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Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General

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Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: General

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

  • A.B.C. Conference on Unification of Engineering Standards, Report on, 306
  • Aberdare Electric Co., Ltd., Dublin, Work of, 22
  • Aberporth, Trials of Guided Rockets at, 137*
  • Abinger Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s Re- . port, 572, 624
  • Abington Fatigue Testing Laboratory, 12* See Errata, 158
  • Abrasive Surfaces, Crystalline Character of, 689, 750
  • Absorber, Vibration, Dynamic, Problems of, 795, 796*
  • Absorptionmeter, Photoelectric (Hilger and Watts, Ltd.), 191*
  • Abwood Tool and Engineering Co., Ltd., Precision Surface Grinding Machine, 364*
  • Acbars, Ltd., C.I.M.A. Automatic Universal Gear Hobbing Machine, 331* ; Christen ' Sensitive Drilling Machine, 364*
  • Accelerator, Electron, 15-MeV Linear (Milliard , Ltd.), 161*

Accidents :

  • Accident with Circular Saw, Decision on I 763
  • — Electrical, in Homes, 608
  • — j— Report on Their Causes, 410
  • — from Fires, Prevention of, 242
  • — io Tower Crane, 266
  • 3 Air Liner “ Comet,” Accident to, Report, I 826
  • ' Aircraft Accident Due to Wash from Air Liner, Report on, 751
  • •4 —!— de Havilland 110 Jet-Propelled, 343, I 346*
  • | Boiler and Machinery Accidents, Report on, 761
  • Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, Report on, 410
  • ' — |— in Homes, 608
  • —;— in Mines,. Report on, 178 . s Electricity, Static, Hazards.; from, 548.
  • 1 See LETTER, 604 >• ’? ti
  • Feet, Accidents to, Prevention by Safety
  • I Footwear, 379
  • Flying Accident to “Comet” Air Liner,
  • i Report on, 826
  • Railway Accident, Harrow-Wealdstone, Inquiry into, 507
  • Train Derailment at Polesworth, Report
  • | on, 85
  • Wreck of Jet-Propelled Motor Boat
  • | “ Crusader.” 443
  • Accumulators, Electric. See Electric
  • —- Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle ; Motor Truck
  • Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Acoustics in Modern Building Practice (Review), 588
  • — Sound and Vibration Analysis, 286* Activated Sludge. See Sewage
  • Adams,1 L. E., on Water Hammer in Pipe Lines, 148. See LETTERS, 212, 380, 572, 636
  • Adaptors and Flexible Steel Conduits for Electric Cables, Specification, 725
  • Adcoclq and Shipley, Ltd., Deep-Hole Drilling Machine, 396* ; Vertical Milling Machine,
  • , 396*
  • Addison, Prof. H., on Instruction and Research in Hydraulic Laboratories, 731
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Ad- drdss
  • Admiralty. See Warships
  • Aeratof, Cascade, for Effluent-Treatment Plant at Tank Factory, 684*
  • Aerials [at Kirk o’ Shotts Television Station, « 205*
  • —: Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • —•. Propellers. See Propellers under Aeronaw- Z-ics
  • —I Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
  • —4 Transport. See Aeronawtics Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, British Commonwealth and Empire Lectures on Maintain- ai ing Airworthiness in Operation, by R. E.
  • Hajrdingham, 551; Scope and Limitations of Photo-Elastic Stress Analysis, by H. T.
  • 1 Jessop, 833*

Aeronautics :

  • , Aerodrome Runways, Construction Cost of,
  • i 358
  • 'i —- Bee also Airport (below) Aerodynamics, Theoretical (Review), 460
  • 3 Aerodynamic Drag (Review)} 716. See
  • | Erratum, 804
  • . Aeronautical Group of Aslib, Work of, 403,
  • ; 410
  • •— Research Laboratories, Australian,
  • I Suction-Wing Glider, 350*
  • s — Science and- Engineering,-Progress- inF - 317*, 357*, 402
  • Aeronautics, College of, Cranfleld, Prize Day, 51 ’ ’
  • Aeroplane, Accident to de Havilland 110 Jet-Propelled Fighter, 343, 346*
  • — All-Wing, Design of, 350*
  • — “ Avro 707 ” with Delta Wing, 350*
  • — Boeing “ B 4,7 ” with V Wing, 350*
  • — Bombing, “ Avro 698 ” (A.1 V, Roe and Co., Ltd.), 346*
  • “ Valiant ” (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd.), 309*
  • — “ Canberra,” English Electric, Used as
  • Test Bed, 309*
  • — Construction, Use, of Light Alloys in, -? 357*
  • — Developments, Future of, 799, 835
  • — Fighting, All-Weather, “ Javelin ” (Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 309* Jet-Propelled, de Havilland, 110 ;
  • Accident to, 343, 346*
  • — — Single-Seat “ Hunter ” (Hawker
  • Aircraft, Ltd.), 309*
  • Single-Seat “ Swift ’’ (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd.), 309*
  • — Light, Hurel-Dubois H.D. 10, 349*
  • — Navigation Trainer “ Marathon ” (Handley Page, Ltd.), 348*
  • — See also Air Liner; Aircraft; and Flying Boat (below)
  • Aileron, Reversal, and Aeroplane Design, 351*
  • Air Liner, “ Britannia,” Progress of (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 166* ; Maiden Flight, 245*, 257*
  • Series 3 “ Comet ” (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 507
  • “ Comet ” G-ALYZ, Accident to, Report on, 826
  • — — “ Comet,” de Havilland, Design of,
  • 735
  • — — Flying-Boat, Future Development
  • of, 402, 451*, 485*
  • — Raid Damage at Harland and Wolff’s Shipyard; Belfast, 419*- -
  • Aircraft, Anti-Submarine, “ Gannet ’’ (Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd.), 309*
  • — Bell X 5 in Flight, .353*
  • i | —,pBqlte, < Chromiiim-Steel , Wile for, ' ' ; Specification, 47
  • — Cargo-Loading System for, in New Zealand, 804*
  • — Carrier, H.M.S. “ Eagle,” 418*
  • — Conditioning.for. Human: Occupation and Control, 369
  • — Electrical Equipment and Indicating Instruments for, Specification, 79
  • — Exhibition and Flying Display, Farnborough Aerodrome, 179, 309*, 343, 346*
  • — Fighter, Jet Propelled, de Havilland, 110 ; Accident to, 343, 346*
  • — Freighter, Bristol, Use for Motor-Car Ferry Services, 63
  • — Jet Bomber, “ Canberra B,” Double Atlantic Crossing by, 275
  • — Military, High-Performance, Physiological Problems of, 369
  • — for Motor-Car Ferry Services (Silver
  • City Airways, Ltd.), 63
  • — in Operation, Maintenance of, 551
  • — Plastics in, 666,701, 770. See LETTER, 764
  • — Servo Mechanisms in, 481*, 508, 515*
  • — Shear Bolts and Nuts for, Specification, 15
  • — Structures, Counting Strain Gauge for, 168*
  • — Supersonic, Plan Forms for, 353* Airman, Skill Required of, 369 Airport, Gatwick, Proposed Development of, 514
  • — London, British European Airways Engineering-Base Building, 521*, 556*
  • — Luton, Control Tower at, 443
  • — See also Aerodrome (above) Airworthiness of Aircraft in Operation, Maintenance of, 551
  • Anti-Icing Systems, “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 594*
  • Atomic Powered Air Liners, Possibilities of, 353
  • “ Avon ” Engine with Reheat (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 310*. See Erratum, 348
  • “ Avro 707 ” Aeroplane with Delta Wing, 350* ,
  • “ Avro 698 ” Bomber (A. V. Roe <&> Co;,* Ltd.), 346*
  • " Bell X5 7 in Flight, 353*
  • Boeipg“JB 4.7 ”, Aeroplane with V Wing, 350*
  • Bristol Freighter Aircraft for Motor-Car Ferry Services, 63
  • “ Bristol 173 ” Helicopter (Bristol Aero-' plane Co., Ltd.), 347
  • “ Britannia,” Air Liner, Progress of (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 166*;
  • Maiden Flight,..245*, .257*
  • British European Airways, Annual Report, 507 ; Engineering-Base Building for, 521*, 556*; Operating Statistics, 773
  • Aeronautics-A-conHnued.
  • British Overseas Airways Corporation, Overhaul Base for Aircraft Engines and Propellers, 129* ; “ Britannia ” Air Liner, 166*, 245*, 257* ; Annual Report, 410 ;. Operating Statistics,
  • ? 773 ;1 Report, on Accident to “ Comet” Air Liner, 826
  • “ Canberra ” Aeroplane, English Electric Used as Test Bed (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 309*
  • “ Canberra B ” Jet Bomber, Double Atlantic Crossing By,. 275
  • Catapults for Launching' Aircraft, Hydraulic Equipment for, 711
  • Civil Aviation, Future of, 800
  • Ministry of, Development of Gatwick Airport, 514; Report on Aircraft Accident Due to Wash from Air Liner, 751; Operating Statistics of Airways, 773 ; Report on Accident to “ Comet ” Air Liner, 826
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, de Havilland, Design of, 735
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, G-ALYZ, Accident to, Report on, 826
  • “ Comet ” Series 3, Air Liner (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 507
  • “ Conway ” By-Pass Aeroplane Engine, 538
  • De Havilland “ Rapide ” Aircraft, Accident to, Report on, 751
  • D.H. 110 Night-Fighter, Accident to (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 343, 346*
  • Drag, Aerodynamic (Review), 716. See Erratum, 804
  • — in Aircraft, Means of Reducing, 317*
  • “ Dragonfly Mark 3 ” Helicopter (Westland Aircraft, Ltd.), 347
  • “ Eagle,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier, 418*
  • “ Eland ” Propeller Turbine Aero Engine -~ (D.’ Napier &Bons, Ltd.), 310*
  • Engine, Aeroplane, “ Avon ” Reheat (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 310*. See Erratum, 348 _
  • ?' -— — British Overseas. Airways Corpora?
  • tion$> Overhaul. Bfise for, 129t
  • “'Conway ” By-Pass (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 538
  • Future Development of, 799, 835 _ — Manufacture of Centrifugal Super
  • chargers for, 543*
  • Propeller-Turbine, Bristol “ Proteus ” II for “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 289* 495*
  • Propeller-Turbine, “ Eland ” (D. Napier and Sons, Ltd.), 310*
  • Propeller-Turbine, “ Proteus 625 ” (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 245*, 258*
  • Turbo-Jet, “ Olympus ” (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 13*
  • Turbo-Jet, Short-Life (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 310*
  • See also Turbines, Gas Flight-Refuelling Equipment for United States Navy, 565
  • — Supersonic, Future of, 799
  • Flying, Biology of, 369
  • — Boat Air Liner, Future Development of, 402, 451*, 485*
  • — — “ Princess,” Launch of (Saunders-
  • Roe, Ltd.), 243
  • “ Princess,” Description of (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 289*, 371*, 429*, 495*, 591*
  • — Controls, Powered, for “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 371*, 593*
  • — Display and Static Exhibition, Farnborough Aerodrome, 179*, 309*, 343, 346*
  • “ Gannet ” Anti-Submarine Aircraft (Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd.), 309*
  • Glider, Suction-Wing, Australian, 350*
  • Helicopter Analysis (Review), 588
  • — Association of Great Britain, Some Thoughts on Operational Future of Helicopter, by P. Masefield, 719
  • — “ Bristol 173 ” (Bristol Aeroplane Co.,
  • Ltd.), 347
  • — “ Dragonfly Mark 3 ” (Westland Air
  • craft, Ltd.), 347
  • — Operational Future of, 719
  • — “ Rotodyne,” Model of (Fairey Avia- [i tion Co., Ltd.), 347
  • — Skeeter ” (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 347* Hill Pterodactyl of 1925, 350*
  • ‘‘'Hunter ’f. Single-Seat Fighter, (Hawker r AircraftrLtd.),, 309* ’
  • Hurel-Dubois H.D. 10 Light Aeroplane, 349*
  • 1 Icing of Tail Surfaces, “ Princess ” Flying Boat, Measures for Combating, 594*
  • “ Javelin ” All-Weather Fighter Aircraft (Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 309*
  • “ Marathon ” Navigation Trainer Aero- " plane (Handley Page‘, Ttd;)/3'48*
  • Model of “ Rotodyne ” Helicopter (Fairey , , Aviation Co., Ltd.), 347
  • — See also Wind Tunnel (below)
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • Northern Heights Model Flying Club,
  • Annual Gala, Langley Aerodrome, 51 “ Olympus ” Turbojet Engine, 13* Operating Costs of Flying-Boat Air Liners, 486*
  • Pilot, Automatic, for Aircraft, 516 Power Plants for Flying-Boat Air Liners, 485*
  • “ Princess ” Flying Boat (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 243, 289*, 371*, 429*, 495*, 591*
  • Propeller, Aerial, British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Overhaul Base for, 129*
  • de Havilland Hydromatic,1 16-ft., for “ Britannia ” Air Line, 245*, 258* de Havilland Hydromatic, for “Princess” Flying Boat, 289*, 495* Propulsive Systems for Aircraft, Progress in, 319*
  • “ Proteus 625 ” Turbine Propeller Aeroplane Engine (Bristol Aeroplane Cb., Ltd.), 245*, 258*
  • Ram-Jet Test Vehicle (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 347*
  • Rockets, Guided, Trials at Aberporth, 137* — Motor “ Sprite ” (de Havilland Engine
  • Co., Ltd.), 309
  • “ Rotodyne ” Helicopter, Model of (Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd.), 347
  • Royal Air Force, School of Technibal Training, Halton, 211; Motor Rescue Launch for (Vosper, Ltd.), 57f7*
  • School of Technical Training, Royal Air Force, Halton, 211
  • “ Spitfire ” Aeroplane, Effect of Air Compressibility in, 318*
  • Sprite-Comet Flying Test Bed (de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd.), 309 I
  • “ Swift ” Single-Seat Fighter (Vickers- Armstrongs Ltd.), 309*
  • Tyres, Aircraft, Testing Machine for (Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.), 7p7* f “ Valiant ” Bomber (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd.), 309*
  • " Viper. Short-Life Turbo-Jet Aero
  • ?’i :Engine/310*
  • t-Weapons, Guided, Future of, 7991 Wind Tunnel, Reinforced-Concrete Construction of, 401
  • Wing Design and Air Flow, 317* Present and Future, 349* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics Aggregates for Concrete, Investigations on, 313*, 354*
  • Agricultural Engineering, National ijnstitiite of, Work of, 148*
  • — Hall. See EaAiftition
  • — Machinery Exhibition and Smithfield ShoW,
  • Earls Court, 724*, 756*, 787*
  • Work of National Institute of Agricultural Engineering on, 148*
  • — Motors. See Engines ; Motors ; Tractors
  • — Society, Royal, Newton Abbot Show, 16*,
  • 41*, 72* 1 |
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture, Steam Power in Farming, 212* 1
  • — See also Irrigation and PARAGRAPH JNDE^ Air, Compressed. See Compressed Air i Pneumatic
  • — Compressors for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 335*
  • — — Unit, 1-h.p. Electrically-Driven (Hyma-
  • tic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 743*
  • —- Conditioning Plant for “ Britannia ” Air Liner (Sir G. Godfrey and Partners, Ltd.), 260*
  • Plant for Departmental Store (Andrew Machine Construction Co., Ltd.), 171* ’
  • Plant, “ Princess ” Flying Boat,'592*,,
  • — — by Solar Energy, 601, 679
  • — Filters for Air-Conditioning Plant (Vokes,
  • Ltd.), 171*
  • — Force, Royal. See Aeronautics
  • — Handling in Atomic Energy Establish
  • ments, 62, 89
  • — Heater, Portable, for Crops (Alpenjia Agri
  • cultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 12*
  • — Preheater for Waste-Heat Gas Turbine, 740*
  • — Pollution. See Atmospheric Pollution;
  • Smoke Abatement
  • — Raids. See Aeronautics
  • — Reservoirs and Fuel Tanks for “ Trusty ”
  • Motor Chassis (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 499*
  • — Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • — Slide Conveyors for Powdered and Granular
  • Materials, 88
  • — See also Atmospheric
  • Aircraft Carriers. See Aeronautics
  • — See Aeronautics
  • Ajax Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Radial Drilling, Boring and Tapping Machine, 329f
  • Alcohol, Power, from Vegetable WasteL Lucknow Conference on, 699
  • Aldington, Dr. J. N., on Research in Electric Lamp Industry^ 59 —J Alexander, G. H., Machinery, Ltd., Die-Sinking Machine, ,432* ; Universal Milling Machine, 432*
  • Alexandra Quay, Port of Dublin, 2*, 815* Algerian Railways, Sulzer Locomotives for, 831*
  • Alkali, Etc. Works, Chief Inspector of, Annual Report, 82
  • Allen, Prof. J., Tunnel Intakes, Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 491*
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Ltd., Tests of 1,000- kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 138*; 72-in. Gear-Hobbing Machine 193*; 2,800-kVA Turbo-Generator for Beet- Sugar Factory, 710*; 530-kW Turbo-
  • Generator, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co., 22,500-h.p. Three-Phase Electric Motor, 463*
  • Allmanna Svenska Elektriska, A.B., 105-MVA Alternator, 585*, 618*
  • Allowances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd., Transportable Grass Dryer, 11* ; Portable Air Heater for Crops, 12* ; Fertiliser Distributor, 12*; Sack and Bale Elevator, 12*
  • Alternating Current. See Electric
  • — Stress. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials') Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo-
  • Generators
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Anodic Film on, Properties, 689, 750
  • — Bronze Tubes, Solid-Drawn, Specification,
  • 143
  • — Development Association, Annual Report,
  • 19; Symposium on Aluminium-Alloy Castings, 719 ; Exhibition of Castings, 720*
  • — Distillation Plant at Fulmer Research Insti
  • tute, 514*
  • — Scheme, Volta River, 699, 729
  • — Sheathing for Electric Cables, Manufacture
  • of, 614*
  • — Tubing for Sheathing Electric Cables, 404*.
  • See Erratum, 476
  • — World Production and Consumption, 730
  • — Zinc in, Analysis of, Specification, 79
  • — See also MetaWurpy
  • America. See South America; United States ; Latin America
  • American, British, Canadian Conference on Unification of Engineering Standards, Report, 306
  • — Bureau of Shipping, Work of, 191
  • — Navy. See United States under Warships
  • — Society of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engi
  • neers
  • for Engineering Education, Annual Meeting, 379
  • — See also United States
  • Ammeter. . See Meter under Electric
  • Amsler, A. J., and Co., Automatic Computation of Railway Train Schedules, 717*
  • Analysis, Chemical, of Zinc in Aluminium, Specification, 79
  • — of Four-Bar Linkage (Review), 133
  • — and Safety of Bridges and Structures, 297
  • — Structural, of Dome of Discovery (Review),
  • 813
  • “ Andes,” S.S., 1939, 418*
  • Andrade, Prof. E. N. da C., on Effect of Surface Conditions on Properties of Metals, 797. See 828
  • Andrfi Blondel Hydro-Electric Station, 571 “ Andrea Doria,” M.S., Atlantic Liner, 604 Andrew Machine Construction Co., Ltd., Air- Conditioning Plant for Departmental Store, 171*
  • Anglo-American Council on Productivity, Report on Iron and Steel, 17; Report on American Practice in Steel Construction, 51; Report on Internal-Combustion Engine Industry, 233 ; Report on Electricity Supply Productivity, 298 ; Final Report, 341; Report on United States Woodworking Machinery Industry, 795 Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., Ltd., Film Exhibition by, 763
  • Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co., Ltd., 7,500-s.h.p. Geared Turbine for Oil Tanker, 279 ; Gas- Turbine Operating Experience in M.S. “ Auris,” 639
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Annuals and Reference Books, 28, 127, 175, 239, 312, 648, 712, 775, 840. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Anodic Film on Aluminium and Its Alloys, 689, 750
  • Antwerp Docks, Shell Roof at, Travelling Formwork for, 187*
  • Apparatus, Dust-Sampling, for Coal Mines, 228*
  • — Electrical, for Measuring Vibration of Ships,
  • 658
  • — Shot-Peening, Air-Suction Type, 546*
  • — Supersonic Heat Transfer, 281*
  • Appleby-Frodlngham Steel Co., Scunthorpe, “ Roll-Mill ” Grease Lubricator, 126* ; Rapid Re-Lining of Blast Furnace, 614; Active Mixer Practice by, 765, 786
  • Applied Research Laboratories “ Quantometer,” 53*
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Apprenticeship. See Education; Labour Approach, Prestressed-Concrete, to Shell
  • Haven Oil Refinery Jetty, 705*
  • Arc. See Electric ; Furnace ; Welding
  • Arches and Frames, Continuous, Methods of Design Analysis (Review), 35
  • — Logging, 8-ton, for Handling Tree Trunks
  • (R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd.), 468*
  • — Prestressed-Concrete, Claerwen Dam, 531*,
  • 559*
  • “ Archer ” Tapping Attachment, 432* Architectural Aspects of Concrete Shell Roofs, 55, 75
  • — and Engineering Law (Review), 426 Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects Arctangents of Rational Numbers, Tables of
  • (Review), 555
  • Argentine Whale-Factory Ship “ Juan Peron,” 197*
  • “ Argonarc ” Spot-Welding Machine, 807*
  • Arid Zones, Power .Resources in, Development of, 443
  • Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., “Avon” Reheat Aeroplane Engine, 310*. See Erratum, 348 ; Short-Life Turbo-Jet Aero Engine, 310*; 120-h.p. “ Sapphire ”
  • Motor Car, 541*
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Bossom Lecture on Cheaper Buildings : Contribution of Modular Co-ordination, by M. H. Thomas, 768 Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Ash and Clinker, Conference on, 307
  • Ash, G., Ltd., Hatfield Technical College, 796
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Co., Ltd., Tubular- Construction Skip Bridge for Blast Furnace, 722*
  • Aslib, Formation of Engineering Group, 210, 211. See 403, 410 ; Swanwick Conference Programme, 210; Annual Conference, Swanwick, Significance of Information in Present-Day Industrial Society, by Prof. T. U. Matthew, 403. See 409; Review of Results of Royal Society Scientific Information Conference, 1948, by Dr. D. J. Urquhart and L. Wilson, 403 ; Report on Aeronautical Group, 403, 410 ; Report on Engineering Group, 403,410. See 210,211 Asquith, W., Ltd., Continuous Rotary Milling Machine, 324*; O.D.4 Radial Drilling Machine, 324*
  • Associated British Oil Engines, Ltd., 80-h.p. Four-Cylinder Petter Diesel Engine, 626* Association, British. See British Association
  • — Engineering. See /nstitwtions
  • Astronomer Royal’s Annual Report, 572, 624.
  • See 603. See LETTER, 669
  • Astronomical Instruments, Historic, at Greenwich Observatory, 572
  • — Work of Royal Observatories, 572, 624
  • Atkins, W. S., and Partners, Fatigue-Testing Laboratory, Abington, 12*. See Errata, 158
  • Atlantic, Double Crossing of, by “ Canberra B ” Jet Bomber, 275
  • — Liners. See Ships; Steamers ; Motorships
  • — Ocean, Flights Across, 800
  • — Record Voyage of S.S. “ United States ”
  • Across, 51
  • Atmospheric Dust and Fumes, Prevention, 82
  • — Pollution and Alkali Works Report, 82 See also Smoke Abatement
  • Atomic Energy, Contribution of Chemistry to, 484
  • Establishments, Ventilation and Heating Problems in, 62, 89
  • Research Establishment, Harwell, 15- MeV Linear Electron Accelerator, 161*; Isotope School at, 549
  • — Weapon, British, First, Explosion of, 562* Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, Investigations on,
  • 6*
  • Auckland Harbour Bridge, Proposed, 673* Augusts Ltd., Sand-Preparation Plant at Dow- lais Foundry, 33
  • “ Auris,” M.S.; Operating Experience with 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 639 Austin Crompton Parkinson Electric Vehicles, Ltd., Electric Battery Tractor for British Railways, 690*
  • Austin Motor Co., Ltd., 78-b.h.p. Four-Wheel Drive Personnel Motor Vehicle, 467*; 1-ton Four-Wheel Drive Motor Lorry, 467* ; Motor Show Dinner, 571
  • Australia, Broken Hill Mine, Axial-Flow Mine- Ventilating Fan, 76*. See Addendum, 264
  • — Monte Bello Islands, Explosion of British
  • Atomic Weapon, 562*
  • — Plastic Deformation of Metals Researches
  • in, 784
  • — Scientific Research in, Annual Report, 764,
  • 784, 827
  • — Victoria, British Memorial Fund in, Fellow
  • ship in Industrial Research, 115
  • Australian Aeronautical Research Laboratories, Suction-Wing Glider, 350*
  • — Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial
  • Research Organisation, Nomogram for Curvature of Helical Tooth Flanks, 235*
  • Austria, Education of Engineers in, 70,117,165 Autoclave, Steam, for Vulcanising Process, 54* 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-Barford, Ltd., “ Aveling-Austin ” 100- b.h.p. Motor Grader, 597*; 4|-cub. yd. Shuttle Dumper, 597*
  • Avery, W. and T., Ltd*, Brinell and Vickers Hardness Testing Machines, 364*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • “ Avon ” Reheat Aeroplane Engine, 310*. See Krratiwn, 348
  • “ Avro 698 ” Bombing Aeroplane, 346*
  • “ Avro 707 ” Aeroplane with Delta Wing, 350* Axle, Rear, Motor-Car, for Heavy-Duty Tractor (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 500*
  • Motor-Car, for Lightweight Chassis (Transport Vehicles (Daimler), Ltd.), 436* Motor-Car Two-Speed (Eaton Axles, Ltd.), 501*
  • BABCOCK and WILCOX, LTD., Research by, 84. See LETTERS, 179, 213 ; Boilers for
  • S.S. “ Uganda,” 118
  • Bagnall, L., Ltd., 42-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined Industrial Tractor, 160*
  • Bahrein Island, Geology of, 703
  • Bailey, C. H., Ltd., Reconstruction of Barry
  • Commercial Dry Dock, 641*
  • Bailey, Dr. G. L. J., on Flow of Liquid Metals on Solid Metal Surfaces, 414
  • Baker, Prof. A. L. L., Suspended Concrete
  • Fender for Jetty, 705*
  • Baker, T., and Sons (Foundry and Engineers),
  • Ltd., Tractor-Mounted Circular Saw, 74*
  • Balancing Machine, Propeller, at Treforest Factory of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 133*
  • Ball-Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Balloch Pier, Loch Lomond, Reconstruction of, 623*
  • Bamfords, Ltd., Tractor-Mounted Swath Turner and Windrower, 73*
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors Banias-Kirkuk Oil Pipeline, Opening of. 667 Banks Air Cmdre. F. R., on Air and the Future, 799, 835
  • Barclay, A., Sons and Co., Ltd., 204-h.p. Diesel Locomotive, 250*
  • Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Uganda,” 118*
  • Barclay-Curle-Doxford 5,500 b.h.p. Diesel Engine for M.S. “ Enton,” 71
  • Barges, Aluminium-Alloy, for Belgian Congo (Thorpe Brothers (Bessborough Works), Ltd.), 269*
  • — Oil-Well Drilling, Diesel-Electric, for Vene
  • zuela (Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd.), 583*
  • Barnes Drill' Co., Hydraulic Vertical Boring Machine, 367*
  • Barr, Sir J., the Late, 502
  • Barriers, Lifting, Illuminated, for Railway Level Crossing, 703*. See LETTER, 795 Barrus, E. P. (Concessionaires), Ltd., Flute Grinding Machine, 332*
  • Barry Commercial Dry Dock, Reconstruction of, 641*
  • Bartsch, W., Hydraulic Copying Shaper, 399*
  • Barwell, Dr. F. T., on Effect of Lubrication on
  • Metallic Surfaces After Prolonged Periods of Running, 797. See 828
  • Basin, Surge, Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 619
  • Basinski, Z. S., on Transformation in Manganese-Copper Alloys, 529
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • Battersea Power -Station, Waste-Gas Treatment at, 82
  • Battery Vehicles. See. Motor Vehicles
  • Baty, J. E., and Co., Ltd., Optical Projector, 433* Baxter, G„ on Edinburgh Water Undertaking, 343
  • Beacham, T. E., on Hydrodynamic Forces on Hydraulic Piston Valves, 588*
  • Beam, Continuous, Influence Lines for Support Moments in, 230*
  • — Floor, Prestressed-Concrete, Tests of, 154*
  • — with Linear Haunches, Fixed End Mo
  • ments in, 68*. See LETTER, 381*
  • — Plotting Trajectories of Principal Stresses
  • in, 252
  • — Prestressed-Concrete, British European Air
  • ways Engineering-Base Building, 523*
  • — — Concrete, Floor, Tests of, 154*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, Stress and Strain Dis
  • tribution in, 278*. See LETTER, 381
  • Bearing, Ball and Roller, Overhaul at Treforest Factory of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 131*
  • — Lubrication of, Effect on Surface Condi
  • tions, 797, 828
  • — Thrust, Kingsbury, for 22,500-h.p. Centri
  • fugal Pumps, 463*
  • Bedplate, Marine Engine, Investigations of, Behaviour of, 755
  • Beet-Sugar Factory Electric Power Plant, Bury St. Edmunds, 710*
  • Beinn a Mheadhoin Dam, Glen Affric Hydro- Electric Scheme, 457*, 489*
  • Belfast, Ships and Shipbuilding in, 385*, 402, 417*
  • — Textile Engineering in, 509, 772
  • Belgian Congo, Aluminium-Alloy Barges for (Thorpe Brothers (Bessborough Works), Ltd.), 269*
  • — — Tin Mine, Power Generation from Hot
  • Springs at, 660*, 691*
  • —- Iron and Steel Industry, Developments in,
  • 273
  • Belgium, Education of Engineers in, 70, 116 Bell and Call Systems, Code of Practice, 15 —- X5 Aeroplane in Flight,. 353*
  • Beiliss and Morcom, Ltd., Power Generation from Hot Springs at Belgian Congo Tin Mine, 660*, 691*
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Bends, Pipe, Short-Radius, Investigations on,
  • 795
  • Bending Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Rolls, Plate. See Machine Tools
  • — Strength of Corrugated Plate, Investiga
  • tions on, 509, 609*
  • — of Strip under Tension, 232*
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Bennett, M. G., on Applications of Physics in
  • Transport, 86
  • Benson, F. W., the Late, 142
  • Benzol Plant, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 813*
  • Beresford, J., and Son, Ltd., Tractor-Mounted
  • Multi-Stage Centrifugal Pump, 74* Bergin, Dr. K. G., on Biology of Flying, 369 Berry, R„ on Electricity in Domestic Heating, 29
  • Betterton, Dr. J. O., on Equilibrium Diagrams of Copper-Gallium Alloys, 528 ; on Electron Compounds in Alloys of Copper and Silver, 528
  • Bevel Gears. See Gears
  • Bhavani River, Madras, Dam on, 777*
  • Bibby, J., Sons and Co., Ships Built at Belfast for, 386*
  • Bicentenary of “ The Philadelphia Experiment,” 114
  • Bicycles. See Cycles
  • Bill to Repeal Iron and Steel Act, 1949, 633 Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Biology of Flying, 369
  • Birlec, Ltd., Vacuum Electric Furnace, 433* Birmingham, Centenary of Snow Hill Railway Station, 470
  • — College of Technology, Courses in Work
  • Study, 571
  • Birmingham Construction Co., Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank Factory, Cleveland, Ohio, 681*
  • Birmingham Private Fire Brigades Association, Static Electricity in Industry, by R. C. Smart, 548. See LETTER, 604
  • Birmingham Tool and Gauge Co., Ltd., Strip-
  • Feeding Unit for Power Presses, 367*
  • — Waterworks, Claerwen Dam, 530*, 559*
  • Birt, Potter and Hughes, Ltd., M.S. “ Enton,” 71*
  • Bishop, R. E. D„ on Vector Method of Solving Vibration Problems, 795. See 620*, 685*, 796*; on Dynamic Vibration Absorber, 796*. See LETTER, 795
  • Bitumen-Base Filling Compounds for Electrical Purposes, Specification, 111
  • Bituminous Materials, Road Construction. See Ta.r
  • Blacker, Lieut.-Col. S., on Ten Years of R.E.M.E., 539. See 441. See LETTERS, 732, 827. See Erratum, 576
  • Blackpool Corporation, 56-Seat Single-Deck Tramcars 254*
  • Blackwood Hodge, J., and Co., Ltd., “ Carlisle ” Motor Grader, ‘596*
  • Blading for Axial-Flow Mine Ventilating Fan, 76. See Addendum, 264
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blasting Vapour, Machine, for Propellers, at Treforest Factory of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 133*
  • Blaw-Knox, Ltd., Cable Control Unit for Tractors, 595* ; 7J-cub. yd. Scraper, 595*
  • Bliss, E. W. (England), Ltd., 300-ton to 4,000-ton High-Speed Forging Presses, 159* : Gang Slitting Machine, 433*
  • Blondel Hydro-Electric Station, 571
  • Blumfield, C. V., on Combination of Shells and Prestressing, 106
  • Boat, Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Boeing “ B 47 ” Aeroplane with V-Wing, 350*
  • Bogie, Eight-Wheel, for Matisa-Manzin Track- Recording Car, 225*, 659, 766*
  • — for 56-Seat Single-Deck Tramcar, 254*
  • Boiler, Babcock and Wilcox, S.S. “ Uganda,” 118
  • — Caustic Cracking in, Programme of Sym
  • posium on, 625
  • Cracking in, Report on, 761
  • — Corrosion, Investigations on, 570
  • — Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Drum, Application of Stress Probing to, 97* 270-ton Steel Ingot for, 63*
  • — Failures, Report on, 761
  • — Feed Water. See Feed
  • Water Softening. See Water
  • — Furnaces. See Stoker
  • — Gas-Fired, Safety Cut-Off Device for
  • (T. de la Rue and Co., Ltd.), 220*
  • — in Gasworks, Types of, 804
  • — Plant, “ Concenter ” Power Station, Genoa,
  • 135*
  • 60-MW Pass-Out Power Station, Wilton Works, 830*
  • — — Tavazzano Power Station, 136
  • — at Plymouth “ B ” Power Station (Yarrow
  • and Co., Ltd.), 674
  • — Reheater, for 50-MW Turbo-Generator,
  • Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 802*, 836
  • — Waste-Heat, Improved Heat Transfer in,
  • 103. See LETTER, 275
  • Heat, Spanner “ Spiralflo,” Maple Lodge Sewage Works Power Station, 629
  • Heat, Spencer-Bonecourt, Howden-on- Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • — See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Bolivian Railways, Sulzer Locomotives for, 831*
  • Bolt, Aircraft, Chromium-Steel Wire for, Specification, 47
  • — Foundation, Concrete Boxes for (Leeson,
  • Ltd.), 266*
  • — and Nuts, Shear, for Aircraft, Specification,
  • 15
  • — Screwing Machine. See Screwing Machine
  • under Machine Tools
  • Bombing Aeroplane. See Aeroplane under Aeronautics
  • Bond, F. W., Port of Dublin Extensions, 1*, 814
  • Bone Degreasing by Chayen Cold-Rendering Process, 595
  • Books, New, Notes on, 32, 64, 128, 160, 191, 224, 255, 320, 360, 392, 424, 488, 584, 616, 680, 743, 807. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Received, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256,
  • 288, 320, 360, 392, 424, 456, 488, 520, 552, 584, 616, 648, 680, 712, 744, 776, 808
  • Bookey, Dr. J. B., on Phosphorus-Oxygen Equilibrium in Liquid Iron, 765. See 786; on Free Energies of Formation of Magnesium Phosphate, 766. See 786; on Free Energies of Formation of Calcium Phosphates, 766. See 786
  • Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Soil, Diesej-Driven, 805*
  • Boron, Addition to Steel, Methods of, 818
  • —? Grain Refinement of Aluminium-Alloy Castings by, 461
  • Bottles, Case Packer for (Lilleshall Co., Ltd.), 236*
  • Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd., Six-Channel Photographic Recorder, 625*
  • Bowden, Dr. F. P., on Friction and Deformation of Metallic Surfaces, 797. See 828
  • Boxes, Moulding, Foundry, Dimensions of, Specification, 712
  • Brake, Motor-Car, Disc, “ Hydrastatic ” (Girling, Ltd.), 540*
  • Car, Disc, Hydraulic (Lockheed Hydraulic Brake Co., Ltd.), 540*
  • Brammer, A., the Late, 344
  • Brancker, Dr. A. V., on Mould and Ingot Surface Temperature Measurement, 721; on Time Studies from Casting to Rolling, 721
  • Brass Foundry. See Foundry
  • Brassfounding Association, National, Conference on Productivity, 60
  • Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools, Ltd., Recuperative Gas-Fired Oven Furnace, 365*
  • Brazil, Matarazzo Flour Milling Co., Flour Discharge by Compressed Air, 742*
  • Brazilian Railways, Sulzer Diesel Locomotives for, 830*
  • Brazing, Flow of Liquid Metal in, 414 Breakdowns. See Accidents Bricks, Fire. See Refractories
  • Bridge, Auckland Harbour, Proposed, 673*
  • — Foot, Prestressed-Concrete, Tests of, 737
  • — Girder, Cast-Iron, Northwich, Repairs to,
  • 613
  • — over River Thames, 582
  • — Road, Callender-Hamilton, at Great
  • Yarmouth, 775*
  • — Skip, Tubular-Construction, for Blast
  • Furnace (Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd.), 722*
  • — and Structural Engineering, International
  • Association for, Fourth Congress, Cambridge, Reports of Proceedings, 275, 297, 307, 427, 493
  • — See also Culvert; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Bridges, S. N., and Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Copying
  • Attachment for Lathes, 183*
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Brisby, M. D. J., on Application of Statistics to Engineering Problems, 294*
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., “ Olympus ” Turbojet Engine, 13* ; Freighter Aircraft for Motor-Car Ferry Services, 63 ; Progress of “ Britannia” Air Liner, 166, * its Maiden Flight, 245*, 257*; English Electric “ Canberra ” Aeroplane Used as Test Bed, 309* ; “ Bristol 173 ” Helicopter, 347; Ram-Jet Test Vehicle, 347* ; Air-Conditioning Plant for “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 592*
  • Britain and United States, Iron and Steel Production in, 17
  • Britan Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Repetition Lathe, 479*
  • “ Britannia ” Bristol Air Liner, 166*, 245*, 257*
  • “ Britannic,” M.S., 1930, 9,250-h.p. Diesel Engine of, 418*
  • “ Britannic,” S.S., 1914, 417*
  • British Aircraft Constructors, Society of, Flying Display and Static Exhibition, Farnborough Aerodrome, 179, 309*, 343, 346*

British Association :

  • Belfast Meeting:
  • Programme, 211
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 305, 335
  • Presidential Address by Prof. A. V. Hill on Ethical Dilemma of Science, 310, 356. See 305, 33.5
  • Section A (Mathematics and Physics):
  • Presidential Address by Prof. A. M. Tyndall on Some British Contributions to Experimental Physics, 487, 547. See 305
  • Section R (Chemistry):
  • Presidential Address by Prof. W. Wardlaw on Advancing Front of Chemistry, 484, 517
  • Section C (Geology):
  • Presidential Address by Dr. J. E. Richey on Geological Research and Its Practical Application, 702, 738
  • Section F (Economics):
  • Presidential Address by Prof. D. T. Jack on Full Employment in Retrospect, 377. See 306. See LETTERS, 508, 604, 700
  • Section G (Engineering):
  • Presidential Address by Sir B. Lock- speiser on Progress in Aeronautical' Science and Engineering, 317*, 357*. See 402
  • Reports of Discussions, 369, 401, 445, 508 The Shape of Wings to Come, by D. Keith-Lucas, 349*. See 402
  • Future Development of Flying-Boat Air Liner, by H. Knowler, 451*, 485*. See 402
  • Servo-Mechanisms in Aircraft, by F. W. Meredith, 481*, 515*. See 508
  • Servo-Mechanisms in Ships, by Lieut.- Cmdr. J. R. D. Walker, 706* See 508.
  • Vibrated Concrete, by D. A. Stewart, 313*, 354*. See 401
  • Calculation of Transmission-Line Constants, by Prof. R. O. Kapp, 315. See 401. See Errata, 380
  • Ships and Shipbuilding at Belfast, by Dr. D. Rebbeck, 385*-, 417*. See 402
  • Training of Chemical Engineers, by Prof.
  • D. M. Newit.t, 388. See 44'5
  • Chemical Engineer in Industry, by Dr.
  • E. H. T. Hoblyn, 455. See 445
  • Analysis of Statically-Indeterminate Structures by Complementary- Energy Method, by T. M. Charlton, 389*. See 509
  • Effect of Shot Peening on Fatigue Life of Steel, by Dr. A. G. H. Coombs, 545*, 580*. See 509
  • Textile Engineering, by A. V. Pringle, 771. See 509
  • Bending Strength of Corrugated Plate, by J. B. Caldwell, 609*. See 509
  • Visits and Excursions, 402, 446, 509
  • Joint Session with Section-1 (Physiology):
  • Biology of Flying, by Dr. K. G. Bergin, 369 Physiological Problems of High-Performance Military Aircraft, by Group- Capt. W. K. Stewart, 369
  • Engineering Problems of Conditioning Aircraft for Human Occupation and Control, by D. G. A. Rendel, 369
  • Skill and the Airman, by Dr. W. B. Hick, 369
  • British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education, Communication Training Centre Meeting, 539
  • — Atomic Weapon, First, Explosion of, 562*
  • — Broadcasting Corporation, Kirk o’ Shotts
  • Television Station, 204* ; Wenvoe Television Transmitting Station, 249*; Annual Report, 443
  • — Cast Iron Research Association, Laboratory
  • Extensions at Bordesley Hall, 53*; Annual Report, 643
  • British Coke Research Association, Investigation on Size Distribution of Coke in Blast Furnaces, 805*, 838*
  • — Collieries, Mechanisation in, 61, 93
  • — Columbia, Lake Kootenay, 10,656-ft.
  • Span Transmission Line Across, 454*
  • — Commonwealth and Empire Lecture on
  • Maintaining Airworthiness in Operation, by R. E. Hardingham, 551
  • — Contribution to Experimental Physics,
  • 487, 547
  • — Electrical and Allied Manufacturers Asso
  • ciation, “ Beama Catalogue ” Luncheon, 731
  • — -— Development Association Industrial
  • Productivity Conference, 602
  • British Electrical Power Convention :
  • Bournemouth Meeting:
  • Inaugural Proceedings 29 Reports of Proceedings, 18, 29, 59 Presidential Address by P. V. Hunter on Organisation of Electrical Industry,
  • 29. See 18
  • Annual Dinner, 60
  • Cooking, Water Heating and Comfort Heating Loads of Integrated Electricity Supply System, by R. Y. Sanders, 29. See LETTER, 84
  • Domestic Electric Water Heating, by C. H. Smith, 29
  • Electric Cooking and Its Advantages, by J. A. Fraser, 30
  • Electricity in Domestic Heating, by R. Berry, 30
  • High Performance Dielectrics with Special Reference to Power Factor Correction Capacitators, by Dr. R. S. Vincent,
  • 30. See 18
  • Research in Electrical Industry, by Sir A. P. M. Fleming, 30. See 18.
  • Co-operative Research in Electrical Industry, by Dr. ,S. Whitehead, 31. See 18
  • Research in Electricity Supply Industry, by.Dr. J. S. Forrest, 31. See 18 Nature of Research in Electrical. Manufacturing Industry, by Dr. K. J. R. Wilkinson, 31. See 18
  • Researches into Some Problems Associated with Steam Generation, by W. F. Simonson, 59. See 18
  • Some Aspects of Research in Cable Making Industry, by E. L. Davey, 59. See 18
  • Influence of Research on Electric Lamp Industry, by Dr. J. N. Aldington, 59. See 18
  • British Electricity Authority, Upper Boat Power Station, South Wales, 85*. See LETTER, 213 ; Future Developments and Projects, 190; Statistics of Electricity Consumed, 201, 275, 411, 539 ; 15,000-kW Gas Turbine and Alternator, 216* ; Operation of Public and Private Supply Systems, 230; Developments in Productivity by, 298 ; 15-MW Gas-Turbine Alternators, 335* ; Work at Residential Training Centres, 400; Annual Report and Statement of Accounts, 473; Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 571, 802*, 836 ; Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 674* British Engine, Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co., Ltd., Technical Report, 761
  • — European Airways Annual Report, 507 ;
  • Engineering-Base Building for, 521*, 556* ; Operating Statistics, 773
  • • — French Joint Television Programmes, 31, 45 British Glues and Chemicals, Ltd., Cold Rendering of Fats from Cellular Material, 595
  • — Hydromechanics Research Association,
  • Work of. 477
  • British India Steam Navigation Co., S.S. “ Uganda,” 118*
  • — Industries, Federation of. See Federation British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd.,
  • Television-Camera Cables, 94* ; Cables for Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649
  • British Insulated Callender’s Construction Co.. Ltd., Masts for Wenvoe Televison Transmitting Station, 249*
  • — Internal Combustion Engine Manufac
  • turers’ Association, Report by, 233
  • — Iron and Steel Federation, on Future Low-
  • Shaft Blast Furnaces, 248
  • and Steel Research Association, Torquemeter for Industrial Applications, 20*, 36* ; Measurement of Strip Tension in Tandem M'lls, 232*, 262* ; Productivity Conference, 612
  • — Memorial Fund in Victoria, Australia,
  • Fellowship in Industrial Research, 115
  • — Navy. See H.M. under Worships
  • — Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association,
  • Investigations on Substitutes for Nickel. Plating, 640
  • — Overseas Airways Corporation, Overhaul
  • Base for Aircraft Engines and Propellers, 129* ; “ Britannia ” Air Liner, 166*,
  • 245*, 257*; Annual Report, 410;
  • Operating Statistics, 773; Report on Accident to “ Comet ” Air Liner, 826
  • British Oxygen Co., Ltd., Argon-Arc Spot Welder. 807*
  • — Productivity Council, Proposed Formation,
  • 341
  • — Railways, Locomotive Testing at Swindon,
  • 25* ; Frequency Conversion on Southern Region Line, 53; British Transport Commission’s Annual Report, 81; Train Derailment at Polesworth, Report on, 85 Research Department, Work of, 86; Investigations on Railway-Curve Design, 221; M.S. “ Cambria,” 418* ; Opening- Out of Brotherton Railway Tunnel, 447* ; Centenary of Snow Hill Station, 470; Harrow-Wealdstone Accident Inquiry, 507; Euston Station Power-Operated Signal Box, 513* ; Repairs to Cast-Iron Bridge Girder at Northwich, 613; Reconstruction of Balloch Pier, 623* ; Multiple-Unit Diesel Trains for, 635 ; The Railways and the Transport Bill, 665. See LETTER, 732; Electric-Battery
  • Tractor for, 690*; Illuminated Lifting Barriers for Level Crossing, 703*. See LETTER, 795 ; Railway-Track Recording by, 766*; Liverpool Street-Shenfleld Electrification, Overhead Equipment, 819 " British Scientific Instrument Research Association . Laboratories of, 659*
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • — Standards Institution. See Standards
  • — Steel Founders’ Association, Productivity
  • Conference, 793
  • British Steel Piling Co., Ltd.. Portable Pile Driver, 626*; Diesel-Operated Pile Driver, 626*
  • — Sugar Corporation, Power Plant at Bury
  • St. Edmunds Factory, 710*
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Summer School in Electrical Engineering, 147; Summer School, Electrical Training and Future Developments, by Sir J. Hacking, 190; Gearbox and Electromagnetic Couplings for M.S. “ Surrey.” 299* ; Electrical Equipment for “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 430* ; 1,200-h.p. Gas
  • Turbine in M.S. “ Auris,” 639 ; Electric Light Fittings for Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649* ; British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., versus Watson, Legal Decision on, 763
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Transport Commission, Annual Report, 81
  • — Waterworks Association, Edinburgh Con
  • ference, Presidential Address by A. Wallace, on Public Water Supply, 343 ; Edinburgh Water Undertaking, by G. Baxter, 343
  • — Welding Research Association, Investiga
  • tion on Stresses in Drumheads of Cylindrical Vessels, 40* ; Annual Report, 83; Report on Stresses in Welded Pressure Vessels, 97*; Fatigue-Testing Laboratory, Abington, 12*. See Errata, 158; Investigations on Short-Radius Pipe Bends, 795
  • Broaching Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Broken Hill Mine, Australia, Axial-Flow Mine Ventilating Fan, 76*. See Addendum, 264 Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd., Four-Roll Plate- Bending Machine, 140*
  • Bronze and Brass Founders, Association of, Conference on Productivity, 60
  • Brooke, L., the Late, 502
  • Brooks, Ltd., Fan-Cooled Totally-Enclosed Electric Motor, 399*
  • Brotherton Railway Tunnel, Opening-Out of, 447*
  • Brown Brothers and Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Equipment, 711, 742
  • Brown, D., and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., Five-Speed Gearbox, 501*
  • Brown, D., Machine Tools, Ltd., Master Screw-Cutting Machine with Corrector Bar, 193* ; 72-in. Gear-Hobbing Machine, 193* ; Spline Hobbing Machine, 333*
  • Brown, D., Tractors, Ltd., “Cropmaster” 34-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined Tractor, 42* ; “ Horn-draulic ” Loader for “ Cropmaster” Tractor, 42* ; One-Way Plough for “ Cropmaster ” Tractor, 42* ; “ Teasdale” Folding Harrow, 42* ; Narrow-Track Tractor, 43* ; 50-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined Tractor with Blaw-Knox Angle Dozer, 573* ; 18-kVA Portable Generating Set, 573* ; “ Cropmaster ” 31-b.h.p. Diesel- Engined Agricultural Tractor, 725; Tractor-Mounted “ Sapper ” Rear Grader. 725*
  • Brown, J., and Co., Ltd., New Royal Yacht, 699; 700-kW Waste-Heat Gas Turbine, 740*
  • Browne, E. H., on Mechanisation in British Collieries, 61, 93
  • Brun <fc Co., Self-Erecting Tower Crane, 125* Brunel, I. K., Re-erection of Memorial Window to, 732
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., High- Voltage Laboratory, 172* ; 652-kW
  • Electric Generator for Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 701*; 300-Ampere High
  • Rupturing Capacity Fuse, 744*; Pnru- mo-Hydraulic Mechanism for Circuit Breakers, 769*
  • B. S.A. Single-Spindle Automatic Screw Machine, 400*
  • Buckrake, Tractor-Mounted (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 724*
  • Building, Engineering-Base, for British European Airways, 521*, 556*
  • — Liverpool College of,’ Gas-Fired Pipe-
  • Bending Hearth, 644*
  • — Materials, Economy of, Report on, 177
  • — Modular Co-ordination in, 768
  • — Practice, Modern, Acoustics in (Review), 588
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, Design of and British
  • Standard Codes (Review), 748
  • — Research Station, Exhibits at Public
  • Works Exhibition, 574
  • — Steelwork in (Review), 227
  • — Structure in (Review), 227
  • Bunkers, Coal and Coke, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 810*
  • Bure, River, Callender-Hamilton Road Bridge Over, 775*
  • Buried Articles, Corrosion Inhibition by Tannates, 827
  • Burner. Oil Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Burnerd, F., and Co., Ltd., Tool Post with Interchangeable Holders, 480*
  • Burning Appliances, Solid-Fuel, Standard Glossary of Terms Used for, 79
  • Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., Maag Bevel-Gear Testing Machine, 399* ; Maag Bevel Gear Grinding Machine, 400* ; B.S.A. SingleSpindle Automatic Screw Machine, 400* Bury St. Edmunds Beet-Sugar Factory Electric Power Plant, 710*
  • Bushing Co., Ltd., 275/300-kV Re-Entrant Transformer Bushing, 488*
  • Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Spiral-Electric Planing Machine, 326* ; Precision Tool- Room Slotting Machine, 326* ; Prototype 26-in. Shaping Machine, 326*
  • Buxton, Chemical Works Safety Conference,
  • Proceedings (Review), 342
  • — Training Centre for Electricity-Supply Employees, 400
  • CABARAT, R., on Thermo-Elastic Analysis of Transformations in Copper Alloys, 528
  • Cable Control Unit for Tractors (Blaw-Knox, Ltd.), 595*
  • — See also Electric
  • Cableway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Caisson for Barry Commercial Dry Dock. 642*
  • — Concrete, Port of Dublin Extensions, 814* Calcium Phosphates, Free Energies of Formation of, 766, 786
  • Calcutta, India, Pipe-Fabrication Works of Stewarts and Lloyds of India, Ltd., 267* Calder, Dr. P. H., on Heat Transfer in Nozzle at Supersonic Speeds, 281*
  • Caldwell, A., the Late, 795
  • Caldwell, J. B., on Bending Strength of Corrugated Plate, 609*. See 509
  • California, Central Valley Project, 4*, 38*. 425*, 463*
  • — Glendale, Applied Research Laboratories,
  • “ Quantometer,” 53*
  • Call and Bell Systems, Code of Practice, 15
  • Callender-Hamilton Road Bridge Over River Bure, 775*
  • Calumet and Hecla Story: Red Metal (Review), 196
  • Calverton Colliery, Opening of, 411, 447* “ Cambria,” M.S., Cross-Channel, 1949, 418* Cambridge, Fourth International Congress for Bridge and Structural Engineering, Reports of Proceedings, 275, 297, 307, 427, 493
  • — University Engineering Department Build
  • ings, 669*
  • Camera, Television, Cables for (British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd.), 94*
  • Cameron, E., the Late, 438
  • Canada, Niagara Falls Hydro-Electric Developments, 687*
  • Canadian Government, St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 549*, 612
  • — Iron and Steel Industry, Developments, 273 Canal, Great Lakes and River St. Lawrence,
  • 549*, 612
  • — for Lower Bhavani Irrigation Scheme, 777*
  • — Motor Boat, of High-Tensile Steel (Harland
  • and Wolff, Ltd.), 256*
  • — for Niagara Falls Hydro-Electric Develop-'
  • ments, 687*
  • — Panama, Annual Report, 83
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Canberra ” Aeroplane Used as Test Bed, 309*
  • “ Canberra B ” Jet Bomber, Double Atlantic Crossing by 275
  • Canopy, Protective, Gatehead, for Collieries, 785*
  • Cantilever Cranes. See Cranes
  • Canvey Island, Oil-Storage Tanks at, 801
  • Canvin, S. D.> Extensions to Glasgow Water Supply, 119
  • Cape Verde Islands, Under-Sea Oil Pipeline at, 689
  • “ Capetown Castle,” M.S., 1938, Diesel Engines of, 418*
  • Capstan Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Cars, Charging, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks. 811*
  • — Motor. See Motor Cars
  • — Rail. See Carriages, Railway
  • — Transfer, for Solid Railway-Wheel Forge,
  • 715*
  • Carbonising Plant, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 809*
  • Carburetted Water Gas. See Gas
  • Carburettor Test House at Treforest Factory of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 132*
  • C ard, M., on Sludge from Maple Lodge Sewage Works, 411. See 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 476
  • Cardiff, Welsh Industries Fair, 275
  • Cargo, Bulk, in Ships, Loader for Trimming (Merton Engineering Co., Ltd.), 676*
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • “ Carlisle ” Motor Grader, 596*
  • Carnegie Institution of Washington, Annual Report of Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (Review), 652
  • “ Caronia,” S.S., Atlantic Liner, 604
  • Carriage, Railway, 250-h.p., Diesel-Driven, British Railways, 635
  • “ Matisa-Mauzin ” Track Recording, 225*, 659, 766*
  • — — Railcars, Diesel-Driven, Developments
  • by Sulzer Brothers, 830*
  • — — Railcars, Relative Value of, 421, 453
  • Case Packer for Bottles (Lilleshall Co., Ltd.) 236*
  • Cast-Iron Industry, Progress in. 546
  • — — Research Association, British, Labora
  • tory Extensions at Bordesley Hall, 53* ; Annual Report, 643
  • Spheroidal-Graphite Production by Magnesium Process, 731
  • Casting, Aluminium-Alloy, Symposium, 719
  • — Light Alloy, Treatment with Ultrasonic
  • Soldering Iron, 647
  • Castle, T. G., on Wormgear Ratios, 636
  • Catalogues. See Trade Publications
  • Catalytic Cracking Plant, Coryton Oil Refinery, 334
  • Catapults for Launching Aircraft, Hydraulic Equipment for, 711
  • Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor
  • Caulfield, P., and Co., Ltd., Reconstruction of Balloch Pier, 623*
  • Caustic Cracking in Steam Boilers, Report, 761 in Steam Boilers, Symposium on, Programme, 625
  • Cavitation and Propeller Design, 734
  • Ceiling Lights, Accessible Mounting for (Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd.), 288* Cells. See Electric
  • Cellophane Printing, Hazards Due to Static
  • Electricity, 548. See LETTER, 604
  • Cellular Material, Cold Rendering of Fats from, 595
  • Celluloid Models, Stress Determination by.
  • See Photo-Elastic
  • Cement, Chemistry of, International Symposium, Programme, 243 ; Proceedings, 379

Cement and Concrete Association :

  • Tests of Prestressed-Concrete Foot Bridge 737
  • Symposium on Concrete Roof Construction : Reports of Proceedings, 55, 75*, 104*, 186* Domes, Vaults and Development of Shell Roofing, by L. M. De Syllas, 55
  • Various Forms of Shell Roofing and their Application, by E. D. Mills, 55
  • Architectural Problems of Shell Roofing, by E. L. Gale, 55, 75
  • Existing Methods for Analysis of Concrete Shell Roofs, by J. J. McNamee, 75*,
  • 104
  • Flexibility Coefficient Methods and their Application, to Shell Designs, by A. Goldstein, 105*
  • Research on Shells, by Dr. P. B. Morice,
  • 105
  • Theory of New Forms of Shells, by R. S. Jenkins, 106
  • Combination of Shells and Prestressing, by C. V. Blumfield, 106
  • Design and Construction from Economic Aspect, by H. G. Cousins, 186
  • Construction of Skelton Grange Power Station and Factory at King’s Lynn, by H. E. Manning, 186
  • Formwork Used on Factory at Greenford, by H. F. Rosevear, 186*
  • Travelling Formwork Used on Sheds at Antwerp, by A. Paduart, 187*
  • Cement. See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cementation Co., Ltd., Grouting Work for Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 491*
  • Centenary of American Society of Civil Engineers, 345*, 369, 444
  • — Exhibition, Ramsay, Science Museum, 475
  • — of Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 401*
  • — North of England Institute of Mining and
  • Mechanical Engineers, 243, 307, 438
  • — of Patent Office, 829
  • — of Snow Hill Railway Station, 420
  • — See also Bicentenary
  • Central Valley Project, California, 4*, 38*, 425*, 463*
  • Centrifugal Pumps. See Pumps
  • Centring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Ceylon Government Railway, 1,000-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 700*
  • Chains, Automatic Lubricator for (Snowden, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 518*
  • — Track Tractor. See Tractor
  • “ Challenger ” Mark 4 Crawler Tractor, 596* Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd., Thermal- Protection Relays for Electric Motors, 757 * Chamberlain Industries, Ltd., “ Staffa ” King- Pin Remover, 31* ; Bending Attachment for Thin-Walled Steel Tubes, 96*
  • Chambers, Dr. R. G., on High-Frequency Surface Resistance of Metals, 689. See 750
  • Chandos Engineering Co., Ltd., Space Heating by Gas, 767 *. See Errata, 797
  • — Gasanair Cabinet Heater, 767*. See
  • Errata, 797
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Channel, English, Projected Cable Across, 190 Charging Cars, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 811*
  • Charlton, T. M., on Analysis of Statically- Indeterminate Structures by Complementary-Energy Methods, 389*. See 509
  • Charts, Nomographic (Review), 781
  • — Ranges for Temperature Recording Instru
  • ments, Specification, 47
  • Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd., 3-cub. yd., 53-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined Dumper, 835*
  • Chaslin, D., Ltd., Control Tower at Luton Airport, 443
  • Chayen Process for Cold Rendering of Fats, 595 Chelsea Water Company, History of, 605, 622 Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
  • — Behaviour of Metals, Influence of Surfaces,
  • 689, 750
  • — Engineer in Industry, 445, 455 Training of, 388, 445, 455
  • — Industry, Growth of, 518
  • Society of, Symposium on Caustic Cracking in Steam Boilers, Programme, 625
  • — Research Laboratory, Work of, 415;
  • Underground-Corrosion, Inhibition by Tannates, 827
  • — Works, Chief Inspector’s Annual Report, 82
  • Safety Conference, Buxton, Proceedings
  • (Review), 342
  • Chemistry, Advancing Front of, 484, 517
  • — of Cement, International Symposium on,
  • Programme, 243 ; Proceedings, 379
  • — Physical, Laboratory, Fulmer Research
  • Institute, 514*
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 570 Industrial, in Australia, 765, 784
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cheshire Engineering Co., Ltd., “ Express ” Loading Shovel, 627* ; “ Highway ”
  • Earth-Boring Machine, 627; Petrol- Driven Trench Digger, 627*; “Webslight ” Road Signs, 627
  • Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, Centennial of American Engineering, 345*, 369, 444
  • Chicago Pump Co., Pumps for Effluent- Treatment Plant at Tank Factory, Cleveland, Ohio, 681*
  • Chingford to Hampton 75-in. Water Main, 709 Chlorine Feeder for Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank Factory, 684*
  • Christen Sensitive Drilling Machine, 365* Christian, Dr. J. W., on Transformation in
  • Manganese-Copper Alloys, 529
  • Chromate Solution, Effect on Metal Surfaces, 689, 750
  • Chung, Dr. S. Y., on Re-drawing of Cylindrical Shells, 763
  • Churchill, C., and Co., Ltd., 23-in. Swing Centre Lathe, 479*
  • Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd., “Fulcro- Sizer ” Plain Grinding Machine, 328* ; 36-in. by 168-in. Plain Grinding Machine, 328*
  • Churchill Medal, Award to Air Commodore Sir F. Whittle, 475
  • Cibula, A., on Grain Refinement of Aluminium- Alloy Castings, 461
  • C. I.M.A. Automatic Universal Gear Hobber, 331*
  • Cincinnati Milling Machines, Ltd., Dual-Power Milling Machines, 434*
  • Circular Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools Circulating Pumps. See Pumps
  • City and Guilds College, London, Lectures on Nuclear Reaction, 115
  • of London Institute, Training for Industry Exhibition, 603 ; Annual Report, 732
  • Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • — Engineers, American Society of, Centenary Celebrations, Chicago, 345*, 369, 444

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Introduction of Graduate Class of Membership, 71
  • Recent Developments in Railway Curve Design, by J. C. Loach and M. G. Maycock, 221
  • Memorandum on Construction and Equipment of Dry Docks, 343
  • Presidential Address, by H. F. Cronin, on Water Supply of London, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • Civil Engineering in British Collieries, 93
  • — — Contractors’ Plant (Review), 747
  • Use of Plastics in, 666, 701, 770. See LETTER, 764
  • — — Problems and Geological Research, 738 Claerwen Dam, Birmingham Waterworks, 530,
  • 559*
  • “ Clan Alpine,” Riveted Cargo Ship, Longitudinal Strength of, 449, 466, 483
  • Clarifier for Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank Factory, 683
  • Clark, L. J., on Steam and Power in G'as Industry, 804
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 270-ton Steel Ingot for Boiler Drum, 63*
  • Clarke, Dr. S. G., on Corrosion by Retained Treatment Chemicals on Phosphated Steel Surfaces, 646
  • Clauses, Time, in Engineering Contracts, 442 Claxton, O. C., the Late, 206
  • Clays, Fire. See Refractories
  • Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Co., Ltd., Auckland Harbour Bridge, 673*
  • — and Northern Counties, Notes from, 14, 46,
  • 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 338, 374, 406, 438, 470, 502, 534, 566, 598, 630, 662, 694, 726, 758, 790, 822. See PARAGRAPH INDEX.
  • — Ohio, Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank
  • Factory, 681*
  • Clifton and Baird, Ltd., High-Speed Cold- Sawing Machine, 331*
  • Climate. See Meteorological
  • Clinker and Ash in Industry, Conference on, 307 Clocks at Royal Observatories, 624
  • — and Timing Systems, Code of Practice, 15 Clonast Bog, Ireland, Peat Winning at, 22 Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal Consumption by British Railways, 453
  • — Dust, Fine, Weight of, Deposited on
  • Filter Papers, 101
  • See also Dwst, Coal
  • — Economy. See Fuel; Pulverised, Coal
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Germanium in, 517
  • — Handling Plant, Howden-on-Tyne Gas
  • works, 810*
  • — Mine. See Colliery
  • — Production in Great Britain, 50
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Research in Australia, 784
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coalfield Geology, Growth of, 702
  • Coast Erosion and Protection: Causes ana Remedies (Review), 100
  • Research by Hydraulics Research Board, 825
  • Coates, R. C., on Fixed End Moment in Beams with Linear Haunches, 68*. See LETTER, 381* ; on Influence Lines for Support Moments in Continuous Beams, 230*
  • Coating Diffusion in Metal Surfaces, 689, 750
  • — Phosphate, on Steel, Corrosion under, 646 Cobb, J., the Late, 443
  • Cochrane, J., and Sons, Ltd., Glen Affric Hydro- Electric Scheme, 457*, 489*, 507*, 553*
  • Cock, C. M., on Motive Power for Railways, 421*, 453
  • Codes of Practice, Standard. See Standards
  • Cofferdam for Dock Reconstruction, Sunderland, 526*
  • — Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 459
  • Coke in Blast Furnaces, Size-Distribution of, 805*, 838*
  • — Consumption in Blast Furnaces, Statistics,
  • 242
  • — Handling Plant, Howden-on-Tyne Gas
  • works, 811*
  • — Ovens, Hawarden Bridge Steelworks, Shot
  • ton, 215*
  • — Research Association, British, Investiga
  • tions on Size Distribution of Coke in Blast Furnaces, 805*, 838*
  • Cold Saw. See Machine Tools
  • Coles, B. R., on Equilibrium Diagrams of Nickel-Manganese Alloys, 520
  • Coles, G., Fatigue-Testing Laboratory, Abington, 12*. See Errata, 158
  • Coles Mobile Cargo Crane (Steels Engineering Products, Ltd.), 185*
  • College. See Education
  • CoUett, C. B., the Late, 274, 308*
  • Collieries, British, Mechanisation in, 61, 93
  • — Calverton, Opening of, 411, 447*
  • — Dust in, Gravimetric Sampling of, 228*
  • — Electrical Plant, Report on, 178
  • — Use of Fireproof Conveyor Belting in, 147
  • — Gatehead Protective Canopy for, 785*
  • — National Coal Board’s Annual Report, 50 —- Training for Management in, 539
  • — See also Mines and Coal
  • Collinson, G. R., the Late, 630
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colne Valley Sewerage Board, Sewage Treatment at Maple Lodge Sewage Works, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 476; Maple Lodge Power Plant, 628*
  • Columns, Calculations for Critical Loading of Struts, 180*, 202. See Erratum, 319
  • — and Lantern, Street-Lighting, Concrete
  • (Crompton and Parkinson, Ltd.), 486*
  • — Multiply-Loaded and Continuously-Loaded
  • Strut, Calculation for, 180,* 202. See Erraiwjn, 319
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, British European Air
  • ways Engineering-Base Building, 523*
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests- (Materials)
  • Combustion Chamber for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 336*
  • Combustion Engineering Co., Inc., Boiler Plant for Italian Power Stations, 135*
  • — System for Supersonic Heat Transfer Inves
  • tigation, 281*
  • — See also Fuel; Gases
  • “ Comet ” Series 3 Air Liner, 507
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, de Havilland, Design of, 735
  • “ Comet ” Air Liner, Accident to in Rome, 826 “ Comet 90 ” Tractor, 413*
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Commercial Motor Cars. See Motor Commonwealth. See Australia
  • Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Complementary Energy Method, Analysis of Statically-Indeterminate Structures by, 389*, 509
  • Compressed Air, Flour Discharge by (H. Tolle- mache and Co., Ltd.), 742*
  • Plant, Maple Lodge Sewage Works Power Station, 629*
  • Supply, British European Airways Engineering Base, 557.*
  • — — Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Gas Cylinders. See Gas
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Computation, Automatic, of Railway Train Schedules (A. J. Amsler <fe Co.), 717*
  • “ Concenter ” Power Station, Genoa, 135*
  • Concrete Boxes for Foundation Bolts (Leeson, Ltd.), 266*
  • — Caissons, Port of Dublin Extensions, 814*
  • ?— Dam, Claerwen, 530*, 559*
  • Concrete Development Co., Ltd., Prestressed- Concrete Beams for British European Airways Engineering-Base Building, 523*
  • Concrete, Ltd., Tests of Prestressed Concrete Floor Boards, 154*
  • — Mixer, 3/2 cub.-ft. (Winget, Ltd.), 573* Truck (Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.), 628* .-— — Weigh-Batching (Winget, Ltd.), 573*
  • — Prestressed, Floor Beams, Tests of, 154*
  • — — Foot Bridge, Tests of, 737
  • Use in Shell Haven Oil Refinery Jetty, 705*
  • — Reinforced, Design of Buildings and British
  • Standard Codes (Review), 748
  • Standards, for Conductors, Paris-Lyons Railway, 655*
  • Structure, Inelastic, Deformation in Relation to Ultimate Strength, 276*. See LETTER, 381
  • — Reinforcement, Investigations on, 354*,
  • 401
  • — Research in Australia, 764
  • — Roads (Review), 684
  • — Shell Roof Construction, Symposium on,
  • 55, 75*, 104*, 186*
  • — Street-Lighting Column and Lantern
  • (Crompton and Parkinson, Ltd.), 486*
  • — Structures, Plain, Reinforced and Pre
  • stressed, Properties and Problems of, 493
  • — Technology, Developments in, 313*, 354*.
  • See 401
  • — Walls for Dry Docks, Sunderland, 525*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Concreting Plant, Mullardoch Dam, 459 Conductors. See Electric
  • Conduit, Flexible Steel, and Adaptors, for Electric Cables, Specification, 725
  • Conference, American, British, Canadian (A.B.C.), on Unification of Engineering Standards, Report. 306
  • — on Ash and Clinker in Industry, 307
  • — on Brass Foundry Productivity, 60
  • — and Exhibition, Association of Public
  • Lighting Engineers, Programme, 71, 307
  • — and Exhibitions, Forthcoming, 119, 279,
  • 415, 575, 703, 832
  • — Industrial Physics, Glasgow. See Physics,
  • Institute of
  • Research, New York, Report on Training of Personnel in Industrial Research, 177
  • — Lucknow, on Power Alcohol from Vegetable
  • Waste, 699
  • — National Smoke Abatement Society, Ports
  • mouth, 443
  • — Productivity, of British Electrical Develop
  • ment Association, 602
  • British Iron and Steel Research Association, 612
  • British Steel Founders’ Assocation, 793
  • — Safety, Chemical Works, Buxton, Proceed
  • ings (Review), 342
  • — — Footwear in Industry, 379
  • — Scientific Information, Royal Society’s,
  • 1948) Results of, 403
  • — on Training for Ironfounding, Report, 475
  • — World Power, Future Programmes, 475
  • Congo, Belgian, Aluminium-AUoy Barges for (Thorpe Brothers (Bessborough Works, Ltd.), 269*
  • — — Tin Mine, Power Generation from Hot
  • Springs at, 660*, 691*
  • Congress and Exhibition, Public Works and Municipal Services, Olympia, 143, 573*, 595*, 626*
  • — Fourth International, for Bridge and Struc
  • tural Engineering, Cambridge, Reports of Proceedings, 275, 297, 307, 427, 493
  • — International, on Rheology, Oxford, 1953,
  • Arrangements for, 266
  • — — Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,
  • Istanbul, 344
  • Conservation of coal. See FweZ; Pulverised Coal
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pulverised Coat'
  • Constants, Transmission Line, Calculation of, 315, 401. See Errata, 380
  • Contour Projector, Kodak (G. E. Marbaix, Ltd.), 367*
  • Contractors’ Plant, Civil Engineering (Review), 747
  • Control Arrangements, Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 650
  • — Automatic, of Industrial Processes, 87
  • — Desk for 15-MW Gas-Turbine Alternator,
  • 337*
  • —for Railway Signalling at Ealing Broadway Station, 737*
  • — Gear, Remote Control, for Netherlands
  • State Railways Substations, 219*
  • — and Measurement of Temperature in Indus
  • try (Review), 35
  • — Orders, Ministry of Supply. See also Indus
  • tries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Room, Boiler, “ Concenter ” Power Station-
  • Genoa,136*
  • — — Fasnakyle Hydro-Electric Plant, 554*
  • — — 60-MW Pass-Out Power Station at Wil
  • ton Works, 830*
  • for Solid Railway-Wheel Forge, 713* 752*
  • • Tavazzano Power Station, 136*
  • — Tower, Luton Airport, 443
  • Contracts, 28, 96,111, 159, 192, 206, 239, 285, 303, 339, 392, 456, 551 ,581, 648, 714, 776 808. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Engineering, Time Clauses in, 442
  • Controller and Recorder pH, Continuous (G. Kent, Ltd.), 451*.
  • Conveyor, “ Air-Slide,” for Powdered Materials (Doulton and Co., Ltd.), 88
  • — Belt, in Mines, Accidents with, 178
  • — Belting, Firepoof, for Coal Mines, 147
  • “ Conway ” By-Pass Aeroplane Engine, 538 Cook, Dr. M., on Wrought Copper-Aluminium- Nickel-Iron Alloys, 414
  • Cooking, Electric, and Power Supply, 29. See LETTER,84
  • — by Solar Radiation, 601, 607
  • Coolant, Magnetic Separator for, 60
  • Cooling Curves, Alloys. See MetaZZwyy
  • — of Rimming Steel Ingots in Casting Pit, 721
  • — Tower, Reinforced-Concrete, Howden-on-
  • Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • Coombs, A. G. H„ Dr., on Effect of Shot Peening on Fatigue Life of Steel, 545*, 580*. See 509
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass; Bronze; Gunmetal ; and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Copper Co., Calumet and Hecla, Story of (Review), 196
  • Corby Works of Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Resistance-Welded Tube Products, 65* pore Wall, Reinforced-Concrete, for Dam, Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 586* Corlett, Dr. E. C. B., on Fire Protection in Passenger Ships, 690
  • Corrosion Apparatus, Continuous, at Swinden Laboratories, Rotherham, 151*
  • — of Buried Articles, Inhibition by Tannates,
  • 827
  • — Investigations by Chemistry Research
  • Board, 570
  • — of Steel under Phosphated Coatings, 646
  • — Testing, Methods of, Report on, 646 Corrugated Plate, Bending Strength of, Investigations on, 509, 609*
  • Corrugating Machine. See Machine Tools Coryton Oil Refinery of Vacuum Oil Co., 334* Couplings, Electromagnetic, and Gearbox, for
  • M.S. “Surrey” (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 299*
  • Cousins, H. G., on Construction of Shell Roofing from Economic Aspect, 186
  • Coventry Gasworks, Waste-Heat Gas Turbine Plant at, 740*
  • Coventry Gauge and Tool Co., Ltd., High-Speed Gear-Grinding Machine, 479*
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insulation
  • Cowan, Dr. H. J., on Inelastic Deformation of Reinforced Concrete, 276*. See LETTER, 381
  • Cracking, Caustic, in Boilers, Report on, 761
  • — — in Boilers, Programme of Svmposium,
  • 625
  • — Plant, Catalytic, Coryton Oil Refinery, 334 Crankshaft Fillets, Cold Rolling of, 164*
  • Crane, Cargo, 3-ton, Mobile, Electrically- Operated (Steels Engineering Products, Ltd.), 185*
  • — Equipment, Port of Dublin, 2
  • — Gantry, 100-ton, Tracy Pumping Plant,
  • California, 425*, 463*
  • — Jib, 20-ton, Lorry-Mounted (Steel Engi
  • neering Products, Ltd.), 519*
  • — Tower, Accident to, 266
  • — — Self-Erecting (Brun and Co.), 125*
  • — — Travelling (R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd.), 574* —- Travelling, 10-ton Overhead (Vaughan Lift
  • Engineering, Ltd.), 755*
  • — and Winches (Review), 262
  • — See also Gantry; Hoists
  • Creep Tests. See under Tests (Materials)
  • Critical Loading of Struts, Calculations for, 180*', 202. See Errata, 319
  • Croft, F„ the Late, 598
  • Crompton, O. J., on Overhead Equipment for
  • Direct-Current RailwayElectriflcation, 819
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Concrete Street- Lighting Column and Lantern, 486*; 750-kVA Electric Generator Maple Lodge Sewage Works, 628* ; Switchgear for Beet-Sugar Factory, 710*
  • Cronin, H. F., on Water Supply of London, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • Crop Dryer, Transportable (Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 12*
  • “ Cropmaster ” Agricultural Tractor, 34-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined, 42*
  • — 31-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined Agricultural Trac
  • tor, 725
  • Cross-Channel Electrical Cable Project, 190 Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil “ Crusader,” Jet-Propelled Motor Boat, Loss of, 443
  • Crystals, Metal, Effect of Oxide Films, 797, 828
  • Crystalline Character of Abrasive Surfaces, 689. 750
  • — Structure of Metals. See Metallography ;
  • Micro-Photographs
  • Cuba, Report of Economic and Technical Mission to, 634
  • Cultivator, Rotary, “ Gem ” (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 43*
  • Culvert for Dry Dock, Sunderland, 527*
  • — Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 458* Cunningham, H., the Late, 476
  • Cupboards, Fume, for Atomic Energy Establishments, 62
  • Cupola, Whiting, at Dowlais Foundry, 33*. See LETTER, 180
  • Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Curves, Track, Railway, Super Elevation on, 221
  • Cut-Off Device, Safety, for Gas-Fired Boilers (T. de la Rue and Co., Ltd.), 220*
  • Cutter and Loader, Green-Crop (Featherstone Agricultural, Ltd.), 73*
  • — Milling. See Milling under Machine Tools
  • — Pipe, Specification, 79
  • Cutting Machine, Fusion, for Stainless Steels, 366*
  • Head, Oxygen, Electronic Control of, 284*
  • Cyclator for Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank Factory, 683*
  • Cycle, German, with Aluminium-Alloy Frame. 721*
  • Cyclops Iron Works, 100-ton Gantry Crane, 425*, 463*
  • Cylinder, Gas. See Gas
  • Cylindrical Fits, Unification of, A.B.C. Conference on, 306
  • — Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine
  • under Machine Tools
  • — Shell, Plotting Trajectories in, 252*
  • — — Re-drawing of, Investigations on, 763
  • DALE ELECTRIC (YORKSHIRE), LTD., 18-kVA Portable Generating Set, 573*
  • Dallow, Lambert and Co., Ltd., Unit Construction Dust Collector, 552*
  • Dams for Central Valley Project, California, 4*, 38*, 425*, 463*
  • —- Claerwen, Birmingham Waterworks, 530*, 559*
  • — Concrete, Glen Affric Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 457*, 489*, 507, 553*
  • — Donzdre-Mondragon, on River Rhone, 571
  • — Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 585*,
  • 617*
  • — on Lower Bhavani River, Madras, 777*
  • — St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 551*, 612
  • — Vyrnwy, North Wales, arid Geological Re
  • search, 738
  • Dangerous Machinery, Fencing of, Legal Aspects, 214
  • Daniels, J. S., the Late, 669
  • Danish. See Denmark
  • Dartmouth, Thomas Newcomen Commemoration at, 244*. See LETTERS, 275, 307
  • Davenport Engineering Co., Ltd., Cooling Tower, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 812* Davey, E. L., on Research in Cable-Making Industry, 59
  • Davies, Prof. S. J., on Education of Engineers in Some European Countries, 70,116,165, 200
  • Davis, E., on Wrought. Copper-Aluminium - Nickel-Iron Alloys, 414
  • Davy and United Engineering Co., Ltd., Cold Rolling Mill for Steel Strip, 66*
  • Dawe Instruments, Ltd., Sound and Vibration Analysis Instruments, 286*
  • Dean, Smith and Grace, Ltd., 17-in. Swing Tool- Room Lathe, 326 ; 17-in. Swing, Precision Tool-Room Lathe, 368*
  • “ Decapod ” Locomotive of Great Eastern Railway, 763
  • Dee, Prof. P. I., on Education of. Industrial Physicists at Glasgow University, 179. See 55, 86
  • Deep-Drawing of Cylindrical Shell, Investigations of, 450
  • Deformation, Finite, of Blastic Solids (Review), 100
  • — and Friction of Surfaces, Influence of Sur
  • face Films on, 797, 828
  • — Inelastic, of Reinforced Concrete in Rela
  • tion to Ultimate Strength, 276*. See LETTER, 381
  • — Plastic, of Metals, Investigations on, 383,
  • 420, 450
  • of Metals, Researches in Australia, 784 de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., Accident to
  • D. H. 110 Night Fighter, 343, 346*; Air Liner Series 3 “ Comet,” 507 ; “ Comet ” Air Liner, Design of, 735 ; " Rapide ” Aircraft, Accident to, 751
  • de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd., Sprite-Comet Flying Test Bed, 309
  • de Havilland Propellers, Ltd., Propeller for “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 289*, 495* de la Rue, T„ and Co., Ltd., Safety Cut-Off Device for Gas-Fired Boilers, 220*
  • Delapena and Son, Ltd., Wet-Honing Attachment, 365*
  • Demolition and Construction Co., Ltd., Reconstruction of T. W. Greenwell and Co.’s Dry Docks, Sunderland, 525*: Howden-on- Tyne Gasworks, 809*
  • Denationalisation of Iron and Steel Industry, Proposals for, 145, 633. See Erratum, 285
  • Denison, S., and Son, Ltd., Tensile Testing Machine, 224*
  • Denmark, Education of Engineers in, 70, 165 Denney, G. R„ the Late, 662
  • Dennis Brothers, Ltd., Chassis for Motor Omnibus with 110-h.p. Underfloor Engine, 436* ; 150-h.p. Turntable Fire Escape, 437* : Chassis for 3-ton Motor Lorry with Underfloor Engine, 499*
  • Dennis, N. G., on Water-Turbine Governors, 635
  • Denny-Brown Ship Stabiliser, Hydraulic Equipment for, 711
  • Density of Sand, Laboratory Reproduction of, 700*
  • Dephosphorisation of Steel by Soda Slags, 766, 786
  • Derry, L. D„ the Late, 64
  • Descaling Machine, Hydraulic, for Solid Railway-Wheel Forge, 715*
  • Desoutter Brothers, Ltd'., f-h.p. Pneumatic Motor, 329*
  • De Syllas, L. M„ on Domes, Vaults, and Development of Shell Roofing, 55
  • Devereux, Col. W. C., Unveiling of Memorial to, 443
  • De Vito, General E„ on Six Recent Atlantic Liners, 604
  • Dewar, Major M. J. M„ the Late, 736
  • Diagram, Stress-Strain, for Mild Steel, 276*. See LETTER, 381
  • Dickinson, A. H-, the Late, 822
  • Dickinson, T„ the Late, 598
  • Dies, Smooth, Yielding of Strip Between, Investigations on, 763
  • — Casting Machine, Cold-Chamber (Projectile
  • and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 365*
  • Diesel Engines. See Engines, Oil, Diesel Marine Propulsion
  • Differential Gear. See Gear
  • Diffusion Coatings on Metal Surfaces, 689, 750
  • — in Solids, Liquids and Gases (Review), 524 Digging Machines. See Excavator
  • Dijon-Le Creusot. Railway-Traffic Schedule, 719*
  • Dimensional Analysis (Review), 619
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Disc-Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Distillation Plant, Aluminium, at Fulmer Research Institute, 514*
  • — by Solar Energy, 602, 679
  • — Unit, Coryton Oil Refinery, 334*
  • Distributor, Fertiliser (Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 12*
  • " Ditch-Witch ” Trench Digger, 627*
  • Docks, Antwerp, Shell Roof at, Travelling Formwork, 187*
  • — Construction at Belfast, 387*
  • — Dry, Barry Commercial, Reconstruction of,
  • 641*
  • Construction and Equipment, Memorandum on, 343
  • — — Port of Dublin, 815*
  • Reconstruction of, T. W. Greenwell and Co., Sunderland, 525*
  • Dock, E. H., on Static Electricity in Industry, 604. See 548
  • — Floating, Singapore, Salvage of, 728*
  • ?—and Inland Waterways Executive, British Transport Commission’s Annual Report, 81; Motor Canal Boat, 256*
  • Doig, P., the Late, 508
  • Dolezal, Dr. R., on Heat Transfer in Waste- Heat Boilers, 103*. See LETTER, 275
  • Dome of Discovery, Structural Analysis of (Review), 813
  • Domestic Electrical Accidents, 608
  • Heating and Cooking and Power Supply, 29. See LETTER, 84
  • Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 10,656-ft. Span Transmission Line Across Lake Kootenay, 454*
  • Donkin, S. B„ the Late, 668*
  • Donzere-Mondragon Dam on River RhSne, 571 Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Auckland Harbour
  • Bridge, 673*
  • Dorr-Oliver Co., Ltd., Vacuum Filters at Maple Lodge Sewage Works, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 476
  • Double Helical Gears. See Gears
  • ?— Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Doulton and Co., Ltd., “ Air-Slide ” Conveyors for Powdered Materials, 88
  • Dovey, D. M., on Diffusion Coatings, 689. See 750
  • Dowlais Foundry of Guest Keen Baldwins Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., 33*. See LETTER, 180
  • Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Co., Ltd., Gas- Fired Pipe-Bending Hearth, 644*
  • Drafting Practice, Unification of, A.B.C. Conference on, 306
  • “ Dragonfly Mark 3 ” Helicopter, 347
  • Drainage, Surface-Water and Sub-Soil, Code of Practice, 47
  • Drawing, Deep, of Cylindrical Shell, Investigations of, 450
  • Dredging Operations in Port of Dublin, 1*
  • Drier, Grass, Tests by National Institute of Agricultural Engineering, 148
  • Drills and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine
  • under Machine Tools
  • Drilling, Oil-Well, Diesel-Electric Barge for (Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd.), 583*
  • Driving Chains. See Chains
  • Drop-Forging Hammers. See Hammers under Machine Tools
  • Drum, Boiler, Application of Stress Probing Methods to, 97*
  • Drumheads of Cylindrical Vessels, Stresses in, 40*
  • Drummond-Asquith (Sales), Ltd., Heavy- Duty Centre Lathe, 330*; Manurhin Automatic Lathe, 330*
  • Drummond Brothers, Ltd., Automatic MultiTool Lathe, 327*
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Dryer, Grass, Transportable (Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 11*
  • Drying and Mixing Plant, Tar Macadam. See Tar Macadam
  • — Oven, 13,000-cub. ft., for Transformers
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 739*
  • Dublin, Aberdare Electric Co., Ltd., Work of, 22
  • — Finglass 110-kV Transformer Station, 22
  • — Port of, Developments in, 1*, 814*
  • Dubois, Dr. F., on Automatic Computation of Railway Train Schedules, 717*
  • Ducting, Extract, for Radio-Chemical Laboratories, 89
  • — for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 336*
  • Dumper, 3-cub. yd., 52-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined (Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd.), 835*
  • — Shuttle. 4 J-cub. yd. (Aveling-Barford, Ltd.),
  • 597*
  • Duncan, B. A., the Late, 636
  • Duncan, Prof. W. J., on Multiply-Loaded and Continuously-Loaded Struts, 180*, 202. See Errata, 319
  • Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Rubber AntiCorrosive Linings for Process Plant, 54* ; Testing Machine for Aircraft Tyres, 787*
  • Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 50-MW TurboAlternators Unitized with Reheat Boilers, 571; Design and Operation of Power Station, 802*, 836
  • Durestos Plastic Materials, Uses of, 701, 770. See LETTER, 764
  • Dust, Coal, Fine, Weight of, Deposited on Filter Papers, 101
  • — in Coal Mines, Gravimetric Sampling of,
  • 228*
  • — — See also Pulverised Coal
  • — Collector, Unit Construction (Dallow, Lam
  • bert and Co., Ltd.), 552*
  • ?— in Factories, Legal Decision on, 146
  • — and Fumes, Atmospheric, Prevention of, 82
  • — Industrial, Explosion Hazards Due to Static
  • Electricity, 548. See LETTER, 604
  • “ Dustmaster ” Dust Collector, 552*
  • Dutch. See Holland
  • Duwez, Prof. P., on Allotropic Transformations of Titanium-Zirconium Alloys, 529
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Dynamometer. See Torque Meter
  • Dyson, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 8-ton Tree-Trunk Handling Logging Arch, 468*; 40-ton Convertible Trailer, 468*
  • “ EAGLE,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier, 418*
  • Ealing Broadway Station, Push-Button Control of Railway Signalling at, 737*
  • Eames, T. A., on Applications of Physics in Transport, 86
  • Earl’s Court. See Exhibition
  • Earth-Boring Machine, “ Highway ” (Cheshire Engineering Co., Ltd.), 627
  • — Magnetism. See Magnetism Earthern Dam, Lower Bhavani River, 777*
  • East London Water Company, History of, 605, 622, 675
  • Easton and Robertson, Cambridge University Engineering Department Buildings, 669*
  • Eaton Axles, Ltd., Two-Speed Rear Axle for
  • Motor Vehicles, 501*
  • Eclipse, Solar, Observation of, 1952, 573 Economic Crisis, Effect on Nation, 742 Economics, Railway. See Railway Economiser, Application of “ Sunrod ” System to, 745*
  • — Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 802*, 836 Economy, Fuel. See Fuel Economy
  • “ Eddycliff,” H.M.S., Launch of, 391 Edinburgh Water Supply, 343
  • Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd., Accessible Mounting for Ceiling Lights, 288*
  • Education :
  • American Society for Engineering Education, Annual Meeting, 379
  • Birmingham College of Technology, Courses in Work Study, 571
  • British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education, Communication Training Centre Meeting, 539
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Summer School in Electrical Engineering, 147 ; Summer School Address: Electrical Training and Future Developments, by Sir J. Hacking, 190
  • Cambridge University Engineering Department Buildings, 669*
  • City and Guilds College, London, Lectures on Nuclear Reaction, 115
  • — — of London Institute, Training for Industry Exhibition, 603; Annual Report, 732
  • Coal-Mining Engineers, Training of, 94 Chemical Engineers, Training of, 388, 445, 455
  • College of Aeronautics, Cranfield, Prize Day, 51
  • Electrical Engineers, Education and Training of, 190
  • Electricity-Supply Employees, Training of, 400
  • Engineering Development, Training for, 102
  • —- Education, Value of Training at All Levels, 538, 542*
  • — Training Mission to Latin America, 179 European Countries, Education of Engineers in, 70, 116, 165, 200
  • Education—continued.
  • Faraday House Old Students’ Association, Annual Dinner, 635
  • Founders’ Company, Warner Fellowships, 379
  • Glasgow University, Training of Research Physicists at, 55,86. See LETTER, 179
  • Harwell Isotope School, Course at, 549
  • Hatfield Technical College, Opening of, 796 Higher Technological Education Advisory Council, Education of Engineers in Some European Countries, by Prof. S. J. Davies, 70, 116, 165, 200
  • Hydraulic Laboratories, Instruction and Research in, 731
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, Report on Public-Health Engineering Courses, 83
  • International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, Annual Report, 603
  • Liverpool College of Building, Gas-Fired Pipe-Bending Hearth, 644*
  • London, University College Calendar, 712 Metallurgical Education Joint Committee, Report by, 597
  • — Training, Cultural and Professional Aspects of, 94
  • National Coal Board Management Training Scheme, 539
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, Scholarships, 660
  • Northampton Engineering College, London, Old Students’ Dinner, 731
  • Nottingham University, Stuart Lecture on Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6* ; Investigation on Fixed'End Moments in Beams with Linear Haunches, 68*. See LETTER, 301* ; Investigations on Shot Peening of Steel, 509, 545*, 580*
  • Old Centrallans Annual Dinner, 667
  • — N’lons Annual Dinner, 731
  • Physicists, Training of, 548
  • — Industrial, in Scotland, Training of, 55, 86. See LETTER, 179
  • Queen Mary College, London, Experiments on Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6*
  • Reading Technical College, Appeal for Equipment, 84
  • Research, Industrial, in United States Education for, 177
  • Rolls - Royce Ltd., Apprentice-Training School, Derby, 107*, 115
  • Royal Naval College, Greenwich, Vector Method of Solving Vibration Problems, 620*, 685*, 796*. See LETTER, 795
  • School of Materials Handling, Study Courses at, 115
  • — of Technical Training, Royal Air Force, Halton, 211
  • Sheffield University, Post-Graduate Course in Applied Mechanics, 102
  • Shipbuilding Industry, Training for, 639
  • South American Engineers, British Scholarships for, 603
  • United States, Education for Industrial Research, 177
  • University College, London, Calendar, 712
  • Warner Fellowships of Worshipful Company of Founders, 379
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., Inclinable Power Press, 64*
  • Effluents, Factory, and River Pollution, 274
  • — Treatment Plant for Tank Factory, Cleveland, Ohio, 681*
  • “ Eland ” Propeller-Turbine Aeroplane Engine, 310*
  • Elbe, River, Oil Pipelines Laid on Bed of, 383* Eldair Press Brake, 395*

Electric :

  • Accumulators for Electric Tractor, 690*
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles Alternating-Current Supply for Railways,
  • Merits of, 421
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo Arc Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric — Suppression Equipment for Netherlands State Railways Substations, 217*
  • — Welding. See Welding Battery. See Accumulatbr (above) — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers Association, “ Beama Catalogue ” Luncheon, 731
  • Development Association, Industrial Productivity Conference, 602
  • — Electricity Authority, Upper Boat Power Station, South Wales, 85*. See LETTER, 213; Future Developments and Projects, 190 ; Statistics of Electricity Consumed, 201, 275, 411, 539; 15,000-kW Gas Turbine and Alternator, 216*; Operation of Public and Private Supply Systems, 230 ; Developments in Productivity by, 298; 15-MW Gas-Turbine Alternators, 335*; Work at Residential Training Centres, 400 ; Annual Report and Statement of Accounts, 473 ; Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 571, 802*, 836 ; Plymouth “ B ” Power Station-, 674*
  • Cable, Aluminium-Sheathed, Manufacture of (Johnson and Phillips, Ltd.), 404*. See Erratum, 476
  • Sheathed, Manufacture by Pirelli- General Cable Works, Ltd., 614*
  • — Cross-Channel, Proposed, 190
  • — Flexible Steel Conduit and Adaptors for, Specification, 725
  • — High-Tension, Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649
  • — Insulated, Reports on Supply of, 19, 113
  • — Making Industry, Research in, 59
  • Electric— continued.
  • Cable, for 380-kV Swedish Power Transmission Systems, 749*
  • — Television-Camera (British Insulated Callender’s Cables. Ltd.), 94*
  • Capacitators, Power-Factor Correction, Dielectric, 30
  • Conductors for Direct-Current Railway
  • Electrification, 819
  • — 10,656-ft. Long, Across Lake Kootenay,
  • 454*
  • — Overhead, Paris-Lyons Railway, 655*
  • — for 380-kV Swedish Power Transmission Systems, 782*
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Dielectrics, High Performance, 30 — Research in Australia, 828 Direct-Current Railway Electrification,
  • Overhead Equipment for, 819 Supply for Railways, Merits of, 421 Dynamo. See Generator ; Turbo-Generator Electrical Appliances, Domestic, Accidents from, 60S
  • — Apparatus, Accidents from, Report, 410
  • — — for Measuring Vibration of Ships,
  • 658
  • — Encyclopedia, New (Review), 427
  • — Engineering Industry and National Affairs, 505
  • — Equipment for Aircraft, Specification, 79
  • — — for “ Princess ” Flying Boat (British
  • Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 430*
  • — Industry, Basic Organisation of, 18, 29 Research in, 18, 30, 59
  • — Laboratory of British Scientific Instrument Research Association, 659 King’s College, London, 23*
  • — Power Convention, British. See British Electrical Power Convention
  • Electricity, Static, in Industry, 548. See LETTER, 604
  • — Supply in Great Britain : Its Development and Organisation (Review), 261
  • Electron Accelerator, 15-MeV Linear
  • (Mullard Ltd.), 161*
  • Electronic Instruments in Research and Industry, Symposium on, 307
  • -in Research and Industry, Symposium on, 307
  • — Laboratory of British Scientific Instrument Research Association, 659* Electroplating. See Electro
  • Frequency Conversion on Southern Region Electric Railways, 53
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Fuse, 300-Amp. High Rupturing Capacity (Brush Electrical Co., Ltd.), 744* Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo Heavy Electrical Plant Consultative Council, Formation of, 179
  • High-Voltage Laboratory, Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., Loughborough, 172*
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power _ Plants
  • Ignition for Internal Combustion Engines. See Zymiion
  • Induction Motors. See Motors, Electric Insulating Tubes, Synthetic-Resin Bonded- Paper, Specification, 320
  • Insulator for 380-kV Swedish Power
  • Transmission Systems, 782* Lamp Industry, Research in, 59 Light, Ceiling, Accessible Mounting for (Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd.), 288* Lighting, Cold-Cathode, British European
  • Airways Engineering Base, 558
  • — Column and Lantern, for Street Lighting (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 486* Lightning Conductor, Franklin’s, Bicentenary of Invention, 114
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators ; Motors ; Turbo Magnetos. See Ignition
  • Mains. See Cables (above) Meters, Electricity and Instrument Transformers (Review), 652
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric Oil Switch. See Switchgear Power. See Power
  • — Stations. See Power Stations
  • x Pyrometer. See Thermocouple
  • ' Railways. See Railways Rays. See X-Rays
  • Rectifier Installation, Trostre Tin-Plate,
  • Works, 652
  • — Mercury-Arc, “ Nevitron ” (Nevelin Electric Co., Ltd.), 373*
  • — Pumpless, Air-Cooled, Use on Netherlands State Railways, 217*
  • Relays, Thermal-Protection, for Electric Motors (Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd.), 757*
  • Resistance, High-Frequency, of Metal Surfaces, 689, 750
  • — of Metals, Australian Researches, 784 — Welding. See Welding
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See
  • Rolling Mills Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays Rural Electrification, Productivity Report on, 298
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion Short-Circuit Testing Authorities, Association of, Pamphlet on British and American Standards for Oil Circuit- Breakers, 83
  • Sparcatron Electric Equipment for Machining Hard Metals, 121
  • Static Electricity in Industry, 548 Steel Manufacture. See Metallurgy Storage Battery. See Accumulator (above) Street Railways. See Tramways Substation. See Substation
  • Switchgear; See Switchgear-, Motors, Electric
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telephony. See Telephony Thermometer. See Thermocouple Traction. See Locomotives, Electric; JiaiZ- ways; Tramways
  • Electric—continued.
  • Tramways. See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers Turbo-Generators. See Tur&o-GeneraZors Vacuum Tubes. See Rontgen
  • Voltage Severity, Restriking, Evaluation of, 827
  • Welding. See Welding Wire Insulated, Reports on Supply, 19,113 Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy:, Radar; Radio ; TeZeyision
  • — Telephony. See Telephony; Radar ;
  • Radio; Television
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electric .Construction Co., Ltd., Rectifier Installation, Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 652
  • Electrical Apparatus Co., Ltd., Flameproof Thermostat, 158*
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of :
  • Summer Meeting, Dublin, 22 Council’s Views on Technical Education, 190
  • Memorandum on Construction and Equipment of Dry Docks, 343
  • Faraday Medal, Presentation to Prof.
  • D. O. Lawrence, 445
  • Presidential Address by Col. B. H. Leeson on Electricity Supply and National Affairs, 505
  • Design and Operation of Dunston “ B ” Generating station, with Particular Reference to 50-MW Turbo-Alternators Unitized with Reheat Boilers, by A. Howell and J. B. Jackson, 571, 802*, 836
  • 150-kV X-Ray Equipment for Radiography of Circumferential Welds in Gas-Turbine Rotors, by F. W. Waterton, 774*
  • Economic Aspects of Overhead Equipment for Direct-Current Railway Electrification, by O. J. Crompton and G. A. W. Wallace, 819
  • Tees-Side Sub-Centre:
  • Annual Dinner, 694
  • Electrical Engineering Industry and National Affairs, 505
  • — Laboratory of British Scientific Instrument
  • Research Association, 659
  • Electricity Supply in Great Britain: Its Development and Organisation (Review), 216
  • Electron Accelerator, 15-MeV Linear (Mullard Ltd.), 161*
  • Electronic Instruments in Research and Industry, Symposium on, 307
  • Electroplated Surfaces of Metals, High- Frequency Resistance of, 689, ,750
  • Electroplating, Nickel, Substitutes for, 640
  • — Shop at Treforest Factory of British
  • Overseas Airways Corporation, 130*
  • Electrotechnical Commission, International, Scheveningen Meetings, 411
  • Elements, Rare, Progress of Researches on, 517 Elevator-Loader, Potato, 149*
  • — Sack and Bale (Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 12*
  • Elgar Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Tool-Room Lathe with Hydraulic Copier, 432*
  • Elliott, B., and Co., Ltd., Universal Milling Machine, 434*
  • Ellis, B. J., Oil-Storage Depot, Canvey Island,. 801
  • Ellis, J. H., Forge for Solid Railway-Wheel Production, 713*, 752*
  • Elmeg Elektromechanik G.m.b.H., Electromagnetic Presses, 32*
  • Embankments on River Thames, 582 Emitron Television Ltd., Vision Transmitter,
  • Kirk o’Shotts Television Station, 204* Employees. See Xaftowr
  • Employment.' See Ladowr
  • Empresa Nacional de Autocamiones, S.A., “ Pegaso ” 170-b.h.p. Motor Car, 565
  • Encyclopaedia, Electrical, New (Review), 427 Endrick Valley Pipeline for Glasgow Water Supply, 119
  • Endurance Tests. See Fatigue under Tests {Materials')
  • Energy, Complementary, Analysis of Static- ally-Indeterminate Structures by, 389*, 509
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • — Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion ; Motorships
  • — 666-h.p. Dual-Fuel, National, Maple Lodge
  • Sewage Works, 628*
  • — Fire. See Fire
  • — Heat (Review), 684
  • — Indicators. See Indicators
  • — Internal-Combustion, Expansion of Indus
  • try, 233
  • Combustion. See also Turbines, Gas
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Diesel, for Atlantic Liners, 604
  • Diesel, 30-h.p., for Canal Boat (H. Widdop and Co., Ltd.), 256
  • Diesel, 204-h.p. Eight-Cylinder, Gardner, for Locomotive, 250
  • Diesel, 62-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (F. Perkins, Ltd.), 626
  • — — Diesel, 52-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Hori
  • zontal (F. Perkins, Ltd.), 499*
  • Diesel, 80-h.p. Four-Cylinder Petter (Associated British Oil Engines, Ltd.), 626*
  • Diesel, Marine (Review), 747 Diesel, Marine, Construction at Belfast, 417*
  • Diesel, Marine, 5,500-b.h.p. Five-Cylinder Barclay Curle-Doxford, 71
  • Diesel, Marine, 4,500-h.p. Nine-Cylinder, M.S. “ Surrey,” 299*
  • — — Diesel, Marine, 90-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder
  • (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 117
  • Diesel, Marine, 104-h.p. Six-Cylinder Foden, Motor Launch “ Tonquin,” 188*
  • Diesel, Marine, 4,500-b.h.p. Ten-Cylinder (Sulzer Brothers, Ltd.), 108*
  • Diesel, for Rail Traction, Development by Sulzer Brothers, 830*
  • Engines, Oil, Diesel, Use on Railways, 421*, 453
  • Diesel, 155-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 499*
  • — — Diesel, 150-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Meadows,
  • 596*
  • Diesel, 34-b.h.p. Three-Cylinder (F. Perkins, Ltd.), 499*
  • Diesel, 910-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder (Mirr- lees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd.), 583
  • — — Diesel, 1,254-b.h.p. Twelve-Cylinder, for
  • Locomotive (Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd.), 701
  • Diesel. See also Motor ships; Marine Propulsion
  • Motor-Vehicles, Centrifugal Lubricating Oil Separator for (Glacier Metal Co., Ltd.), 678*
  • 110-h.p. Six-Cylinder Underfloor, for Omnibus (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 437*
  • See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Petrol, Aeroplane. See AerowawZics
  • 375-b.h.p., Eight-Cylinder Rover “ Meteorite,” 577*
  • Motor-Car, 30-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (Morris Motors, Ltd.), 563*
  • Motor-Car, 120-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 541*
  • — — 0-75-h.p. Two-Stroke, Horizontal, for
  • Small Agricultural Implements (Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd.), 74*
  • See also AerowaMZtcs; Carburettor; Motor Cars
  • — Steam, Marine, Construction at Belfast
  • 388, 417*
  • Marine, Structural Behaviour of Bedplate and Seatings of, 755
  • — — Marine. See also Marine Propulsion;
  • Turbines
  • Ploughing. See Tractors
  • Steering, Servo Mechanisms in, 508, 706* Traction. See Tractors
  • 2,500-h.p. Triple-Expansion Willans, Upper Boat Power Station, South Wales, 85*. See LETTER, 213
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., “ Canberra B ” Jet Bomber, Double Atlantic Crossing by, 275. See LETTER, 381; “ Canberra ”
  • Aeroplane Used as Test Bed by, 309* ; Transformers and Switchgear, Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 554*; Air-Blast Circuit-Breaker for Arc-Furnace Control, 638*
  • English Numbering Machines, Ltd., Universal Direct-Reading Indicators for Machine Tools, 265
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 270-ton Steel Ingot for Boiler Drum, 63* : Forge for Solid Railways Wheels, 713*, 752*
  • Engineer’s Approach to Plastic Deformation, 450
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — Production, Institution of. See Production
  • — and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of,
  • James Watt Dinner, 538; Presidential Address by Sir W. Wallace on Hydraulic Equipment, 711, 742
  • — Society of, Award of Churchill Medal to
  • Air Commodore Sir F. Whittle, 475
  • Engineering Apprentices. See Education; La&our
  • — and Architectural Law (Review), 426
  • — Base Building for British European Air
  • ways, 521*, 556*
  • — Contracts. See Contracts ; Legal
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Future of Plastics in, 701, 770. See 666.
  • See LETTER, 764
  • — Group of Aslib, Work of, 403, 410
  • — Industries Association, London Region,
  • Annual Display, 507
  • and National Policy, 537
  • — — and Sterling Area (Review), 209
  • — Laboratories. See Laboratories ; National
  • Physical
  • — Organisation for British Collieries, 61, 93
  • — Processes and Research, 762
  • — Servant of Mankind, 537
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Standards. See Standards Institution
  • — Works. See Works
  • “ Enton,” Single-Screw Cargo Motorship, 71* Equilibrium Diagrams, Alloys. See MeZaZ- Zuryy
  • Erikson, P. E„ the Late, 764
  • Erosion, Coast, Research by Hydraulics Research Board, 825
  • Error Function, Tables of, and First Twenty Derivatives (Review), 163
  • Esso Petroleum Co., Supply of Branded Petrol, 380
  • Europe, Exchange of Electric Power Supply in, Report on, 475
  • — Steel Production in, 539
  • European Countries, Some, Education of Engineers in, 70, 116, 165, 200
  • — Timber Market, Report, 763
  • Euston Station, Power-Operated Signalling Installation, 513*
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Evans, Dr. U. R., on Chemical Behaviour as Influenced by Surface Conditions, 689. See 750
  • Evaporator for Hot-Spring Power Generating Plant, 661*. 691*
  • Excavation Work at Brotherton Railway Tunnel, 447*
  • Excavator, Trench (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 756* Petrol-Driven (Cheshire Engineering Co., Ltd.), 627*
  • — g-cub. yd., with Trenching Bucket (Priest
  • man Brothers, Ltd.), 627*
  • Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, Association for, Annual Report, 603 Exchangers, Heat, Extruded Surfaces for (Sunrod, Ltd.), 745*
  • - for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 335*
  • Exhibition, Agricultural Machinery, and Smithfield Show, Earl’s Court, 724*, 756*, 787*
  • — Aircraft, and Flying Display, Farnborough
  • Aerodrome, 179, 309*, 343, 346*
  • Exhibition, Aluminium Development Association’s, 720*
  • — Centenary, Ramsay, Science Museum, 475
  • — Centennial, of American Engineering,
  • Chicago, 345*, 369
  • — and Conference, Association of Public
  • Lighting Engineers, Programme, 71, 307
  • — and Conferences,. Forthcoming, 119, 279,
  • 415, 575, 703, 832
  • — and Congress, Public Works and Municipal
  • Services, Olympia, 143, 573*, 595*, 626*
  • — Engineering Industries Association, 507
  • — International Commercial Motor Show,
  • Earl’s Court, 412*, 436*, 467*, 498*
  • Machine Tool, Olympia, 321*, 361*, 393*, 431*, 478*, 511*
  • Motor Show, Earl’s Court, 540*, 563*
  • — “ Model Engineer,” 538
  • — National Radio and Television, 275
  • — Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Newton Abbot, 10*, 41*, 72*
  • — Training for Industry, London, 603
  • —- Welsh Industries Fair, Cardiff, 275
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Experimental Tank. See Tank Explosions, Colliery. See Accidents
  • Export Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • " Express ” Loading Shovel, 627*
  • FACING Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Factory Accidents See Accidents
  • — Acts, Safety Provisions of, 214
  • — Beet-Sugar, Electric Power Plant for,
  • Bury St. Edmunds, 710*
  • — Dust in, Legal Decision in, 146
  • — Effluents and River Pollution, 274
  • — King’s Lynn, of Fropax (Ware), Ltd.,
  • Shell Roof at, 186
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Safety Footwear in, 379
  • — Tank, Effluent-Treatment Plant for, Cleve
  • land, Ohio, 681*
  • •— Treforest, of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 129*
  • Fair, Trade. See Exhibition
  • Fairclough, L., Ltd., Opening-Out of Brotherton Railway Tunnel, 447*
  • Fairey Aviation. Co., Ltd., Anti-Submarine “ Gannet ” Aircraft, 309*; Model of “ Rotodyne ” Helicopter, 347
  • Fairless, B. F., Presentation of Fritz Medal to, 444
  • Fairmile Construction Co., Ltd., Motor Canal Boat of High-Tensile Steel, 256*
  • Fan, Dynaflow, for Air-Conditioning Plant, 171*
  • — Mine-Ventilating, Axial-Flow (Walker
  • Brothers (Wigan), Ltd.), 76*. See Addendum, 264
  • Faraday House Old Students’ Association, Annual Dinner, 635
  • — Medal, Presentation to Prof. E. O. Law
  • rence, 445
  • Farming. See Agriculture : Tractors
  • Farnborough Aerodrome, Aircraft Exhibition and Flying Display at, 179, 309*. 343, 346*
  • Fasnakyle Power Station, Glen Affric Hydro- Electric Scheme, 457*, 490*, 553*
  • Fat Extraction by Chayen Cold-Rendering Process, 595
  • Fatigue Tests of Metals. See Fatigue under Tests {Materials)
  • Fawcett, S., and Partners, Maple-Lodge Sewage Works, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 476; Maple-Lodge Sewage Works Power Plant, 628*
  • Featherstone Agricultural, Ltd., Green-Crop Cutter and Loader, 73*
  • Federal Steam Navigation Co., M.S. “ Middlesex,” 108*
  • Federation of British Industries, Survey of Research and Development in British Industry, 137; Engineering Training Mission to Latin America, 179 : Scholarship for South American Engineers, 603
  • Feed-Water System, 60-MW Pass-Out Power Station at Wilton Works, 830*
  • Softener. See Water
  • See also Water
  • Fell, R. A., on Contemporary Methods of Watch Production, 826
  • Fell, W. A., Ltd., Multi-Spindle Drilling Machine, 434*
  • Fencing of Dangerous Machinery, Legal Aspects, 2.14
  • Fender, Concrete, Suspended, for Shell-Haven Oil-Refinery Jetty, 705*
  • Fentiman, W. P., on Wrought Copper- Aluminium-Nickel-Iron Alloys, 414
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd., Diesel-Electric Oil-Well Drilling Barge for Venezuela, 583*
  • Ferguson, H., Ltd., Gang Steerage Hoe, 12* ; Game Flusher, 73*; Tractor-Mounted Buckrake, . 724*; Tractor-Mounted
  • Tandem-Disc Harrow, 724*; Tractor- Mounted Low-Volume t Agricultural Sprayer, 725* ; Tractor with “ Tracpak ” Full-Track Equipment, 756*
  • Ferranti, Ltd., 33J-MVA 13-2/230-kV Transformers for United States, 78, 119
  • Ferro-Alloys, Methods of Sampling, Specification, 725
  • — Concrete. See Concrete, Reinforced and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferrous Materials, Sampling, for Analysis, Specification, 15
  • Fertiliser, Distributor (Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 12*
  • Fillets, Strengthening by Cold-Rolling, 164*
  • Filling Compounds, Bitumen-Base, for Electrical Purposes, Specification, 111
  • Filters, Air, for Air-Conditioning Plant (Vokes, Ltd.), 171*
  • Film, Anodic, , on Aluminium and Its Alloys, 689, 750
  • — Oxide, Effect on Metal Crystals, 797, 828
  • Filters, Air, for Atomic-Energy Establishments, 90
  • Filters, Papers, Determination of Drv Weight. 101
  • — Pressure, for Effluent-Treatment Plant at
  • Tank Factory, 683*
  • — Vacuum, at Maple Lodge Sewage Works,
  • 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 426 Fincham, C. J. B., on Determination of Sulphur in Slags, 766. See 786
  • Findlay, A., and Co., Ltd., Arc-Welding Machine for Steel Girders, 645*
  • Finglass, 110-kV Transformer Station, Dublin. 22
  • Fire Escape, Turntable, 150-h.p. (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 437*
  • — Extinguishing System, “ Princess ” Flying
  • Boat, 496*
  • — Fighting Appliances for Royal Air Force
  • Motor Rescue Launch, 577
  • —. Hazards in Industry from Static Electricity, 548 '
  • — Protection at Oil-Storage Depot, Canvey
  • Island, 801
  • — — in Passenger Ships, 690
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 242 Firebricks. See Refractories
  • Firth Brown Tools, Ltd., Portable Brinell Hardness-Testing Machine, 368*
  • Firth, T., and J. Brown, Ltd., 220-h.p. Diesel- Mechanical Locomotive, 606*
  • Fits, Cylindrical, Unification of, A.B.C. Conference on, 306
  • Fixing Insulating Linings in Buildings with Metal Components, Association for, Formation of, 487
  • Flame-Failure Control for Oil Burners (Rheostatic Co., Ltd.),.187*
  • Flaw-Detection Ink, Fluorescent, Magnetic (Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 648*
  • — in Metals, Physical Methods for Detection
  • of, 22
  • Flax Machinery, Development of, 509, 771 Fleet. See Warships
  • Fleming, Sir A. P. M., on Research in Electrical Industry, 30. See 18
  • Fleming, N., on Noise and Its Suppression, 87 Flexibility Coefficients Method and Shell Roof
  • Design, 105*
  • Flight Refuelling, Ltd., Refuelling Equipment for United States Navy, 565
  • — See Aeronawiics Floating Dock. See Dock
  • Flood, Dr. H., on Thermodynamic Calculation of Slag Equilibria, 766. See 786
  • Floor Beams, Prestressed-Concrete, Tests, 154*
  • — Concrete, Researches in Australia on, 764 Flour Discharge by Compressed Air (H.
  • Tollemache and Co., Ltd.), 742*
  • — Tank Motor Lorry, Diesel-Engined (Leyland
  • Motors, Ltd.), 742*
  • Flow, Fluid, Some Aspects of (Review), 3
  • — — in Pipes (Review), 653
  • — Through Hydraulic Piston Valves, 588*
  • — Steady and Pulsating, Critical Reynolds
  • Numbers for, 52*
  • Floyd, R. W., on NisAl Phase in Nickel- Aluminium Alloys, 529 ; on Constitution of Nickel-Chromium-Titanium Alloys, 529 Fluid Flow, Some Aspects of (Review), 3 in Pipes (Review), 653
  • — Friction. See Friction; Hydrodynamics Fluidised-Solids Conveyor (Doulton and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 88
  • Fluorescent Materials, Researches on, 518 Flusher, Game (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 73* Flying Boats. See Aeronautics Fokker-Eckold Shaping Machine for Sheet
  • Metal, 77*
  • Food Supply and Growth of Population, Problems of, 311
  • Footbridge, Prestressed-Concrete, Tests of, 737 Footwear, Safety, in Industry, Conference, 379 Forage Harvester, Tractor-Mounted (Shearmow Harvester Co., Ltd.), 73*
  • Ford, Prof. H.. on Yielding of Strip Between Smooth Dies, 763 ; on Investigations on Short-Radius Pipe Bends, 795
  • Ford Motor Co., Ltd., Ransomes Tractor- Mounted Gang Mower, 41*; “Major” 40-5-h.p. Commercial Tractor, 787* Forest Products Research Board, Annual
  • Report, 698
  • Forging Hammers. See Hammer under Machine Tools
  • — Press. See Press under Machine TooZs Forming and Rolling Mill for Resistance-
  • Welded Tube Production, 65* Formwork, Travelling, for Shell Roof at
  • Antwerp Docks, 187*
  • Forrest, Dr. J. S„ on Research in Electricity Supply Industry, 31. See 18
  • Forrest, P. G., on Optical Dynamic Weighbar for Fatigue-Testing Machine, 801*
  • Forrester, G., and Co., Steering Engine for S.S. “ Great Eastern,” 706*
  • Foster, J., and Co., Ltd., Scrub-Clearing and Hedge-Cutting Machine, 73*
  • Foundation Bolts, Concrete Boxes for (Leeson, Ltd.), 266*
  • — Earth Structures and Soil Mechanics
  • (Review); 684
  • — Lower Bhavani Dam, 777*
  • — and Soil Mechanics, Introductory (Review)
  • 620
  • Founders, Worshipful Company of, Warner Fellowships of, 379
  • Foundry, Brass, Conference on Productivity, 60 ?— Dowlais, of Guest Keen Baldwins Iron and
  • Steel Co., Ltd., 33*. See LETTER, 180
  • — Moulding Boxes, Dimensions of, Speci
  • fication, 712
  • Foundry Plant and Machinery, Ltd., Sand Slinger at Dowlais Foundry, 33*
  • — Sands, Research in Australia, 784
  • — Synthetic Resins for Use in, 87
  • — Use of Ultrasonic Soldering Iron in, 647
  • — Work. See also Die Casting
  • — See also Castings ; Moulding
  • Fowler, J., and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., “ Challenger”
  • Mark 4 150-b.h.p. Crawler Tractor, 596* Fowler, Dr. R. T., on Ingot-Mould Temperature Measurement, 721; on Cooling of Rimming-Steel Ingots, 721
  • Fox, J. W„ on Research by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., at Renfrew, 84. See LETTERS, 179, 213
  • Frames and Arches, Continuous, Methods of Design Analysis (Review), 35
  • France, DonzSre-Mondragon Dam on River Rhone, 571
  • — Education of Engineers in, 70, 116
  • — See also French
  • Francis Turbines. See Twrftines, Hydraulic
  • Franklin’s Lightning Conductor, Bicentenary of Invention of, 114
  • Fraser, J. A., on Electric Cooking, 29
  • Freeman, Fox and Partners, Auckland Harbour Bridge, 673*
  • French-British Joint Television Programmes, 31, 45
  • — Iron and Steel Industry, Developments in,
  • 273
  • — National Railways, Use of “ Matisa-
  • Mauzin ” Track Recording Car, 225*, 659, 766*; Paris-Lyons Electrification, 507, 654* ; Traffic Schedule for Dijon-Le Creu- sot Section, 719* ; Sulzer Locomotives for 830*
  • — See also France
  • Friction and Deformation of Surfaces, Influence of Surface Films on, 797, 828
  • Fritz Medal, Presentation to B. F. Fairless, 444 Fuel Consumption of 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 138*
  • on Railways, 421*, 453
  • — Efficiency Service, Future of, 569. See
  • 343, 378
  • — Institute of, Conference on Ash and Clinker
  • 307
  • — Liquid. See also Oi? Fuel
  • — Motor. See also Alcohol; Benzol; Gas;
  • Motor ; Petrol; Producer
  • — Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • — and Power, Ministry of, National Policy
  • for Fuel and Power, 343, 378, 569 ; Future of Fuel Efficiency Service, 569. See 343, 378 ; 750-kW Peat-Burning Gas Turbine, 721
  • — Production by Solar Energy, 602, 645
  • — Pump. See Pump ; Pumping
  • — Solid, Burning Appliances, Standard Glos
  • sary of Terms, 79
  • — Sprays, Atomisation, Investigations on, 6*
  • — System for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 337*
  • — Tanks and Air Reservoirs for “ Trusty ”
  • Motor Chassis (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 499*
  • — See also Coal; Oil; Gas ; Peat; Pulverised
  • Coal
  • “ Fuloro-Sizer ” Plain Grinding Machine, 328* Fulmer Research Institute, Work of, 443, 514* Fume Cupboards for Atomic Energy Establishments, 62
  • — and Dust, Atmospheric, Prevention of, 82 Funditor, Ltd., Pneumatic Bar-Marking
  • Machine, 433*
  • Furnace, Annealing, Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 651*
  • — Boiler. See Stoker
  • — Blast, Coke Consumption at, Statistics, 242 Future Low-Shaft, Design of, 248 at Hawarden Bridge Steelworks, Shotton,
  • 215*
  • — — Rapid Re-Lining of, at Appleby-
  • Frodingham Steelworks, 614
  • Size Distribution of Coke in, 805*, 838* Tubular-Construction Skip Bridge for, 722*
  • Furnace, Electric, Arc, Circuit-Breakers for Control of (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 638*
  • Vacuum (Birlec, Ltd.), 433*
  • — Gas-Fired, Balanced-Hearth Walking-Beam
  • Model of (Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd)., 512*
  • — Intense-Combustion, at Swinden Labora
  • tories, Rotherham, 151*
  • — Muffle, Electrically-Heated (Gradec, Ltd.),
  • 253*
  • — Normalising, for Welded Steel Tubes
  • (Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd.), 67*
  • — Open-Hearth, Capacity and Operation, 612 Hearth, Hawarden Bridge Steelworks,
  • Shotton, 215
  • Hearth, Model of, Swinden Laboratories, Rotherham, 151*
  • — Oven, Gas-Fired, Recuperative (Brayshaw
  • Furnaces and Tools, Ltd.), 365*
  • — Rotary-Hearth, 69-ft., for Railway Wheel
  • Production, 713*
  • — See also Coke Ovens ; Cupola
  • Fusarc, Ltd., Arc-Welding Machine for Steel Girders, 645*
  • Fuse, 300-Amp High-Rupturing Capacity (Brush Electrical Co., Ltd.), 744*
  • Future, Re-Thinking Our (Review), 537
  • GAIRLOCH Hydro-Electric Scheme, 173*
  • Gale, E. L„ on Architectural Problems of Shell Roofing, 55, 75
  • Gale, W. K. V., on Dowlais Foundry, 180. See 33*
  • Galion (Great Britain), Ltd., “ Galion 118 ” Motor Grader, 595*
  • Game Flusher (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 73*
  • “ Gannet ” Anti-Submarine Aircraft, 309*
  • Ganter, E., on Structural Engineering on Thames-side, 582
  • Gantries for Overhead Conductors, Paris- Lyons Railway, 655*
  • Garages, Hymatic 1-h.p., Air-Compressor Unit for, 743*
  • Gare de Lyon, Paris, Approach to Station, 658*
  • Garrison Dam Hydro-Electric Plant, 33J-MVA 13 -2/230-kV Transformers for, 78, 119
  • Gas Board, Northern', Reconstruction of Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 809*-
  • — Carburetted-Water, Plant for Producing
  • Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • — Chambers and Coke Ovens, Ltd., Plant
  • for Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 809*
  • — Council, Annual Report and Accounts, 635 ;
  • Report on Gas-Fired Pipe-Bending Hearth, 644*
  • — Cylinder Threads, Unification of, A.B.C.
  • Conference on, 306
  • Gas Engineers, Institution of, Autumn,Research Meeting, Programme, 635; 700-kW
  • Waste-Heat Gas Turbine, Coventry Gasworks, by Capt. (E) W. Gregson, 740*; Steam and Power in Gas Industry, by
  • L. J. Clark 804
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — Industry, Steam and Power in, 804
  • United Kingdom, Annual Report, 635
  • — Mains, Sluice Valve for (Zimmermann and
  • Jansen, G.m.b.H.), 170*. See Erratum, 264
  • — Producer. See Producer
  • — Sludge, Use in Maple Lodge Sewage Works
  • Power Station, 628*
  • — Solids and Liquids, Diffusion in (Review),
  • 524
  • — Space Heating by (Chandos Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.), 767*. See Errata, 797
  • — Supply, British European Airways Engi
  • neering Base, 557
  • — Turbine. See Turbine
  • — Welding. See
  • — See also Oxygen, Etc.
  • Gasanair Cabinet Heater, Chandos, 767*. See Errata, 797
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Carburettors : Aeronautics
  • Gasworks, Coventry, Waste-Heat Gas Turbine Plant at, 740*
  • — Howden-on-Tyne, Reconstruction, 809*
  • Gate, “ Box ” Type for Dry Dock, Sunderland, 527*
  • — Sluice, Lower Bhavani Dam, 779*
  • — and Valves for Glen Affric Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme (Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.), 458
  • Gatehead Protective Canopy for Collieries, 785* Gatwick Airport, Proposed Development, 514 Gaudin, Prof. A. M., on Radioactivity in
  • Mineral Dressing, 106, 677
  • Gauge, Pressure, Testing of, Investigations on, 827
  • — Screw-Thread, Tolerances for (Specifica
  • tion), 15
  • — Strain, Counting, 168*
  • — — Electrical Resistance (Saunders-Roe,
  • Ltd.), 266
  • Electrical Resistance, Use in Torquemeters, 20*, 36*
  • Theory and Application (Review), 196
  • — and Tool 'Makers’ Association, Annual Re
  • port, 379; Luncheon and Annual Report, 475
  • Gauging, Thickness, Instrument, for Non- Ferrous Metals, 659*
  • Gawn, R. W. L., on Effect of Pitch and Blade Width on Propeller Performance, 734
  • Gay, Dr. P., on Crystalline Character of Abrasive Surfaces, 689. See 750
  • Geach, G. A., on Alloys of Molybdenum and Tantalum, 529
  • Gear, Bevel, Testing Machine for (Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 400*
  • — Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Design Research at Sheffield’ University, 102 Gear Grinding Co., Ltd., Automatic Spur-
  • Tooth Grinding Machine, 327*; Lead Measuring Machine for Helical Gears, 327*
  • — Steering. See Steering
  • — Worm, Ratios of, 636
  • Gearbox and Electromagnetic Couplings for
  • M. S. “ Surrey ” (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 299*
  • — Oil-Operated, for Diesel Locomotive (Mo
  • dern Wheel Drive, Ltd.), 250
  • —Motor-Car Five-Speed (D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 501*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gearing, Marine, Investigations by Pametrada, 278
  • Gelding Colliery, Gatehead Protective Canopy for, 785*
  • “ Gem ” Rotary Cultivator, 43*
  • Gence, P., on Thermo-Elastic Analysis of Transformations in Copper Alloys, 528
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Fixed and Mobile Substations for Netherlands State Railways, 217* ; Manufacture of Aluminium- Sheathed Electric Cables, 614* ; Electrical Equipment for Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649* ; Drying Oven, 13,000-cub. ft., for Transformers, 739*
  • General Motors Corporation, Effluent-Treatment Plant at Tank Factory, Cleveland, Ohio, 681*
  • Generating Set, 18-kVA Portable (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 573*
  • — Station. See Power Station
  • Generator, Electric, 150-Ampere Welding (Lincoln Electric Co., Ltd.), 512*
  • 2,800-kVA, for Beet-Sugar Factory, 710*
  • — — 62 • 5-MW, “ Concenter ” Power Station,
  • Genoa, 136*
  • 750-kVA, Crompton-Parkinson, Maple Lodge Sewage Works, 628*
  • — — 652-kW, for Diesel-Electric Locomotive
  • (Brush Electrical Co., Ltd.), 701*
  • 22-MW, Fasnakyle Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 553*
  • 15,000-kW Gas-Turbine Driven, 216*
  • — — 1,000-kW,- Gas-Turbine Driven (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • 700-kW Gas-Turbine Driven, Coventry Gasworks; 740*
  • 15-MW, Gas-Turbine Driven, Trafford Power Station, 335*
  • 105-MVA, Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 585*, 618*
  • 530-kW, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • — —- Impulse, 1,500-kV, Brush Electrical
  • Engineering Co., Ltd., 172*
  • 450-kW (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 583
  • at 60-MW Pass-Out Power Station at Wilton Works, 830*
  • 31-5-MW, Plymouth “B” Power Station, 674*
  • 220-kW, for Power Generation from Hot Spring, 660*, 691*
  • 85-MVA, Tavazzano Power Station, 136*
  • Generator. Electric. 50-MW, Unitised with Reheater Boiler at Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 571, 802*, 836
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Geneva Mechanisms for Intermittent Motions, 57*, 91*, 123*, 156*
  • Genoa, “ Concenter ” Power Station, 135* Geodesy (Review), 493
  • Geological Research and Its Application, 702, 738
  • Geophysical Prospecting, Vol. II (Review), 460 German Bicycle with Aluminium-Allov Frame, 721*
  • — Iron and Steel Industry, Developments, 273
  • — Railways, Sulzer Diesel Locomotives for,
  • 830*
  • “ Germanic,” S.S., 1874, 387* Germanium, Researches on, 517
  • Germany, Education of Engineers in, 70, 117, 165
  • Giffen, Prof. E„ on Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6*
  • Gilchrist, J. D., on Size Distribution of Coke in Blast Furnaces, 805*, 838*
  • Girder, Bridge, Cast-Iron, Northwich, Repairs to, 613
  • — Steel, Arc-Welding Machine for (Fusarc,
  • Ltd.), 645*
  • — See also Beams ; Bridges ; Floors
  • Girling, Ltd., “ Hydrastatic ” Disc Brake for Motor Cars, 540*
  • Glacier Metal Co., Ltd., Centrifugal Oil Separator' for Commercial Vehicle Engines, 678*
  • Glasgow, Industrial Physics Conference. See Physics, Institute of
  • — University, Training of Research Physicists
  • at, 55, 86. See LETTER, 179
  • — Water Department, Extensions to Supply,
  • 119; Annual Report, 343
  • Glass Grinding, Test Rig for, 659*
  • — Models for Stress Determination. See
  • Photo-Elastic
  • Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 457*, 489*, 507, 553*
  • — Moriston Hydro-Electric Scheme, 343 Glendale, California, Applied Research Laboratories, “ Quantometer,” 53*
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., Centenary of Firm, 401*; Gates and Valves for Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 458*; Valve Equipment for Claerwen Dam, 562*
  • Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd., “ Javelin ” All- Weather Fighter, 309*
  • Godfrey, C., on Improved Heat Transfer in Waste-Heat Boilers, 275. See 103*
  • Godfrey, Sir G„ and Partners, Ltd., Air-Conditioning Plant for “ Britannia ” Air Liner, 260*
  • Gold Coast Government, Volta River Aluminium Scheme, 699, 729
  • Goldstein, A., on Flexibility Coefficient Methods and Shell Design, 105*
  • Golightly, L„ the Late, 502
  • Gordon, J. B., on Plastics in Engineering, 701 770. See 666. See LETTER, 764
  • Government Paper on Denationalisation of
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 145. See Erratum, 285
  • — Policy and Full Employment, 377. See
  • LETTERS, 508, 604, 700
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • — Research and National Security, 357 Governor Gear for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 337 for 34,500-h.p. Hydraulic Turbine, 553* for 50-MW Turbo-Generators, Unitised
  • with Reheater Boilers, 802*
  • — for Water Turbines, 635
  • Gradec, Ltd., Electrically-Heated Muffle Furnace, 253*
  • Grader, Motor, 100-b.h.p. “ Aveling-Austin ” (Aveling-Barford, Ltd.), 597*
  • — — “ Carlisle ” (J. B. Hodge and Co., Ltd.),
  • 596*
  • “ Galion 118 ” (Galion (Great Britain), Ltd.), 595*
  • — Rear, “ Sapper ” Tractor-Mounted (D.
  • Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 725*
  • Grain Boundaries in Metals, Institute of Metals
  • Informal Discussion, 529
  • — Discharging Equipment, Port of Dublin, 2*
  • — Refinement in Cast Metals, 461
  • Grand Junction Water Company, History of, 605, 622
  • “ Granor ” Shaping Machine, 435* Grass Drier Tests by National Institute of
  • Agricultural Engineering, 148 Transportable (Alpema Agricultural Ma
  • chinery Development Co., Ltd.), 11* Grates. See Stoker
  • Graving Dock. See Docfc Gray, J. M., Steering Gear of, 706* Grease Lubricator, High-Pressure (C. C. Wakefield and Co., Ltd.), 126*
  • Great Britain, Education of Engineers in, 200
  • — — Water Supply in, 343
  • — Eastern Railway, “ Decapod ” Locomotive
  • of, 763
  • “ Great Eastern,” S.S., Steering Engine of, 706*
  • — Lakes Canals and River St. Lawrence, 549*,
  • 612
  • — Yarmouth, Callender-Hamilton Road
  • Bridge, 775*
  • Green-Crop Cutter and Loader (Featherstone Agricultural, Ltd.), 73*
  • Greenaway, H. T„ on Constitutional Diagram of Chromium-Tungsten System, 529
  • Greenfield, Dr. P., on Constitution of Copper-
  • Zinc-Germanium' Alloys, 528
  • Greenford, Shell Roof at, Travelling Shutter for, 186*
  • Greenwell, T. W., and Co., Dry-Dock Reconstruction, Sunderland, 525*
  • Greenwich, Royal Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 572, 624; Time Ball at, 603. See LETTER, 669
  • Gregory, Sir R„ the Late, 381 Gregson, Capt. (E) W„ on Waste-Heat Gas
  • Turbine Plant, Coventry Gasworks, 740* Griffiths, Sir W. T., the Late, 180* Grimston Astor, Ltd., Aluminium Motor
  • Launch “ Tonquin,” 188* Grinding, Glass, Test Rig for, 659*
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Grjotheim, K., on Thermodynamic Calculation of Slag Equilibria, 766. See 786
  • Gross, Dr. N., on Stresses in Drumheads for Cylindrical. Vessels, 40*; on Stress Probing : Rapid Method for Stress Surveying, 97* ; on Investigations on Short-Radius Pipe Bends, 795
  • Guest Keen Baldwins Iron arid Steel Co., Ltd. Dowlais Foundry, 33*. See LETTER, 180,
  • “ Guilio Cesare,” M.S., Atlantic Liner, 604
  • Guillet, Prof. L., on Thermo-Elastic Analysis of Transformations in Copper Alloys, 528
  • Guinness., A., Son, and Co., Ltd., Dublin, Power Station and Refrigeration Plant, 22
  • Gullick, G. M., the Late, 669
  • Gunmetal Castings, Leaded, Metal/Mould Reaction in, 462
  • Gurney, Prof. C., on Effect of Surface Conditions on Strength of Brittle Materials, 797. See 828
  • Guthrie, J. T., the Late, 270
  • Guy, B., on Full Employment, 508. See 377. See LETTERS, 604, 700
  • Guylee, F., and Son, Ltd., “Archer” Tapping Attachment, 432*
  • Guyson Equipment, Ltd., Shot-Blast Cabinet, 512*
  • HACKING, Sir J., on Electrical Training and Future Developments, 190
  • Haines, H. R., on Application of Polarised Light to Metallography, 461; on Metallography of Uranium, 461
  • Halcrow, Sir W., and Partners, Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 457*, 489*, 507, 553* ; Reconstruction of T. W. Greenwell and Co.’s Dry Docks, Sunderland, 525*; Claerwen Dam, 530*, 559* ; Volta River Hydro-Electric Scheme, 699, 729
  • Hall, E., the Late, 438
  • Hall, J. and E., Ltd., Refrigerating Plant for Air-Conditioning Plant, 171
  • Halton, Royal Air Force School of Technical Training, 211
  • Hamburg, Shell Harburg Refinery, Laying Pipe Lines on River Bed, 383*
  • Hammers. See Machine Tools
  • — Mill, Tractor-Mounted (Scottish Mechanical
  • Light Industries, Ltd.), 41*
  • Hampton to Chingford 75-in. Water Main, 709
  • Handley Page, Ltd., “ Marathon ” Navigation Trainer Aeroplane, 348*
  • Handling Plants, Coal and Coke, Howden-on Tyne Gasworks, 810*
  • Harbour, Auckland, Proposed Bridge, 673*
  • — Dublin, Developments at, 1*, 814*
  • —- See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardinge Machine Tools, Ltd., 11-in. Swing Centre Lathe, 478*
  • Hardingham, R. E., on Maintaining Airworthiness in Operation, 551
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Harland, Sir E. J., Shipbuilding Work of, 385* Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Whale Factory Ship “ Juan Peron,” 197* ; Motor Canal Boat of High-Tensile Steel, 256* ; .Ships Built by, 386*, 417*; 34,500-h.p. Hydraulic Turbine Alternator, 553*
  • Harrington, T., Ltd., 41-Seat Commer-Harring- ton Motor Coach, 501*
  • Harris, Dr. H., on Research by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., at Renfrew, 179. See' LETTERS, 84, 213
  • Harris, T. R„ on Letters of A. Wolff (1766- 1837), 84
  • Harrison, J. W„ the Late, 662
  • Harrison, T. S„ and Sons, Ltd., 14-in. Swing Centre Lathe, 434*
  • Harrow, Folding, “ Teasdale ” (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 42*
  • — Tandem-Disc, Tractor-Mounted (H. Fer
  • guson, Ltd.), 724*
  • Harrow-Wealdstone Railway Accident Inquiry, 507
  • Harspranget 350-MW Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 585*, 617* ; Transformers, Switchgear and Cables, 748*, 781*
  • Harvester, Combine, Self-Propelled (Massey- Harris, Ltd.), 787*
  • — — Tractor-Drawn (Massey-Harris, Ltd.),
  • 72*
  • — — Tractor-Hauled (Marshall, Sons and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 787*
  • Tractor-Mounted, 149*
  • Harvey, E. M., the Late, 790
  • Harvey, R. J„ 10-ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 755*
  • Harwell, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Isotope School at, 549
  • Hastie, J., and Co., Ltd., Electro-Hydraulic Steering Engine, 707*
  • Haswell, J. H. R., Oil-Storage Depot, Canvey Island, 801
  • Hatfield Technical College, Opening of, 796
  • Hawarden Bridge Steelworks, Shotton, Blast Furnace and Steel Melting Plant, 215*
  • Hawes, P. E„ on Reading Technical College, 84 Hawker Aircraft, Ltd., Northern Heights Model
  • Flying Club’s Annual Gala, 51; “ Hunter ” Single-Seat Fighter, 309*
  • Hawksley Lecture on Work-Hardening of Metals, 667
  • Hawthorn, R. and W., Leslie and Co., Ltd., 1,200- h.p. Gas Turbine in M.S. “ Auris,” 639
  • Health, Public, Engineering, Courses on, Report on, 83
  • Hearth, Pipe-Bending, Gas-Fired (Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Co., Ltd.), 644*
  • Heat Balance for 700-kW Gas Turbine, 740*
  • — Engines. See Engines; Turbines ; Aero
  • nautics
  • — Exchangers;Extended Surfaces for (Sunrod,
  • Ltd.), 745*
  • for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 335*
  • — Insulating Materials for Ships, 690
  • — Insulation Researches in Australia, 828
  • — from Sun, Utilisation of, 601, 607, 645, 679
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Heat Transfer, Improved, in Waste-Heat
  • Boilers, 103*. See LETTER, 275 in Nozzle at Supersonic Speeds, 281*
  • — — in “ Sunrod ” Elements, 745*
  • — Waste. See Waste Heat
  • Heater, Air, Portable, for Crops (Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 12*
  • — Cabinet, Gasanair, Chandos, 767*. See
  • Errata, 797
  • — Feed-Water. See Feed-Water
  • — Fuel-Oil, Application of “ Sunrod ” System
  • to, 745*
  • — Induction, 30-kW (Radio Heaters, Ltd.),
  • 435*
  • — Kerosene Combustion, “ Lucas,” for De-
  • Icing “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 594*
  • ?—and Mixer for Tar-Macadam Plant (Sto- thert and Pitt, Ltd.), 627*
  • — Roller, 30-kW Electric (Metropolitan-
  • Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 584
  • — and Stoves, Code of Practice for, 320 Heating Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • — Electric, Domestic, and Power Supply, 29.
  • See LETTER, 84
  • — Problems in Atomic Energy Establishments,
  • 62, 89
  • — Space, by Gas (Chandos Engineering Co.,
  • Ltd.), 767*. See Errata, 797
  • — System, British European Airways Engi
  • neering-Base Building, 556*
  • — and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of,
  • Ventilation and Heating Problems in Atomic Energy Establishments, by W. L. Wilson, 62, 89
  • Heavy Electrical-Plant Consultative Council, Formation of, 179
  • Hecla and Calumet Story: Red Metal (Review), 196
  • Hedge-Cutting and Shrub-Clearing Machine (J. Foster and Co., Ltd.), 73*
  • Heenan and Froude, Ltd., Universal Wire and Strip Forming Machine, 396* Helicopters. See Aeronautics
  • Helmer, C. H., on Vector Method of Solving Vibration Problems, 620*, 685*, 796. See LETTER, 795
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., 36-in. Swing Combination Turret Lathe, 361* ; Capstan Lathe for Non-Ferrous Components, 361*
  • Herbert, E. G., Ltd., “Olsen” Ductility- Testing Machine, 433*
  • Herstmonceux Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 572, 624
  • Hewitt, J., and Son (Fenton), Ltd., “ Pip ”- Placing Machine for Pottery Industry, 578*
  • Hick, Dr. W. E., on Skill and the Airman, 369 Hickson, R., Shipbuilding at Belfast by, 385 High Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials) “ Highway ” Earth-Boring Machine, 627 —- See Roads
  • Hilger and Watts, Ltd., A Photoelectric Absorptionmeter, 191*
  • Hill, Prof. A. V., on Ethical Dilemma of Science, 310, 356. See 305, 335 •
  • Hill Pterodactyl Aeroplane of 1925, 350* Hirsch, Dr. P. B., on Crystalline Character of
  • Abrasive Surfaces, 689. See 750
  • H. M.SS. See under Warships Hobbing Machines, Gear. See Gear under
  • Machine Tools
  • Hoblyn, Dr. E. J. T., on Chemical Engineers in Industry, 455. See 445
  • Hodge, J. Blackwood and Co., Ltd., “ Carlisle ” Motor Grader, 596*
  • Hodieme, F. A., on Softening of Cold-Drawn Stainless Steels, 818
  • Hoe, Gang Steerage (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 12*
  • — Rotary, Trailing (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 756* Hoist, Spare-Wheel, on “ Trusty ” Motor
  • Chassis (Transport Equipment (Thorny- croft), Ltd.), 499*
  • — See also Cranes ; Gantries
  • Hoisting Machinery: Winches and Cranes (Review), 262
  • — and Winching Machine, Manual (C. E.
  • Simms Engineering, Ltd.), 359*
  • Holbrook Machine Tool Co., Ltd1., 30-in. Tool- Room Lathe with Electronic Equipment, 393*; 13-in. High-Speed Tool-Room
  • Lathe, 393*
  • Holden, J., “ Decapod ” Locomotive of Great Eastern Railway, 763
  • Holland and Hannen and Cubitts, Ltd., British
  • European Airways Engineering-Base Building, 521*, 556*
  • — Scheveningen Meetings of International
  • Electrotechnical Commission, 411
  • — See also Netherlands
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., Drilling Equipment for Use at Wolf Rock, 265*
  • Holmes-Connersville Gas Meter, 810*
  • Holmes, W. C., and Co., Ltd., Wet Purification
  • Plant and Benzole Plant, Howden-on- Tyne Gasworks, 810*, 813*
  • Holroyd, J., and Co., Ltd., Duplex Automatic Ending and Centring Machine, 396*
  • Homer, Dr. C. E., on Softening of Cold-
  • Drawn Stainless Steels, 818
  • Hoover Medal, Presentation to C. D. Howe, 444 Hordern, Mason and Edwards, Ltd., Double
  • Action, Rising-Table, Drawing Press, 435* “ Horn-draulic ” Loader for “Cropmaster” Tractor, 42*
  • Horsley Towers Training Centre for Electricity-Supply Employees, 400
  • Hot-Dip Coating, Flow of Liquid Metal in, 414 Howard, Brig. H. R., on Ten Years of R.E.M.E.
  • 732. See 441. See LETTERS, 539, 827. See Krratiwn, 576
  • Howard, J., and Co., Ltd., Reconstruction of
  • Barry Commercial Dry Dock, 641*;
  • Oil-Storage Depot, Canvey Island, 801 Howarth, O., on Parallel Operation of Private and Public Electricity Systems, 230 Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, Reconstruction, 809*
  • Howe, C. D., Presentation of Hoover Medal to, 444
  • Howell, A., on Operation of Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 571, 802*, 836
  • Hudson, Dr. J. 0., on Phosphate Coatings as
  • Basis for Painting Steel, 646
  • Hudson, R., the Late, 438
  • Human Relations in Industry, 474. See LETTER, 636
  • Humber, Ltd., 113-b.h.p. “ Super Snipe ” Motor Car, 564*
  • Hume-Rothery, Dr. W., on Electron Compounds in Alloys of Copper and Silver, 528; on Equilibrium Diagrams of Copper- Gallium Alloys, 528; on Constitution of Nickel-Vanadium Alloys, 529 ; on Equilibrium Diagrams of Nickel-Manganese Alloys, 529; on Equilibrium Diagram of Copper-Indium Alloys, 529
  • Humphreys and Glasgow, Ltd., Carburetted- Water-Gas Plant, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • Humphreys, H. S., the Late, 344
  • Humphris and Sons, Ltd., 20-ton Inclinable- Crank Press, 479*
  • Hunt, H., and Sons, Ltd., Twist-Drill Fluting Machine, 395*
  • Hunter, P. V,, on Organisation of Electrical Industry, 29. See 18
  • — Single-Seater Fighter Aircraft, 309* Hurel-DUbois H.D.10 Light Aeroplane, 349* Hutchinson, Col. T. M„ the Late, 243 Hydraulic Car for Loading Tractor Drawbars,
  • 148*
  • — Equipment, Applications of, 711, 742
  • — Laboratories, Instruction and Research in,
  • 731
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools Hydraulic and Mechanical Developments, Ltd.,
  • Glandless Centrifugal Pump, 511*'
  • — Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • — Pumps. See Pump
  • — Turbines. See Turbines ; Power Plant Hydraulics Research Board, Report of
  • 1947-51, 825
  • — See also Hydrodynamics ; Irrigation ; Water Hydrodynamic Forces on Hydraulic Piston
  • Valves, 588*
  • Hydrodynamics, Fluid Flow in Pipes (Review), 653
  • — Water Hammer in Pipe Lines, 148. See
  • LETTERS, 212, 380, 572, 636
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Hydromechanics Research Association, British, Work of, 477
  • Hymatlc Engineering Co., Ltd., 1-h.p. Electrically-Driven Air Compressor Unit, 743*
  • ICE. See Refrigeration
  • Ignition Systems, Motor-Car, Suppressors for, 731
  • Illumination. See Light; Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Synthetic Resins for Foundry Use, 87; Rigid Polyvinyl-Chloride Sheet, 167; 204-h.p. Diesel Locomotive, 250* ; 60-MW Power Station for Wilton Factory of, 830*
  • — College of Science and Technology, Report
  • on Public-Health Engineering Courses, 83 Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd., Whiting Cupola at Dowlais Works, 33*; Normalising Furnace for Welded Steel Tubes, 67*; Model of Balanced-Hearth Walking-Beam Gas-Fired Furnace, 512*
  • — Lamps. See Lamps under Electric '
  • “ Independence,” S.S., Atlantic Liner, 604 Indermuhle, P„ on Contemporary Methods of Watch Production, 826
  • India, .Calcutta, Pipe-Fabrication Works of Stewarts and Lloyds of India, Ltd., 267*
  • — Central Board of Irrigation, Annual Report
  • Of (Review), 196
  • — Jamshedpur, Steel-Tube Works of Tata
  • Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., 269
  • — Lower Bhavani Dam, 777*
  • — Population and Food Supply in, 311
  • — Rubber. See Rubber
  • — Utilisation of Solar Energy in, 601, 607,
  • 645, 679
  • Indian Metre-Gauge Railways, Passenger Locomotive for, 575*
  • Indicating Instruments for Aircraft, Speci- _ fication, 79
  • Indicators, Direct-Reading, Universal, for Machine Tools (English Numbering Machines, Ltd.), 265
  • — Steam-Flow, for Locomotive Testing, 25* Induction Motor. See Motor, Electric Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Alcohol. See Alcohol
  • — Centres, Notes From, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142,
  • 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 338, 374, 406, 438, 470, 502, 534, 566, 598, 630, 662, 694, 726, 758, 790, 822. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Physics Conference, Glasgow. See Physics,
  • Institute of
  • Industrial _ Products (Speco), Ltd., Check Weighing Machine for Small Packages, 771*
  • — Relationships and Joint Consultation
  • (Review), 474. See LETTER, 636
  • — Research. See Research
  • Industries, British, Federation of. See Federation
  • Survey of Research and Development in, 137
  • — Place of Meteorology in, 54
  • — Safety Footwear in, Conference on, 379
  • — Static Electricity in, Hazards from, 548.
  • See LETTER, 604
  • — Training for, Exhibition, London, 603
  • — See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Infllco Inc., Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank Eactory, Cleveland, Ohio, 681*
  • Influence Lines for Support Moments in Continuous Beams, 230*
  • Information Services in Industrial Society, 403, 409
  • Ingot, Steel 270-ton, for Boiler Drum (English Steel Corporation, Ltd.), 63*
  • — — Temperature Distribution in, Investi
  • gations on, 721
  • Ink, Flaw-Detection Fluorescent Magnetic (Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 648* Inland Navigation. See Canals ; Rivers, etc.
  • — Waterways and Docks Executive, British
  • Transport Commission’s Annual Report, 81
  • 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
  • Society, Royal; Agricultural Society, Royal; Aluminium Development Association ; American Society for Engineering Education ; Arts, Royal Society of ; Aslib ; Birmingham Private Fire Brigades Association ; Brassfounding Association, National; Bridge and Structural Engineering, International Association for ; British Aircraft Constructors, Society of; British Association ; British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education; British Steel Founders’ Association; British Waterworks Association; Bronze and Brass Founders, Association of; Cement and Concrete Association; Chemical,Industry, Society of; Civil Engineers, American Society of; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Electrical Engineers, Institution of ; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Engineers, Society of; Faraday House Old Students’ Association ; Fuel, Institute of; Gas Engineers, Institution of; Helicopter Association (under Aeronautics); Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland ; Junior Institution of Engineers; Locomotive Engineers, Institution of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metal Fixing Association ; Metals, Institute of ; Metallurgists, Institution of; Mining Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Association of; Mining Engineers, Institution of; Mining and Mechanical Engineers, North of England Institute; Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of; Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Society of; Naval Architects, Institution of; Naval Architects, Italian Association of; Newcomen Society; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders ; Physics, Institute of; Plastics Institute I Production Engineers, Institution of; Public Lighting Engineers, Association of; Royal Institution; Royal Society ; Seaweed Utilisation Society; Scientific Instrument Manufacturers’ Association; Short-Circuit Testing Authorities, Association of; Statistical Society, Royal; Structural Engineers, Institution of; Transport, Institute of
  • Instruments, Astronomical, Historic, at Greenwich Observatory, 572
  • — Electronic, in Research and Industry,
  • Symposium on, 307
  • — Indicating, for Aircraft, Specification, 79
  • — Physical, Use in Metallurgy, 21
  • — Roundness-Measuring (Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd.), 367*
  • — Scientific, Research Association, British,
  • Laboratories, 659*
  • — for Sound and Vibration Analysis, 286*
  • — Temperature-Recording, Chart Ranges for,
  • Specification, 47
  • — Transformers and Electricity Meters (Re
  • view), 652
  • — See also Aeronazdics ; Electric Insulation. See Heat; Electric
  • Intake to Harspranget Hydro-Electric Power Station, 617*
  • — Tunnel, Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 491*
  • Intercooler for 15-MW Gas Turbine, 335* Internal-Oombustion Engines. See Aeronautics; Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors ; Turbine, Gas
  • International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, Annual Report, 603
  • — Commercial Motor Show, Earl’s Court,
  • 412*, 436*, 467*, 498*
  • — Congress for Bridge and Structural Engi
  • neering, Cambridge, Reports of Proceedings, 275, 297, 307, 427, 493
  • on Rheology, Oxford, 1953, Arrangements for, 266
  • Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Istanbul, 344
  • — Electrotechnical Commission, Scheveningen
  • Meetings, 411
  • — Laboratory for Nuclear Research, Proposal
  • for, 51
  • — Machine Tool Exhibition, Olympia, 321*,
  • 361*, 393*, 431*, 478*, 511*
  • — Motor Show, Earl’s Court, 540*, 563*
  • — Symposium of Chemistry of Cement,
  • Programme, 243 ; Proceedings, 379
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Interplanetary Travel, Introduction to Tdea of, and Rocket Propulsion (Review), 620 Inventions. See Patents
  • Iraq, Kirkuk-Banias Oil Pipeline, Opening of, 667
  • Ireland, Power Spinning in, 509, 771
  • Irish Construction Co., Ltd., Dry Dock, Port of Dublin, 815*
  • — Turf Board, Peat Winning at Clonast Bog,
  • 22
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Council, Joint, Annual Convention, Dis
  • cussion on Co-operation Between Purchaser and Supplier in Its Design and Research Aspects, 546
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • Iron Liquid, Phosphorus-Oxygen Equilibria in, 765, 786
  • — Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — and Steel Act, 1949, Bill for Repeal of,
  • 145, 633. See Erratum, 285
  • Corporation of Great Britain, Report of. 241
  • Federation. British, on Future Low- Shaft Blast Furnaces, 24S
  • Industry, Denationalisation of, Proposals for. 145, 633. See Erratum, 285

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Special Summer Meeting, Swansea : Programme, 247
  • Proceedings, 510, 539. See 382*, 649* H.M. the Queen Grants Her Patronage to Institute, 510
  • Visits and Excursions, 510
  • Autumn General Meeting, London:
  • Programme. 613
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 699
  • Reports of Discussions, 721, 765, 78.6, 818 Cooling of Rimming Steel Ingots in Casting Pit, by Dr. R. T. Fowler and L. H. W. Savage, 721
  • Time Studies from Casting to Rolling, by Dr. A. V. Brancker, J. Stringer and L. H. W. Savage, 721
  • Mould and Ingot Surface Temperature Measurement, by Dr. A. V. Brancker, 721
  • Ingot-Mould Temperature Measurements, by Dr. R. T. Fowler and J. Stringer, 721
  • Addition of Boron to Steel by Reduction from Boron Oxide, by G. E. Speight, 818
  • Effect of Direction of Rolling, Dire'ction of Straining, and Ageing on Mechanical Properties of Mild-Steel Plate, by Dr. C. F. Tipper, 818
  • Rapid Softening of Cold-Drawn Austenitic Stainless Steels, by F. A. Hodierne and Dr. C. E. Homer, 818
  • Discussion on Thermodynamics of Steel Making:
  • Development of Active Mixer Practice at Applebv-Frodingham, by A. Jackson, 765. See 786
  • Thermodynamic Properties of Silicon Monoxide, by Drs. N. C. Tombs and A. J. E. Welch, 765. See 786
  • Phosphorus-Oxygen Equilibrium in Liquid Iron, by Drs. J. B. Bookey,
  • E. D. Richardson and. A. J. E. Welch, 765. See 786
  • Free Energies of Formation of Tricalcium and Tetracalcium Phosphates, by Dr.
  • J. B. Bookey, 766. See 786
  • Free Energy of Formation of Magnesium Phosphate, by Dr. J. B. Bookey, 766. See 786 ,
  • Effect of Sodium Oxide Additions to Steel-Making Slags. Part II. Dephosphoration of Steel by Soda Slags, by Drs. W. Maddocks and E. T. Turkdogan, 766. See 786 Phase-Equilibrium Investigation of the Na2O-P2O6-SiO2 Ternary System, by Drs. W. R. Maddocks and E. T. Turkdogan, 766. See 786
  • Thermodynamics of Substances of Interest in Iron and Steel Making. III. Sulphides, by Dr. F. D. Richardson and J. H. E. Jeffes, 766. See 786 Stoichiometric Combustion Method for Determination of Sulphur in Slags, by C. J. B. Fincham and Dr. F. D. Richardson, 766. See 7S6
  • Thermodynamic Calculation of Slag Equilibria, by Dr. H. Flood and
  • K. Grjotheim, 766. See 786
  • Discussion on Corrosion of Steel:
  • Phosphate Coatings as Basis for Painting Steel by Dr. J. C. Hudson, 646 Corrosion by Retained Treatment Chemicals in Phosphated Steel Surfaces, by
  • • Drs. S. G. Clarke and E. E. Longhurst, 646
  • Tentative Analytical Tests for Phosphate Coatings on Steel, by R. St. J. Preston, R. H. Settle and J. B. L. Worthington, 646
  • Second Report of Methods of Testing (Corrosion) Sub-Committee, 646
  • Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland, Size Distribution as Quality Factor of Blast-Furnace Coke, bv J. Taylor and J. D. Gilchrist, 805*, 838*
  • Productivity Team Report on, 17
  • Research Association, British, Torquemeter for Industrial Applications, 20*, 36* ; Measurement of Strip Tension in Tandem Mills, 232*, 262*: Productivity Conference, 612
  • Technology, Developments and Trends in, Report on, 273
  • — — Works. See Works
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Welding. See JFeZrfwg
  • ?— See also Cast Iron ; Steel; Metallurgy
  • Ironfounding, Conference on Training for, Report of, 475
  • — Improvements in, 546
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Columns; Steelwork; Structures
  • Irrigation, Central Board of, India, Annual Report of (Review), 1^6
  • — Project, Southern India, Lower Bhavanl
  • Dam, 777*
  • — Schemes in Central Valley, California, 4*,
  • 38*, 425*, 463*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Isaac Newton Observatory, 100-in. Telescope, Progress with, 625
  • Istanbul, International Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 344
  • “ Istrian,” S.S., 1867, 387*
  • Italian Meeting of Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects, Institution of
  • Italy, Electricity Supply in, 134*
  • Ivor Works, Dowlais, 33*. See LETTER, 180
  • JACK, PROF. D. T., on Full Employment in Retrospect, 377. See LETTERS, 508, 604, 700
  • Jackman, Geo., Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Horizontal 72-in. Disc Grinding Machine, 332*
  • Jackson, A., on Active Mixer Practice at Appleby-Frodingham, 765. See 786
  • Jackson, J. B., on Operation of Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 571, 802*, 836
  • James, R. T., and Partners, Cambridge University Engineering Department Buildings, 669*
  • Jamshedpur, India, Steel-Tube Works of Tata Iron and Steel Co., 269
  • Jane’s Fighting Ships, 1952-53 (Review), 794 “ Javelin ” All-Weather Fighter Aircraft, 309* Jeffes, J. H. E., on Thermodynamics of
  • Sulphides in Steel Making, 766. See 786
  • Jenkins, Dr. I., on Diffusion Coatings, 689. See 750
  • Jenkins, R. S., on Theory of New Forms of Shells, 106
  • Jenkinspn, J. M. and Son, Swinden Laboratories, Rotherham, 150*
  • Jessop, H. T., on Scope and Limitations of Photo-Elastic Stress Analysis, 833*
  • Jetties at Oil-Storage Depot, Canvey Island, 801
  • -— Oil, at Port of Dublin, 1*, 814*
  • — at Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 705*
  • Jones, A. A., and Shipman, Ltd., Profile Precision Grinder, 478*
  • Jones, D. E., on Fixed End Moments in Beams with Linear Haunches, 381*. See 68*
  • Jones, E. H. (Machine Tools), Ltd., Lodge &
  • Shipley Right-Angle Chucking Lathe, 479*
  • Jones, Sir H. S., on Greenwich Time Ball, 669. See 603
  • Johnson, A. J., on Structural Behaviour of Marine Engine Seatings, 755
  • Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., Manufacture of Aluminium-Sheathed Electric Cables,404*. See Erratum, 476 ; Cables and Transformers for Trostre Tin-Plate Wojks, 649
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • “ Juan Peron ” Whale Factory Ship (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 197*
  • Jubilee of Williams and Womersley, Ltd., 571 “ Junior ” Centre Lathe, 322*
  • ' — Institution of Engineers, Presidential Address by Air Comdre. F. R. Banks on Air and the Future, 799, 835
  • — Sifter, 647*
  • KAPP, R. O., PROF., on Calculation of Transmission Line Constants, 315. See 401. See Errata, 380
  • Karlstads Mekaniska Werkstad, A.B., 96-MW
  • Francis Turbines, 585*, 617*
  • Karrier Motors, Ltd., Chassis for 85-h.p.
  • Motor Lorry with Underfloor Engine, 498*
  • Kearns, H. W., Ltd., Planer-Table Horizontal
  • Boring Machine, 325* ; Tool-Room Boring Machine with Optical Measuring System, 325*
  • Keir, J. L., and Co., Ltd., Jetties at Oil-Storage
  • Depot, Canvey Island, 801
  • Keith-Lucas, D., on Shape of Wings to Come, 349*. See 402
  • Kendall, E. H„ Forge for Solid Railway Wheel Production, 713*, 752*
  • Kendall and Gent, Ltd., Vertical Milling Machines, 321*
  • Kennedy and Donkin, Ltd., Glen Affric Hydro-
  • Electric Scheme, 457*, 489*, 507, 553* Kennedy, T., Water Meter of, 401
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Continuous pH Recorder and Controller, 451*
  • — Waterworks Company, History of, 605, 622 Kentish Coalfields, Geology of, 702
  • Kerry, River, Weir Regulating on, Gairloch Hydro-Electric Scheme, 173*
  • Kerry’s (Great Britain), Ltd., Britan Repetition Lathe, 479*
  • King-Pin Remover, “ Staffa ” (Chamberlain Industries, Ltd.), 31*
  • — College, London, Physics and Engineering
  • Laboratories at, 23*. See Krrata, 34
  • — Lynn Factory of Fropax (Ware), Ltd., Shell
  • Roof at, 186
  • Kirk o’ Shotts Television Station, 204* Kirkuk-Banias Oil Pipeline, Iraq, Opening of, 667
  • Kirkup, J. G., the Late, 438
  • Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., Drilling, Boring and Tapping Machine, 128*; Pipe-Flange Facing Machines, 173* ; 3-ft. 6-in. Radial Drilling Machine, 435* ; 12-in. “ Orme- rod ” Shaping Machine, 435*
  • Klinger, R„ Ltd., Ring Gutting Machine, 776*
  • Knowler, H., on Development of Flying-Boat
  • Air Liner, 451*, 485*. See 402
  • Kodak Contour Projector (G. E. Marbaix, Ltd.), 367*
  • Kolbuszewski, J., on Laboratory Reproduction of Field Density of Sand, 700*
  • Koninklijke N.V. Nederlandsche Vliegtuigen- fabriek, Fokker-Eckold Shaping Machine for Sheet Metal, 77*
  • Kootenay Lake, British Columbia, 10,656-ft.
  • Span Transmission-Line Across, 454* Kramer, J. Bo the Late, 207
  • LABORATORIES, Australian Aeronautical Research, Suction-Wing Glider, 350*
  • — of British Cast Iron Research Association, 53*
  • Laboratories, British Scientific Instrument Research Association, 659*
  • — Chemical Research, Work of, 415 ; Under-ground-Corrosion Inhibition by Tannates, 829
  • — Engineering, Cambridge University, 669*
  • — Fatigue-Testing, of British Welding Re
  • search Association, Abington, 12*. See Errata, 158
  • — High-Voltage, Brush Electrical Engineering
  • Co., Ltd., Loughborough, 172*
  • — Hydraulic, Instruction and Research in, 731
  • — International, for Nuclear Research, Pro
  • posal for, 51
  • — Physical-Chemistry, Fulmer Research Insti
  • tute, 514*
  • — Physics and Engineering, King’s College,
  • London, 23*. See Errata, 34
  • — Radio-Chemical, Heating and Ventilation
  • in, 62, 89
  • — Reproduction of Density of Sand, 700*
  • — Research, Applied, Glendale, California,
  • “ Quantometer,” 53*
  • — Road Research, Exhibits at Public Works
  • Exhibition, 574 ; Diesel-Driven Soil-Boring Machine, 805*
  • — Soil Mechanics, Cambridge University, 671*
  • — Standards, Australian National, Work of,
  • 785, 827
  • — Swinden, Rotherham, for Steel Research,
  • 150*
  • — See also NaZionaZ Physical

Labour:

  • Apprentice-Training School of Rolls- Royce Ltd., 107*, 115
  • — — in Shipbuilding Industry, 639 Conference on Training for Ironfounding,
  • Report of, 475
  • Demarcation Practices, Influences on Productivity, 742
  • Electricity-Supply Employees, Training of, 400
  • Employment in Great Britain, 1951, 411 Full Employment in Retrospect, 377. See LETTERS, 508, 604, 700
  • Industrial Accidents. See AccitfenZs
  • — Relationships and Joint Consultation (Review), 474. See LETTER, 636 Labour in Coal Mines, 50
  • — Conditions in Cuba, 634
  • — and National Service, Ministry of, Re
  • port on Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 410 ; Annual Report, 1951, 411
  • — Notes, 24, 56, 88, 120, 152, 184, 216, 248, 280, 312, 348, 384, 416, 448, 480, 512, 544, 576, 608, 640, 672, 704, 736, 768, 800, 832. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Welders, Training by Harland <t Wolff, Ltd., 419
  • Work-Study Application and Training (Review), 506
  • Workmen and Safety Provisions in Factory Acts, 214
  • Lagan, River, Belfast, Shipbuilding on, 385*, 402, 417*
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation Laing, J., <t Son, Ltd., Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 674*
  • Lake Kootenay, British Columbia, 10,656-ft. Span Transmission-Line Across, 454*
  • — Maracaibo, Venezuela, Diesel-Electric Oil-
  • Well Drilling Barge for, 583*
  • Lamb, J., 1,200-h.p. Gas Turbine in M.S. “ Auris,” 639
  • Lambeth Water Company, History of, 605, 622 Lambie, J. B., on Counting Strain Gauge, 168* Lamps, Electric. See Electric
  • Lancashire and South Yorkshire, Notes from, 14,
  • 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 338, 374, 406, 438, 470, 502, 534, 566, 598, 630, 662, 694, 726, 758, 790, 822. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Lancet ” Omnibus Chassis, 437*
  • Lane, P. H. R., on Stresses in Drumheads for Cylindrical Vessels, 40* ; on Stress Probing : Rapid Method for Stress Surveying, 97*
  • Lang, J., and Sons, Ltd., 20-24-in. Swing Lathe with Hydraulic Copying Attachment, 322* ; “ Junior" Centre Lathe, 322*
  • Langley Aerodrome, Northern Heights Model Flying Club’s Annual Gala at, 51
  • Lansing-Bagnall, Ltd., Mobile Loading Platform, 29*
  • Lantern and Column, Street-Lighting, Concrete, (Crompton and Parkinson, Ltd.), 486* Lapointe Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Vertical Hydraulic Broaching Machine, 479*
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Latin America, Engineering Training Mission to, 179
  • Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • — and Trial Trips of Ships, 15, 96, 121, 159,
  • 192, 224, 303, 456, 519, 644, 710, 767, 804 Law. See Legal; Labour ; Patents Lawn, Prof.J G. the Late,572
  • Lawrence, Prof. E. O., Presentation of Faraday
  • Medal to, 445
  • Lea, Prof. F. C., the Late, 476*
  • Le Creusot-Dijon Railway-Traffic Schedule, 719*
  • Lee, River, and London Water Supply, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • Leeson, Col. B. H., on Electricity Supply and National Affairs, 505
  • Leeson, Ltd., Concrete Boxes for Foundation Bolts, 266*

Legal :

  • Architectural and Engineering Law (Review), 426
  • Bill to Repeal Iron and Steel Act, 1949, 633. See 145. See Erratum, 285
  • Ebbs versus J. Whitson and Co., Ltd., Decision in, 146
  • Factory Acts, Safety Provisions of, 214 Labour Legislation. See Labour Legislation on London’s Water Supplies, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., Patent for Spheroidal-Graphite Cast Iron by Magnesium Process, 731
  • Patent Law. See Patents
  • Time Clauses in Engineering Contracts, 442 Transport Bill, Second Reading of, 665. See LETTER, 732
  • Waterworks By-Laws and Fittings (Review), 262
  • Watson versus British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Decision on, 763
  • Whitson, J., and Co., Ltd., versus Ebbs, Decision in, 146
  • Wireless Telegraphy (Control of Interference from Ignition Apparatus) Regulations, 1952, 731
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents Le Roux, R., on Thermo-Elastic Analysis of Transformations in Copper Alloys, 528
  • Letters to the Editor, 52*, 84, 148, 179, 212*, 275, 307, 380*, 411, 444, 476, 508, 539, 572, 604, 636, 669, 700*, 732, 764, 795, 827, Level Crossing, Railway, Illuminated Lifting Barriers for, 703*. See LETTER, 795 Levick, H. S., the Late, 630
  • Lewis, E. M., on Research by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., at Renfrew, 84. See LETTERS, 179, 213
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., 44-Seat “ Tiger Cub " Chassis for Motor Omnibus, 412* ; 90-h.p. Diesel-Engined Tractor for Scammeli Trailers, 413*, 125-h.p. Heavy-Duty Export Motor-Vehicle Chassis, 413 ; Flour- Tank Diesel-Engined Motor Lorry, 742* Llchtwitz, O., on Mechanisms for Intermittent Motions, 57*, 91*, 123*, 156*
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Ceiling, Accessible Mounting for (Edison
  • Swan Electric Co., Ltd.), 288*
  • — Polarised, Application to Metallography,
  • 461
  • Stress Determination by. See PhotoElastic
  • Lighthouses, Port of Dublin, 2
  • Lighting Column and Lantern, for Street Lighting (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 486*
  • — Problems with Concrete Shell Roofs, 75
  • — See also Lamps under Electric Lightning. See Electric
  • Lilleshall Co., Ltd., Case Packer for Bottles, 236*
  • Limit Gauges. _ See Gauges ; Gauging .
  • Lincoln Electric Co., Ltd., 150-Ampere Welding Generator, 512*
  • Linen Manufacture, Machinery for, 509, 771 Liners. See Ships ; Steamers ; Motorships Linkage, Four-Bar, Analysis of (Review), 133 Linings. Anti-Corrosive, Rubber, for Process Plant (Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.), 54* Linnik-Zeiss Interference Microscope, 750 Linton, P., on Water Hammer in Pipe Lines,
  • 212. See LETTERS, 148, 380, 572, 636
  • Liquids, Bulk Transport of, 125-h.p. Tractor and Semi-Trailer for (Scammeli Lorries, Ltd.), 500*
  • — Fuel. See OiZ FweZ. See also Alcohol;
  • Benzol; Motor ; Petrol
  • — Solids and Gases, Diffusion in (Review), 524 Literature, 3, 34, 67, 100, 133, 163, 196, 227,
  • 261, 426, 460, 493, 524, 555, 588, 619, 652, 684, 716, 747, 780, 813. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour; Patents Liverpool College of Building, Gas-Fired Pipe- Bending Hearth, 644*
  • — Street-Shenfleld Railway Electrification,
  • Overhead Equipment for, 819
  • Llandarcy Oil Refinery, Extension Works, 510 Lloyd’s Register ,of Shipping, Statistics of Vessels under Construction, 147, 571
  • Loach, J. C., on Railway-Curve Design, 221 Loader and Cutter, Green-Crop (Featherstone Agricultural, Ltd.), 73*
  • — “ Horn-draulic,” for “ Cropmaster ’’ Trac
  • tor, 42*
  • — Overhead, for Fordson Tractor (Mackay
  • Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 573*
  • — for Trimming Bulk Cargo in Ships (Merton
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 676*
  • Loading, Critical, of Struts, Calculations for, 180*, 202. See Errata, 319
  • — Platform, Mobile (Lansing-Bagnall, Ltd.),
  • 29*
  • — Shovel, “ Express ” (Cheshire Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.). 627*
  • Local Authorities. See MimicipaZ
  • Loch Lomond, Balloch Pier, Reconstruction of, 623*
  • Locks on St. Lawrence Seaway, 550*, 612 Lockheed Hydraulic Brake Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Disc Brake for Motors Cars, 540*
  • Lockspeiser, Sir B., on Progress in Aeronautical Science and Engineering, 317*, 357*. See 402
  • Locomotive, “ Decapod ” of Great Eastern Railway, 763
  • — Development, British Transport Commis
  • sion’s Annual Report, 81
  • — Diesel, 204-h.p. (A. Barclay, Sons and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 250*
  • — — 40 Years’ Development by Sulzer
  • Brothers, 830*
  • Electric, 1,000-h.p., for Ceylon (Brush Bagnall Traction, Ltd.), 700*
  • Mechanical, 220-h.p., 0-4-0 (R. Stephenson and Hawthorns, Ltd.), 606*
  • Steam, Electric and Gas-Turbine, Developments in, 421*, 453
  • — Electric, for Paris-Lyons Railway, 656*
  • — — Steam, Diesel and Gas-Turbine, Develop
  • ments in, 421*, 453
  • Tractive Force-Speed Diagram of, 717*
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Presidential
  • Address of C. M. Cock on Motive Power for Railways, 421*, 453
  • — Gas-Turbine, Steam, Electric and Diesel,
  • Developments in, 421* 453
  • — Use for Hauling Pipe Lines on to River
  • Bed, 383*
  • — Oil-Fired, 4-8-2, for New Zealand (North
  • British Locomotive Co., Ltd.), 89*
  • Locomotive, Passenger, for Indian Metre-Gauge Railways, 575*
  • — Steam, Electric, Diesel and Gas-Turbine,
  • Developments in, 421*, 453
  • Tractive Force-Speed, Diagram of, 717*
  • — Testing at Swindon, 25*
  • — See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Lodge and Shipley Co., Right-Angle Chucking Lathe, 479*
  • Logan, W., the Late, 470
  • Logging Arch, 8-ton, for Handling Tree Trunks (R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd.), 468*
  • Lomer, W. M., on Opaque Stop Microscope for Studying Surface Relief, 461
  • Lomonossoff, Dr. G. V., the Late, 733
  • London County Council, Site for National Science Centre, 466 ; Council and London Water Supply, 675
  • — King’s College, Physics and Engineering
  • Laboratories at, 23*. See Errata, 34
  • — Metropolitan Water Board, Annual Report.
  • 795
  • London and Midland Steel Scaifolding Co., Scaffolding for Tubular-Construction Skip Bridge, 722*
  • London and Thames Haven Oil Wharves. Ltd., Jetty at Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 705*
  • — Tramways, History and End of, 19, 49
  • — Transport Executive, British Transport
  • Commission’s Annual Report, 81; Push Button Control of Railway Signalling, 737* ; Operational Research by, 738
  • — Underground Railways. See London Trans
  • port Executive
  • — University College, Calendar, 712
  • — Water Supply, History, 605, 622, 675, 709 Longden, G., and Son, Swinden Laboratories,
  • Rotherham, 150*
  • Longhurst, Dr. E. E., on Corrosion by Retained Treatment Chemicals on Phosphated Steel Surfaces, 646
  • Lorries. See Motor Vehicles ; Tractors
  • Losenhausen 100-ton Fatigue-Testing Machine, 12*. See Errata, 158
  • Loudspeaker Assembly, Infra-Red Oven for, 834*
  • Loughborough, High-Voltage Laboratory, Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 172*
  • Love, R. J., on Cold-Rolled Fillets, 164*
  • Love, R. L., Effect of Surface Conditions on Fatigue Strength of Steel,-797. See 828
  • Low, A. R., on Critical Reynolds Numbers for Steady and Pulsating Flow, 52*
  • Lubricating-Oil Plant, Coryton Oil Refinery, 334*
  • — — See also Oils
  • Lubrication of Bearings, Effect on Surface Conditions, 797, 828
  • — Research in. Australia, 784
  • Lubricator, Automatic, for Chains (Snowden, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 518*
  • — Grease, High-Pressure (C. C. Wakefield &
  • Co., Ltd.), 126*
  • “ Lucas ” Kerosene Combustion Heater for Aeroplane. De-Icing, 594*
  • Lucknow Conference on Power Alcohol from Vegetable Waste, 699
  • Lumsden Machine Co., Ltd., Continuous Rotary-Table Grinding Machine, 327*
  • Lund, J., Ltd., Plain Cylindrical Grinding Machine, 431* ; Double-Ended Fine Boring Machine, 431*
  • Luton Airport, Control Tower at, 443
  • Lyons-Paris Railway Electrification, 507, 654*
  • Machine Tools—continued.
  • Cutting Machine, Fusion, for Stainless Steel (Metalclad, Ltd.), 366*
  • Head, Oxygen, Electronically-Controlled (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 284*
  • — Tools, Single-Point, Definitions for,
  • Specification, 488
  • Die-Sinking Machine (G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd.), 432*
  • Drills for Masonry (Rawlplug Co., Ltd.), 595*
  • — Twist, Fluting Machine for, 395* Grinding Machine for (Motor Gear
  • and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 433*
  • Drilling, Boring and Tapping Machine, Horizontal (Kitchen and Wade, Ltd.), 128*
  • and Tapping Machine, Radial (Ajax Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 329*
  • — Equipment, Pneumatic, for Use at
  • Wolf Rock (Holman Brothers), Ltd.), 265*
  • — Machine, Deep-Hole (Adcock and Ship- ley, Ltd.), 396* Multi-Spindle
  • 434* Radial,
  • 324*
  • Radial,
  • O.D.4
  • (W.
  • (W.
  • (W.
  • O.D.4
  • Ltd.), 435*
  • — Sensitive, Christen 364*
  • A. Fell,
  • Asquith,
  • Asquith,
  • (Acbars,
  • Ltd.),
  • Ltd.),
  • Ltd.),
  • Ltd.),
  • Ending and Centring Machine, Duplex Automatic (J. Holroyd and Co., Ltd.), 396*
  • Facing and Boring Machine, Horizontal (G. Richards and Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • — Machines, Pipe-Flange (Kitchen &
  • Wade, Ltd.), 173*
  • Flute-Grinding Machine (E. P. Barrus (Concessionaires), Ltd.), 332*
  • Fluting Machine, Twist-Drill (H. Hunt and Sons, Ltd.), 395*
  • Forming Machine, Wire and Strip, Universal (Heenan and Froude, Ltd.), 396* Gear-Bevel, Grinding Machine, Maag (Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 400*
  • — Grinding Machine, High-Speed (Coven
  • try Gauge and Tool Co., Ltd.), 479*
  • — Hobbing Machine, Automatic Univer
  • sal C.I.M.A. (Acbars, Ltd.), 331*
  • Machine, 72-in. Accuracy in (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 193* Machine, 24-in. Diameter Universal 368*
  • Grinding Machine, Bevel-Gear, Maag (Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 400* Disc, 72-in. Horizontal (Geo. Jack
  • man Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 332*
  • — — Flute (E. P. Barrus (Concession
  • aires), Ltd.), 332*
  • Gear, High-Speed (Coventry Gauge i and Tool Co., Ltd.), 479*
  • Plain, 36-in. by 168-in. (Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • Plain Cylindrical (J. Lund, Ltd.), 431*
  • — — Plain, “ Fulcro-Sizer ” (Churchill
  • Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • — — Precision, Profile (A. A. Jones &
  • Shipman, Ltd.), 478*
  • — — Profile, Optical (Wickman, Ltd.), 394*
  • MAAG Bevel-Gear Testing and Grinding Machines, 399*
  • Macadam. See Tar Macadam
  • MacArthur, D., the Late, 502
  • Mac. See also Me
  • Machine. Shops. See Works and Machine Tools — Testing. See Testing MtzcAine and Tests (Materials)

Machine Tools :

  • Automatic, Bar, Eight-Spindle (Wickman Ltd.), 394*
  • Bar-Marking Machine, Pneumatic (Fundi- tor, Ltd.), 433*
  • — Tagging Machine, 2-in. Tangential (Maiden and Co., Ltd.), 333*
  • Bending Attachment for Thin-Walled Steel Tubes (Chamberlain Industries, Ltd.), 96*
  • — Machine, Plate, Four-Roll (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 140*
  • Boring, Drilling and Tapping Machine, Horizontal (Kitchen and Wade, Ltd.), 128*
  • ' and Tapping Machine, Radial
  • (Ajax Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 329*
  • — and Facing Machine, Horizontal (G.
  • Richards and Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • — Machine, Fine, Double-Ended (J. Lund, Ltd.), 431*
  • Horizontal, Planer-Table (H. W. Kearns, Ltd.), 325*
  • Horizontal, Simplification of, 603
  • — — Tool-Room, with Optical Measuring
  • System (H. W. Kearns, Ltd.), 325*
  • Vertical, Barnes Hydraulic (G. E. Marbaix, Ltd.), 367*
  • — and Turning Mill, Vertical(G. Richards
  • and Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • Mill, Vertical (Webster and Bennett, Ltd.), 331*
  • Broaching Machine, Hydraulic, Vertical (Lapointe Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 479*
  • Centring and Ending Machine, Duplex Automatic (J. Holroyd and Co., Ltd.), 396*
  • Cooling Media for Machine Tools, Magnetic Separators for (Sundstrand Machine Tool Co.), 60*
  • Corrugating Machine for Aluminium Sheathing of Electric Cables, 614*
  • Rotary Table, Continuous (Lumsden Machine Co., Ltd.), 327*
  • Spur-Tooth, Automatic (Gear Grinding Co., Ltd.), 327*
  • — — Surface (A. Scrivener, Ltd.), 44*
  • — — Surface, Precision (Abwood Tool and
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 364*
  • — — Surface, Vertical (Snow and Co., Ltd.),
  • 434*
  • Thread (Newall Engineering Co., Ltd.), 398*
  • Twist-Drill (Motor Gear and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 433*
  • Universal, for Woodworking Cutters, 324*
  • Guillotine, Precision, “ Rushworth ” (Morrison, Marshall and Hill, Ltd.), 435*
  • Hammer, 10-cwt. Friction Drop (B. and S. Massey, Ltd.), 399*
  • Hobbing Machine, Spline (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 333*
  • Honing Attachment, Wet (Delapena and Son, Ltd.), 365*
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Indexing Attachment, 3-in. Horizontal (W. H. Marley and Co., Ltd.), 255*
  • Indicators, Universal Direct-Reading, (English Numbering Machines, Ltd.), 265
  • Lathe, Automatic, Manurhin (Drummond- Asquith (Sales), Ltd.), 330*
  • — Capstan, for Non-Ferrous Components
  • (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 361*
  • — Centre 10|-in. (G. Swift and Sons, Ltd.),
  • 397*
  • Heavy-Duty (Drummond-Asquith (Sales), Ltd.), 330*
  • “ Junior” (J. Lang and Sons, Ltd.), 322*
  • — Combination Turret, 36-in. Swing (A.
  • Herbert, Ltd.), 361*
  • — Hydraulic Copying Attachment for
  • (S. N. Bridges and Co., Ltd.), 183*
  • — Multi-Tool, Automatic (Drummond
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 327*
  • — Multiple Tool Post for (Burnerd and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 480*
  • — Profile-Turning (A. Scrivener, Ltd.),
  • 512*
  • — Repetition, Britan (Kerry’s (Great
  • Britain), Ltd.), 479*
  • — Right-Angle Chucking, Lodge and Ship-
  • ley (E. H. Jones (Machine Tools), Ltd.), 479*
  • — Screw-Cutting, Master, with Corrector
  • Bar (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 193*
  • — 16-in. Swing, Combination Turret
  • (H. W. Ward and Co., Ltd.), 368*
  • Machine Tools—continued.
  • Lathe, 17-in.' Swung, Tool-Room (Dean, Smith and Grace, Ltd.), 326*
  • — 23-in. Swing Centre (C. Churchill and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 479*
  • — 11-in. Swing Centre (Hardinge Machine
  • Tools, Ltd.), 478*
  • — 14-in. Swung Centre (T. S. Harrison &
  • Sons, Ltd.), 434*
  • — 13-in. Swing Centre (H. Milnes, Ltd.),
  • 398*
  • — 20-24-in. Swing, with Hydraulic Copy
  • ing Attachment (J. Lang and Sons, Ltd.), 322*
  • — Tool-Room, 30-in., with Electronic Profile Equipment (Holbrook Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 393*
  • — — Room, 13-in., High-Speed (Holbrook
  • Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 393*
  • — — Room, with Hydraulic Copier (Elgar
  • Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 432*
  • — — Room, 17-in. Swing (Dean, Smith &
  • Grace, Ltd.), 326*
  • — — Room, 17-in. Swing, Precision
  • (Dean, Smith and Grace, Ltd.), 368*
  • — Tracing, Hydraulic (Willson Lathes, Ltd.), 399*
  • — Turret, 16-in. Swing, Combination (H. W. Ward and Co., Ltd.), 368*
  • — 7-in., Woodhouse and Mitchell (T. W.
  • Ward, Ltd.), 395*
  • — See also Automatic (above)
  • Limit Gauging. See Gauging
  • Machine-Shop Management. See Works Management
  • —? — Rolls-Royce Ltd., Apprentice-Training School of, 107*, 115
  • — Tool Exhibition, International, Olympia, 321*, 361*, 393*, 431*, 478*, 511* at Pipe Fabrication Works of Stewarts and Lloyds of India, Ltd., 267*
  • Simplication, Discussion on, 603 Trades Association, International Exhibition, Olympia, 321*, 361*, 393*, 431*, 478*, 511*
  • Universal (T. Ryder and Son, Ltd.), 394*
  • — — Universal Direct-Reading Indica
  • tors for (English Numbering Machines, Ltd.), 265
  • — Work, Tolerances in. See Gauging Machinability of Steel, Researches on, 699 Machining Hard Metals by Electric Spark (Sparcatron, Ltd.), 121*
  • — of Metals, Effect on Surface Conditions,'
  • 797, 828
  • Marking Machine, “ Masseeley ” (Masson Seeley and Co., Ltd.), 435*
  • Measuring Machine, Lead, for Helical Gears (Gear Grinding Co., Ltd.), 327* Milling Machine for Centrifugal Superchargers, 543*
  • — — Continuous Rotary (W. Asquith,
  • Ltd.), 324*
  • Dual-Power (Cincinnati Milling Machines, Ltd.), 434*
  • — — for Patterns, Universal (Wadkin,
  • Ltd.), 324*
  • — — Production (Modern Machine Tools,
  • Ltd.), 480*
  • Universal (G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd.), 432*
  • Universal (B. Elliott and Co., Ltd.), 434*
  • Universal (Midgley and Sutcliffe, Ltd.), 479*
  • Universal (J. Parkinson and Son (Shipley), Ltd.), 434*
  • Vertical (Adcock and Shipley, Ltd.) 396*
  • Vertical (Kendall and Gent, Ltd.), 321*
  • — — Vertical (H. Milnes, Ltd.), 398* Pipe-Screwing Machine, Tangential
  • (W.J.L. (Machinery), Ltd.), 251*
  • Planer-Shaper, 24-in. Open-Side (Ward, Haggas and Smith, Ltd.), 434*
  • Planing Machine, 10-ft. (J. Stirk and Sons, Ltd.), 324*
  • — — (G. Swift and Sons, Ltd.), 397*
  • 36-in. Open-Side (Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 511*
  • — — Spiral-Electric (Butler Machine Tool
  • Co., Ltd.), 326*
  • Plate-Bending Machine, Four-Roll (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 140* Pneumatic Drills. See Drilling (above) Press Brake, Eldair (T. W. Ward, Ltd.), 395*
  • — Drawing, Double-Action, Rising-Table (Hordern, Mason and Edwards, Ltd.), 435*
  • — Electromagnetic (Elmeg Elektromech- anik G.m.b.H.), 32*
  • — Forging, 300 Tons to 4,000 Tons, High-Speed (E. W. Bliss Co.), 159*
  • — Hydraulic, 2,000-Ton Dishing, for Solid Railway Wheels, 713*, 752*
  • 8,500-Ton Forging, for Solid Railway Wheels, 713*
  • — — 1,000-Ton Punching, for Solid
  • Railway Wheels, 713*
  • — 20-Ton Inclinable-Crank (Humphris &
  • Sons, Ltd.), 479*
  • — Power, Inclinable (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 64*
  • Strip-Feeding Unit for (Birmingham Tool and Gauge Co., Ltd.), 367*
  • Ring-Cutting Machine (R. Klinger, Ltd.) 776*
  • Riveter, Squeeze, for Aeroplane Construction, 257*
  • Rolls, Plate-Bending Machine (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 140*
  • — Tube - Forming, for Aluminium - Sheathed Electric Cables, 614*
  • Saw Bench, Floor-Type (Startrite Engineering Co., Ltd.), 520*
  • — Circular, Accident with, Legal Decision on, 763
  • Automatic Sharpening Machine for (Noble and Lund, Ltd.), 327*
  • Machine Tools — continued.
  • Saw, Circular, Tractor-Mounted (T.Baker and Sons (Foundry and Engineers), Ltd ) 74*
  • Sawing Machine, Cold, Automatic (S. Russell and Sons, Ltd.), 362*
  • — — Cold, High-Speed (Clifton and Baird,
  • Ltd.), 331*
  • Screw Machine', Automatic, B.S.A. SingleSpindle (Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 400*
  • Screwing Machine, Pipe, Tangential (W.J.L. (Machinery), Ltd.), 251*
  • Shaper, Copying, Hydraulic, Bartsch (Soag Machine Tools, Ltd.), 399*
  • — Planer, 24-in., Open-Side (Ward, Haggas and Smith, Ltd.), 434*
  • Shaping Machine, “Granor” (Morrison, Marshall and Hill, Ltd;), 435*
  • — — 12-in. “ Ormerod ” (Kitchen &
  • Wade, Ltd.), 435*
  • 26-in. Prototype (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 326*
  • for Sheet Metal, Fokker-Eckold (Koninklijke N.V. Nederlandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek), 77*
  • Sharpening Machine, Automatic, for Circular Saws (Noble and Lund, Ltd.), 327*
  • Shot-Blast Cabinet (Guyson Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 512*
  • Slitting Machine, Gang (E. W. Bliss (England), Ltd.), 433*
  • Slotting Machine, Tool-Room, Precision (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 326* “ Spin Dimpling ” Machine for Aeroplane Construction, 257*
  • Spline-Hobbing Machine (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 333*
  • Stamping Trimming Machine (Oliver Machinery Co., Ltd.), 434*
  • Straightening Machine for Welded Steel Tubes, (>7*
  • Swaging Machine, Rotary, Inverted-Type (Sir J. Norton and Co., Ltd.), 153*
  • Tagging Machine for 2-in. Bars, Tangential (Maiden and Co., Ltd.), 333*
  • Tapping Attachment, “ Archer ” (F.
  • Guylee and Son, Ltd.), 432*
  • — Boring' and Drilling Machine, Horizontal (Kitchen and Wade, Ltd.), 128*
  • — —- and Drilling Machine, Radial (Ajax
  • Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 329*
  • Thread-Grinding Machine (Newall Engineering Co., Ltd.), 398*
  • Threading Machine, 2-in. Tangential (Maiden and Co., Ltd.), 333*
  • Tool Post with Interchangeable Holders (F. Burnerd and Co., Ltd.), 480*
  • — Room Lathe. See LotAe (above) Trimmer, Stamping (Oliver Machinery Co., Ltd.), 434*
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
  • — Machines, Automatic. See AwZojnoZic (above)
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes (above)
  • Woodworking Machinery Industry, United
  • States, Productivity Report on, 795
  • — — Saw-Bench Floor-Type (Startrite
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 520*
  • — —- Saw, Circular, Tractor-Mounted (T.
  • Baker and Sons (Foundry and Engineers), Ltd.), 74*
  • — — Universal Pattern-Milling Machine
  • (Wadkin, Ltd.), 324*
  • Workhead, Universal (Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 511*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Machine Work. See Machine Tools
  • Machinery, Dangerous, Fencing of, Legal Aspects, 214
  • Mackay Industrial Equipment, Ltd., Overhead Loader for Fordson Tractor, 573*
  • MacLellan, P. and W., Ltd., Pipeline for Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 491*
  • Mac. See also Me
  • Maddocks, Dr. W. R., on Phase-Equilibrium Investigations of Na2O-P2O5-SiO, Ternary System, 766. See 786 ; on Dephosphorisation of Steel by Soda Slags, 766. See 786 Madras Public Works Department, Lower Bhavani Dam, 777*
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under AfetaZ- Zuw
  • — Phosphates, Free Energy of Formation of,
  • 766, 786
  • Magnetic-Fluorescent Flaw-Detection Ink
  • (Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 648*
  • — Separator for Machine-Tool Cooling
  • Medium, 60
  • — Work of Royal Observatories, 624
  • Magnetism, Terrestrial, Department of, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Annual Report (Review),-652
  • Maiden and Co., Ltd., 2-in. Tangential Bar- Tagging Machine, 333* ; 2-in. Tangential Threading Machine, 333*
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric
  • — Water, 75-in., Hampton to Chingford, 709 “ Major ” Commercial Tractor, 787*
  • Maley and Taunton, Ltd., Bogie for 56-Seat Single-Deck Tramcar, 254*
  • Management of Works. See Works Management Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd., Fluorescent- Magnetic Flaw-Detection Ink, 648*
  • Mankind, Engineering Servant of, 537
  • Mann, Egerton and Co., Ltd., 50-Seat Half Deck Motor Coach, 501*
  • Manning, H. E., on Skelton Grange Power Station and Factory at King’s Lynn, 186,.
  • Manson, J. M., the Late, 374
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • Manurhin Automatic Lathe, 330*
  • Maple Lodge Sewage Works, Rickmansworth, Production of Combustible and Fertilising Sludge at, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 476 ; Sewage Works Power Plant, 628*
  • Maracaibo, Lake, Venezuela, Diesel-Electric Oil-Well Drilling Barge for, 583*
  • “ Marathon” Friction Drop Hammer, 399*
  • " Marathon ” Navigation Trainer Aeroplane, 348*
  • Marbaix, G. E., Ltd., Kodak Contour Projector, 367*; Barnes Hydraulic Vertical Boring Machine, 367*
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Transmitters for Wenvoe Television Transmitting Station, 249*; Exhibits at Public Works Exhibition, 595
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Application of Hydraulics to, 711, 742
  • Machinery, Use of Servo Mechanisms in, 508, 706*
  • — — Machinery, Whale-Factory Ship “ Juan
  • Peron,” 197*
  • — Boilers. See Boiters
  • — Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Propulsion, 5,500-b.h.p. Barclay-Curle-
  • Doxford Engine, M.S. “ Enton,” 71
  • 208-h.p. Foden Diesel Engine, Motor Launch “ Tonquin,” 188
  • 1,200-h.p. Gas Turbine in M.S. “ Auris,” Operating Experience with, 639
  • 3,500-h.p. Gas-Turbine Tests by Pame- trada, 278
  • 7,500-s.h.p. Geared Turbine for Oil Tanker, 279
  • 112,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S. “ Uganda,” 118
  • Marine Diesel Engine (Review), 747 Marine Machinery Construction at Belfast, 388, 417*
  • — — Propulsive Coefficient and Ship-Model
  • Correlation, 637
  • — — Twin 4,500-b.h.p. Diesel Engine, M.S.
  • “ Middlesex,” 108*
  • Twin Harland and Wolff Six-Cylinder Diesel Engines, M.S. “ Juan Peron,” 197*
  • — — Twin 4,500-h.p. Sulzer Diesel Engines,
  • M.S. “ Surrey,” Gearbox and Electromagnetic Couplings for, 299*
  • — — See also Engines; Turbines; Propellers ;
  • Torque Meter and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Marley, W. H„ and Co., Ltd., 3-in. Horizontal Indexing Attachment, 255*
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., Tandem Road Roller, 596*; Tractor-Hauled Combine Harvester, 787*
  • Martin, S., the Late, 694
  • Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Niirnberg A.G., Sluice Gates for Lower Bhavani Dam, 779*
  • Masefield, P., on Operational Future of Helicopters, 719
  • Mason, E. N., and Sons, Ltd., Continuous Plan Printer, 435*
  • Masonry Dam, Lower Bhavani River, 777*
  • — Drills for (Rawlplug Co., Ltd.), 595*
  • “ Masseeley ” Marking Machine, 435*
  • Massey, B. and S., Ltd., 10-cwt. Friction Drop Hammer, 399*
  • Massey-Harris, Ltd., Tractor-Drawn Combine Harvester, 72* ; Self-propelled Combine Harvester, 787*
  • Masson Seeley and Co., Ltd., “ Masseeley ” Marking Machine, 435*
  • Masts, Aerial, Wenvoe Television Transmitting Station, 249*
  • Matarazzo Flour Milling Co., Brazil, Flour Discharge by Compressed Air, 742* .
  • Materials Handling, School of, Study Courses at, 115
  • — Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Materials') Mathematics, Advanced Engineering (Review),
  • 100
  • McLean, W., the Late, 694
  • McLeod and Co., Ltd., Reconstruction of Barry Commercial Dry Dock, 641*
  • McNamee, Dr. J. J., on Analysis of Concrete Shell Roofs, 75*, 104
  • McNeill, Sir H„ the Late, 470
  • life. See also Mac
  • Measurement and Control of Temperature in Industry (Review), 35

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Clayton Fellowships and Grants, 147 Memorandum on Construction and Equipment of Drydocks, 343
  • Annual Dinner, 538
  • London Meetings, Winter Session:
  • Heat Transfer in Nozzle at Supersonic Speeds, by Prof. O. A. Saunders and Dr. P. H. Calder, 281*
  • Presidential Address, by Sir D. Pye on Art of the Practical Engineer, 542*. See 538
  • Design and Operation of Dunston “ B ” Generating Station, with Particular Reference to 50-MW Turbo-Alternators Unitized with Reheat Boilers, by A. Howell and J. B. Jackson, 571, 802*, 836
  • Machine Tool Simplification, Especially as Applied to Horizontal Boring Machines, by C. A. Sparkes, 603
  • Water Turbine Governors, by N. G. Dennis, 635
  • Hawksley Lecture on Mechanism of Work- Hardening of Metals, by Prof.' N. F. Mott, 667
  • Recent Developments in Machinability of Steel, by K. J. B. Wolfe, 699
  • Instruction and Research in Hydraulic Laboratories, by Prof. H. Addison, 731
  • Experiments on Short-Radius Pipe Bends, by Dr. N. Gross, 795
  • Flexibility of Short-Radius Pipe Bends, by Dr. N. Gross and Prof. H. Ford, 795
  • Contemporary Methods of Watch Production, by R. A. Fell and P. Indermuhle, 826
  • Applied Mechanics Group and Industrial Administration and Engineering Production Group:
  • Redrawing of Cylindrical Shells, by Dr. S. Y. Chung and Prof. H. W. Swift, 763
  • Experimental Investigation of Yielding of Strip Between Smooth Dies, by A. B. Watts and Prof. H. Ford, 763
  • Automobile Division:
  • Research and Engineering Process, with Particular Reference to Automobile Industry, by Dr. H. E. Merritt, 762
  • East Midlands Branch:
  • Annual Dinner, 603
  • Mechanical Engineering Research Board, Annual Report, 730
  • — Lubricator. See Lubricator
  • — Stoker. See Stoker
  • Mechanics, Soil, Foundations and Earth Structures (Review), 684
  • and Foundations, Introductory (Review), 620
  • — — Laboratory, Cambridge University, 671*
  • — — Laboratory, King’s College, London, 23* for Road Engineers (Review), 555
  • — Theoretical and Applied, International Con
  • gress, Istanbul, 344
  • Mechanisms for Intermittent Motions, 57*, 91*, 123*, 156*
  • Medal, Faraday, Presentation to Prof. E. O., Lawrence, 445
  • — Fritz, Presentation to B. F. Fairless, 444
  • — Hoover, Presentation to C. D. Howe, 444 Medical Research Council, Investigation on
  • Filter Papers for Fine Coal Dust, 101; Investigations on Dust in Coal Mines, 228* ; Annual Report, 265. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 444
  • Melbourne Houses, Effect of Humidity in, 764 Memorial to Col. W. C. Devereux, Unveiling, 443
  • — to Engineers in Westminster Abbey, 732 Menzler, F. A. A., on Statistical Methods and
  • Operational Research in Transport, 738
  • Merchant Ships. See Ships; Steamers; Motorships
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Meredith, F. W., on Servo Mechanisms in Aircraft, 481*, 515*. See 508
  • Merritt, Dr. H. E., on Research and Automobile Engineering, 762
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Motor Survey Launch for (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 117*
  • — Road Tunnel and Geological Research, 738 Merton Engineering Co., Ltd., Loader for
  • Trimming Bulk Cargo in Ships, 676*
  • Mesons and V Particles, Discovery and Properties of, 547
  • Metal, Anisotropic, Examination by Polarised Light, 461
  • — Cast, Grain Refinement in, 461
  • — Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Fixing Association, Formation of, 487
  • — Flaws in, Physical Methods for Detection of,
  • 22. See 648*
  • — Hard, Machining by Electric Spark (Sparca-
  • tron, Ltd.), 121*
  • Metals, Institute of :
  • Autumn Meeting, Oxford:
  • Programme, 223
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 379
  • Changes in Council, 379
  • Reports of Discussions, 414, 461, 528
  • Visits and Excursions, 461, 529
  • Autumn Lecture, On the Foothills of the Plastic Range by Prof. H. W. Swift, 383, 420, 450. See 379, 414
  • Session “ A ” Papers :
  • Structure and Properties of Wrought Copper-Aluminium-Nickel-Iron Al
  • loys, by Dr. M. Cook, W. P. Fentiman and B. Davis, 414
  • Flow of Liquid Metals on Solid Metal Surfaces and Its Relation to Soldering, Brazing and Hot-Dip Coating, by Dr. G. L. J. Bailey and H. C. Watkins, 414
  • Grain Refinement of Aluminium-Alloy Castings by Addition of Titanium and Boron by A. Cibula, 461
  • Metals, Institute of—continued.
  • Session “ A ” Papers—continued. Nucleation of Cast Metals at Mould Face, by J. A. Reynolds and C. R. Trottie, 461
  • Effect of Mould Material and Alloying Elements on Metal/Mould Reaction in Copper-Bar 3 Alloys, by N. B. Rutherford, 462
  • Effect of Metal/Mould Reaction on
  • 85 : 5 : 5 : 5 Leaded Gunmetal Sand Castings, by N. B. Rutherford, 462
  • Session “ B ” Papers :
  • Application of Polarised Light to Examination of Various Anisotropic Metals and Intermetallic Phases, by B. W. Mott and H. R. Haines, 461
  • Metallography of Uranium, by B. W.
  • Mott and H. R. Haines, 461
  • Some Observations on Deformation of
  • Polycrystalline Zinc, by J. A. Ramsey, 416
  • Twin Accommodation in Zinc, by Dr. P. L. Pratt and S. F. Pugh, 461
  • Opaque-Stop Microscope as Means of
  • Studying Surface Relief, by W. M.
  • Lomer and Dr. P. L. Pratt, 461 Thermo-Elastic Analysis of Transforma
  • tions in Copper Alloys, by R. Cabarat, P. Gence, Prof. L. Guillet and R. Le Roux, 528
  • Constitution of Copper-Rich Copper-Zinc Germanium Alloys, by Dr. P. Greenfield and Prof. G. V. Raynor, 528
  • Equilibrium Diagram of System Copper- Gallium in Region 30-100 Atomic per
  • Cent. Gallium, by Dr. J. O. Betterton- and Dr. W. Hume-Rothery, 528
  • Factors Affecting Formation of 21/13
  • Electron Compounds in Alloys of Copper and Silver, by Dr. W. Hume- Rothery, Dr. J. O. Betterton, and J. Reynolds, 528
  • Equilibrium Diagram of System Copperindium in Region of 25-35 Atomic per Cent. Indium, by J. Reynolds, W. A. Wiseman and Dr. W. Hume- Rothery, 529
  • Equilibrium Diagram of System Nickel- Manganese, by B. R. Coles and Dr. W. Hume-Rothery, 529
  • Alloys of Molybdenum and Tantalum, by Dr. G. A. Geach and D. Summers- Smith, 529
  • Sigma Phase in Binary Alloys of Transition Elements, by Dr. A. H. Sully,' 529
  • Allotropic Transformations in Titanium- Zirconium Alloys, by Prof. P. Duwez, 529
  • Formation of NisAl Phase in Nickel- Aluminium Alloys, by R. W. Floyd, 529
  • Constitution of Nickel-Rich Alloys of
  • Nickel-Chromium-Titanium System, by Dr. A. Taylor and R. W. Floyd, 529
  • Constitutional Diagram of Chromium- Tungsten System, by H. T. Greenaway, 529
  • Constitution and Structure of Nickel- Vanadium Alloys in Region 0 to 60
  • Atomic per Cent. Vanadium, by W. B. Pearson and Dr. W. Hume- Rothery, 529
  • Cubic-Tetragonal Transformation in Manganese-Copper Alloys, by Z. S.
  • Basinski and Dr. J. W. Christian, 529
  • Metal Physics Committee :
  • Informal Discussion on Grain Boundaries,
  • 529
  • Symposium on Properties of Metallic Surfaces :
  • Programme, 319
  • Preliminary Proceedings, 667
  • Reports of Discussion, 689, 750, 797, 828
  • Specialised Microscopical Techniques in Metallurgy, by Prof.. S. Tolansky, 689. See 750
  • Radioisotopes in Study of Metal-Surface Reactions in Solutions, by Dr. M. T. Simnad, 689. See 750
  • Crystalline Character of Abrasive Surfaces, by Drs. P. Gay and P. B. Hirsch, 689. See 750
  • Diffusion Coatings, by D. M. Dovey, Dr.
  • I. Jenkins and K. C. Randle, 689. See 750
  • Nature and Properties of Anodic Film on Aluminium and Its Alloys, by H. W. L. Phillips, 689. See 750
  • Chemical Behaviour as Influenced by Surface Conditions, by Dr. U. R. Evans, 689. See 750
  • Effect of Method of Preparation on High- Frequency Surface Resistance of Metals, by Drs. R. G. Chambers and A. B. Pippard, 689. See 750
  • Influence of Machining and Grinding Methods on Mechanical and Physical Conditions of Metal Surfaces, by P. Spear, I. R. Robinson and K. J. B. Wolfe, 797. See 828
  • Effect of Lubrication and Nature of Superficial Layer After Prolonged Periods of Running, by Dr. F. T. Barwell, 797. See 828
  • Effect of Surface Conditions on Mechanical Properties of Metals, Mainly Single Crystals, by Prof. E. N. da C. Andrade, 797. See 828
  • Effect of Surface Conditions on Strength of Brittle Materials, by Prof. C. Gurney, 797. See 828
  • Influence of Surface Conditions on Fatigue Strength of Steel, by R. L. Love, 797. See 828
  • Influence of Surface Films on Friction and Deformation of Surfaces, by Dr. F. P. Bowden and Dr. T. Tabor, 797. See 828
  • Metal, Liquid, Flow in Soldering, Brazing and
  • Hot-Dip Coating, 414
  • Metal at Low Temperatures, Mechanical
  • Properties of (Review), 620
  • — Mould Reaction in Castings, 462
  • — Non-Ferrous, Research Association, British,
  • Investigations in Substitutes for Nickel Plating, 640
  • — Plastic Deformation of, Investigations on,
  • 383, 420, 450
  • — Research in Australia, 784
  • — Structure of. See Metallography ; Micro
  • photographs
  • — Surface Reactions in Solutions, Radio
  • isotopes in, Study of, 689, 750
  • — Welding. See WeZdtny
  • — See under Metallography; Metallurgy ;
  • Microphotographs
  • Metalclad, Ltd., Fusion Cutting Machine for Stainless Steel, 366*
  • Metallography, Application of Polarised Light- to, 461
  • — See also Metals; Metallurgy;1 Micro
  • photographs
  • Metallurgists, Institution of, Annual General Meeting, 19; Presidential Address by Prof. H. O’Neill on Cultural and Professional Aspects of Metallurgical Training, 94

Metallurgy :

  • Alloy, Aluminium, Bending Strength of Corrugated Plate, 609*
  • Castings, Symposium on, 719
  • Grain Refinement in Castings of, 461 Structures of in Ships, Effect of Fire on, 690
  • Zinc, Analysis of, Specification, 79 — Chromium-Tungsten, Constitution of, 529
  • — Copper-Aluminium-Nickel-Iron, Structure and Properties of, 414
  • Base, Metal/Mould Reaction in Castings of, 462
  • — — Equilibrium Diagrams and Theory
  • of, 528
  • See also Brass ; Bronze ; Gunmetal; etc.
  • — Creep-Resisting, for Gas Turbines (Mond Nickel Co., Ltd.), 182
  • — Ferro, Methods of Sampling, Specification, 725
  • — Light, Use in Aircraft, 357*
  • for Bridges and Structures, 428
  • — Manganese-Copper, Transformations in, 529
  • — Molybdenum-Tantalum, Constitution of, 529
  • — Nickel-Aluminium, Constitution of, 529 Chromium-Titanium, Constitution of, 529
  • Manganese, Constitution of, 529
  • Vanadium, Constitution of, 529
  • — Nimonic 80A and Nimonic 95, Creep Tests of (Mond Nickel Co., Ltd.), 415*
  • — Titanium-Zirconium, Constitution of, 529
  • — of Transition Elements, Equilibrium
  • Diagrams of, 529
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Brass. See Brass
  • Bronze. See Bronze
  • Cast Iron. See Cast Iron
  • Coke Ovens. See Coke Ovens
  • Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Equilibrium Diagrams and Theory of Alloys of Transition Elements, 529 and Theory of Copper Alloys, 528 Ferro-Alloys, Methods of Sampling, Specification, 725
  • Foundry. See Foundry ; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment, Normalising Furnace for Welded Steel Tubes, 67*
  • Iron Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • Metals, Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgical Education Joint Committee, Report by, 597
  • — Research in Australia, 784
  • Metallurgy, Specialised Microscopical Techniques in, 689, 750
  • Physics in Service of Metallurgy, 21 Refractories. See Refractories Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Slag Equilibria, Thermodynamic Calculation of, 766, 786
  • — Soda, Dephosphorisation of Steel by, 766, 786
  • — Sulphur in, Method for Determination of, 766, 786
  • Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Manufacture, Use of Active Mixers in, 765, 786
  • Thermodynamics of, Investigations on, 765, 786
  • — Production, 1952, Bulletin, 699
  • — — in Europe, 539
  • in Great Britain, 1951, 241 Welding. See Welding
  • Work-Hardening of Metals, Mechanism of, 667
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute; Metals Institute of; Metallography ; Microphotographs ; Foundry; and PAKA- GRAPH INDEX
  • Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See Mining
  • " Meteorite ” Rover 375-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder Petrol Engine, 577*
  • Meteorological Research in Australia, 785, 827, 828
  • — Work of Royal Observatories, 625 Meteorology, Place of in Industry, 54 Meter, Gas, Holmes-Connersville, Howden-on-
  • Tyne Gasworks, 810*
  • — Sound and Vibration (Dawe Instruments,
  • Ltd.), 286*
  • — See also KZecZric and Water Meters Methane, Use at Tavazzano Power Station
  • 136
  • Metropolitan-Cammell-Weyman Motor Bodies, Ltd., 44-Seat “ Tiger Cub ” Motor-Omnibus Body, 412*
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., 15,000-kW Gas Turbine and Alternator, 216*; Electronically-Controlled Oxygen Cutting Machine Head, 284* ; 15-MW Gas-Turbine Alternators, 335* ; 450-kW Electric Generator, 583; 30-kW Electric Roller Heater, 584 ; Electrical Equipment for Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 651* ; 31-5- MW Turbo-Generator at Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 674*; Equipment for Solid Railway Wheel Forge, 713*, 752* ; Turbo-Generator for Wilton Works of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 830*; Metropolitan Water Board, London, History of, 605, 622, 675, 709 ; Annual-Report, 795
  • — See also London
  • Microphotographs, Resistance-Welded Steel Tube, 65*
  • — Surfaces of Shot-Peened Steel, 580* Microscope, Electron, King’s College, London,
  • 23*
  • — Interference, Linnik-Zeiss, 750
  • — Opaque Stop, for Studying Surface Relief,
  • 461
  • Microscopical Techniques, Specialised, in Metal lurgy, 689, 750
  • Microscopy Equipment, Infra-Red, King’s College, London, 23*
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Metallography - Microphotogrgphs
  • “ Middlesex,” M.S., 9,000-b.h.p. Sulzer-Diesel Engines for, 108
  • — West, Water Company, History of, 605, 622 Midgley and Sutcliffe, Ltd., Universal Milling
  • Machine, 479*
  • Midlands, Notes from, 14, 46, 78,110,142,174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 338, 374, 406, 438, 470, 502, 534, 566, 598, 630, 662, 694, 726, 758, 790, 822. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Milk Piping and Milk-Pipe Fittings, Specification, 111
  • Mill, Hammer, Tractor-Mounted (Scottish Mechanical Light Industries, Ltd.), 41* —_ Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See AfacAine Tools
  • Mills, E. D., on Various Forms of Shell Roofing, 55
  • Milnes, H., Ltd., 13-in. Swing Centre Lathe, 398* ; Vertical Milling Machine, 398*
  • Mine, Broken Hill, Australia, Axial-Flow Mine Ventilating Fan, 76*. See Addendum, 264
  • — Coal. See Collieries
  • — Principal Electrical Inspector’s Annual
  • Report, 178
  • — Tin, Belgian Congo, Power Generation from
  • Hot Springs at, 660*, 691*
  • — See also Coal; Collieries ; Mining ; Ores ;
  • and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mineral Dressng, Radioactivity in, Applications of, 677
  • — Oil. See Oils
  • — See also Coal; Mining ; Ores ; and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Mining Collection at Science Museum, South Kensington, 667
  • — Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Asso
  • ciation of, Blackpool Conference, Mechanisation in British Collieries, by E. H. Browne, 61, 93
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Summer Meeting
  • and Dinner, Stoke-on-Trent, 51
  • — and Mechanical Engineers, North of Eng
  • land Institute, Centenary of, 243, 307, 438
  • — and Metallurgy, Institution of, Wernher
  • Lecture on Radioactivity in Mineral Dressing, by Prof. A. M. Gaudln, 106, 677
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ministry of Labour and National Service. See •under Labour
  • — of Supply. See Supply
  • — of Transport. See Transport
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 910-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 583*; 1,254-b.h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Diesel Engine for Locomotive, 701*
  • Mixer Practice, Active, at Appleby-Froding- ham Steelworks, 765, 786
  • Mixing and Drying Plant, Tar-Macadam. See 7V/r -Macadam
  • — Machines, Concrete. See Concrete
  • Model of Balanced-Hearth Walking-Beam Gas- Fired Furnace, 512*
  • — Engineer Exhibition, 538
  • — Experiments. See Aeronautics ; Tank Ex
  • periments
  • — for Stress Determination. See Photo
  • Elastic
  • Modern Machine Tools, Ltd., Production Milling Machine, 480*
  • Modern Wheel Drive, Ltd., Oil-Operated Gearbox for Diesel Locomotive, 250
  • Modular Co-ordination in Buildings, 768 Moir, J. D., the Late, 238
  • Moisture Absorption by Filter Papers, 101 Moment Distribution, Theory and Practice (Review), 68
  • Mond Nickel Co., Ltd., Creep-Resisting Alloy for Gas Turbines, 182; Creep Tests of Nimonic Alloy “ 80A,” 415* ; Patent for Manufacture of Spheroidal-Graphite Cast Iron, by Magnesium Process, 731 ?
  • Mondragon-Donzere Dam on River Rhdne, 571 Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Commission, Report on Supply of Insulated Electric Wires and Cables, 19, 113
  • Monte Bello Islands, Australia, Explosion of British Atomic Weapon, 562*
  • Morice, Dr. P. B., on Research on Concrete Shell Roof Construction, 105 ; on Plotting Trajectories of Principal Stress, 252*
  • Morley, A. D., on Torquemeter for Industrial Applications, 20*, 36*
  • Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd., l|-ton Four- Wheel Drive Motor Lorry, 467* : Chassis for 5-ton Motor Lorry with Forward Control, 468*
  • Morr s Motors, Ltd., 30-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Motor-Car Petrol Engine, 563*
  • Morris, Dr. T. S., on Gravimetric Sampling of Dust in Coal Mines, 228*
  • Morrison, Marshall and Hill, Ltd., “Granor” Shaping Machine, 435* ; “ Rushworth ” Precision Guillotine, 435*
  • Motion, Intermittent, Mechanisms for, 57*, 91*, 123* 156*
  • — of Ships at Sea, 798, 819
  • Motor Boat, for Canal Service, of High-Tensile Steel (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.). 256*
  • Jet-Propelled, “Crusader,” Loss of, 443
  • — — Launch of Aluminium, “ Tonquin ”
  • (Grimston Astor, Ltd.), 188*
  • Rescue Launch for Royal Air Force (Vosper, Ltd.), 577*
  • Survey Launch for River Mersey (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 117*
  • — Car Bodies, Use of Plastics in, 667, 770.
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol
  • Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers, Institution of, Automobile Division
  • — — Ferry Services of Silver City Airways,
  • Ltd., 63
  • “ Four Forty-Four ” Saloon (Wolseley Motors, Ltd.), 564*
  • Fuels. See Motor Fuels
  • Ignition Systems, Suppressors for, 731
  • Mobile Tender for Road Proving, 468*
  • 170-b.h.p. “ Pegaso ” (Empresa Na- cional de Autocamiones S.A.), 565
  • Use of Plastics in, 666, 770. See LETTER, 764
  • — — Racing, Display at International Motor
  • Show, 565
  • — — 120-h.p. “ Sapphire ” (Armstrong-Sidde-
  • ley Motors, Ltd.), 541*
  • — — 5-b.h.p. Sports (Triumph Motor Co.
  • (1945), Ltd.), 563*
  • — — 113-b.h.p. “ Super Snipe ” (Humber,
  • Ltd.), 564*
  • — — See also Motor Ve. and Paragraph Index.
  • — Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • — Coach. See Motor Vehicle
  • — Electric, Fan-Cooled Totally-Enclosed
  • (Brooks Motors, Ltd.), 399*
  • — — 850-b.h.p., Induction, for Mine-Venti
  • lating Fan (Mather and Platt, Ltd.), 76. See Addendwm, 264
  • for Solid Railway-Wheel Forge, 713*, 753*
  • — — Thermal-Protection Relays for (Cham
  • berlain and Hookham, Ltd.), 757*
  • Three-Phase, Theory and Operation (Review), 35
  • — — 22,500-h.p. Three-Phase, Tracy Pumping
  • Plant, California, 463*
  • 196-h.p. Traction, for Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 701*
  • at Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 382*, 649*
  • — Fuel, “ Esso ” Branded Petrols, Motor
  • Spirit, 380
  • Motor Gear and Engineering Co., Ltd., Twist- Drill Grinding Machine, 433*
  • — Generators at Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649*
  • — Grader, 100-b.h.p. “ Aveling-Austin ” (Ave-
  • ling-Barford, Ltd.), 597*
  • “ Carlisle ” (J. B. Hodge and Co., Ltd.), 596*
  • “ Galion 118 ” (Galion (Great Britain), Ltd.), 595*
  • — Industry Research Association, Investiga
  • tions on Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6* ; Research on Engineering Processes, 762
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Launches. See Motor Boats
  • — Lorries. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Motorships
  • —? Manufacturers and Traders, Society of, International Commercial Motor Show, 412*, 436*, 467*, 498*; International Motor Show, 540*, 563*
  • — Omnibus, 56-Seat Lightweight Chassis
  • (Transport Vehicles (Daimler), Ltd.), 436*
  • — — 44-Seat, “ Tiger Cub,” Body (Metro-
  • politan-Cammell-Weyman Motor Bodies, Ltd.), 412*
  • 44-Seat “ Tiger Cub,” Chassis (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 412*
  • with 110-h.p. Underfloor Engine, Chassis for (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 436*
  • with 79-b.h.p. Underfloor Engine, Chassis for (Seddon Motors, Ltd.), 500*
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • — Pneumatic f-h.p. (Desoutter Brothers,
  • Ltd.), 329*
  • — Road Rollers. See Road Rollers
  • — Show, International, Earl’s Court, 540*,
  • 563*
  • International Commercial, Earl’s Court, 412*, 436*, 467*, 498*
  • — Spirit. See Motor Fuel
  • — — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Vehicle, Battery Driven, for British Rail
  • ways, 690*
  • Commer-Harrington 41-Seat Coach (T. Harrington, Ltd.), 501*
  • 3 cub.-yd., 52 b.h.p., Diesel-Engined Dumper (Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd.), 835*
  • — — Flour Tank Lorry, Diesel-Engined (Ley-
  • land Motors, Ltd.), 742*
  • — — 78-h.p., with Four-Wheel Drive, Chassis
  • for (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 499*
  • — — 1-ton Four-Wheel Drive Lorry (Austin
  • Motor Co., Ltd.), 467*
  • lj-ton Four-Wheel Drive Lorry (Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd.), 467*
  • 50-Seat Half Deck Coach (Mann, Egerton and Co., Ltd.), 501*
  • — — 125-h.p. Heavy-Duty Export Chassis
  • (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 413
  • — -- 5-ton Lorry, with Forward Control,
  • Chassis for (Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd.), 468*
  • Lorry-Mounted 20-ton Jib Crane, 519*
  • — — 3-ton Lorry, with Underfloor Engine,
  • Chassis for (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 499*
  • — — 85-h.p. Lorry, with Underfloor Engine,
  • Chassis for (Karrier Motors, Ltd.), 498*
  • Personnel Carrier, 78-b.h.p. Four-Wheel Drive (Austin Motor Co., Ltd.), 467*
  • Motor Vehicle, 155-h.p. Six-Wheel Chassis, for Heavy Duty (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 499*
  • Trailer, 40-ton Convertible (R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd.), 468*
  • — — Water Tender, 78-h.p. “ Nubian ”
  • (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.'), 499*
  • Wagons. See Motor Vehicles ; Tractors Motorship “ Andrea Doria,” Atlantic Liner, 604
  • — Atlantic Liners, Six Recent, 604
  • — “ Auris,” Operating Experience with 1,200-
  • h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 639
  • — Built at Belfast, 417*
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 147,
  • 571
  • — “ Enton,” Single-Screw Cargo, 71*
  • — “ Guilio Cesare,” Atlantic Liner, 604
  • — Launches and Trial Trips of, 15, 96, 121,
  • 159, 192, 224, 303, 456, 519, 644, 710, 767, 804
  • — “ Middlesex,” 9,000-b.h.p. Sulzer-Diesel
  • Engines for, 108
  • — “ Surrey,” Gearbox and Electromagnetic
  • Couplings for, 299*
  • — Whale-Factory, “ Juan Peron,” 197*
  • Mott, B. W., on Metallography of Uranium, 461; on Application of Polarised Light to Metallography, 461
  • Mott, Prof. N. F., on Mechanism of Work- Hardening of Metals, 667
  • Mouchel, L. G., and Partners, Ltd., Suspended Concrete Fender for Jetty, 705* ; How- den-on-Tyne Gasworks, 809*
  • Mould, Ingot, Surface-Temperature Measurements, 721
  • — Metal Reaction in Casting Process, 462 Moulding Boxes, Foundry, Dimensions of,
  • Specflcation, 712
  • Moulding Machines, Wood. See Machine Tools
  • — Shell, Developments in for Iron Castings, 87,
  • 546
  • — See also Foundry
  • Mower', Gang, Ransomes’ Tractor-Mounted (Ford Motor Co., Ltd.), 41*
  • Mowlem, J., and Co., Ltd., Jetty at Shell Haven Oil Refinery, 705*
  • Muffle Furnace, Electric (Gradec, Ltd.), 253* Milliard Ltd., 15-MeV Linear Electron Accelerator, 161* ; Ultrasonic Soldering Iron, Use in Foundry, 647
  • Mullardoch Dam and Power Station, Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 457*
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Municipal Services and Public Works Congress and Exhibition, Olympia, 143, 573*, 595*, 626*
  • — Tramways. See Tramways
  • Murrell, H., on Applied Psychology and Machine Design, 380. See 265. See LETTERS, 308, 444
  • Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Centennial of American Engineering, 345*, 369, 444
  • — Science, South Kensington, Electrical-
  • Power Collection, 243 ; Ramsay Centenary Exhibition, 475 ; Mining Collection, 667
  • Mushets, Story of (Review), 163
  • NAPIER, D., and SONS, LTD., “Eland” Propeller Turbine Aero Engine, 310*
  • Nation and Meaning of Economic Crisis, 742 National Affairs and Electricity-Supply, 505
  • — Coal Board, Annual Report, 50 ; Fireproof
  • Conveyor Belting in Coal Mines, 147 ; Opening of Calverton Colliery, 411, 447* ; Management Training Scheme, 539 ; Gatehead Protective Canopy for Collieries, 785* National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., Maple Lodge Sewage Works Power Plant, 628*
  • — Physical Laboratory, Tests- of 72-in. Gear-
  • Hobbing Machine, 193* ; Report on Utilisation of Solar Energy, 601, 607, 645, 679 ; Optical Dynamic Weighbar for Fatigue- Testing Machine, by P. G. Forrest, 801*
  • — Policy for Fuel and Power, Report on, 343,
  • 378, 569
  • — Radio and Television Exhibition, 275
  • — Science Centre, Site for, 466
  • — Smoke Abatement Society, Portsmouth Conference, 443
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics

Naval Architects, Institution of :

  • Scholarships, 660
  • Autumn Joint Meeting with Italian Association of Naval Architects, Italy:
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 465 Reports of Discussions, 466, 498, 604,
  • 637, 658, 690, 734, 754, 798, 819 Visits and Excursions, 465, 733, 819 Longitudinal Strength : Review of Some
  • Recent Developments, by J. Turnbull, 449*, 483*. See 466, 498
  • Six Recent Atlantic Liners, by General E. De Vito, 604
  • Ship-Model Correlation, by Prof. E V Telfer, 637
  • Measurement of Vibrations in Ships and Use of Electric and Electronic Apparatus, by Dr. G. Villa. 658
  • Fire Protection in Passenger Ships, by
  • J. Venus and Dr. E. C. B. Corlett, 690
  • Effect of Pitch and Blade Width on Propeller Performance, by R. W. L. Gawn, 734
  • Principal Characteristics of Warship Design, by Prof. A. Servello, 754
  • Investigation into Motions of Ships at Sea, by A. J. Williams, 798, 819
  • General G. Rota Elected Honorary Member, 733
  • Naval Architects, Italian Association of, Joint Meeting with Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects, Institution of
  • — Architecture, Applications of Physics in, 86
  • Naval Architecture, Theory of (Review), 826 See also Wars Alps
  • — Construction. See Warships
  • — See also Wars Alps
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Navvy. See Excavator ?
  • Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships
  • — United States. See United States under Warships
  • — See also Naval; Warships; and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., Travelling Tower Crane, 574*
  • Netherlands, Education-of Engineers in, 70,165
  • — State Railways, Fixed and Mobile Rectifier Substations, 217*
  • See also Holland
  • Nevelin Electric Co., Ltd., “ Nevitron ” Mercury-Arc Rectifier, 373*
  • “ Neverita,” Welded Oil Tanker, Longitudinal Strength of, 449, 466
  • “ Nevitron ” Mercury-Arc Rectifier, 373*
  • New River Water Company, History of, 605, 622, 675
  • — Zealand, Auckland Harbour Bridge, Proposed, 673*
  • Government Railways, 4-8-2 Oil-Burning Locomotive, 89* ; Cargo-Loading System for Aircraft, 804*
  • Roxborough Power Station, 10-ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 755*
  • New Zealand Shipping Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Surrey,” Gearbox and Electromagnetic Coupling of, 299*
  • Newall Engineering Co., Ltd., Thread- Grinding Machine, 398*
  • “ Newcombia,” Welded Oil Tanker, Longitudinal Strength of, 449, 466
  • Newcomen Society, “ Decapod ” Locomotive of Great Eastern Railway, by W. O. Skeat, 763
  • Newcomen, T., Commemoration at Dartmouth, 244*. See LETTERS, 275, 307
  • Newitt, Prof. D. M., on Training of Chemical Engineers, 388. See 445
  • Newton Abbot, Royal Agricultural Show, 10*, 41*, 72*
  • — Observatory, 100-in. Telescope, Progress with, 625
  • Newton, L. O., the Late, 5.65
  • Niagara Falls Hydro-Electric Developments, 687*
  • Nickel Plating, Substitutes for, Investigations on, 640
  • Nile, River, General Account of, and Utilisation of Waters of (Review), 653
  • “ Nimonic Alloy 80A,” Creep Tests of (Mond Nickel Co., Ltd.), 415*
  • “ Nimonic Alloy 95,” Properties and Uses, 182 ; Creep Tests of (Mond Nickel Co., Ltd.), 415
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd., Automatic Sharpening Machine for Circular Saws, 327*
  • Noise, Physics and Technique of (Review), 524
  • — and Its Suppression, 87
  • Nomogram for Mean Radius of Curvature of Helical Tooth Flanks, 235*
  • Nomographic Charts (Review), 781 Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Ferrous Metals. See Metals; Metallurgy Normalair, Ltd., Cabin Pressure Control
  • Equipment for “ Princess ” Flying-Boat, 593*
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., 4-8-2 Oil- Fired Locomotive for New Zealand, 89* ; Passenger Locomotive for Indian Metre- Gauge Railways, 575*
  • — East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Presidential Address by Lt.-Col. T. E. Smith on Training for Shipbuilding Industry, 639; Structural Behaviour of Main Engine Seatings and Bedplate in Cargo Ship Under Static Bending Tests, by A. J. Johnson and Dr. J. E. Richards, 755
  • — Notes from. See Scotland
  • — of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, Storr Lochs and Gairloch Schemes, 173*; Glen Moriston Hydro-Electric Scheme, 343 ; Glen Affric Scheme, 457*, 489*, 507, 553*
  • Northampton Engineering College, London, Old Students’ Dinner, 731
  • Northwich Station, Cast-Iron Bridge Girder at, Repair to, 613
  • Norton, Sir J., and Co., Ltd., Inverted-Type Rotary Swaging Machine, 153*
  • Norway, Education of Engineers in, 70, 165 Notes. _ See Lancashire and South Yorkshire ;
  • Midlands ; Scotland; South-West; Labour. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX.
  • —r on New Books. See Books and LITERATURE INDEX
  • Nottingham University, Stuart Lecture on Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6* ; Investigation on Fixed End Moments in Beams with Linear Haunches, 68.* See LETTERS 381* ; Investigations on Shot Peening of Steel, 509, 545*, 580*
  • Nozzle, Heat Transfer in, at Supersonic Speeds, 281*
  • “ Nubian ” Four-Wheel Drive Motor Chassis, 499*
  • “ Nubian ” 78-h.p. Motor Water Tender, 499* Nuclear Energy and Railway Motive Power, 454
  • — Physics, British Contribution to, 547
  • — — Ethical Problems Raised by, 311
  • — Reactors, University Lectures on, 115
  • — Research, International Laboratory for,
  • Proposed, 51
  • Nucleation of Cast Metals at Mould Face, 461 Nuffield Engineering Division, Mobile Tender for Road Proving Motor Cars, 468*
  • — Foundation, Annual Report, 443
  • Numbers, Rational, Arctangents of, Tables of (Review), 555
  • Nuts and Bolts, Shear, for Aircraft, Specification, 15
  • Nuttall, E., Sons and Co. (London), Ltd., Claerwen Dam, 530*, 559*
  • Nydqvist and Holm, A.B., 96-MW Francis Turbines 585*, 617*

Obituary: See Engineering 1952 Jul-Dec: Index: Obituaries

  • Observatory, Royal, Greenwich, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 572, 624 ; Time Ball at, 603. See LETTER, 669
  • Ocean Pier, Dublin, Construction of, 1*; Extensions, 814*
  • “ Ocean Vulcan,” S.S., Welded Cargo Ship, Longitudinal Strength of, 449*, 466; Behaviour of Marine-Engine Bedplate and Seatings, 755
  • “ Oceanic,” S.S., Ship of 1870, 387* ; Ship of 1899, 417*
  • Oceanic Steam Navigation Co., S.S. “Oceanic” and S.S. “ Germanic,” 387* 417*
  • O’Dwyer, N., Dry Dock, Port of Dublin, 815*
  • Ohio, Cleveland, Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank Factory, 681*
  • Oil Deposits Revealed by Geological Researches, 702
  • — Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Fuel Burners, Flame-Failure Control for
  • (Rheostatic Co., Ltd.), 187*
  • Heater, Application of “ Sunrod ” System to, 745*
  • - for Railways, 453
  • — and Fuel Systems, “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 591*
  • — Industry, Persian, Exhibition of Films of, 763
  • — Lubricating, Systems, “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 591*
  • -—- Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Vehicle; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Pipeline, Kirkuk-Banias, Iraq, Opening, 667 Under-Sea, at Cape Verde Islands, 689
  • — Pollution of Sea Water by, Committee on 19, 151
  • — Recovery Vat for Effluent-Treatment-
  • Plant for Tank Factory, 683*
  • — Refinery, Cory ton, of Vacuum Oil Co., 334*
  • Llandarcy, Extension Works, 510
  • Shell Haven, Jetty at, 705*
  • ?— Separator, Centrifugal, for Commercial- Vehicle Engines, 678*
  • — Storage Tanks at Canvey Island, 801
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • — Tanker “ Auris,” Operating Experience
  • with 1,200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 639
  • — — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics,
  • 147, 571
  • Launches and Trial Trips of, 15, 96, 121, 159, 192, 224, 456, 519, 644, 710, 767, 804
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Well Drilling Barge, Diesel-Electric, for
  • Venezuela (Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd.), 583*
  • — See also Lubrication ; Petroleum
  • Old N’lons Annual Dinner, 731
  • Olding, J., and Co., Ltd., Overhead-Beam 13-cub. yd. Scraper, 595*
  • Oliver Machinery Co., Ltd., Stamping Trimmer, 434*
  • “ Olsen ” Ductility-Testing Machine, 433* Olympia. See Exhibition
  • “ Olympus ” Turbojet Engine, 13* Omnibus. Motor. See Motor Omnibus O’Neill, Prof. H., on Cultural and Professional
  • Aspects of Metallurgical Training, 94
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission; St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 551*, 612 , Developments at Niagara Falls, 687*
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Optical Projector (J. E. Baty and Co., Ltd.), 433* “ Orcades,” S.S., Atlantic Liner, 604 Ore Deposits, Revelation by Geological
  • Research, 738
  • — Iron, Import Statistics, 241
  • “ Ornierod ” 12-in. Shaping Machine, 435* Ormsby, E. G., on Upper Boat Power Station,
  • 213. See 85*
  • Oscillation, Damped and Forced, Vector Method of Solving, 620*, 685*, 796*. See LETTER, 795
  • Oswalds and Ridgway, Ltd., Automatic Flow
  • Control Valve, 590*
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • — Drying, 13,000-cub. ft., for Transformers
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 739*
  • — Infra-Red, for Loudspeaker Assembly
  • (T. C. Spray Finishing Systems), 834* Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • — Lines, Power Transmission, British Elec
  • tricity Authority’s Annual Report, 473 Power Transmission, Calculation of Constants, 315, 401. See Errata, 380
  • — — Power Transmission, Direct-Current, for
  • Railways, 819
  • — — Power Transmission, Paris-Lyons Rail
  • way, 655*
  • Power Transmission, Productivity Report on, 298
  • Power Transmission, 275-kV Most Economic Voltage for, 190
  • — — Power Transmission, 10,656-ft. Span
  • Across Kootenay Lake, 454*
  • — — Power Transmission, 380-kV, Sweden,
  • 190, 748*, 781*
  • Oxford, International Congress on Rheology, 1953, Arrangements for, 266
  • — Meeting, Institute of Metals. See Znsi£4wte
  • o/ Metals
  • Oxide Films on Metal Crystals, Effect of, 797, 828
  • Oxley Engineering Co., Ltd., Oil-Storage Tanks at Canvey Island, 801 ; Dry Purification Plant, Howden-on-Tyne, 810*
  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding. See Welding Oxygen Absorption by Coal, 102
  • PACKAGES, Small, Check Weighing Machine for (Industrial Products (Speco), Ltd.), 771*
  • Packer, Case, for Bottles (Lilleshall Co., Ltd.), 236*
  • Paduart, A., on Formwork Used on Sheds at Antwerp, 187*
  • Painter Brothers, Ltd., Callender-Hamilton Road Bridge at Great Yarmouth, 775*
  • “ Pamcol ” Tractor-Mounted One-Way Plough, 42*
  • Pametrada, Annual Report, 278
  • Panama Canal, Annual Report, 83
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Paris-Lyons Railway Electrification, 507, 654* Parkinson, J., and Son (Shipley), Ltd., Universal Milling Machine, 434*
  • Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, Deputation on Application of Results of Research, 147
  • Parsons Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Particle Packing in Concrete, 313*, 354*
  • Passenger Ships. See Ships
  • Patent Legislation, History of, 829
  • — Office, Centenary of, 829
  • Pattern-Making Machines. See Machine Tools Paulin, W. J„ the Late, 630
  • Pearson, W. B., on Constitution of Nickel- Vanadium Alloys, 529
  • Peat-Burning, 750-kW Gas Turbine, 721
  • — Winning at Clonast Bog, Ireland, 22
  • Peening, Shot, and Fatigue of Steel, 509, 545*, 580*
  • “ Pegaso ” 170-b.h.p. Motor Car, 565
  • Peirson and Co., Ltd., Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 674*
  • Penney, Sir W. G., Explosion of First British Atomic Weapon, 562*
  • Peres, N. J. C., on Nomogram for Mean Radius of Curvature of Helical Tooth Flanks, 235*
  • Perkins, F., Ltd., 52-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Horizontal Diesel Engine, 499* ; 34-b.h.p. Three-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 499*; 62-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 626
  • Persian Oil Industry, Exhibition of Films cf, 763
  • Personal, 15, 47, 79, 111, 143, 175, 206, 239, 271, 303, 339, 375, 407, 439, 471, 503, 535, 567, 599, 631, 663, 695, 727, 759, 791, 823
  • Petrol, Branded, Supply of (Esso Petroleum Co.), 380
  • — Carburettors. See Carburettors
  • — Motors. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Cars ; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum Industry, Flanged Steel Check Valve for, Specification, 143
  • — — Flanged-Steel Globe Valves for, Specifi
  • cation, 392
  • — See also Oil; Engines, Oil
  • Petters, Ltd., 80-h.p., Four-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 626*
  • pH Recorder and Controller, Continuous (G. Kent, Ltd.), 451*
  • Philadelphia Experiment, Bicentenary of, 114 Phillips, H. W. L., on Properties of Anodic Film on Aluminium, 689. See 750
  • Phosphate Coatings on Steel, Corrosion Under, 646
  • Phosphorus-Oxygen Equilibria in Liquid Iron, 765, 786
  • Photo-Elastic Stress Analysis, Scope and Limitations of, 833*
  • — Electric Absorptiometer (Hilger and Watts,
  • Ltd.), 191*
  • Photographic Recorder, Six-Channel (Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd.), 625*
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs
  • Psychology, Applied, Research Unit, Work on Machine Design, 265. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 444
  • Physical Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • — Laboratory. See National Physical
  • — Research in Australia, 784, 827
  • Physicists, Industrial, in Scotland, Education and Training of, 55, 86. See LETTER', 179
  • Physics, Acoustics in Modern Building Practice (Review), 588
  • — Applications in Naval Architecture, 86
  • — — in Transport, 86
  • — Experimental, British Contribution to, 487,
  • 547
  • — Industrial, Conference, Glasgow. See Physics, Institute of

Physics, Institute of :

  • Industrial Physics Conference, Glasgow : Reports of Proceedings, 21, 54, 86
  • Physics in Service of Metallurgy, by Sir A. McCance, 21
  • Meteorology in Industry, by Sir R. Watson-Watt, 54
  • Discussion on Education and Training of Industrial Physicists in Scotland, 55, 86. See LETTER, 179
  • Physics and Sound Reproduction, by D. T. N. Williamson, 86
  • Some Applications of Physics in Naval Architecture, by Prof. A. M. Robb, 86
  • Some Applications of Physics in Transport, by M. G. Bennett and T. A. Eames, 86
  • Automatic Control of Industrial Processes, by A. J. Young, 87
  • Noise and Its Suppression, by N. Fleming, 87
  • Physics Laboratory of British Scientific Instrument Research Association, 660
  • — Low-Temperature (Review), 261
  • — Nuclear, Ethical Problems Raised by, 311
  • — and Plastic Deformation, Investigations on,
  • 383, 420, 450
  • — Radioactivity in Mineral Dressing, Applica
  • tions of, 677
  • —r in Service of Metallurgy, 21
  • — Sound Recording and Reproduction (Re
  • view), 427
  • — and Sound Reproduction, 86
  • — Thermodynamics, Physical Principles of
  • (Review), 555
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Physiological Problems of High-Performance Military Aircraft, 369
  • Pickling Plant at Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 382*, 510, 649*
  • “ Picop ” Hydraulic Tracing Lathe, 399*
  • Pier, Balloch, Loch Lomond, Reconstruction of, 623*
  • — Ocean, Dublin, Construction of, 1*;
  • Extensions, 814*
  • Pile Driver, Diesel-Operated (British Steel Piling Co., Ltd.), 626 ,
  • — ?— Portable (British Steel Piling Co., Ltd.)
  • 626*
  • Piling, Reinforced-Concrete, for Fitting-Out . Quay, Sunderland, 528*
  • Pinions. See Gears ; Gearing
  • “ Pip ’’-Placing Machine for Pottery Industry (G. H. Whitehouse and Son, Ltd.), 578*
  • Pipe Bends, Short-Radius, Investigations on, 795
  • — Bending, Hearth, Gas-Fired (Dowson &
  • Mason Gas Plant Co., Ltd.), 644*
  • — Cutters, Specification, 79
  • — Fabrication Works of Stewart and Lloyds
  • of India, Ltd., 267*
  • — Fittings, Malleable-Iron and Copper-Alloy,
  • Specification, 488
  • — Fluid Flow in (Review), 653
  • — Laying Machine (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 756
  • — Screwing, Machine, Tangential (W. J. L.
  • Machinery), Ltd., 251*
  • — Threads, Unification of, A.B.C. Conference
  • on, 306
  • — Water, Small-Diameter, for Rural Supplies,
  • Report on, 484
  • — See also Tubes
  • Pipeline, Endrick Valley, for Glasgow Water Supply, 119
  • — Hauled on to River Bed by Locomotives,
  • 383*
  • — Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 491*
  • — Oil, Kirkuk-Banias, Iraq, Opening of, 667
  • — — Under-Sea, at Cape Verde Islands, 689
  • — Tracy Pumping Plant, California, 426*
  • — Water Hammer in, 148. See LETTERS, 212,
  • 380, 572, 636
  • Piping, Milk, and Milk-Pipe Fittings, Specification, 111
  • Pippard, Dr. A. *B., on High-Frequency Surface Resistance of Metals, 689. See 750
  • Pirelli-General Cable Works, Ltd., Manufacture of Aluminium-Sheathed Cables, 614*
  • Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Plan Printer, Continuous (E. N. Mason and Sons, Ltd.), 435*
  • Planing Machine. See JfacAine Tools
  • Plant Maintenance in British Collieries, 61, 93
  • Plastic Deformation of Metals, Investigations on, 383, 420, 450
  • — of Metals Researches in Australia, 784 Plastics in Engineering, Future of, 666, 701, 770. See LETTER, 764
  • — Institute, Annual Lecture on Future of
  • Plastics in Engineering, by J. E. Gordon, 701, 770. See 666. See LETTER, 764
  • — Polyvinyl-Chloride Sheet in Rigid Form, 167 Plate-Bending Rolls. See Afacftwie Tools
  • — Corrugated, Bending Strength of, Investi
  • gations on, 509, 609*
  • Plate, Mild-Steel, Effect of Direction of Rolling and of Straining on, 818
  • Platform, Loading, Mobile (Lansing-Bagnall, Ltd.), 29*
  • Plating, Electro. See Electro
  • Platypus Tractor Co., Ltd., Tractor with “ Rotavator ” Attachment, 756*
  • Plessey, Ltd., Infra-Red Oven for Loudspeaker Assembly, 834*
  • Plough and Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd., Mounted One-Way Plough, 42*
  • — One-Way, for “Cropmaster” Tractor (D.
  • Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 42*
  • “ Plym,” H.M. Frigate, 562*
  • Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 674*
  • Plywood Industry, Australian, Investigations for, 765
  • Pneumatic Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — See also Compressed Air; Air Compressor Polarised Light. See Light; and PhotoElastic
  • Polesworth, Train Derailment at, Report, 85
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, and Alkali Works Report, 82
  • — of Sea Water by Oil, Committee on, 19,151
  • — Water, Research Board, Annual Report, 274 Polytechnic. See
  • Polyvinyl-Chloride Sheet in Rigid Form (Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.), 167
  • Population and Food Supply, Problems of, 311 Port of Dublin, Developments at, 1*, 814* Port and Harbour Fenders, Ltd., Suspended Concrete Fender for Jetty, 705*
  • •— Operations Panels, Establishment of, 83
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Portsmouth, National Smoke Abatement Society Conference at, 443
  • Potato Elevator-Loader, 149*
  • Pottery Industry, ‘ Pip ’’-Placing Machine for (G. H. Whitehouse and Sons, Ltd.), 578*
  • Powell, Prof., Photographic Emulsion Technique, 547
  • Power Alcohol. See Alcohol
  • — Conference, World, Future Programmes, 475
  • ?— Convention, Electrical, British. See British Electrical Powtr Convention
  • — and Fuel, National Policy for, Report on,
  • 343, 378, 569
  • Power Gas Corporation, Producer-Gas Plant, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • — Generation from Hot Springs at Belgian
  • Congo Tin Mine, 660*, 691*
  • — Hammer. See Hammer under Machine
  • Tools
  • — Motive, for Railways, 421*, 453
  • — Plant, Hydro-Electric, Andre Blondel, 571
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Central Valiev, Cali
  • fornia, 4*, 38*, 425*, 463*
  • Hydro-Electric, Garrison Dam, 33- MVA 13-2/230-kV Transformers for, 78, 119
  • Hvdro-Electric, Glen Affric Scheme, 457* 489*, 507, 553*
  • Hydro-Electric, Glen Moriston, 343
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Harspranget, Sweden
  • 585*, 617*
  • Hydro-Electric, Harspranget, Transformers, Switchgear and Cables, 748*, 781*
  • Hydro-Electric, in Italy, 134*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Lower Bhavani Dam,
  • 779
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Niagara Falls Scheme,
  • 687*
  • Hydro-Electric, St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 551*, 612
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Storr Lochs and Gair-
  • ioch Schemes, 173*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Volta River Scheme,
  • 699, 729
  • Solar Energy, Possibilities of, 601, 607, 645, 679
  • — — See also Power Stations ; Substations
  • — Production, Alcohol for. See Alcohol
  • — Press. See Machine Tools
  • — Resources in Arid Zones, Development of,
  • 443
  • — Spinning in Ireland, 509, 771
  • — Station, Electric, at Belgian Congo Tin
  • Mine, 660*, 691*
  • Electric, British Electricity Authority’s Annual Report, 473
  • — — Electric, Bury St. Edmunds Beet-
  • Sugar Factory, 710*
  • — — Electric, Coryton Oil Refinery, 334*
  • — — Electric, Dunston “ B,” Design and
  • Operation of, 571, 802*, 836
  • — — Electric, at Guinness’s Brewery, Dublin,
  • 22
  • Electric, Italian, 134*
  • — — Electric, Maple Lodge Sewage Works,
  • 222*, 380, 411, 476, 628*. See LETTERS, 308
  • — — Electric, 60-MW Pass-Out, Wilton
  • Works, 830*
  • Electric, Plymouth “ B,” 674*
  • — — Electric, Public and Private, Parallel
  • Operation of, 230
  • Electric, Roxborough, New Zealand, 10-ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 755* Electric, Skelton Grange, Shell Roof at, 186
  • Electric, South Africa, Report on, 635
  • — — Electric, Trafford, 15,000-l<W Gas
  • Turbine and Alternator, 216*, 335*
  • Electric, Upper Boat, South Wales, 85*. See LETTER, 213
  • Electric, Waste-Gas Treatment at, 82 See also Powxr Plants; Substations
  • — and Steam in Gas Industry, 804
  • — Supply, Electric, British Electricity Autho
  • rity’s Annual Report, 473
  • Electric, British Electricity Authority’s Statistics, 201, 275, 411, 539
  • — — Electric, British European Airways
  • Engineering Base, 558*
  • Electric, Bury St. Edmunds Beet-Sugar Factory, 710*
  • — — Electric, Consumption, Statistics of,
  • 201, 275, 411, 539
  • -Electric, Developments in Productivity,
  • Power Supply, Electric, Diesel-Driven, for Claerwen Dam Construction, 561
  • Electric, and Domestic Heating and Cooking, 29. See LETTER, 84
  • Electric, Employees, Training of, 400 Electric, Exchange of, in Europe, Report on, 475
  • Electric, in Gasworks, 804
  • Electric, Great Britain, Consumption Statistics, 201, 275, 411, 539
  • Electric, in Great Britain : Its Development and Organisation (Review), 261
  • Electric, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • — — Electric Industry, Future of, 190
  • Electric, in Italy, 134*
  • Electric, and National Affairs, 505
  • Electric, Paris-Lyons Railway, 654* Electric, Public and Private, Parallel Operation of, 230
  • — — Electric, for Railways, 421, 453
  • Electric, in South Africa, Report on, 635
  • — — Electric, for Tracy Pumping Plant,
  • California, 464*
  • — — Electric, Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649* Electrical Industry, Research in, 18, 30,
  • 59
  • — Transmission, Overhead Lines, British
  • Electricity Authority’s Annual Report, 473
  • — —- Overhead Lines, Calculation of Constants,
  • 315, 401. See Errata, 380
  • Overhead Lines, Direct-Current, for Railways, 819
  • Overhead Lines, Paris-Lyons Railway, 655*
  • •— — Overhead Lines, Productivity Report, 298
  • — — Overhead Lines, 275-kV, Reason for, 190 Overhead Lines, 10,656-ft. Span Across
  • Kootenay Lake, 454*
  • — — Overhead Lines, 380-kV, Sweden, 748*,
  • 781*
  • — — See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Water. See Hydraulic; Power Plants,
  • Hydro-Electric; Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Practice, Codes of, Ministry of Works. See Standards
  • Pratt, Dr. P. L., on Opaque Stop Microscope for Studying Surface Relief, 461; on Twin Accommodation in Zinc, 461
  • Precimax ” Grinding and Fine-Boring Machines, 431*
  • Preheater, Air, for Waste-Heat Gas Turbine, 740*
  • Presidential Address to British Association by Prof. A. V. Hill on Ethical Dilemma of Science, 310, 356. See 305, 335
  • to British Association, Section A— Mathematics and Physics, by Prof. A. M. Tyndall on Some British Contributions to Experimental Physics, 487, 547. See 305
  • to British Association, Section B— Chemistry, by Prof. W. Wardlaw on Advancing Front of Chemistry, 484, 517 to British Association, Section C— Geology, by Dr. J. E. Richey, on Geological Research and Its Practical' Application, 702, 738
  • — — to British Association, Section F—
  • Economics, by Prof. D. T. Jack on Full Employment in Retrospect, 377. See LETTERS, 508, 604, 700.
  • to British Association, Section G— Engineering, by Sir B. Lockspeiser on Progress in Aeronautical Science and Engineering, 317*, 357*. See 402
  • — — to British Electrical Power Convention,
  • by P. V. Hunter, on Organisation of Electrical Industry, 29. See 18
  • to British Waterworks Association by A. Wallace on Public Water Supply, 343
  • — — to Institution of Civil Engineers by H. F.
  • Cronin on Water Supply of London, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • to Institution of Electrical Engineers by Col. B. H. Leeson on Electricity Supply and National Affairs, 505
  • — — to Institution of Engineers and Ship
  • builders in Scotland by Sir W. Wallace on Hydraulic Equipment, 711, 742 to Institution of Locomotive Engineers by C. M. Cock on Motive Power for Railways, 421*, 453
  • to Institution of Mechanical Engineers by Sir D. Pye on Art of Practical Engineer, 542*. See 538
  • to Institution of Metallurgists by Prof. H. O’Neill on Cultural and Professional Aspects of Metallurgical Training; 94
  • to Institution of Structural Engineers by E. Granter on Structural Engineering on Thameside, 582
  • to Junior Institution of Engineers by Air Comdre. F. R. Banks on Air and the Future, 799, 835
  • — — to North East Coast Institution of
  • Engineers and Shipbuilders by Lt.-Col. T. E. Smith on Training for Shipbuilding Industry, 639
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressure Plant, Pulsating, for Testing Pressure Vessels, 97*
  • — Vessel, Stress Probing for, 97*
  • Preston, R. St. J., on Tests for Phosphated Coatings on Steel, 646
  • Prestressed Concrete Co., Ltd., Prestressed- Concrete Arches, Claerwen Dam, 531* 559*
  • — — See Concrete, Prestressed
  • Prestressing in Shell Roof Construction, 106, 186
  • “ Pretoria Castle,” S.S., 1947, 418*
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., f-cub. yd. Excavator with Trenching Bucket, 627*
  • Primary Battery. See Cell under Electric
  • Princess ” Flying Boat, Launch of, 243 ; Construction of 289*, 371*, 429*, 495*, 591*
  • Pringle, A. V., on Textile Engineering, 771. See 509
  • Printer, Plan, Continuous (E. N. Mason and Sons, Ltd.), 435*
  • Printing Industry, Hazards from Static Electricity, 548. See LETTER, 604
  • Processes, Industrial, Automatic Control of, 87 Process Plant, Rubber Anti-Corrosive Linings for (Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.), 54*
  • Producer-Gas Plant, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 809*
  • Production Engineers, Institution of, Annual Dinner, 507
  • Productivity, Anglo-American Council on, Report on Electricity-Supply Industrv, 298
  • American Council on, Final Report, 341
  • — Conference of British Electrical Develop
  • ment Association, 602
  • British Iron and Steel Research Association, 612
  • British Steel Founders’ Association, 793
  • — Measurement of, Work-Study Application
  • and Training (Review), 506
  • — Team’s Report on American Practice in
  • Steel Construction, 51
  • — Report on Iron and Steel, 17
  • Professional Classes Aid Council, Annual Report, 83
  • Projectile and Engineering Co., Ltd., Cold- Chamber Die-Casting Machine. 365*
  • Projector, Contour, Kodak (G. E. Marbaix, Ltd.), 367*
  • — Optical (J. E. Baty and Co., Ltd.), 433* Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Marine, Performance, Effect of Pitch and
  • Blade Width on, 734
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion; Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers
  • Prospecting, Geophysical, Vol. II (Review), 460 “ Proteus 625 ” Turbine Propeller Aeroplane, Engine, 245*, 258*
  • Public-Health Engineering Courses, Report, 83
  • — Lighting Engineers, Association of, Confer
  • ence and Exhibition, Programme, 71, 307
  • — Works and Municipal Services Congress and
  • Exhibition, Olympia, 143, 573*, 595*, 626* Pugh, S. F., on Twin Accommodation in Zinc, 461
  • Pulsating Pressure Plant for Testing Pressure Vessels, 97*
  • Pulverised-Fuel Plant, “ Concenter ” Power Station, Genoa, 135*
  • — — Plant, Dunston “ B ” Power Station,
  • 802*, 836
  • Pumps, Air. See Air Compressors
  • — Centrifugal, Maple Lodge Sewage Works,
  • 629*
  • Multi-Stage, Tractor-Mounted (J. Beresford and Son, Ltd.), 74*
  • Glandless (Hydraulic and Mechanical Developments, Ltd.), 511*
  • —- — 84-in. Vertical-Shaft, Tracy Pumping Plant, 425*, 463*
  • — for Effluent-Treatment Plant at Tank Fac
  • tory, 683*
  • — for Hot-Spring Power Generating Plant,
  • 661*, 691*
  • — Hydraulic, for Solid Railway-Wheel Forge,
  • 713*, 753*
  • — Manufacture, 21st Anniversary of Varley
  • Pumps and Engineering, Ltd., 549
  • — Petrol-Injection, Test Rig at Treforest
  • Factory of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 131*
  • — Rotary-Vane, Foam and Water, Fire-Fight
  • ing (Sun Engineering (Richmond), Ltd.), 577
  • Pumping Plant, Coryton Oil Refinery, 334 for Dry Dock, Sunderland, 527 for London Water Supplv, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • — Tracy, Central Valley Project, 425*, 463* Purification Plants, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 809*
  • — of Sewage. See Sewage
  • — of Water. See Water
  • Pye, Sir D., on Art of Practical Engineer, 542*. See 538
  • Pyrometer. See Thermocouple
  • “ QUANTOMETER ” Spectrograph for Cast- Iron Research, 53*
  • Quay, Alexandra, Port of Dublin, 2*, 815*
  • — Fitting-Out, Extensions to T. W. Greenwell
  • and Co., Ltd., Sunderland, 528*
  • Queen Mary College, London, Experiments on Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6*
  • — and Servant of Science : Mathematics (Re
  • view), 524
  • Queen’s Island, Belfast, Shipbuilding at, 385*, 417*
  • Queenston, Ontario, Niagara Falls Hydro- Electric Plant, 687*
  • RACING Motor Cars, Display at International
  • Motor Show, 565
  • Radar Work of Signals Research and Development Establishment, 153,189
  • Radford Chain Lubricator (Snowden, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 518*
  • Radial Drill. See Erill and Driving under Machine Tools
  • Radio-Chemical Laboratories, Ventilation and Heating in, 62, 89
  • Radio Heaters, Ltd., 30-kW Induction Heater, 435*
  • — Loudspeaker Assembly, Infra-Red Oven for, 834*,
  • — Research in Australia, 828
  • — and Television Exhibition, National, 275
  • — See also Telegraphy, Wireless ; Telephony,
  • Wireless ; Television ; Radar
  • Radioactivity in Mineral Dressing, Applications of, 677
  • Radioisotopes in Study of Metal-Surface Reactions in Solution, 689, 750
  • Rail Manufacture, Application of Statistics to,
  • 294*
  • Railcars. See Carriages, Railway
  • Railroad. See Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Bridges. See Bridge
  • — British, Locomotive Testing at Swindon,
  • 25* ; Frequency Conversion on Southern Region Line, 53 ; British Transport Commission’s Annual Report, 81 ; Train Derailment at Polesworth, Report on, 85 ; Work of Research Department, 86 ; Investigations on Railway-Curve Design, 221; M.S. “ Cambria,” 418* ; Opening- Out of Brotherton Railway Tunnel, 447* ; Centenary of Snow Hill Station, 470 ; Harrow-We aidstone Accident Inquiry, 507 ; Euston Station Power-Operated Signal Box, 513*; Repairs to Cast-Iron Bridge Girder at Northwich, 613; Reconstruction of Balloch Pier, 623 ; Multiple-Unit Trains for, 635 ; Railways and Transport Bill, 665. See LETTER, 732; Electric-Battery Tractor for, 690* ; Illuminated Lifter Barriers for Level Crossing, 703*. See LETTER, 795 ; Railway-Track Recording, 766*; Liverpool Street- Shenfield Electrification, Overhead Equipment for, 819
  • — Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Ceylon Government, 1,000-h.p. Diesel-
  • Electric Locomotive, 700*. See LETTER, 795
  • — Electrification, Direct-Current Overhead
  • Equipment for, 819
  • — French National, Use of “ Matisa-Mauzin ”
  • Track Recording Car, 225, 659 ; Paris- Lyons Electrification, 507; Electrification of Paris-Lyons Line, 654* ; Traffic Schedule for Dijon-Le Creusot Section, 719*
  • — Great Eastern “ Decapod ” Locomotive, 763
  • — Indian Metre-Gauge, Passenger Locomotive
  • for, 575*
  • — Level Crossing, Illuminated Lifting Barriers
  • for, 703*. See LETTER, 795
  • — Locomotive. See Locowiotwe
  • — Motive Power for, 421*, 453
  • — Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Netherlands State, Fixed and Mobile Recti
  • fier Substations, 217*
  • — New Zealand, Government, 4-8-2 Oil-Fired
  • Locomotive, 89* ; Cargo-Loading System for Aircraft, 804*
  • — Paris-Lyons, Electrification of, 654*
  • — Rolling Stock. See Carriages ; Locomotives
  • — Signalling. See Signalling
  • — Street. See Tramways
  • — Track Curves, Super Elevation on, 221
  • — — Recording by British Railways, 766*
  • — Traction, Diesel, 40 Years of, 830*
  • — Train Schedules, Automatic Computation of
  • (A. J. Amsler and Co.), 717*
  • — Transport in Works, Application of Statis
  • tics to, 294*
  • — Tube. See London Transport Executive
  • — Underground. See London Transport Exe
  • cutive
  • — Wheels, Solid and Disc Centres, Forge for
  • Continuous Production of (Taylor Brothers <t Co., Ltd.), 713*, 752*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rainfall and Run-Off in Central Valley, California, 4*, 38*, 425*, 463*
  • Rajan, R. D., on Lower Bhavani Dam, 777* Ramsay, Sir W., Centenary Exhibition, 475 Ramsey, J. A., on Deformation of Polycrystalline Zinc, 461
  • Ramsey Murray and White, British European Airways Engineering-Base Building, 521*, 556*
  • Randle, K. C., on Diffusion Coatings, 689. See 750
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Truck Concrete Mixer, 628* ’
  • Ransomes’ Tractor Mounted Gang Mower, 41* Rawlplug Co., Ltd., Drills for Masonry, 595* Rays. See X-Rays
  • Raynor, Prof. G. V., on Constitution of Copper- Zinc-Germanium Alloys, 528
  • Reading Technical College, Appeal for Equipment, 84
  • Rebbeck, Dr. D., on Ships and Shipbuilding in Belfast, 385*, 417*. See 402
  • Recorder and Controller, pH Continuous (G. Kent, Ltd.),), 451*
  • — Photographic, Six-Channel (Boulton Paul
  • Aircraft, Ltd.), 625*
  • Recording Car for Railway Track, “ Matisa- Mauzin,” 225*, 659, 766*
  • — Instruments, Temperature, Chart Ranges
  • for, Specification, 47
  • Rectifiers. See Electric
  • Recuperator for Waste-Heat Gas Turbine, 740* Red Metal: Calumet and Hecla Story (Review), 196
  • Re-drawing of Cylindrical Shells, Investigations on, 763
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Marine Propulsion
  • Reels for Winding Wire, Specification, 520 Reference Books. See Annuals
  • Refinery, Oil, Coryton, of Vacuum Oil Co., 334*
  • — Shell Haven, Jetty at, 705*
  • — Shell Harburg, Hamburg, Laying Pipe Lines
  • on River Bed, 383*
  • Refractories Research in Australia, 828 Refrigerating Plant for Air-Conditioning Plant (J. and E. Hall, Ltd.), 171
  • — — at Guinness’s Brewery, Dublin, 22 Refrigeration, Mechanical, Code of Practice,392
  • — Utilisation of Solar Energy for, 601, 607 Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace Regenerator for 700-kW Gas Turbine, 740* Regent Oil Co., Ltd., Oil-Storage Tanks at
  • Canvey Island, 801
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete Relays, Thermal-Protection, for Electric Motors (Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd.), 757*
  • R.E.M.E., Ten Years of, 441. See LETTERS, 539, 732, 827. See Erratum, 576
  • Rendel, D. G. A., on Engineering Problems of Conditioning Aircraft, 369
  • Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, Passenger Locomotive for Indian Metre-Gauge Railways, 575*
  • Rendering, Cold, of Fats from Cellular Materials, 595
  • Report, A.B.C. Conference on Unification of Engineering Standards, 306
  • — Aircraft Accident Due to Wash from Air
  • Liner, 751
  • — Anglo-American Council on Productivity,
  • on Iron and Steel, 17 ; on Steel Construction, 51; on Electricity Supply Productivity, 298 ; Final Report, 341; on Woodworking Machinery Industry, 795
  • — Annual, Aluminium Development Associa
  • tion, 19
  • British Broadcasting Corporation, 443
  • — — British Cast Iron Research Association,
  • 643
  • British Electricity Authority, 473 British Transport Commission, 81 British Welding Research Association, 83
  • — — Carnegie Institution of Washington, De
  • partment of Terrestrial Magnetism (Review), 652
  • — — Central Board of Irrigation, India (Re
  • view), 196
  • Chemistry Research Board, 570
  • — — Chief Inspector of Alkali, etc., Works, 82
  • — — Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial
  • Research Organisation, 764, 784, 827
  • — — City and Guilds of London Institute, 732 Fire Research Board, 242
  • — — Forest Products Research Board, 698 Gas Council, 635
  • — — Gauge and Tool Makers’ Association, 379,
  • 475
  • — — Institute of Seaweed Research, 211
  • — — International Association for Exchange
  • of Students for Technical Experience, 603
  • — — Mechanical Engineering Research Board,
  • 730
  • — — Medical Research Council, 265. See
  • LETTERS, 308, 380, 444
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 795
  • Ministry of Labour and National Service. 1951, 411
  • National Coal Board, 50
  • Nuffield Foundation, 443
  • — — Pametrada, 278
  • Panama Canal, 83
  • Principal Electrical Inspector of Mines, 178
  • — — Professional Classes Aid Council, 83 South Africa Electricity Supply Commission, 635
  • Water Pollution Research Board, 274
  • — Arid Zones, Development of Power Re
  • sources of, 443
  • — Astronomer Royal’s, 572, 624i
  • — British European Airways, 708
  • — on “ Comet ” Air Liner, Accident, 826
  • — Conference on Training for Ironfounding,
  • 475
  • — Developments and Trends in Iron and Steel
  • Technology, 273
  • — Economic and Technical Mission to Cuba,
  • 634
  • — Economy of Building Materials, 177
  • — Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 410
  • — European Timber Market, 763
  • — on Exchange of Electric Power, by United
  • Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 475
  • — Final, Anglo-American Council on Produc
  • tivity, 341
  • — Gas Council, on Gas-Fired Pipe-Bending
  • Hearth, 644*
  • — of Hydraulics Research Board, 1947-51,
  • 825
  • — on Internal-Combustion Engine Industry,
  • 233
  • — Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain
  • 241
  • — Metallurgical Education Joint Committee,
  • 597
  • — Methods of Corrosion Testing, 646
  • — National Policy for Fuel and Power, 343,
  • 378, 569
  • — Pollution of Sea Water by Oil, 151
  • — Productivity Teams, on Iron and Steel, 17 ;
  • on Steel Construction, 51; on Electricity Supply, 298; Final Report, 341 ; on Woodworking Machinery Industry, 795
  • — Ridley Committee, and Fuel Efficiency Ser
  • vice, 569. See 343, 378
  • — Select Committee on Estimates on Royal
  • Ordnance Factories, 697
  • — Selection, Training and Use of Personnel in
  • Industrial Research in United States, 177
  • — Small-Diameter Water Pipes for Rural
  • Supplies, 484
  • — Supply of Insulated Electric Wires and
  • Cables, 19, 113
  • — Technical, British Engine Boiler and Elec
  • trical Insurance Co., Ltd., 761
  • — Train Derailment at Polesworth, 85
  • — Utilisation of Solar Energy, 601, 607, 645,
  • 679
  • Research, Applied, Application of Statistics to, 294*
  • — Association, Cast Iron, British, Laboratory
  • Extensions at Bordesley Hall, 53* ; Annual Report, 643
  • — — Coke, British, Investigations on Size
  • Distribution of Coke in Blast Furnaces, 805*, 838*
  • — — Hydromechanics, British, Work of, 477 Iron and Steel, British, Torquemeter for
  • Industrial Applications, 20*, 36*; Measurement of Strip Tension in Tandem Mills, 232*, 262* ; Productivity Conference, 612
  • — — Motor Industry, Investigations on
  • Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6* ; Research on Engineering Processes, 762
  • — — Non-Ferrous Metals, British, Investiga
  • tions in Substitutes for Nickel Plating, 640 Scientific Instrument, British, Laboratories of, 659*
  • Shipbuilding, British, Ship-Structure Research Station, Glengarnock, 531*
  • Research Association, Welding, British, Fatigue-Testing Laboratory, Abington, 12*. See Errata, 158 ; Investigation on Stresses in Drumheads of Cylindrical Vessels, 40* ; Annual Report, 83 ; Report on Stresses in Welded Pressure Vessels, 97*; Investigations on Short-Radius Pipe Bends, 795
  • — Board, Chemistry, Annual Report, 570
  • Fire, Annual Report, 242
  • Forest Products, Annual Report, 698 Hydraulics, Report of, 1947-51, 825
  • — ?— Mechanical Engineering, Annual Report,
  • 730
  • Water Pollution, Annual Report, 274
  • — Chemical, Results of, 415, 484, 517, 570, 827
  • — Council, Medical, Investigation on Filter
  • Papers for Fine Coal Dust, 101; Annual Report, 265. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 444
  • — Department, British Railways Executive,
  • Work of, 86
  • — — Scientific and Industrial, Work of Chemi
  • cal Research Laboratory, 415 ; Report on Utilisation of Solar Energy, 601, 607, 645, 679; Underground-Corrosion Inhibition by Tannates, 827
  • — and Development in British Industry,
  • Survey of, 137
  • — in Electrical Industry, 18, 30, 59
  • — in Electrical Supply Industry, 18, 30, 59
  • — Establishment, Atomic Energy, Harwell,
  • 15-MeV Linear Electron Acelerator, 161*; Isotope School at, 549
  • — Engineering and Metallurgical, by Babcock
  • and Wilcox, Ltd., 84. See LETTERS, 179,213
  • — and Engineering Processes, 762
  • — Geological, and Its Application, 702, 738
  • — Government, and National Security, 357
  • — Industrial, Australian Memorial Fellowship,
  • 115
  • — ?— Conference on, New -York, Report on
  • Training of Personnel in Industrial Research, 177
  • Education for, in United States, 177
  • Expenditure on, 137
  • — and Industry, Electronic Instruments in,
  • Symposium on, 307
  • — Institute, Fulmer, Work of, 443, 514*
  • — Laboratories, Aeronautical, Australian Suc
  • tion-Wing Glider, 350*
  • — — Applied, Glendale, California, “ Quanto
  • meter,” 53*
  • Chemical, Work of, 415 : Underground- Corrosion, Inhibition by Tannates, 827
  • • Road, Exhibits at Public Works Ex
  • hibition, 574; Diesel-Driven Soil-Boring Machine, 805*
  • — Nuclear, International Laboratory for, Pro
  • posal for, 51
  • — Operational, and Statistical Methods, in
  • Relation to Transport, 738
  • — Organisation, Commonwealth Scientific and
  • Industrial, Annual Report, 764, 784, 827
  • — Seaweed, Institute of, Annual Report, 211
  • — Scientific, Deputation on Wider Application
  • of, 147
  • — on Shell Roof Construction, 105
  • — Signals, and Development Establishment,
  • Christchurch, Work of, 153, 189
  • — Station, Building, Exhibits at Public Works
  • Exhibition, 574
  • — — for Ship-Structures, Glengarnock, 531*
  • — Steel, at Swinden Laboratories, Rotherham,
  • 150*
  • — Unit, Applied Psychology, Work on Machine
  • Design, 265. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 444
  • — Work of Pametrada in 1951, 278
  • — See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoirs, Air, and Fuel Tanks for “ Trusty ” Motor Chassis (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 499*
  • — Claerwen, Radnorshire, 530*, 559*
  • — Glen Affric Hvdro-Electric Scheme, 457*, 489*, 507, 553*
  • — for London Water Supply, 605, 622, 675. 709
  • — Underground, Rubber Anti-Corrosive Lining for, 54
  • Resins, Synthetic, for Use in Foundries, 87 Resistance, Electric. See Electric
  • — Welding. See Welding Re-Thinking Our Future (Review), 537 Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Reynolds, J., on Electron Compounds in Alloys of Copper and Silver, 528; on Equilibrium Diagram of Copper-Indium Alloys, 529
  • Reynolds, J. A., on Nucleation of Cast Metals at Mould Face, 461
  • — Numbers, Critical, for Steady and Pulsating Flow, 52*
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., Switchgear for Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649
  • Rheology, International Congress on, Oxford, 1953, Arrangements for, 266
  • Rheostatic Co., Ltd., Flame-Failure Control for Oil Burners, 187*
  • ‘ ‘ Rhino ” Steam Tractor, 212*
  • Rhone, River, Donzdre-Mondragon Dam, 571 Richards, G., and Co., Ltd., Horizontal Boring and Facing Machine, 362* ; Vertical Turning and Boring Mill, 363*
  • Richards, Dr. J. E., on Structural Behaviour of Marine-Engine Seatings, 755
  • Richardson, Dr. F. D., on Phosphorus-Oxygen Equilibrium in Liquid Iron, 765. See 786 ; Thermodynamics of Sulphides in Steel Making, 766. See 786 ; on Determination of Sulphur in Slags, 766. See 786
  • Richey, Dr. J. E., on Geological Research and its Application, 702, 738
  • Rickmansworth, Maple Lodge Sewage Works, . Production of Combustible and Fertilising
  • Sludge at, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 476; Sewage Works Power Plant, 628*
  • Ridley Committee Report and Fuel Efficiency Service, 569. See 343, 378
  • Rim-Chilling Machine for Solid Railway-Wheel Forge, 713*, 753*
  • River Bhavani, Madras, Dam on, 777* — Bure, Callender-Hamilton Road Bridge over, 775*
  • Roxborough Power Station, New Zealand, 10- ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 755*
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
  • — Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition Society. See Agricultural
  • — Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Ten
  • Years of, 441. See LETTERS, 539,732,827. See Erratum, 576

Royal Institution :

  • Havilland “ Comet ” Air Liner, by C. T. Wilkins, 735
  • Naval College, Greenwich, Vector Method of Solving Vibration Problems, 620*, 685*, 796*. See LETTERS, 795
  • — Observatory Greenwich, Astronomer
  • Royal’s Report, 572, 624 ; Time Ball at, 603. See LETTER, 669
  • — Ordnance Factories, Report on, 697

Royal Society :

  • Scientific Information Conference, 1948, Results of, 403, 409
  • Anniversary Meeting and Award of Medals for 1952, 731
  • Royal Society of Arts. See Arts
  • — Yacht, New, Particulars of, 699 Royce, Sir H., Works of, 543
  • Rubber Anti-Corrosive Linings for Process
  • Plant (Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.), 54*
  • — Vulcanised, Compounds. Specification, 392
  • Rumanian Railways, Sulzer Locomotives for,
  • 831
  • Rural Electrification, Productivity Report on,
  • 298
  • — Water Supplies, Small-Diameter Pipes for,
  • 484
  • “ Rushworth ” Precision Guillotine, 435* Russell, P., on Commemoration of T. Newcomen, 275. See 244*. See LETTER, 307
  • Russell, S., and Sons, Ltd., Automatic Cold-Sawing Machine, 362*
  • Rusting. See Corrosion Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 750-kW Peat-
  • Burning Gas Turbine, 721
  • Rutherford, N. B., on Metal/Mould Reactions in Castings, 462
  • Ryder, T., and Son, Tool, 394*
  • Ryssen Substation, Netherlands State Railways
  • SACK and Bale Elevator (Alpema Agricultural Machinery Development Co., Ltd.), 12*
  • Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers, California, Utilisation of, 4*, 38*, 425*, 463*
  • Safety and Analysis of Bridges and Structures, 297
  • — Conference, Chemical Works, Buxton, Proceedings (Review), 342
  • — Cut-Off Device for Gas-Fired Boilers (T. de la Rue and Co., Ltd.), 220*
  • — Footwear in Industry, Conference on, 379
  • — Organisation in British Collieries, 61
  • — Provisions in Factories Acts, 214 Saint. See St.
  • Salem Engineering Co., Ltd., Annealing Plant for Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 651* ; 69-ft. Rotary-Hearth Furnace, 713*
  • Salvage of Singapore Floating Dock, 728* Sampling of Ferro Alloys, Methods of, Specification, 725
  • — Ferrous Materials for Analysis, Specification, 15
  • — Gravimetric, of Dust in Coal Mines, 228*
  • Samuely, F. J., Hatfield Technical College, 796
  • “ San Francisco ” Ship, Longitudinal Strength of, 449
  • San Joaquin and Sacramento Rivers, California, Utilisation of, 4*, 38*, 425*, 463*
  • Sand-Core Binding, Use of Synthetic Resins for, 87
  • — Density of, Laboratory Reproduction of,
  • 700*
  • — Foundry, Research in Australia, 784
  • — Preparation Plant, Dowlais Foundry, 33
  • — Slinger at Dowlais Foundry, 33*
  • Sanders, R. Y., on Cooking and Heating Loads of Electricity Supply System, 29. See LETTER, 84
  • Sanderson, H., on Transport Bill, 732. See 665 Sandford, Fawcett and Partners, Maple Lodge Sewage Works, Rickmansworth, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 330, 411, 476; Maple Lodge Power Plant, 628*
  • Sanitary Appliances, Code of Practice for, 143 “ Sapper,” Rear Grader, Tractor-Mounted, 725*
  • “ Sapphire ” 120-h.p. Motor Car, 541* Saunders, Prof. O. A., on Heat Transfer in
  • Nozzel at Supersonic Speeds, 281*
  • Saunders-Roe, Ltd., Launch of Flying Boat “ Princess,” 243 ; Electrical Resistance Strain Gauge, 266 ; Construction of “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 289*, 371*, 429*, 495*, 591* ; “ Skeeter ” Helicopter, 347*
  • Savage, L. H. W., on Cooling of Rimming Steel Ingots, 721; on Time Studies in Steelworks, from Casting to Rolling, 721
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scammell Lorries, Ltd., 125-h.p. Tractor and Semi-Trailer for Bulk Transport of Liquids, 500* ; 160-b.h.p. Six-Wheel Drive Tractor, 500*
  • Scheveningen, International Electrotechnical Commission Meetings at, 411
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • School of Technical Training, Royal Air Force, Halton, 211
  • Science Centre-, National, Site for, 466
  • — Ethical Dilemma of, 305, 310, 356
  • — and Industry, Museum of, Chicago, Centennial of American Engineering, 345*, 369, 444
  • — Museum, South Kensington, Electrical- Power Collection, 243 ; Ramsay Centenary Exhibition, 475; Mining Collection, 667
  • Scientiflc Discovery and Progress of Mankind, 310
  • — Information Conference, Royal Society’s,
  • 1948, Results of, 403
  • — Instrument Manufacturers’ Association,
  • Symposium on Electronic Instruments in. Research and Industry, 307
  • Research Association, British, Laboratories of, 659*
  • — Management. See Works Management Scientific Radio and Electrical Services, Ltd.,
  • Installation for Luton Airport Control Tower, 443
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • Scilly Isles, Wolf Rock, Drilling Deep Hole at, 265*
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • — North, Hydro-Electric Board, Storr Lochs
  • and Gairloch Hydro-Electric Schemes, 173*; Glen Moriston Hydro-Electric f Scheme, 343 ; Glen Affric Scheme, 457*, 489* 507 553*
  • — Notes from’, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206,
  • 238, 270, 302, 338, 374, 406, 438, 470, 502, 534, 566, 598, 630, 662, 694, 726, 758, 790, 822. See PARAGRAPH INDEX ,
  • Scott, W. H., on Human Relations, 636. See 474
  • Scott and Wilson, British European Airways Engineering-Base Building, 521*, 556*
  • Scottish Home Department, Peat-Burning Gas Turbine, 721
  • Scottish Mechanical Light Industries, Ltd., Tractor-Mounted Hammer-Mill, 41*
  • Scraper, 74-cub. yd. (Blaw-Knox, Ltd.), 595*
  • — 13-cub. yd., Overhead-Beam (J. Olding &
  • Co., Ltd.), 595*
  • Screening Plant, Coke, Gasworks, 811*
  • Screw-Cutting Lathe. fl/acZwie Tools
  • — Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
  • — Thread Gauge Tolerances, Specification, 15
  • — — Unification of, A.B.C. Conference on,
  • 306
  • Screwing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Scrivener, A., Ltd., Surface Grinding Machine, 44* ; Profile-Turning Lathe, 512*
  • Scrub-Clearing and Hedge-Cutting Machine (J. Foster and Co., Ltd.), 73*
  • Scunthorpe, Appleby-Frodingham Steelworks, Rapid Re-Lining of Blast Furnace at, 614
  • Sea Water, Pollution by Oil, Committee on, 19, 151
  • Seal for “ Box ” Gate Dry Dock, Sunderland, 527*
  • Seating, Marine Engine, Investigations on Behaviour of, 755
  • Seaweed Research, Institute of, Annual Report, 211
  • — Utilisation Society, Formation of, 211 Secondary Battery. See Accumulator under
  • Electric : also Motor Vehicles
  • Seddon Motors, Ltd., Chassis for Motor Omnibus with 79-b.h.p. Underfloor Engine, 500*
  • Sensitive Drill. See Drilling under Machine Tools
  • Sentinel Wagon Works, Ltd., “ Rhino ” Steam Tractor, 212*
  • Separator, Magnetic, for Machine-Tool Cooling Medium (Sundstrand Machine Tool Co.), 60*
  • — Oil, Centrifugal, for Commercial Vehicles
  • (Glacier Metal Co., Ltd.), 678*
  • Servello, Prof. A., on Principal Characteristics of Warship Des gn, 754
  • Service Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Servo Mechanisms in Aircraft and Ships, 481*, 508, 515*, 706*
  • Settle, R. H., on Tests for Phosphated Coatings on Steel, 646
  • Sewage Treatment and River Pollution, 274 at Tank Factory, 683*
  • — Works, Maple Lodge, Rickmansworth,
  • Production of Combustible and'Fertilising Sludge at, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 476 ; Power Plant at, 628*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shaft, Connecting Mechanisms for, 57*, 91*, 123*,156*
  • — Crank. See Crankshaft
  • — and Holes, Fitting of. See Gauges;
  • Gauging
  • — 12,500-kW Steam Turbine, Failure of, 761 Shaping Machines. See Machine Tools Shasta Dam, California, 5*
  • Shearnow Harvester Co., Ltd., Tractor- Mounted Forage Harvester, 73*
  • Sheathing, Aluminium, for Electric Cables, Manufacture of, 614*
  • Sheffield University, Post-Graduate Course in. Applied Mechanics, 102
  • Shell, Cylindrical, Deep-Drawing of, Investigations of, 450
  • — — Plotting Stress Trajectories in, 252*
  • — — Re-Drawing of, Investigations on, 763
  • — Harburg Refinery, Hamburg, Laying Pipe- Lines on River Bed, 383*
  • — Haven Oil Refinery, Jetty at, 705*
  • — Moulding for Iron Castings, Developments, 546
  • — — with Synthetic Resins, 87
  • Shell Petroleum Co., Undersea Oil Pipeline at Cape Verde Islands, 689
  • — Roof Construction, Concrete, Symposium on, 55, 75*, 104*, 186*
  • Shenfield-Liverpool Street Railway Electrification, Overhead Equipment for, 819
  • Ships, Atlantic Liners, Six Recent, 604
  • — Canal. See CanaZ
  • — Under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 147, 571
  • — Diesel-Engined.
  • Propulsion
  • — Launching. See LauncAingr
  • — Loader for Trimming Bulk Cargo in (Merton Engineering Co., Ltd.), 676*
  • — Longitudinal Strength of, 449*, 466, 483*, 498
  • — Model Experiments. See Tanfc Experiments
  • Ships, Motor. See Motorships ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Passenger, Fire Protection in, 690
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines ; Propellers
  • — Rolling, Pitching and Yawing Motions at
  • Sea, 798, 819
  • — at Sea, Motions of, 798, 819
  • — Servo Mechani sms in, 508, 706*
  • — and Shipbuilding in Belfast, 385*, 402, 417*
  • — Stabiliser, Denny-Brown, Hydraulic Equip
  • ment for, 711
  • Servo Mechanisms of, 508, 708
  • — Structure Research Station, Glengarnock,
  • 531*
  • — Vibration of, Apparatus for Measuring, 658
  • — Welding Committee, Admiralty, Bending
  • Tests of Marine-Engine Bedplate and Seatings, 755
  • — See also Marine ; Motorships; Shipping;
  • Steamers; Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers. Nort-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast in Scotland, Institution of. See Engineers
  • Shipbuilding, Aluminium Motor Launch
  • “ Tonquin,” 188*
  • — Barge, Aluminium-Alloy, for Belgian
  • Congo, 269*
  • — Bendins Strength of Corrugated Plate for,
  • 509, 609*
  • — British, Research Associ ation, Ship-
  • Structure Research Station, Glengarnock, 531*
  • — Canal Boat of High-Tensile Steel, 256*
  • — Industry, Position of, in World Competition,
  • 742
  • — — Training for, 639
  • — Launches and Trial Trips of, 15, 96, 121,
  • 159,192, 224, 303, 456, 519, 644, 710, 767, 804
  • — Longitudinal Strength of Ships, 449*, 466,
  • 483*, 498
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — Research Association, British, Ship-
  • Structure Research Station, Glengarnock, 531*
  • — and Ships in Belfast, 385*, 402, 417*
  • — Single-Screw Cargo, M.S. “ Enton,” 71*
  • — Twin-Screw Passenger and Cargo, S.S.
  • “ Uganda,” 118*
  • — Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s
  • Statistics, 147, 571
  • Whale Factory Ship “ Juan Peron,” 197*
  • — See also Steamers; Naval; Warships and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipping, American Bureau. See United States
  • — British, General Council of, Statement on
  • Pollution of Sea Water by Oil, 151
  • — Industry, Committee on Pollution of Sea
  • Water by Oil, 19
  • Shipyard. See SAipftuiMiny Yard
  • Shop Management. See Works Management Short-Circuit Testing Authorities, Association of, Pamphlet on British and American Standards for Oil Circuit-Breakers, 83 ; Evaluation of Restriking Voltage Severity, 827
  • Shot-Blast Cabinet (Guyson Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 512*
  • — Peening and Fatigue of Steel, 509, 545*,
  • 580*
  • Shotton, Hawarden Bridge Steelworks, Blast- Furnace and Steel Melting Plant at, 215*
  • Shovel, Loading, “ Express ” (Cheshire Engineering Co., Ltd.), 627*
  • Show. See Exhibition
  • Shutter, Travelling, for Shell Roof at Greenford. 186*
  • Shuttering for Mullardoch Dam, 459
  • Siamese Railways, Sulzer Locomotives for, 831* Siemens-Martin Fui naces. See Furnaces Siemens, Sir W., Memorial Window to, 732
  • Sifting Machine, Dustproof (H. Simon, Ltd.), 647*
  • Signs, Road, Reflective, “ Webslight ” (Cheshire Engineering Co., Ltd.), 627
  • Signals Research and Development Establishment, Christchurch, Work of, 153, 189
  • Signalling Installation, Power-Operated, Euston Station, 513*
  • — Railway, Push-Button Control of, at
  • Ealing Broadway, 737*
  • — System, Paris-Lyons Railway, 657*
  • Silicon Monoxide, Thermodynamic Properties of, 765, 786
  • Silicones, Researches on, 518
  • Silver City Airways, Ltd., Aircraft for Motor- Car Ferry Services, 63
  • Simms, C. E., Engineering, Ltd., Manual Hoisting and Winching Machine, 359*
  • Simnad, Dr. M. T., on Radioisotopes in Study of Metal-Surface Reactions in Solutions, 689. See 750
  • Simon, H., Ltd., Dustproof Sifting Machine, 647*
  • Simonson, W. F., on Researches into Problems of Steam Generation, 59
  • Simpson, J., Filtration of London Water Supply, 606, 622
  • Sims, R. B., on Torquemeter for Industrial Applications, 20*, 36* ; on Measurement of Strip Tension in Tandem Mills, 232*, 262*
  • Sinclair, Sir W. A. F., the Late, 308
  • Sindall, W., Cambridge University Engineering Department Buildings, 669*
  • Singapore Floating Dock, Salvage of, 728*
  • Sir Adam Beck-Niagara Hydro-Electric Plant, 687*
  • Skeat, W. O., on " Decapod ” Locomotive of Great Eastern Railway, 763
  • “ Skeeter ” Helicopter, 347*
  • Skelton Grange Power Station, Shell Roof, 186 Skin Friction. See Friction; Hydrodynamics Skip Bridge, Tubular-Construction, for Blast Furnace (Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd.), 722* Slag. See Metallurgy
  • Sleeper, Railway, Wooden, Australian Investigations on, 765
  • Slinger, Sand, at Dowlais Foundry, 33* Slotting Machines. See Machine Tools Sludge, Combustible and Fertilising, Production at Maple Lodge Sewage Works, 222*. See LETTERS, 308, 380, 411, 426
  • — See also Sewage
  • Sludging Vats for Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank Factory, 683*
  • Smart, R. C., on Static Electricity in Industry, 548. See LETTER, 604
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, A. B., the Late, 83
  • Smith, C. H., oh Domestic Electric Water Heating, 29 ; on Full Employment, 604. See 377. See LETTERS, 508, 700
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on Commemoration of T. Newcomen, 307. See 244*. See LETTER, 275; on Siemens Memorial, 732
  • Smith, Lt.-Col. T. E., on Training for Shipbuilding Industry, 639
  • Smithfield Show and Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, Earl’s Court, 724*, 756*, 787* Smoke Abatement Society, National, Portsmouth Conference, 443
  • — and Fumes from Spoilbanks, 82
  • Snow and Co., Ltd., Vertical Surface Grinding Machine, 434*
  • — Hill Railway Station, Centenary of, 470
  • Snowden, Sons and Co., Ltd., Automatic Lubricator for Chains, 518*
  • Soag Machine Tools, Ltd., Bartsch Hydraulic Copying Shaper, 399*
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. See Motor.
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • — Trade. See Labour; Labour Notes;
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Soda Slags, Dephosphorisation of Steel by, 766, 786
  • Softener, Water. See Water
  • Soil-Boring Machine, Diesel-Driven, 805*
  • — Mechanics, Foundations and Earth 'Struc
  • tures (Review), 684
  • and Foundations, Introductorv (Review), 620
  • Laboratory, Cambridge University, 671* Laboratory, King’s College, London, 23*
  • — — for Road Engineers (Review), 555
  • — Tannin in, effect on Corrosion, 827
  • Solar Energy, Utilisation of, Report of Commission on, 601, 607, 645, 679
  • — Observations at Royal Observatories, 572,
  • 624
  • — See also Sun
  • Soldering, Flow of Liquid Metal in, 414
  • — Iron, Ultrasonic, Use in Foundry, 647
  • Solids, Elastic, Finite Deformation of (Review), 100
  • — Fuel Burning Appliances, Standard Glos
  • sary of Terms, 79
  • — Liquids and Gases, Diffusion in (Review),
  • 524
  • — Perfectly Plastic, Theory of (Review), 67
  • — State, Current Physical Theories of, 22 Solutions, Metal-Surface Reactions in, Radioisotopes in, Study of, 689, 750
  • Sound Distribution Systems, Code of Practice, 47
  • — Recording and Reproduction (Review), 427
  • — Reproduction, Physics of, 86
  • — Transmitter at Kirk o’ Shotts Television
  • Station, 204*
  • — and Vibration Analysis, Instruments for,
  • 286*
  • South Africa, Electricity Supply Commission, Annual Report, 635
  • — America, Federation of British Industries,
  • Engineering Scholarships for, 603
  • — Kensington, Science-. Museum, Electrical-
  • Power Collection, 243; Ramsay Centenary Exhibition, 475 ; Mining Collection at, 667
  • — Wales, Upper Boat Power Station, 85*.
  • See LETTER, 213
  • — West England and South Wales, Notes from,
  • 14, 47, 79, 111, 142,174, 206, 238, 271, 302, 338, 375, 406, 438, 470, 502, 534, 566, 598, 630, 662, 694, 726, 758, 790, 822. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Yorkshire, Notes from. See Lancashire and
  • South Yorkshire
  • Southall, F., on Illuminated Lifting Barriers for Railway Level Crossing, 795. See 703* Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company, History of, 606, 622
  • Space Heating by Gas (Chandos Engineering Co., Ltd.), 767*. See Errata, 797
  • Spanner “ Spiralflo ” Waste-Heat Boiler, Maple Lodge Sewage Works Power Station, 629
  • Sparcatron, Ltd., Machining Hard Metals by Electric Spark, 121*
  • Spare-Wheel Hoist on “ Trusty ” Motor Chassis (Transport Equipment (Thorny- croft), Ltd.), 499*
  • Sparlres, C. A., on Machine Tool Simplification, 603
  • Spear, P., on Effect of Machining on Metal Surfaces, 797. See 828
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standards; Standardisation
  • Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Regulation. See also Governor Gear
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • Speight, G. E., on Addition of Boron to Steel, 818
  • Spencer-Bonecourt Waste-Heat Boiler, 812* Spillway, Claerwen Dam, 530*, 559*
  • — Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 458*,
  • 489*
  • — Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 617*
  • — Lower Bhavani Dam, 777*
  • “ Spin-Dimpling ” Machine for Aeroplane Construction, 257*
  • Spinning by Power, in Ireland, 509, 771
  • “ Spiralflo ” Spanner, Waste-Heat Boiler, 629 Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels
  • *' Spitfire ” Aeroplane. 318*
  • Spoilbanks, Smoke and Fumes from, 82
  • Sprays, Fuel, Atomisation of, Investigations on, 6*
  • Spray, T. C., Finishing Systems, Infra-Red Oven for Loudspeaker Assembly, 834*
  • Sprayer, Agricultural, Low-Volume, Tractor- Mounted (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 725*
  • Spring, Hot, at Belgian Congo Tin Mine, Power Generation from, 660*, 691*
  • “ Sprite-Comet ” Flying Test Bed (de Havil- land Engine Co., Ltd.), 309
  • St. Lawrence Seaway Scheme, 549*, 612 Stabiliser, Ship, Denny-Brown, Hydraulic Equipment for, 711
  • Servo Mechanisms of, 508, 708 Standardisation in Coal Mining Plant, 61, 93 Standards Institution, British, Codes of Practice, Bell and Call Systems, 15; Impulse Clock and Timing Systems, 15; Surface-Water and Subsoil Drainage, 47 ; Sound Distribution System, 47 ; Sanitary ' Appliances, 143 ; Mastic Asphalt Roofing, 320; Heaters and Stoves, 320; and Mechanical Refrigeration, 392
  • British, Glossary of Terms Used for Solid-Fuel Burning and Allied Appliances, 79
  • British, Specifications, Screw-Thread Gauge Tolerances, 15; Methods of Sampling Ferrous Materials for Analysis, 15 ; Shear Bolts and Nuts for Aircraft, 15; Chart Ranges for Temperature- Recording Instruments, 47; Hand- Operated Circuit-Breakers, 47; Chromium- Steel Wire for Aircraft Bolts, 47; Electrical Equipment and Indicating Instruments for Aircraft, 79; Pipe Cutters, 79 ; Analysis of Zinc in Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 79 ; Sizes of X-Ray Film and Intensifying Screens, 79 ; Milk Piping and Milk-Pipe Fittings, 111; Solid-Drawn Copper-Silicon Tubes, 111; Bitumen-Base Filling Compounds for Electrical Purposes, 111; Underfeed Stokers, 143 ; Flanged-Steel Check Valves for Petroleum Industry, 143; Solid- Drawn Aluminium-Bronze Tubes, 143 ; Synthetic-Resin Bonded-Paper Insulated Tubes, 320 ; Safety Footwear for Industry, 379 ; Vulcanised-Rubber Compounds, 392; Flanged-Steel Globe Valves for Petroleum Industry, 392 ; Malleable-Iron and Copper-Alloy Pipe Fittings, 488; Definitions for Single-Point Cutting Tools, 488; Reels for Winding Wires, 520; Reference Tables for Thermocouples, 712 ; Dimensions of Foundry Moulding Boxes, 712; Methods for Sampling, of Ferro Alloys, 725 ; and Flexible Steel Conduits and Adaptors for Electric Cable, 725
  • Standards Laboratory, Australian National, Work of, 785, 827
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, for Conductors, Paris-
  • Lyons Railway, 655*
  • — Room for Calibrating Instruments, at
  • Treforest Factory of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 131*
  • Stanton, S.J.B., Laboratories at King’s College, London, 23*. See Errata, 34
  • Star-Wheel Mechanisms for Intermittent Motions, 57*, 91*, 123*, 156*
  • Startrite Engineering Co., Ltd., Floor-Type Saw-Bench, 520*
  • State Railways. See Railways
  • Statics, Analytical, Moment Distribution, Theory and Practice (Review), 68
  • Station, Ealing Broadway, Push-Button Control of Railway Signalling at, 737*
  • — Euston, Power-Operated Signalling Instal
  • lation, 513*
  • — Power. _ See Power Stations
  • — Northwich, Cast-Iron Bridge Girder at,
  • Repair to, 613
  • Statistical Methods and Operational Research in Transport, 738
  • — Society, Royal, Formation of Glasgow
  • Group, 629
  • Statistics, Application to Engineering Problems, 294*
  • — Technological Applications of (Review7), 261
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Stator for 22,500-h.p. Three-Phase Motor, 463* Steam Boats. See Steamers
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Consumption. See Trials; Coal Con
  • sumption
  • — Engines. See Engines
  • — Flow Indicators for Locomotive Testing, 25*
  • — Generation, Research into, 59
  • — Lorries. See Tractors
  • — and Power in Gas Industry, 804
  • — Superheater. See Superheater
  • — Tiller, Brown’s, 711
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • — Turbines. See Turbines
  • — Wagons. See Tractors
  • Steamers, Atlantic Liners, Six Recent, 604
  • — Built at Belfast, 385*
  • — “ Caronia,” Atlantic Liner, 604
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics,
  • 147, 571"
  • — Geared Turbines for. See Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — “ Great Eastern,” Steering Engine of, 706*
  • — “ Independence,” Atlantic Liner, 604
  • — Launching of. See Launching
  • — “ Ocean Vulcan,” Behaviour of Marine
  • Engine Bedplate and Seatings .in, 755
  • — “.Orcades,” Atlantic Liner. 604
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • — Rolling of. See Ships, Rolling of
  • — “ Uganda,” Twin-Screw Passenger and
  • Cargo, 118*
  • — “ United States,” Atlantic Liner, 604
  • — “ United States,” Maiden Voyage of, 51
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships; Turbines; Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Steamships. See Ships; Steamers ; Warships Steel, Addition of Boron to, Methods of, 818 Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., Trostre Tin- Plate Works of, 382*, 510, 649*
  • Steel Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Conduit, Flexible, and Adaptors, for Elec
  • tric Cables, Specification, 725
  • — Construction in America, Report on, 51
  • — Dephosphorisation by Soda Slags, 766, 786 Steels Engineering Products, Ltd., Electrically-
  • Operated Mobile 3-ton Cargo Crane, 185* ; Lorry-Mounted 20-ton Jib Crane, 519* Steel-Fabricators (Cardiff), Ltd., “ Horn- draulic ” Loader, 42*
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests (Ma
  • terials)
  • — Founders’ Association, British, Productivity
  • Conference, 793
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Girders, Arc-Welding Machine for (Fusarc,
  • Ltd.), 645*
  • — Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — High-Tensile, Use in Motor Canal Boat, 256*
  • — Ingots, Temperature Distribution in, In
  • vestigations on, 721
  • — and Iron, Anglo-American Productivity
  • Team Report on, 17
  • — Machinability of, Research on, 699
  • — Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs ;
  • Metallography
  • — Mild; Stress-Strain Diagrams for, 276*. See
  • LETTER, 381
  • — Phosphate Coatings on, Corrosion under, 646
  • — Plate, Corrugated, Bending Strength of,
  • 609*
  • — — Effect of Direction of Rolling and Strain
  • ing on, 818
  • — Production, 1952, Bulletin, 699
  • in Europe, 539
  • in Great Britain, 1951, 241
  • — Rails. See Rails
  • — Rods, High-Tensile, Use for Repair to Cast-
  • Iron Bridge Girder, 613
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Spectrographic Methods of Analysis, 21
  • — Stainless, Austenitic, Cold-Drawn, Rapid
  • Softening of, 818
  • — Stress Distribution in. See Stress ; Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Structures, Design and Practice, 427
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Towers for 380-kV Swedish Power Trans
  • mission Systems, 782*
  • — Works. See Works
  • Steelwork in Building (Review), 227
  • — Design and Practice, 427
  • Steering Gear for Ships, Servo Mechanisms in, 508, 706*
  • — of Ships, Application of Hydraulics to, 711; Stephen, A., and Sons, Ltd., M.S. “ Enton,” 71*
  • M.S. “ Middlesex,” 108* ; Twin-Engined M.S. “ Surrey,” 299*
  • Stephenson, R., and Hawthorns, Ltd., 220-h.p. 0-4-0 Diesel-Mechanical Locomotive, 606*
  • Sterling Area: An American Analysis (Review), 209
  • Steven, A. W., the Late, 78
  • Stevens, G., the Late, 374
  • Stewart, D. A., on Developments in Concrete Technology, 313*, 354*. See 401
  • Stewart, Group-Capt. W. K., on Physiological Problems of High-Performance Military Aircraft, 369
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Production of Resistance Welded Tubes, 65*; Tubular- Construction Skip Bridge for Blast Furnace, 722*
  • Stewarts and Lloyds of India, Ltd., Pipe Fabrication Works, 267*
  • Stirk, J., and Sons, Ltd., 10-ft. Planing Machine, 324*
  • Stobart, Lt.-Col. H. M„ the Late, 406
  • Stokers,'Underfeed, Specification, 143
  • Stop Valves. See Fatoes
  • Stora Lulealv, River, Harspranget Hydro- Electric Scheme, 585*, 617*
  • Storage Battery. See Accumulator under Electric ; Motor Vehicles
  • Storr Lochs Hvdro-Electric Scheme, 173* Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., Heater and Mixer for Tarmacadam Plant, 627*
  • Stoves and Heaters, Code of Practice for, 320 Straightening Machine. See Machine Tools Strain Gauge, Electrical Resistance (Saunders- Roe, Ltd.), 266
  • Electrical Resistance, Use. in Torquemeters, 20*, 36*
  • Theory and Application (Review), 196
  • — Stress Diagrams for Mild Steel, 276*. See
  • LETTER, 381
  • — See also Stress
  • Straits Air Freight Express, Ltd., Cargo- Loading System for Aircraft, 804*
  • Street-Lighting Column and Lantern, Concrete (Crompton and Parkinson, Ltd.), 486*
  • — Railway. See Tramways
  • — See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Analysis Laboratory, Cambridge Univer
  • sity, 671*
  • Photo-Elastic, Scope and limitations of, 833*
  • — in Concrete Shell Roofs, 75*, 104
  • — in Corrugated Plate, 609*
  • — in Drumheads of Cylindrical Vessels, 40*
  • — Gauges. See Strain Gauges
  • — Moment Distribution, Theory and Practice
  • (Review), 68
  • — Optical Determination of. See Photo
  • Elastic
  • — in Plastic Deformation, 383, 420, 450
  • — Principal, Plotting Trajectories of, 252*
  • — Probing : Rapid Method for Stress Survey
  • ing, 97*
  • — Repetitions. See Fatigue under Testd
  • (Materials)
  • — in Ships at Sea, Observations on, 449*, 466,
  • 483*, 498
  • — in Short-Radius Pipe Bends, 795
  • — Strain Diagrams for Mild Steel, 276* .
  • See LETTER.. 381
  • Stress, and Strain Distribution in Reinforced- Concrete Beams, 278*. See LETTER, 381
  • — in Strip During Rolling, 232*
  • — in Structures. See also Strain Gauges
  • Strikes. See Labour; Labour Notes; Paragraph Index
  • ?Stringer, J., on Time Studies from Casting to Rolling, 721; on Ingot-Mould Temperature Measurement, 721
  • •Strip-Feeding Unit for Power Presses (Birmingham Tool and Gauge Co., Ltd.), 367*
  • — Between Smooth Dies, Yielding of Strip
  • Between, Investigations on, 763
  • — Tension, in Tandem Mills, Measurement of,
  • 232* 262*
  • — and Wire Forming Machine, Universal
  • (Heenan and Froude, Ltd.), 396*
  • Stroyer and Adcock, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks, 809*
  • Structural Analysis of Dome of Discovery (Review), 813
  • — and Bridge Engineering, Fourth Inter
  • national Congress for, Cambridge, Reports of Proceedings, 275, 297, 307, 427, 493
  • — Design of Aeroplanes. See Aeroplane under
  • Aeronautics
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Presidential
  • Address by E. Granter on Structural Engineering on Thames-side, 582
  • — Engineering and Bridges, International
  • Association for, Fourth Congress, Cambridge, 275, 297, 307, 427, 493
  • on Thames-side, 582
  • Structural Steelwork. See NteeZworfc
  • ?— Theory and Design, Vol. II (Review), 34 Structure, Aluminium-Alloy, in Ships, Effect of Fire on, 690
  • . — in Building (Review), 227
  • — Earth, Foundations and Soil Mechanics
  • (Review), 684
  • — Plastic, Design of, 701, 770. See LETTER,
  • 764
  • — Use of Plastics in, 666, 701, 770. See
  • LETTER, 764
  • — Reinforced-Concrete. See Concrete, Rein
  • forced
  • — Research Laboratory, Cambridge Univer
  • sity, 671*
  • . — Statically-Indeterminate Analysis by Complementary-Energy Methods, 389*, 509
  • — Stress Analysis of, Plotting Trajectories of,
  • 252*
  • •Struts. See Columns
  • Struthers, J. R., the Late, 46
  • Stuart Lecture on Atomisation of Fuel Sprays, 6*
  • •Students, Exchange, for Technical Experience. International Association for, Annual Report, 603
  • Substation at Bury St. Edmunds Beet-Sugar Factory, 710*
  • — New, for Southern Region Electric Rail
  • ways, 53
  • — Paris-Lyons Railway, 655*
  • — Rectifier, Fixed and Mobile, Netherlands
  • State Railways, 217*
  • •Sugar, Bulk, Mechanical Trimming in Ships by Merton Loader, 676*
  • — Industry in Cuba, 634
  • •Sully, Dr. A. H., on Sigma Phase in Binary Alloys of Transition Elements, 529
  • Sulphides in Steelmaking, Thermodynamics of, 766, 786
  • Sulphur in Slags, Method of Determination of, 766, 786
  • •Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., 4,500-b.h.p. Marine Diesel Engines, 108* ; Twin 4,500-h.p. Diesel Engines with Electromagnetic Couplings for M.S. “ Surrey,” 299* ; 40 Years’ Diesel Rail Traction, 830*
  • ?Summers, J., and Sons, Ltd., Blast-Furnace and Steel-Melting Plant, Shotton, 215*
  • ?Summers-Smith, D., on Alloys of Molybdenum and Tantalum, 529
  • •Sun Engineering (Richmond), Ltd., Fire- Fighting Rotary Vane, Foam and Water Pump, 577
  • — Heat from, Utilisation of, 601, 507, 645, 679
  • — See also Solar
  • •Sunderland, Reconstruction of T. W. Greenwell and Co.’s Dry Docks, 525*
  • •Sundstrand Machine Tool Co., Magnetic Separator for Machine-Tool Coolant, 60* •Sumod, Ltd., Extended Surfaces for Heat Exchangers, 745*
  • “Super-Hippo” Heavy-Duty Motor-Vehicle Chassis, 413
  • “ Super Snipe ” 113-b.h.p. Motor Car, 564* •Supercharger, Cabin, for “ Britannia ” Air Liner (Sir G. Godfrey and Partners, Ltd.), 260*
  • — Centrifugal, for Aero Engines, Manufacture
  • of, 543*
  • •Superheater, Application of “ Sunrod ” System to, 745*
  • — Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 802*, 836 ?Supply, Ministry of, Trials of Guided Rocket
  • at Aberporth, 137*; Signals Research and Development Establishment, 153, 189; Formation of Heavy Electrical ' Plant Consultative Council, 179 ; Harwell Isotope School, 549 ; Explosion of First British Atomic Weapon, 562* ; Future of Woolwich Arsenal, 697
  • •Suppressors for Motor-Car Ignition Systems, 731
  • •Surface-Grinding Machine. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • — Treatment of Steel by Shot Peening, Effect
  • of, 509, 545*, 580*
  • •Surge Basin, Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 619
  • — Shaft, Glen Afiric Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 490*
  • “ Surrey,” M.S., Gearbox and Electromagnet c Couplings for, 299*
  • •Survey Work in Dublin Harbour, 815
  • •Swaging Machine, Rotary, Inverted-Type (Sir J. Norton and Co., Ltd.), 153*
  • •Swath Turner and Windrower, Tractor- Mounted (Bamfords, Ltd.), 73*
  • Sweden, Education of Engineers in, 70, 165
  • — Harspranget 350-MW Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 585*, 617*
  • — 380-kV Overhead Lines,. Power Transmis
  • sion, 748*, 781*
  • Swedish Iron and Steel Industry, Developments in, 273
  • Swift, G., and Sons, Ltd., Swift-Summerskill Planing Machine, 397*; lOJ-In. Swift- Sentinel Centre Lathe, 397*
  • Swift, Prof. H. W., on the Foothills of the Plastic Range, 383, 420, 450. See 379, 414 ; on Re-drawing of Cylindrical Shells, 763
  • “ Swift ” Single-Seat Fighter Aircraft, 309*
  • Swinden Laboratories, Rotherham, for Steel Research, 150*
  • Swindon, Locomotive Testing at, 25*
  • Swiss Railways, Sulzer Diesel Locomotives for, 831*
  • Switchgear, 220-Volt, at Bury St. Edmunds Beet-Sugar Factory, 710*
  • — Circuit-Breaker, Air Blast, for Arc-Furnace
  • Control (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 638*
  • —- — Breaker, Hand-Operated, Specification, 47
  • Breaker, Oil, British and American Standards for, 83
  • — — Breakers, Pneumo-Hydraulic Closing
  • Mechanism for (Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.), 769*
  • — — Breakers and Restriking Voltage Seve
  • rity, 827
  • — Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 554*
  • — Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 618*
  • — Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 675*
  • — Productivity Report on, 298
  • — for 380-kV Swedish Power Transmission
  • Systems, 748*, 781*
  • — Tracy Pumping Plant, California, 464*
  • — at Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649
  • Switzerland, Education of Engineers in, 70,200
  • — See also Swiss
  • Sykes, W. E., Ltd., 24-in. Diameter Universal Hobbing Machine, 368*
  • Syria, Kirkuk-Banias Oil Pipeline, Opening of, 667
  • TABOR, Dr. D., on Friction and Deformation of Metallic Surfaces, ,797. See 828
  • Tailposts for 10-ton Henderson Cableways, Claerwen Dam, 561*
  • Tank, Experimental, Haslar, Tests of Propellers at, 734
  • "— Experiments and Ship-Model Correlation, 637
  • — Factory, Effluent-Treatment Plant for,
  • Cleveland, Ohio, 681*
  • — Oil-Storage, at Canvey Island, 801
  • — Rubber Anti-Corrosive Linings for (Dunlop
  • Rubber Co., Ltd.), 54*
  • — Ships, Motor. See Oil Tankers
  • — Steamers. See Oil Tankers
  • Tannin in Soil, Effects on Corrosion, 827 Tapping Machine. See Machine Tools Tar-Macadam Plant, Heater and Mixer for (Stothert and Pitt, Ltd.), 627*
  • Tata Iron and Steel Co., Steel-Tube Works, Jamshedpur, 269
  • Tavazzano Power Station, 136*
  • Taylor, Dr. A., on Constitution of Ternary Nickel-Chromium-Titanium Alloys, 529
  • Taylor Brothers and Co., Ltd., Forge for Solid Railway Wheels, 713*, 752*
  • Taylor, J., on Size Distribution of Coke in Blast Furnaces, 805*, 838*
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., Roundness- Measuring Instrument, 367*
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Teasdale Brothers, Ltd., Folding Harrow, 42* Technical College and Education. See Education
  • — Information, Presentation of, Discussion on,
  • 539
  • — Societies. See Institution and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Technograph Printed Circuits, Ltd., Electrical Resistance Strain Gauge, 266
  • Technology, Iron and Steel, Developments and Trends in, Report on, 273
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telecommunications, Bell and Call Systems, Code of Practice, 15
  • — Clocks and Timing Systems, Code of Prac
  • tice, 15
  • — Services, Code of Practice on Sound
  • Distribution, Systems, 47
  • — Work of Signals Research and Development
  • Establishment, 153, 189
  • Telegraphy, Wireless (Control of Interference from Ignition Apparatus), Regulations, 1952, 731
  • — —See also Radar; Radio; Television;
  • and Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telemotor, Hydraulic, for Ships, 711
  • Telephony, Wireless. See Radar; Radio; Television; and .EZectnqjty in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telescope, Isaac Newton Observatory, 100-in.’ Progress with, 625
  • Television Camera Cables (British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd.), 94*
  • — Programmes, French-British Joint, 31, 45
  • — and Radio Exhibition, National, 275
  • — Reception, Interference with, Control of, 731
  • — Station, Kirk o’ Shotts, 204*
  • — Transmitting Station, Wenvoe, 249*
  • Telfer, Prof. E. V., on Ship-Model Correlation, 637
  • Temperature Distribution in Steel Ingots, Investigations on, 721
  • — Entropy Diagram for 700-kW Waste-Heat
  • Gas Turbine, 741*
  • — In Industry, Measurement and Control of
  • (Review), 35
  • — Low, Mechanical Properties of Metals at
  • (Review), 620
  • — Measurement. See Thermocouples
  • Temperature Recording Instruments, Chart Ranges for, Specification, 47
  • — Scale Investigations in Australia, S27
  • Ten Years of R.E.M.E., 441. See LETTERS, 539, 732, 827. See Erratum, 576.
  • Tenders, Mobile, for Road Proving Motor Cars, Nuffield Engineering Division, 468*
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials')
  • Tensionmeter for Strip Rolling in Tandem Mills, 232*, 262*
  • Tensor Analysis: Theory and Application, (Review), 227
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Terrestrial Magnetism. See Afaynetim
  • Tersons, Ltd., Euston Station Signal Box, 513* Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • — Analytical, for . Phosphate Coatings on
  • Steel, 646
  • — on Concrete Shell Roof, 105
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Fire Protection, for Ships, 690
  • — of 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set
  • (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • — of 72-in. Gear-Hobbing Machine, 193*
  • — Magnetic. See Magnetic

Tests (Materials) :

  • Bending Tests, Static, of Marine Engine Seatings and Bedplate, 755 .Compression Tests of Concrete Cylinder, 278*. See LETTER, 381
  • Creep Tests of Nimonic Alloy 80A (Mond Nickel Co., Ltd.), 415*
  • Ductility-Testing Machine, “ Olsen ” (E.
  • G. Herbert, Ltd.), 433*
  • Fatigue Life of Steel, Effect of Shot Peening on, 509, 545*, 580*
  • — Strength of Steel, Influence of Surface Conditions, 797, 828
  • — Testing Laboratory of British Welding Research Association, Abington, 12*. See .Errata, 158
  • — — Machine, 100-ton Losenhausen, 12*.
  • ? See Errata, 158
  • — — Machine, Optical Dynamic Weigh
  • bar for, 801*
  • Hardness Testing Machines, Brinell and Vickers (W. and T. Avery, Ltd.), 364*
  • — ?— Machine, Brinell (Firth Brown
  • Tools, Ltd.), 368*
  • Magnetic Tests. See Magnetic
  • Stress Determination, Optical. See PhotoElastic
  • — in Materials and Structures. See
  • Stress
  • Tensile-Testing Machine (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 224*
  • Testing Machine, for Ductility, “ Olsen” (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 433*
  • — — Fatigue, Optical Dynamic Weighbar
  • for, 801*
  • — — Hydraulic, Ship-Structure Research
  • Station, Glengarnock, 531*
  • Tensile (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 224*
  • — — See also Testing Machine
  • Tests of Prestressed Concrete Floor Beams, 154*
  • — 50-MW Turbo-Generators, Unitized with
  • Reheater Boilers, 802*, 836
  • Testing Apparatus for Corrugated Plate, 611*
  • — Equipment at National Institute of Agri
  • cultural Engineering, 148*
  • — — at Treforest Factory of British Overseas
  • Airways Corporation, 131*
  • — Laboratory, Fatigue, of British Welding
  • Research Association, Abington, 12*. See Errata, 158
  • — — See also National Physical
  • — Locomotive, at Swindon, 25*
  • — Machine for Aircraft Tyres (Dunlop Rubber
  • Co., Ltd.), 787*
  • Bevel-Gear, Maag (Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 399*
  • Brinell Hardness, Portable (Firth Brown Tools, Ltd.), 368*
  • — — for Corrugated Plate, 611*
  • — — Fatigue, 100-ton Losenhausen, 12*. See
  • Errata, 158
  • — — Fatigue, Optical Dynamic, Weighbar
  • for, 801*
  • — — Hardness, Brinell and Vickers (W. and
  • T. Avery, Ltd.), 364*
  • — — Hydraulic, Ship-Structure Research Sta
  • tion, Glengarnock, 531*
  • Tensile (S. Denison and Son, Ltd.), 224*
  • — — See also Tests (Materials)
  • — Pressure Vessels, Stress Probing for, 97*
  • — Ultrasonic, of Welds, 84. See LETTERS,
  • 179, 213
  • — See also Tests (Materials) ; Trials Text-books. See LITERATURE INDEX Textile Engineering, Development of, 509, 771
  • — Industry, Hazards from Static Electricity,
  • 548. See LETTER, 604
  • Thai Railways, Sulzer Locomotives for, 831* Thames, River, and London Water Supply, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • — — Pollution by Sewage, 274
  • Thames-side, Structural Engineering on, 582 Thermal Efficiency of British Power Stations, 474
  • Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 802, 836 of Locomotives, 421*, 453
  • — Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • Thermocouples, Reference Tables for, 712
  • — for Supersonic Heat Transfer Investigations,
  • 282*
  • Thermodynamics, Engineering, Basic (Review), 747
  • — Physical Principles of (Review), 555
  • — of Steelmaking, Investigations on, 765, 786 Thermostat, Flameproof (Electrical Apparatus
  • Co., Ltd.), 158*
  • Thickness Gauging Instrument for Non- Ferrous Metals, 659*
  • Thomas, M. H., on Cheaper Buildings: Contribution of Modular Co-ordination, 768
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Motor Survey Launch for River Mersey, 117*
  • Thorpe Brothers (Bessborough Works), Ltd., Aluminium-Alloy Barges for Belgian Congo, 269*
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Thrust Bearing. See Bearing
  • — of Propellers. See Propellers
  • Tides and Waves (Review), 780
  • “ Tiger Cub ” Chassis, 44-Seat, for Motor Omnibus, 412*
  • Tiller, Steam, Brown’s, 711
  • Timber Market, European, Report, 763
  • — Research in Australia, 764
  • — — by Forest Products Laboratory, 698 Time Ball at Greenwich Observatory, 603.
  • See LETTER, 669
  • — Clauses in Engineering Contracts, 442
  • — Service Observations at Royal Observa
  • tories, 624 ?
  • Timing Svstems and Clocks, Code of Practice, 15
  • Tin Mine, Belgian Congo, Power Generation from Hot Springs at, 660*, 691*
  • — Plate Works, Trostre, of Steel Companv of
  • Wales, Ltd., 382*, 510, 649*
  • Tinning Plant, Electrolytic, Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 652*
  • Tipper, Dr. C. F., on Directional Effects in Mild-Steel Plates, 818
  • Tipping Wagons, Motor. See Motor Vehicles Titanium Grain Refinement of Aluminium- Alloy Castings by, 461
  • — Research in Australia, 784
  • Tolansky, Prof. G., on Microscopical Techniques in Metallurgy, 689. See 750
  • Tolerances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Tollemache, H., and Co., Ltd., Flour-Carrying and Discharging Equipment, 742*
  • Tombs, Dr. N. C., on Thermodynamic Properties of Silicon Monoxide, 765. See 786
  • “ Tonquin,” Aluminium Motor Launch (Grimston Astor, Ltd.), 188*
  • Tool Grinder. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • — Holder. See Machine Tools
  • — Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • — Room Lathe. See Lathe under Machine
  • Tools
  • Tooth Flanks, Helical, Nomogram for Mean Radius of Curvature of, 235*
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Torque Meter for Industrial Applications. 20*, 36*
  • Torsional Vibration in Ships, Investigations by Pametrada, 279
  • Torsionmeter. See Torque Meter
  • Tottle, C. R., on Nucleation of Cast Metals at Mould Face. 461
  • Tower, Cooling, Reinforced-Concrete, Howden- on-Tyne Gasworks, 812*
  • — Crane, Self-Erecting (Brun and Co.), 125*
  • — Steel, for 380-kV Swedish Power Trans
  • mission Systems, 782*
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • Track, Railway, “ Matisa-Mauzin ” Track Recording Car for, 225*, 659, 766*
  • Recording by British Railways, 766*
  • Tracpak, Ltd., Full Track Equipment for Ferguson Tractor, 756*
  • Traction, Electric. See Railways ; Tramways
  • Tractor, Agricultural, “ Cropmaster ” 31-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 725. See 42*
  • — — 30-b.h.p. Petrol-Engined, with “ Rota-
  • vator ” Attachment (Platypus Tractor Co., Ltd.), 756*
  • Tests by National institute of Agricultural Engineering, 148*
  • — Cable Control Unit for (Blaw-Knox, Ltd.),
  • 595*
  • — Commercial, 40-5-h.p. “Major” (Ford
  • Motor Co., Ltd.), 787*
  • — Crawler, 150-b.h.p. “ Challenger ” Mark 4
  • (J. Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 596*
  • — Diesel-Engined 50-b.h.p., with Blaw-Knox
  • Angle Dozer (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.). 573*
  • Engined 34-b.h.p. “ Cropmaster ” (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 42*. See 725
  • Engined 90-h.p., for Scammell Trailers (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 413*
  • — Electric-Battery, for British Railways, 690*
  • — Extra-Heavy-Duty (Transport Equipment
  • (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 500*
  • — Ferguson, Full-Track Equipment for
  • (Tracpak, Ltd.), 756*
  • — Industrial, 42-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined (L.
  • Bagnall, Ltd.), 160*
  • — Narrow-Track (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.),
  • 43*
  • — 125-h.p., and Semi-Trailer for Bulk Trans
  • port of Liquids (Scammell Lorries, Ltd.), 500*
  • — 160-b.h.p. Six-Wheel Drive (Scammell
  • Lorries, Ltd.), 500*
  • — Steam, “ Rhino,” 212*
  • — “ Universal,” Twin-Front Wheel for
  • (Nuffield Organisation), 42*
  • Tracy Pumping Plant, Central Valley Project, 425*, 463*
  • Trade, Aircraft, and World Markets, 836
  • — Cuban, Report on, 634
  • — Disputes. See Labour and Trade Societies in
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Export, Coal, 50
  • — — Electrical, 731
  • Engineering, Board of Trade Statistics, 115
  • — — Internal-Combustion Engine Industry,
  • 233
  • — — Motor-Car, 563
  • — Import, Engineering, Board of Trade
  • Statistics, 115
  • — Publications, 32, 96,122,143, 221, 253, 288,
  • 319, 360, 391, 424, 451, 520, 552, 616, 680, 712, 741, 776, 808, 840. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — in Sterling Aiea (Review), 209
  • Trade, Timber, European, Report on, 763
  • — Unions. See Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Trafford Power Station, 15,000-kW Gas Turbine and Alternator, 216*, 335*
  • Trailer, 40-ton Convertible (R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd.), 468*
  • Trains, Diesel, Multiple-Unit, for British Railways, 635
  • — Schedules, Railway, Automatic Computation of (A. J. Amsler and Co.), 717*
  • — See also Railway
  • Training. See Education
  • Tramway Car, 56-Seat, Single-Deck (C. Roberts Ltd.), 254*
  • — London’s, History and End of, 19, 49
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transatlantic Record Voyage of S.S. “ United States,” 51
  • Transfer, Heat, in “ Sunrod ” Elements, 745*
  • — Car for Solid Railway-Wheel Forge, 715* Transformation Points, Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Transformer Bushing, 275/300-kV Re-Entrant (Bushing Co., Ltd.), 488*.
  • — 13,000-cub. ft. Drying Oven for (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 739*
  • — Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 554*
  • — Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 618*
  • — Instrument, and Electricity Meters (Review), 652
  • — 1,800-kW, for -Netherlands State Railways
  • Substations, 219*
  • — Productivity Report on, 298
  • — Station, 110-kV, Finglass, Dublin, 2'2
  • — — at Tavazzano Power Station, 136*
  • — for 380-kV Swedish Power Transmission
  • Systems, 748*, 781*
  • — Testing by Brush Electrical Engineering
  • Co., Ltd., 172*
  • — at Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649
  • — 33J-MVA 13-2/230-kV, for United States
  • (Ferranti, Ltd.), 78,119
  • Transmission Gear. See Gear ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Line Constants, Calculation of, 315, 401.
  • See Errata, 380
  • — of Power. See Marine Propulsion ; Power
  • Transmission
  • — Systems for Locomotives, Efficiency of, 423* Transmitter at Kirk o’ Shotts Television Station, 204*
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Application of Physics to, 86
  • — Bill, Second Reading of, 665. See LETTER,
  • 732
  • Transport Equipment (Thorny croft), Ltd., Chassis for 78-h.p. Motor Vehicle with Four-Wheel Drive, 499* ; 78-h.p. “ Nubian ” Motor Water Tender, 499* ; Chassis for 155-h.p. Six-Wheel Motor Vehicle for Heavy Duty, 499*; 155-b.h.p. Six-
  • Cylinder Diesel Engine, 499* ; ExtraHeavy-Duty Tractor, 500*
  • — Institute of, Statistical Methods and
  • Operational Research in Transport, by
  • F. A. A. Menzler, 738
  • — Ministry of, Harrow-Wealdstone Railway Accident Inquiry, 507
  • — Motor. See Road ; Motor
  • — Problems in Works, Application of Statis
  • tics to, 294*
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • — Road. See Road ; Motor
  • — Statistical Methods and Operational Re
  • search in, 738
  • Transport Vehicles (Daimler), Ltd., 56-Seat Lightweight Chassis for Motor Omnibus, 436*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Treforest, British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Overhaul Base for Engines and Propellers, 129*
  • Trench Digger (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 756*
  • Petrol-Driven (Cheshire Engineering Co., Ltd.), 627*
  • Trials, Agricultural Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Trips and Launches of Ships, 15, 96, 121,
  • 159,192, 224, 303, 456, 619, 644, 710, 767, 804
  • — See also Tests
  • Tribophysics Research in Australia, 784 Trimming Bulk Cargo in Ships, Loader for (Merton Engineering Co., Ltd.), 676*
  • Trinity House, Drilling Hole in Wolf Rock, 265*
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Kngines, Steam Triumph Motor Co. (1945), Ltd., 75-b.h.p.
  • Sports Motor Car, 563*
  • Trostre Tin-Plate Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., 382*, 510, 649*
  • Truck, Battery-Operated, Oil or Petrol-Driven. See Motor Vehicle
  • — See also Bogie
  • “ Trusty ” Motor-Vehicle Chassis, 499*
  • Tubes, Aluminium-Bronze, Solid-Drawn, Specification, 143
  • — — for Sheathing Electric Cables, 404*. See
  • Erratum, 476
  • — Boiler, Corrosion of, Investigations on, 570
  • — Copper-Silicon, Solid-Drawn, Specification,
  • 111
  • — Insulating, Synthetic-Resin Bonded-Paper,
  • Specification, 320
  • — Railways. See London Transport Executive
  • — Resistance-Welded, Production by Stewarts
  • and Lloyds, Ltd., 65*
  • — Steel, Thin-Walled, Bending Attachment
  • for (Chamberlain Industries, Ltd.), 96*
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tubewrights, Ltd., Tubular-Construction Skip Bridge for Blast Furnace, 722*
  • Tubing, Aluminium, for Sheathing Electric Cables, 404*. See Hrratum, 476
  • Tungsten Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Tunnels, Claerwen Dam, 530, 559*
  • — Diversion, Harspranget Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 585*, 617*
  • — Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 457*,
  • 489*
  • — for Niagara Falls Hydro-Electric Develop
  • ments, 687*
  • — Railway, Brotherton, Opening-Out of, 447*
  • Tunnels, Under River Thames, 582
  • Tunnels, Road, Mersey, and Geological Research, 738
  • Tuplin, Prof. W. A., on Training for Engineering Development, 102
  • Turbine, Gas, for 1,000-kW Alternator, Tests of (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 138*
  • — — 15-MW, for Alternator, Trafford Power
  • Station, 335*
  • — — 1,200-h.p., in M.S. “ Auris,” Operating
  • Experience with, 639
  • Creep-Resisting Alloys for (Mond Nickel Co., Ltd.), 182
  • for Locomotives, 421*, 453
  • 3,500-h.p. Marine, Tests by Pametrada, 278
  • 750-kW Peat-Burning (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 721
  • 15,000-kW, Trafford Power Station, 216*
  • 700-kW Waste-Heat, Coventry Gasworks, 740*
  • See also Engines under Aeronautics
  • — Hydraulic, 70,000-h.p., Andri Blondel
  • Hydro-Electric Plant, 571
  • 34,500-h.p. Francis. Fasnakyle Power Station, 553*
  • 400-kW Francis, Gairloch Power Station, 173
  • 96-MW Francis, Harspranget Hydro- Electric Scheme, 585*, 617*
  • 800-kW Francis, Storr Lochs Power Station, 173
  • 13-ft. Inlet Control Valve for (Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.), 401*
  • — — Governors for, 635
  • See also Power Plant;
  • —Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, 12,500-kW, Failure of Shaft of, 761 for Locomotives, 422
  • Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion Pass-Out, for 60-MW Power Station at Wilton Works, 830*
  • 220-kW, for Power Generation from Hot Spring, 660*, 691*
  • — — 50-MW, Unitised with Reheater Boiler at
  • Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 571, 802*, 836
  • —- — See also Turbo-Generators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships
  • Turbo-Generator, 2,800-kVA, for Beet-Sugar Factory, 710*
  • 62-5-MW, “ Concenter” Power Station, Genoa,136*
  • — — 530-kW, Howden-on-Tyne Gasworks,
  • 812*
  • 31 • 5-MW, Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 674*
  • 85-MVA, Tavazzano Power Station, 136
  • — — 50-MW, Unitised with Reheater Boiler
  • at Dunston “ B ” Power Station, 571, 802*, 836
  • Turkdogan, Dr. E. T„ on Dephosphorisation of Steel by Soda Slags, 766. See 786 ; on Phase-Equilibrium Investigations of Na2O-P2O5-SiO2 Ternary System, 766. See 786
  • Turnbull, J., on Longitudinal Strength of Ships, 449*, 483*. See 466, 498
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools
  • — See Machine Tools
  • Turntable, Fire Escape, 150-h.p. (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 437*
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes under Machine Tools
  • Twist Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Grinder. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Tyndall, Prof. A. M„ on British Contributions to Experimental Physics, 487, 547. See 305
  • Tyre, Pneumatic, Aircraft, Testing Machine for (Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.), 787*
  • “ UGANDA,” B.S., Twin-Screw Passenger and Cargo, 118*
  • Ultra Electric, Ltd., Throttle-Control Equipment for “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 496*
  • Ultrasonic Soldering in Foundry, 647
  • — Testing of Welds, 84. See LETTERS, 179,
  • 213
  • Underground Railways. See London Transport Executive
  • Sources of London’s Water, 622, 676, 709
  • Unesco, Committee on Arid-Zone Research, 443
  • Union Castle Mail Steamship Co., Ships Built by Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 417*
  • — Trade. See Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • United Engineering Co., Ltd., Pickling Plant for Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 382*, 510, 649*
  • — Kingdom Gas Industry, Annual Report, 635 Government, Volta River Aluminium
  • Scheme, 699, 729
  • United Kingdom Machinery (Continental), Ltd., Accident to Tower Crane, 266
  • — Nations Economic Commission for Asia,
  • Lucknow Conference on Power Alcohol, 699
  • — — Economic Commission for Europe, Re
  • port on Developments, and Trends in Iron and Steel Technology, 273; Report on Exchange of Electric Power, 475 ; Bulletin of Steel Statistics, 539
  • Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Committee on Arid Zone Research, 443
  • — States, American Bureau of Shipping, Work
  • of. 191
  • Army Corps of Engineers, 331-MVA 13-2/230-kV Transformers, 78, 119
  • and Britain, Iron and Steel Production in, 17
  • Central Valley Project, 4*, 38* 425*, 463*
  • — — Effluent-Treatment Plant for Tank
  • Factory, 681
  • — — Government, St. Lawrence Seaway
  • Scheme, 549*, 612
  • United States Navy. See United States under
  • Warships
  • Niagara Falls Hydro-Electric Developments, 687*
  • “ United States,” S.S., Atlantic Liner, 604 “ United States,” S.S., Maiden Voyage 51
  • — Types of Locomotives in, 421, 453 Woodworking-Machinery Industry Productivity Report on, 795
  • See also America.; American
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Swinden Laboratories, Rotherham, 150* ; Rapid ReLining of Blast Furnace, 614
  • Universal Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • — Tractor, Twin-Front Wheel for, 42* University, Cambridge, Engineering Department Buildings, 669*
  • — College, London, Calendar, 712
  • — and Electrical Engineering Education, 190
  • — Glasgow, Training of Research Physicists at,
  • 55, 86. See LETTER, 179
  • — Nottingham, Stuart Lecture on Atomisation
  • of Fuel Sprays, 6* ; Investigations on Fixed End Moments in Beams with Linear Haunches, 68*. See LETTER, 381* ; Investigations on Shot Peening of Steel, 509, 545*, 580*
  • — Sheffield, Post-Graduate Course in Applied
  • Mechanics, 102
  • — and Training of Metallurgists, 94
  • — See also Education
  • Upper Boat Power Station, South Wales, 85*.
  • See LETTER, 213
  • Uranium, Metallography of, 461
  • Urquhart, Dr. 1). J., on Royal Society Scientific
  • Information Conference, 1948, 403
  • VACUUM, High, Industrial (Review), 134 Vacuum Oil Co., Coryton Oil Refinery of, 334*
  • — Tube. See X-Rays ;
  • “ Valiant ” Bombing Aircraft, 309*
  • Valve, Butterfly, 108-in., Tracy Pumping Plant, 426*
  • — Check, Flanged Steel, for Petroleum Indus
  • try, Specification, 143
  • — Equipment for Claerwen Dam (Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.), 562*
  • — Flow, Control, Automatic (Oswalds amd Ridgway, Ltd.), 590*
  • — and Gates for Glen Affric Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme (Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.), 458
  • — Globe, Flanged-Steel, for Petroleum Indus
  • try, Specification, 392
  • — Inlet, Turbine, Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 492
  • — Piston, Hydraulic, Hydrodynamic Forces on, 588*
  • — Sluice, for Gas Mains (Zimmermann and Jansen, G.m.b.H.), 170*. See Erratum, 264
  • — and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • — 13-ft. Watch-Turbine Inlet Control (Glen
  • field and Kennedy, Ltd.), 401*
  • Vapour Blasting Machine for Propellers at Treforest Factory of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 133*
  • Varley Pumps and Engineering, Ltd., 21st Anniversary of, 549
  • Vaughan Lift Engineering, Ltd., 10-ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 755*
  • Vector Method of Solving Vibration Problems, 620*, 685*, 796*. See LETTER, 795
  • Vegetable Waste, Power Alcohol from, Lucknow Conference on, 699
  • “ Venetian,” S.S., 1859, 386*
  • Venezuela, Diesel-Electric Oil-Well Drilling Parge for (Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd.), 583*
  • Venkatachari, A. R., Lower Bhavani Dam, 777*
  • Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institution of. See Heating
  • Ventilation Problems in Atomic Energy Establishment, 62, 89
  • — System, British European Airways Engi
  • neering-Base Building, 557*
  • Venus, J., on Fire Protection in Passenger Ships, 690
  • Vessels, Cylindrical, Stressesin Drumheads 40*
  • — Pressure, Stress Probing for, 97* Viaduct. See Bridges
  • Vibration Absorber, Dynamic, Problems of, 795, 796*
  • — of Concrete, Investigations of, 313*, 354*,
  • 401
  • — Problems, Vector Method of Solving, 620*,
  • 685*, 796*. See LETTER, 795
  • — of Ships, Apparatus for Measuring, 658
  • — and Sound Analysis, Instruments for, 286*
  • — Torsional, in Ships, Investigations by
  • Pametrada, 279
  • Vick, H. H„ the Late, 630
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Counting-Strain Gauge, 168* ; ' “ Swift ” Single-Seat Fighter, 309* ; “ Valiant ” Bomber, 309* ; “ Box ” Gate for Dry Dock, Sunderland, 527*
  • Victoria, Australia, British Memorial Fund in, offer of Fellowship in Industrial Research, 115
  • Villa, Dr. S„ on Measurement of Vibrations of Ships, 658
  • Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd., 0-75-h.p. Two- Stroke Horizontal Petrol Engine, 74*
  • Vincent, Dr. R. S., on High-Performance Dielectrics, 30. See 18
  • “ Viper ” Short-Life Turbo-Jet Aeroplane Engine, 310*
  • Vision Transmitter at Kirk o’ Shotts Television Station, 204*
  • Vokes, Ltd., Air Filters for Air-Conditioning Plant, 171*
  • Volta River Aluminium Scheme, 699, 729
  • Vosper, Ltd., Motor Rescue Launch for Royal Air Force, 577*
  • Vyrnwy Dam, North "Wales, and Geological Research, 738
  • WADKIN, LTD. Universal Pattern-Milling Machine, 324*; Universal Grinder for Woodworking Cutters, 324*
  • Wagons, Motor. See Motor Vehicles ; Tractors
  • Wakefield, C. C., and Co., Ltd., High-Pressure Grease Lubricator, 126*
  • Wales and London Water Supply, 622, 675, 709
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., Axial-Flow Mine-Ventilating Axial-Flow Fan, 76*. See Addendum, 264
  • Walker, Lieut.-Cmdr. J. R. D., on Servo Mechanisms in Ships, 706*. See 508
  • Walker, Col. J. S. A., the Late, 534
  • Walls, Concrete, for Dry Docks, Sunderland, 525*
  • — Skeleton, Reinforced-Concrete, for Barry Commercial Dry Dock, 642*
  • Wallace, A., on Public Water Supply, 343
  • Wallace, G. A. W., on Overhead Equipment for Direct-Current Railway Electrification, 819
  • Wallace, J. C., the Late, 758
  • Wallace, Sir W„ on Hydraulic Equipment, 711, 742
  • Wallis, G. E., and Sons, Ltd., Self-Erecting Tower Crane, 125*
  • “ Waimer Castle,” S.S., 417*
  • Ward, Haggas and Smith, Ltd., 24-iD. Open- Side Planer-Shaper, 434*
  • Ward, H. W., and Co., Ltd., 16-in. Swing, Combination Turret Lathe, 368*
  • Ward, T. W., Ltd., 7-in. Woodhouse and Mitchell Lathe, 395* ; Eldair Press Brake, 395*
  • Wardlaw, Prof. W„ on Advancing Front of Chemistry, 484, 517
  • Warehouse, Reinforced-Concrete, Port of Dublin, 814*
  • Warner Fellowships of Worshipful Company of Founders, 379
  • Warships
  • Admiralty Ship Welding Committee, Tests of Welded and Riveted Ships, 449*, 466,483*, 498; Bending Tests of Marine Engine Bedplate and Seatings, 755
  • Aviation, Naval. See Ae?-ona.uiics Gas-Turbine Alternator Set, 1,000-kW, for Royal Navy, 138*
  • H. M. Aircraft Carrier “ Eagle,” 418*
  • — Frigate “ Plym,” Explosion of First British Atomic Weapon in, 562*
  • — Navy, 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Alternator Set for, 138*
  • — Ship “ Eddycliff,” Launch of, 391 Motions at Sea, Investigations on, 798, 819
  • Jane’s Fighting Ships, 1952-53 (Review) 794
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • New Royal Yacht, 699
  • Singapore Floating Dock, Salvage of, 728* United States Navy, Flight-Refuelling Equipment for, 565
  • Warship Design, Principal Characteristics of, 754
  • See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Washington, Carnegie Institution of, Annual Report of Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (Review), 652
  • Waste-Heat Boilers, Improved Heat Transfer in, 103. See LETTER,'275
  • Recovery Plant, Maple Lodge Sewage Works Power Station, 629*
  • Watch Production, Contemporary Methods, 826
  • Water Beard, Metropolitan. Annual Report, 795
  • — Department, Glasgow, Annual Report, 343-
  • — Friction. See Hydrodynamics
  • .-— Gas. See Gas
  • — Hammer in Pipe Lines, 148. See LETTERS,
  • 212, 380, 572, 636
  • — Heaters. Seo also Feed-Water
  • — Heating by Solar Radiation, 601, 607
  • — Meter of T. Kennedy, 401
  • — Pipes, Small-Diameter, for Rural Supplies,
  • Report on, 484
  • — Pollution Research Board, Annual Report,
  • 274
  • — Power, also Hydraulics; Power Plant;
  • Power, Water f Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Its Properties, Constitution, Circulation and
  • Utilisation (Review), 35
  • — Purification, Metropolitan Water Board
  • Supplies, 605, 622, 675, 709
  • — Supply, British European Airways Engi
  • neering Base, 557
  • — — Edinburgh, 343
  • — — Glasgow, Extensions to, 119
  • in Great Britain. 343
  • — — of London, History of, 605, 622, 675, 709 See also Irrigation
  • — Tanks. See Tanjfcs
  • — Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic; Power
  • Plant
  • — Wheel. See Twr&ine, Hydraulic; Power
  • Plant
  • Waterton, F. W„ on X-Ray Equipment for Radiography of Welds, 774*
  • Waterways. See Rivers ; Canals
  • Waterworks, Birmingham, Claerwen Dam, 530*, 559*
  • — Bylaws and Fittings (Review), 262
  • — See also Water Supply and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Watkins, H. C., on Flow cf Liquid Metals on Solid Metal Surfaces, 414
  • Watson, H. H., on Determination of Dry Weight of Filter Papers, 101; on Gravimetric Sampling of Dust in Coal Mines, 228*
  • Watson versus British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Legal Decision on, 763
  • Watson-Watt, Sir R., on Meteorology in Industry, 54
  • Wattmeter. See Meters under Electric
  • Watts, A. B., on Yielding of Strip Between Smooth Dies, 763
  • Wave Heights and Stresses in Ships, 449*, 466, 483*,498
  • — and Tides (Review), 780
  • Weapons, Guided, Future of, 799
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Webb, T. B., on Research by Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., at Renfrew, 179. See LETTERS, 84, 213
  • “ Webslight ” Road Signs, 627
  • Webster <fc Bennett, Ltd., Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 331*
  • Weighbar, Optical Dynamic, for Fatlgue- . Testing Machine, 801*
  • Weighbridge, Mobile, for Agricultural Work, 148
  • Weighing Machine, Check, for Small Packages (Industrial Products (Speco), Ltd.), 771*
  • Weir Regulating on River Kerry, Gairloch Hydro-Electric Scheme, 173*
  • Weir, W. P., the Late, 270
  • Weitz, J., Accident to Tower Crane, 266
  • Welbourn, D. B., on Dynamic Vibration Absorber, 796*. See LETTER, 795
  • Welch, Dr. A. J. E., on Phosphorus-Oxygen Equilibrium in Liquid Iron, 765. See 786; bn Thermodynamic Properties of Silicon Monoxide, 765. See 786
  • Welds, Ultrasonic, Testing of, 84. See LETTERS, 179, 213
  • — 150-kV X-Ray Equipment for Examination
  • of, 774*
  • Weldall and Assembly, Ltd., Eldair Press Brake, 395*
  • Welded and Riveted Ships, Strength of, 449*, 466, 483*, 498
  • Welder, Spot, Argon-Arc (British Oxygen Co.-, Ltd.), 807*
  • Welding in Bridges and Structures, 427
  • — Committee, Admiralty Ship, Bending Tests
  • of Marine Engine Bedplate and Seatings, 755
  • — Generator, 150-Ampere (Lincoln Electric
  • Co., Ltd.), 512*
  • — Machine, Arc, for Steel Girders (Fusarc
  • Ltd.), 645*
  • Electric Resistance, for Steel-Tube Production, 65*
  • for Pickling Line, Trostre Tin-Plate Works, 649*
  • — Plant for Tube Closure of Aluminium
  • Sheathing for Electric Cables,. 614*
  • — Research Association, British, Fatigue-
  • Testing Laboratory, Abington, 12*. See Errata, 158 ; Investigation on Stresses in Drumheads of Cylindrical Vessels, 40*; Annual Report, 83 ; Report on Stresses in Welded Pressure Vessels, 97* ; Investigations on Short-Radius Pipe Bends, 795
  • Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, Ltd., Welding Machine for Tube Production, 65*
  • Wells, Dr. A. A., on Stresses in Drumheads for Cylindrical Vessels, 40*
  • Welsh Industries Fair, Cardiff, 275
  • Wenvoe Television Transmitting Station, 249* Wernher Lecture on Radioactivity in Mineral Dressing, 106, 677
  • West Middlesex Water Company, History of, 605, 622
  • — of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute. See
  • Iron and Steel
  • Westerberg, G., Harspranget Hydro-Electric Scheme, 585*, 617*
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd., Euston Station Signalling Installation, 513*: Push-Button Control of Railway Signalling, 737*
  • Westinghouse Electric International Co., 62-5- MW Turbo-Generators, 136*
  • Westland Aircraft, Ltd., “ Dragonfly Mark 3 ” Helicopter, 347
  • Westminster Abbey, Memorials in, 732
  • Westminster Dredging Co., Ltd., Dredging in Port of Dublin, 1*
  • Whale Factory Ship “ Juan Peron ” (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 197*
  • — Meat Processing Plant for Whale-Factory
  • Ship “ Juan Peron ” (Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd.), 198*
  • Wharf Cranes. See Cranes
  • Wheel, Agricultural Tractor, Testing Machine for, 149*
  • — Gear. See Gears ; Gearing ; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — Grinding. See Grinding under Machine
  • Tools
  • — Motor-Car, Suspension, Independent (Wol
  • seley Motors, Ltd.), 564*
  • — — Vehicle, Spare, Hoist for, on “ Trusty ”
  • Motor Chassis (Transport Equipment (Thornycroft), Ltd.), 499*
  • — Railway, Solid and Disc Centres, Forge for
  • Continuous Production of (Taylor Bro- thers and Co., Ltd.), 713*, 752*
  • Whitehead, Dr. S., on Co-operative Research in Electrical Industry, 31. See 18
  • Whitehouse, G. H„ and Son, Ltd., “Pip”- Placing Machine for Pottery Industry, 578*
  • Whittle, Sir F„ Award of Churchill Medal to, 475
  • Wickman, Ltd., Eight-Spindle Bar Automatic, 394* ; Optical Profile-Grinding Machine, 394*
  • Widdop, H., and Co., Ltd., 30-h.p. Diesel Engine for Canal' Boat, 256
  • Wiggin, H., and Co., Ltd., Creep Tests of Nimonic Alloy 80A, 415*
  • Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Universal Workhead, 511*
  • Wild, M. B., and Co., Ltd., Charging Cars, How- den-on-Tyne Gasworks, 811*
  • Wilkins, C. T., on de Havilland “ Comet ” Air Liner, 735
  • Wilkinson, Dr. K. J. R., on Research in Electrical Manufacturing Industry, 31. See 18 Willans, K. W., on Steam Power in Farming, 212*; on Sludge from Maple Lodge Sewage Works, 308. See 222*. See LETTERS, 380, 411, 476
  • Williams, A. J., on Motions of Ships at Sea, 798, 819
  • Williams and Womersley, Ltd., Jubilee of, 571
  • Williamson, D. T. N., on Physics and Sound Reproduction, 86
  • Willson Lathes, Ltd., Hydraulic Tracing Lathe, 399*
  • Wilson, A. M„ the Late, 662
  • Wilson, L„ on Royal Society Scientific Information Conference, 1948, 403
  • Wilson, W. L., on Ventilation and Heating Problems in Atomic Energy Establishment, 62, 89
  • Wilton Factory, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 60-MW Power Station for, 830*
  • Winches and Cranes (Review), 262
  • Winching and Hoisting Machine, Manual (C. E. Simms Engineering, Ltd.), 359*
  • Wind Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Windrower and Swath Turning Machine, Tractor-Mounted (Bamfords, Ltd.), 73*
  • Windsor, A. S., the Late, 187-
  • Winget, Ltd., 3/2 cub.ft. Concrete Mixer, 573*; Weigh-Batching Concrete Mixer, 573*
  • Wire, Chromium-Steel, for Aircraft Bolts, Specification, 47
  • — Reels for Winding, Specification, 520
  • — Ropeway, 10-ton Henderson Cableway,
  • Claerwen Dam Construction, 561*
  • — and Strip Forming Machine, Universal
  • (Heenan and Froude, Ltd.), 396*
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Radio
  • — Telephony. See Radio
  • Wiseman, W. A., on Equilibrium Diagram of Copper-Indium Alloys, 529
  • W.J.L. (Machinery), Ltd., Tangential Pipe Screwing Machine, 251*
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • “ Wolf” Mark IIIB Excavator, 627*
  • — Rock, Scilly Isles, Drilling Deep Hole at,
  • 265*
  • Wolfe, K. J. B., on Research on Machinability of Steel, 699 ; on Effect of Machining on Metal Surfaces, 797. See 828
  • Wolff, G. W., Shipbuilding Work of, 386*
  • Wolseley Motors, Ltd., “Four Forty-Four” Saloon Motor Car, 564*
  • Wood, A. P„ the Late, 669
  • — Preservation, Investigations on, 698 Investigations in Australia, 764 Woodcroft, B., Work at Patent Office, 829 Woodhead, C.K., Gatehead Protective Canopy
  • for Collieries, 785*
  • Woodhouse and Mitchell 7-in. Lathe, 395* Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Woolf, A. (1766-1837), Some Letters of, 84 Woolwich Arsenal, Future of, 697 Work-Hardening of Metals, Mechanism of, 667 Workman Clark and Co., Ltd., Shipbuilding by, 387
  • Workmen. See Labour
  • Works :
  • Appleby-Frodingham Steelworks, Rapid Re-Lining of Blast Furnace at, 614
  • Corby Works of Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Resistance-Welded Tube Products, 65*
  • Engineering Problems in Works, Application of Statistics to, 294*
  • Gasworks. See Gasworks
  • Ivor Works, Dowlais, of Guest Keen Baldwins Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., 33*. See LETTER, 180
  • Pipe Fabrication Works of Stewarts and Lloyds of India, Ltd., 267*
  • Tank Factory, Effluent-Treatment Plant for, 681*
  • Trafford Park Steel Works, Manchester, Forge for Solid Railway Wheels, 713*, 752*
  • Treforest Works of British Overseas Airways Corporation, 129*
  • Trostre Tin-Plate Works of Steel Company of Wales, Ltd., 382*, 510, 649*
  • Wilton Factory, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 60-MW Power Station for, 830*
  • Works Management, Human Relations in Three Merseyside Firms (Review), 474. See LETTER, 636
  • and Information Services, 403, 409
  • Works Management. Measurement of Productivity, Work-Study Application and Training (Review), 526
  • — — Principles of Human Relations (Review)
  • 474. See LETTER, 636
  • — Ministry of, Report on Economy of
  • Building Materials, 179; Codes of Practice. See Standards
  • Workshop Training. See Education
  • — See Works ; Machine Tools
  • World Power Conference, Future Programmes, 475
  • Worm Gear. See Gear
  • Worthington, J. B. L., on Tests for Phosphated Coatings on Steel, 646
  • Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation, 84-in. Vertical-Shaft Centrifugal Pumps, 426*, 463*
  • Wrecks. See Accidents
  • Wright Brothers, Aeronautical Work of, 317
  • X-RAY Crystallographic Technology (Review) 780
  • - Equipment, 150-kV, for Radiography of Welds, 774*
  • - Film and Intensifying* Screens, Sizes of, Specification, 79
  • Xylonite Models, Stress Determination. See Photo-Elastic
  • YARMOUTH, Callender-Hamilton Road Bridge, 775*
  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd., Boilers at Plymouth “ B ” Power Station, 674
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • York Buildings Waterworks, London, 605
  • Youldon, F. W„ the Late, 755
  • Young, A. J., on Automatic Control
  • Industrial Processes, 87
  • ZIMMERMANN and JANSEN G.m.b.H., Sluice Valve for Gas Mains, 170*. See Erratum, 264
  • Zinc Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — in Aluminium and Aluminium Alleys, Analysis of, Specification, 79
  • Zinc Corporation, Ltd., Axial-Flow Mine Ventilating Fan, 76*. See Addendum, 264
  • — Polycrystalline, Deformation of, 461
  • — Twin Accommodation of, 461
  • Zones, Arid, Development of Power Resources of, 443

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