Torquay, 783 ; Torquay Meeting, Heating and Ventilation in Relation to Coal Problem, by Dr. W. I. Jones. 827
  • Heating and Ventilation in Relation to Coal Problem, 827
  • Heenan and Frou.de, Ltd., 50th Anniversary Booklet, 472; Golden Jubilee Celebrations, 825*
  • Helensburgh, Memorial to J. L. Baird, 522
  • Helicopters. See Aeronautics
  • Henderson, J. G., on Mechanical Harmonic Analyser, 52*, 68*
  • — Universal Tube and Section Mill, 669*
  • Henley’s, W. T., Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., 33-kV Cables for Manchester-Sheffield- Wath Railway, 164*
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Herbert-Reed-Prentice Die- Casting Machine, 614* ; Hilger and Watts Bore Profilometer, 614*
  • Herbert, D. C., on Molybdenum-Steel Steam Pipe, 345*
  • Hessenberg, W. C. F., on Torque and Roll Force in Cold Strip Rolling, 608
  • Hetherington, Sir R. G., the Late, 277
  • Hey Engineering Co., Ltd., Double-End Centring Machine, 500*
  • Heyman, J., on Elasto-PiastJc Stresses in Transversely-Loaded Beams, 359*, 389*
  • High Duty Alloys, Ltd., Light-Alloy Pressure Die-Casting Foundry, 297*. See Erratum, 428
  • — Frequency. See Electric
  • — Speed Steel. See Steel
  • — Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials) Highways. See Roads
  • Hilger and Watts, Ltd., Bore Profilometer, 614* “Hillier” Helicopter, Use for Erection of Transmission Line, 128*
  • Hirschom, J., on Forces and Pressure Distribution in Brake Shoes, 418*. See LETTER, 815*
  • Hirst, A., and Son, Ltd., 1-ton Battery-Driven Fork-Lift Truck, 677*; |-ton Petrol- Driven Fork-Lift Truck, 677*
  • History of Blast Furnace, 657
  • — and Technology, Hobhouse Lecture on, 246
  • H. M.SS. See under Warships
  • Hoar, Dr.T. P., on Interdiffusion and Sintering in Copper-Nickel Compacts, 424
  • Hoare, A., on Man-Power and Productivity. 468. See 305. See LET PER, 371
  • Hobhouse Lecture on Technology and History, 246
  • Hobson, J. D., on Determination of Hydrogen in Liquid Steel, 673; on Effect of Hydrogen on Properties of Low-Alloy Steels, 673; on Distribution of Hydrogen in Ingots and Forgings, 673
  • Hodge, J. Blackwood and Co., Ltd., 154-b.h.p. Oil-Engined “ Euclid ” Dump Truck, 541* ; 75-b.h.p. Oil-Engined Road Grader, 541*
  • Hodgson, J. E.,the Late, 498
  • Hoists. See Cranes ; Transporters
  • Holder, C. P., on Alternators for Water- Power Plants, 442*
  • — Magnetic (J. Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd.),
  • 641*
  • Holes, Standard Nominal Diameters for, 244 Holland, E. O., on Television Receivers, 603 Holland and Hannen and Cubitts, Ltd., Brynmawr Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*
  • — Methods of Testing Abrasion and Wear in,
  • 725*
  • Hollow-Ware, Stainless-Steel, Specification, 694
  • Holt, A., and Co., High-Powered Single-Screw Cargo Liners, 582
  • Holy Cross Urban District Council versus Amalgamated Building Contractors, Ltd., 750
  • Honeycombe, Dr. R. W. K., on Plastic Deformation of Metal Crystals, 580
  • Honours List, Birthday, 723. 747
  • New Year, 19
  • “ Hoobler” Semi-Trailer, 89*
  • Hopper Dredger. See Dredger
  • Hospital Laboratories, St. George’s, Use of Frameweld Reinforcement in, 792*
  • Hot Blast Application to Cupolas, 761
  • — Lacquer, Heating Unit for Spraying (Spray
  • Finishing Systems), 331*
  • Hotel, Cumberland, London, Structural Stresses in, 58*
  • Houchin, Ltd., 93-kW Diesel-Driven Generator Set, 644*
  • Housing and Local Government, Ministry of, Surface-Water Year-Book of Great Britain, 1937-45, 685
  • Howat, Dr. D. D., on Sintering of Copper- Zinc Powder Compacts, 424
  • Howe, Rt. Hon. C. D., on St. Lawrence Seaway, 87
  • Hudswell, Clarke and Co., Ltd., Oil-Fired Tank Locomotive, 503*
  • Hughes, Dr. G„ on Frictional Resistance in Turbulent Flow, 675
  • Hull Failure of S.S. “ Schenectady,” 156*
  • Humid Air, Thermodynamics of, 609*
  • Humidifier, Aircraft, Electric Boiler for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 298*
  • Humidity, Air, Effect on Working of Cupolas, 761
  • — and Air Temperatures in H.M. Ships in
  • Tropics, 646
  • Hunter, N. M., on Changes in Ship Construction Methods, 1850-1950, 730. See 549
  • Hunting Aero Surveys, Ltd., Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • Huntingdon, Fire in Passenger Train at, Report on, 680
  • Husband and Co., Radio Telescope for Manchester University, 571
  • Hutchinson, A. C., on Hydraulic Lock, 20*. See LETTERS, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624. 655, 689, 752. See 509*
  • “ Hydel ” Lightweight Hydraulic Selector Valve, 668*
  • Hydrant Systems, Code of Practice, 811
  • Hydraulic Dampers for Motor Cars, 381
  • — Equipment, Cavitation in, Investigations
  • on, 533*, 566*, 597*
  • — Fluids, Characteristics of, 213*, 254
  • — Lock, Preliminary Investigation of, 509*.
  • See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752
  • — Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • Hydraulic Pumps. See Pump
  • — Research Station, Model of River Thames
  • for Tidal Investigations, 139*
  • — Transportation of Coal, Report on, 171
  • — Turbines. See Turbines ; Power Plant
  • Hydraulics in Agricultural Engineering, 605*, 637*
  • — and Hydraulic Engineering (Review), 163
  • — See also Hydrodynamics ; Irrigation ; Water Hydrodynamics Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Investigations at, 534*, 566*, 597*
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Extractors and Centrifugal Machines,
  • Specification, 155
  • Hydrogen Escape from Shrinkage Boundaries of Built-Up Crankshafts, Investigations of, 550
  • — in Steel, Distribution and Effect of, 67 Hydromechanics Research Association,
  • British, Annual Report, 83
  • “ Hydrovane ” Air Compressor (A. Bullows and Sons, Ltd.), 643*
  • Hygrometer, Dewpoint, Automatic (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 634*
  • Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd., Single-Stager Air Compressor, 267*; Single-Cylinder Air Compressor, 642; Light-Weight High- Pressure Air Compressor, 712*

.

  • ICE Formation on Conductor Rails, Prevention of, 30
  • — See also Refrigeration
  • Ickles Works, Sheffield, Railway Steel Mill, 515*
  • Ideal Home Exhibition, “ Daily Mail,” Olympia, 307
  • Ignition Quality of Fuels for Marine Auxiliary Engines, Influence of, 249*
  • Igranic Electric Co., Ltd., Control Gear, Melting-Shop Cranes, Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 3* ; Control Gear for Rolling Lift Bridge at Surrey Docks Lock Entrance, 397*
  • Ijmuiden, Royal Netherlands Steelworks, Researches on Flame Radiation, 781
  • Illuminating Engineering Society, Dow Prize Competition, 191
  • Illumination. See Light; Lighting; and Lamps under Electric
  • “ Imp-96 ” Die-Casting Machine, 614*
  • Impact, Abrasion of Paint by, 504*
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Artificial- Fertiliser Factory, Sindri, India, 44*, 289*, 449*; Creep-Test Research Station, Witton, 107*; Diesel-Driven Shot- Firers’ Carriage for Anhydrite Mine, 457*; Titanium Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 618
  • Imperial Chemical Industries (Paints Division), Conference on Paintshop Productivity, 784 Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Incandescent Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • Inch and Metric Units, Standard Nominal Diameters for, 244
  • India Rubber. See Rubber
  • — Sindri, Artificial-Fertiliser Factory, 44*,
  • 289*, 449*
  • Indicator, Engine, Portable (Shell Refining and Marketing Co., Ltd.), 470*
  • Induction Motor. See Motor, Electric Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Agreements ?? and Disputes. See Trade
  • Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Centres, Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142,
  • 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 682, 714, 746, 778, 810. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heating, Investigations to Increase Fuel
  • Efficiency, 827
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Truck Manufacturers’ Association, Influence
  • of Factory Design on Adoption of Power- Driven Trucks, '632
  • —- — See Motor Trucks ; Motor Vehicles
  • Industries, British, Federation of. See Federation
  • — and Information Services, Conference on,
  • 371
  • — Light and Colour in, Exhibition, 623
  • — and Sterling Crisis, 113
  • — See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Information Services and Indu°try, Conference on. 371
  • Technical, for Building Industry, 723
  • Ingle.bv, A. W., on Hvdraulic Lock, 655. See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624, 689, 752. See 509*
  • Inglis, Sir O., Tidal Investigations on River Thames, 139*
  • Inglis, Sir C. E„ the Late, 528*. See LETTER, 592
  • Ingot-Breaking Machine for Railway Wheel Mill, 515*
  • — Buggy for Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot,
  • 4*
  • — Large, Distribution of Hydrogen in, 673
  • Injection, Exhaust-Steam, Use in Locomotives, 590
  • Ink, Fluorescent, for Crack Detection (Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 724*
  • Inland Navigation. See Canals; Rivers, etc.
  • Inspection Machines (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Institute of Transport. See Transport
  • — See Institutions
  • Institution, British Standards. See Standards
  • — of Production Engineers. See Production
  • — Royal. See Royal Institution
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical
  • Engineers and Technicians, French Association of; Aeronautical Society, Royal; Arts, Royal Society of; Aslib; British Association; British Foundrymen, Institute of; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Civil Engineers, American Society of ; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Diesel Engine Users Association; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Engineers-in- Charge, Institution of; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Fuel, Institute of; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of; Helicopter Association; Illuminating Engineering Society; Iron and Steel Institute; Junior Institution of Engineers; Locomotive Engineers, Institution of ; London Association of Engineers; Marine Engineers, Institute of; Materials Handling, Institute of ; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metals, Institute of; Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of ; Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Society of; Naval Architects, Institution of ; Newcomen Society ; North , East Coast Institution of Engineers and
  • Shipbuilders; North-East Metallurgical Society; Oceanography, Institute of; Petroleum, Institute of ; Physical Society ; Physics, Institute of; Production Engineers, Institution of; Royal Society; Rubber Industry, Institution of; Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of ; Technical Institutes, Association of; Transport, Institute of; Washington Society of Engineers ; Welding, Institute of; Whitworth Society; and Zinc Development Association
  • Instruments, Gears for, Specifications, 508, 635
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects in, 358
  • — Scientific, Exhibition, Royal Society’s
  • Conversazione, 689
  • — for Steam Turbine Tests (General Electric
  • Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • — See also Aeronautics ; Electric Instrumentation of Open-Hearth Furnaces
  • (Review), 195
  • Insulation, Sound, and Room Acoustics (Review), 228
  • — See also Heat; Electric
  • Intake, Cooling-Water, Reinforced-Concrete, for Coryton Oil Refinery, 332*
  • Integrator, Vector, Wind-Velocity (Nash and Thompson, Ltd.), 316*
  • Interchangeability and Standardisation, Beginning of, 369
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics ; Engines ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors; Turbine, Gas
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Boiler Plant for Drakelow “ A ” Power Station, 204 International Conference on Hot-Dip Galvanising, Dusseldorf, Programme, 655
  • — on Large High-Tension Systems, Paris, Programme, 109; Proceedings, 687, 749 International Construction Co., Abbey Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., 1*, 40*, 129*
  • — Drinking Water Stand ards, Development of,
  • 718
  • International Harvester Co., Lift-All Hydraulic Systems for Tractor Toolbars, 605
  • — Mechanical Engineering Congress, Stock
  • holm, Arrangements for, 497
  • International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd., Annual Report, 371
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci, 307,465,560* 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • — See also Patents
  • Iraq Petroleum Co., Oil-Fired Tank Locomotive, 503*
  • Ireland, Southern, Electricity Supply Board, Power Plants of, 772*
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
  • — Atoms in Service of Electrical Engineers, 551
  • — Case-Hardening. See Heat Treatment under
  • Metallurgy
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Desulphurisation by Lime, Pilot-Scale
  • Trials, 604
  • — at Elevated Temperatures, Diffusion of
  • Hydrogen in, 673
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy “ Iron Library,” Schaffhausen, 592*
  • — Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • — Production and History of Blast Furnace,
  • 657
  • — Refining, Early, in England, 51
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Soldering (Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd.), 577*
  • — and Steel Corporation of Great Britain,
  • Developments in, 275
  • Industry, De-Nationalisation of, 497
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects in, 5
  • Iron and Steel Institute :
  • Annual General Meeting, London: Programme, 502
  • Report of Council, 558, 592 Honorary Treasurer’s Report, 558, 592 Award of Bessemer Medal to H. H. Burton, 558
  • Awards and Prizes, 558, 592
  • Annual Dinner, 591
  • Changes in Council, 592
  • Hatfield Lecture on Flow of Metals, by Prof. E. N. da C. Andrade, 601. See 558, 592. See LETTER, 624
  • Reports of Discussions, 608, 656, 672
  • Cold Rolling with Strip Tension. Part I. New Approximate Method of Calculation and Composition with Other Methods, by Prof. H. Ford, F. Ellis and D. R. Bland, 608
  • Effect of Tension on Torque and Roll Force in Cold Strip Rolling, by W. C. F. Hessenberg and R. B. Sims, 608 ..
  • Pressure Distribution Between Stock and Rolls in Hot and Cold Flat Rolling, by Drs. C. L. Smith and F. H. Scott and W. Sylwestrowicz, 608
  • Iron and Steel Institute—coniinned.
  • Softening of Metals During Cold Work, by N.H. Polakowski, 608
  • Presidential Address by Capt. H. L. Davies on Cold-Reduction Plant for Production of Tin-Plate at Trostre, Llanelly, 629*. See 558, 592
  • Experimental Furnace for Investigation of Open-Hearth Furnace Combustion Problems. Part V. Experiments with Venturi Port and Modifications Thereof,, by J. F. Allen, 656 ; Part VI. Summary of Results and Their Application in Practice, by J. R. Hale and Dr. A. H. Leckie, 656
  • Measurement of Air Infiltration in Open- Hearth Furnaces, by R. Haynes, 672
  • Aerodynamic Factors Associated with Wear of Open-Hearth Furnace Roofs, by J. A. Leys and E. T. Leigh, 672
  • Determination of Hydrogen in Liquid Steel, by R. M. Cook and J. D. Hobson, 673
  • Diffusion of Hydrogen in Iron and Iron Alloys at Elevated Temperatures, by Dr. P. L. Chang and W. D. G. Bennett, 673
  • Distribution of Hydrogen in Large Ingots and Forgings, by J. D. Hobson and Dr. C. Sykes, 673
  • Effect of Hydrogen on Properties of I.ow- Alloy Steels, by J. D. Hobson and Dr. C. Sykes, 673
  • Iron and Steel, Manganese in, Analysis of, Specification, 382
  • — — in 1951, Report on Production Statistics,
  • 434
  • — — Research Association, British, Load
  • meter for Industrial Rolling Mills, 116*, 137 ; Annual Report, 604
  • — — Works. See TForits
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Cast Iron ; Steel; Metallurgy Ironfoundry Associations, Council of, Statistics on Cast-Iron Production and Consumption, 200
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Columns Irrigation Projects in Unitc-d States, 818
  • — Vertical-Spindle Pump for (Ruston and
  • Hornsby, Ltd.), 60*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Irvin, Sir J. H., the Late, 430 Irvine, Sir J. C„ the Late, 778
  • Isle of Grain, Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • — of Wight, Diesel-Electric Chain Ferry at
  • Cowes, 808*
  • Italian Jet-Propelled Training Aircraft, 225* Italy, Leonardo da Vinci Quincentenary
  • Celebrations, 179, 465. See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • I.T.D., Ltd., Diesel-Driven Fork-Lift Truck, 578* ; Battery-Operated Lift Truck with Grab, 579*
  • JACK, Hydraulic, Synchronised (Power Jacks, Ltd.), 753
  • Jack, Prof. J. R., the Late, 78
  • Jacob, A. H. M„ the Late, 755
  • Jane’s Fighting Ships (Review), 241
  • Jarvis, R. G„ on Railways and Coal, 590
  • Jenbacher Werke, Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine, 738*, 768*, 802*
  • Jenkins, A. E., on Properties of Titanium- Oxygen Alloys, 512
  • Jenkinson, E. A., on Molybdenum Steel Steam Pipe, 345*
  • Jesty, L. C., on Black-and-White or Colour Television, 179; on Television and Communications, 603
  • Jetty, Prestressed Concrete, Shell-Haven Oil Refinery, 736*
  • Jodrell Bank, Cheshire, Radio Telescope for Manchester University, 571
  • Johnson Brothers (Steel Erectors), Ltd., Steel Sheeting for Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 3*
  • Johnson, E. H., the Late, 586
  • Johnson, E. M., on Alternators for Water- Power Plants, 442*
  • Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., 250-MVA Oil Circuit-Breaker, 573* ; Fuse-Switch Unit, 574
  • Jointing, Compressed-Asbestos, Specification,
  • 694
  • Jones, T. C„ and Co., Ltd., Pre-Erected Reinforcement for Concrete Structures, 791*
  • Jones, W., and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Centrifugal
  • Speed Governor for Electric Motor, 763*
  • Jones, Dr. W. I., on Heating and Ventilation and Coal Problem, 827
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Jubilee of British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, 526
  • — Golden, of Heenan and Froude, Ltd., Booklet, 472; Celebrations, 825*
  • — of [[Paterson Engineering Co##., Ltd., 815
  • Juhlin, G. A., the Late, 51
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Presidential Address by Air Cmdre. F. R. Banks on Enterprise in Engineering 54; Annual Dinner, 371
  • “ KALA NAG ” Steam-Operated Dipper Dredger, 409*
  • Kamm and Co., Ltd., versus Benn, Legal Decision on, 340
  • Kano, Nigeria, 2,400-kW, Brush-Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, 575*
  • Kaplan Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Karlsson, N., on X-Ray Study of Copper- Titanium System, 512
  • Karlstads Mekanista A.B., 31,700-h.p. Kaplan Turbine, 775*
  • Keelavite Rotary Pumps and Motors, Ltd., High-Pressure Rotary Pump, 645* Keith Blackman Ltd., Gas-Mixture Controller, 546* ; Rotary Gas Compressor for Industrial Installation, 547* ; Ventilation Fan, 547*
  • Kelvin and Hughes, Ltd., 50-Cycle Motor- Generator, 471* ; Yarn Tension Pick-up Unit and Strain Recorder, 471*
  • — Lecture on Iron Atoms in Service of Electrical Engineers, 551
  • Kent, G„ Ltd., Controller for Gas Calorific Value, 448*
  • —Oil Refinery, Isle of Grain, 552*
  • “ Kenya Castle,” S.S., Maiden Voyage of, 435 Kier, J. L., and Co., Ltd., Cooling Towers for
  • Acton Lane “ B ” Power Station, 77* Kinchin, J. W., on Shock Absorbers for Motor
  • Cars, 381
  • Kinematograph. See C'inemalojrapA
  • King’s College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Investigations of Air-Cooled Gas-Turbine Blades, 21*
  • King George VI, the Late, 177*
  • King, G. W., Ltd., Conveying Plant for
  • Straw Bales, 313* ; Automatic Conveyor
  • Control by Punched Cards, 752 Kingman, Dr. F. E. T„ on Explosions in Oil
  • Drums and Tanks, 183
  • Kingsway Tramway Subway, Closing of, 436 Kipping, Sir N., on Education and Productivity, 307
  • Kirk and Kirk, Ltd., Tests of Prestressed-' Concrete Foot Bridge, 595*, 690*
  • Kirk o’ Shotts Television Transmitting Station, 361*
  • Knapp, Prof. R. T., on Cavitation Mechanics and Design of Hydraulic Equipment, 533*, 566*, 597*
  • Knitwear Factory of Pasolds Ltd., Waste-Heat
  • Recovery at, 744*. See Erratum, 824 “ Knock ” in Automobile Engines, Investigations on, 278. See LETTER, 468 Knowler, H„ on Future of Flying Boat, 329*, 382*. See Erratum, 592
  • “ Kongedybet,” M.S., for Copenhagen-Bornholm Service, 491*
  • Konigshofer, Dr. E., on Hydro-Electric
  • Potentialities of Austria, 72
  • Kraumendahl, W., G.m.b.H., Tool-Grinding
  • Machines, 222
  • Krul, Prof. W. F. J. M., on Formation of
  • Associations of Sanitary Engineers, 718 “Krystal” Evaporators for Ammonia Sul
  • phate Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 291*
  • “ Kue-Ken ” Balanced-Jaw Rock Crusher, 203*
  • LABORATORY, Creep Testing, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Witton, 107
  • — Hydrodynamics, California Institute of
  • Technology, Investigations at, 534*, 566*, 597*
  • — Research, Aeronautical, Australian, Annual
  • Report, 309
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Renfrew, Work of, 797*, 813
  • Forest Products, Test House for Timber Structure, 127
  • — —? Road, Exhibits at Institution of Civil
  • Engineers’ Conversazione, 817
  • — St. George’s Hospital, Use of Frameweld Reinforcement in, 792*
  • — Testing, College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering, 196*
  • — See also National Physical

Labour :

  • Apprentices, Former, of Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Register of, 591
  • — Period of Training for, 39
  • — Training Scheme of Newton, Chambers and Co., Ltd., 495
  • — — School, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.,
  • Manchester, 651
  • — See also Education
  • Employers’ Liability, Legal Decisions on, 370, 815
  • Employment in Engineering Industries, 5, 37, 70,102,131,166,197, 230, 263, 294, 326, 338, 356. .See LETTER, 212. See Erratum, 297
  • Ex-Apprentices of Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Register of, 591
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Labour in Mechanised Foundries, 758
  • — and National Service, Ministry of, Re
  • port on Explosions in Oil Drums and Tanks, by Dr. F. E. T. Kingman,
  • E. H. Coleman and Z. W. Rogowski, 183
  • — Notes, 24, 56, 88, 120, 152, 184, 216, 248, 280, 312, 344, 376, 408, 440, 472, 502, 532, 564, 596, 628, 660, 692, 724, 756, 790, 820. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Man-Power in Engineering Industries, 37 and Productivity, Parliamentary
  • Debate, 305. See LETTERS, 371, 468
  • Resources and Utilisation (Review), 496
  • in Shipyard Steel Trades, 824
  • Wages on British Railways, 782
  • — in Engineering Industries, 38
  • Lacquer, Hot, Heating Unit for Spraying (Spray Finishing Systems), 331*
  • Lacy-Hulbert, D., on Productivity of Maintenance, 720
  • Ladder, Tower, Mobile, Electrically-Operated (J. Gibson and Son., Ltd.), 796*
  • “ Lady Combe,” Self-Propelled Multi-Bucket Dredger, 378*
  • “ Lady Thomson,” Self-Propelled Reclamation
  • Dredger, 441*
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation Laing, J., and Son, Ltd., Reinforced-Con'crete
  • Cooling-Water Intake for Coryton Oil Refinery, 332*
  • — Lecture on Shortcomings of Structural
  • Analysis, 57*, 92*
  • Lamb, J., on Explosions in Engine Crankcases, 632*, 661*, 695*
  • La Mont Boiler, Investigations with, 186* Lamourdedieu, M„ on Continuous Heat Treatment of Aluminium Alloys, 455. See 483 Lamps, Electric. Sec Electric
  • Lancashire and South Yorkshire, Notes from 14, 46, 78,110,142,174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462. 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 682, 714, 746, 778, 810. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Lang, D. W., on Structural Strength of Destroyer “ Albuera,” 615
  • Lansing-Bagnall, Ltd., Electrically-Operated 1-ton Die-Handling Truck, 753*
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Latimer versus A.E.C., Ltd., Legal Decision on, 370, 815
  • Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • — and Trial Trips, 32, 63, 91, 128, 160, 190
  • (See Erratum, 192), 224, 288, 349, 384, 447, 479, 508, 570, 636, 666, 695, 715, 764, 790, 811
  • Launching Gear for Ships, 731
  • — of Ships, Investigations on, 159
  • '— of S.S. “ World Concord,” 147
  • Laurent, L„ Historical Writings of, 246
  • Law. See Legal; Labour ; Patents
  • Lawrence, Prof. E. O., Award of Faraday Medal to, 211
  • Lawson, Prof. A. C., the Late, 810
  • Lawton, F. W., Drakelow “ A ” Power Station, 204*
  • Leather, Abrasion-Testing Machine for, 727*
  • Leckie, Dr. A. H., on Open-Hearth Furnace Combustion Problems, 656
  • “ Lectrodryers ” for Compressed Air and Gases, 543*
  • Lee, A., and Sons, Ltd., Use of Mobile Rectifiers in Emergency, 635
  • Leeds, Airedale Works, J. <fc H. McLaren, Ltd., 364*
  • Lens and Prism Making: Textbook for Optical Glassworkers (Review), 292
  • Lewis, Sir A. J. W„ the Late, 206
  • Legal :
  • Contracts for Work and Extension of Time, Decisions on, 750
  • “ Dangerous ” Machinery, Decisions on, 340
  • Employers’ Liability, Decision on, 370,815 Garrard versus A. E. Southey and Co. and Others, Decision on, 370
  • Labour Legislation. See Labour
  • Latimer versus A.E.C., Ltd., Decision on, 370, 815
  • Patent Law. See Patents
  • Protection of Trade Secrets and Methods, Decisions on, 85
  • Spare Parts, Liability for Defects in, 801 Whittle Gas-Turbine Patent, Extension of, 275
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents
  • Leigh, E. T., on Wear of Open-Hearth Furnace Roofs, 672
  • Leixlip Hydro-Electric Plant on River Liffey, 772*
  • Length Bars and Accessories, Specification, 666 Leonardo da Vinci Quincentenary Celebrations, 179, 307; His Life and Times, 465; as Engineer, 560*, 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • Letters to the Editor, 20*, 84, 148, 212, 243*, 340*, 371, 403, 436, 468*, 497, 527, 559, 592, 624*, 655, 689, 719, 752, 784, 815*
  • Leverhulme Research Fellowships and Grants, 655
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Oilfield-Equipment. Transporter with Tipping Body, 284*; Multi-Engined Diesel Trains, 520*; Fatigue-Testing Machine for Thermostats, 570*
  • Leys, J. A., on Wear of Open-Hearth Furnace Roofs, 672
  • “ Library, Iron,” Schaffhausen, 592*
  • — Special, and Information Bureaux, Associa-
  •  ? tion of. See Aslib
  • Licences, Manufacturing, Transatlantic Arrangements for, 655
  • Lichtwitz, O., on Mechanisms for Intermittent Motion, 452*, 485*, 740*
  • Liebert, H. A., the Late, 650
  • Liffey, River, Poulaphuca, Golden Falls and .Leixlip Hydro-Electric Plants on, 772*
  • Lift, Passenger and Goods, Electric, Code of Practice, 155
  • Lifter, Hydraulic, for Tramway Track (Chamberlain Industries, Ltd.), 479*
  • Lifting Bridges. See Bridges
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — and Colour in Industry, Exhibition, 623
  • — Division, National Physical Laboratory,
  • Work of, 804
  • — Polarised, Stress Determination by. See
  • Photo-Elastic
  • — See also Diffraction
  • Lighting, Electric, for Newspaper Printing 124, 150
  • — Street, Code of Practice for, 224
  • Tubular-Steel Columns for, Specification, 732
  • — See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lime Grove, Hammersmith, Television Studios at, 518*
  • Limits and Fits and Basic Engineering Standards, 380*, 411*
  • — — Proposed Specification, 558, 561
  • Liners. See Ships ; Steamers ; Motorships
  • Link, Swing, Suspension, for 3,000-h.p. Gas- Turbine Locomotive, 195*
  • Lipson, Dr. H., Optical Apparatus for Crystal Structure Invest'gations, 690
  • Liquid-Ammonia Storage Tanks, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India. 291*
  • — Fuel. See Oil Fuel. See also Benzene; Motor List, Dr. H., Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil
  • Engine, 738*, 768*, 802*
  • Lister, R. A., and Co, Ltd.,1 Production of Medium-Size Diesel Engines by, 647*
  • Literature, 4, 81, 98, 163, 195, 228, 260, 292, 322, 355, 388, 418, 451, 482, 511, 579, 607, 703, 736, 767. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Lithgow, Sir J., the Late, 277*
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour; Patents Liverpool Observatory and Tidal Institute,
  • Annual Report, 243
  • — Street-Romford Railway, Electric Train
  • Describer on, 428*
  • Llanelly, Trostre, Cold-Reduction Plant for Tin-Plate Production at, 629*
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Statistics of Vessels Lost, 83; Statistics of Vessels under Construction, 115, 527; Statistics of Vessels Launched, 319 ; Statement on Welded Ships, 406 ; Annual Report, 467
  • Loadmeter for Industrial Rolling Mills, 116*, 137
  • Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., Dredging Craft, 378* Location, Systems, Staff, Code of Practice, 320 Lock Entrance, Surrey Docks, Rolling Lift Bridge, for, 396*
  • — Gates, Mitred, of Leonardo da Vinci, 560*
  • — Hydraulic, Investigations on, 509* See
  • LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 402, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752
  • Lockheed Organisation, Apprenticeship Scheme of, 124
  • Locomotive Bogie, Resilient Suspension and Pivot for (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 287*
  • — and Coal Consumption, 590
  • — Cranes. See Cranes
  • — 2-8-2 Type, East African Railways, 73*
  • — Electric, 3,600 h.p.. 3,000-Volt Direct-Cur
  • rent (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 562*
  • — — Bo + Bo. for Manchester-Sheffield-Wath
  • Railway, 321*
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Railways and
  • Coal, by R. G. Jarvis, 590
  • — Gas-Turbine, Brown-Boveri, Tests of, 664*
  • — Turbine Coal-Fired, 4,250-li.p. American, Report on, 18, 623
  • — Turbine Electric, 3,000-h.p. British Railways, 161*, 193*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects in, 294
  • —Mining, Accidents with, 242
  • — 4-6-2 Type, Mixed-Traffic, British Railways,
  • 108*
  • — “ Princess Arthur of Connaught,” Report of
  • Derailment, 681
  • — Shunting, Smoke Eliminators for (Appleby-
  • Frodingham Steel Co.), 29*
  • — Tank, Oil-Fired (Hudswell, Clarke and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 503*
  • — Test Reports, Rugby and Swindon, Publica
  • tion of, 719
  • —- Testing Plant, Rugby, Dynamometer Equipment, 826*
  • — and Their Working (Review), 511
  • — Works, Swindcn, Visit of Institution of
  • Mechanical Engineers to, 718
  • — See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Londex, Ltd., Electronic Planimeter, 426; Relay Contactor, 543*; Police-Type “ Winker ” Beacon, 543*
  • London Association of Engineers, Centenary, 591
  • — County Council, Tests of Prestressed-Con
  • crete. Foot Bridge, 595*. 690*
  • — Cumberland Hotel, Structural Stresses in,
  • 58*
  • — Master Builders’ Association, Technical
  • Information Service, 723
  • — School of Economics, Hobhouse Lecture on
  • Technology and History, by Prof. C. Singer, 246
  • — St. Paul’s Cathedral, Speech Amplification
  • System for, 12*
  • — Transport Executive, Prevention of Ice
  • Formation on Conductor Rails, 30 ; Bogie Design for Electric Railways, 51; Cleaning Railway Telephone Wires Underground, 256*; Closing of Kingsway Tramway Subway, 436; Financial and Statistical Accounts-, 782
  • — Underground Railways. See Underground
  • and London Transport Executive
  • — University College, Annual Report, 307;
  • Flying Spot Microscope, 689
  • — Water Supply, Metropolitan Water Boards’
  • Report, 82
  • Long, E., on Water-Tube Boilers for British Electricity Authority, 212. See 131
  • Longitudes, Bureau des, Annuaire pour 1952 (Review), 322
  • Lord, A., the Late, 270
  • Lorries. See Motor Vehicles ; Tractors
  • Low, D. W., on Dredging Craft, 377*, 409*, 441*
  • Loyne and Cluanie Dams, Use of Blast-Furnace Slag in. 635
  • Lubricants, Chemical Attack of Metals by, 693* Lubricating Oils. See Oils
  • Lubrication, Dry, Anti-Scuffing Paste for (Ragosine Oil Co., Ltd.), 172
  • “ Lucy Ashton,” M.S., Resistance Experiment with, 159*
  • Lummus Co., Ltd., Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 733*
  • Lyon, I. M„ on Mirror Writing of Leonardo da Vinci, 719. See 581*. See LETTER, 784
  • MACADAM. See Roads
  • MacColl, Sir E„ Unveiling of Plaque Memorial to, 462
  • Machine Shops. See Works and Machine Tools
  • — Testing. See Testing Machine and Tests
  • (Materials')

Machine Tools :

  • Bar-Cropping Machine, Heavy-Duty (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 182*
  • Boring Machine, Deep-Hole (Boehringer, Gebr., G.m.b.H.), 285*
  • — — for Diesel-Engine Production, 649*
  • — — for Horizontal Oil Engines, 584
  • — — of Leonardo da Vinci, 560* Button-Blanking Machine, Semi-Automatic(G. H. Whitehouse and Son, Ltd.), 538*
  • Centring Machine, Double-Ended (Hey Engineering Co., Ltd.), 500*
  • Machine Tools—continued.
  • Cropping Machine, Heavy-Duty (F. J Edwards, Ltd.), 182*
  • — and Shearing Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 613*
  • Cutting Machine, Oxy-Acetylene, Universal (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 215*
  • Dowel and End-Forming Machine (F.J„ Edwards, Ltd.), 613*
  • Drilling Machine, 14-in. Heavy-Duty (W. J. Meddings, Ltd.), 480*
  • for Medium-Size Diesel Engines 649*
  • Gauge and Tool Makers’ Association Luncheon, 243
  • Gear Generators, Curved-Bevel Hypoid, Gleason, 659*
  • Grinding Machine for Automobile Pistons (A. Scrivener, Ltd.), 417*
  • — — for Bearing-Roller Ends (Gardner
  • Machine Co.), 446*
  • — — Cam-Profile, for Medium-Size Diesel-
  • Engine Production, 649*
  • — — of Leonardo da Vinci, 465, 580 Tool (W. Kraumendahl, G.m.b.H.),
  • 222*
  • — Wheels, Marking System for, Speciflca- 1 tion, 447
  • Radius Tool for (Engineering Diamonds, Ltd.), 384*
  • Guillotine for Sheet Metal (Fr. Drabert Sohne, 255*
  • Hammering Machine of Leonardo da Vinci, 580*
  • Hardening Machine, Surface, Using Town Gas and Oxygen (Surfard, Lid.), 268* Hydraulic Pri ss. See Press (below) Lathe, Cam-Profiling, for Medium-Size Diesel-Engine Production, 649*
  • — Maximatic, for Crankpin Turning, 649* Machine Shop, Crewe Works of British
  • Rollmakers Corporation, Ltd., 777* Management. See IForis Management
  • — Tools at Die-Block Plant of W. Somers
  • Ltd., 617*
  • for Diesel-Engine Production by R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 648*
  • — — at Factory of National Gas and Oil
  • Engine Co., Ltd., 584*
  • — —Industry, Position and Prospects, 6,
  • 70
  • — for Production of Medium Size Diesel Engines by J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 365*
  • — in Shipyards, 1850-1950, 549, 730
  • — Trades Association, Annual Dinner, 403
  • — for Welded Prefabricated Ship Construction, 822*
  • — Work, Tolerance in. See Gauging Milling Machines for Diesel-Engine Production, 648*
  • Plano, Gildemeister, 585*
  • Press, Brake, 60-ton (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 612*
  • 17-ton (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 613*
  • — Drawing, Double-Action (Taylor &
  • Challen, Ltd.), 644*
  • — Forging, 600/3,000-ton (Wilkins and Mitchell, Ltd.), 489*
  • 250-ton and 1,000-ton Mechanical (B. and S. Massey, Ltd.), 97*
  • — Hydraulic, 1,500-ton, Dishing for Rail
  • way Wheel Mill, 517*
  • — 2,000-ton Extrusion (Fielding and Platt, Ltd.), 374*, 392*
  • — 6,000-ton, for Forging Railway Wheels, 516*
  • for Scrap Metal (Heenan and Froude, Ltd.), 826*
  • — 25-ton Inclinable Geared (Turner
  • Brothers (Birmingham), Ltd.) 612*
  • — Power, 100-ton (Cowlishaw, Walker <fc
  • Co., Ltd.), 641*
  • Saw Bench, Turret (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 614*
  • Sawing Machine, Bar, Automatic (Noble and Lund, Ltd.), 333*
  • Screw-Cutting Machines of Leonardo da Vinci, 560*
  • Shaving Tool, Pneumatic, for Countersunk Rivet Heads (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 572*
  • Shears, Slabbing Mill, Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 4*
  • Shearing and Cropping Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 613*
  • Tapping Machine for Diesel-Engine Gearcases, 649*
  • High-Speed Precision (Motor Gear and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 172*
  • Tool, Electric, Portable, Film Strip on Use of (Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd.), 361 Woodworking Machinery, Dowel and End- Forming Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 613*
  • Turret Saw Bench (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 614*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Maintenance, Planned, at Rotherham Works of Steel, Peech <fc Tozer, 765*, 805*
  • — of Plant in America, 466
  • — Preventive, Conference on, 720
  • — System for Factory, 467
  • “ Major ” Sand Rammer, 644*
  • Man and Chemical Elements, from Stone-Age Hearth to Cyclotron (Review), 260
  • — Power and Productivity, Parliamentary
  • Debate on, 305. See LETTERS, 371, 468 Resources and Utilisation (Review), 496 Scientific, and Potential Ability, 401 Scientific and Technological, Report on, 687, 717
  • in Shipyard Steel Trades, 824
  • Situation in Engineering Industries, 37 Management and Production Technology,
  • Scholarships in, 299
  • — of Works. See Works Management Manchester Joint Research Council, Annual
  • Report, 497
  • Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd., Fluorescent Ink for Crack Detection, 724*
  • — Sheffield-Wath Railway, Electrification of,
  • 164*, 321*
  • — University, Radio Telescope for, 571 Mandel, J., on Road Wear of Tyres, 219* Manganese in Iron and Steel, Chemical Analysis
  • of, Specification, 382
  • Manhole Cover, Malleable Cast Iron (Hale and Hale (Tipton), Ltd.), 246*
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • Manufacturers and Basic Engineering Standards, 380*, 411*
  • Manufacturing Licences, Transatlantic Arrangements for. 655
  • — Machinery for, H.M. Treasury Statement,
  • 309
  • “ Mar ” Resistance Apparatus for Organic Glasses, 726*
  • Marconi, G., Commemorative Plaque on Former London Residence, 490
  • Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Transmitters for Kirk o’ Shotts Television Station, 362*; Underwater Television Equipment, 531*
  • Marcotty Smoke Eliminators for Locomotives, 29*
  • Marenbon, A., on Trailers and Semi-Trailers, 89*, 121*
  • Margam Power Station of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., 129*
  • — Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd.,
  • Extensions to, 1*
  • Margen, P. H„ on Electrical Plant Sizes and Boiler Groupings, 153*, 188*
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery for Dredging Craft, 377*, 409*, 441*
  • Machinery, Fuels for, 249*, 281*
  • Machinery, M.S. “ Kongedybet,” 491 Machinery, Self-Priming Pump (Megator Pump and Compressors, Ltd.), 478*
  • — — Machinery, S.S. “ Normannia,” 349
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Engineers, Institute of, Fuels for Marine
  • Auxiliary Oil Engines, by C. D. Brewer, 249*, 281* ; Annual Dinner, 371; Joint Session with Institution of Naval Architects : Generation of Gas Bubbles at Shrinkage Boundaries of Built-Up Crank shafts for Diesel Engines, by S. Amari and E. Ando, 550 ; High-Powered SingleScrew Cargo Liners, by W. H. Dickie, 582
  • — Engineering Industry, Position and Pros
  • pects in, 230
  • — Propulsion, 4,400-b.h.p. Barclay Curle-
  • Doxford Engine, M.S. “ Windsor,” 681
  • 2,700-b.h.p. B. and W. Engine, M.S. “ Kongedybet,” 491*
  • Derwent V Jet Engines in “ Lucy Ashton,” 159*
  • Diesel-Electric Plant for Chain Ferry, 808*
  • 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator, M.S “ Auris,” 119
  • Geared Turbines for Fast Cargo Liners, 582
  • — — 8,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S.
  • “ Normannia,” 350*
  • — — 158,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S.
  • “ United States,” 809
  • 12,500 s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S. “World Concord,” 147
  • Machinery for Dredging Craft, 377*, 409*, 441*
  • —- — Machinery, Investigations with, 186* Marine Gas Turbine Based on Aeronautical Experience, 147
  • Oil Fuel for. See Oil Fuel
  • Six-Cylinder Opposed-Piston Diesel Engine, M.S. “ Ebro,” 819
  • Types of Machinery for, 513, 537
  • See also Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers ;
  • Torsionmeters ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Markland, E., on Potential Flow Tank, 292* Marley, W. H., and Co., Ltd., Angle Collet Fixtures, 636*
  • Marriner, !R. S., on Comparator for Measuring Variation-in Diameter of Wires, 529*
  • Marshall, C. W., on Power Generation by Wind, 445
  • Marshalling Machine for Railway Wagons, 795* Martens Type Extensometers for Creep Tests, 108*
  • Masonry Resurfacing and Construction Co. Inc., “ Dri-Por ” Method of Repairing Concrete Piles, 237*. See Erratum, 455
  • Massey, B. and S., Ltd., 250-ton and 1,000-ton Mechanical Forging Presses, 97*
  • Masts, Adjustable, for Overhead Equipment for Railway Electrification in Subsidence Areas, 180*
  • — Aerial, Kirk o’ Shotts Television Transmitting Station, 361
  • Mastic, Pitch, Flooring, Specification, 63
  • Mat, Rubber, for Electrical Purposes, Specification, 666
  • Material Handling, Institute of, Formation, 751
  • — Raw, for Use in Engineering Industry, 5
  • — Strength of. See Stress and Tests {Mater
  • ials)
  • — Synthetic, Development of by Chemical
  • Engineering, 627
  • — Wear of, Investigations on, 594*, 625* Mathematical Analysis of Mechanisms for
  • Intermittent Motions, 452*, 485*, 740*
  • — Physics, Introduction to (Review), 703 Mathematics, Exponential Functions ea:
  • Tables of (Review), 355
  • — Practical, Part I (Review), 68. See Errata,
  • 139
  • — Tables of Bessel Functions (Review), 388 Mathew Brothers, 1-ton Petrol-Driven Fork-
  • Lift Truck, 678*
  • Maudslay Society, Annual Report and Luncheon, 687
  • Maunsell, Posford and Pavry, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*
  • Mavitta Drafting Machines, Ltd., Drafting Machines, 645
  • Maximatic Lathe for Crankpin Turning, 64'9* “ Maxoil-Duplex ” Expeller, 324*
  • May Lecture on Place of Plastics in Order of Matter, 402, 404
  • McAlpine, Sir R., and Sons, Ltd., Extensions to Margam Steelworks, 1*; Acton Lane “ B ” Power Station, 77*. See Erratum, 152 ; Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • McAlpine, Sir R., and Sons' (Midlands), Ltd., Drakelow “ A ” Power Station, 204*
  • McAlpine, Sir R., and Sons (South Wales), Ltd., Prestressed-Concrete Road Bridge, Aber- tillery, 413*
  • McKenzie and Brown, Ltd., Vibratory-Trough Conveyor and Screen, 641*; Vibratory- Tube Conveyor, 641*
  • McKeown, Dr. J., on Copper for Alternator Rotor Windings, 424
  • McLaren, J. and H., Ltd., Airedale Works, Leeds, 364*
  • McLellan and Partners, Abbey Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., 1*, 40*, 129* McMullen, J., on Electric Furnaces for Thermal Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, 455. See 483
  • McMurray, T., the Late, 366
  • McNaughton, G. M., on Public Health Engineer in Town and Regional Planning, 718
  • McQuillan, Dr. A. D., on Constitution and Properties of Titanium and Its Alloys, 512
  • McQuillan, M. K.,-on Constitutional Diagram of Chromium-Titanium System, 512
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Meal, Fibre, “ Ardil,” Continuous Extraction Plant for (Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd.), 323*
  • Measurement, Flow, with Orifice Meters (Review), 322
  • — Science of, Development of, 369

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • London Meetings, Winter Session: Programme of Papers, 40
  • Considerations of Bogie Design with Particular Reference to Electric Railways, by W. S. Graff-Baker, 51
  • Gray Lecture on Ship Research, by Dr. S. L. Smith, 105*, 156*, 185*. See 115
  • Marine Gas Turbine from Viewpoint of Aeronautical Engineer, by A. H. Fletcher, 147
  • Powered Flying Controls: Some Design Considerations, by F. J. Bradbury and S. M. Parker, 183. See 179
  • Fluids by Hydraulic Power Transmission, by A. E. Bingham, 213*, 254
  • A wards of Prizes and Council Nomination List, 243
  • Factors Affecting Utilisation of Anti- Knock Quality in Automobile Engines, by J. D. Davis, 278
  • Recent Developments in “ Knock ” Research, by D. Downs and R. W. Wheeler, 278
  • Significance of Octane Numbers in Relation to Road Performance, by H.
  • J. Eatwell and J. G. Withers, 279. See LETTER, 468
  • Gear-Tooth Stresses and Rating Formulae, by Dr. H. E. Merritt, 301
  • Basic Engineering Standards, by Capt. G. C. Adams, 380*, 411*
  • Election of Council, 434
  • Clayton Lecture on Cavitation Mechanics and Design of Hydraulic Equipment, byProf. R. T. Knapp, 533*, 566* 597*
  • Explosions in Engine Crankcases, by J. Lamb, 632*, 661*, 695*
  • Summer Meeting, Bristol: Preliminary Programme, 180 Inaugural Proceedings, 783, 817 Mechanical Engineering Around Bristol, by A. B. Cooper, 783, 817
  • Development of Transport and Commercial Vehicles in Bristol, by A. W. Hallpike, 783, 818
  • Institution Dinner, 783, 818 Visits and Excursions, 783, 817
  • Automobile Division:
  • Trailers and Semi-Trailers, by A. Marenbon, 89*, 121*
  • Noise in Private Cars, by Dr. J. R. Bristow, 201, 252*
  • Shock Absorbers, by J. W. Kinchin and
  • C. R. Stock, 381*
  • East Midlands Branch:
  • Annual Dinner, 314
  • Southern Branch:
  • 21st Anniversary Dinner, 434 Administration and Production Engineering Group:
  • Considerations Regarding a Factory Maintenance Engineering Department, by M. Bentham, 467
  • Steam Group: Natural-Draught Water-Cooling Towers, by H. Chilton, 315*
  • Mechanical Engineering Around Bristol, 783,
  • 817
  • Congress, International, Stockholm, Arrangements for, 497
  • — — Control in, Theory of (Review), 388
  • — Handling Exhibition, Olympia, 677*, 709*,
  • 751, 752*, 795*, 821*
  • Mechanical Stoker. See Stoker
  • Mechanics, Fluid (Review), 768 Mechanisms for Intermittent Motion, 452*,
  • 485*, 740*
  • Meddings, W. J., Ltd., lj-in. Heavy-Duty
  • Drilling Machine, 480*
  • Medina, River, Diesel-Electric Chain Ferry for, 808*
  • Megator Pump and Compressors, Ltd., SelfPriming Marine Pump, 478*
  • Melchett Medal, Award to Dr. D. T. A. Townend, 467
  • Memorial to J. L. Baird at Helensburgh, 522
  • — to Sir T. Bell, 778
  • — to J. Estrade (1857-1936), 719
  • — to G. Marconi at Former London Residence,
  • 4'90
  • Mends, D. N., on Copper for Alternator Rotor Windings, 424
  • Merchant-Navy Engineer Officers, Training Schemes for, 211, 651
  • — Ships. See Ships; Steamers ; Motorships
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Merritt, Dr. H. E., on Gear-Tooth Stresses and Rating Formulae, 301
  • “ Mersey No. 14,“ Diesel-Electric Self-Propelled Dredger, 379*
  • Metaducts, Ltd., Flexible Coupling for Shafts, 578*
  • Metals, Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests
  • {Materials)
  • — Flow of under Creep, 601. See LETTER, 624
  • — Hardness and Strength of, 512

Metals, Institute of :

  • Conference on Properties of Metallic Surfaces, Programme, 789
  • Annual General Meeting:
  • Programme, 236
  • Presidential Address, by Dr. C. J. Smithells, on Some Activities of Institute of Metals, 395. See 404, 424
  • May Lecture on Place of Plastics in Order of Matter, by Dr. J. J. P. Staudinger, 402. See 404, 424
  • Report of Council, 404
  • Honorary Treasurer’s Report, 404
  • Election of Officers, 404
  • Award of Medals, 404
  • Reports of Discussions, 424, 455, 483, 512, 580
  • Annual Dinner, 424
  • Production and Properties of Oxide- Reduced Copper Powder, by Dr.
  • E. C. Ellwood and W. A. Weddle, 424
  • Unrelated Simultaneous Interdiffusion and Sintering in Copper-Nickel Compacts, by Drs. J. M. Butler and T. P. Hoar, 424
  • Sintering of Copper-Zinc Powder Compacts, by Dr. D. D. Howat, R. L. Craik and Dr. J. P. Cranston, 424
  • Creep and Softening Properties of Copper for Alternator Rotor Windings, by N. D. Benson, Dr. J. McKeown and
  • D. N. Mends, 424
  • Hardness and Strength of Metals, by Dr. T. Tabor, 512
  • Some Observations on a/f3 Transformation in Titanium, by Dr. A. D. McQuillan, 512
  • Application of Hydrogen Equilibrium- Pressure Measurements to Investigation of Titanium-A Hoys Systems, by Dr. A. D. McQuillan, 512
  •  ? Constitution of Titanium-Rich Alloys of Iron and Titanium, by H. W. Worner, 512
  • Titanium-Hydrpgen System for Magnesium-Reduced Titanium, by- Dr. A. D. McQuillan, 512
  • Provisional Constitutional Diagram of Chromium-Titanium System, by M.
  • K. McQuillan, 512
  • X-Ray Study of Phases in Copper- Titanium Svstems, by N. Karlsson, 512
  • Structure and Some Properties of Titan- ium-Oxygen Alloys Containing 0-5 Atomic per Cent. Oxygen, by A. E. Jenkins and H. W. Worner, 512
  • Heat Treatment of Titanium-Rich Titanium-Iron Alloys, by H. W. Worner, 512
  • Effect of Elements of First Long Period in a^=i/3 Transformation in Titanium, by Dr. A. D. McQuillan, 512 Mechanism of Precipitation in Aluminium- Magnesium Alloys, by E. C. W. Perryman and G. B. Brook, 512
  • Reaction of Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys with Steam, by A. J. Swain, 513
  • Mechanism of Stress-Corrosion in Alumin- ium-Magnesium Alloys, by Dr. C. Edeleanu, 513
  • Ageing Characteristics of Binary Aluminium-Copper Alloys, by Dr. H. K. Hardy, 513
  • Some New Observations on Mechanism of Fatigue in Metals, by Dr. W. A. Wood and A. K. Head, 580
  • Some Metallographic Observations on Fatigue of Metals, by P. J. E. Forsyth, 580
  • Slip and Polygonisation in Aluminium, by Dr. R. W. Cahn, 580
  • Inhomogeneities in Plastic Deformation of Metal Crystals, by Dr. R. W. K. Honeycombe, 580
  • Slip Bands and Hardening Processes in Aluminium, by Dr. A. F. Brown, 580
  • Visits and Excursions, 580
  • Metals, Institute of—continued.
  • Symposium on Equipment for Thermal Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys:
  • Electric Furnaces for Thermal Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, by C. J. Evans, P. F. Hancock, Dr.
  • F. W. Haywood and J. McMullen, 455. See 483
  • Gas Equipment for Thermal Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, by J. W. Waight, 455. See 483
  • Batch and Continuous Annealing of Copper and Copper Alloys, by E. Davis and S. G. Temple, 455. See 483
  • Bright Annealing of Nickel and Its Alloys, by H. J. Hartley and E. J. Bradbury, 455. See 483
  • Batch Thermal Treatment of Light Alloys, by C. P. Paton, 455. See 483
  • Flash Annealing of Light Alloys, by R. T. Staples, 455. See 483
  • Continuous Heat Treatment of Aluminium Alloys of Duralumin Type, by M. Lamourdedieu, 455. See 483
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, Heat Treatment of, Symposium on, 455, 483
  • —r — Ferrous, Work of Institute of Metals, 395
  • — Plastic Deformation of, Investigations on,
  • 580
  • Metal Sections, Ltd., Lightweight Steel Railway Carriage, 521*
  • — Softening During Cold Working, 608
  • — Solvent-Emulsion Degreasers for, 42
  • — Structure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Metallurgy ; Microphotographs Metallic Surfaces, Properties of, Conference on, Programme, 789
  • Metallography. See Metals; Metallurgy ; Microphotographs
  • Metallurgical and Mining Congress, Empire, Australiaand New Zealand, 1953, Arrangements for, 211

Metallurgy :

  • Alloy, Aluminium-Copper, Ageing of, 513 Use for H.M. Motor Launch, 540*
  • — — Magnesium, Mechanism of Precipitation in, 512
  • Magnesium, Mechanism of Stress Corrosion, 513
  • Magnesium Reaction with Steam, 513
  • Method for Chemical Analysis of, Specification, 571
  • R.R.58, Rotating Bending Fatigue Tests of, 757*
  • Scantlings of Deckhouses of, 708
  • Sections, Specification, 666
  • — — Use in Ship Construction, 158, 413,
  • 513, 538, 731
  • — Copper-Cadmium, Determination of Cadmium in, Specification, 732
  • Nickel and Copper-Zinc, Sintering of, 424
  • See also Brass ; etc.
  • — Light, Use in Ship Construction, 158, 413, 513, 538, 731
  • — Nickel-Iron, Magnetic Properties of, 691*
  • — — Silver, Strip and Foil for Tele
  • communication Industries, Specification, 694
  • — Non-Ferrous, Heat Treatment of, Symposium on, 455, 483
  • — — Ferrous, Work of ' Institute of
  • Metals on, 395
  • — Titanium, Constitution and Properties, Symposium on, 512
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Brass. See Brass
  • Cast Iron. See Cast Iron
  • Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion
  • Diagram, Constitutional, of Chromium- Titanium System, 512
  • Found ry. See Foundry; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment, Bright Annealing, Continuous, Gas-Fired Dowson and Mason Furnace, 223*
  • Carburisation of Gears, Blaw Knox Ltd., 659*
  • Furnaces and Quenching Tanks for Die-Block Plant, Halesowen, 617* of Non-Ferrous Metals and .Alloys, 455. 483
  • — — Plant for Steel Strip for Tin-Plate,
  • 630*
  • Shops for Gears, Blaw Knox, Ltd., 659*
  • Steel, Case-Hardening, Specification, 182
  • Surface-Hardening Machines Using Town Gas and Oxygen, 268*
  • of Titaniu Iron Alloys, 512
  • Iron Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast — Ore. See Ore
  • Metals, Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgical Division, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 804
  • — Investigations by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 801*, 813
  • —- Research at Australian Aeronautical Research Laboratories, 309
  • — Works at Georg Fischer “ Iron Library,” 592*
  • Metallurgy of Non-Ferrous Alloys, Influence of Institute of Metals on, 395 North-East Metallurgical Society, Formation of, 586
  • Powder Metallurgy, Investigations in, 424 Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Rolling Mills. See RoZZing AfiZZs
  • Slag, Blast-Furnace, Use in Dam Construction, 635
  • — Investigations on Viscosity, 800* Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Manufacture at Abbey Steelworks, 3
  • Metallurgy—continued.
  • Steel Manufacture, Air Infiltration and Roof Wear in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 672
  • Combustion Problems in Open- Hearth Process, 656
  • Instrumentation of Open-Hearth Furnaces (Review), 195
  • by Steel, Peech and Tozer, 765*, 805 Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals, Institute of; Microphotographs; Foundry ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See Mining
  • Meters, Orifice, Flow Measurement with (Review), 322
  • — Oxygen, Potentiometric (British Oxygen
  • Co., Ltd.), 470*
  • — Testing Set, Polyphase (Ferranti, Ltd.),
  • 544*
  • — See also Electric
  • Methane in Coal Mines, Removal Problems of,
  • 827
  • — in Coal, Origin and Utilisation of, 678 —- Explosions. See Accidents
  • Metric and Inch Units, Standard Nominal
  • Diameters for, 244
  • Metrology Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 805
  • — Engineering, Development of, 369 Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.,
  • Electrical Equipment for 80-in. Continuous Strip Mill, 41*; 3,000-h.p. Gas-
  • Turbine Electric Locomotive, 161*, 193*; Infra-Red Ovens for Drying Motor Cars, 236* ; Resilient Suspension and Pivot for Locomotive Bogie, 287* ; 60-MW Turbo- Generator, 300*; Electrical Equipment for Bo 4- Bo Electric Locomotives, 321* ; Sorting Tungsten Steel from Carbon- Steel Scrap, 416*; Register of ExApprentices, 591; 60-MW High-Pressure Rotor for Steam Turbine, 641*; 66-kV Outdoor _ Oil Circuit-Breaker, 641* ; 50-h.p. Direct-Current Steelworks Electric Motor, 641*; 1,225-h.p. Electric Motor for Feed Pump, 695*; Steam-Turbine Critical Speed Calculations, 704* ; Electric Motors at Mechanical Handling Exhibition, 710; 1,250-b.h.p. Steam
  • Turbine, for Shell Haven Refinery, 736* ; Diesel-Electric Plant for Chain Ferry, 808*
  • — Water Board, Annual' Report, 82 ; Pre-
  • stressed-Concrete Fencing at Chingford 759*
  • — See also London
  • Micklem, Commdr. Sir E. R., the Late, 625, 657*
  • Microphotograph, Dirt in Oil Used for Hydraulic Mechanisms, 510*. See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752
  • — Effect of Falling of Carborundum on
  • Varnish, 505*
  • — Hot-Drawn and Cold-Drawn Molybdenum
  • Steel, 345*
  • Microscope, Flying-Spot, 689
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Microphotographs
  • Midlands, Notes from 14, 46, 78, 110, 142,174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 682, 714, 746, 778, 810. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mill, Railway-Wheel, of Steel, Peech and Tozer, Sheffield, 515*
  • — Rolling. See Rolling Mills Millen, J. H., the Late, 636
  • Millikan, R. A., Autobiography of, (Review), 145
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See MacAine Tools
  • Milliwatt Calibrator, Direct-Current (Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd.), 281*
  • Mine, Anhydrite, 34-h.p. Diesel-Driven Shot- Firers’ Carriage for, 457*
  • — Cars, Retarder and Scotch Block for
  • (Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd.), 709*
  • — Chief Inspector of, Annual Reports, 242, 654
  • — Coal. See Collieries
  • — Copper, Nkana, Northern Rhodesia,
  • Diorama of, 817
  • — Drainage of Firedamp from, Report on, 178
  • — Ore, Electric-Battery Vehicle for (Smith’s
  • Electric Vehicles, Ltd.), 191*
  • — and Quarries, Inspector’s Report for 1950,
  • 654. See 242
  • — Safety in, Research on, Annual Report, 242
  • — Shaft Signalling, Battery Units for (Nife
  • Batteries, Ltd.), 86*
  • — United States Bureau of. See United
  • States
  • — See also Coal; Collieries ; Mining ; Ores ;
  • and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Miners’ Lamps, Charging Frame for (Oldham and Son, Ltd.), 574*
  • Mineral Dressing, Symposium on Recent
  • Advances in, Programme, 211
  • — Oils. See Oils'
  • — See also Coal; Mining; Ores; and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mining or Alluvial Dredgers, Examples of, 379*
  • — Metalliferous, Inspector’s Report for 1950,
  • 654
  • — and Metallurgical Congress, Empire, to be
  • held in Australia and New Zealand, 1953, Arrangements for, 211
  • — and Metallurgy, Institution of, Symposium
  • on Recent Advances in Field of Mineral Dressing, Programme, 211
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ministry of .Labour and National Service. See under Labour
  • — of Supply. See Supply
  • — of Transport. See Transport
  • Mints, Fillet-Rolling Mill for (Taylor and Challen,
  • Ltd.), 644*
  • Mirror-Writing of Leonardo da Vinci, 581*. See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • Missouri River Reclamation Scheme, 819 Mitchell Engineering Co.,- Ltd., Use of Blast-
  • Furnace Slag in Dam Construction, 635
  • Model of Bristol University Engineering
  • Building, 817
  • — of Coast Line with Wave Generators, 816
  • — of Compressed-Air Caisson, for Uskmouth
  • Power Station, 817
  • — Experiments. See Aeronautics; Tank
  • Experiments
  • — of Morwell Power Station, Australia, 816
  • — of Rapier W.1400 Walking Dragline
  • Excavator, 816
  • — of River Thames for Tidal Investigations,
  • 139*, 816
  • — of Rolling-Lift Bascule Bridge, 553*
  • — of Sluice Gate, 817
  • — for Stress Determination. See Photo-Elastic
  • — Theory of, and Dimensional Analysis
  • (Review), 322
  • — Workshop of Power Gas Corporation, Ltd.,
  • 817
  • Molybdenum, Economies in Use for Alloy Steel, 491
  • Mond Nickel Fellowships, Aims and Objects, 314
  • Monmouthshire, Abertillery, Prestressed-Con- crete Road Bridge at, 413*
  • Mono Pumps, Ltd., Pump for Liquified Gases, 577*; Pump for Liquids Containing Fibrous Materials, 577*
  • Monoplane. See Aeronautics
  • Montagnon, Dr. E. L., Model of Walking
  • Dragline Excavator, 816
  • Monte Carlo Rally Results, 147
  • Morgan, I. G., on Comparator for Measuring
  • Variation in Diameter of Wires, 529* Morley, A. D., on Loadmeter for Industrial
  • Rolling Mills, 116*, 137
  • Morphological Aspects of Abrasion and Wear, 310*
  • Morris, H., Ltd., Triple-Gear Pulley Block, 709*
  • Morrison, A. C. (Engineers), Ltd., 2|-kW Diesel-Driven Generating Set, 576*
  • Morse, W., on Prestressed-Concrete Statically- Indeterminate Structures, 21
  • Morton, A. J., on Tabular Methods for Critical
  • Speed Calculations, 674*, 704*
  • Morwell Power Station, Australia, Model of, 816
  • Moss, A., Electric Train-Describer System, 428*
  • Motion, Intermittent Mechanisms for, 452*, 485*, 740*
  • — and Time Study (Review), 4
  • Motor Alternator Generator Set (Electric
  • Construction Co., Ltd.), 640*
  • — Boat, Aluminium-Alloy Launch for Royal
  • Navy, 540*
  • — — “ Queen Elizabeth,” Launch, Welded-
  • Aluminium Deckhouse for, 762*
  • — Car, British, in Monte Carlo Rally, 147
  • — — Chassis, Regal Mark IV (A.E.C., Ltd.),
  • Synchromesh Gearbox for, 190* Engines. See Engines, Petrol Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers,
  • Institution of, Automobile Division Exports, 814
  • — Gearbox, Synchromesh (A.E.C., Ltd.), 190*
  • — Hydraulic Shock Absorbers for, 381
  • — —Industry, Position and Prospects in, 6,
  • 166. See Erratum, 297
  • — — Noise in, Investigations on, 201, 252*
  • . See also Motor Vehicles ; Motor Coach ;
  • Motor Cycles ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • — Coach for Airways Services, 681*
  • — Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects, 358
  • — Electric, at Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot,
  • 3*, 40*, 129
  • — — 750-Volt, for Bo + Bo Electric Loco
  • motive, 321*
  • Centrifugal Speed Governor for (W.
  • Jones and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 763*
  • — — Electronic Ignition Control Panel for,
  • 543*
  • 1,225-h.p., for Feed Pump (Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • Induction, Standard (English Electric
  • Co., Ltd.), 517
  • — for Newspaper Printing, 124*, 150* ? Rectifier, Variable-Speed Drives, 61*
  • —Reversing and Braking Contactors for
  • (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 542*
  • Squirrel-Cage, Direct-On Starter for (Electric Construction Co., Ltd.), 640*
  • —- — Steelworks, 50-h.p. Direct-Current
  • (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 641*
  • — Traction, for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 163*, 193*
  • — Gear and Engineering Co., Ltd., High-
  • Speed Precision Tapping Machine, 172*
  • — Generator, 50-Cycle (Kelvin and Hughes,
  • Ltd.), 471*
  • — —- Set for Multiple-Unit Electric Trains, 76* for 45-in. Slabbing Rolling Mill, Abbey
  • Steelworks, Port Talbot, 4*
  • — Hydraulic, for Tractors, 638* -— Industry Exports, 814
  • — Industry Research Association, Report on
  • Torsional Fatigue Machine with Torque Control, by R. J. A. Paul and Dr. J. R.
  • Bristow, 25* ; Investigation of Noise in Private Cars, 201, 252*
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Launches. See Motor Boats
  • — Lorries. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Manufacturers and Traders, Society of,
  • on Motor Industry’s Exports, 814
  • — Marine. See Engines ; MarinePropulsion ;
  • Motorships
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • — and Pumps, Displacement (Review), 703
  • — -Rectifier, Variable-Speed Drives, 61*
  • — Road Rollers. See Road
  • — Servo, High-Torque, Air-Operated (J.
  • Gordon and Co., Ltd.), 349*
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Motor Truck, Battery-Driven, 1-ton Fork-Lift (A. Hirst and Son, Ltd.), 677*
  • — — Battery-Driven, Industrial, Influence on
  • Factory Design, 632
  • — — Battery-Driven, Industrial (Steels Engi
  • neering Products, Ltd.), 677*
  • Battery-Operated, Elevating (Brush Coachwork, Ltd.), 753
  • — — Battery-Operated, Lift, with Grab
  • (I.T.D., Ltd.), 579*
  • — Diesel-Driven, Fork-Lift (I.T.D., Ltd.), 578*
  • — — Diesel-Engined, 10,000-lb. Fork-Lift
  • (Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd.), 752
  • Electrically-Operated, 1-ton Die- Handling (Lansing-Bagnall, Ltd.), 753*
  • — — Oil-Engined, Dump, 154-b.h.p. “Euclid”
  • (J. Blackwood Hodge and Co., Ltd.), 541* — Oil or Petrol-Driven, Fork-Lift, Heavy- Duty, 70-h.p. (Shelvoke and Drury, Ltd.), 821*
  • Petrol-Driven, 4,000-lb. Fork-Lift (Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Ltd.), 678*
  • — — Petrol-Driven, |-ton Fork-Lift (A.
  • Hirst and Son, Ltd.), 677*
  • — — Petrol-Driven, 1-ton Fork-Lift (Mathew
  • Brothers), 678*
  • — Vehicle, Battery-Driven, for Ore Mines
  • (Smith’s Electric Vehicles, Ltd.), 191*
  • — — Development in Bristol, 783, 818
  • — 154-b.h.p. Dump Truck, Oil-Engined “ Euclid ” (J. Blackwood Hodge and Co., Ltd.), 541*
  • — — Exports, 814
  • Industry, Position and Prospects in, 6, 166. See Erratum, 297
  • — — Lorry for Coal Delivery, with Integral
  • Conveyor (Charrold, Ltd.), 616*
  • — — Oilfield-Equipment, with Tipping Body
  • (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 284*
  • — — Trailers and Semi-Trailers, for Use with,
  • 89*, 121*
  • — Wagons. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors Motorship “ Atreus,” Contra-Rotating Ventilation Fans for, 45
  • — “ Auricula,” Burning of Boiler Fuels in, 501
  • — “ Auris,” 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator
  • Propelling Unit, 119; Piston-Temperature Measuring Device in, 663*. See 397
  • — Under Construction, Lloyd’s Register
  • Statistics, 115, 527
  • — “ Ebro,” Royal Mail Cargo Liner, 819
  • — “ Kongedybet,” for Copenhagen-Bornholm
  • Service, 491*
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 319
  • — Launches and Trial Trips, 32, 63, 91, 128,
  • 160, 190 (See Erratum, 192), 224, 228, 349, 384, 447, 479, 508, 570, 636, 666, 695, 715, 764, 790, 811
  • — Lloyd’s Register Annual Report, 467
  • —? Lost, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 83
  • — “ Lucy Ashton,” Resistance Experiments
  • with, 159*
  • — “ Newcombia,” Observed and Calculated
  • Stresses on, 58*
  • — Welded, Lloyd’s Register Statement on, 406
  • — “ Windsor,” Launch of, 681*
  • — See also Marine Propulsion
  • Mouchel, L. G., and Partners, Prestressed- Concrete Jetty at Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 736*
  • Moulds for Glass-Bulb Manufacture, 663* Moulding Machines for Plastics (R. H. Windsor,
  • Ltd.), 642*
  • Wood. See Machine Tools
  • — See also Foundry
  • Mowlem, J„ and Co., Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*
  • Muckle, W., on Scantlings of Long Deckhouses of Aluminium Alloy, 708
  • “ Mud-Hog ” Petrol-Driven Pump, 644*
  • Muddy Waters, Army Engineers and Nation’s Rivers (Review), 579
  • Muirhead and Co., Ltd., Muirhead-Pametrada Wave Analyser, 425*. See Erratum, 491
  • Mullard Ltd., Local Assembly Oscillator, 426* ; Whyteleafe Experimental Valve Factory, 427* ; Vertical Drawing of Glass Tubing, 701*
  • Multi-Gauging Equipment, Exhibition of, 149* Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Mumford, A. H„ on History of Television, 553. See ERRATUM, 619
  • Municipal Tramways. See Tramways
  • Murex, Ltd., Sintered Composite Magnet, 425* Museum, Royal Scottish, Model of Bascule
  • Bridge, 553*
  • — of Science and Industry, Birmingham,
  • Opening of, 298
  • — Science, South Kensington, Leonardo da
  • Vinci Exhibition 307, 465, 560*, 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784; Exhibition of Alchemical Books, 814
  • Mushet, R. F., and First Bessemer Steel Rail, 181
  • Mutual Security Agency, Transatlantic Arrangements for Manufacturing Licences, 655
  • Myers, G. H., versus Brent Cross Service Co., Legal Decision in, 801
  • Mynydd ' Anelog, Caernarvonshire, North Wales, 100-kW Wind-Power Generator, 343
  • NASH and THOMPSON, LTD., Wind-Velocity Vector Integrator, 316*
  • National Coal Board Researches in Heating and Ventilation, 827
  • — Foundry College, Report, 1948-51, 506
  • — Fuel Policy, Statement by Federation of
  • British Industries, 267
  • Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., Mixing and
  • Governing Valve for Gas Engines, 32* ; Diesel-Engine Factory, Ashton, 584*
  • — Physical Laboratory, Report on Severn
  • Bridge Aerodynamic Investigation, by Dr. R. A. Frazer and G. Scrutton, 299, 347; Investigation on Transparent Conducting Films on Glass, 333; Effect of Cold-Drawing on Creep-Resisting Molybdenum-Steel Steam Pipe, by E. A. Jenkinson and D. C. Herbert, 345*; Sensitive Comparator for Measuring Variation in Diameter of Wires, by Dr.
  • . J. C. Evans, R. S. Marriner and I. G. Morgan, 529*; Tank Experiments on Frictional Resistance in Turbulent Flow, 675 ; Annual Report, 751; Correlation of Fatigue Strength in Bending and Direct Stress, by P. G. Forrest and H. J. Tapsell, 757*; Open-Day Exhibition, 804. See LETTER, 340*
  • National Research Development Corporation, Annual Report, 212
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • Naval Architects, Institution of :
  • Spring Meeting, London : Programme, 397
  • Report of Council, 433, 434 Election of Officers, 433, 434 Presidential Address, by Lord Runciman, on Work of Institution, 469. See 433, 434
  • Reports of Discussions, 469, 487, 513, 549, 582, 615, 646. 675, 708
  • Britain’s Deep-Sea Liner Trade, 1945- 1951, and Some Random Thoughts, by B. Sanderson, 499. See 433, 469, 487
  • Merchant Ship Design-:—A Thought for the Future, by Sir W. Ayre, 537. See 513
  • Structural Strength Investigations on Destroyer “ Albuera,” by D. W. Lang and W. G. Warren, 615
  • Prediction of Thermal Conditions in H.M. Ships in Tropical Waters, by J. A. B. Gray and F. E. Smith, 646
  • Frictional Resistance of Smooth Plane Surfaces in Turbulent Flow. New Data and Survey of Existing Data by Dr. G. Hughes, 675
  • The Scantlings of Long Deckhouses Constructed of Aluminium Alloy, by W. Muckle, 708
  • Changes in Ship Construction, 1850 to 1950, by N. M. Hunter, 730. See 549 Joint Session with Institute of Marine Engineers:
  • Generation of Gas Bubbles at Shrinkage Boundaries of Built-Up Crankshafts for Diesel Engines, by S. Amari and
  • E. Ando,550
  • High-Powered Single-Screw Cargo Liners, by W. H. Dickie, 582
  • Naval Architecture, Modern (Review), 228
  • — — See also WarsAips
  • — Construction. See IFars/jfps
  •  ?— See also Warships
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Navvy. See Excavator
  • Navy, British. See H.M. under TFars/jips
  • — See also Naval; Warships; and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., 10-ton Mobile Crane, 710*
  • Negretti <fc Zambra, Ltd., Pyrometers for High-Speed Diesel Engines, 427
  • Neill, J., and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., Magnetic Floater, 641* ; Magnetic Holder, 641*
  • Neilson, J. B., Invention of Hot Blast, 658 Neville-Jones, D., on Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Position, 435
  • New Year Honours List, 19
  • — Zealand and Australia, Empire Mining and
  • Metallurgical Congress, 1953, Arrangements for, 211
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, King’s College, Investigation of Air-Cooled Gas-Turbine Blades, 21*
  • “ Newcombia,” M.S., Observed and Calculated Stresses on, 58*
  • Newcomen Society, Early Refining of Pig Iron in England, by Dr. H. R. Schubert, 51; Summer Meeting, York, 755
  • Newhouse, F., on Higher Technological Education, 148, 497. See LETTERS, 20, 403
  • Newman, D. R., on Aspects of Civil Jet Aircraft Performance, 428
  • Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. S.S. “ United States,” 809*
  • Newspaper Printing, Electricity in, 124*, 150* Newton, Chambers and Co., Ltd., Training Scheme of, 495
  • Newton Victor, Ltd., Mobile X-Ray Equipment, 544*
  • Nickel Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • — Clad Steel Plate, Specification, 666
  • — Economies in Use in Alloy Steel, 491
  • — Industry, Canadian. Statistics of, 371
  • Nife Batteries, Ltd., Battery Uuits for Mine- Shaft Signalling, 86*
  • Nigeria, Kano, 2,400-kW Brush-Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, 575*
  • Nixon, W. C., on X-Ray Tube with Magnetic Lens, 690
  • Nkana Copper Mine, Northern Rhodesia, Diorama of, 817
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd., Automatic Bar-Sawing Machine, 333*
  • “ NOduMAG ” Properties of, 544
  • Noise in Private Cars, Investigations on, 201, 252*
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Ferrous Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy Nordberg Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Symons
  • V-Screen, 642*
  • “ Normannia,” S.S.. Cross-Channel Steamer, 349*
  • North Atlantic Shipping and Trading Co., Launch of “ World Concord,” 147
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., 2-8-2 Type Locomotives for East African Railways, 73*
  • — East Coast Institution of Engineers and
  • Shipbuilders, Laing Lecture on Shortcomings of Structural Analysis, by Prof. J. F. Baker, 57*, 92* ; Aluminium as Shipbuilding Material, by Dr. E. C. B. Corlett, 413
  • Metallurgical Society, Formation of, 586
  • North Notes from. See Scotland
  • — of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, Experi
  • mental Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 8*. See LETTERS, 527, 592; Errochty Hydro- Electric Scheme, 16*; Experiments on Wind Power, 446; Memorial to Sir E. MacColl, 462 ; Annual Report, 623 ; Use of Blast-Furnace Slag in Loyne and Cluanie Dams, 635
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Lectures on Liquid Fuels, 203
  • Northern Rhodesia, Diorama of Nkana Copper Mine, 817
  • Norwegian State Railways, Diesel Railcars for, 201*
  • Notes on New Books. See Boofcs and LITERATURE INDEX
  • — See Cleveland ; Lancashire and South York
  • shire ; Midlands ; Scotland ; South-West; Labour. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Notification of Vacancies Order, 146 Nottingham University, Investigations with
  • Potential Flow Tank, 292*
  • Nozzle, Flow Through, of Humid Air, 609*
  • — Parallel-Throated, and Orifices, Flow
  • Through, Bibliographical Survey of (Review), 483
  • Nuclear Physics, European Co-operation on, Proposals for, 340
  • Nucleonic and Radiological Developments, Ltd., Automatic Processing Unit for X-Ray Films, 415*
  • Nuffield Foundation, Radio Telescope for Manchester University, 571
  • — Tractor with Hydraulically-Controlled Stripping Fork, 606*
  • Nuts and Bolts, Hexagonal, in B.A. Range, Spanners for, Specification, 732
  • Nyquist Diagram Plotter (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 426

Obituary :

  • Allen, C. E., 21
  • Ayre, Sir A., 84*
  • Baxter, J. M., 179
  • Beere, O. G. R., 569
  • Bell, Sir T., 46, 84*
  • Bellamy, G. S., 714
  • Blache, Dr. H. H., 372*
  • Brook, Col. E. T., 172
  • Bruce, R. F. D., 46
  • Callender, Sir J., 403
  • Carter, Dr. F. W., 720
  • Cook, S. 3., 688*
  • Cowan, G. M., 650
  • Crompton, T. A., 468
  • Desoutter, M., 498
  • Devereux, Col. W. C., 816*
  • Dickinson, Dr. H. W., 242, 276*
  • Donald, R. S., 46
  • Drummond, D., 430
  • Duncan, Sir A. R., 436*
  • Elsdon, C. G. R., 302
  • Graff-Baker, W. S., 244*
  • Hadley, W., 174
  • Harley-Mason, J. H., 341, 373
  • Hetherington, Sir R. G., 277
  • Hodgson, J. E., 498
  • Inglis, Sir C. E., 528*. See LETTER, 592
  • Irvin, Sir J. H., 430
  • Irvine, Sir J. C., 778
  • Jack, Prof. J. R., 78
  • Jacob, A. H. M., 755
  • Johnson, E. H., 586
  • Juhlin, G. A., 51
  • King George VI, 177*
  • Lawson, Prof. A. C., 810
  • Lewis, Sir A. J. W., 206
  • Liebert, H. A., 650
  • Lithgow, Sir J., 277*
  • Lord, A., 270 •
  • Mackie, 0. J. T., 76
  • MacKie, J., 618
  • McMurray, T., 366
  • Micklem. Commdr. Sir E. R., 625, 657*
  • Millen, J. H., 636
  • Osborn, Sir S., 746, 784. See 558
  • Pillinger, G. C., 341
  • Pilmour, W. H., 341
  • Pollitt, A., 21
  • Pope, P. C., 308*
  • Ralston, S. B., 498
  • Roberts, T. A. M., 206
  • Robertson, J., 682
  • Rodger, J., 492
  • Saner, Col. J. A., 308
  • Seddon, Dr. E., 13
  • Shrapnell-Smith. E. S., 498
  • Stockdale, Dr. H. F., 14
  • Stradling, Sir R., 148*
  • Taylor, W. H., 110
  • Wade, R. C., 14
  • Wailes JJ, P 115
  • Williams, W. H., 115. See Erratum. 191
  • Observatory, Liverpool, and Tidal Institute, Annual Report, 243
  • “ Ocean Vulcan,” S.S., Investigations on Welded Construction of, 157*
  • Oceanography, Institute of, Wave Measurer and Recorder, 816
  • Oerlikon Co., 50,000-kW Generators, Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 385*
  • Oil Burning Installation at Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 386*
  • — Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars ;
  • Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Extented Synthetic Rubbers, Future of,719
  • — Flame Radiation from, Researches on, 781
  • — Fuel Burners, Investigations on Design, 781
  • Burners in Ships, Performance of, 582
  • — from Groundnuts, Extraction Plant for,
  • 323*
  • — Hydraulic, Characteristics of, 213*, 254- Lubricating and Fuel, Pipe Resistance
  • for (Review), 228
  • — Lubricating, Chemical Attack of Metals by,
  • 693*
  • Motor, “ Shell X-100 ” (Shell-Mex and
  • B.P., Ltd.), 343
  • Oil Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Vehicles ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Refinery, Coryton, Cooling-Water Intake
  • for, 332*
  • — — Kent, Isle of Grain, 552*
  • — — Shell, Berre, France, Extensions to, 283*
  • — — Shell Haven, 733*
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • — Tanker “ Auricula,” Burning of Oil Fuels in,
  • 501
  • —- — “ Auris,” 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator Propelling Unit, 119; Piston- Temperature Measuring Device in, 663*. See 397
  • Under Construction, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 115, 527
  • Elastic Stresses in, 58
  • Launched, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 319
  • — — Launches and Trial Trips, 32, 63, 91,
  • 128,160,190, (see Erratum, 192), 224, 288, 349, 384, 447, 479, 508, 570, 636, 666, 695, 715, 764, 790, 811
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Annual Report, 467
  • Welded, American, Circular on Strengthening of, 667
  • Welded, Lloyd’s Register Statement on, 406
  • “ World Concord,” Launch of, 117
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Well Engineering Co., Ltd., Oil-Well
  • Drilling Equipment for Tunisia, 460*
  • — See also Lubrication ; Petroleum
  • Oldham and Son, Ltd., Charging Frame for Miners’ Lamps, 574*
  • Olding, J., and Co., Ltd., Cable-Controlled Bulldozing Equipment for Vickers Tractor, 542* ; 12-cub. yd. Vickers Scraper, 542*
  • Oliver, D. A., Creep-Testing Machine, 107* Olsen “ Wearometer ” for Plastics, 726* Olympia. See Exhibition
  • Omnibus, Trolley. See Trolley-’Bus
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Annual Reports, 19, 210. See Errafum, 298 ; R. L. Hearn Power Station, 353*, 391*. , See Erratum, 396
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Opening Bridges. See Bridges
  • Optics, Electronic, Elements of (Review), 418
  • — Lens and Prism Making : Textbook for
  • Optical Glassworkers (Review), 292
  • Oram, G. C., on Preventive Maintenance in Action, 720
  • Orcene Co., Ltd., Alkali Degreasing Plant, 764* Ordnance. See Ballistics ; Guns
  • Ore Mines, Electric-Battery Vehicle for (Smith’s Electric Vehicles, Ltd.), 191*
  • — Pelletising Plant for, 604
  • — Transporters, Margam Steelworks, 1*
  • Orifice Meters, Flow Measurement with (Review), 322
  • — and Parallel-Throated Nozzles, Flow Through, Bibliographical Survey of (Review), 483
  • Orlandi Tracking Semi-Trailer, 89*
  • Osborn, S., and Co., Ltd., Centenary of, 558
  • Osborp, Sir S., the Late, 746, 784. See 558 Oscillations, Electric. See Electric
  • — in Suspension Bridges, Investigations on,
  • 299, 347
  • Oscillograph. See Electric
  • Outlook, Engineering, 5, 37, 70, 102, 131, 166, 197, 230, 263, 294, 326, 338, 356. See LETTER, 212. See Erratum, 297
  • Ove Arup and Partners, Ltd., Tests of Prestressed-Concrete Foot Bridge, 595*. 690* Oven, Annealing, for Glass-Bulb Manufacture 663*
  • — Drying, Infra-Red, for Motor Cars (Metro
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.). 236* Overhead Cranes. See Cranas
  • — Equipment, Manchester-Sheffield-Wath
  • Railway, 165*
  • — —- for Railway Electrification in Subsidence
  • Areas, 180*
  • — Lines, Power Transmission, Use of Heli
  • copter for Erection of, 128*
  • — — Power Transmission, High-Voltage Dir
  • ect Current, 477*
  • Power Transmission, High-Voltage, Work of J. Estrade (1857-1936), 719
  • Power Transmission, International High- Tension Conference, Paris, Programme, 109 ; Proceedings, 687, 749
  • Power Transmission, Southern Ireland, 772*
  • Power Transmission, 380-kV, Sweden, 783
  • Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, Uganda, Progress with, 435
  • Oxford University, Fatigue-Testing Machine for Ceramics, 422*
  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding. See TPeZdw
  • Oxvgen Meter, Potentiometric (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 470*
  • PACKAGES, Protection Against Spoilage, Specification, 571
  • Paddle-Boat Design of Leonardo da Vinci, 561*
  • Paint, Abrasion of, Investigations on, 504*
  • Painting, Code of Practice for, 587
  • Paintshop Productivity, Conference on, 784
  • Pametrada Experimental Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 8*. See LETTERS, 527, 592
  • — Muirhead Wave Analyser (Muirhead and Co., Ltd.), 425*. See Erratum, 491
  • — Research Station, Wallsend, Work of, 186
  • Pamphonic Reproducers, Ltd., Speech Amplification System for St. Paul’s Cathedral, 12*
  • Pantograph for Bo + Bo Electric Locomotives, 321*
  • Paradise Convent, Schaffhausen, Georg Fischer “ Iron Library ” at, 592*
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Paris, International Conference on Large High-Tension Systems, Programme, 109 ; Proceedings, 687, 749
  • Park Royal Vehicles, Ltd., Motor Coaches for Airways Services, 681*
  • Parker, S. M., on Design of Powered Flying Controls, 183. See 179
  • Parry, D. H.. on Space Heating by Electricity, 476
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd.. Turbo-Generators for Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 44* ; 100-MW Turbo-Alternator at R. L. Hearn Power Station, Toronto, 353*, 391*. See Erratum, 396
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Pasolds, Ltd.. Waste-Heat Recovery at Factory of, 744*. See Erratum, 824
  • Passenger Steamers. See Steamers
  • Paste, Anti-Scuffing, for Dry Lubrication (Ragosine Oil Co., Ltd.), 172
  • Patent Law Reform, 212
  • —- Whittle Gas-Turbine, Extension of, 275
  • Paterson and Dickinson, Ltd., Rolling Lift Bridge for Surrey Docks Lock Entrance, 396*
  • Paterson Engineering Co., Ltd., Jubilee of, 815
  • Paton, C. P., on Batch Thermal Treatment of Light Alloys, 455. See 483
  • Patterns, Foundry, Wooden, Colouring and Marking of, Specification, 571
  • — Making Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Paul, R. J. A., on Torsional Fatigue Testing Machine with Torque Control, 25*
  • Paving Bricks, Rattler Abrasion Testing Apparatus for, 729*
  • Peacock, H. M., on Economics of Fuel and Power, 689, 815. See 621. See LETTER, 752
  • Peat Deposits in Scotland, 11
  • — Firing Equipment for Experimental Gas
  • Turbine, 8*. See LETTERS, 527, 592
  • Peattie, K. R., on Tests on Concrete with Electrical-Resistance Strain Gauges, 468*
  • Peddinghaus, P. F., Surface Hardening Process Using Town Gas and Oxygen, 268*
  • Pegson, Ltd., “ Mud-Hog ” Petrol-Driven Pump, 644*
  • Pelleting Machine, Hydraulic, for Plastics (British Industrial Plastics, Ltd.), 644*
  • — Plant for Ore, 604
  • — Process for Wet Coal Slurry, 653
  • Penistone Control Room, Manchester-Sheffield-1^ Wath Railway, 165*
  • Permalloy “ F,” Magnetic Properties of, 691* Permanent Magnets. See Magnets
  • Perryman, E. C. W., on Precipitation in Alu- minium-Magnesium Alloys, 512
  • Personal, 15, 47, 79, 111, 143, 175, 207, 239, 271, 303, 335, 367, 399, 431, 463, 493, 523, 555, 587, 619, 651, 683, 715, 747, 779, 811
  • Pest Control, Ltd., Hillier Helicopter for Erection of Transmission Line, 128*
  • Products, Recommended Common Names for, Specification, 779
  • Petrol Motors. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum Industry, Bolting for, Specification, 182
  • Compressed-Asbestos Jointing for, Specification, 694
  • Production of Equipment for, 687
  • — Information Bureau, Statistics of Petroleum
  • Production and Consumption, 655
  • — Institute of, New South-East Branch, In
  • auguration, Rochester, 183
  • — Production and Consumption, Statistics, 655
  • — See also Oil; Engines, Oil
  • Philadelphia, United States, Plant Maintenance Conference, 466
  • Philips Electrical, Ltd., High-Power Stroboscope, 426*
  • Photo-Elastic Tests of Transversely-Loaded Beams, 390*
  • — Elasticity. See also Optical Determination
  • of Stress
  • Photographic Study of Rapid Events (Review), 195
  • Photography, Motion-Picture, for Investigation of Cavitation, 536*, 566*, 597*
  • Photo-Mechanical Illustration, Work of W. H. Fox Talbot on, 563*
  • Photometer, Spherical Integrating (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs Physical Laboratory. See National Physical
  • — Society’s Scientific Apparatus Exhibition,
  • 51, 348, 404*, 425*, 470*. See Erratum, 491
  • Physics, Electronic Optics (Review), 418
  • — Institute of, Industrial Physics Conference,
  • Glasgow, Programme, 497
  • — Magnetron (Review), 703
  • — Mathematical, Introduction to (Review),
  • 703
  • — Nuclear, European Co-operation on, Pro
  • posals for, 340
  • — Research in United States, Dr. R. A.
  • Milliken’s Impact on, 145
  • — Wilson, C. T. R., and Cloud Chamber (Re
  • view), 451
  • — See also Physical Society and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Pickling Plant at Tin-Plate Works, Trostre, 629*
  • Pike, D. V., on Aluminium Construction, 317
  • Piles, Concrete, “ Dri-Por ” Method of Repairing (Masonry Resurfacing and Construction Co., Inc.), 237*. See Erratum, 455
  • — Overturning of, Soil Failure During, In
  • vestigation on, 134*
  • Piling, Sheet, for Cofferdam, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*
  • — — Prestressed-Concrete (Dow-Mac (Pro
  • ducts), Ltd.), 272*
  • Pillinger, G. C„ the Late, 341
  • Pilmour, W. H., the Late, 341
  • Pins, Dowel, Parallel, Steel, Specification, 320
  • — Taper, Solid and Split, Specification, 224
  • Pinions. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Pipe Resistance for Hydraulic, Lubricating and Fuel Oils (Review), 228
  • Pipe, Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • — See also 7'wftes
  • Pipelines for Hydraulic Transportation of Coal, 171
  • — Steel, High-Temperature and High-Pressure
  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding of, Specification 635
  • Piraeus Electricity Co., Ltd., Athens, Twenty- Five Years’ Work of, 396
  • Piston, Automobile-Engine, Grinding Machine for (A. Scrivener, Ltd.), 417*
  • — Hot, Crankcase Explosion from, 632*, 661*
  • Pits, Soaking, Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 3
  • Pitch Mastic Flooring, Specification, 63
  • Pitlochry Power Station, Memorial Plaque to Sir E. MacColl, 462
  • Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Place, J. A., on Loadmeter for Industrial Rolling Mills, 116*, 137
  • Plane Surfaces, Smooth, in Turbulent Flow, Frictional Resistance of, 675
  • Planimeter, Electronic (Londex, Ltd),, 426
  • Plant Layout: Planning and Practice (Review) 228
  • — Maintenance Conference, Philadelphia,
  • United States, 466
  • Plastic Deformation of Metals, Investigations on, 580
  • Plastics, Hydraulic Pelleting Machine for (British Industrial Plastics, Ltd.), 644*
  • — Moulding Machines for (R. H. Windsor,
  • Ltd.), 642*
  • — Olsen “ Wearometer ” for, 726*
  • — Place of, in Order of Matter, 402, 404
  • — and Rubber Factory, Brynmawr, South
  • Wales, 437*
  • — Triple-Screw Extrusion Machine for (R. H.
  • Windsor, Ltd.), 481*
  • Plate, Aluminium, for Shipbuilding, 413
  • — Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Ship, Brittle Fracture of, Investigations on,
  • 156*
  • — Steel, Nickel-Clad, Specification, 666
  • Plessey Co., Ltd., Selective Amplifier, 426*; Nyquist Diagram Plotter, 426
  • Plotter, Diagram, Nyquist (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 426
  • Plough, Two-Furrow, on Ferguson Tractor, with Hydraulic Control, 605*
  • Pneumatic Intake Plants, Buenos Aires Grain Elevator, 786*
  • — See also Compressed Air ; Air Compressor
  • Pochobradsky, B., on Centrifugal Force in Axial-Flow Turbines, 624*
  • Polakowski, N. H., on Softening of Metals During Cold Working, 608
  • Polarograph (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 470*
  • Poles, Transmission Line and Telephone, Preservation of, 525
  • Police-Type “ Winker ” Beacon (Londex, Ltd.), 543*
  • Pollitt, A., the Late, 21
  • Polytechnic. See Kdttcaiwn
  • Pontoon Dock, Floating, for Flying Boats, 382* Pope, P. C., the Late, 308*
  • Port of London Authority, Model of River Thames for Tidal Investigations, 139* ; Rolling Lift Bridge at Surrey Docks, 396*; Welded Dock Gates for, 722*
  • — Talbot, Abbey Works of Steel Companv of
  • Wales, Ltd., 1*, 40*, 129*
  •  ;— Venturi, in Open-Hearth Furnaces, Experiments with, 656
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. ' See Machine Tools
  • Portal, Frame, Elastic Stresses in, 92*
  • Porter, R. B., Prestressed-Concrete Sheet Piles, 272*
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Potters-Bar Station Reconstruction and Track Widening, 407
  • Poulaphuca Hydro-Electric Plant on River Liffey, 772*
  • Powder, Copper, Oxide-Reduced, Production and Properties of, 424
  • Powell, F. H., on Cathode-Ray Tubes and Valves, 603
  • Power, Fuel and Heat Auditing, 415
  • Power-Gas Corporation, Ltd., Artificial-Fertiliser Factory, Sindri, India, 44*, 289*; Model of Workshop of, 817
  • . See Gas; Engines, Gas
  • — Generation by Wind, 445
  • — Hydraulic, Use in Shipyards, 549, 730
  • — Industrial, Application of Atomic Energy
  • for Experiments on, 686
  • Power Jacks, Ltd., Synchronised Hydraulic Jacks, 753
  • Power Jets (Research and Developments), Ltd., Report on Pressure Still with Diluent Air, by J. C. Barr, 235*
  • -— Plant, Hydro-Electric, in Austria, Statistics and Outlook, 72
  • Hydro-Electric, Canadian, Government, Reports on, 75. See 19, 210. See Erratum, 298
  • Hydro-Electric, Errochty, 16*
  • Hydro-Electric, Harspranget, Sweden, 783
  • — — Hydro-Electric, High-Speed Alternator
  • for, 442*
  • Hydro-Electric, North of Scotland, Report on, 623
  • Hydro-Electric, Ontario, Reports on, 19, 210. See Erraittjn, 298. See 75
  • Hydro-Electric, Owen Falls, Uganda, Progress with, 435
  • Hydro-Electric, Southern Ireland, 772* Hydro-Electric, and St. Lawrence Seaway Schemes, 87
  • Hydro-Electric, Umtata Falls, South Africa, 215
  • Hydro-Electric, in United States, 818
  • 100-kW, Wind, Mynydd Anelog, North Wales, 343
  • See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ; Substations
  • — Press. See Machine Tools
  • — Station, Electric, Acton Lane, “ B,” 77*.
  • See Erratum, 152
  • Electric, in Athens, 396
  • Electric, British, Economic Plant Sizes and Boiler Groupings in, 153*, 188*
  • Power Station, Electric, British, Plants Commissioned in 1951, 54
  • Electric, British, Thermal Efficiencv of, 583
  • — — Electric, Canadian, Government Reports
  • on, 75. See 19, 210. See Erratum, 298
  • Electric, Dieppedalle, France, 385*
  • — — Electric, Drakelow “ A,” 204*
  • Electric, Fulham, 300*
  • • Electric, Margam, of Steel Company of
  • Wales, Ltd., 129*
  • Electric, Ontario, Report on, 19, 210. See Erratum, 298. See 75
  • Electric, Pitlochry, Memorial Plaque to Sir E. MacColl, 462
  • Electric, R. L. Hearn, Toronto, 100-MW Turbo-Generator at, 353*, 391*. See ErraZuwi, 396
  • Electric, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 44*, 289
  • — — Electric, Southern Ireland,. 772*
  • Electric, St. George’s, France, Memorial to J. Estrade (1857-1936), 719
  • —- — Electric, Uganda, Report on, 435
  • — — Electric, Uskmouth, Model of Com
  • pressed-Air Caisson for, 817
  • See also Power Plants ; Substations
  • — Supply, Electric, for Abbey Steelworks,
  • Port Talbot, 129*
  • — — Electric, in Athens, 396
  • Electric, in Austria, Statistics and Outlook, 72
  • Electric, Buenos Aires Elevator, 789* Electric, in Canada, Government Report
  • on, 75. See 19, 210. See Erratum, 298
  • Electric, Effect of Sudden Load Reduction, 479*
  • — — Electric, for Engineering Industries, 6
  • — — Electric, Gas and Coal, Efficiency for
  • Domestic Heating, 621. See LETTERS, 689 752, 815
  • Electric, High-Voltage Direct Current, 477*
  • Electric, Influence of Chemical Engineering in Development of, 627
  • Electric, International High-Tension Conference, Paris, Programme, 109 ; Proceedings, 687, 749
  • Electric, Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 164*
  • Electric, for Newspaper Printing, 124*,• 150*
  • Electric, North of Scotland, Report on, 623
  • Electric, Ontario, Canada, Reports on, 19, 210. See Erratum, 298
  • Electric, in Southern Ireland, 772*
  • Electric, Space Heating by, 476
  • Electric, and St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 87
  • Electric, in Uganda, Report on, 435
  • Electric, Use of Wind for, 445
  • and Man Power in United States, 496
  • — Transmission, Hydraulic, Fluids for, 213*,
  • 254
  • Overhead Lines, Use of Helicopter for Erection of, 128*
  • Overhead Lines, High-Voltage Direct Current, 477*
  • Overhead Lines, High-Voltage, Work of J. Estrade (1857-1936), 719
  • Overhead Lines, International High- Tension Conference, Paris, Programme,' 109 ; Proceedings, 687, 749
  • Overhead Lines, Southern Ireland, 772*
  • — — Overhead Lines, 380-kV, Sweden, 783
  • — — See also Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Unit, High-Frequency, “ Tesvac ” (Fer
  • ranti, Ltd.), 405*
  • — Water, in Austria, Statistics and Outlook,
  • 72
  • See also Hydraulics; Power Plants, Hydro-Electric ; Turbines, Hydraulic
  • — Wind, Experimental Plants, 445
  • Production Engineers, Institution of, Summer School, Programme, 489
  • Productivity, Brass Founders’, Conference, 619
  • Practice, Codes of, Ministry of Works. See Standards
  • Pre-Cooler for Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 11* Presidential Address to Association of- Teachers in Technical Institutions by H. S. Barlow, on Education for Industry, 751
  • — — to Association of Technical Institutes by
  • Sir N. Kipping on Education and Productivity, 307
  • to Institute of British Foundrymen, by Dr. C. J. Dadswell on Effect of Mechanisation in Foundries, 758
  • to Institute of Metals by Dr. C. J. Smithells on Activities of Institute of Metals, 395. See 404, 424
  • to Institution of Chemical Engineers, by Sir H. Hartley, on Chemical Engineering at the Cross Roads, 626
  • — — to Institution of Naval Architects, by
  • Lord Runciman on Work of Institution, 469. See 433, 434
  • to Iron and Steel Institute, by Capt. H. L. Davies on Cold-Reduction Tin-Plate Plant at Trostre, 629*. See 558, 592
  • to -Junior Institution of Engineers by Air Cmdre. F. R. Banks on Enterprise in Engineering, 54
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressure Gauges, Specification, 63
  • — Still with Diluent Air, Report on, 235*
  • — Vessels, Welded, Determination of Stresses
  • in, 798*, 813
  • Prestressed-Concrete Development Group, Tests of Prestressed-Concrete Foot Bridge, 595*, 690*
  • — — See Concrete, Prestressed
  • Preventive Maintenance, Conference on, 720
  • Price, T. W., on Cathode-Ray Tubes and Valves, 603
  • Prices and Profit in Industry, 113
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., Scraper Grab with 19-ft. Spread, 754*
  • “ Princess Arthur of Connaught ” Locomotive, Report of Derailment, 681
  • “ Princess ” Flying Boat, Saunders-Roe, 329* ; Expenditure on, 435
  • Printing, Newspaper, Electricity in, 124*, 150* Prism and Lens Making, Textbook for Optical
  • Glassworkers (Review), 292
  • Production Engineers, Institution of, Herbert Paper on Development of Engineering Metrology, by F. H. Rolt, 369
  • — Engineering Research Association, Confer
  • ence on Preventive Maintenance : Management Aspects of Preventive Maintenance, by B. White, 720 ; Productivity of Maintenance, by D. Lacy-Hulbert, 720 ;
  • Preventive Maintenance in Action, by
  • G. C. Oram, 720
  • — Technology and Management, Scholarships
  • in, 299
  • Productivity, Anglo-American Council of,
  • Final Session, 623
  • — in British Steelfounding Industry, 569
  • — and Education, Sir N. Kipping on, 307
  • — and Man-Power, Parliamentary Debate on,
  • 305. See LETTERS, 371, 468
  • — and Preventive Maintenance, 720 Professional Engineers Appointments Bureau,
  • Annual Report, 339
  • Profilometer, Bore, Hilger and Watts (A. Her- . bert, Ltd.), 614*
  • Profit and Prices in Industry, 113 Propeller, Marine, Investigations on, 185*
  • — Marine, Cavitation in, Investigations on,
  • 533*, 566*, 597*
  • — Variable-Pitch and Reversing (Slack and Parr (Marine), Ltd.), 173*
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines : Turbines ; Propellers
  • Protection of Trade Secrets and Methods, Legal Decisions on, 85
  • “ Proteus ” 700 Series Propeller Turbine, 792* Public Health Engineer in Town and Regional Planning, 718
  • Publicity for Engineers, Advocation of, 339 Pulley Block, Triple-Gear (H. Morris, Ltd.), 709*
  • Pulverised-Coal Feeder for Uniform Flow, 243* Plant, Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 386*
  • Pumps, Air. See Air Compressors
  • — Centrifugal, Cavitation in, Investigations
  • on, 533*, 566*, 597*
  • 2-in. Contractors’ (J. Beresford and Son, Ltd.), 640
  • — — Deep-Well Vertical-Spindle (Ruston <fc
  • Hornsby, Ltd.), 60*
  • — Feed, Dieppedalle Power Station, France,
  • 386*
  • 1,225-h.p. Electric Motor for (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 695* Fulham Power Station, 300*
  • — House, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 735*
  • — Hydraulic, for Railway Wheel Mill, 516*
  • — Variable-Delivery (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 445*
  • — Jet (H. J. Godwin, Ltd.), 576*
  • — for Liquids Containing Fibrous Materials
  • (Mono Pumps, Ltd.), 577
  • — for Liquified Gases (Mono Pumps, Ltd.),
  • 577*
  • — Marine, Self-Priming (Megator Pump &
  • Compressors, Ltd.), 478*
  • — and Motors, Displacement (Review), 703
  • — “ Mud-Hog,” Petrol-Driven (Pegson, Ltd.),
  • 644*
  • — Rotary, High-Pressure (Keelavite Rotary
  • Pumps and Motors, Ltd.), 645*
  • — Self-Priming, 14-in. (Saunders Valve Co ,
  • Ltd.), 644*
  • — Slush, for Oil-Well Drilling Equipment, 461*
  • — W ater-Circulating, for W aste-Heat Recovery
  • Plant, 744*. See Erratum, 824
  • Pumping Engines of Metropolitan Water Board, 82
  • — Plant, Cooling-Water Intake, Coryton Oil
  • Refinery, 332
  • for Hydraulic Transportation of Coal, 171
  • Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 734*
  • — and Sealing Machine for Thermionic-Valve Manufacture, 427*
  • Purification of Sewage. See Sewage
  • Pye, Ltd., Equipment for Lime Grove Television Studios, 518
  • Pyrometers for High-Speed Diesel Engines (Negretti and Zambra, Ltd.), 427
  • — for High-Velocity Gases, 696*
  • — Needle-Type (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 699*
  • QUARRIES and Mines, Inspector’s Report for 1950, 654.. See 242
  • “ Queen Elizabeth,” Motor Launch, Welded-
  • Aluminium Deckhouse for, 762*
  • Quenching of Steel. See Heat Treatment, under
  • Metallurgy
  • Ouincentenary Celebrations of Leonardo da Vinci, 179, 307 ; His Life and Times, 465 ; as Engineer, 560*, 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • RADIANT HEATING, LTD., Gas and Air Mixing Machines, 548
  • Radiation, Flame, from Oil, Researches on, 781 Radio-Control Equipment for Model Glider, 783.
  • for Overhead Travelling Crane (Vaughan Crane Co., Ltd.), 752
  • — Equipment Industry, Position and Prospects in, 263. See ERRATUM, 297
  • —: Telescope for Manchester University, 571
  • — Transmitter, Daventry, Unattended Operation of, 412
  • — Transmitting Station, Temporary, at Barnstaple, 331
  • — Waves, Investigations at National Physical Laboratory, 805
  • Propagation and Television, 603
  • — See also Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony,
  • Wireless ; Television; Valves, Thermionic Radiological Institute, Zurich University,
  • 31-MeV Betatron at, 412
  • Radius Tool for Grinding Wheels (Engineering Diamonds, Ltd.), 384*
  • Ragosine Oil Co., Ltd., Anti-Scuffing Paste for Dry Lubrication, 172
  • Rail, Bessemer Steel, The First, 181
  • — Conductor, Prevention of Ice Formation on,
  • 30
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Bridge. See Bridge
  • — British, Electrical Equipment for Southern
  • Region Electric Trains, 76* ; Automatic Brakes for Goods Wagons, 83; Mixed- Traffic 4-6-2 Locomotive, 108*; Train Derailment at Doncaster, Report on, 160 ; 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric Locomotive, 161*, 193*; Electrification of Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 164*, 321* ; Instructional Films for Staff, 200 ; Rolling Stock for, 294; Restricted Programmes for, 339; Cross-Channel, S.S. “ Normannia,” 349* ; Railway Widening and Station Reconstruction at Potters Bar, 407 ; Train Describer System on Liverpool Street-Romford Railway, 428 ; Electrical Recording Anemometer for, 490*; Improvement of Locomotive Design and Operation, 590; 13-ton Standard Wagons, 602* ; Use of Mobile Rectifier in Emergency, 635; Tests of Brown-Boveri Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 664* ; Fire in Passenger Train at Huntingdon, 680; Passenger Train Derailment at Weedon, 681; 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, 698*; Locomotive Test Bulletins, Publication of, 719 ; Financial and Statistical Accounts, 782
  • — Carriage. See Carriages
  • — Civil Engineering, Economy in, 50
  • — East African, 2-8-2 Type Locomotives, 73*
  • — Electric, Bogie Design for, 51
  • — — Prevention of Ice Formation on Con
  • ductor Rails, 30
  • — Electrification in Subsidence Areas, Over
  • head Equipment for, 180*
  • — Executive. See Bailways, British
  • — French National, Cullemeyer Wagon Trans
  • porter, 124*
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Norwegian State, Diesel Railcars for, 201*
  • — Rolling Stock. See Carriages; Loco
  • motives ; Wagons
  • — Signalling. See Signalling
  • — Spanish, 3,600-h.p. 3,000-Volt Electric
  • Locomotives, 562*
  • — Staffs, Instructional Films for, 200
  • — Station, Derby, Laying of First Bessemer
  • Steel Bail, 181
  • — Street. See Tramways
  •  ?— Train Brake. See Brake
  • — Tube. See Underground; London Trans
  • port Executive
  • — Underground. See Underground; London
  • Transport Executive
  • — Wagons. See Wagons
  • — Wheel Mill, Sheffield, of Steel, Peech &
  • Tozer, 515*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Railcars. See Carriages, Railway Rainfall Run-Off Recorder, 817 Ralston, S. B., the Late, 498
  • Ramp, Entrance, Reinforced-Con Crete, for Rubber and Plastics Factory, 440*
  • Rand Water Board Annual Report, 223 Range, Cooking, Solid-Fuel, Heavy-Duty, Specification, 732
  • Ransomes and Rap’er, Ltd., Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • Rapid Magnetic Machines, Ltd., Hinged Magnetic Separator, 575*
  • Ratchet Gear for Intermittent Motion, 452* Ratter, J„ on Prestressed Concrete and Other Forms of Construction, 317
  • Rattler Abrasion Testing Apparatus for Paving Bricks, 729*
  • Rawlinson, J., Rolling Lift Bridge for Surrey Docks Lock Entrance, 396*
  • Ravs. See X-Rays
  • Reactivity of Coke, Investigations on, 761* Reactors at Harwell Atomic Energy Research Establishment, 686
  • Rearmament, Effect on Shipbuilding, 469
  • — and Engineering Industries, 5, 37, 70, 102,
  • 131, 166, 197, 230, 263, 294, 326, 338, 356. See LETTER, 212. See ERRATA, 297 Reavell’s Garage wersws Stewart, Legal Decision in, 801
  • Receivers, Distillation, Specification, 811 Reclamation Projects in United States, 818 Recorder, Rainfall Run-Off, 817
  • — Wave, and Measurer, Institute of Oceano
  • graphy, 816
  • Recording Dynamometer. See Dynamometer Rectifiers. See Electric
  • Redhill Aerodrome Branch of College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineerins, 196*
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears;' Marine Propulsion
  • Reece, P. O., on Timber Construction, 318 Reference Books. See Annuals
  • Refinery, Oil, Coryton, Cooling-Water Intake for, 332*
  • Kent, Isle of Grain, 552*
  • Shell Haven, 733*
  • Re-Forming Plant, Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 734*
  • Refrigeration, Institute of, Anniversary Banquet, 148
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace Regulating. System Design and Servomechanisms (Review), 482
  • Regulator, Temperature, Compensated (Sunvic Controls, Ltd.), 23*. See Erratum, 64 Reheating Furnace. ’ See Furnace
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete Reinforcement, Pre-Erected, for Concrete
  • Structures (T. C. Jones and Co., Ltd.), 791*
  • Reiss Engineering Co., Ltd., Fuel Distributor for Chain-Grate Stokers, 565*
  • Relay, Delayed-Action, Electronic (Sunvic Controls, Ltd.), 64*
  • — Photo-Electric (British Thomson-Houston
  • Co., Ltd.), 710*
  • Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, Prestressed- Concrete theet Piles, 272* ; Extension to Takoradi Harbour, 381; Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • Renfrew Research Laboratories, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Work of, 797*, 813
  • Report, Anglo-American Council on Productivity, Visit of Drop-Forging Team to United States, 517
  • — Annual, Air Registration Board, 814
  • — — Aslib, 623
  • — Australian Aeronautical Research Laboratories, 309
  • British Coal Utilisation Research Association, 653
  • British Hydromechanics Research Association, 83
  • — British Iron and Steel Federation, 434
  • — British Iron and Steel Research Association, 604
  • — — Chief Inspector of Factories, 274
  • — Chief Inspector of Mines, 242, 654
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 589
  • — Engineers’ Council for Professional Development, 114
  • Forest Products Research Board, 525 Fuel Research Board, 1949-50, 337 International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 371
  • Liverpool Observatory and Tidal Institute, 243
  • — Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 467
  • -• Manchester Joint Research Council, 497
  • Maudslay Society, 687
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 82
  • National Physical Laboratory, 751
  • National Research Development Corporation, 212
  • North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, 623
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 19, 210. See Krra/MMi, 298
  • — Professional Engineers Appointments Bureau, 339
  • —? — Rand Water Board, 223
  • Safety in Mines Research, 242
  • Tin Research Institute, 570
  • — — Uganda Electricity Board, 435
  • — —- University College, London, 307
  • — Birmingham, Tame and Rea Drainage
  • Board. 1949-51, 308
  • — Bristol Brabazon I Air Liner and Saunders-
  • Roe “ Princess ” Flying Boat, Expenditure on, 435
  • — Cambridge University Engineering Depart
  • ment, 297
  • — of Chemical Engineering Research Com
  • mittee, 49
  •  ?— Coal Productivity Team’s Visit to United States, 81
  • — Cremer, on Chemical Engineering Research,
  • 626
  • — Deterioration of Structures Exposed to Sea
  • Water, 525
  • — Drainage of Firedamp from Mines, 178
  • — Explosions in Oil Drums and Tanks, 183
  • — Fire in Passenger Train at Huntingdon, 680
  • — Flame Radiation from Oil, 781
  • —- Forest Products Research Board, 1949, 83
  • — Hankey, on Supply of Chemical Engineers,
  • 626
  • — High-Voltage Direct-Current Power Trans
  • mission, 477*
  • — Hydraulic Transportation of Coal, 171
  • — of Locomotive Tests at Rugby and Swindon,
  • Publication of, 719
  • — on Mines and Quarries, 1950, 654. See 242
  • — National Foundry College, 1948-51, 506
  • — Passenger Train Derailment at Weedon, 681
  • — Pressure Still with Diluent Air, 235*
  • — Productivity in British Steelfounding
  • Industry, 569
  • — Scientific and Technological Man-Power,
  • 687, 717
  • — Steel Production and Consumption Trends,
  • 622
  • — Survey of European Engineering Industry,
  • 338
  • — Train Derailment at Doncaster, 160
  • — United States Market, Principal Features
  • and Basic Statistics (Review), 306
  • — University Grants Committee on Univer
  • sity Development, 266. See LETTER, 403
  • — World Health Organisation, Rome Seminar
  • for European Sanitary Engineers, 718
  • Research Association, Aerodynamics, Low- Speed, Radio-Controlled Model Glider, 783 Coal Utilisation, British, Annual Luncheon, 623 ; Annual Report, 653 ; Coal Science Lecture on Methane and Coal, by Sir A. Egerton, 678
  • — — Electrical and Allied Industries, British,
  • Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 275; Experiments on Wind Power, 445; Report on High-Voltage Direct-Current Power Transmission, 477*
  • Hydromechanics, British, Annual Report, 83
  • Iron and Steel, British, Loadmeter for Industrial Bolling Mills, 116*, 137;
  • Annual Report, 604
  • Motor Industry, Report on Torsional Fatigue Machine with Torque Control, by
  • R. j. A. Paul and Dr. J. R. Bristow, 25* ; Investigation of Noise in Private Cars, 201, 252*
  • — — Production Engineering. See Produc
  • tion Engineering
  • —'— Rubber Producers’, British, Investigations on Rubber Abrasion, 217*
  • Shipbuilding, British, Report of Work of, 105*, 115, 156*, 185*
  • Welding, British, “ Aircomatic ” Process for Welding Aluminium, 762*
  • — Board, Forest Products, Report, 1949, 83;
  • Annual Report, 525
  • Fuel, Annual Report, 1949-5Q, 337
  • Research Centre, Thornton, Experiments on Fuels for Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines, 249*, 281*
  • — Chemical Engineering, Cremer Report on,
  • 626
  • — Committee, Chemical Engineering, Report
  • of, 49
  • — Council, Manchester Joint, Annual Report,
  • 497
  • — Department, Scientific and Industrial,
  • Survey of Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Position, hy R. Ashton, A. L. Thorogood and D. Neville-Jones, 435; Technical Information and Documents Unit, Services of, 527; Radio Telescope for Manchester University, 571; Annual Report, 589
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Investigation on Hydraulic Lock, 509*. See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752
  • — Development Corporation, National, Annual
  • Report, 212
  • — Engineering, at Cambridge University, 297
  • — Establishment, Atomic Energy, Harwell,
  • Course on Electronics, 169; Work of, during 1946-51, 686
  • — Fellowships and Grants, Leverhulme, 655
  • — on Helicopters, 396
  • — Institute, Tin, Annual Report, 570
  • — Laboratories, Aeronautical, Australian,
  • Annual Report, 309
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Renfrew, Work of, 797*, 813
  • Forest Products, Test House for Timber Structures, 127*
  • Road, Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers Conversazione, 817
  • — Metallurgical, Influence of Institute of
  • Metals on, 395
  • — Safety in Mines, Annual Report, 242
  • — Ship, 105*, 115, 156*, 185*
  • — Station, Building, Speech Amplification
  • System for St. Paul’s Cathedral, 12* ; Tests of Pre-Erected Reinforcement for Concrete Structures, 791*
  • Creep Test, Witton, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 107*
  • Fuel, Investigation of Flue-Dust Sampling, 229*, 261*. See LETTER, 436
  • Hydraulic, Model of River Thames for Tidal Investigations, 139*
  • Wallsend, Pametrada, Work of, 186
  • — Wood Preservation, in United States and
  • Canada, 525
  • — Work, Royal Technical College, Glasgow,
  • 340
  • — Workers, Need for Increase in Numbers, 401
  • — See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoir, William Girling, Chingford, Prestressed-Concrete Fencing at, 759*
  • Resistance, Electric. See Electric
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Retarder and Scotch Block fur Mine Cars (Westinghouse Brake and Signal C'o., Ltd.), 709*
  • Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 11-kv Control Board, for Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 131* ; Switchgear for Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 165*
  • Rhodesia, Northern, Diorama of Nkana Copper Mine, 817
  • “ Ribble ” Single Side-Pipe Suction Hopper Dredger, 411*
  • Ribbon Machines for Glass-Bulb Manufacture, 663*
  • Ricardo and Co., Engineers (1927), Ltd., Investigations on “Knock” in Automobile Engines, 278
  • Riddles, R. A., Mixed-Traffic 4-6-2 Locomotive, 108*; 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric
  • Locomotive, 161*, 193* ; 13-ton Standard Goods Wagons, 602* ; 2-6-2 Tank Locomotives, 698*
  • Rings, Toroidal Sealing, Dimensions of, Specification, 447
  • River, Columbia, Reclamation Scheme, 819 :—- Control Projects in Unitc-d States, 818
  • — Erne Cathaleen’s Fall and Cliff Hydro-
  • Electric Plants, 772*
  • — Liffey, Poulaphuca, Golden Falls and
  • Leixlip Hydro-Electric Plants on, 772*
  • — Medina, Diesel-Electric Chain Ferry for,
  • 808*
  • — Missouri, Reclamation Scheme, 819
  • — Severn, Suspension Bridge Over, Aero
  • dynamic Investigation on, 299, 347
  • — St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 87
  • — Thames, Model of, for Tidal Investigations,
  • 139*, 816
  • — Works and American Army Engineers
  • (Review), 579
  • Rivet, Bifurcated, Tubular and Semi-Tubular, Specification, 779
  • Road Bridges, Deadweight Trailer for Testing, 721*
  • — — Prestressed-Concrete, at Abertillery,
  • Monmouthshire, 413*
  • —- Emulsion, Bitumen, for Penetration and Surface Dressing, Specification, 756
  • — and Footpaths, Compacting Machine for
  • (E. P. Allan and Co., Ltd.), 476*
  • — Grader, 75-b.h.p. Oil-Engined “ Carlisle ”
  • (J. Blackwood Hodge &\Co., Ltd.), 541*
  • — Research Laboratory, Exhibits at Institu
  • tion of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 817
  • — Services, British, Financial and Statistical
  • Accounts, 782
  • — Traction, Railless Electric. See Trolley
  • ’Bus
  • — Transport Industry De-Nationalisation, 497
  • — Wear of Tyres, Investigations on, 219* Roberts, T. A. M., the Late, 206
  • Robertson, A. T., on Electricity in Newspaper Printing, 124*, 150*
  • Robertson, J., the Late, 682
  • Rock-Crusher, Balanced-Jaw “ Kue-Ken” (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Iron- founders), Ltd.), 203*
  • Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Tool- Grinding Machines, 222* : Guillotine for Sheet Metal, 255* ; New Showroom, 514
  • Rods. Tension, for Aircraft, Specification. 287
  • Rodger, J., the Late, 492
  • Rogers 300-ton Trailer, 121*
  • Rogowski, Z. W., on Explosions in Oil Drums and Tanks, 183
  • Rolfe, J. A. S-> Model of Coast Line with Wave Generators, 816
  • Roll, Cast-Iron, Production at Crewe Works of British Rollmakers Corporation, Ltd., 777*
  • Rolland, T. C., Pre-stressed Concrete Jetty at Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 736*
  • Roller Bearings. See Bearings
  • — Road. See Road
  • —'Unit for Tube Handling, Motor-Driven (Crofts (Engineers), Ltd.), 677*
  • Rolling, Cold, with Strip Tension, Method of Calculation for, 608
  • — Mill, Continuous Strip, 80-in., Abbey
  • Steelworks, 41*
  • Fillet-, for Mints (Taylor and Challen Ltd.), 644*
  • — Henderson, for Tubes and Sections, 669*
  • — — Industrial, Loadmeter for, 116*, 137
  • Railway-Wheel, of Steel, Peech and Tozer, 515*
  • Slabbing, 45-in., Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 4*
  • — of Steel, Peech and Tozer, Ltd., 515*, 765*, 805
  • Strip, Torque and Roll Force in, 608
  • for Tin-Plate Production at Trostre, 629*
  • — Sheet and Strip, Control Instruments for
  • Gauge in, 604
  • — Stock for Electric Railways, Bogie Design
  • for, 51
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects in, 294 See also Carriages ; Locomotives ; Wagons Rolls-Royce Ltd., 180-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 257*
  • Rolt, F. H„ on Development of Engineering Metrology, 369
  • Rome, European Sanitary Engineers Conference. See Sanitary Engineers, European Conference, Rome
  • Romford-Liverpool Street Railway, Electric- Train Describer on, 428*
  • ROntgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Roof, Reinforced-Concrete, for Rubber and Plastics Factory, 437*
  • — Truss, Timber, Tests of, 127*
  • — Wear in Open-Hearth Frunaces, 672
  • Room Acoustics and Sound Insulation (Review), 228
  • — Heating by Electricity, Problems of, 476 Ropes, Wire. See Wire Ropes
  • Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd., Continuous Solvent Extraction Plant for “ Ardil ” Fibre. Meal, 323*
  • Rotary Blowers. See jBZowers
  • — Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • Rotherham Works of Steel, Peech and Tozer, 765*, 805*
  • Rotor for 3,000-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric Locomotive, 162*
  • — High-pressure for 60-MW Steam Turbine
  • (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 641*
  • — for High-Speed Salient Pole Alternators,
  • 442*
  • — for 100-MW Steam Turbine, R. L. Hearn
  • Power Station, Toronto, 353*, 391*. See Erratum, 396
  • — Whirling, Tabular Methods for Critical
  • Speed Calculations of, 674*, 704*
  • — Windings, Alternator, Properties of Copper
  • for, 424
  • Royal Academy, Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition^ 307, 465, 560*, 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • — Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
  • — Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition Royal Mail Lines, Ltd., M.S. “ Ebro,” 819
  • — Netherlands Steelworks, Ijmuiden, Re
  • searches on Flame Radiation, 781
  • — Scottish Museum, Model of Bascule Bridge, 553*

Royal Society :

  • Warren Research Committee, Programme of Work, 106
  • Election of New Fellows for 1952, 402 Conversazione, 689
  • Royal Society of Arts. See Arts
  • — Technical College, Glasgow, Research Work at, 340
  • Rubber, Abrasion-Testing Machines for, 725* and Wear of, Investigation on, 169*, 217* 21Q,*, 311?
  • — Industry, Institution of. Foundation Lecture on Economic and Physical Aspects of GR-S Modifications, by Dr. R. P. Dinsmore, 719
  • — Lined Tanks for Corrosive Liquids, 84
  • — Mat for Electrical Purposes, Specification,
  • 666
  • — and Plastics Factory, Brynmawr, South Wales, 437*
  • — Producers’ Research Association, British,
  • Investigations on Rubber Abrasion, 217*
  • — Raw, Methods of Testing, Specification, 756
  • — Stichting, Delft, Tyre-Testing Machine at,
  • 725
  • — Synthetic, Tough, Oil-Treatment Process
  • for, 719
  • Rugby and Swindon Locomotive-Test Reports, Publication of, 719
  • Runciman, Lord, on Work of Institution of Naval Architects, 469. See 433, 434
  • Rural Electrification in Ontario, 19. See Erratum, 298
  • Russia, Don and Volga Canal Completion, 783
  • — High-Voltage Power Transmission in, 749 Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., Chassis for Diesel- Driven Shot-Firers’ Carriage, 457*
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Ver tide-Spindle Deep-well Centrifugal Pump, 60*; Progress with 750-kW Gas Turbine, 74;. Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • SAFETY LAMPS, Miners’, Charging Frame for (Oldham and Son, Ltd.), 574*
  • — in Mines Research, Annual Report, 242 Saint. See St.
  • Salomon, Dr. G., on Morphological Aspects of Abrasion and Wear, 310* ; on Methods of Testing Abrasion and Wear, 725*
  • Salts in Condensate, Investigations on, 800* Sampling, Coal, and Analysis, Investigations on, 799*, 813
  • -— Flue-Dust, Investigations on, 229*, 261*. See LETTER, 436
  • Sand Rammer, “ Major ” (Foundry Equipment, Ltd.), 644*
  • Sandberg, C. P., Model of Sluice Gate, 817
  • Sanderson, B., on Britain’s Deep-Sea Liner Trade, 1945-51, 499. See 433, 469, 487 Saner, Col. J. A., the Late, 308
  • Sanitary Engineers, European Conference, Rome: Considerations Involved in
  • Development of International Drinking Water Standards, by Prof. U. A. Corti, 718 ; Public Health Engineer in Town, Regional and General Planning, by G. M. McNaughton, 718 ; Formation of National and European Associations of Sanitary Engineers, by Prof. W. F. J. M. Krul, 718 National and European Associations of, Formation of, 718
  • Sarjant, Prof. R. J., on Fuel and Metal, 759* Saunders-Roe, Ltd., Types of Flying Boats, 329*, 382*. See Erratum, 592 ; “ Princess ” Flying Boat, Expenditure on, 435
  • Saunders Valve Co., Ltd., 14-in. Self-Priming Pump, 644*
  • “ Savage,” H.M.S., Trials of, 187
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Sayles, C. P., on Collection of Representative Flue-Dust Samples, 229*, 261*. See
  • LETTER, 436
  • Scaffolding. Metal, Specification, 63
  • Scaling, High-Temperature, of Metals, Investigations on, 800
  • Scantlings of Deckhouses of Aluminium Alloy, 708
  • Scari 200-ton Trailer, 122*
  • Schaffhausen, Georg Fischer “ Iron Library ” at, 592*
  • Schallamach, Dr. A., on Elementary Aspects of Rubber Abrasion, 217*
  • “ Schenectady,” S.S., Hull Failure of, 156*
  • Schiefer Abrasion-Testing Machines for Textiles, 727*
  • Schneider Trophy Contests, Engines Used in, 55 Scholarships. See Education
  • School of Gas-Turbine- Technology, Courses at, 251
  • Schopper Abrasion-Testing Apparatus for Textiles, 727*
  • Schubert, Dr. H. R., on Early Refining of Pig Iron in England, 51
  • Schuler, W., Vertical Drawing of Glass Tubing, 701*
  • Science and Industry, Opening of Museum of, at Birmingham, 298
  • — of Measurement, Development of, 369
  • — Museum, South Kensington, Leonardo da
  • Vinci Exhibition, 307, 465, 560*, 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784; Exhibition of Alchemical Books, 814
  • Scientific Apparatus Exhibition, Institution of Civil Engineers, 816
  • — Exhibition, Physical Society’s, 51, 348, 404*, 425*, 470*. See Erratum, 491
  • — Conference, Commonwealth, Australia, Ar
  • rangements for, 212
  • — Instruments Exhibition, Royal Society’s
  • Conversazione, 689
  • — Manufacturers’ Association of Great Britain. Ltd., Electronics Symposium and Exhibition, London, Arrangements, 815
  • — Investigations by Leonardo da Vinci, 560*,
  • 580*
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Policy, Advisory Council of, Report on
  • Scientific Man-Power, 687, 717
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Societies. See JnsZiZuZiows
  • — Staffs, Need for Increase in Numbers, 401
  • — and Technological Man-Power, Report on.
  • 687, 717
  • Scotch Block and Retarder for Mine Cars (Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd.), 709*
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • — North, Hydro-Electric Board, Experi
  • mental Peat-Fired Gas Turbine, 8*. See LETTERS, 527, 592; Errochty Hydro- Electric Scheme, 16* ; Trials of Wind Power, 446 ; Memorial to Sir E. MacColl, 462; Annual Report, 623 ; Use of Blast- Furnace Slag in Lome and Cluanic Dams, 635
  • — Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206,
  • 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 650, 682, 714, 746, 778, 810. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Peat Deposits in, 11
  • Scott, Dr. F. H., on Pressure Distribution in Hot and Cold Flat Rolling. 608
  • Scottish Iron Industry and Introduction of Hot Blast, 658
  • Scrap, Carbon-Steel, Sorting Tungsten Steel from (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.). 416*
  • — Metal Position, Actual, Statement by Brit
  • ish Iron and Steel Federation, 403
  • Scraper, 12-cub. yd. Vickers (J. Olding and Co., Ltd.), 542*
  • Screen, Symons V- (Nordberg Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 642*
  • — Vibratory, Enclosed (G. Driver and Son,
  • Ltd.), 753*
  • Trough, and Conveyor (McKenzie and Brown, Ltd.), 641*
  • Screening Cloths, Textile, Specification, 382 —- Weighing and Bagging Unit, Automatic (R. Cort and Son, Ltd.), 710*
  • Screw Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Threads, Unified System of, Adoption for
  • Armed Services, 751
  • Screwing Machine. See Machine Tools Scrivener, A., Ltd., Grinding Machine for
  • Automobile Pistons, 417*
  • Scrubbers, Carbon-Dioxide, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 290*
  • Scrutton, G„ on Severn Bridge Aerodynamic Investigation, 299, 347
  • Scuffing, Paste for Prevention (Ragosine Oil Co., Ltd.), 172
  • Scummer, Automatic, for Water-Wash Spraying Booth (A. Bullows and Sons, Ltd.), 644*
  • Sealing and Pumping Machine for Thermionic- Valve Manufacture, 427*
  • — Rings, Toroidal, Dimensions of, Specifica
  • tion, 447
  • Seaplanes. See Aeronauics
  • Secondary Battery. See Accumulator under Electric; also Motor Vehicles; Motor Trucks
  • Secrets, Trade, and Methods, Protection of, Legal Decisions on, 85
  • Section and Tube Mill, Universal (Tube Making Machines, Ltd.), 669*
  • Seddon, Dr. E., the Late, 13 Seddon, Dr. J., on Air Intakes for Aircraft Gas
  • Turbines, 94*
  • Selas Gas and Engineering Co., Ltd., Gas-Fired Muffle Furnace, 545
  • Separators, Ash, for Coal-Fired Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 18, 623
  • — Disc, for Grain, Buenos Aires, 787*
  • — Magnetic (Electromagnets, Ltd.), 577*
  • — Hinged (Rapid Magnetic Machines, Ltd.), 575*
  • — Warehouse, for Grain, Buenos Aires, 787* Service Aviation. See Aeronautics Servomechanisms (Review), 607
  • — Hydraulic, for Aircraft, 179,183
  • — and Regulating System Design (Review),
  • 482
  • Servo-Motor. High-Torque (J. Gordon and Co., Ltd.), 349*
  • — Systems, Applications of Mechanical Har
  • monic Analyser to, 52*, 68*
  • Severn, River, Suspension Bridge Over, Aerodynamic Investigation on, 299, 347
  • Sewage Disposal by Birmingham, Tame an
  • Rea Drainage Board, 308
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Sewers, Breathing Apparatus for Use in, 817 Shaft Coupling. See CowpZwy
  • — Crank. See Crankshaft
  • — Dynamometer. See Dynamometer and Torsionmeter
  • — and Holes, Fitting of. See Gauging
  • — Induction Heater for Surface Hardening
  • of (Birlec, Ltd.), 286*
  • — Intake, Cooling-Water, Shell Haven Oil
  • Refinery, 735*
  • — Propeller, Experience with, 582
  • — Whirling, Tabular Methods for Critical
  • Speed Calculations of, 674*, 704* Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools Sheet Metal, Guillotine for (Fr. Drabert Sohne),
  • 255*
  • Sheffield-Manchester-Wath Railway, Electrification of, 164*, 321*
  • — Railway Wheel Mill of Steel, Peech and
  • Tozer, 515*
  • — University, Investigations on Coke, 760* Shell Berre Oil Refinery, France, Extensions to,
  • 283*
  • — Haven Oil Refinery, 733*
  • Shell-Mex and B.P., Ltd., “Shell X-100” Lubricating Motor Oil, 343
  • Shell Petroleum Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Colombo Plan Exhibition, 267
  • Shell Refining and Marketing Co., Investigations on “ Knock ” in Automobile Engines, 278 ; Portable Engine Indicator, 470* ; Shell'Haven Oil Refinery, 733*
  • “ Shell X-100 ” Lubricating Motor Oil, 343 Shelvoke and Drury, Ltd., 70-h.p. Heavy-Duty
  • Fork-Lift Truck, 821*
  • Ship, Use of Aluminium in, 413
  • — Canal. See CanaZ
  • — Cargo, Single-Screw. High-Powered, Design
  • and Operation of, 582
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Register Sta
  • tistics, 115, 527
  • — Construction Methods, Changes in, 1850-
  • 1950, 549, 730
  • — Deep-Sea, British, 1945-1951, 433, 499
  • — Diesel-Engined. See Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Division, National Physical Laboratory,
  • Work of, 804
  •  ?— Elastic Stresses in, 58*
  • — Electric Propulsion. See AZhrwe Propulsion
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 319
  • — Launching. See LawMcAiny
  • — Lloyd’s Register Annual Report, 467
  • — Lost, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 83
  • — Merchant, Design of, 513, 537
  • — — Researches on Measurement of Tonnage
  • of, 469
  • — Model Experiments. See Tank Experiments
  • — Motor. See Motorships; Marine Propulsion
  • — Paddle Boat of Leonardo da Vinci, 561*
  • — Plates. Brittle Fracture of, Investigations
  • on,156*
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion; En
  • gines ; Turbines; Propellers
  • — Research, 105*, 115, 156*, 185*
  • — Ventilation, Contra-Rotating Fans for, 45
  • — Welded, Failures in, Investigations on, 156* Lloyd’s Register Statement on, 406
  • — See also Marine; Motorships ; Shipping;
  • Steamers; Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast
  • — — in Scotland, Institution of. See Engi
  • neers
  • Shipbuilding, Aluminium Deckhouse for Motor Launch “ Queen Elizabeth.” 762*
  • Deckhouses, Scantlings of, 708 as Material for Building Ships,
  • *
  • Shipbuilding Berths, Malleable-Iron Wedge Blocks for (Hale and Hale (Tipton), Ltd.), 318*
  • — Design of Dredging Craft, 377*, 409*, 441*
  • — Effect of Rearmament on, 469
  • — Elastic Stresses in, 58*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects in, 230
  • — Launch of M.S. “ Windsor,” 681* of S.S. “ World Concord,” 147
  • — Launches and Trial Trips, 32, 63, 91, 128,
  • 160,190, (See Erratum, 192), 224, 288, 349, 384, 447, 479, 508, 570, 636, 666, 695, 715, 764, 790, 811
  • — Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Statistics of
  • Vessels Under Construction, 115, 527; Statistics of Vessels Launched, 319 ; Statement on Welded Ships, 406 ; Annual Report, 467
  • — Methods, Changes in, 1850-1950, 549, 730
  • — M.S. “ Kongedybet,” Channel Vessel, 491*
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — Research Association, British, Report of
  • Work of, 105*, 115, 156*, 185*
  • — Strengthening of American Welded Oil
  • Tankers, 667
  • — Structural Strength of H.M. Destroyer
  • “ Albuera,” 615
  • — Vessels Under Construction, Lloyd’s Regis
  • ter Statistics, 115, 527
  • Launched, Lloyd’s Register Statistics.
  • 319
  • — Welded Prefabricated Construction by W.
  • Doxford and Sons, Ltd.,'821*
  • Ships, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Statement on, 406
  • — Yard Re-Organisation for Welded Pre
  • fabricated Construction, 821*
  • — See also Steamers; Naval; Warships and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipping Gallery, Buenos Aires Elevator, 788*
  • — Services of British Transport Commission,
  • Financial and Statistical Accounts, 782 Shipwrights, Worshipful Company of, Apprentices’ Competition, 275
  • Shipyard. See Shipbuilding Yard
  • Shock Absorbers, Hydraulic, for Motor Cars, 381
  • Shoes, Brake, Forces and Pressure Distribution in, 418*. See LETTER, 815*
  • Shop Management. See Works Management Shot-Firers’ Carriage, 34-h.p. Diesel-Driven, for Anhydrite Mine, 457*
  • Shovel, Mechanical (Chaseside Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.), 710*
  • Show. See Exhibition Shrapnell-Smith, E. S„ the Late, 498 Shrinkage Boundaries of Built-Up Crankshafts,
  • Gas Bubbles at, Investigations of, 550 Shuttering for Reinforced-Concrete Arch for 90,000-ton Sulphate of Ammonia Silo, 449* Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd., Underwater Television Equipment, 531*
  • Siemens and General Electric Railway Signal Co., Ltd./ Signalling System for Man- chester-Sheffleid-Wath Railway, 166*; Electric Train-Describer System, 428*
  • — Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Sieves, Fine-Mesh, Methods for Use of, Specification, 779
  • Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd., Multi-Gauging Equipment, 149*; Controller for Gas Calorific Value, 448*
  • Signalling, Mine-Shaft, Battery Units for (Nife Batteries, Ltd.), 86*
  • —- System for Manchester-Sheffield-Wath Railway, 166*
  • Silo, Reinforced-Concrete, for Ammonia Sulphate, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 292*, 449*
  • Simon-Carves, Ltd., Boilers for Margam Power Station, 129*
  • Simon Handling Engineers, Ltd., “ Velo- feeder ” Vibratory Feeder, 754* ; Grain Handling and Storage Plant, Buenos Aires, 785*
  • Sims, R. B„ on Loadmeter for Industrial Rolling Mills, 116*, 137 ; on Torque and Roll Force in Cold Strip Rolling, 608
  • Sindri Fertilisers and Chemicals, Ltd., Sindri Artificial-Fertiliser Factory, India, 44*, 289*, 449*
  • Singer, Prof. C., on Technology and History, 246 Singh, R„ on Pulverised-Coal Feeder for Uniform Flow, 243*
  • Sintering of Copper-Nickel and Copper-Zinc Compacts, 424
  • Skandinaviska Talurit A.B., Clamps for Wire Ropes, 723*
  • Slabs, Concrete, Amsler Abrader for Testing, 728*
  • Slack and Parr (Marine), Ltd., Variable-Pitch and Reversing Marine Propeller, 173*
  • Slag. See Metallurgy
  • Slough Factory, Pressure Die-Casting Foundry of High Duty Alloys, Ltd., 297*. See Erratum, 428
  • Sludge. See Sewage Slurry, Coal, Investigations on Utilisation by
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 800 Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, Dr. C. L., on Pressure Distribution in
  • Hot and Cold Flat Rolling, 608
  • Smith, F. E„ on Prediction of Thermal Condi- tionsin H.M. Ships in Tropical Waters, 646
  • Smith, H. S., on Steel Construction, 317 Smith, Dr. R. A., Infra-Red High-Speed
  • Spectrometer, 689
  • Smith, S„ and Sons (England), Ltd., Standard Nominal Diameters Used by, 244
  • Smith, Dr. S. L., on Ship Research, 105*, 115, 156*, 185*
  • Smith, T., and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., 5-ton Diesel Locomotive Crane, 710*
  • Smith-Rose, R. L., on Wave Propagation and Television, 603
  • Smithells, Dr. C. J., on Activites of Institute of Metals, 395. See 404, 424
  • Smith’s Electric Vehicles, Ltd., Electric- Battery Vehicle for Ore Mines, 191*
  • Smoke Eliminators for Boilers, Experiments with, 337
  • — — for Shunting Locomotive (Appleby-
  • Frodingham Steel Co.), 29*
  • Snow, F. S„ on Reinforced-Concrete Construction, 317
  • Soaking Pits, Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 3 Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
  • See Motor
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • — Trade. See Labour ; Labour Notes ; PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Softening of Metals During Cold Working, 608 Soils and Bituminous Mixtures, Triaxial Testing of (Review), 607
  • — Failure During Overturning of Piles, Inves
  • tigation on, 134*
  • — Testing for Engineers (Review), 356 Soldering Irons (Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd.),
  • 577*
  • Solid-Fuel Burning Appliances, Domestic, Flues for, Code of Practice, 256
  • Solus-Schall, Ltd., Portable Magnetic Crack Detector, 470*
  • Solvent Emulsion Degreasers for Metals, 42
  • — Extraction Plant, Continuous for “ Ardil ”
  • Fibre Meal, 323*
  • Somers, W., Ltd., Die-Block Plant, Halesowen, 617*
  • Sorting Machine, High-Speed (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Sound Insulation and Room Acoustics (Review), 228
  • South Africa, Rand Water Board Annual Report, 223
  • — Umtata Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, 215
  • — Kensington, Science Museum, Leonardo da
  • Vinci. Exhibition, 307, 465, 560*, 580*. See LETTERS, 719, 784; Exhibition of Alchemical Books, 814
  • — West England and South Wales, Notes
  • from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366. 398, 430, 462, 492, 522, 554, 586, 618, 651, 682, 714, 747, 779, 810. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Yorksliire, Notes from. See Lancashire and
  • South Yorkshire.
  • Southampton, Whitworth Society’s Summer Meeting at, 751
  • Southern Ireland Electricity Supply Board, Power Plants of, 772*
  • Southey, A. E., and Co., and Others versus Garrard, Legal Decision on, 370
  • Space Heating by Electricity, Problems of, 476 -in Factory by Waste Heat, Plant for, 744*. See Erratum, 824
  • Spanish Railways, 3,600 h.p. 3,000-Volt Electric Locomotives, 562*
  • Spanners for Hexagonal Bolts and Nuts in B.A. Range, Specification, 732
  • — Torque (Acratork Engineering Co., Ltd.),
  • 645*
  • Spare Parts, Liability for Defects in. 801 Specifications, Standard. See Standards;
  • Standardisation
  • Spectrographic Analysis of Materials, 800 Spectrometer, Infra-Red High-Speed, 689 Speech Amplification System for St. Paul’s
  • Cathedral (Pamphonic Reproducers, Ltd.), 12*
  • Speed Calculations, Critical, Tabular Methods for, 674*, 704*
  • — Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing;
  • Marine Propulsion
  • — Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing;
  • Marine Propulsion
  • — Regulation. See also Governor
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • Sperryn and Co., Flame-Failure Protective Device for Gas Installations, 548
  • S.P.M. Variable-Pitch and Reversing Propeller, 173*
  • Spray Finishing Systems, Heating Unit for Spraying Hot Lacquer, 331*
  • Spraying Booth, Water-Wash (A. Bullows and Sons, Ltd.), 644*
  • — Hot Lacquer, Heating Unit for (Spray
  • Finishing Systems), 331*
  • Springing Systems for Trailers and Semi- Trailers, 90*
  • Sprinkler Systems, Code of Practice, 811
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears ; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • “ St. David,” Multi-Bucket Hopper Dredger, 377*
  • St. George’s Hospital Laboratories, Use of Frameweld Reinforcement in, 792*
  • St. George’s Power Station, France, Memorial to J. Estrade (1857-1936), 719
  • St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 87
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Speech Amplification System for, 12*
  • Stability, Lateral, of Unrestrained Beams, Investigations on, 65*, 99*
  • Stacker, 25-ft. Light Mobile (Crone and Taylor, Ltd.), 755*
  • Stacreep Control for Electric Cranes, 710 Staff Location Systems, Code of Practice, 320 “ Staffa ” Hydraulic Tramway Track Lifter.
  • 479* ; 3-ton Oil-Driven Mobile Crane, 202* Stairmand, C. J., on Flue-Dust Sampling, 436.
  • See 229*, 261*
  • Stairway, Escape, Reinforced-Concrete, for Rubber and Plastics Factory, 439*
  • Stampers and Drop Forgers, National Association of, Memorandum on Productivity, 517 Stanchions. See Columns
  • Standard Nominal Diameters for Metric and Inch Units, 244
  • Standard Telecommunications Laboratories, Ltd., “Transistors” for Electronic Circuits, 690
  • Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., Direct- CurrentMilliwatt Calibrator, 281* ; Equipment for Kirk o’Shotts Television Station, 362 ; Magnetic Nickel-Iron Alloy, 691*
  • Standard Welders, Ltd., Air-Operated Spot Welder, 732*
  • Standardisation and Interchangeability, Beginning of, 369
  • Standards, Engineering, Basic, 380*, 411*
  • — Institution, British, Abandonment of Code
  • for Colours for Hazard Warnings, 189; Handbook on Mechanical Tests for Metals, 382
  • British, Codes of Practice, Masonry Walls Ashlared with Natural or Cast Stone, 63; Electric Passenger and Goods Lifts, 155; Street Lighting, 224; Domestic Electric Water-Heating Installations, 256; Flues for Domestic Appliances Burning Solid Fuel, 256 ; Masonry Rubble Walls, 287 ; Staff Location Systems, 320; Reinforced Concrete, 341'; Small Boiler Systems Using Solid Fuel, 382 ; Code on Painting, 587 ; Hydrant Systems, 811; Sprinkler Systems, 811
  • Standards Institution, British, Specifications, Therm al Insulating Materialsfor Buildings, 63; Metal Scaffolding, 63; Coloured Pitch Mastic Flooring, Incorporating Lake Asphalt and Bitumen, 63; Pressure Gauges, 63; Steel Windowsfor Industrial Buildings, 63; Hydro-Extractors and Centrifugal Machines, 155 ; Steel Spring Washers, 155 ; Calcium Carbide, 155 ; Rubber Conveyor and Elevator Belting, 155; Graphical Symbols for General Electrical Purposes, 182 ; Tab Washers for Aircraft, 182 ; Case- Hardening Steels, 182; Bolting for Petroleum Industry, 182 ; Solid and Split Taper Pins, 224 ; Methods of Analysis for Raw Copper, 256 ; Symbols, Terms and Definitions for Gas Quantities in Internal Combustion Engines, 256; Sizes and Layout of Commercial Forms, 256 ; Turnbarrels, lension Rods and Swaged Cable-end Connections for Aircraft, 287 ; Shell Boilers of Riveted Construction, 320 ; Parallel Steel Dowel Pins, 320 ; Analysis of Manganese in Iron and Steel, 382; Textile Screening Cloths, 382 ; Ring Doubling Frame Bobbins for Cotton and Spun Rayon, 382; Dimensions of Toroidal Sealing Rings, 447 ; Marking System for Grinding Wheels, 447 ; Dimensions of Conduit Dies, 480 ; Steel Bars for Production of Machined Parts, 480; Gears for Turbine Drives, 508 ; Gears for Instruments and Clockwork Mechanisms, 508 ; Limits and Fits, 558, 561; Protection of Packages Against Spoilage, 571; Colouring and Marking of Wooden Foundry Patterns, 571; Methods of Analysis of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 571; Welded-Steel Boilers for Hot-Water Central Heating and Hot- Water Supply, 587; Gears for Instruments and Clockwork Mechanisms, 635 ; Wood-Chipand Wood-Waste Boards, 635 ; Aircraft Steels, 635 ; Oxy-Acetylene Welding of High-Temperature and High-Pressure Steel Pipelines, 635; Length Bars and Accessories, 666 ; Scheme of Symbols for Welding, 666 ; Electricity Meters, 666 ; Aluminium and Aluminium-Alloy Sections, 666 ; Nickel-Clad Steel Plate, 666 ; Rubber Mats for Electrical Purposes, 666 ; Stainless-Steel Hollow-Ware, 694; Compressed-Asbestos Jointing for Petroleum Industry, 694; Nickel-Silver Strip and Foil for Telecommunications Industry, 694; Tubular-Steel Columns for Street Lighting, 732 ; Determination of Cadmium in Copper-Cadmium Alloys, 732 ; Heavy- Duty Solid-Fuel Cooking Ranges, 732; Spanners for B.A. Hexagonal Range, 732 ; Sampling and Analysis of Flue Gases, 732 ; Electrodes for Metal-Arc Welding of Steel, 756 ; Colour Code for Thermocouple Twin Compensating Cables, 756; Enamelled Round Copper Wire, 756 ; Bitumen Road Emulsion for Penetration and Surface Dressing, 756 ; Methods of Testing Raw Rubber, 756 ; Power Rating of High- Frequency Induction Heating Equipment, 756; Methods for Use of Fine-Mesh Sieves, 779; Filler Alloys for Brazing, 779 ; Burettes and. Bulb Burettes, 779 ; Dimensions of Bifurcated, Tubular and Semi-Tubular Rivets, 779 ; Recommended Common Names for Pest Control Products, 779 ; General Requirements for Metal-Arc Welding of Mild Steel, 811; Distillation Receivers, 811
  • Staples, R. T., on Flash Annealing of Light Alloys, 455. See 483
  • Star-Wheel Mechanisms for Intermittent Motions, 452, 740*
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric State Railways. See Railways Stations, Power. See Power Stations
  • — Railway, Derby, Laying of First Bessemer
  • Steel Rail, 181
  • Potters Bar, Reconstruction and Track Widening at, 407
  • Statistics, Trade. See Trade
  • Stator for 100-MW Electric Generator
  • R.L. Hearn Power Station, Toronto, 391
  • — for High-Speed Alternator, 443 Staudinger, Dr. J. J. P„ on Place of Plastics
  • in Order of Matter, 402. See 404
  • Steam Boats. See Steamers -— Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Consumption. See Coal Consumption
  • — Crane. See Crane
  • — Engines. See Engines
  • — High-Pressure and Temperature, Use of,
  • Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 385*
  • — Pipe, Molybdenum-Steel, Creep-Resisting,
  • Effect of Cold-Drawing on, 345*
  • — Reaction of Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys
  • with, 513
  • — Separation Tests, Boiler Drums for, 801*
  • — Superheater. See Superheater
  • — Turbines. See Turbines
  • Steamers under Construction, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 115, 527
  • — Electric Propulsion. See Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — Geared Turbines for. See Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — “ Kenya Castle,” Maiden Voyage of, 435
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics,* 319
  • — Launching of. See Launching
  • — Lloyd’s Register Annual Report, 467
  • — Lost, Lloyd’s Register Statistics, 83
  • — “ Ocean Vulcan,” Investigations with, 157*
  • — Oil-Tank, “ World Concord,” Launch, 147 '
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines ; Propellers
  • Steamer “ Schenectady,” Hull Failure of, 156*
  • — “ United States,” Quadruple-Screw, Use of
  • Aluminium in, 413 ; Maiden Voyage, 809*
  • — Welded, Lloyd’s Register Statement on, 406
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Shipbuilding ; Shipping; Ships; Turbines ; Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX Steamships. See Ships ; Steamers ; Warships Steel for Aircraft Bolts, Specification, 635 —Alloy, Economies in Use of Nickel and
  • Molybdenum in, 491
  • — Austenitic/Ferritic, Tests of Joints Between,
  • 797*
  • — Authorisation Scheme, 497. See LETTERF,
  • 468, 624
  • — Bars for Production of Machined Parts,
  • Specification, 480
  • — Case-Hardening of. See Heat Treatment,
  • under Metallurgy
  • — Cold Rolling of, Investigations on, 608 Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., Abbey Works,
  • Port Talbot, 1*, 40*, 129*; Cold-
  • Reduction Tin-Plate Plant, 629*
  • — Components, Fabricated (G. A. Harvey
  • (London), Ltd.), 645
  • — Construction Compared with Prestresscd-
  • Concrete Construction, 317
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Electrodes for Metal-Arc Welding of,
  • Specification, 756
  • — Exhibits, at British Industries Fair
  • (E. Allen and Co., Ltd.), 645
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue, under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Frame Structures, Elastic Stresses in, 57*
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment,
  • under Metallurgy
  • — Hydrogen in, Investigations on, 673
  • — Liquid, Distribution of Hydrogen in, 673
  • — Low-Alloy, Effect of Hydrogen on, 673
  • — Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs Steel, M. N„ on Road Wear of Tyres, 219*
  • — Molybdenum, Creep-Resisting, Effects of
  • Cold Drawing on, 345*
  • — Output by Steel, Peech and Tozer, 765, 805 Steel, Peech and Tozer, Sheffield, Railway-Wheel
  • MUI, 515*; Centralised Maintenance at Rotherham Works, 765*, 805*
  • — Pipelines, High-Temperature and High-
  • Pressure, Oxv-A cetylene WeldiDg of, Specification, 635
  • — Plate, Nickel-Clad, Specification, 666
  • — Production and Consumption Trends,
  • Report on, 622
  • — Rails. See Rails
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Ropes. See Wire Ropes
  • — Rotating Bending Fatigue Tests of, 757*
  • — Stainless, Hollow Ware Specification, 694
  • — Stress Distribution in. See Stress ; Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Supplies, Government Statement on Allo
  • cation, 51
  • and Industry, 209
  • Statement by British Iron and, Steel Federation, 83
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Tungsten, Sorting from Carbon-Steel
  • Scrap (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 416*
  • — Works. See Works
  • Steels Engineering Products, Ltd., Coles 20-ton Crane, 677*; Battery-Driven Industrial Truck, 677*
  • Steelfounding Industry, British, Productivity in, 569
  • Steelworks. See Works
  • Steering Gears for Trailers and Semi-Trailers, 89*
  • Stein and Atkinson, Ltd., Slab-Heating Furnace Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 40* Stephenson, C., on Shipyard Re-Organisaticn for Welded Prefabrication Construction, 821*
  • Stephenson, J. D., on Cathode-Ray Tubes and Valves, 603
  • Sterling Crisis and Industry, 113
  • Stevens, G. C„ on Economy in Railway Civil Engineering, 50
  • Stewart, D. A„ on British Standard Code of Practice for Reinforced Concrete, 341
  • Stewart versus Reavell’s Garage, Legal Decision in, 801
  • Stiehler, R. D., on Road Wear of Tyres, 219* Still, Pressure, with Diluent Air, Report on, 235*
  • Stirling Boilers, Fulham Power Station, 300* Stock, C. R., on Shock Absorbers for Motor Cars 381
  • Stockdale, Dr. H. F„ the Late, 14
  • Stockholm, International Mechanical Engineering Congress, Arrangements for, 497 Stoker, Mechanical, Chain-Grate, Fuel Distributor for, 565*
  • Stone-Age Hearth to Cyclotron, Man and Chemical Elements (Review), 260
  • Stone and Webster Engineering Corporation,
  • R. L. Hearn Power Station, Toronto, • 353*, 391*. See Erratum, 396
  • Storage Battery. See Battery, under Electric ; Motor Vehicles ; Motor Trucks
  • — and Handling Plant, Grain, Buenos Airrs
  • (Simon Handling Engineers, Ltd.), 785*
  • — Tanks, Liquid-Ammonia, Sindri Fertiliser
  • Factory, India, 291*
  • Stores, Engineering, Brisch Classificaticn System for, 407*
  • Storey, H. H., on Overhead Equipment for Railway Electrification in Subsidence Areas, 180*
  • Stove, Cooking Range, Solid-Fuel, Heavy- Duty Specification, 732
  • — Core-Drying, Continuous Vertical (Foundry
  • and Engineering Co., Ltd.). 545*
  • — Domestic for Burning Solid Fuel, Flues for,
  • Code of Practice, 256
  • — Mould-Drying, Crewe Works of British
  • Rollmakers Corporation, Ltd., 777*
  • Strachan and Henshaw, Ltd., Wagon-Marshalling Machine, 795*
  • Stradling, Sir R„ the Late, 148*
  • Strafford Crossing Substation, Manchester- Sheffield-Wath Railway, 165*
  • Strain Display Equipment, 10-Channel (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 574*
  • — Gauges, Electrical-Resistance, Tests of Con
  • crete with, 468*
  • — Recorder and Yarn Tension Pick-Up Unit
  • (Kelvin and Hughes, Ltd.), 471*
  • — See also Stress
  • Straw Bales, Conveying Plant for (G. W. King, Ltd.), 313*
  • Street Lighting, Code of Practice for, 224
  • — — Tubular-Steel Columns for, Specification,
  • 732
  • — Railway. See Tramways
  • — See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials')
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Analysis, Elastic, of Structures, Advances
  • in, 57*, 92*
  • — Bending and Direct, Correlation of Fatigue,
  • Strength in, 757*
  • — Corrosion, in Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys
  • 513
  • — Elasto-Plastic, in Transversely-Loaded
  • Beams, 359*, 389*
  • — in H.M. Destroyer “ Albuera,” 615
  • — in Materials Due to Impact, 504*
  • — Meters. See Strain
  • — Optical Determination of. See Photo-Elastic
  • — and Rating Formulae, Gear-Tooth, 301
  • — Repetitions. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — in Ships, Investigations on, 157*
  • — in Structures. See also Strain
  • — in Welded Pressure Vessels, Investigations
  • on, 798*
  • Stringer, J. E. C., on Hydraulic Lock, 509*. See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752
  • Strip and Foil, Nickel-Silver, for Telecommunications Industry, Specification, 694
  • “ Stripalene ” Degreasers for Metals, 42 Stroboscope, High-Power (Philips Electrical
  • Ltd.), 426*
  • Strommens Vaerksted A/S, Diesel Railcars for Norwegian State Railways, 201*
  • Structural Analysis, Shortcomings of, 57*, 92*
  • — Engineering, Position and Prospects in, 358 Structures, Reinforced-Concrete. See Concrete,
  • — Ship, Researches on, 105*
  • — Statically-Indeterminate, Prestressed Con
  • crete, 21
  • Struts. See Columns
  • Substation, Cefn Gwrgan, for Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 129*
  • — for High-Voltage Direct-Current Power
  • Transmission, 477*
  • — for Manchester-Sheffield-Wa’h Railway,
  • 164*, 321*
  • — for Southern Ireland Electricity Supplv
  • Board, 773*
  • Subway, Tramway, Kingsway, Closing of, 436 Suction Dredger. See Dredger
  • — Gas Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • Sulphate of Ammonia Plant, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 289*, 449*
  • Sulphur in Fuels for Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines, Effects of, 250*
  • — Removal from Flue Gas, Experiments on,
  • 338
  • — and Sulphuric-Acid Position, Survey of, 435 Sulphuric Acid, Regeneration from Pickling
  • Plants, 604
  • — — and Sulphur, Position, Survey of, 435
  • Sulzer Brothers (London), Ltd., Waste-Heat Recovery Plant for Knitwear Factory, 744*. See Erratum, 824
  • Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., Dieppedalle Power Station, France, 385*
  • Sunbeam Anti-Corrosives, Ltd., Solvent- Emulsion Degreasers for Metals, 42
  • Sunbeam Trolleybus Co., Single-Deck Trolley ’Buses for Adelaide, Australia, 320*
  • Sunvic Controls, Ltd., Compensated Temperature Regulator, 23*. See Erratum, 64; Electronic Delayed-Action Relay, 64*
  • Superheater Tubes, Investigation on Bends in, 797*
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, Annual Dinner, 467
  • Supply, Ministry of, Exhibition of MultiGauging Equipment, 149*; Iron and Steel Distribution Order No. 2006, 210: Developments in Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain, 275 ; Statement on “ Super-Priority ” Scheme, 435 ; Statements on Bristol Brabazon I Air Liner and Saunders-Roe “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 435 ; Statement on Steel Authorisations, 497. See LETTERS, 468, 624; Accelerometer for Determining Aircraft Flight Loads, 473*, 506*; Economy Directions in Use of Nickel and Molybdenum in Alloy Steel, 491 ; British Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, 1946-51, 686; Deadweight
  • Trailer for Testing Road Bridges, 721
  • Surface-Water Year-Book of Great Britain, 1937-45 (Review), 685
  • Surfard, Ltd., Surface-Hardening Machines Using Town Gas and Oxygen, 268*
  • Surrey Docks Lock Entrance, Rolling Lift Bridge for, 396*
  • — Whyteleafe, Experimental Valve Factory
  • of Mullard, Ltd., 427*
  • Suspension Bridge Over River Severn, Aerodynamic Investigation on, 299, 347
  • Swain, A. J., on Reaction of Aluminium- Magnesium Alloys with Steam, 512
  • Swansea University College, Soil Failure During Overturning of Piles, 134*
  • Swarf Feeding Device for Foundry Cupolas (Crofts (Engineers), Ltd.), 459*
  • Sweden, High-Voltage Power Transmission in, 687, 749
  • Swedish State Power Board, Harspranget Hydro-Electric Plant, 783
  • Sweeney, Dr. D. C., on Hydraulic Lock, 148, 403, 624, 752. See LETTERS, 20*, 341*, 559, 655,. 689. See 509*
  • Swindin, N., on Concrete Structures and Corrosion, 84
  • Swindon Locomotive Works, Visit of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 718
  • — Rugby Locomotive Test Reports, Publica
  • tion of, 719
  • Switches, Motor Starting. See Moiors, Electric bwitchgear, Circuit-Breaker, 250-MVA (Johnson and Phillips, Ltd.), 573*
  • Breaker, 3 ? 3-kV Air-Insulated (Ferguson Pailin, Ltd.), 793*
  • — — Breaker, Oil, 66-kV Outdoor (Metro
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 641*
  • — Fuse-Switch Unit (Johnson and Phillips,
  • Ltd.), 574
  • — for High-Voltage Power Transmission, 750
  • — Manchester-Sheffleld-Wath Railway, 1 5*
  • — Metalclad, 250-MVA 11-kV (Brush Elec
  • trical Engineering Co., Ltd.), 575*
  • — Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 45*, 289
  • — for Southern Ireland Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 773*
  • — Station, 132-kV, Drakelow “ A ” Power
  • Station, 205*
  • Sykes, Dr. C., on Distribution of Hydrogen in Ingots and Forgings, 673 ; on Effect of Hydrogen on Properties of Low-Alloy Steels, 673
  • Sykes Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Deep-Hole Boring Machine, 285*
  • Sylwestrowicz, W., on Pressure Distribution in Hot and Cold Flat Rolling, 608
  • Symbols, Graphical, for General Electrical Purposes, 182
  • — Terms and Definitions for Gas Quantities
  • in Internal-Combustion Engines, 256
  • Symposium on Recent Advances in Mineral Dressing, Programme, 211
  • Synchromesh Gearbox for Passenger Motor- Car Chassis (A.E.C., Ltd.), 190*
  • TABER Abrasion-Testing Machine, 725*
  • Tables of Bessel Functions (Review), 388
  • Tabor, Dr. T., on Hardness and Strength of Metals, 512
  • Tabular Methods for Critical Speed Calculations, 674*, 704*
  • Tacoma Narrows Bridge, Failure of, 299
  • Takoradi Harbour, Extensions to, 381
  • Talbot, W. H. Fox, and Photo-Mechanical Illustration, 563*
  • Talurit Wire-Rope Clamping System (Cable Covers, Ltd.), 723*
  • Tamping Machine, 3-h.p. Petrol-Driven (E. P. Allan and Co., Ltd.), 476*
  • Tank, Experimental, Experiments on Frictional Resistance in Turbulent Flow, 675 Investigations in, 105, 159*
  • Tests of Hulls of Flying Boats, 330*
  • — Explosion-Suppression Equipment for (Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 11*
  • — Flow, Electrolytic or Potential, Use of, 292*
  • — Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Oil, Explosions in, Experiments on, 183
  • — Rubber-Lined, for Corrosive Liquids, 84
  • — Ships, Motor. See Motorships ; Oil Tankers
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; Oil Tankers
  • — Storage, Li quid-Ammonia, Sindri Fertiliser
  • Factory, India, 291*
  • Taper Pins, Solid and Split, Specification, 224 Tapping Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Tapsell, H. J., on Fatigue Strength in Bending and Direct Stress, 757*
  • Taxation of British Shipping, 433
  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd., Fillet-Rolling Mill for Mints, 644*; Double-Action Drawing Press, 644*
  • Taylor, F., and Sons (Manchester), Ltd., Diesel- Driven Shot-Firers’ Carriage for Anhydrite Mine, 457*
  • Taylor, J., on Accelerometers for Determining Aircraft Flight Loads, 473*, 506*
  • Taylor, W. H., the Late, 110
  • Taylor Woodrow (West Africa), Ltd., Extensions to Takoradi Harbour, 381
  • Teachers in Technical Institutions, Association of, Annual Conference, 751
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Education
  • — Information and Documents Unit, Services
  • of, 527 .
  • — Institutes, Association of, Presidential Ad
  • dress of Sir N. Kipping on Education and Productivity, 307
  • — Institutions, Teachers in, Association of,
  • Annual Conference, 751
  • — Societies. See Institutions and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Technological Education, Higher, 20. See LETTERS, 148, 403, 497
  • — and Scientific Man-Power, Report on, 687,
  • 717
  • Technology and History, Hobhouse Lecture on, 246
  • — Production, and Management, Scholarships
  • in, 299
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telecommunication in Buildings, Staff Location System, Code of Practice, 320
  • —? Industry, Nickel-Silver Strip and Foil for, Specification, 694
  • Telegraphy, Wireless. See Valves, Thermionic; Radio; Television
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telephone Equipment Industry, Position and Prospects in, 265
  • — Exchanges, Electronic, Equipment of, 447
  • — Wires, Underground Railway, Cleaning of,
  • 256*
  • Telephony, Wireless. See Valves, Thermionic ; Radio; Television
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telescope, Radio, for Manchester University, 571
  • Television, Black-and-White or Colom, Developments, 179
  • — British Contribution to, Convention on, 553, 603. See Drraiwm, 619
  • — Equipment Industry, Position and Pros
  • pects, in, 263. See Eradum, 297
  • Underwater (Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 531*
  • — History and Developments of, 553, 603.
  • See Erratum, 619
  • — Studios, Lime Grove, Hammersmith, 518*
  • — Transmitting Station, Kirk o’ Shott-s, 361* Temperatures, Air and Humidity, in H.M.
  • Ships in Tropics, 646
  • — Controller (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.),
  • 575*
  • — Measurement. See Pyrometry
  • — Regulator Compensated (Sunvic Controls,
  • Ltd.), 23*. See Erratum, 64
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Temple Bridge, Glasgow, Model of, 553* Temple, S. G., on Annealing of Copper and
  • Copper Alloys, 455. See 483 Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials) Tension Rods for Aircraft, Specification, 287 Terms, Definitions and Symbols for Gas Quan
  • tities in Internal-Combustion Engines, 256 Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Terris, A. K., on Economy in Railway Civil
  • Engineering, 50 Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronawfrics
  • — of Beams and Columns by Leonardo da
  • Vinci, 561*
  • — Brown-Boveri Gas-Turbine Locomotive,664*
  • — on Concrete with Electrical-Resistance
  • Strain Gauges, 468*
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — for Foundry Cokes, 759*
  • — of Frameweld Reinforcement for Concrete
  • Structures, 791*
  • — of Fuels for Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines.
  • 249*, 281*
  • — Gear, Harmonic Response (Vickers-Arm
  • strongs, Ltd.), 425*
  • — House for Timber Structures, 127*
  • — of Jenbach Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine,
  • 738*, 768*, 802*
  • —- Loading, of Beams and Portals, 92*

Tests (Materials) :

  • Abrasion and Wear Tests of Rubber, 169*, 217*, 219*
  • Bending Fatigue Tests, Rotating, of Steel and Aluminium Alloy, 757*
  • Creep in Metals, Laws Underlying, 601. See LETTER, 624
  • — Tests of Copper for Rotor Windings, 424 Molybdenum Steels, 346*
  • — Testing Machine (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 107*
  • Fatigue of Metals, New Observations, 580
  • — Rotating Bending Tests of Steel and Aluminium Alloy, 757*
  • — Testing Machine for Bellows and Valve Gear of Thermostats, 570*
  • — —Machine, Elevated-Temperature, for
  • Ceramics, 422*
  • — Strength of Steel and Aluminium Alloy, Correlation of Bending and Direct Stress, 757*
  • — Torsional, Machine for Testing, 25* Photo-Elastic Tests of Transversly-Loaded
  • Beams, 390*
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tests. Lateral Stability of Unrestrained Beams, 65*, 99*
  • — Mechanical, British Standard, for Metals, Handbook on, 382
  • Testing Investigations by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 797*, 813
  • — Laboratory, College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering, 196*
  • — Machine Creep (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 107*
  • — — Torsional Fatigue, with Torque Con
  • trol, 25*
  • Torsional Fatigue Tests of Cast Crankshafts, 25*
  • Tests of Prestressed-Concrete Foot Bridge, 595*, 690*
  • — Rigs for Fiat G.80 Jet-Propelled Training
  • Aircraft, 227*
  • for Tractor Wheel. Hydraulic Motor, 639*
  • —- “ Shell X-100 ” Lubricating Motor Oil, 343
  • — Steam-Separation, Dummy Boiler Drums
  • for, 801*
  • — Structural, of H.M. Destroyer “ Albuera.”
  • 615
  • — for Thermionic Valves (General Electric Co.,
  • Ltd.), 573*
  • — Tower for Helicopter Rotors (Bristol Aero
  • plane Co., Ltd.), 36*
  • Testing Apparatus, Abrasion, 725* Ultrasonic, for Welded Joints, 797*
  • — Department for Medium-Size Diesel En
  • gines, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 365*
  • — Laboratory, College of Aeronautical and
  • Automobile Engineering, 196*
  • — — Creep. Imperial Chemical Industries,
  • Ltd., Witton. 107*
  • See also National Physical
  • — Machines. Chain. 75-ton Hydraulic, 805*
  • — — Creep (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 107* Fatigue, Elevated- Temperature, for
  • Ceramics, 422*
  • Fatigue, for Thermostats (Levland Motors, Ltd.). 570*
  • Impact, for Coke, 760
  • — —- for Ships’ Structural Members, 105* Torsional Fatigue, with Torque Control,
  • 25*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • — Plant, Locomotive, Rugby, Dynamometer
  • Equipment, 826*
  • of National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 584*
  • — Raw Rubber, Methods of. Specification, 756
  • — Road Bridges, Deadweight Trailer for, 721*
  • — Set, Meter, Polyphase (Ferranti, Ltd.), 544*
  • Testing, Soil, for Engineers (Review), 356
  • — Thermal Fatigue of Austentic/Ferritic
  • Junctions in Stainless Steels, 797*
  • — Triaxial, of Soils and Bituminous Mixtures
  • (Review), 607
  • — Unit, Mobile, of Ministry of Fuel and Power,
  • 415
  • — See also Tests (Materials); Trials
  • " Tesvac ” High-Frequency Power Unit, 405* Text-Books. See LITERATURE INDEX Textiles, Abrasion-Testing Apparatus for, 727*
  • — Fibres, Abrasion and Wear of, 310*
  • — Machine of Leonardo da Vinci, 581*
  • — Machinery Industry, Position and Prospects
  • in, 6, 326
  • — Screening Cloths, Specification, 382 Thames Launches, Ltd.. Motor Launch “ Queen
  • Elizabeth,” 762*
  • —- River. Model of, for Tidal Investigations, 139*', 816
  • Theory of Models and Dimensional Analysis (Review), 322
  • Thermal Conditions in H.M. Ships in Tropical
  • Waters. 646
  • — Efficiency of British Power Stations, 583 Brown-Boveri Gas-Turbine Locomotive-,
  • 665*
  • of Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 18, 623 of Locomotives, 590
  • — Properties of Buildings (Review), 737
  • — Storage Plant, Electrical (G.W.B. Electric
  • Furnaces, Ltd.), 614*
  • — Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • Thermic Equipment and Engineering Co., Ltd.,
  • Gas-Fired Forge Furnace, 545 Thermionic Valves. See Valves, Thermionic Thermocouple. See Pyrometer Thermodynamics of Humid Air, 609* Thermometer. See Pyrometer Thermostats, Fatigue-Testing Machine for
  • (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 570*
  • Thomas, Sir P., and Sons, Abbey Works of Steel
  • Company of Wales, Ltd., 1*, 40*, 129* Thompson, J., Ltd., Carbon-Dioxide Scrubbing
  • Towers, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 290*
  • Thompson, J. T., on Economy in Railway Civil Engineering, 50
  • Thorncliffe Works, Sheffield, Training Centre at, 495
  • Thornton Research Centre, Experiments in Fuels for Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines. 249*, 281*
  • Thorogood, A. L., on Sulphur and Sulphuric
  • Acid Position, 435 Threads, Screw. See Screw Thrust Bearing. See Bearing Tidal Institute and Liverpool Observatory,
  • Annual Report, 243
  • — Investigations of River Thames. Model for,
  • 139*, 816
  • Timber Construction Compared with Pre- stressed-Concrete Construction, 317
  • — Development Association, Tests of Timber
  • Roof Truss, 127*
  • — Investigations by Forest Products Research
  • Board, 83
  • — Preservation, Researches on, 525
  • — Structures, Test House for, 127* Time and Motion Study (Review), 4
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy ?— Plate Production at Trostre, Llanelly, Cold-
  • Reduction Plant for, 629*
  • — Research Institute, Annual Report, 570 Tinning, Electrolytic and Hot-Dip, at Tin-
  • Plate Works, Trostre, 631*
  • Tipping Wagons, Motor. See Motor Vehicles Titanium, Constitution and Properties of,
  • Symposium on, 512
  • — Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 618 Tolerances in Machine Work. See Limits and
  • Fits
  • Tool Grinder. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • — Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Steel. See Steel
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear; Gearing ; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Toroidal Sealing Rings, Dimensions of, Specification, 447
  • Toronto, R. L. Hearn Power Station, 100-MW Turbo-Generator, 353*, 391*. See Erratum, 396
  • Torpedo. Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torquay, Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Summer Meeting. 783 Torque Meters. See Dynamometers ; Torsionmeters
  • Torsion Tests. See Tests (Materials) Torsionmeter, National Physical Laboratory, for Use on Ship Trials, 804
  • — See also Dynamometers
  • Tower, Adjustable, for Overhead Equipment for Railway Electrification in Subsidence Areas, 180*
  • — Cooling, Natural-Draught, Performance of, ' 315*
  • Reinforced-Concrete, Acton Lane “ B ” Power Station, 77*
  • — Ladder, Mobile, Electrically-Operated (J.
  • Gibson and Son, Ltd.), 796*
  • — Mixing, Reinforced-Concrete, for Glass
  • Making Materials, 662*
  • — Scrubbing, Carbon-Dioxide, for Sindri
  • Fertiliser Factory, India. 290*
  • — Test, for Helicopter Rotors (Bristol Aero
  • plane Co., Ltd.), 36*
  • Towler. F. H.. on Hydraulic Lock, 559. See LETTERS,'20*, 148, 341*, 403, 624. 655, 689, 752. See 509*
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • — and Regional Planning, Public Health Engi
  • neer in. 718
  • Townend. Dr. D. T. A., Award of Melchett Medal to, 467
  • Track, Tramway, Hydraulic Lifter for (Chamberlain Industries, Ltd.), 479*
  • — Widening and Reconstruction Work at
  • Potters Bar Railway Station, 407
  • Trackless Trolley System, Road Traction. See Trolley ’Bus
  • Traction Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
  • — Electric. See Railways; Trolley ’Bus;
  • Tramways
  • Tractor, Agricultural, Application of Hydraulics to, 605*, 637*
  • Production of, 103, 338
  • — Crawler, 180-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined (Vickers-
  • Armstrongs Ltd.), 257*
  • — Heavy, 150-h.p. Dual-Purpose, Oil-Engined
  • (A.E.C., Ltd.), 141*
  • — Industrial, Battery-Operated (Brush Coach
  • work, Ltd.), 753
  • Trade, Britain’s Deep-Sea Liners, 1945-1951, 433, 469, 487, 499
  • — Cast-Iron, Statistics of Production and
  • Consumption, 200
  • — Disputes. See Trade Societies in PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Export, Agricultural Machinery, 6,102, 338 Aircraft, 6, 199
  • Boiler Plant, 131. See LETTER, 212 —- — and British Industries Fair, 557, 650 Coal-Mining Machinery, 131
  • — — Electrical Engineering. 6, 131. See
  • LETTER, 212
  • Electrical Equipment. 263. See Erratum, 297
  • Electrical Machinery, 131, 263. See Erratum, 297
  • Electrical, Statistics, 526
  • and'Import, Statistics of Engineering and Allied Industries, 5, 37, 70, 102, 131, 166, 197, 230, 263, 294, 326, 338, 356, See LETTER, 212. See Errata, 297
  • Iron and Steel. Statistics, 5
  • — — Locomotive and Rolling Stock, 294
  • — — Machine-Tool, 6, 70
  • Motor-Cycle and Cycle, 358
  • Motor Vehicles. 6, 166, 814. See Erratum, 297
  • Radio Equipment, 263, See Erratum, 297
  • — — Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering.
  • 230
  • Telephone Equipment, 265 Textile Machinery, 6, 326
  • to United States, Difficulties and Problems, 306
  • — Iron and Steel Export Statistics, 5
  • — Publications, 29, 63, 96. 107, 151, 192, 255,
  • 283, 316, 352, 384, 416, 448. 480. 572. 667, 700, 732, 795, 828. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Secrets and Methods, Protection of, Legal
  • Decisions on, 85
  • — Unions. See Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — United States Market, Principal Features
  • and Basic Statistics (Review) 306
  • —Trailer, Deadweight, for Testing Road Bridges,-721*
  • — and Semi-Trailers, Design and Construction
  • of, 89*, 121*
  • Train Derailment at Doncaster, Report on, 160
  • — Describer, Electric, on Liverpool Street-
  • Romford Railway, 428*
  • — Electric, Four-Car, Electrical Equipment
  • for, 76*
  • — Passenger, Derailment at Weedon, Report,
  • 681
  • Fire in, at Huntingdon, Report on, 680
  • — Multi-Engined Diesel, Ulster Transport
  • Authority, 520*
  • — See also Railway
  • Training. See Kducoiion ; Labour
  • Tramway Subway, Kingsway, Closing of, 436
  • — Track, Hydraulic Lifter for (Chamberlain
  • Industries, Ltd.), 479*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transatlantic Arrangements for Manufacturing Licences, 655
  • Transfer, Heat, Industrial (Review), 767 Transformers for 80-in. Continuous Strip Mill at Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 42*
  • — 17-5-MVA and 10-MVA, 66/11-kV, at
  • Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 129*
  • — 500-kVA, 11,000/433-Volt (Brush Electrical
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 576*
  • — Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 44*, 289 Transients in Electric Circuits Using Heaviside
  • Operational Calculus (Review), 67
  • “ Transistors ” for Electronic Circuits, 690
  • Transmission Dynamometer. See Dywajno- jneter ; Torsionmeter
  • — Electric, Ship Propulsion. See Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — of Power. See Marine Propulsion ; Power
  • Transmission
  • Transmitter, Radio, Daventry, Unattended Operation of, 412
  • Transmitting Station, Radio, Temporary, Barnstaple, 331
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Institution of, Brancker Lecture on Flying
  • Boat and Its Place in Aviation, by Air Chief Marshal Sir F. Bowhill, 211
  • — Ministry of, Report on Train Derailment at
  • Doncaster, 160 ; Training of Mercantile- Marine Engineer Officers, 211, 651;
  • Report on Severn-Bridge Aerodynamic Investigation, 299, 347; Report on Fire in Passenger Train at Huntingdon, 680 ; Report on Train Derailment at Weedon, 681; Deadweight Trailer for Testing Road Bridges, 721*
  • — Motor. See Road; Motor
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • — Road. See Road; Motor ; Trolley ’Bus Transportation, Hydraulic, of Coal, Report
  • on, 171
  • Transporter for Large Steel Cylinder, Costain- John Brown, Ltd., 667*
  • — Oilfield-Equipment, with Tipping Body
  • (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 284*
  • — Ore, Margam Steelworks, 1*
  • — Railway Wagon, Cullemeyer, 124*
  • Trap, Flame, for Marine Diesel-Engine Crankcase, 695*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Treasury, H.M., on Machinery for Manufacturing, 309
  • Trial Trips and Launches, 32, 63, 91, 128, 160, 190 (See Erratum, 192), 224, 288, 349, 384, 447, 479, 508, 570, 636, 666, 695, 715, 764, 790, 811
  • — See also Tests
  • Trief, V., Use of Blast-Furnace Slag in Dam Construction, 635
  • Trolley ’Buses, Single-Deck, for Adelaide, Australia (Sunbeam Trolleybus Co.), 320*
  • Trostre, Llanelly, Cold-Reduction Plant for Tin-Plate Production at, 629*
  • Truck, Battery-Operated, Oil or Petrol- Driven. See Motor Truck; Motor Vehicle
  • — Railway. See Wagons
  • — See also Bogie
  • Truss, Roof, Timber, Tests of, 127*
  • Tube, Boiler, Investigations on Expanding of, 800, 813
  • — Forming and Welding Machine, Continuous
  • (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.). 737*
  • — Hot-Rupture and Steam Rupture Testing
  • of, 798*
  • Tube Making Machines, Ltd., Universal Tube and Section Mill, 669*
  • — Railways. See London Transport Executive
  • — and Section Mill, Universal, Tube Making
  • Machines, Ltd., 669*
  • — Superheater, Investigation on Bends in,
  • 797*
  • — Wells. See Wells
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tubing, Glass, Vertical Drawing of, 701*
  • Tucker, A. W. G., on Early Ferranti Alternator Sets, 816
  • Tungsten Lamps. See Lamps, under Electric Tunisia, Oil-Well Drilling Equipment for (Oil Well Engineering Co., Ltd.), 460*
  • Tunnel, Conveyor, for 90,000-ton Sulphate- Ammonia Silo, 449*
  • — Cooling-Water. Shell Haven Oil Refinery,
  • 735*
  • — Drying, Infra-Red (T. de la Rue and Co., Ltd.), 545*
  • — for Errochty Hydro-Electric Scheme, 16*
  • — Mine, Ventilation of, 827
  • — Water, High-Speed, at California Institute
  • of Technology, Investigation of Cavitation at, 534*, 566*, 597*
  • Turbines, Gas, Aircraft, Air Intakes for, 94* Alternator Propelling Machinery in
  • M.S. “ Auris,” 119
  • Coal-Fired, for Locomotive, 18, 623 Courses at School of Gas-Turbine Technology, 251
  • — Derwent V Jet Engines in “ Lucy Ashton,” 159*
  • 3,000-h.p., for Electric Locomotives, 161*, 193*
  • — — Extension of Whittle Patent, 275
  • — Heat Transfer in Air-Cooled Blades, 21* Marine, Design Based on Aeronautical Experience, 147
  • — Peat-Fired, Experimental (J. Brown and Co., Ltd.), 8*. See LETTERS, 517, 592
  • — Protection of Flame-Zone Walls in, 559 — 750-kW Ruston and Hornsby, Progress with, 74
  • — — Theory (Review). 388
  • — — See also Engines, under Aeronautics
  • — Hydraulic, Cavitation in, Investigations on,
  • 533*, 566*, 597*
  • — Francis-Type, Errochty Hydro-Electric Scheme, 16*
  • — — Francis 105-MVA Harspranget Hydro-
  • Electric Plant, 783
  • Francis, 225-h.p., Umtata Falls Hydro- Electric Plant, 215
  • Kaplan, 31,700-h.p., Cathaleen’s Fall Hydro-Electric Plant, 775*
  • Kaplan. 14,250-h.p., Cliff Hydro-Electric Plant, 774
  • — — Kaplan, 4-MW, Leixlip Hydro-Electric
  • Plant, 774
  • Kaplan, 15-MW, Poulaphuca Hydro- Electric Plant, 772*
  • — — See also Power Plant
  • — Propeller, 4-MW, Golden Falls Hydro-
  • Electric Power Plant, 773*
  • — Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, Axial-Flow Type, Effect of Centri
  • fugal Force in, 624*
  • — —- Blading for. See Blades ; Blading —- — Critical Speed Calculations for, 704*
  • — — 50,000-kW, Dieppedalle Power Station,
  • France, 385
  • Gears for Drives, Specification, 508 60-MW High-Pressure Rotor for (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 641* Instruments for Tests of (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • — — Marine, Geared- See Marine Propulsion 100-MW, R. L. Hearn Power Station,
  • Toronto, 353*, 391*. See Krrotujn, 396 1,250-b.h.p., Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 736*
  • See also Twrfto-Generators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships
  • — Wind. Experiments with, 445
  • Turbo-Generators, 30-MW, Acton Lane “ B ” Power Station, 77
  • for British Power Stations, Economic Sizes of, 153*, 188*
  • 2,400-kW Brush-Ljungstrom (Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.), 575*
  • Commissioned in 1951 for British Power Stations, 54
  • — — 60-MW Drakelow “ A ” Power Station
  • 205
  • 60-MW, Fulham Power Station, 300* 8-MW Mixed-Pressure, Margam Power Station, 129*
  • 15-MW and 12-5-MW, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 44*
  • Turnbarrels for Aircraft, Specification, 287
  • Turner Brothers (Birmingham), Ltd., 25-ton Inclinable Geared Press, 612*
  • Turning Gear, Motor-Driven, for 100-MW, Turbo-Generator, R. L. Hearn Power Station, Toronto, 355*
  • Turning. See Machine Tools
  • Turnspits of Leonardo da Vinci, 580*
  • Twist-Drill Grinder. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Twisting Cable of Grabs and Buckets, Device to Prevent (B. and A. Engineering Co., Ltd.), 183*
  • Tyne Dock, Use of Prestressed-Concrete Sheet Piling at, 272*
  • — Improvement Commission, Use of Pre
  • stressed-Concrete Sheet Piles, 272*; Wagon-Marshalling Machine, 793*
  • Tyres, Rubber, Abrasion and Wear of, Investigations on, 169*, 217*, 219*
  • — Testing Machine at Rubber-Stichting, Delft, 725
  • UGANDA' ELECTRICITY BOARD, Annual Report, 435
  • Ulster Transport Authority, Multi-Engined Diesel Trains, 520*
  • Umtata Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, South Africa, 215
  • Underframe for Multi-Engined Diesel Trains, 520*
  • Underground Railways. See London Transport Executive
  • Unemployment. See Lafiour
  • Unesco’s Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind, 246
  • Union Castle Liner S.S. “ Kenya Castle,” Maiden Voyage of, 435
  • — Trade. See Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • United Engineering and Foundry Co., 45-in. Slabbing Mill, Abbey Steelworks, Port Talbot, 4* ; SO-in. Continuous Strip Mill, 41*
  • — Kingdom Foreign-Going Merchant Fleet,
  • 433, 499
  • — — Petroleum Industry Advisory Committee
  • Statistics of Petroleum Production and Consumption, 655
  • — Nations Economic Commission for Europe,
  • Report on Steel Production and Consumption, 622
  • — States Bureau of Mines, Report on Hydrau
  • lic Transporation of Coal, by R. W. Dougherty, 171
  • — Bureau of Reclamation, Projects of, 818
  • - — Coal-Mining Productivity Team’s Visit to, Report, 81
  • — — Drinking-Water Standards in, 718
  • — Drop Forging Productivity Team’s Visit to, 517
  • Engineering Education in, 114
  • High-Voltage Power Transmission in, 749
  • Lines, S.S. “ United States,” Quadruple- Screw, Use of Aluminium in, 413 ; Maiden Voyage of, 809*
  • — Machine-Tool Industry in, 71
  • — — Market, Principal Features and Basic
  • Statistics (Review), 306
  • — Philadelphia, Plant Maintenance Conference, 466
  • — Physics Research in, Dr. R. A. Milliken’s Impact on, 145
  • — — Power and Man Power in, 496
  • “ United States,” S.S., Quadruple-Screw, Use of Aluminium in, 413; Maiden Voyage, 809*
  • and St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 87 Trailer Construction, 89*, 123*
  • — — Visit of Coal-Mining Productivity Team
  • to, Report, 81
  • — — Visit of Drop-Forging Productivity
  • Team to, Report, 517
  • — Wood Preservation Research in, 525 See also America
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Electric-Battery Vehicles for Ore Mines, 191*
  • -United Steel Structural Co., Ltd., Maintenance Shop, Rotherham Works of Steel, Peech and Tozer, 765*, 805*
  • Unitherm Ltd., Automatic Combustion Control Equipment, 30*
  • University, Birmingham, Mechanical Harmonic Analyser, 52*, 68*; Investigations on Thermodynamics of Humid Air, 609* ; Establishment of S. J. Ellis Memorial Lectureship, 650
  • — Bristol, Investigations on Lateral Stability
  • of Unrestrained Beams, 65*, 99* ; Model of Engineering Building, 817
  • — Cambridge, Investigations on Structural
  • Analysis, 92*; Report on Engineering Department, 297; Investigation on Elasto-Plastic Stresses in Transversely- Loaded Beams, 359*, 389*
  • — College, London, Annual Report, 307;
  • Flying-Spot Microscope, 689 i
  • — — Swansea, Soil Failure During Over
  • turning of Piles, 134*
  • — Development, Report of University Grants,
  • Committee, 266. See LETTER, 403
  • — Durham, Investigation on Overturning of
  • Piles, 134*
  • — Manchester, Radio Telescope for, 571
  • — Nottingham, Investigations with Potential Flow Tank, 292*
  • — Oxford, Fatigue-Testing Machine for Ceramics, 422*
  • — and Potential Ability in the Population, 401
  • — and Scientific Man-Power, 687, 717
  • — Sheffield, Investigations on Coke, 760*
  • — and Training of Chemical Engineers, 626
  • — Zurich, Radiological Institute, 31-MeV Betratron at, 412
  • — See also Education
  • Uskmouth Power Station, Model of Compressed Air Caisson for, 817
  • VACANCIES, Notification of, Order, 146 Vacuum Brake. See Brake
  • Vacuum Oil Co., Coryton Refinery Cooling- Water Intake for, 332*
  • Vacuum Tube. See X-Rays; Valves,
  • Thermionic
  • Value, Calorific, Gas, Controller for (Sigma Instrument. Co., Ltd.), 448*
  • Valve, Butterfly, Pneumatically-Controlled (Fisher Governor Co., Ltd.), 192*
  • — Gas Sampling for Tests of Jenbach Oil Engine, 769*
  • — Hydraulic Selector, with Electric Control (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 668*
  • — Marine Oil Engine, Deposits in, 250*
  • — Mixing and Governing, for Gas Engines
  • (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 32*
  • — Relief, for Marine Diesel-Engine Crankcase,
  • 663*
  • — Safety, “ Lightning,” for Marine Diesel-
  • Engine Crankcase,’695*
  • — Thermionic, Factory, Wllyteleafe, Surrey,
  • 427*
  • Manufacture of Glass Bulbs for, 662* for Television, Manufacture of, 603
  • — Testing Apparatus for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • See also Radio
  • — and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • " Vampire ” Night-Fighter Aircraft, 635 Varatio-Strateline Gears, Ltd., Reduction
  • Gearbox, 639*
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear Varnish, Abrasion by Impact on, 505* Varnished Surfaces, Abrasion-Testing, Apparatus for, 726*
  • Vaughan Crane Co., Ltd., Radio Control for
  • Overhead Travelling Crane, 752
  • Vauxhall Motors, Ltd., Infra-Red Ovens for Drying Motor Cars, 236*
  • “ Velofeeder ” Vibratory Feeder, 754* Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institution of. See Heating
  • Ventilation Fans, Contra-Rotating for Ships,
  • 45
  • — and Heating in Relation to Coal Problem,
  • 827
  • — of H.M. Ships in Tropics, 646
  • — Manual of (Review), 483
  • — in Ships, Investigations in, 187
  • Venturi Ports in Open-Hearth Furnaces,
  • Experiments with, 656
  • — Tube, Cavitation in, 534
  • Vertical Lift Bridges. See Bridges
  • Vessels, Pressure, Welded, Determination of
  • Stresses .in, 798*, 813
  • “ Vestrad ” Radio Control for Cranes (Vaughan
  • Crane Co., Ltd.), 752
  • Viaduct. See Bridges
  • Viberti Four-Wheel Tracking Trailer, 89* ;
  • Two-Wheel Passenger Trailer, 123*
  • Vibrated Concrete Construction Co., Ltd., Prestressed-Concrete Road Bridge, Abertillery, 413*
  • Vibration in Ships, Investigations on, 158*
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Launch of S.S. “World Concord,” 147; 180-b.h.p.
  • Diesel-Engined Crawler Tractor, 257*;
  • Harmonic Response Test Gear, 426* ; Research Department, Investigation on
  • Hydraulic Lock, 509*. See LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 624, 655, 689, 752 ; Earth-Moving Equipment, 542*
  • Volga and Don Canal, Completion of, 783
  • Voltmeter-Ammeter, Clip-on (Ferranti, Ltd.)» 544*
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., 3,600-h.p. 3,000-Volt Direct-Current Electric Locomotive, 562*
  • WADE, R. C., the Late, 14
  • Wages. See Labour-, PARAGRAPH INDEX Wagon, British Railway, Automatic Brakes for,
  • 83 ; 13-ton Standard, 602*
  • — Marshalling Machine (Strachan and Henshaw, Ltd.), 795*
  • — Motor. See Motor Vehicles : Tractors
  • — Railway, Transporters, Cullemeyer and German, 124*
  • Waight, J. F., on Gas Equipment for Thermal Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, 455. See 483
  • Wailes, R. P„ the Late, 115 Wales and Monmouthshire Industrial Estates
  • Ltd., Rubber and Plastics Factory, Brynmawr, 437*
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., Multi-Engined Diesel Trains, 520*
  • Walker, F. M., on Cathode-Ray Tubes and Valves, 603
  • Wall, Dock, at Tyne Dock, Use of Prestressed- Concrete Piles, 272*
  • — Flame-Zone, Protection of, 559
  • — Masonry, Ashlared with Natural or Cast
  • Stone, Code of Practice, 63
  • —? Rubble, Code of Practice, 287
  • Wallace, G. A., on Overhead Equipment for Railway Electrification in Subsidence Areas, 180*
  • Wallsend Research Station, Pametrada, Work of, 186
  • Walters, J. P., on Fuel, Heat and Power Auditing, 415
  • War, Effect on Shipping, 433, 499
  • — on Wear, by Prof. H. Blok, 594*, 625* Warfare, Use of Aircraft in. See Aeronautics
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • Warnings, Hazard, Colours for, Issue of “ Safety ” Code Abandoned, 189
  • Warren, W. G., on Structural Strength of Destroyer" Albuera,” 615
  • Warships :
  • Admiralty Experimental Station, La Mont Boiler at, 186*
  • — Ship Welding Committee, Investigations of, 156*
  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronautics
  • H. M. Aircraft Carrier “ Eagle,” 373* — Destroyer “ Albuera,” Hogging Tests on, 157 ; Structural Tests of, 615
  • “ Diana,” Launch of, 790
  • W arships—continued.
  • H.M. Motor Launch, Aluminium-Alloy, 510*
  • — Ship “ Savage,” Trials of, 187
  • — in Tropical Waters, Prediction of Thermal Conditions in, 646
  • — Troopship “ Birkenhead,” Centenary of Loss, 278
  • Jane’s Fighting Ships (Review), 241
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • Navy Estimates for 1952-53, 273
  • See also NavaZ in PARAGRAPH INDEX Washer, Steel Spring, Specification, 155
  • — Tab, for Aircraft, Specification, 182 Washing Plant, Dawson, for Oil-Engine Castings, 584*
  • — — Flue-Gas, Drummond, at Birmingham
  • Gas Works, 140*
  • Washington Soc’ety of Engineers, St. Lawrence Seaway, by Rt. Hon. C. D. Howe, 87
  • Waste-Heat Recovery at Knitwear Factdry of
  • Pasolds Ltd., 744*. See ErraZum, 824 Watch and Clock Industry, Position and
  • Prospects in, 358
  • Water Board, Rand, Annual Report, 223
  • — Cooler for Waste-Heat Recovery Plant,
  • 744*. See ErraZwm, 824
  • — Cooling, Reinforced-Concrete Intake, for
  • Coryton Oil Refinery, 332*
  • Towers, Natural-Draught, 315*
  • — Drinking, International Standards, De
  • velopment of, 718
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Heaters. See Feed-Water
  •  ?— Heating Installations, Electric, Domestic, Code of Practice, 256
  • — Muddy, Army Engineers and Nation’s
  • Rivers (Review), 579
  • — Power. See Hydraulic; Power Plant;
  • Power, Water ; Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Supply of London, Metropolitan Water
  • Board’s Report, 82
  • See also Irrigation ; Wells
  • — Surface, Year-Book of Great Britain, 1937-
  • 45 (Review), 685
  • — System, Cooling, Shell Haven Oil Refinery,
  • 735*
  • — Tanks. See Tanks
  • — Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Tunnel, High-Speed, at California Institute
  • of Technology, Investigations of Cavitation at, 534*, 566*, 597*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic ; Power
  • Plant
  • — Wheels. See Turbine, Hydraulic; Power
  • Plant
  • Waterways. See Rivers; Canals Waterworks. See Water Supply and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Wath-Manchester-Sheffield Railway, Electrification of, 164*, 321*
  • Watson, H. D„ Model of Morwell Power Station, 816
  • Wave Analyser, Mui rhe ad-Pame trad a (Muir- head and Co., Ltd.), 425*. See Erratum, 491
  • — Electromagnetic. See Electric; Radio
  • — Generators, Coast Line with, Model of, 816
  • — Recorder and Measurer, Institute of
  • Oceanography, 816
  • Wear and Abrasion, Conference on. See Abrasion and Wear Conference, Delft
  • — Chemical Causes of, Investigations on, 693*
  • — in Marine Auxiliary Oil Engines, Effects of
  • Fuel in, 250*, 281*
  • — of Materials, Investigations on, 594*, 625* “ Wearometer,” Olsen, for Plastics, 726*
  • Weddle, W. A., on Oxide-Reduced Copper Powder, 424
  • Wedge Blocks, Malleable-Iron, for Shipbuilding Berths (Hale and Hale (Tipton), Ltd.), 318*
  • Weedon, Passenger Train Derailment at, Report on, 681
  • Weighing, 'Screening and Baggng Unit, Automatic (R. Cort and Son, Ltd.), 710*
  • Welded Construction in Ships, Lloyd’s Register Statement on, 406
  • Welded Joints, Ultrasonic Testing Apparatus for, 797*
  • — Prefabricated Ship Construction, W. Dox-
  • ford and Sons, Ltd., 821*
  • — Structures, Elastic Stresses in, 58*, 92*
  • Welder, Spot, Air-Operated, 16-kVA and 25-kVA (Standard Resistance Welders, Ltd.), 732*
  • Welding, Alternating-Current, Safety Electrode Holder for (General Electric Co., Ltd.) 160*
  • —Aluminium “ Aircomatic ” Process for, 762*
  • — of Aluminium in Shipbuilding, 413
  • — Head, for Continuous Tube-Forming
  • Machine (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.) 737*
  • — Institute of, North-Eastern (Tyneside)
  • Branch, Shipyard Re-Organisation for Welded Prefabricated Construction, by
  • C. Stephenson, 821*
  • — Investigations by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.,
  • 800,813
  • — Machine, Air-Operated Spot, 16-kVA and
  • 25-kVA (Standard Resistance Welders, Ltd.), 732*
  • — Metal-Arc, of Mild Steel, General Require
  • ments of, Specification, 811
  • — Oxy-Acetylene, of High Temperature and
  • High Pressure Steel Pipelines, Specification, 635
  • — Scheme of Symbols for, Specification, 666
  • — in Ship Construction, Progress in, 549, 730
  • — in Ships, Investigations on, 157*
  • — of Steel, Metal-Arc, Electrodes for, Specifica
  • tion, 756
  • — Unit-for Henderson Universal Tube and
  • Section Mill, 670*
  • Wells, Deep, Vertical-Spindle Pump for (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 60*
  • Wellington Tube Works, Ltd., Heat Exchanger, 645*
  • Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, Ltd., Soaking Pits for Abbey Steelworks, 3
  • Werkstad, A.B. Karlstads Mekanista, 31,700-h.p. Kaplan Turbine, 775*
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd. Retarder and Scotch Block for Mine Cars, 709*
  • Wheels, Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • —Grinding. See Grinding, under Machine Tools
  • — Hydraulic-Motor, for Tractors, 638*
  • — Railway, Mill for Producing, Steel, Peech &
  • Tozer, Sheffield, 515*
  • Wheeler, R. W., on “ Knock ” Research, 278 Whessoe Foundry and Engineering Co., Liquid Ammonia Storage Tanks, 291*
  • Whitaker, A., Wind-Velocity Vector Integrator, 316*
  • White, B., on Management Aspects of Preventive Maintenance, 720
  • — Waltham Aerodrome, Royal Aeronautical
  • Society Garden Party, 783
  • Whittle Gas-Turbine Patent, Extension of, 275
  • Whitworth Society, Annual Dinner, 402 ; Summer Meeting, Southampton, 751
  • Whyteleafe, Surrey, Experimental Valve Factory of Milliard Ltd., 427*
  • Wiebe, R., on Experimental Peat-Fired Closed-Cycle Gas Turbines, 527. See 8*. See LETTER, 592
  • Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Heat- Treatment Furnaces for Gears, 659*
  • Wilkins and Mitchell, Ltd., 600/3,000-ton Forging Presses, 489*
  • William Girling Reservoir, Chingford, Pre- stressed-Concrete Fencing at, 759*
  • Williams Lecture on Fuel and Metal, 759*
  • Williams, Dr. LI. S., on Fatigue Testing Machine for Ceramic Materials, 422*
  • Williams, Dr. R. C. G., on Industrial Television, 603
  • Williams, T. E. H., on Soil Failure During Overturning of Piles, 134*
  • Williams,W. H„ the Late, 115. See Erratum, 191
  • Wilmot-Monsour and Co., Radio-Control Equipment for Model Glider, 783
  • Wilson, C. T. R., and Cloud Chamber (Review). 451
  • Wilson, W. S., Model of Compressed-Air Caisson for Uskmouth Power Station, 817
  • Wimpey, G., and Co., Ltd., Kent Oil Refinery, 552*
  • Wind Effects on Susp' nsion Bridges, Investigations on, 299, 347
  • — Power Generation by, 445
  • — Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • — Velocity Vector Integrator (Nash and Thomp
  • son, Ltd.), 316*
  • Windings, Rotor, Alternator, Properties of Copper for, 424
  • Window, Steel, for Industrial Buildings, Specification, 63
  • “ Windsor,” M.S., Launch of, 681*
  • Windsor, R. H., Ltd., Triple-Screw Extrusion Machine for Plastics, 481*; Moulding Machines for Plastics, 642*
  • “Winker,” Beacon, Police-Type (Londex, Ltd,). 543*
  • Wire, Copper, Enamelled Round, Specification, 756
  • — Diameters, Variation in, Comparator for
  • Measuring, 529*
  • — Ropes, Clamps for (Skandinaviska Talurit
  • A. B.), 723*
  • — Telephone, Underground Railway, Cleaning
  • of, 256*
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Telephony
  • Withers, J. G„ on Octane Numbers in Relation to Road Performance, 279. See LETTER, 468
  • Witton Creep Test Research Station of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 107* Wohler-Type Tests. See Fatigue, under Tests (Materials)
  • Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd., Film Strip on Use of Portable Electric Tools, 361; Soldering Irons, 577*
  • Wombwell Junction Signalbox, Manchester- Sheffield-Wath Railway, 166*
  • Wood, Abrasion-Testing Machine for, 728*
  • Wood, B_, on Experimental Peat-Fired Closed-Cycle Gas Turbines, 592. See 8* See LETTER, 527
  • — Chip and Wood-Waste Boards, Specifica
  • tion, 635
  • — Preservation Research in United States and
  • Canada,525
  • Wood, Dr. W. A., on Mechanism of Fatigue in Metals, 580
  • Woods of Colchester, Ltd., Contra-Rotating Fans for Ship Ventilation, 45
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Workmen. See Labour

Works :

  • Abbey Works, Port Talbot, of Steel Company of Wales, 1*, 40*, 129*
  • Airedale Works, Leeds, J. and H. McLaren. Ltd., 364*
  • Blackburn Factory of Mullard, Ltd., Vertical Drawing of Glass Tubing. 701*
  • Blaw Knox, Ltd., Gear-Cutting and Heat-Treatment Shops, 659*
  • Crane Repair Depot, Hillingdon, Butters Brothers and Co., Ltd., 406*
  • Crewe Works of British Rollmakers Corporation, Ltd., 777*
  • Die-Block Plant of W. Somers, Ltd., Halesowen, 617*
  • Diesel-Engine Factory of National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 584*
  • Gasworks. See Gasworks
  • Ickles Works, Sheffield, Railway Steel Mill, 515*
  • Margam Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., Extensions to, 1*
  • Rotherham Works of Steel, Peech and Tozer, 765*, 805*
  • Slough Factory, Pressure Die-Casting Foundry of High Duty Alloys, Ltd., 297*. See Erratum, 428
  • Thorncliffe Works, Sheffield, Training Centre at, 495
  • Trostre Works of Steel Co. of Wales, Ltd., 629*
  • Union G.E.C. Works, Wembley, Use of Brisch Classification System for Engineering Stores, 407*
  • Welding Sheds of W. Doxford and Sons, Ltd., 821*
  • Worcester Works of Heenan and Froude, Ltd., 825*
  • Works Management, Conference on Preventive Maintenance, 720
  • — — Motion and Time Study (Review), 4 Plant Layout: Planning and Practice
  • (Review), 228
  • — Ministry of, Codes of Practice. See
  • Standards
  • Workshop of Power Gas Corporation, Ltd., Model of, 817
  • — Training. See Education ; Labour
  • — See also Works ; Machine Tools
  • “ World Concord,” S.S., Launch of, 147
  • — Health Organisation Report of Rome
  • Seminar for European Sanitary Engineers, 718
  • — Navies, Jane’s Fighting Ships (Review), 241
  • — Ship Tonnage, 1905-1950, 433, 499
  • — Steel Production and Consumption Trends, 622
  • Worlidge, R. F., on Hydraulic Lock, 624. See
  • LETTERS, 20*, 148, 341*, 403, 559, 655, 689, 752. See 509*
  • Worm Gear. See Gear ; Gearing
  • Worner, H. W., on Properties of Titanium-Oxygen Alloys, 512 ; on Titanium-Rich* Alloys of Iron and Titanium, 512
  • Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation, Ammonia Compressors, Sindri Fertiliser Factory, India, 291
  • Wrecks. See Accidents
  • Wright Lecture on Prophesy and Achievements in Aeronautics, 711*, 793*. See 719 Writing, Mirror, of Leonardo da Vinci, 581*.
  • See LETTERS, 719, 784
  • X-RAY Equipment, Mobile (Newton Victor, Ltd.), 544*
  • — — Film, Automatic Processing Unit for (Nucleonic and Radiological Developments. Ltd.), 415*
  • Study of Copper-Titanium Systems, 512 Tube with Magnetic Lens, 690
  • Xylonite Models, Stress Determination. See PAoZo-EZa-stic
  • YARN Tension Pick-Up Unit and Strain Recorder (Kelvin and Hughes, Ltd.), 471*
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX “ Yokohama ” 22-in. Cutter Suction Dredger 441*
  • York, Newcomen Society’s Summer Meeting at, 755
  • Yorkshire Hennebique Contracting Co., Ltd., Prestressed-Concrete Sheet Piling at Tyne Dock, 272*
  • Young’s Modulus. See Elastic Modulus
  • ZINC Alloys. See Alloys, under Metallurgy
  • — Development Association, International Conference on Hot-Dip Galvanising. Dusseldorf, Programme, 655
  • Zurich University Radiological Institute. 31-MeV Betatron at, 412

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