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Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General
Engineering 1953 Jul-Dec: Index: General

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

  • A. I. ELECTRIC WELDING MACHINES, LTD., Welding Machine for Motor-Vehicle Wheel Rims, 257*; Electric Pipe-Heating Machine, 257*; Butt- Welding Machines at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363*
  • Abelson and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Self-Erecting Building Crane, 648*
  • Aber Gorge, North Wales, Use of Rockets for Conductor Stringing Across, 114
  • Aberdeen Harbour Commission, Aluminium- Alloy Bascule Bridge, 481*
  • Abernant Colliery Project, South Wales, 243
  • Abetti, P. A., on Transformer Models Determining Transient Voltage, 118
  • Abinger Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 126
  • Absorbers for Solar Energy Schemes, 372,377*, 409*
  • A. O. “ Ace ” Motor Car, 566*

Accidents:

  • Accident with Grinding Wheel, Legal Decision on, 691
  • —- in Mines and Quarries, 1951, 659
  • Colliery Accidents, Chief Inspector’s Report, 242
  • Contractors’ Safety Organisation, 402 Railway Accident, Harrow-Wealdstone, Report on, 49, 53. See LETTER, 147 Shipping Accidents and Provision of Lifeboats and Bafts, 458, 465. See LETTER, 532
  • Accles and Pollock, Ltd., Manufacture and Manipulation of Seamless Tubes, 161*, 193*, 225*
  • “ Accountant ” Commercial Aircraft, 218; “ Accountant ” Air-Liner, Prestressed Fuselage for, 311*
  • Accumulator, Air-Hydraulic, at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 363*
  • — Hot-Water, for District Heating, 422, 507*
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck Acetylene-Oxygen Blowpipe. See Blowpipe
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Acme. Flooring and Paying (1904), Ltd., Timber Flooring for.' .Aluminium-Alloy Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 481*
  • Acoustic Wall at London Airport, 201*
  • Acton; Ice-Cream Factory of T. Wall and Sons, Ltd., 502*
  • Adams Lecture on Welding Research in British Merchant Shipbuilding, 639. See 586
  • Address, Presidential1 See Presidential Address Adhesives, Metal, for Aircraft Structures, 424 Admiralty. See Warships
  • A.E.C., Ltd., 60-kW Diesel-Driven Generator Set, 353*; 11 • 3-litre “ Power Pack ”
  • Diesel Engine, 353*
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • — Propellers. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • — Transport. See Air Transport under Aeronautics
  • — Unit, Self-Aligning, Automatic Radar
  • Meteorological Station, 300*
  • Aero Club, Royal, Wright Jubilee Dinner, 823. See 818
  • Aero Controls, Ltd., Staging Units of Standard Aluminium-Alloy Parts, 448*
  • Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeronautical Sciences, Institute of, Anglo- American Conference. See Aeronautical Conference, Anglo-American under Aeronautics
  • -r- Society, Royal, Awards by, 274; Wilbur Wright Lecture on Buckling and Stability, by Prof. N. J. Hoff, 371; {Brough, Yorkshire Branch) Industrial and Aeronautical Applications of Small Gas Turbine, by F. R. Bell, 668; Stability and Control in Aircraft Design, by J. C. Wimpenny, 682; Gusts and Their Measurement, by J. Taylor, 765; Development of 4,000-lb. per sq. in. Hydraulic Systems, by G. Orloff, 766*; Wright Jubilee Dinner, 823. See 818; Anglo-American Aeronautical Conference. See Aeronautical Conference, Anglo-American, under Aeronautics

Aeronautics:

  • “ Accountant ” Air-Liner, Prestressed Fuselage for, 311*
  • “ Accountant ” Commercial Aircraft, 218 Aerodynamic Measurements, N.L.L. Card Catalogue of, 376
  • Aerodynamics, Propeller and Helicopter, Elements of (Review), 387
  • Aerofoil Models, Manufacture and Inspection of, 218*
  • Aeronautical Conference, Anglo-American: Report of Proceedings, 371, 423, 453; Structures for High-Speed Aircraft, by H. L. Hibbard and J. F. McBrearty 423; Some Observations-on-Fatigue- of Aeroplane Structures, by R. V. Rhodie, 423; Structural Adhesives
  • for Mental Aircraft; by Dr. N. A. de Bruyne, 424; Aircraft De-icing by Thermal Methods, by J. L. Orr, D. Fraser and J. H. Milsum, 424; Control of Flight, by P. R. Bassett, 424; Some Recent Advances in Boundary Laver and Circulation Control, by 0. D. Perkins and D. C. Hazen, '453; Pod Mounting of Jet Engines by G. S. Schairer, 453; Power Plants for Rotary Wing Aircraft, by A. G. Forsyth, 454*; Some Factors Affecting Helicopter Design and Future Operations, by R. H. Miller, 454
  • — Documentation Proposals by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, 499
  • — Work of W. and O. Wright, 737*, 753. See Errata, 791
  • Aeroplane, “ Hawker Hunter,” Air Speed Record by, 338. 374*
  • — Structures, Fatigue in, 423
  • — Transport, Car-Ferry, “ Breguet Deux Ponts,” 169*
  • — Wright-Flyer, Development of, 737*, 753. See Errata, 791
  • — See also Air Inner, Aircraft, Flying Boat (below)
  • Air Car-Ferry Services of Silver City Airways, Ltd., 169*
  • — Liner “ Accountant ” Prestressed Fuselage for, 311*
  • “ Britannia ” (Bristol Aeroplane Co.. Ltd.), 331
  • “ Caraveile,” 76*
  • “ Comet,” of British Overseas Airways Corporation, Service Results, 692
  • Comet ” Series 2 (de Havilland Aircraft., Ltd.), 330*
  • “ Heron ” Series 2 (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 331*
  • “ Hurel-Dubois 31,” 75*
  • Projects, 471
  • — Salon, Paris, International, 19, 42*, 50, 73*
  • — Transport, British Independent, Association, Annual Report, 746
  • /.— — Movements in United Kingdom, Statistics of,1 307.
  • "Aircraft, 4,000-lb. per sq. in. Hydraulic System for, 766*
  • — Air-Turbine Accessory Drives for (Rotol, Ltd.), 777
  • — Anti-Submarine “ Sea Mew ” (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 375*
  • — “ Avro ” Delta-Wing (A. V. Roe &
  • Co., Ltd.), 374*
  • — Bombing, “ Valiant” Mark 2 (Vickers- Armstrongs, Ltd.), 374*
  • “ Victor ” (Handley Page, Ltd.), 374*
  • — of British Independent Air Transport
  • Association, 746
  • — Cabins, Cold-Air Unit for (de Havilland Propellers, Ltd.), 255*
  • — Carrier “ Antietam ” with angled Flight Deck, 52*
  • — Civil, Cost per lb. of, 635. See LETTERS, 756, 787
  • — Commercial Transport “ Accountant ” (Aviation Traders (Engineering), Ltd.), 218
  • — Control Systems, Mechanism for Varying Mechanical Ratios of, 701
  • — Design, Stability and Control in, 682
  • — Double-End Spring Washers for, Specification, 143
  • — Effect of Gusts on, 765
  • — Engineering, Automatic Computing in, 344, 351
  • — Exhibition and Flying Display, Farnborough Aerodrome, 307, 330*, 374*, 404*
  • — Fighting, Dassault “ Mystdre,” 74*
  • — Ground-Support “ S.E. 5000 Barou- deur,” 74*
  • — — Support, “ Potez 75,” 74*
  • — High-Speed, Structures for, 423
  • — Industry, Use of Titanium and Titanium Alloys in, 635. See LETTERS, 756, 787
  • — Light Transport “ Beaver ” Series 2 (de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd.), 406*
  • — Lightweight Ejector Seat for (Martin Baker Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 585
  • — Machined Box-Spar for (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 404*
  • — Metal, Structural Adhesives for, 424
  • — “ Meteor.- NF11 ” Tailplane, Com
  • ponent Parts of (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd.), 404*
  • — Military Transport, “ Beverley ” (Blackburn and General Aircraft, Ltd.), 405*
  • Twin Jet, “ Vautour,” 74* — Naval, Undercarriage for, 799* — Power Plants for (Review), 99 — Prestressed Fuselage Construction for (Aviation Traders (Engineering), Ltd.),. 311?..
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • Aircraft Propulsion, Theory ,ahd Performance (Review), 134
  • — Redux-Bonded Wing-Skin for (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 405
  • — Research; “ P.111A ” Delta-Wing (Boulton and Paul Aircraft, Ltd.), 375* “ Sherpa,” with Aero-Isoclinic Wing (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 544*, 749*
  • “ S.B.5,” Adjustable-Wing, 375*
  • — Stability and Buckling, 371
  • and Control in Design, 682
  • — Steel and Aluminium, Nuts and Bolts for, Specification, 15
  • • .Wire Rope for, Swaged Cable-End
  • Assemblies for, Specification, 143
  • — Strike-Fighter, Naval “ Vultur,” 74*
  • — Supersonic, Experimental, “ Trident,” 74*
  • — Training, Jet, S.I.P.A. 200 “ Minijet,” 44*
  • Twin-Jet, Fouga “ Magister,” 42* —- — Twin-Jet, Morane-Saulnier “ Fleu- ret,” 43*
  • — Wing, Moulded-Plastic (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 405
  • Airport, Gatwick, Government Scheme for, 139
  • — London, Acoustic Wall at, 201*; Developments of, 397*
  • Airstream Direction Detector (Ferranti, Ltd.), 480*
  • “ Alouette ” Helicopter, 75*
  • “ Avon ” R.A.14 Jet Engine (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 406*
  • “ Avro ” Delta-Wing Aircraft (A. V. Roe and Co., Ltd.), 374*
  • Balloons for Transponders, Automatic Radar-Meteorological Station, 299*
  • “ Baroudeur ” Ground-Support Aircraft, 74*
  • “ Beaver ” Series 2 Light Transport Aircraft (de Havilland Aircraft of -Canada, Ltd.), 406*
  • “ Beverley ” Military Transport Aircraft (Blackburn and General Aircraft, Ltd.), 405*
  • Boundary Layer Control Research, 453
  • “ Bregu’et Deux Ponts ” Aeroplane, 169* ' “ Britannia ’- Air Liner'(Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 331
  • British European Airways, Annual Report, 467
  • — Overseas Airways Corporation, Annual Report, 435
  • Buckling and Stability in Aircraft, 371 “ Canberra” Flying Test-Bed (Rolls- Royce Ltd.), 406*
  • “ Caraveile ” Air Liner, 76*
  • Circulation Control Research, 453
  • Civil Aviation, Ministry of, Proposed Amalgamation with Ministry of Transport, 19
  • and Transport, Ministry of, Statement on London Airports, 139; Acoustic Wall at London Airport, 201*; Statistics of Air Transport Movements, 307
  • “ Comet ” Air Liners, of British Overseas Airways Corporation, Service Results, 692
  • “ Comet ” Series 2 Air Liner (de Havilland Aircraft, Ltd.), 330*
  • Control Systems, Aircraft, Mechanism for Varying Mechanical Ratios of (Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd.), 701*
  • De-Icing Aircraft by Thermal Methods, 424
  • “ Djinn ” Helicopter, 75*
  • “ Ecrevisse ” Pulse Jet, 73*
  • Ejector Seat, Lightweight, for Aircraft (Martin Baker Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 585
  • Engine, Aeroplane, East Kilbride Factory for, 717*
  • — — Fire Detectors for (Graviner Manu
  • facturing Co., Ltd.), 576*
  • Gas-Turbine, Liquid-Fuel TurboStarter for (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 733*
  • — — Gas Turbine, Use of Titanium in,
  • 635. See LETTER, 756, 787
  • Jet, “ Avon ” R.A.14 (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 406*
  • Jet, “ Gyron ” (de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd.), 179
  • Jet, Pod Mounting of,' 453
  • Jet, Turbine Blades for (Firth- Derihon Stampings, Ltd.), 91*
  • — — Jet, Turbine Wheels for (W.
  • Jessop and Sons, Ltd.), 91*
  • — ? Jet, .“Viper- ASV3 ” (Armstrong
  • Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 329*
  • Welded Tubular Mounting for, 193*
  • — — See also Turbines, Gas
  • — Pulse-Jet, for Helicopters (Sanders- Roe, Ltd.), 319*
  • “ Ecrevisse ” Pulse Jet, 73*
  • “ Escopette ” Pulse Jet, 73*
  • “ Farfadet ” Convertible Helicopter, 75*
  • “ Fleuret ” Twin-Jet Training Aircraft, 43*
  • Aeronautics—continued.]
  • 'Flight Deck, Angled, for Aircraft Carriers, 52*
  • — Instruments, Developments of, 424 Flying Boat “ Princess ” at High Altitudes (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 331*; Future of, 653
  • — Display and Static Exhibition, Farnborough Aerodrome, 307, 330*, 374*, 404*
  • Fuselage Construction, Prestressed (Aviation Traders (Engineering), Ltd.), 311*
  • Gliding Tests by W. and O. Wright, 737*. See Errata, 791
  • Gusts and Their Measurement, 765
  • “ Gyron ” Jet Aero Engine, 179
  • " Hawker Hunter,” Aeroplane, Air Speed Record by, 338, 374*
  • Helicopter, “ Alouette,” 75*
  • — Association of Great Britain, Ground Resonance of Helicopters, by R. M. Howarth and C. H. Jones, 779
  • — Convertible, “ Farfadet,” 75*
  • — Design, Factors Affecting, 454
  • — “ Djinn,” 75*
  • — Ground Resonance of, 779
  • — Power Plants for, 454*
  • — and Propeller Aerodynamics (Review),
  • 387
  • — Pulse-Jet Engines for (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 319*
  • " Heron ” Series 2 Air Liner (de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.), 331*
  • " Hurel-Dubois 31 ” Air Liner, 75* Hydraulic Systems for Aircraft, 766* Icing of Aircraft, Thermal Methods for Combating, 424
  • Instruments for Controlling Flight, 424
  • “ Magister ” Twin-Jet Training Aircraft, 42*
  • " Meteor N.F.11 ” Tailplane Aircraft, Component Parts of (Sir W. G., Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd.), 404*
  • “ Minijet ” Light Training Aircraft, 44*
  • " Mystfire ” Fighting Aircraft, 74*
  • Nationaal Luchvaart-laboratorium, Card Catalogue of Aerodynamic Measurements, 376
  • “ Olympus Canberra ” Flying Test-Bed (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 406
  • “ P.111A ” Delta-Wing Research Aircraft (Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd.), 375*
  • Pilot, Automatic, Developments of, 424 “ Potez 75 ” Ground-Support Aircraft, 74* “ Princess ” Flying Boat at High Altitudes, 331*; Future of, 653 ?
  • Propeller, Aerial, Forging of Titanium Alloy for Blades of, 373*
  • — and Helicopter Aerodynamics (Re
  • view), 387
  • Propulsion, Aircraft Theory and Performance (Review), 134
  • Pulse Jets, “ Escopette ” and “ Ecrevisse,” 73*
  • Rockets, Guided, British, Progress with, 274
  • — Motor “ Super Sprite ” (de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd.), 287
  • Royal Air Force Technical College, Hen- low, Courses at, 435
  • — Aircraft Establishment, Investigation on Wear of Carbon Brushes at High Altitudes, 726
  • “ S.B.5 ” Adjustable-Wing Research Aircraft (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 375*
  • “ Sea Mew ” Anti-Submarine Aircraft (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 375*
  • “ Sherpa ” Research Aircraft with Aero- Isoclinic Wing (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 544*, 749*
  • Stability, Aeroplane. See Aircraft (above) Structures for High-Speed Aircraft, 423
  • “ Super Sprite ” Rocket Motor (de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd.), 406*
  • Target, Towed, High-Speed (Air Service Training, Ltd.), 405*
  • - Test-Bed, Flying, “ Canberra ” (Rolls- Royce Ltd.), 406*
  • — — Flying, “ Qlympus-Canberra ” (Bris
  • tol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 406
  • — House, Aircraft, and Research Laboratories (Handley Page, Ltd.), 150*
  • Thrust-Spoiier, Jet, Demonstration of, 73 Transport, Air. See Air Transport (above)
  • “ Trident ” Experimental Supersonic Aircraft, 74*
  • Undercarriage for Naval Aircraft (British Messier, Ltd.), 799*
  • “ Valiant ” Mark 2 Bomber Aircraft (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd.), 374*
  • “ Vautour ” Twin-Jet Military Aircraft, 74*
  • “ Victor ” Bomber Aircraft (Handley Page, Ltd.), 374*
  • “ Viper 3 ” Jet Aero Engine (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 329*
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • “ Vultur ” Naval Strike Fighter Aircraft, 74*
  • Wind Tunnel, High-Speed (Handley Page, Ltd.), 150*
  • for Railway Research, Derby, 564* Supersonic, of Brown Boveri and Co., Ltd., 609*
  • for W. and O. Wright, 737*
  • Wing, Aircraft, Moulded-Plastic (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 405
  • World Air Speed Record by “ Hawker Hunter,” 338, 374*
  • Wright Jubilee, British Celebration of, 818, 823
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aeroplanes; See Aeronautics
  • Ageing, Strain, in 6-per cent. Tin Phosphor- Bronze, 438
  • Agricultural Machinery Exhibition and Smithfield Show, 745*, 790*, 810*
  • — Motors. See Engines; Motors; Tractors
  • — Society, Royal, Blackpool. Show, 22*, 44*,
  • 85*, 105*
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture. See also Irrigation and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Air, Compressed. See Compressed Air; Pneu- . matic
  • — Compressor, “ Alley-Clark ” (Alley and
  • MacLellan, Ltd.), 326*
  • Diesel-Driven (Petters, Ltd.), 323*
  • Gas-Turbine Driven, Model Of (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 394*
  • Horizontally-Opposed Twin-Cylinder (Harland and Wolff. Ltd.), 394*
  • Manufacture of Atlas Diesel Co., Sweden, 499, 641*
  • for 3,500-h.p. Marine Gas Turbine, 491* for 5,400-b.h.p. Marine Gas Turbine, 673* Oil-Free (Broom and Wade, Ltd.), 323* Oil-Free (Williams and James (Engineers), Ltd.), 326*
  • Portable, Petrol-Driven (Maxim Engineering, Ltd.), 791*
  • Sleeve Valve, Portable (Broom and Wade, Ltd.), 322*
  • 4-in. Stroke (Williams and James (Engineers), Ltd.), 326*
  • Swedish, Production of, 499, 641*
  • — — “ Turbomeca ” (Blackburn and General
  • Aircraft, Ltd.), 321
  • — — Twin-Cylinder (E. Allman and Co., Ltd.),
  • 85*
  • Two-Stage (Alley and MacLellan, Ltd.), 326
  • — — for Wind Tunnel (Brown, Boveri and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 610*
  • — Conditioning in Industry, Control of, 61
  • — Force, Royal. See Aeronautics
  • — Heater, Gilled-Tube, Bled-Steam (Welling
  • ton Tube Works, Ltd.), 417*
  • — Masses Control Valves for Flows of, 705*
  • — Pollution. See Atmospheric Pollution and
  • Smoke Abatement
  • Air Products, Inc., Oxygen-Generating Plant, 237*
  • “Air-Puff” Soot Blower, 393*
  • — Screws. See Propellers under Aeronauiics Air Service Training, Ltd., High-Speed Towed
  • Target, 405*
  • — Supplies, Metered, Instrument for Regu
  • lating (Williams and James (Engineers), Ltd.), 63*
  • — Turbine Accessory Drives for Aircraft
  • (Rotol, Ltd.), 777
  • — See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft Carriers. See Aeronautics
  • — Establishment, Royal. See Aeronautics —?' See Aeronautics
  • Aire and Calder Canal and River Calder, Thermo-Hydraulic Model of, 138. See LETTER,212
  • Airscrew Co. and Jicwood, Ltd., Wind Tunnel for Railway Research, 564*
  • Airstream Direction Detector (Ferranti, Ltd.), 480*
  • Ala Hydro-Electric Plant, 268*
  • Albatross Marine, Ltd., “ Gay Jane ” Motor Fishing Cruiser, 777*
  • Albula Hydro-Electric Station, Switzerland, .129*
  • Alcock, W. N., on Life and Activities of E. F. Spanner, 338. See 212
  • Alexandra Palace Television Station, 573 Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd., Oil Purifier, 259*
  • Alkali, Etc., Works, Chief Inspector of, Annual Report, 266
  • Allard Motor Oar; 566*
  • Allen, Edgar and Co., Ltd., Driving Drum Conveyor, 59*. See Erratum, 240; Cast- Steel Railway Crossing, 59*; Permanent Magnet, 91*
  • Allen, Dr. N. P., on Properties of High-Purity Iron Alloys, 773 z
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Ltd., 588-kVA Diesel-Driven Generating Set, 257* ; Control Panel for 151 h.p. Electric Motor, 258*; 80-h.p. Slip-Ring Electric Motor, 258*
  • “ Alley-Clark ” Air Compressor, 326*
  • Alley and MacLellan, Ltd., " Alley-Clark ” Air Compressor, 326*; Two-Stage Air Compressor, 326; 77-h.p. High-Speed
  • Steam Engine, 326
  • Allifor Trading Co., Ltd., Vacuum, Induction Melting Furnace, 685*
  • Allman, E., and Co., Ltd., Agricultural Spraying Equipment, 85*; Twin-Cylinder Air Compressor, 86*; “Genimec” Twin- Spray Rig, 86*
  • Allowances in Machine Work. See Gauges Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs;
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Alouette ” Helicopter, 75*
  • Alsing Road Works, Sheffield, Millspaugh Centrifugal-Casting Foundry, 594, 629* Alternating Stress. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Bronze Rods and Forgings, Specification,-
  • 768
  • — Building Construction Exhibition, 120
  • — Copper in, Analysis, of Specification, 767
  • — Development Association-, Aluminium;
  • Building Construction Exhibition, 120; Investigations on Point Shapes for Aluminium Rivets, 513*
  • — Diffusion in Copper, 470
  • — for Motor Fishing Cruiser (British
  • Aluminium Co., Ltd.), 777*
  • — Rivets, Large, Point Shapes for, Investi
  • gations on, 513*
  • — as Structural Material, 17.9
  • — for Wagon Construction, 798
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Alway, G. G., on Automatic Computing in Aircraft Engineering, 351. See 344
  • “ Ambrose ” Lightship, Navigation Light for (Chance Brothers, Ltd.), 234*
  • America to Great Britain, Submarine Telephone Cable, 755
  • — Steam Locomotive in (Review), 273
  • — See also United States
  • American Locomotive Co., 1,600-h.p. Variable- Gauge Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 233*
  • — Navy. See United States under Warships
  • — Welding Society, Annual Meeting, 586;
  • Adams Lecture on Welding Research in British Merchant Shipbuilding, by R. B. Shepheard, 639. See 586
  • — See also United States
  • Ammeter. See Meter under Electric
  • Ammunition Production in United States, Productivity Team’s Report on, 17
  • Analogies, Dynamical, 763*
  • Analogue Computor, Description and Application, 477*
  • Analysers and Computers for Electrical Systems, 147
  • Analysis, Chemical, of Copper in Aluminium, 767
  • — Spectrographic, of Low-Alloy Steels, 798 Anderson, J., Aluminium-Alloy Bascule Bridge,
  • Aberdeen, 481*
  • “ Andes,” S.S., Stabilisers of, 491
  • Andrade, Prof. E. N. da C., on Gilberd (or Gilbert) and Science of His Time, 755. See LETTER, 819
  • Angle Sections, Behaviour of, Report of Investigations on, 286
  • Anglo-American Aeronautical Conference. See Aeronautical Conference, Anglo-American under Aeronautics
  • Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co.,. Ltd., TurboElectric Oil Tanker “ Helix,” 619*; TripleScrew Motor Launch, 680*
  • Angus, R. H., on Training for Production, 756. See 689. See,ADDENDA, 813
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under AfetoZ- lurgy
  • Annfleld Plain Factory of Ransome and Maries Bearing Co., Ltd., 467, 555
  • Annuals and Reference Books, 123, 191, 221, 253, 352, 511, 640. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Anstalt fur Motorenbau und Konstruktionen, Vaduz, Two-Stroke Oil Engine for Automobiles, 385*, 419*. See ERRATUM, 519 “ Antietam,” United States Aircraft Carrier with Angled Flight Deck, 52*
  • Apparatus and Equipment Exhibition, Electronic, Manchester, 183
  • — and Machines, Electrical, Historical, Exhi
  • bition by Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., 466 Appleton, Sir E., on Science for Its Own Sake, 315. See 343
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Apprenticeship. See Education; Labour “ Aqualev ” Level, 205
  • Arago, D. F. J., Centenary of, 436-
  • Arc Suppression, Electronic, in Traction Rectifiers (General-Electric Co., Ltd.), 773
  • — See Electric; Furnace; Welding
  • Arch, Logging, for Forestry (D. Brown Tractors (Engineering), Ltd.), 826*
  • — Parabolic, Two-Pinned, Horizontal Thrust
  • on, 34*
  • Archdale, J., and Co., Ltd., Experiments on Vibrations of Machine-Tool Structures, 707*
  • Archer, S., on Design Aid for Shrink-Fit Calculations, 228*
  • Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects Architecture, Form and Function in, 722 Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 14/20 h.p.
  • Twin-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 328*; “ Viper ASV3 ” Jet Aero Engine, 329*
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., Component Parts of” Meteor NF11 ” Tailplane Aircraft, 404*
  • Army, Mechanical-Handling Demonstration by, 499
  • Arnes, H. L., and Co. (Engineering), Ltd., 12-h.p. Diesel-Engined Light Agricultural Tractor, 813*
  • Arnott, J., on Estimation of Dissolved Oxygen in De-Aerated Water, 103
  • A.R.O. Machinery, Ltd., Portable Spot-Welding Machine, 323*
  • Arrol, Sir W., and Co.,. Ltd., Testing Frame for Ships’ Structures, 115*
  • Arsenal, Woolwich, Report on Future of, 147 Arterial Roads. See Hoads
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Arrangements for Celebrating Bicentenary of, 531,691; Work of Wright Brothers for Aviation, by Capt. J. L. Pritchard, 823. See 818
  • Asea Electric, Ltd., Automatic Welding Press for Wire Mesh, 291*; Automatic Flash Welder, 291*
  • Ash-Handling Plant, Uskmouth Power Station, 553*
  • Ashington Coal Co., Ltd., 1,225-h.p. Automatic Alternating-Current Winding Machine, 774*
  • Ash well, Dr; D. G., on Two Axes of Twist in Elastic Prisms, 769*
  • Askania Regulators for Control of Blast- Furnace Blowers, 762*
  • Aslib. Conference, Nottingham, Classification System of American Society for Metals and Special Libraries Association, by P. E. Colinese, 376
  • Asquith, W., Ltd., Boring and Milling Machines for Machining Turbine Casings, 97*
  • Association, British. See British Association
  • — Engineering. See Institutions
  • Astronomer Royal’s Annual Report, 125, 211 Astronomy and Radio Research, 315
  • — for Surveyors, Elements of (Review), 387 Atkins, W. S., and Partners, Ultrasonic Weld-
  • Inspection Plant, 211
  • Atlantic Liners. See Ships; Steamers; Motor-- ships
  • Atlas Diesel Co., Sweden, Work of, 499; Mining Machinery of, 641*
  • Atmosphere, Upper, Rocket Exploration of, Conference on, 36.0
  • Atmospheric Noise from Lightning, Investigations on, 241
  • — Pollution and Alkali Works Report, 266 — Causes, Effects and Prevention, -747 and the Law, 787
  • in London, Committee on, 659
  • and Smoke Abatement, 497
  • Work of Fuel Research Board on, 145 See also Smolce Abatement
  • Atomic Energy Commission Projects in Ohio, 818
  • Developments in Great Britain, 593
  • — Production Establishment, Risley, Work of, 593
  • Project, United Kingdom, Future Organisation of, 657
  • — — Research Establishment, Harwell, Econ
  • omics of Nuclear Power Schemes, 345*, 372. See Erratum, 375
  • — Weapon Industry and Nuclear Power,
  • United States, 345*, 372
  • Atomisation of Liquid Fuels (Review), 803
  • “ Aurelia ” Lancia Motor Car, 565 ”
  • Australia, Scientific Research in, Renort on, 679
  • Austin-Healey Sports Car, 565*
  • Austin and Trimingham, “ Aqualev ” Level, 205
  • Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding Automatic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Signalling. See (Signaling
  • — Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automatic Telephone and Electric Co., Ltd., Electronics in Switching of Telephone _ Calls, 389, 413*, 445*
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Automotive Products Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Remote-Control Cabinet, 394*
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine
  • Aveling-Barford, Ltd., “ Calfdozer,” 652*; 42-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined Maintenance Grader, 668*
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 10-ton Steam Road Roller, 214*
  • Avery, W. and T., Ltd., Push-Pull Fatigue- Testing Machine, 322*; Balancing Machine for Alternator Rotors, 523*
  • Aviation Traders (Engineering), Ltd., Commercial Transport Aircraft “ Accountant,” 218; Prestressed Fuselage Construction for Aircraft, 311*
  • — See Aeronautics
  • “ Avon ” R.A.14 Axial-Flow Jet Engine, 406 “ Avro,” Delta-Wing Aircraft, 374*
  • Axes of Twist in Elastic Prisms, 769* Aycliffe Factory of Bakelite, Ltd., 715*,
  • BABCOCK AND WILCOX, LTD., Boiler Plant, Singapore Power Station, 283;
  • Air-Puff ” Soot-Blower, 393; Boilers and Coal-Handling Plant, Uskmouth Power Station, 553*; Boiler Plant, Oil Tanker “ Helix,” 620; Boiler Plant at Trafford Power Station, 676*
  • Baden, Switzerland, Research Laboratory of Brown, Boveri and Co., Ltd., 609*
  • Baggage Car, Electric, for British Railways, 764 Bagging Unit, Multi (Scottish Mechanical
  • Light Industries, Ltd.), 791*
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., Fireless Steam Locomotive, 608*
  • Baguley, E. E., Ltd., 62-h.p. Electric Mining Locomotive 279*
  • Bailey Bridge Uiiits, Uses for, 601*
  • Bailey Meters and Controls, Ltd., Television Water-Level Receiver, 393*
  • Bakelite, Ltd., Aycliffe Factory of, 715* Baker, Prof, H. W., on Industry and Technical Education, 467
  • Bala Lake Improvement Scheme, 412
  • Balancing Machine for Alternator Rotors (C. Schenck G.m.b.H.), 523*
  • Baldwin Instrument Co., Ltd., Pneumatic Clamping Equipment, 327*
  • Baldwin Locomotive Works, 2,958-h.p. Electric Locomotive for Netherlands Railways, 65*
  • Balfour Beatty and Co., Ltd., 275-kV Transmission System, 122*
  • Baling Machines, Power-Driven (Salopian Engineers, Ltd.), 746*
  • Ball-Hardness Tests. See Hardness under- Tests (Materials)
  • Ball, Sir W. V., on Statutory Duty of Employers, 179
  • Balloons. See Aeronautics
  • Balmforth, N., on Gear Lubrication, 632*. See 627. See LETTER, 692
  • Balzers, Geratebau-Anstalt, Vacuum Induction Melting Furnace, 685*
  • Bamford, J. C.. Ltd., Tractor-Operated Loader, 105*; Half-Track Conversion Set for Tractor, 812*
  • Bamfords, Ltd., Elevating Crop Loader, 44*; 16-h.p. Two-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 44*
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • — Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools
  • Bar-Hardening Machine, High-Frequency Induction (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 121* Barclay, S. F., on Extinguishing Oil Fires, by Fog Nozzles, 787. See 671*
  • Barford (Agricultural), Ltd., lj-h.p. Multi- Purpose Horticultural Tractor, 45*
  • Barlow, D. A., on Point Shapes for Large Aluminium Rivets, 513*
  • Barnard, K. N., on Cathodic Protection of Canadian Naval Vessels, 650
  • Barnes, D. C., on Interferometer for Measuring Slip Gauges, 757*
  • Barnett, W. A., the Late, 796
  • ‘ Baroudeur ” Ground-Support Aircraft, 74* Bascule Bridge. See Bridges
  • Basildon, Essex, Experiments on Dressings for Soil Road at, 793
  • Bassett, P. R., on Control of Flight, 424 Bassett-Lowke, W. J., the Late, 607
  • Bath, Hot-Galvanising, 180-kW and 275-kW (Major Electric Furnace Pty., Ltd.), 638*
  • Battery Vehicles. See Mot-or Vehicles; Motor Truck
  • Beam, Curved, Stresses in, Determination of, 103*
  • — Freely-Supported, Vibrations of, ,711
  • — Grillages of, Plastic Design of, 804*
  • — “ I,” Combined Bending and Torsion of,
  • 807
  • — Prestressed-Concrete, Tests at Low Tem
  • peratures, 490
  • Bearing, Copper-Lead, Corrosion of, in Oil Engines, 41*
  • — Roller, Split (Cooper Roller Bearing Co.,
  • Ltd.), 355*
  • Beaver Committee of Inquiry into Economy in Construction of Power Stations, 498.
  • Beaver Committee on Air Pollution, Statement of Evidence Submitted, 659; Interim Report,. 747
  • “ Beaver ” Series-2 Light Transport Aircraft, 406*
  • Bedford, J., and Sons, Ltd., Examples of Files, 57*
  • Bedford, R. W„ the Late, 522
  • Bedford, T., Factory Buildings of Tubular Construction, 617*
  • Beer, A. E., Stockwell Omnibus Garage, 703* Belgium, Cathodic Protection of Gas Mains, 650
  • — Public Lighting in, 370
  • Bell, F. R., on Applications of Small Gas Turbines, 668
  • Bell, R. J., on Graded Filter for Borehole, 821
  • Beiliss and Morcom, Ltd., Vertical Compound Steam Engine, 215*
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Bending Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Bentall, E. H., and Co., Ltd., Dynamic Testing of Wire Ropes and Fasteners, 734*; D. Brown-Bentall Disc Harrow, 790*
  • Beresford, J., and Son, Ltd., Petrol-Driven Pumping Set, 108*; Centrifugal Pump, 653; Automatic Pressure Water Unit, 653*
  • Bergwerk, W., on Problems of Fluid-Flow Measuring Devices, 244*. See 6*, 35* Berthiez, C., Vertical Boring Machine at Tank Factory, Leyland. 631*
  • Bertram, J., and Son, Ltd., Electronically- Controlled Paper-Making Machine, 595*
  • Bessemer Process and Open-Hearth Furnace Relative Costs, 701
  • “ Beverley ” Military Transport Aircraft, 405* Beznau Gas-TUrbine Power Station, Switzerland, 611*
  • Bicentenary of Royal Society of Arts, Arrangements for Celebration of, 531, 691
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles
  • Bilbow, T., Surrey Docks Substation, London Transport Executive, 437*; Stockwell Omnibus Garage, 703*
  • Billingham and Wilton Works of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 94
  • Billings, A. W. K., and Water Power in Brazil (Review) 803
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Binnie, Deacon and Gourley, Bala Lake
  • Improvement Scheme, 412
  • Biplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Birkenhead Gasworks, Stockpiling and Loading Equipment, 822*
  • Birlec, Ltd., Compressed-Air Drier, 292* Birmingham, Engineering Centre, Plans for, 429
  • — Industrial Research Laboratories, Tests
  • of Wire-Rope Grips, 734*
  • — Museum of Science and Industry, Opening
  • of Engineering Hall, 214*. See LETTER, 276*
  • Bishop, H., on British Broadcasting Service, 543, 573. See 499
  • Bituminous Materials, Road Construction. See Roads and Tar
  • Black, Carbon, Lorry for Bulk Transport of, 429*
  • Blackburn, A. B. E., the Late, 435
  • Blackburn and General Aircraft, Ltd., “ Turbomeca ” Gas Turbine and Compressor, 321; “ Beverley ’’ Military Transport
  • Aircraft, 405*
  • Blackett, J., Uskmouth Power Station, 552* Blackpool, Royal Agricultural Show, 22*, 44*, 85*, 105*
  • Blade, Marine Propeller, Planing of, 520
  • Blading, Gas Turbine; Comparator for Root Serrations of (British Indicators, Ltd.), 158*
  • — for 3,500-h.p. Marine Gas Turbine, 491*
  • -— Turbine, Microscope for Edges of (Taylor,
  • Taylor and Hobson, Ltd.), 192*
  • Blair, Dr. J. S., on Calculation of Thickness of High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 549. See LETTER, 723
  • Blanch, A. B., and Co., Ltd., Portable Elevator, 85*; Front-Mounted Side-Delivery Bake, 85*
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blasting Explosives, Manufacture in India, 627 Blaw Knox, Ltd., “ Hico ” Falsework Centring, 447
  • Blin, J., on Diffusion of Zinc and Aluminium in Copper, 470
  • Blithfleld Reservoir, 598*
  • Blower, Electrically-Driven, at Dovercourt Yeast Factory, 76*
  • — Roots, with Filter and Silencer (Sir G.
  • Godfrey and Partners, Ltd.), 262*
  • Blowpipe Equipment, Oxy-Acetylene Powder
  • Cutting (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 258*
  • — See also Welding ; Cutting
  • B. M.W. Motor Car, 56C*
  • Board ofi Trade, Monopolies Commission and Semi-Manufactures of Non-Ferrous Metals, 179 ; “ Revolving ” Fund for Industry, .243 ; Census of Production for 1954, 380 ; Report on British Industries Fair, 721 ; Letter on Export Trade, 787
  • Boat, Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Bock, A. F., the Late, 47
  • Bode, F., and Son, Ltd., Positioning Appliance for Welding Work,i 602* ; Clamping Machine for Strip Welding, 726*
  • Boereboom, A., on Public Lighting in Belgium, 370
  • Bogie for 1,500-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 172*
  • — for Electric Locomotive, Improved Riding
  • Control for, 285*
  • — Four-Wheeled, for 1,000-h.p. Diesel-Elec
  • tric. Locomotive, 139*. See Addendum, 212
  • — Frame for 2,958-h.p. Electric Locomotive,
  • 65*
  • — Railway, Rubber Suspension of, Experi
  • ments on, 830*
  • — for Single-Deck High-Speed Tramcars
  • (Maley and Taunton, Ltd.), 124*. See 254*. See Erratum, 199
  • — Variable-Gauge,, for 1,600-h.p. Diesel-
  • Electric Locomotive, 233*
  • Boiler for Aero-Engine Factory at East Kilbride (J. Thompson (Wilson Boilers), Ltd.), 717*
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, with Controlled Super
  • heat, Model of, 393*
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, Oil Tanker “ Helix,” 620 -— Babcock and Wilcox, Singapore Power
  • Station, 283
  • — Babcock and Wilcox, Uskmouth Power
  • Station, 553*
  • — with Chain Grate, Effect of Coal Properties
  • on Combustion in, 61
  • — Control, Unified, at Trafford Power
  • Station, 676*
  • — Drums, Eorged (T. Firth and J. Brown, Ltd.),
  • 90*
  • Hollow-Forged (English Steel Corporation, Ltd.), 702*
  • — Feed Water. See Water
  • Water Softening. See Water
  • — Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker
  • — La Mont, at Tank Factory, Leyland, 631*
  • — Marine, with Controlled Superheat, Model
  • of (Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.), 393*
  • — — Investigations on Corrosion in, 428, 434
  • — — “ Weldex ” Bled-Steam Air Preheater
  • for (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd.), 417*
  • — Mercury, Use of Titanium in, 455
  • — Plant for British Power Stations, 827
  • — — Prevention of Atmospheric Pollution by,
  • 145
  • — Pulverised-Fuel, Electrostatic Precipita
  • tors for, 776
  • — for Solar Energy Schemes, 379*, 409*
  • — Vertical, Triple-Pass (Fraser and Fraser,
  • Ltd.), 318*
  • — Water Level, Television Receiver (Bailey
  • Meters and Controls, Ltd.), 392*
  • — See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Bolinder’s Co., Ltd., 33-h.p. Diesel Engine, 260*; 150-h.p. Six-Cylinder Diesel
  • Engine, 260
  • Bolts and Nuts, for Aircraft, Steel and Aluminium-Alloy, Specification, 15
  • — Screws and Nuts, Black, Specification, 606 Boltwood Engineering, Ltd., Storage Shed of
  • Timber Construction, 796*
  • Bombing Aeroplane. See Aircra/t under Aeronautics
  • Bond, F. W., the Late, 586
  • Bond, R. C., on Motive Power in British Railways, 439
  • Bonding Process for Friction Linings (T. Broadbent and Sons, Ltd.), '583
  • Books, New, Notes on, 31, 64, 96, 127, 192,
  • 255, 287, 319, 351, 384, 415, 448, 479, 576, 607, 672, 704, 736, 800, 831. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Received, 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192, 224,
  • 256, 288, 320, 352, 384, 416, 448, 480, 544, 576, 608, 640,672, 704, 736, 768, 832
  • Boreholes. See Wells
  • Borg and Beck Motor Car, 566*
  • Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Bottles, Winchester, Specification, 798 Bouasse, Prof. H., the Late, 788*
  • Boughton, T. T., and Sons, Ltd., Heavy-Duty Winch for Tractors, 790* ; Mechanical Equipment for Forestry, 826*
  • Boulton Paul Aircraft, Ltd., “ P.111A ” Delta-Wing Research Aircraft, 375* ; Mechanism for Varying Mechanical Ratios of Aircraft Control Systems, 701*
  • Bourdon Tools, Ltd., Surface Grinding Machine, 511* ; Variable-Speed Gear and Pulley Drives, 829*
  • Bowing Operation on Pearl Scale (G. Ibberson and Co.), 91*
  • Bowser, Monks and Whitehouse, Ltd., Fryma Milling and Grease-Producing Plant, 253*
  • Box, Carrier, Tractor-Mounted (Taskers of Andover (1932), Ltd.), 45*
  • — Spar for Aircraft (Short Brothers and Har
  • land, Ltd.), 404*
  • — Tin, Making Machinery (F. J. Edwards,
  • Ltd.), 460*
  • — Transport for Tractor (Whitlock Brothers,
  • Ltd.), 790*
  • Brace, A. W., on Point Shapes for Large Aluminium Rivets, 513*
  • Brakes, Motor-Car, Work of Road Research Board on, 177
  • Brandes, E. A., on Properties of Chromium and Its Alloys, 541
  • Branson Instruments Ine., Ultrasonic Flaw Detector for Rails, 11*. See Addendum, 412
  • Brass, Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • Brazil, A. W. K. Billings and Water Power in (Review), 803
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breakwater, Pneumatic, at Bull’s Bridge Research Laboratory, 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • Breguet Deux Ponts ” Aeroplane, 169* Breguet “ Vultur ” Naval Strike-Fighter Aircraft, 74*
  • Brick-Making Plant, Circular-Kiln (Clarks Kilns (N.S.W.) Pty., Ltd.), 825*
  • Bridge, Bascule, Double-leaf, Victoria Dock, Aberdeen, 481*
  • — Plate-Girder, Diffusion of Load into Decks
  • of, 645*
  • — Prestressed-Concrete, Behaviour of, 551
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, Blithfleld Reservoir,
  • 598*
  • — Removable, Steel, Victoria Dock, Aberdeen
  • 481*
  • — World’s Great (Review), 546
  • — See also Viaduct ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd.,
  • Reversing Rolling Mill for Alloy Steels, 59* ; Large Ingot Mould, 90* I
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests {Materials)
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., “ Britannia ” Air Liner, 331 ; Moulded-Plastic Wing, 405 ; “ Olympus Canberra ” ’ Flying
  • Test-Bed, 406
  • Britain’s Fuel and Power Resources, Conservation of, 735
  • ” Britannia ” Air Liner, 331
  • “ Britannia ” Royal Yacht, Preliminary Trials, 622
  • Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Starters for Electric Motors, 326*
  • British Aircraft Constructors, Society of, Aircraft Exhibition and Flying Display, Farnborough Aerodrome, 307, 330*, 374*, 404*
  • British Aluminium Co., Ltd., All-Welded Aluminium-Alloy Motor Yacht “ Morag Mhor,” 180* ; Aluminium-Alloy for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 481* ; Aluminium for Motor Fishing Cruiser, 777*

British Association :

  • Liverpool Meeting :
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 343
  • Presidential Address by Sir E. Appleton on Science for Its Own Sake, 315. See 343
  • Section G {Engineering) :
  • Programme, 169
  • Reports of Discussions, 343, 372, 389, 422, 455, 517
  • Presidential Address by Lord Dudley Gordon on, Engineering in Next Two Thousand Years, 381. See 343
  • Visits and Excursions, 517
  • Utilisation of Electronic Computers
  • in Engineering Practice, by R. K. Livesley, 349. See 343
  • Automatic Computing in Aircraft
  • Engineering, by G. G. Alwav, 351. See 343
  • Outlook for Economic Nuclear.Power, by Dr. B. L. Goodie^* 345*. See 372. See Erratum, 375
  • Solar Energy : Past, Present and
  • Future Applications, by Dr. H.
  • Heywood, 377*, 409*. See 372 Use of Electronic Methods in Tele
  • phone Switching, by L. J. Murray, 413*, 445*. See 389
  • Application of Colour to Television
  • Broadcasting, by F. C. McLean, 441*. See 389
  • District Heating, by A. E. Margolis, 473*, 507*. See 422
  • Measurement of Efficiency of Heating in Buildings, by A. T. Pickles, 422
  • Design of Creep-Resisting Steels, by
  • E. W. Colbeck, Dr. J. R. Rait and
  • J. O. Ward, 505*, 537*. See 455 Titanium : A Metal of Engineering
  • Importance? by Major P. L.
  • Teed, 603*, 635. See’ 455. See LETTERS, 756, 787
  • The Isodvnamometer, by J. Wright, 665*. See 517
  • Combined Magnetisation of Magnetic
  • Materials, by Dr. J. E. Parton and Dr. W. D. Sutherland, 697*, 731. See 517
  • Engineering Applications of Calorimetry with Particular Reference to Magnetic Steels, by K. L. Morphew, 765. See 517
  • Dynamical Analogies, by R. Yorke, 763*. See 517
  • Joint Meeting with Section J {Psychology) : Use of Motion Study in Increasing
  • Productivity, by A. G. Shaw, 390 Techniques in Motion and Time
  • Study, by W. Rodgers, 390
  • British Broadcasting .Corporation, Television Developments, 24 ; Receiver for Monitoring Service, 137* ; Magnetic Tape Recording Equipment for, 381 ; Work of, 499, 543, 573 ; Sound and Television Broadcasts of Coronation Ceremonies, 775
  • — Cast Iron Research Association, Pneumatic
  • Clamp for Shell Moulds, 296* ; Annual Report, 586
  • — Coal Utilisation Research Association,
  • Opening of New Laboratory, 20 ; Investigation on Combustion in Boiler with Chain Grate, 61 ; Annual Report, 88 ; Annhal Luncheon, 563
  • British Combustion Equipment, Ltd., Safety Mechanism for Oil Burner, 634*
  • — Commonwealth Scientific Office, Review of
  • Science in United States, 690
  • — Constructional Steelwork Association,
  • Report on Behaviour of Angle Purlins, Ties and Struts, 286
  • — Consulting Engineers, Professional Code
  • of, 658
  • — Council, Annual Report, 627
  • — Cycle and Motor Cycle Manufacturers and
  • Traders Union, Ltd., Cycle and Motor Cycle Show, 659
  • — Electrical and Allied Manufacturers Asso
  • ciation, Annual Dinner, 659
  • Development Association, 'Testing Laboratory for Domestic Appliances, 489*
  • — Electricity Authority, Trials of Submarine
  • Cables Between England and France, 31, 170* ; 'Power Stations on Tyne and Tees- side, 94 ; 275-kV Transmission System, 122* ; Annual Report, 466 ; Uskmouth Power Station, 552* ; Fireless Steam Locomotive, 608* ; Memorandum on Parallel Operation of Public and Private Electricity Systems, 626 ; First Five Years of, 663 ; Unified Boiler Control at Trafford Power Station, 676* ; 132-kV Three-Core Cable Installation, 695 ; Hollow-Forged Boiler Drums for, 702* ; Coal Storage at Hackney Power Station, 727* ; Review of Work of, 827
  • — European Airways, Annual Report, 467 ;
  • Revenue from Aircraft of, 635. See LETTERS, 786, 787
  • — Foundrymen, Institute of, Report on
  • Economic Utilisation of Copper-Base Alloys, 222 ; Shell Moulding Process, by D. N. Buttrey, 251, 285
  • — Gear Manufacturers Association, Luncheon,
  • 627 ; Gear Lubrication, by N. Balmforth, 632. See 627. See LETTER, 692
  • — Hydromechanics Research Association,
  • Feeder for Hydraulic Transport of Coal, 296*
  • —• Independent Air Transport Association, Annual Report; 746
  • British India Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., Aluminium-Alloy Motor Launch for Pakistan, 416*
  • British Indicators, Ltd., Comparator for Turbine-Blade Root Serrations, 158*
  • — Industries Fair, Report on Future of, 721 Federation of. See Federation
  • British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd., 132-kV Three-Core Cable Installation, 695 British Insulated Callender’s Construction Co., Ltd., Use of Rocket for Conductor Stringing, 114 ; 275-kV Transmission
  • System, 122* ; Portable Aluminium- Alloy Mast, 127* ; 50-Cycle Single-Phase Electrification, Lancaster-Morecambe- Heysham Line, 459*
  • — Internal Combustion Engine Research
  • Association, Luncheon, 83 ; Work of, 607*
  • — Iron and Steel Productivity Team, Views
  • on Milling of Rail Ends, 299
  • and Steel Research Association, North- East Goast Laboratories, 116* ; Sheffield Laboratories, 683*
  • — Manufacturers of Petroleum Equipment,
  • Council of, Tenth Anniversary Luncheon, 531
  • British Messier, Ltd., 4,000-lb. per sq. in. Hydraulic System, 766* ; Undercarriage for Naval Aircraft, 799*
  • — Meteorological Office, Automatic Radar
  • Meteorological Station, Crawley, 299*
  • — Navy. See H.M. under Warships
  • — Non-Ferrous Metals Federation, Annual
  • General Meeting, 51
  • — Overseas Airways Corporation, Annual
  • Report, 435 ; Revenue from Aircraft of, 635., See LETTERS, 756, 787 ; Future of " Princess ” Flying Boat, 653 ; “ Comet ” Air Liners, Service Results of Fleet, 692 British Oxygen Co., Ltd., Powder-Cutting Blowpipe Equipment, 258*
  • British Polar Engines, Ltd., 600-b.h.p. Six- Cylinder Diesel Engine, 391* ; 200-kW Diesel-Driven Marine Generating Set, 391*
  • — Productivity Council, Report of Produc
  • tivity on Ammunition, 17 ; Report on Fuel Conservation, 338 ; ' Reports on Production Control and Design for Production, 530 ; Formation of National Industrial Fuel Efficiency Service, 562
  • — Railway Derby, Research Department,
  • Use of Electrical Resistance Strain Gauges on Concrete Structures, by J. C. Lucas and R. Newsham, 487
  • — — Decentralisation of, 20. See LETTER,
  • 84 ; Report on Harrow-Wealdstone Collision, 49, 53. See LETTER, 147 ; Rolling. Stock Programme, 51 ; Tests of Steam and Diesel Locomotives, 305 ; Standard 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, 348* ; Signal-Spectacle Glazing, 349* ; 75-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Mobile Crane, 395* ; Crewe Pupils’ and Premium-Apprentices’ Annual Dinner, 403 ; Teaching of Locomotive Driving and Firing Duties, 433 ; Effect of Transport Act, 1953, 434 ; Booklet on Railway Civil Engineering as a Career, 435 ; Motive Power on, 439 ; Lancaster - Morecambe - Heysham Line, 50-Cycle Single-Phase Electrification, 459* ; Use of Electrical Resistance Strain Gauges on Concrete Structures, by J. C. Lucas and R. Newsham, 487 ; British Transport Commission Annual Report, 561 ; Wind Tunnel for Railway Research, 564 ; Electric Baggage Car, 764 ; Tool for Deep-Level Grouting, 779* ; Experimental Wagon of Aluminium Construction, 798
  • British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Co., Ltd., Foundations for Large Universal Boring Machine, 449*
  • British Ropes, Ltd., Braided Wire-Rope Sling, 357*
  • British Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • — Standards Institution. See Standards
  • — Steel Castings Research Association, Liquid-
  • Metal Sampling Apparatus, .735*
  • — Founders’ Association, Annual Dinner,
  • 755
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Machine Tools for Machining Turbine Casings, 97* ; Transformers for 275-kV Transmission System, 122* ; 500-h.p. Generator for
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 139*. See Addendum, 212 ; Electronic Motor- Control Cubicle, 259* ; Electrical Equipment for Diesel-Electric Cargo Ship, 260 ; 45-MVA 660-Volt Air-Break Switchgear, 259* ; Armature for " Stavolt ” Alternator, 259* ; Electric Motor at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363* ;
  • Large Universal Boring Machine, 449* ; Booklet on Training Electrical Testers, 470 ; Electrical Equipment for Paper- Making Machine, 595* ; 8,300-s.h.p.
  • Turbo-Electric Machinery, Oil Tanker “ Helix ” 620
  • — Trade, .See Trade
  • — Transport Commission, Appointment of
  • General Sir B. Robertson to Chairmanship, 243 ; Locomotive Driving and Firing, 433 ; Scheme for Railway Reorganisation, 434 ; Annual Report, 561 ; and National Union of Railwaymen, 787
  • British Twin Disc and Clarifiers, Ltd., Diesel- Driven Arc-Welding Machine, 324*
  • — Waterworks Association, Statement on
  • Nationalisation, 371
  • — Welding Research Association, Annual
  • Report, 114
  • Brittle Fracture of Iron Alloys, 772
  • — Fracture of Steel, Glasgow Conference on,
  • 70, 187, 220. See 639
  • Broaching Machine. See Machine Tools Broadbent, T., and Sons, Ltd., Electrically-
  • Driven Sugar Centrifugal, 293* ; Bonded Friction Linings for Clutch, 583
  • Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd., 30-ton Press Brake, 265*
  • Bronze, Phosphor, 6 Per Cent. Tin, Strain- Ageing in, 438
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Portable Sleeve Valve Air Compressor, 322* ; Oil-Free Air Compressor, 323*
  • Brooke-Bradley, H. E., on Road Construction in Worcestershire, 681
  • Brooks (Oldbury), Ltd., Strip Shearing Machines, 365. See LETTER, 436*
  • Broun-Morison, H., Model of L. Mond’s Laboratory, 1888, 87*
  • Brown, Boveri and Co., Ltd., Riding Control for Locomotive Bogie, 285* ; Fluid Mechanics and Combustion Research Laboratory, 609* x
  • Brown Brothers and Co., Ltd., Stabilisers of
  • S.S. “ Andes,” 491
  • Brown, D., and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., Significance of Izod Test in Gear Design, 166,* Five-Speed Constant-Mesh Gearbox, 191*
  • Brown, D., Machine Tools, Ltd., 100-in. Hobbing Machine for Turbine Gears, 203* ; Shaving Machine for 220-in. Gears, 730*
  • Brown, D., Tractors, Ltd., 32-5-b.h.p. Fotir- Cylinder Marine Diesel Engine, 327* ; 31 • 3-b.h.p. Diesel-Driven ' Agricultural Tractors, 790*
  • Brown, D., Tractors (Engineering), Ltd., Mechanical Equipment for Forestry, 826* Brown, J., on Tests of Launching Greases, 468 Brown, J. and Co., Ltd., Tests of Launching Greases, 468 ; Shaving Machine for 220-in. Gears, 730*
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., Balancing Machine for Alternator Rotors, 523* ; Switchgear Factory, Loughborough, 569*
  • Brushes, Carbon, Wear of, at High Altitudes, Investigation on, 726
  • Bryce Burger, Ltd., Pressure Gauge Plunger, 670*. See Addendum, 736
  • B. S.A. Tools, Ltd., Centreless Grinding Machine, 476*
  • Bucket Conveyor. See Conveyor
  • — Dragline, 12-cub. yd. (Hadfields, Ltd.), 59* Buckle, G. H., and Partners, Development of
  • London Airport, 397*
  • Buckle, Dr. H., on Diffusion of Zinc and Aluminium in Copper, 470
  • Buckling of Strut with Elastically-Fixed Ends, 67*
  • Buhrs and Zonen N.V., Variable-Speed Gear and Pulley Drives, 829*
  • Building Construction, Aluminium, Exhibition of, 120
  • See also Concrete, Reinforced and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Crane, Self-Erecting (Abelson and Co. (Engi
  • neers), Ltd.), 648*
  • — Design and Research, of C. A. Parsons &
  • Co., Ltd., 713*
  • — Factory, of Tubular Construction (Tube-
  • ,wights, Ltd.), 617*
  • — Light-Gauge Steel Used in, Protection
  • Against Corrosion, Specification, 606
  • — Materials, Portable Petrol-Driven Elevator
  • for (M. B. Wild and Co., Ltd.), 189
  • — Model By-Laws for, 318
  • — Multi-Storey, Prestressed-Concrete, for Post
  • Office, 667
  • — of Power Stations, Economy in, Report on,
  • 498
  • — Research in Australia, 679
  • Station, Vibrating-Wire Strain Gauge for Tests on Structures, by R. J. Mainstone, 153*; Researches on Heating in Buildings, 422; Exhibits at Building Exhibition, 727
  • — Trades Exhibition, Olympia, 652*, 727* Buist, C., on Availability and Distribution of
  • Smokeless Fuels, 498
  • Buist, D. M., on Electrical Equipment Export Trade, 594
  • Bull’s Bridge, Hayes, Hydraulic Research Laboratory at, 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • Bunyan, T. W., on Investigations on Ships, Hull and Machinery Defects, 528
  • Burmeister and Wain, M.S. " Samoa,” 217* Burners, Oil Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Burrill, Prof. L. C., on Marine Propeller Manufacture, 520
  • Burvagn Dam on Julia River, Zurich, 129* Buscot Waterworks, Water-Treatment Plant, 493
  • Bushing Co., Ltd., Hebburn Works of, 95
  • Business and Public Affairs, Files, Facts and Action in (Review), 484
  • Bustard, J. H., on Road Transport Afloat, 522 Butler, P., the Late, 436
  • Butterley Co., Ltd., Oxygen-Generating Plant, 237*
  • Button, A., and Partners, Ltd., Stockwell Omnibus Garage, 703*'
  • Buttrey, D. N., on Shell Moulding Process, 251, 285
  • CABLE COVERS, LTD., Jacking Unit for Prestressing Concrete, 606*
  • — See also Wire Ropes and Electric
  • Cairo, Meadi, Shuman-Boys Solar Boiler at, 380*
  • Caisson, Reinforced-Concrete, for Uskmouth Power Station, 552*
  • Calder, River, and Aire and Calder Canal, Thermo-Hydraulic Model of, 138. See LETTER, 212
  • “ Calfdozer ” (Aveling-Barford, Ltd.), 652*
  • Callenfels, G. W. van S., on International Flame-Radiation Research at Ijmuiden, 555*. See 488
  • Calorimetry Applied to Magnetic Steels, 517,765 Camborne, Cornwall, East Pool Mine, Pithead- Gear Collapse at, 402
  • — Museum, Holman Brothers, Ltd., Rosto-
  • wrack Cornish Engine at, 341*, 371
  • Cambrian Wagon and Engineering Co., Ltd., Wagon with Aluminium Plating, 798
  • Camera, Television, Underwater, Marconi- Siebe Gorman (Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd.), 358*
  • Canada, Energy Consumption in, 820
  • — Scottish Council (Development and Indus
  • try), Mission to, 819
  • Canadian Bank of Commerce, Letter on Energy and Economic Development, 820
  • — Naval Vessels, Cathodic Protection of, 650 Canal, Aire and Calder and River Calder,
  • Thermo-Hydraulic Model of, 138. See LETTER, 212
  • — Grand Contour, Project for, 741*
  • — Irrigation, in United States, Sediment Pro
  • blems in, 1*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge
  • — Prismatic Elastic Axes of Twist in, 769* Canvin, S. D., Glasgow Water-Supply Extensions, 240
  • “ Capable,” H.M. Steam Tug, Variable-Pitch Propeller of, 582*
  • Cape Town, Model of Table Bay Harbour, Measurement of Wave Heights in, 245*, 267*
  • Capstan Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • “ Capsule ” Pump for Transformer Oil, 355* Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • — Rail. See Carriages, Railway
  • “ Caravelle ” Air Liner, 76*
  • Carbon, Activated, Properties and Applications of (Review), 4
  • — Black, Lorry for Bulk Transport of, 429*
  • — Brushes,- Wear of, at High Altitudes, In
  • vestigation on, 726
  • Cardiff Docks, Tank-Cleaning Plant for Oil Tankers at, 149*
  • Cardon Refinery, Venezuela, Model of Pumping Plant at (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 394*
  • Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association, International, Unit Load and Palletisation Symposium: Unit Loads and Palletisation, by B. Garoche and A. Vinceti, 522; Road Transport Afloat, by J. H. Bustard, 522; Case for Palletisation, by D. R. Woodley, 522; Ship Types and Through Transport, by A; C. Hardy, 522
  • by Fork-Lift Trucks and Pallets, 522
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Carriage, Railway, Air-Conditioned (Craven’s Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.), 59* Building Programme, British Railways, 51
  • — — Electric, for Baggage, 764
  • Carrier Box, Tractor-Mounted (Taskers of Andover (1932), Ltd.), 45*
  • Carron-Parlanti, Ltd, “ Niforge ” Die Casting, 762
  • Carter, T., the Late, 60 '
  • Cashmore, W. P., on Flame Radiation in Open- Hearth Furnaces, 725. See 744
  • Cast-Iron Flanged Pipes and Flanged Fittings, Specifications, 767
  • Research Association, British, Pneumatic Clamp for Shell Moulds, 296*; Annual Report, 586
  • Castelo do Bode Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 660*
  • Casting, Copper-Base Alloy, Economy in Production of, 222
  • — Die," Niforge ” (Carron-Parlanti, Ltd.), 762
  • — Machine, Centrifugal, Millspaugh, Ltd., 594,
  • 629*
  • Continuous, for Copper Ingots (Sheppard and Sons, Ltd.), 809*
  • — Steel, “ Centrispun ” (Firth-Vickers Stain
  • less Steels, Ltd.), 91*
  • Catalogues. See Trade Publications Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor
  • Cathodic Protection of Buried or Submerged Structures, 287. See Erratum, 299
  • — — Conference on, 650
  • of Pipelines and Storage Tanks, Russian Book on (Review), 659
  • C. A.V., Ltd., Starter for Oil Engine, 325*; Marine Searchlights, 326*; Electric Starter Motor for Oil Engines, 791*
  • Caversham Park, Reading, Receivers for Broadcast Monitoring Service, 137*
  • C. D., Etablissement, Mobile Sawmill', 776* Ceannacroc Hydro-Electric Scheme, Cluanie
  • Dam at, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • Celluloid Models, Stress Determination by. See Photo-Elastic
  • Cement, Blast-Furnace Slag, Use at Cluanie Dam, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • — and Concrete Association, Pavings Develop
  • ment Group: Recent Progress in Soil- Cement for Road Construction, by D. J. Maclean, 681; Road Construction in Worcestershire, by H. E. Brooke-Bradley, 681; Road Construction in Urban Areas, by H. L. Kerr, 681; Progress in Concrete Road, Construction, by Dr. A. R. Collins, 724; German Motor Roads, by Dr. E. W. Goerner, 724; Some Aspects of Economics of Concrete Roads, by P. H. T. Gooding, 724; Exhibits of Association at Building Exhibition, 727
  • — Transporter and Silo for Bulk Handling
  • 109*
  • — Works, Dust from, 266
  • — See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX Census of Production for 1954, Board of
  • Trade, 380
  • Centenary of Wear Shipbuilders’ Association, 398
  • — of D. F. J. Arago, 436
  • — See also Bicentenary;
  • Centrifugal Pumps. See Pumps
  • — Sugar, Electrically-Driven (T. Broadbent &
  • Sons, Ltd.), 293*
  • Centrifuge for Heavy Fuel Oils (Sharpies Centrifuges, Ltd.), 798*
  • “ Centrispun ” Steel Castings (Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd.), 91*
  • Centurion Tank, Factory for Production of,
  • . Leyland, 630*
  • Chadwick, R., on Stretcher-Strain Markings in
  • Aluminium Alloys, 438 Chain-Track Tractor. .. See Tractor Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd., Relay for Control of Reactive Power , 671*
  • Chamberlain Industries, Ltd., Hand-Operated Two-Stage Hydraulic Pump, 64*
  • Chance Brothers, Ltd., Lighthouse Apparatus, 216*; Navigation Light for “ Ambrose ” Lightship, 234*
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Channels, Fluid-Flow Measuring Devices for, 6*, 35*. See LETTER, 244*
  • — Section, Axes of Twist in, 769*
  • Charging Machine, Furnace-, 40-h.p. Diesel- Engined (Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Ltd.), 412*
  • Charlton, R. B., the Late, 14
  • Charrold, Ltd., Retail Handling Equipment for Coal and Coke, 605*
  • Chassis of Austin-Healy Car, 565*
  • — of B.M.W. Car, 566*
  • — of Jowett “ Jupiter ” Car, 565*
  • — of Mercedes-Benz Car, 587*
  • — of Tubular Construction, Allard Motor Car,
  • 566*
  • Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Chemical Engi
  • neering Conference, Programme, 21
  • — — Training of, 401
  • — Industry, Society of, Chemical Engineering
  • Conference, Programme, 21; Corrosion Group, Symposium on Cathodic Protection: Cathodic Protection in Relation to Engineering Design, by K. A. Spencer, 650; Influence of Composition of Magnesium Anodes on Their Effifeiency, by M. Oude- man, 650; Development of Cathodic Protection in Belgium, by A. Weiler, 650; Economic Aspects of Corrosion Control, by
  • D. H. Lewis and O. C. Mudd, 650; Cathodic Protection and Control of Corrosion in Middle East, by W. C. R. Whalley, 650; Cathodic Protection as Applied to Royal Canadian Naval Vessels in Active Service, by K. N. Barnard, 650; Cathodic Protection, Its Application to Ships and Establishments of Royal Navy, by J. T. Cren- nell, 650
  • — — Use of Radioactive Materials in, 157
  • — Plant Exhibition, Olympia, 11, 21, 237*,
  • 257*, 289* (See Erratum, 361), 321*, 353*, 391*.
  • — — Symbols on Flow Diagrams, Specifica
  • tion, 798
  • — Research Laboratory, Annual Report, 428,
  • 434; Investigation on New Sources of Selenium, 569
  • —- Works, Chief Inspector’s Report, 266 Chemistry of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Research Board and Laboratory, Annual
  • Report, 428, 434
  • — Work of W. H. Wollaston in, 614
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Cheshire ” Petrol-Driven Trench Digger, 106* Chesterman, J. and Co., Ltd., Precision Measuring Instruments, 58*
  • Chesters, W. T., on Izod Test in Gear Design and Performance, 166*
  • Chilver, Dr. A. H., on Diffusion of Load into Decks of Girder Bridges, 645*
  • Chromium and Its Alloys, Properties of, 541 —? Electroplated Coatings of, Specification, 829 Chuck. See Machine Tools
  • Circular Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools Circulating Pumps. See Pumps
  • Cities, Industrial, Smokeless Zones in, 83, 498 Citroen 2 CV Motor Car, 534*
  • Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • — Engineering, Railway, as a Career, Booklet on, 435

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • Awards forPapers, 19
  • Awards to Graduates and Students, 224 Presidential Address by W. P. Shepherd- Barron on London Docks, 637
  • Construction of Two Concrete-Lined Tunnels for Machkund Hydro-Electric Project, South India, by G. A. Gauld and R. J. Newport, 683
  • Design and Construction of High-Speed Test Track for Motor Vehicles, by R. Freeman and J. A. Neill, 747 Civilisation, Western, and Engineering (Review), 195
  • Clamp, Pneumatic, for Shell Moulds, 296* Clamping Machine for Strip Welding (E. Bode
  • and Son, Ltd.), 726*
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., Gateshead Works of, 95; Coal-Pulverising Mill, 354*; Self-Contained Cargo Winch, 354*
  • Clarks Kilns (N.S.W.) Pty. Ltd., Circular-Kiln Brick-Making Plant, 825*
  • Classifier, Vibratory, for Materials (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 189*
  • Clayton, Dr. T. M., on Smokeless Zones, 498 Cleaning Machine for Floors, Battery-Driven (S. R. Cowlard, Ltd.), 831*
  • Clements, V., on First Five Years of Nationalised Electricity Supply, 663
  • Cleveland and Northern Counties, Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, .462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 814. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Scientific and Technical Institution, Dor
  • man Long Harold Wright Lecture on Steelmaking Related to Blast-Furnace Practice, by J. Mitchell, 701
  • Cliff, J. S., on Insulation of High-Voltage
  • Electrical Installations, 767' Climate. See Meteorological
  • Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works, Ltd.,.- Drilling Machine with Air-Hydraulic Feed Unit, 260*
  • Clocks at Royal Observatories, 126
  • — Tower, Electronic Chiming Installation for
  • (Gent and Co., Ltd.), 664
  • Cluanie Dam, Slag Cement Plant at, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • Clutch of Borg and Beck Motor Car, 566*
  • — and Brakes, Motor-Car Developments in,
  • 566*
  • — Drive, Fitted, for Electric Motors (Marine
  • Engineering Co. (Stockport); Ltd.), 183*
  • — Fluid, for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen (Flui-
  • drive Engineering Co., Ltd.), 482*
  • — Plates of 35-ton Tanks, Bonded Friction
  • Linings for (T. Broadbent and Sons, Ltd.), •583
  • Clutterbuck, H. S., the Late, 564 Clyde, River, Projected Tunnel under, 351 Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal Blending, Investigations by Fuel Research Board, 146
  • — Board, National, Apprentice Training
  • Scheme, 627
  • — Conservation, Productivity Report on, 338.
  • See 735
  • — Dust in Mines, Risk of Explosions and
  • Pneumoconiosis, 626
  • •— Economy. See. also Fuel Economy; Pulverised Fuel
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Handling Plant, Uskmouth Power Station,
  • 553*
  • — Hydraulic Transport of, Feeder for, 296*
  • — Loaders for National Coal Board, 643*
  • — Mine. See Colliery
  • — Oil Production from, Fischer-Tropsch Pro
  • cess for, 296, 297
  • — Position in Europe, Report on, 1952-53,
  • 146, 691
  • — Production and Utilisation in France, 619
  • — Properties and Combustion in Boiler with
  • Chain Grate, 61
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • —? Pulverising Mill (Clarke, Chapman and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 354*
  • — Resources, British, Conservation of, 735.
  • See 338
  • — Retail Handling Equipment for (Charrold,
  • Ltd.), 605*
  • — Stocks, Prevention of Spontaneous Com
  • bustion in. 727*
  • — Use in Canada, 820
  • — Utilisation Research Association, British,
  • Opening of New Laboratory, 20; Investigation on. Combustion in Boiler with Chain Grate, 61; Annual Report, 88; Annual Luncheon, 563
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coalbrook Fischer-Tropsch Plant, South Africa, 297
  • Coastal Flooding, Committee on, Interim Report, 211
  • Coating, Electroplated, of Nickel and Chromium, Specification, 829
  • Cockcroft, Sir J., on Industrial Application of Radioactive Materials, 157
  • Cohen, G., Sons and Co., Ltd., 100-ton Power Press with Press Brake Attachment, 124*; Dismantling of Beam Engines of Metropolitan Water Board, 501*; Hydraulic Forging Press, 683*
  • Coiling Plant at Shepcote Lane Works of Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., 332*, 362*
  • Coke Production in Europe, 146
  • — Retail Handling Equipment for (Charrold,
  • Ltd.), 605*
  • Colbeck, E. W., on Design of Creep-Resisting Steels, 505*, 537*. See 455
  • Cold-Reduction Machine for Seamless Tube Manufacture (Maschinenfabrik Meer A.G.), 162*
  • — Saw. See Machine Tools
  • Colinese, P. E., on Classifying Metallurgical Literature, 376
  • Collector, Dust (Dallow, Lambert and Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • College. See Education
  • Colliery, Chief Inspector of Mines Report, 242
  • — Lighting. S'ee Safety Lamps
  • — Lynemouth, 1,225-h.p. Automatic Alternat
  • ing-Current Winding Machine, 774*
  • — Point of Ayr, Dual-Fuel Engines at, 136
  • Colliery Project, South Wales, 243
  • — Machinery Manufacture by Atlas Diesel
  • Co., Sweden, 641*
  • — Safety in, Research on, 626
  • — Sandhole, 62-h.p. Electric Locomotive with
  • Overhead Conductor, 279*
  • — Winding. See Winding
  • — See als,o Mines and Coal
  • Collins, Dr. A. R., on Concrete-Road Construction, 724
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colorado River, Rock Fill, Weir On, 4* Colorimeter and Photometer “ Physical Eye ” for Fluorescent Tubes, 388*
  • Colour Television Broacasting, Problems of, 389; 441*
  • Development of, 574
  • Columbia Broadcasting System, Television Broadcasting by, 443
  • Columbus-Dixon Organisation, Ltd., Power Float for Concrete Floors, 653*
  • Column, Behaviour of Angle Strut, Report on Investigations, 286
  • — Collapsing Load of. Strut with Elastically-
  • Fixed .End, 67*
  • Combine Harvester, Tractor-Driven (Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd.), 85*
  • Tractor Hauled (Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 810*
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials) Combustion in Boiler with Chain Grate, Effect of Coal Properties on, 61
  • — Chamber for Marine Gas Turbine, 492*
  • — — for 5,400-b.h.p. Marine Gas Turbine, 673*
  • — Engineering Association, Fuel Efficiency
  • Exhibition and Conference, Manchester, 691
  • — and Fluid Mechanics Research Laboratory
  • of Brown, Boveri and Co., Ltd., 609*
  • — Smokeless, of Fuel Oils, 498
  • — Spontaneous, in Coal Stocks, Prevention of,
  • 727*
  • — See also Fuel; Gases
  • “ Comet ” Air Liners of British Overseas Airways Corporation, Service Results, 692
  • — Liners, Series “ 2,” 331*
  • — and Rocket Orbits, Tables for (Review), 613 Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and
  • Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Commercial Motor Cars. See Motor
  • Manufacturers, Spurrier Lecture on Road Transport and Commercial-Motor Manufacturer, by H. Spurrier, 821
  • Commonwealth, Australian, Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Annual Report, 679
  • — Cable Standards, Conference on, London,
  • 190
  • — Telecommunications, Growth in Traffic, 602
  • — See also Australia
  • Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Compactor, Soil, Diesel-Engined Vibratory (A. B. Vibro-Verken), 60*
  • Comparators, and Linear Measuring Instruments (Sigma Instrument Co.. Ltd.), 523
  • — for Turbine-Blade Root Serrations (British
  • Indicators, Ltd.), 158*
  • Compound Locomotives. See Loco/notwes
  • — Stress. See Tests (Materials) Compressed-Air Drier (Birlec, Ltd.), 292* Tools. See Machine Tools
  • See also Pnewwiatic
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor Computers and Analysers for Electrical Systems, 147
  • — Digital, Electronic, Analysis of Rigid
  • Frames by, 230*, 277*
  • — Electronic, Utilisation in Engineering
  • Practice, 343, 349
  • Computing, Automatic, in Aircraft Engineering, 344, 351
  • Computor, Analogue, Description and Application of, 477*
  • Concrete, Compression and Transverse Testing Machine for (Denison and Son, Ltd.), 294*
  • — Floors, Power Float for (Columbus-Dixon
  • Organisation, Ltd.), 652*
  • — — and Roofs, Shuttering for, Supports for .
  • (Blaw Knox, Ltd.), 447*
  • — Prestressed, Effect of Abnormal Tempera
  • tures on, 490
  • Exhibits at Building Exhibition, 727
  • —- — Grain Silo at Dublin, 577*
  • — — for Multi-Storey Office Building (R.
  • Costain, Ltd.), 667
  • Ultimate-Load Design of; 490
  • — Prestressing, International. Federation of,
  • London Congress. See Prestressing
  • Jacking Unit for (Cable Covers, Ltd.), 606*
  • Schemes for, Demonstration, 727
  • — Reinforced—Association, 21st Anniversary
  • Dinner, 755
  • for Lindley High-Speed Test Track, 747 Rooffor Stockwell Omnibus Garage, 703* Workshop, with Pre-Cast Members, 93*
  • — Research in Australia, 679
  • — Road Construction and Soil-Cement, 681,
  • 724
  • Work of Road Research Board on, 177*
  • — from Roman City of Sabratha, Lybia, 756
  • — Slab with Reinforced Circular Hole, Stresses
  • in, 808*
  • — Structures, Use of Electrical Strain Gauges
  • on, 487
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Condenser Tubes, Non-Destructive Testing of, 628
  • Use of Titanium in, 455
  • Conductivity. See Electric
  • Conduit with Surge Tank, Calculation of Oscillations in (Review), 517
  • Conference, Aeronautical, Anglo-American. See Aeronautical Conference, Anglo- American under Aeronautics
  • — Aslib, Nottingham, Classification System of
  • American Society for Metals and Special Libraries Association, by P. E. Colinese, 376
  • — on Cathodic Protection, 650
  • — Chemical Engineering, Programme, 21
  • — on Commonwealth Cable Standards, London,
  • Conference and Exhibitions, Forthcoming* 151, 279, 407, 567, 695, 823
  • Fuel Efficiency, Manchester, 691
  • — Glasgow, Brittle Fracture of Steel, 70, 187,
  • 220. See 639
  • — on Hardness Testing of Steel, Sheffield,
  • Programme, 314
  • — on Rocket Exploration of Upper Atmos
  • phere, 360
  • — on Technological Education, 723
  • — on Welded Structures, Programme, 318 Congella Power Station, Durban, Electrostatic Precipitators at, 776
  • Congress International Mechanical Engineering, Turin, Programme, 63
  • — London, of International Federation of
  • Prestressing. See Prestressing, International Federation of, London Congress
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; * Fuel; Pulverised Coal
  • — of Raw Materials, Information on, 20 Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.,
  • Pneumatic Drill Set, 326*
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Annual Report, 63; 40th Anniversary Luncheon 658; Professional Code, 658
  • Continental Line Transport Ferry Service, Operations of, 522
  • Contour Canal Line, 300-ft., Proposed Canal, 741*
  • Contracts, 15, 47, 79, 111, 143, 175, 207, 239, 271, 303, 335, 399, 480, 669, 702, 728, 800, 832. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Contractors’ Safety Organisation, Work of, 402 Control Cabinet, Remote-, Hydraulic (Automotive Products Co., Ltd.), 394*
  • — Electronic, for Paper-Making Machine
  • (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 595
  • — Equipment, Automatic for Diesel Engines
  • (Mirrleesr Bickerton and Day, Ltd.), 235*
  • for Diesel-Electric Cargo Ship (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 260 •
  • r for 1,000-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomo
  • tive, 141*. See Addendum, 212
  • for 2,958-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 66* Side-Register, for Reeling Sheet Material (Ferranti, Ltd.), 669*
  • — Gear for Bascule Bridge, Aiberdeen, 482*
  • — Panel for 151-h.p. Elec (jrc Motor (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd'), 258*
  • — — for 8,000-s.h.p. Marine Steam Turbine
  • (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • — Pneumo-Hydraulic, for Blast-Furnace
  • Blowers (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 761* Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Converter Rotary (Electric Construction Co., Ltd.), 276*. See 216*
  • Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Ltd., 40-h.p. Diesel- Engined Furnace-Charging Machine, 412* Conveyor Bridge for Dam Construction, Use of Bailey-Bridge Units for, 601*
  • — Driving Drum (Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd.),
  • 59*. See .Erratum, 240
  • — for Drying Oven for Printed Steel Sheets,
  • 779*
  • — for Handling Materials, 369
  • — at Ice-Cream Factory of T. Wall and Sons,
  • Ltd. (W. and C. Pantin, Ltd.), 502*
  • — Kit, Overhead, “ P.C.P.” (G. W. King, Ltd.),
  • 800*
  • —- for Prestressed-Con Crete Grain Silo at Dublin, 580*
  • — Selective-Screen (West’s Gas Improvement
  • Co., Ltd.), 828*
  • Conway, H. G., on New British Standard System of Limits and Fits, 817
  • Coode and Partners, Singapore Power Station, 283. See Erratum 584
  • Cook, Dr. M., on New Metal Titanium, 427. See 402, 438
  • Cooke, J. O., on Availability and Distribution of Smokeless Fuels, 498
  • Cooling by Water of Open-Hearth Furnaces, 772
  • Coombs, J. H., and Partners, Fluorescent Lighting for Stockwell Garage, 703*
  • Cooper Roller Bearing Co., Ltd., Split-Roller Bearing, 355*
  • Copenhagen Plan for Broadcasting Frequencies, 543, 573
  • Copper Alloys. See Bronze; and Alloys under Metallurgy.
  • — in Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys,
  • Analysis of, Specification, 767
  • — Diffusion of Zinc and Aluminium in, 470
  • — Growth of Sulphide Films on, 470
  • — High-Conductivity, Memorandum on Values
  • for Properties of, 111
  • — Ingots, Continuous Casting Machine for
  • (Sheppard and Sons, Ltd.), 809*
  • — Oxidation of, in Temperature Range 200
  • deg. to 800 deg. C., 470
  • — Plate, Specification, 606
  • — Tubes, Specification, 606
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Cornish Engine in Cornwall, 339*, 371
  • Preservation Society, Work of, 148, 339*, 341* 371
  • — Pumping Engines and Rotative Beam
  • Engines (Review), 581
  • Cornwall, Camborne, East Poole Mine, Pithead- Gear Collapse at, 402
  • — Cornish Engine in, 339*, 371. See 148,
  • 341*
  • Coronation Ceremonies, Sound and Television Broadcasts of, Technical Arrangements for, 775
  • — Reception by London County Council, 51 “ Corronel B ” Wrought Nickel-Molybdenum
  • Alloy, 248
  • Corrosion Control and Cathodic Protection, 650
  • — Investigations at Chemical Research Lab
  • oratory, 428, 434
  • — of Light-Gauge Steel in Buildings, Protec
  • tion Against, Specification, 606
  • Cosmic-Ray Observations at Herstmonceux Observatory, 126
  • Cosmical Research and Astronomy, 315
  • Cossor Radar, Ltd., Marine Radar Display Console, 323*
  • Costain, R., Ltd , Prestressed-Concrete Multi- Storey Building, 667
  • Cottee, J. W., the Late, 238
  • Cotter Slots and Quick-Release Tapers, Specification, 320
  • Counter, Scintillation and Luminescence (Review), 644
  • Coupling, Oil-Pipe (Tufnol, Ltd.), 260*
  • — See also Clutch
  • Couture, J., on French Power Resources, 619 Coventry Climax 190-h.p. V8 Petrol Engine, 589*
  • Coventry Gauge and Tool Co., Ltd., Broach- Sharpening Machine, 428*
  • Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd., Marine Auxiliary Set, 327* ; 16/30 h.p. Horizontally Opposed-Piston Petrol Engine, 328*
  • Cowan, H. J., on “ Concrete ” from Roman Ruin, 756*
  • Cowlard, S. R., Ltd., Battery-Driven Floor- Cleaning Machine, 831*
  • Crack Detection by Radioactive Materials, 157
  • — Detector, Permanent-Magnet (Metropolitan-
  • Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 5*
  • Crane, Mobile, 75-b.h p., Diesel-Electric (Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd.), 395*
  • — Tower, Lorry-Mounted (Steels Engineering
  • Products, Ltd.), 813*
  • Self-Erecting, for Building (Abelson and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 648*
  • — Tractor-Mounted (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 87* Crankshaft, Built-Up, Shrink-Fit Calculations
  • for, 228*
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Large Universal Boring Mill, 449*; Precision Screw-Thread Corrector Lathe, 524*
  • Craven’s Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., Air-Conditioned Railway Carriage, 59*'
  • Crawley Development Corporation, Road Construction for, 724
  • — Pease Pottage, Automatic Radar Meteoro
  • logical Station, 299*
  • Creep Characteristics of Xylonite Structures} 665*
  • — in High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 549.
  • See LETTER, 723
  • — of Steel and Alloys, Investigations on,
  • 455, 505*, 537*
  • — Tests. See under Tests {Materials) Crennell, J. T., on Cathodic Protection in
  • Royal Navy, 650
  • Crewe Pupils’ and Premium Apprentices’ Annual Dinner, 403
  • Crofts (Engineers), Ltd., Gearing for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 482*
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Mobile Van for High-Voltage Cable Tests, 62*; SingleDeck High-Speed Tramcars, 124*. See 254*. See Erratum, 199; Standard Squirrel-Cage Electric Motor, 258*; Exhibition of Historic Electrical Machines and Apparatus, 466
  • Crompton, Col. R. E. B., Work of, 466
  • Crone and Taylor, Ltd., Unloading and Stacking Machine, 288*
  • Crop Loader, Elevating (Bamfords, Ltd.), 44* Crossing, Railway, Cast-Steel (Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 250-b.h.p. “ Packaged” Power Unit, 289*; 670-b.h.p. Marine
  • Diesel Engine, 289*
  • Crossley, F. P. I., the Late, 366.
  • Crowsley Park, Reading, Receivers for Broadcast Monitoring Service, 137*
  • Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil Crushers, Jaw, Performance of, 456*, 485* Crushing Plant, Stone, Experimental, at Underwood Quarry, 281*
  • — Rolls for Ironstone (Hadfields, Ltd.), 59* Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Metallography; Microphotographs
  • Crystallography, X-Ray Films for, Dimensions of, Specification, 606
  • Cubitt, W., and Co., Cold Store at T. Wall and Sons Ice-Cream Factory, 502*
  • Cude, A. L., on Length of Oil and Gas Flames, 725. See 744. ?
  • Cultivator and Seeder, Combined (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 86*
  • Cummings versus R. Thomas and Baldwins, Ltd., Legal Decision in, 99. See LETTER, 179
  • Cunard Steam Ship Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Pavia,” 92*
  • Cupola, Foundry, Hot-Metal Receivers for, 27* Cutlery, Pressing Shop for (Richards Bros. and Sons, Ltd.), 91*
  • " Cutogen-6 ” Powder-Cutting Blowpipe, 258* Cutting, Powder, Blowpipe Equipment (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 258*
  • “ Cutty Sark,” Sailing Ship, Report on State of, 337
  • Cycle and Motor Cycle Show, Earl’s Court, 659
  • — Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • DALE ELECTRIC (YORKSHIRE), LTD., 1,250-Watt Diesel-Driven Electric Generator, 213*
  • Dallow, Lambert and Co., Ltd., Dust Collector, 328*
  • Dam, Arch, Castelo do Bode Hydro-Electric Scheme, 660*
  • — Burvagn, on Julia River, Zurich, 129*
  • — Cluanie, Slag Cement Plant at, 557*. See
  • Erratum, 640
  • — Construction, Conveyor Bridge for, Use
  • of Bailey-Bridge Units for, 601*
  • — Fort Sumner, New7 Mexico, Degradation
  • of, 4*
  • — Marmorera, on Julia River, Zurich, 132* Darley, Sir B. D., the Late, 244
  • Dartford-Purfleet Tunnel under River Thames, 361
  • Dartmouth, Commemoration of Anniversary of T. Newcomen, 244
  • Dassault “ Mystdre ” Fighting Aircraft, 74*
  • Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 500-h.p. Diesel Engine for Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 139*. See Addendum, 212; 250-b.h.p.
  • Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 262*; 800- h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 324*
  • David, E. J., on Availability and Distribution of Smokeless Fuels, 498
  • Davies, D. M., on Machine for Measuring Load and Deformation of Rubber, 196*
  • Davies, Prof. S. J., on Performance of Two- Stroke Oil Engine for Automobiles, 385*, 419*. See Erratum, 519
  • Davy and United Engineering Co., Ltd., Rolling Mills, 59*; 6,000-ton Wheel-Forging
  • Hydraulic Press, 59*; Rolling Mills at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 332*, 362*; Large Universal Boring Machine, 449*
  • Dawes, W., on Contractors’ Safety Organisa-
  • ’ tion, 402
  • Dawson, W., the Late, 46
  • Day, G. F., on Bending of Simply-Supported Rectangular Plates, 308*, 358*
  • Dayton, Ohio, Aircraft Work of W. and O. Wright, 737*,'753
  • D. C. Endert, Jr., Experiments with Launch, 403, 425
  • de Boer, J. B., on Criteria in Quality of Street Lighting, 370
  • de Bruyne, Dr. N. A., on Structural Adhesives for Metal Aircraft, 424
  • Decks of Plate-Girder Bridges, Loads on, 645* Dee and Clwyd River Board, Bala Lake Improvement Scheme, 412
  • de Graaf, Prof. J. E., on Notched Siow-Bend Test as Brittle-Fracture Test, 772
  • de Havilland Aircraft, Ltd., “ Comet ” Series 2 Air Liner, 330*; “Heron” Series 2 Air Liner, 331*
  • de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., " Beaver ” Series 2 Light Transport Aircraft} 406*
  • de Havilland Engine Co., Ltd., “ Gyron ” Jet Aero Engine, 179; Rocket Motor “ Super Sprite,” 287, 406
  • de Havilland Propellers, Ltd., Cold-Air Unit for Aircraft Cabins, 255*
  • Denison and Son, Ltd., Compression and Transverse Testing Machine for Concrete, 294*
  • Denny, W., and Brothers, Ltd., Stabilisers of
  • S.S. “ Andes,” 491
  • Denton, C. R., the Late, 110
  • Deposits in Internal-Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines, 42*
  • Derby, Wind Tunnel for Railway Research, 564
  • De-Scaling Plant at Shepcote Lane Works of Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., 332*, 362*
  • “ de Schelde ” Shipyard, Flushing, Use of Marking-Off System at, 486, 571*
  • Design aid for Shrink-Fit Calculations, 228*
  • — Engineering, Use of Electronic Computers
  • in, 343, 349
  • —- and Inventions (Crown Use), Bill, 723
  • — for Production, Report of British Produc
  • tivity Council, 530
  • Desoutter Brothers, Ltd., |-in. Pneumatic Drill, 294*; Pneumatic Corner Drill, 294*; Nut Runner for Use in Corners, 294*
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • “ Desynn ” Rudder-Angle Indicator, 325* Detector, Crack, Permanent-Magnet (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 5*
  • — Direction, Airstream (Ferranti, Ltd.), 480*
  • — Flaw, Magnetic, Minchom-Sempun (R. P. R.
  • Patents, Ltd.), 736*
  • — Ultrasonic, for Flaws in Rails (Branson
  • Instruments- Inc.), 11*. See Addendum, 412
  • Diamond Powder, Classification of. Specification, 143
  • — Technology^ Production Methods for
  • Diamond and Gem Stones (Review), 676
  • — Truing Tools, Dimensions of, Specification,
  • 254 |
  • Diatomite Industry in Isle of Skye, 444
  • Die-Casting Foundry of Non-Ferrous Die
  • Casting Co., Ltd., Reorganisation of, 185*
  • — — “ Niforge ” (Carron-Parlanti, Ltd..), 762 Standardisation of Alloys for, 222 Diesel Engine Users Association, Noise:
  • Practical Aspects of, by J. E. Holton, 692 See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Diffusion and Kirkendall Effect, 470
  • Digging Machines. See Excavator
  • Dimbleby, T. E., on Live Load Tests of Wire Ropes and Fittings, 734*
  • Dimensional Analysis and Physical Similarity (Review), 516
  • Direction Detector, Airstream (Ferranti, Ltd.), 480*
  • Directories'. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Disc Harrow, Heavy-Duty, Reversible (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 23*
  • — Terracer, Tractor-Mounted (H. Ferguson,
  • Ltd.), 23*
  • Disintegrator, Laboratory and Industrial (G. Scott and Son (London), Ltd.), 832*
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour
  • Distillation Tray for Fractionating Columns (W. J. Fraser and Co., Ltd.), 325*
  • District Heating and British Power Stations, 827
  • Problems and Application of, 422, 473* 507*
  • Divers’ Intercommunication Equipment, 555 Dixon, J., and Soils, Ltd., Silversmith Work, 91* “ Djinn ” Helicopter, 75*
  • Dobbie Mclnnes, Ltd., High-Speed Plotting
  • Table, 391*; High-Speed Recorder, 391*; Poise Meter for Oil, 392
  • Dock, 500-ton Floating, on Lake Nyasa, Erection of, 200*
  • — and Inland Waterways Executive, Hydrau
  • lic'Research Laboratory for, 120, 138*. See. LETTER, 212
  • — Labour Board, National, Annual Report,114
  • — London, History and Features of, 637
  • Dock, Victoria, Aberdeen, Bascule Bridge of Aluminium-Alloy, 481*
  • Documentation, Aeronautical, Proposals by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, 499
  • Domestic Applications of Solar Energy, 372, 409*
  • — Fires and Atmospheric Pollution, 747
  • — — Smoke from, 497
  • — Heating, Atmospheric Pollution from, 145 Investigations on, 422
  • — Paraffin Appliances, Specification, 839 Donkin, S. B., Pimlico District Heating Scheme,
  • 422 507*
  • Donking, T. H., the Late, 590
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Cleveland Works of, 94; Opening of Lackenby Steelworks, 453; Harold Wright Lecture on Steelmaking Related to Blast-Furnace Practice, by J. Mitchell, 701
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co., Ltd., 52-h.p. Three- Cylinder Diesel Engine, 259*
  • Double Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Doulton and Co., Ltd., Pipeline Filter Unit, 327* Dover Harbour Board, Motor-Car | Ferry
  • Terminal, 55*
  • Dovercourt, Yeast Factory, Equipment at, 76* Drafting Machine (Mavitta Drafting Machines,
  • Ltd.), 30*
  • Perspective (F. Kuhlmann K.G.), 202*
  • — Practice, Simplified • (Review), 625. See
  • LETTER, 692
  • Dragline Bucket, 12-cub. yd. (Hadfields, Ltd.), 59*
  • Draught Gauge, Differential (G. Kent, Ltd.), 384*
  • Draughting Machine (Mavitta Drafting Machines, Ltd.), 30*
  • Perspective (F. Kuhlmann K.G.), 202*
  • — Practice, Simplified (Review), 625. See
  • LETTER, 692
  • Draw Benches for Seamless Tube Manufacture, 161*, 225*
  • Drawings, Engineering, Dimensioning of (Review), 676
  • — Office of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 713* Practice, Economy in, 625. See LETTER,
  • 692
  • Dressings, Surface, for Protecting Soil Formations, 793*
  • Drier, Compressed-Air (Birlec, Ltd.), 292* Drill Chuck. See Machine Tools
  • — and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Seed-Spacing, Agricultural (Stanhay (Ash
  • ford), Ltd.), 105*
  • Drive, Fitted Clutch, for Electric Motors (Marine Engineering Co. (Stockport), Ltd.), 183*
  • Driving Drum Conveyor, 59*. See Erratum, 240
  • Drop Forging, Titanium-Alloy, for Aircraft Propeller Blades, 373*
  • Drums, Boiler, Forged (T. Firth and J. Brown, Ltd.), 90*
  • Hollow-Forged (English Steel Corporation, Ltd.), 702*
  • — Electric Surface Heater for (Isopad, Ltd.),
  • 294*
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Drying Plant at Prestressed-Concrete Grain Silo at Dublin, 580*
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Axial-Flow Pump for Transformer Oil, 355*
  • Dublin North City Milling Co., Prestressed- Concrete Grain Silo at Dublin, 577*
  • Ductile Steels, Ltd., Planetary Hot-Rolling Mill for Steel Strip, 545*
  • Dumper, |-cub. yd. (Aveling-Barford, Ltd.), 652* I
  • Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Electro-Pneumatic Fuel Transfer System, 151*; Motor Lorry for Bulk Transport of Carbon Black, 429*
  • Durban, Congella Power Station, Electrostatic Precipitators at, 776
  • Durham University, King’s College, Newcastle- upon-Tyne, Appeal for, 306, 558
  • Dust from Cement Works, 266
  • — Coal, Explosions of. See Coal Dust See also Pulverised Coal
  • — Collector (Dallow, Lambert and Co., Ltd.),
  • 328*
  • — Extraction Plant at Sheffield Refuse-
  • Disposal Plant (Newton Collins, Ltd.), 634
  • Dyball, R. S., the Late, 718
  • “ Dyna ” Panhard Motor Car, 535*
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • EAGAN, R. E., LTD., Pre-Cast Reinforced-Concrete Portal Frames for Workshop, 93* Earl’s Court. See Exhibition
  • Earlsfield Diesel-Engine Factory, Peterborough of F. Perkins, Ltd., 12*
  • Earnings of Industry: Truth About Prices and
  • Profits (Review), 82
  • East Asiatic Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Samoa,” 217*
  • — Kilbride Aero-Engine Factory, 717* Engineering Laboratory, Work of, 209
  • — Pool Mine, Camborne, Cornwall, Pithead-
  • Gear Collapse at, 402
  • Easten, S., Ltd., Design and Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.; 713*
  • Eaton, Dr. F. J., on Smoke from Domestic
  • Fires and Industrial Furnaces, 497 Eborall, R., on Stretcher-Strain Markings in
  • Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys, 439
  • Economics, Industrial. See Labour Economy, Fuel. See Fuel Economy “ Ecrevisse ” Pulse Jet, 73*
  • Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., Driving Drum Conveyor, 59*. See Erratum, 240; Cast-Steel
  • Railway Crossing, 59*; Permanent Magnet, 91*
  • Edgecombe, J. E., the Late, 212
  • Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Museum, Annual Report, 83

Education:

  • Chemical Engineers, Training of, 401
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Insignia Award in Technology, 819
  • Coal Board, National, Apprentice Training Scheme, 627
  • Durham University, King’s College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Appeal for, 306, 558
  • Education, Ministry of, Report on Education in 1952, 19; Courses for Industrial Scientists and Technologists, 307
  • Electrical Engineering, Film Strips for Teaching, 83
  • Faraday House Old Students Association, Annual/Diner, 595
  • Glasgow University, Investigations of Combined Magnetisation of Magnetic Materials, 517, 697*, 731
  • Graduate Engineers, and Training for Management, 401
  • — Teachers of Mathematics and Science, Report, 754
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, Lectures on Analysers and Computers for Electrical Systems, 147; Researches on Solar Energy, 409*
  • King’s College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Appeal for, 306, 558
  • — George VI Memorial Fellowships, 435 Liverpool University, Webb’s Approximation of Sec 0 by Dr. T. A. S. Jackson, L. Rosenhead and T. Murphy, 298
  • Manchester University, Stress Analysis by Electronic Digital Computer, 230*, 277*; Electronic Computing Machine of, 343, 349
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Experiments in Nuclear Reaction, 275
  • Mechanical Engineers, Training of, 531, 533
  • National Coal Board, Apprentice Training Scheme, 627
  • Nottingham University, Stuart Lecture on Engine Research on Fuels and Lubricants, by Dr. O. G. Williams, 37*; Machines for Measuring Load and Deformation of Rubber, 196*; In- • vestigation on Bending of Simply- Supported Rectangular Plates, 308*, 358*
  • Old Centralians Association, Annual Dinner, 692
  • Oxford University, Conference on Young Worker: Education for Human
  • Relations, 660
  • Peterborough Technical College, Opening of, 504
  • Queen Mary College, London, Opening of Nuclear-Particle Laboratory, 91; Investigation of Pressure Rise in Spark- Ignition Engines, 135*
  • Railway Civil Engineering as a Career, Booklet on, 435
  • Royal Air Force Technical College, Henlow, Courses at, 435
  • — Military College of Science, Determination of Stresses in Curved Beam, 103*
  • — Society and Nuffield Foundation, Commonwealth Bursaries, 147
  • Teaching of Production Management in United States, 689. See Addenda, 813. See LETTER, 756
  • Technical College Education, Report on, 307
  • — Education and Industry, Recruitment of Engineers, 467
  • Technological Education, Conference on, 723
  • Training of Electrical Testers by British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 470
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., 40-ton Geared Inclinable Press, 256*; Saw-Sharpening and Gullet- ing Machine, 284*; Chain Mortiser Woodworking Machinery, 284*; Tin-Box Making Machinery, 460*
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler — of Engines. See Engines; Trials Ejector Seat, Lightweight, for Aircraft, 585

Electric:

  • Accumulator Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Trucks
  • Actuator, Linear, 24-Volt, Test Rig for (Tiltman Langley Laboratories, Ltd.), 797*
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo Anodes for Cathodic Protection, 650 Appliances, Domestic, Testing Laboratory for, 489*
  • Arc Furnaces. See Eurnace, Electric
  • — Suppression Equipment, Electronic, for Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 100*
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Battery Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers Association, Annual Dinner, 659
  • British Electrical Development Association, Testing Laboratory for Domestic Appliances, 489*
  • British Electricity Authority, Trials of Submarine Cables Between England and France, 31, 170*; Power
  • Stations on Tyne and Tees-side, 94; 275-kV Transmission System, 122*; Annual Report, 466; Uskmouth Power Station, 552*; Fireless Steam Locomotive, 608* ; Memorandum on Parallel Operation of Public and Private Electricity Systems, 626; The First Five Years of, 663; Unified Boiler Control at Trafford Power Station, 676*; 132-kV Three-Core
  • Cable Installation, 695; Hollow- Forged Boiler Drums for, 702*; Coal Storage at Hackney Power Station, 727*; Review of Work of, 827
  • Electric —continued.
  • Cable, Fire-Resisting (Pirelli-General Cable Works, Ltd.), 182
  • — High-Voltage, Mobile Van for Tests of (Crompton, Parkinson, Ltd.), 62*
  • — Installation, 132-kV Three-Core, 695
  • — Insulated, Specifications, 320
  • — Power, Their Design and Installation (Review), 4
  • — Standards, Commonwealth, Conference on, London, 190
  • — Submarine, and Commonwealth Tele- Communications, 602
  • — — For Power, Between England and
  • France, Trials of, 31, 170*
  • — — Telephone, Great Britain to America,
  • 755
  • — Works of W. T. Henley’s Telegraph Co., Ltd., 94
  • Cathode Assembly Machine for Fluorescent-Tube Manufacture, 389*
  • Circuits and Mechanical Oscillating
  • Systems, Analogy Between, 763*
  • Conductor Stringing; Rocket Aids for; 114
  • — for 275-kV Transmission System, 122* Converter, Rotarv (Electric Construction
  • Co., Ltd.), 276.* See 216*
  • Cord. Flexible, Insulated, Specifications,
  • 320
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Generator Electrical Engineering, Introductory: Circuits and Machines (Review), 740
  • — Equipment Export Trade, 594
  • — Installations, High-Voltage, Insulation of, 767
  • — Machines and Apparatus, Historical, Exhibition by Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., 466
  • — Systems, Analysers and Computers for,
  • 147
  • Electro-Magnetic Machines (Review), 771 Electronic Arc Suppression in Traction Rectifiers, 773
  • — Equipment and Apparatus Exhibition, Manchester; 183
  • Automatic Radar Meteorological Station, 300*
  • — Flame-Failure Devices, Operating Range of, 171
  • Electronics Exhibition, Manchester, 19,
  • 183
  • — Institution of, North Western Branch: Electronics Equipment Apparatus Exhibition, 19, 183
  • — of Switching of Telephone Calls,' 389,
  • 413*, 445*
  • Electroplating. See Electro French Electricity Authority, Trials of
  • Submarine Cables Between England and France, 31,170*
  • Frequency Allocation for Television, Report, 81
  • Frequencies for Broacasting and Television, 543, 573
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces Fuse-Links, Cartridge, for Use in Plugs,
  • Specification, 207
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo High-Voltage Equipment, Photo-Electric, Protection of, 648
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power. Plants
  • Insulation of High-Voltage Electrical Installations, 767
  • — Tester, “ Megger ” (Evershed and Vig- noles, Ltd.), 290
  • Lamp, Mercury-Vapour Discharge, for Photo-Printing, 547*
  • — 150-Watt, Mining, Pneumatic (Atlas
  • Diesel Co.), 643*
  • — for Public Lighting, 370
  • Lighting System of Design and Research
  • Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 714*
  • Lightning', Atmospheric Noise from, Investigations on, 241
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators; Motors; Turbo Mains. See Gables (above)
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, Electronic Arc- • Suppression Equipment for, 100* Rectifier, Grid-Controlled (Nevelin
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 321
  • Meter, Conductivity “ Sigmatest ” (Solus-
  • Schall, Ltd.), 293*
  • — Electricity, Legislation and Costs of, 786
  • — — Prepayment, Specification, 367 Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Networks, A.C., and Power Transmission
  • Lines (Review), 99
  • Oil Switch. See Switchgear
  • Oscillating Systems, Electrical Circuits and Mechanical, Analogy Between, 763*
  • Photo-Electric Protection of High-Voltage Equipment, W. T. Henley’s Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., 648
  • Protective System, Long-Range
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 637 Power. See Power
  • — Stations. See Power <S?£a£ions Railways. See Bailways Rays. See X-Rays
  • Rectifier Equipments, 1,000-kW, 660-
  • Volt, Surrey Docks Substation, 437* — Grid Controlled, 130-kW, for Unified
  • Boiler Control System, 676*
  • — Mercury-Arc, Electronic Arc-Suppression Equipment for, 100*
  • — — Arc Grid-Controlled (Nevelin Elec
  • tric Co., Ltd.),’321
  • — Traction, Electronic Arc Suppression in (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 773
  • Relay for Control of Reactive Power (Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd.), 671*
  • — Pneumatic Time-Delay (Electro Methods, Ltd.), 218*
  • — Protective and Auxiliary (English
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 768*
  • Electric—continwed.
  • Resistance Welding. See !FeZ<Zwi<7
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See RoZZiny Mills
  • Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric Steel Manufacture. See AfeZaZZwryy; and Furnace, Electric
  • Street Railways. See Tramways
  • Substation. See jSufrsza/ion
  • Switchgear. See Switchgear Motors, Electric
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Testers, Electrical, Training by British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 470
  • Traction. See LocomoZu’es, Electric; Railways; Tramways
  • Tramways See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers
  • Tubes; Fluorescent, Developments in (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 388*
  • Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators
  • Welding. See iTeZdiny
  • Winding Gear. See Winding,
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy; Radar;; Radio; Television
  • Wireless Telephony. See Telephony; Radar; Radio; Television
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electric Construction Co., Ltd., Rotary Converter, 276*. See 216*; Diesel- Driven Elec uric Generator 295*
  • Electric Furnace Co., Ltd., 10-cwt. Electric
  • Steel-Melting Furnace, 685*

Electrical Engineers, Institution of:

  • Summer Meeting; Tyne and Tees-Side, Visits and Excursions, 51, 93
  • Awards of Premiums, 70
  • Election of Officers and Council, 73 Presidential Address by H. Bishop on British Broadcasting Service, 543, 573. See 499
  • Insulation of High-Voltage Electrical Installations, by J. S. Cliff, 767
  • Technical Arrangements for Sound and Television Broadcasts of Coronation Ceremonies, by W. S. Procter, M. J. L. Pulling and F. Williams, 775
  • Measurements Section:
  • Influence of Legislation on Costs of Metering, by S. Howarth, 786
  • Radio Section:
  • Commonwealth Telecommunications, by J. A- Smale, 602
  • Loud-Speaker Systems: Recent Trends in Design, by Major A. E. Falkus, 760 Supply Section:
  • Summer Meeting in South Wales, 467
  • Theory and Operation of Electrostatic Precipitators for Use on Pulverised- Fuel Boilers, by N. Troost, 776
  • Utilisation Section:
  • Men and Materials, by B. L. Metcalf, 562 Wear of Carbon Brushes at High Altitudes, by R. F. Sims, 726
  • Electrical Engineers, Supervising, Association of. / See Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of
  • — Engineering, Introductory: Circuits and
  • Machines (Review), 740
  • — Manufacturers, 1875-1900 (Review), 484 Electro Mechanical Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
  • Fused Switchgear for Oilfield Work, 291*
  • Electro Methods, Ltd., Pneumatic Time-Delay Relay, 218*
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Electronic Arc Suppression in Traction Rectifiers, 773
  • — Equipment and Apparatus Exhibition,
  • Manchester, 19,183
  • Automatic Radar Meteorological Station, 300*
  • — Flame-Failure Devices, Operating Range of,
  • 171
  • Electronics Exhibition, Manchester, 19, 183
  • — Institution of, North Western Branch:
  • Electronics Equipment and Apparatus Exhibition, 19, 183
  • — of Switching of Telephone Calls, 389, 413*,
  • 445*
  • Electroplate, Nickel and Chromium, Specification, 829
  • Electroplating, Nickel Anodes and Nickel Salts for, Specification, 829
  • — Thickness Measurement by Radioactive
  • Materials, 157
  • Electrostatic Precipitators’, Congella Power Station, 776
  • Electrotechnical Commission, International, Yugoslav Meeting, 211
  • Elevator, Portable (A. B. Blanch and Co., Ltd.), 85*
  • Petrol-Driven, for Building Materials (M. B. Wild and Co., Ltd.), 189
  • — for Prestressed-concrete Grain Silo at
  • Dublin, 580*
  • Elliot, D. G., on Aluminium as Structural
  • Material, 179
  • Ellison, G., Ltd., Totally-Enclosed Rotor Starters for Electric Motors, 328*; Two- Way Hydraulic Valve, 328*
  • Embankment for Blithfield Reservoir, 598*
  • — Fenny Compton, Tool for Deep-Level
  • Grouting, 779*
  • — for Lindley High-Speed Test Track, 747 Emery Wheels. See Grinling under MacMne
  • TooZs
  • Employees. See La&our
  • Employment. See Lafiour
  • Endurance Tests. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials')
  • Enfield Cables, Ltd., Exhibition of Wind- Power Equipment, 33*
  • Engel, F. V. A., on Problems of Fluid-Flow Measuring Devices, 6*, 35*. See LETTER, \ 244*
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • Engines, Beam, Rotative, and Cornish Pumping (Review), 581
  • — Diesel: See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion; Motorships
  • — Fire. See Fire
  • — Gas, Pressure-Charged (National Gas and Oil
  • Engine Co., Ltd.), 748*
  • 2f-b.h.p. Single-Cylinder, Tangyes, Ltd., 215*
  • —;— See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Heat, Thermodynamics Applied to (Re
  • view), 771
  • — Internal-Combustion, Analysis of Noise
  • from, 692
  • — — Combustion, Dual-Fuel (English Electric
  • Co., Ltd.), .136
  • — '•— Combustion, Exhaust Turbo-Extractor
  • for (Wade Engineering, Ltd.), 358*
  • Combustion, Research Association, Brit-
  • • ish, Luncheon, 83; Work of, 607*
  • Combustion, Spark-Ignition, Investigation of Pressure Rise in, 135*
  • Combustion. See also Turbines, Gas
  • — Locomotive. See LocomoZwe
  • — Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Diesel, 33-h.p. (Bolinder’s Co., Ltd.),
  • 260*
  • — — Diesel, Automatic-Control Equipment
  • for (Mirrlees, Bickerton and Dav, Ltd.), 235*
  • Diesel, 1,100-b.h.p. Dual-Fuel (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Diesel, 1,850-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 394*'
  • Diesel, 306-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder (National Gas and Oil Engine Co.. Ltd.), 323*
  • Diesel, 80-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Petters, Ltd.), 813*
  • Diesel,. 110-b.h.p. Five-Cylinder (J. and H. McLaren, Ltd.), 323*
  • Diesel, 250-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (Cross- ley Brothers, Ltd.), 289*
  • —5 — Diesel, Fuel and Lubricant Research with, 37*
  • Diesel, Marine, 90-b.h.p. (J. I. Thorny- croft and Co., Ltd.), 301*
  • — — Diesel, Marine, 440-s.h.p. (H. Widdup &
  • Co., Ltd.), 321*
  • Diesel, Marine, 32 • 5-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 327*
  • Diesel, Marine, Four-Cylinder Doxford, M.S. “ Pavia,” 92*
  • Diesel, Marine, 30-h.p. Four-Cylinder (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 261*
  • -— — Diesel, Marine, 1,600-b.h.p. Model of (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 357*
  • Diesel, Marine, 8,700-b.h.p. Seven- Cylinder, Burmeister and Wain, 217*
  • — Diesel, Marine, 670-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder
  • (Crossley Brothers, Ltd.), 289*
  • Diesel, Marine, 3,000-s.h.p. Ten-Cylinder (Gotaverken A/B), 251*
  • Diesel, Motor-Car, Developments in, 588* Diesel, Paxman, 12-Cylinder, 625-h.p.
  • for Locomotive, 651
  • — — Diesel, 11 • 3-litre “ Power Pack ”
  • (A.E.C., Ltd.), 353*
  • —- — Diesel, 190-b.h.p. “ Power Pack ”
  • (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 265*
  • Diesel, 60-h.p. “ Power Pack ” (Sentinel (Shrewsbury), Ltd.), 392*
  • Diesel, Production by F. Perkins, Ltd., 12*, 787
  • Diesel, 35-b.h.p. Single-Cylinder M.A.N., 216*
  • Diesel, 24-h.p. Single-Cylinder Petter, 213*
  • -— — Diesel, 2 • 5-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Petters, Ltd.), 87*
  • — — Diesel, 8-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Russell,
  • Newbery and Co., Ltd.), 95*
  • — — Diesel, 150-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Bolinder’s
  • Co., Ltd.), 260
  • Diesel, 600-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (British Polar Engines, Ltd.), 391*
  • — — Diesel, 250-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Davey,
  • Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • — — Diesel, 588-kVA Six-Cylinder, for Alter
  • nator Set (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 257*
  • Diesel, 52-h.p. Three-Cylinder (W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • — — Diesel, 800-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder (Davey
  • Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 324*
  • Diesel, 500 h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Davey Paxman, for Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 139.* See Addendum, 212
  • — — Diesel, 1,500-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder, for
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 172*
  • — — Diesel, 1,500-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder
  • (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Diesel, 1,125-b.h.p. Twelve-Cylinder
  • (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 262*
  • Diesel, 14/20-h.p. Twin-Cylinder (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 328*
  • Diesel, 16-h.p. Two-Cylinder (Bamfords, Ltd.), 44*
  • Diesel. See also Motorships; Marine Propulsion; Diesel Engine Users Association '
  • 3-56-b.h.p., Hornsby-Akroyd (R. Hornsby and Sons, Ltd.), 215*
  • — — Marine, 60-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Petters,
  • Ltd.), 357*
  • — — Marine, Twelve-Cylinder, 300 h.p.
  • (Fodens, Ltd.), 289*
  • Motor Starter for (C.A.V., Ltd.), 791* 11-3-litre “ Power Pack ” (A.E.C., Ltd.), 353*
  • 190-b.h.p. “ Power Pack ” (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 265*
  • 60-h.p. “ Power Pack ” (Sentinel (Shrewsbury) Ltd.), 392*
  • Protection Units for (Teddington Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 393*
  • — — Starter for (C.A.V., Ltd.), 325*
  • — — Two-Stroke, for Automobiles, Tests of,
  • 385*, 419*. See Erratum, 519
  • Two-Stroke, 12-h.p., for Motor Cars, 663* See also TracZors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Old, Preservation of, 371. See LETTER,
  • Engines, Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics 16/30-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 327*
  • Fuel and Lubricant Research with, 37* Industrial, 190-h.p. V.8 Coventry Climax, 589*
  • Motor-Car, Developments in, 529, 534*, 565*, 587*
  • Motor Car, “ Dyna Panhard,” 535* Motor-Car, 38-h.p., Lancia “ Appia,” 565*
  • Pressure Rise in, Stroboscopic Apparatus for Investigation of, 135*
  • li-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd.), 32*
  • See also Aeronautics; Motor Cars
  • — Pumping, Beam, of Metropolitan Water
  • Board, Dismantling of, 501*
  • — — Cornish, and Rotative Beam Engines
  • (Review), 581
  • — Steam, Beam, Butterley, 500*. See LET
  • TER, 371
  • Beam, at Birmingham Museum of Science and Industry, 214*
  • Cornish, in Cornwall, 339*, 371
  • 77-h.p. High-Speed (Alley and MacLellan, Ltd.), 326
  •  ? Marine, 1,450-i.h.p. Triple-Expansion,
  • S.S. “ Vigilant,” 158
  • — — Marine, See also Marine Propulsion;
  • Turbines
  • Vertical Compound, Beiliss and Morcom, Ltd., 215*
  • — Vaporising-Oil 43-h.p. Four-Cylinder (Nuf
  • field Organisation), 22*
  • — Winding. See Winding
  • —t See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Engineer Role as Administrator, 401
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — Production, Institution of. See Production
  • — and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of,
  • Presidential Address by Sir W. Wallace on Survival at Sea, 458. See 465. See LETTER, 532; James Watt Dinner, 531 Engineering Apprentices. See Education;- Labour
  • — Centre, Birmingham, Plans for, 429
  • — Contracts. See Contracts; Legal
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Exhibits, Birmingham Museum of Science
  • and Industry, 214*. See LETTER, 276*
  • — Industries of Sheffield, 50, 57*. See
  • Erratum, 240
  • — Laboratories. See Laboratories; National
  • Physical
  • — Materials, Technology of (Review), 387
  • — in Next Two Thousand Years, 343, 381
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Standards. See Standards Institution
  • — and Western Civilisation (Review), 195
  • — Works. See Works
  • England and France, Trials of Submarine Power Cable Between, 31,170*
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., Stafford and Preston Works for, 19; 1,100-h.p. Dual-Fuel
  • Engines, 136; 1,500-h.p. Diesel Engine and Generator for Locomotive, 172*; Motor for Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363*. See LETTER, 436*; 1,100-
  • b.h.p. Dual-Fuel Diesel Engine, 354*; 1,500 h.p. Diesel-Electric Traction Set, 354*; 50-Cycle Single-Phase Electrification, Lancaster - Morecambe - Heysham Line, 459*; Plants for Portuguese Hydro- Electric Schemes, 660*; Protective and Auxiliary Relays, 768*
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Significance of Izod Test in Gear Design, 166*; Large Universal Boring Machine, 449*; Production of Hollow-Forged Boiler Drums, 702*
  • Enthalpy-Entropy Diagrams for Gas Turbines (Review), 484
  • Epicyclic Gears, Calculation of Velocity Ratios of, 198*
  • — Gearbox Without Clutch Pedal (Leyland
  • Motors, Ltd.), 694*
  • Equipment and Engineering Co., Ltd., Ultrasonic Flaw Detector for Rails, 11*. See Addendum, 412
  • “ Escopette ” Pulse Jet, 73*
  • Essex, Basildon, Experiments on Dressings for Soil Road at, 793
  • Etablissement C.D., Mobile Sawmill, 776*
  • Ethyl Silicate for Foundry Use (Monsanto Chemicals, Ltd.), 239
  • Europe, Coal Position in, Report on, 1952-53, 146
  • — District Heating in, 473*
  • — Oil Refining in, Report on, 210
  • — Steel Statistics for, Quarterly Bulletin, 510 European Economic Co-operation Organisation, Report on Coal Position in Europe, 146; Report on Oil Refining in Europe, 210; Report on Mechanical Handling Equipment in United States, 369
  • — Inter-National Rivers, Electric Develop
  • ment on, 141
  • — Organisation for Nuclear Research, Estab
  • lishment of, 179
  • — Water Power, Report on, 178
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under AfetaZZun/y Evans, A. D., the Late, 782
  • Evaporating Plant, Sextuple-Effect, Model of (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 395*
  • Eve, J. L., Construction Co., Ltd., 275-kV Transmission System, 122*
  • Eyershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Electrical Equipment for Testing Frame for Ships’ Structures, 115*; Miniature Recorder for Process Control, 290*; "Megger” Insulation Tester, 290
  • Ewbank and Partners, Development of London Airport, 397*
  • Excavator, lj-cub. yd. Diesel-Driven (Newton Chambers and Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • — Trench Digging Machine, “ Cheshire,”
  • Petrol-Driven (Salopian Engineers, Ltd.), 106*
  • Excelsior Motor Co., Ltd., lj-h.p. Petrol- Engined Motor Truck, 32*
  • Exchanger, Heat, for 5,400-b.h.p. Marine Gas Turbine, 673*
  • -r Tubular, Specification, 829
  • Exhibition, Agricultural, Machinery and Smithfield Show, 745*, 700*, 810*
  • — Aircraft, and Flying Display, Farnborough,
  • 307, 330*, 374*, 404*
  • — — Paris Air Salon, 19, 42*, 50, 73*
  • — Aluminium Building Construction, 120
  • — British Industries Fair, Report on Future
  • of, 721
  • — Building Trades, Olympia, 652*, 727*
  • — Chemical Plant, Olympia, 11, 21, ? 237*,
  • 257*, 289* (See Erratum, 361), 321*, 353*, 391*
  • — and Conferences, Forthcoming, 151, 279,
  • 407, 567, 695, 823
  • Fuel Efficiency, Manchester, 691
  • — Cycle and Motor Cycle, Earl’s Court, 659
  • — Electronic Equipment and Apparatus,
  • Manchester, 19,183
  • — Engineering, Marine and Welding, Olympia,
  • 11,21,237*, 257* 289* (SeeErratum, 361), 321*, 353*, 391*
  • Welsh Industries Fair, 412*
  • — Historic Electrical Machines and Apparatus,
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., 466
  • — “ Model Engineer,” 275
  • — Motor Car, International, Earl’s Court,
  • Engineering Developments at, 529, 534*, 565*, 587*
  • — Platinum Metals, 269, 461, 614
  • — Radio and Television, National, 338
  • — Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Black
  • pool, 22*, 44*, 85*, 105*
  • — Sheffield, Hardness-Testing Equipment,
  • Programme, 314
  • — Wind-Power Equipment, Enfield Cables,
  • Ltd., 33*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Experimental Tank. See 7’anfc
  • Explosive, Blasting, Manufacture in India, 627 Explosions, Colliery. See Accidents
  • Export Trade. See Trade; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • FACTS, Files and Action in Business and Public Affairs (Review), 484
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Act, 1937, Duty to Fence Dangerous Machinery, 615
  • — Acton, Ice-Cream, of T. Wall and Sons, Ltd., 502*
  • — Aero-Engine, East Kilbride, 717*
  • — Annfleld Plain, Ransome and Maries Bearing
  • Co., Ltd., 467, 555
  • — Buildings of Tubular Construction (Tube-
  • wrights, Ltd.), 617*
  • —- Employment of Women. See Labour
  • — Fallings Park, of Guy Motors, Ltd., Ex ten
  • sion to, 108*
  • — Heating, Investigations on, 422
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Nylon, Control of Air Conditioning in, 62
  • — Switchgear, Loughborough, Brush Elec
  • trical Engineering Co., Ltd., 569*
  • — Yeast, Dovercourt, Equipment at, 76*
  • — See also Works
  • Fair, Trade. See Exhibition
  • Fairhurst, H. S., and Son, Tank Factory, Ley- land, Lancashire, 630*
  • Fairweather, H., and Co., Ltd., Reinforced-con- crete Workshop, 93*
  • Falkus, Major A. E., on Trends in Loudspeaker
  • Design, 760
  • Fallings Park Factory of Guy Motors, Ltd., Extension to, 108*
  • Fan, Axial, with External Motor (Keith
  • Blackman, Ltd.), 395*
  • Faraday House Old Students Association,
  • Annual Dinner, 595
  • “ Farfadet ” Convertible Helicopter, 75* Farming. See Mg'ricwZZwre; Tractors Farnborough Aerodrome, Aircraft Exhibition
  • and Flying Display, 307, 330*, 374*, 404*
  • Farthing, V. L., on Research and Production in Engineering, 594
  • Fasteners, Panel, “ Vibrex ” (Silentbloc, Ltd.), 827*
  • — Wire-Rope, Dynamic Testing of (E. H.
  • Bentall and Co., Ltd.), 734*
  • Fatigue Life of Aircraft Structures, 423
  • — in Materials, Investigations on, 209
  • — Tests of Metals. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Fawssett, E., the Late, 110
  • Federation of British Industries, Memorandum on Parallel Operation of Public and Private Electricity Systems, 626
  • Feed Water Softener. See Water
  • Feeder for Hydraulic Transport of Coal, 296* Female Labour. See Labour and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Fence, Snow, on Roads, Experiment’s on, 178 Fencing of Dangerous Machinery, Legal Decisions on, 615
  • Fenny Compton Embankment, Tool for Deep-
  • Level Grouting, 779*
  • Fens, The, and Vermuyden (Review), 706 Fenwick, W. O., the Late, 308
  • Ferguson, H., Ltd., Tractor-Mounted Disc Terracer, 23*; Heavy-Duty Disc Harrow, 23*; Combined Seeder and Cultivator 86*; Tractor-Mounted Crane, 87*
  • Ferguson, J. M., on Tests of Launching Greases, 468
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 11-kV Outdoor Fuse- Switch for Ring Mains, 96*
  • Fermentation Plant at Dovercourt Yeast Factory, 77*
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Airstream Direction Detector. 480*; Side-Register Control ^Equipment for Reeling Sheet Material, 669*
  • Ferro-Concrete. See Concrete, Reinforced and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Fiat Diesel Engine for Motor Cars, 588* Fiennes, M. A., on Engineering Industries of
  • Sheffield, 57*. See 50. See Erratum, 240 Fife, R. B., the Late, 558
  • Files, Examples of (J. Bedford and Sons, Ltd.), 57*
  • — Facts and Action in Business and Public
  • Affairs (Review), 484
  • Filter, Dual-Type (Zwicky, Ltd.), 324
  • — Graded, Use in Construction of Borehole,
  • 821
  • — Unit, Pipeline (Doulton and Co., Ltd.), 327* for Transformer Oil (Stream-Line
  • Filters, Ltd.), 395*
  • — Vacuum, Rotary, with String Discharge
  • (Stockdale Engineering Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • Findlay, A., and Co., Ltd., Design and Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 713*
  • Finney Presses, Ltd., 50-ton Press with Pneumatic-Hydraulic Accumulator, 291*. See Erratum, 361
  • Fire Armour, Ltd., Demonstration of Extinguishing Oil Fires by Fog Nozzles, 671*. See LETTER, 787
  • — Detectors for Aircraft Engines (Graviner
  • Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 576*
  • — Domestic, and Atmospheric Pollution, 747
  • Smoke from, 497
  • — Oil, Extinguishing by Fog Nozzles, Demon
  • stration of, 671*. See LETTER, 787
  • — Prevention under London Transport
  • Escalators, 822
  • — Research Organisation, Joint, Exhibits at
  • Building Exhibition, 727
  • Station, Annual Report, 83
  • .— Resistance of Prestressed Concrete, 490 Firedamp Explosions. See Accidents
  • Firing Unit, Waste-Oil (Kamel Products, Ltd.), 640*
  • Firth Brown Tools, Ltd., Hardening of Saw Segments, 91*
  • Firth-Derihon Stampings, Ltd., Turbine Blades for Jet Engines, 91*
  • Firth Sterling Steel and Carbide Corporation of Pittsburg, Electrical Process for Cutting Hard Metals, 690
  • Firth, T., and J. Brown, Ltd., Steel-Making Electric Furnace, 90* ; Forged Boiler Drums, 90*
  • Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., “ Centri- spun” Steel Castings, 91* ; Shepcote Lane Plant of, 332*, 362*. See LETTER, 436*
  • Fischer-Tropsch Process, Developments in, 296, 297
  • Fishwick, Dr. W., on Vibrations of Machine- Tool Structures, 707*
  • Fits and Limits, New British Standard System of, 817
  • Fitting of Shafts in Holes. See Gauges
  • — and Valves, Design of (Review), 134
  • Fitton, G., on Utilisation Factor in Public Lighting, 370
  • Five Mile Creek, Wyoming, Sediment Problems in, 3*
  • Flame-Failure Devices, Electronic, Operating Range of, 171
  • — Radiation and Heat Transfer in Open-
  • Hearth Furnaces, 725, 744
  • Research, International, at Ijmuiden, 488, 555*
  • — Their Structure, Radiation and Tempera
  • ture (Review), 418
  • Flaw Detector, Magnetic, Minchom-Sempun (R.P.R. Patents, Ltd.), 736*
  • for Rails, Ultrasonic (Branson Instruments, Inc.), 11*. See Addendum, 412 Fleet. See WarsAips
  • " Fleuret ” Twin-Jet Training Aircraft, 43* Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Float, Power, for Concrete Floors (Columbus- Dixon Organisation, Ltd.), 652*
  • “ Floater ” Magnetic, for Separating Ferrous Sheets (J. Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd.), 58* Floating Dock. See Doede
  • Flood- Warning System for East Coast, 211
  • Flooding, Coastal, Committee on, Interim B-pnort of 211
  • Floor-Cleaning Machine, Battery-Driven (S. R. Cowlard, Ltd.), 831*
  • — Concrete, Power Float for (Columbus-
  • Dixon Organisation, Ltd.), 652*
  • — and Roofs, Concrete, Supports for Shutter
  • ing for (Blaw Knox, Ltd.), 447*
  • Flooring, Timber, for Aluminium-Alloy Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen (Acme Flooring and Paving (1904), Ltd.), 481*
  • Flow of Air Masses, Control Valves for, 705*
  • — Compressible, Through Venturi Meter,
  • Calculation of, 147
  • — Diagrams of Chemical and Petroleum Plant,
  • Symbols on, Specification, 798
  • — Fluid, Measuring Devices, Problems of,
  • 6*, 35*. See LETTER,,’244*
  • — Meters, Electromagnetic (Tobi, N.V.), 542* Mercurial (G. Kent, Ltd.), 702
  • Floyd, on Structure of Nickel-Rich Allots, 541 Flue Gases, Sulphur Removal from, 145 Fluid-Flow Measuring Devices, Problems of, 6*, 35*. See LETTER, 244*
  • — Friction. See Hydrodynamics
  • — Mechanics and Combustion Research
  • Laboratory, of Brown, Boveri and Co., Ltd., 609*
  • Fluidrive Engineering Co., Ltd., Fluid Clutch for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 482*
  • Fluorescent Tubes, Developments in (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 388*
  • Fluoroscope, Daylight, Portable (Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 573*
  • Fluoroscopy Unit, Mobile (Solus-Schall, Ltd.), 293*
  • Flushing, “ de Schelde ” Shipyard, Use of Marking-Off Methods at, 486, 571*
  • Flying Boats. See Aeronautics
  • Fodens Ltd., 60-kW Diesel-Driven Generator Set, 289* ; Twelve-Cylinder 300-h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 289* ; Tests, 100- b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 290
  • Fogs and Atmospheric Pollution, 747
  • — London, of December, 1952, Effects of, 497
  • — Nozzles for Extinguishing Oil Fires, 671*.
  • See LETTER, 787
  • Footplate Philosophy and Locomotive Driving, 433
  • Forage Harvester (Silorators, Ltd.), 44*
  • Forbes, W. D., on Air Conditioning Control, 61
  • Ford, Prof. H., on Stepped-Strain Curve of Aluminium Alloys, 438
  • Ford, J., the Late, 526
  • Ford " Prefect ” Motor Car, 534*
  • Fords (Finsbury), Ltd., Vial Capper and Spinner, 356*
  • Forest Products Research Board, Annual Report, 337
  • Forestry, Mechanical Equipment for (D. Brown Tractors (Engineering), Ltd.), 826*
  • Forging, Drop. See Drop Forging
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • — and Rods, Aluminium-Bronze, Speciflca-
  • cation, 768
  • Form and Function in Architecture and Engineering, 722
  • Forsyth, A. G., on Power Plants for Rotary Wing Aircraft, 454*
  • Fort Sumner Dam, New Mexico, Degradation of, 4*
  • “ Foseco Foundry Developments,” New House Journal, 371
  • Foster Transformers, Ltd., Wimbledon and Leatherhead Factories of, 471*
  • Fouga and Co., "Magister.” Twin-Jet Training Aircraft, 42*
  • Foundation of Design and Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 713*
  • — of Machine Tools, Effect on Vibrations, 707*
  • — for Prestressed-Concrete Grain Silo at
  • Dublin, 580*
  • — and Trusts (Review), 227
  • — for Uskmouth Power Station, 552* Foundrv, Centrifugal Casting, of Millspaugh,
  • Ltd., 594, 629*
  • —- Die-Casting, of Non-Ferrous Die Casting Co., Ltd., Reorganisation of, 185*
  • Foundry Equipment, Ltd., Sand Drying and Filling Plant for Pipe Bending, 313*
  • — Ethyl Silicate for Use in, 239
  • — Iron, Hot-Metal Receivers for (Monometer
  • Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 27*
  • and Steel, Regulations, 1953, 499
  • — Practice, Investigations on, 586
  • Foundry Services, Ltd., “ Foseco Foundry Developments,” Publication of, 371
  • — Techniques, Developments in, 222
  • — Use of Shell Moulding Process in, 251, 285
  • — Work. See also Die Casting
  • — See also Castings ; Moulding
  • Foundrymen, Institute of British. See British Fox, S. and Co., Ltd., Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 332*, 362*. See LETTER, 436* Fractionating Columns, Distillation Tray for (W. J. Fraser and Co., Ltd.), 325*
  • Fracture, Brittle, of Iron Alloys, 772 of Steel, Glasgow Conference on, 70, 187, 220. See 639
  • Frame, Rigid, Analysis by Electronic Digital Computer, 230*, 277*
  • France and England, Trials of Submarine Power Cable Between, 31, 170*
  • — See also French
  • Francis, M., on Cost of Automatic Train Control, 147. See 49, 53
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Frankau, A. M., on Water-Cooling of Open- Hearth Furnace, 772
  • Fraser, D., on Aircraft De-Icing by Thermal Methods, 424
  • Fraser <fc Fraser, Ltd., Triple-Pass Vertical Boiler, 318*
  • Fraser, J. J., the Late, 170
  • Fraser, W. J., and Co., Ltd., Ultrasonic Examination of Welds, 211 ; Distillation Tray for Fractionating Columns, 325*
  • Freeman, Fox and Partners, Testing Frame for Ships’ Structures, 115*
  • Freeman, R., on High-Speed Track for Motor Vehicles, 747
  • French Aircraft and Aircraft Industry, 19, 42*, 50, 73*
  • — Electricity Authority, Trials of Submarine
  • Cables Between England and France, 31 170*
  • — Power Resources and Their Utilisation, 619
  • — See also France
  • Frequency Allocation for Television, Report; 81 Friction Linings, Bonding Process for (T.
  • Broadbent and Sons, Ltd.), 583
  • Friese-Greene, G. H., on W. H. Wallaston, 1766-1828, 614*., See 269, 461
  • Front Suspension of Ford Cars,- 534*
  • Frost, N. E., on Equipment for Compression- Creep Tests, 28*
  • Fryma Machinery Co., Ltd., High-Speed Milling and Grease-Producing Plant, 253*
  • Fuel, Alternative, for British Power Stations, 828
  • — Conservation, Productivity Report oh, 338
  • — Consumption, 5,400-b.h.p. Marine Gas
  • Turbine, 676*
  • - 3,500-h.p. Pametrada Marine Gas Turbine, 493*
  • of Pressure-Charged Gas Engines, 748* —- Economy and Back-Pressure Steam Plant, Government Survey, 28
  • — — and District Heating, 422, 473*, 507*
  • — Efficiency Exhibition and Conference,
  • Manchester, 691
  • Organisation, Industrial, Proposed, Report on, 29
  • — Institute of, French Power Resources and
  • Their Utilisation, by J. Couture, 619 ; Conservation of Nation’s Fuel and Power Resources, by Dr. F. M. H. Taylor, 735 ; North-Western Section : Air Pollution and the Law, by A. Marsh, 787
  • — Liquid, Atomisation of (Review), 803 See also Oil Fuel
  • — Luncheon'Club, Fuel and Productivity, by
  • Dr. A. Parker, 618
  • — Motor. See also Gas; Motor; Paraffin;Petrol
  • — Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • Fuel and Power, Ministry of, Questionnaire on Back-Pressure Steam Plant, 28 ; Report on Proposed Industrial Fuel Efficiency Organisation, 29 ; Report on Economy in Construction of Power Stations, 498 ; Formation of National Industrial Fuel Efficiency Service, 562 ; Research on Safety in Mines, Annual Report, 626; Statistical Digest of, 755
  • Fuel and Power, Resources, Britain’s, Conservation of, 735
  • — Production and Utilisation in France, 619
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 145
  • Station, Fischer-Tropsch Experimental Plant, 296, 297
  • — Smokeless, Availability and Distribution of,
  • 498
  • — Supply Unit for 1,500-h.p. Diesel-Electric
  • Locomotive, 172*
  • — Transfer System, Electro-Pneumatic
  • (Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.), 151*
  • — Utilisation and National Prosperity, 618
  • — See also Coal; Oil; Gas; Pulverised Coal Fulham-Simon Carves Process for Sulphur
  • Removal from Flue Gas, 145
  • “ Fullway ” Accelerator Pump, 287*
  • Fume Extractor, Portable (Keith, Blackman, Ltd.), 290*
  • Function and Form in Architecture and Engineering, 722
  • Fund, “ Revolving,” for Industry, 243 Furnace, Annealing, for Seamless Tube Manufacture, 164*, 226
  • — Blast, Pneumo-Hydraulic Control of Blow
  • ers for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 761* Practice, Steelmaking Related to, 701 Researches on Plant and Equipment, 116 Slag Cement Plant at Cluanie Dam, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • — Boiler. See Stoker
  • — Electric, Heat Treatment, for Seamless
  • Tube Manufacture, 164*
  • Steel-Making (T. Firth and J. Brown, Ltd.), 90*
  • Steel Melting, 10-cwt., Electric-Arc (Electric Furnace Co., Ltd.), 685*
  • — for Flame-Radiation Research, Ijmuiden,
  • 555*
  • — Gas-Fired, Low-Pressure for Die-Casting,
  • 185*
  • Fired, for Pipe Bending and Fabrication , (Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd.), 313*
  • Fired, Portable, for Pipe Fabrication (Radiant Heating, Ltd.), 313*
  • Fired, Slab-Heating at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363
  • Fired, Stress-Relieving, for Pipe Fabrication (Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd.), 313*
  • — Industrial, Smoke from, 497
  • — Melting, Vacuum, induction (Allifor Trad
  • ing Co., Ltd.), 685*
  • — Linings, Ethyl Silicate for Use as Bond, in,
  • 239
  • — Melting, Steel, 10-cwt. Electric-Arc (Elec
  • tric Furnace Co., Ltd.), 685*
  • — Oil-Fired, for Steel Strip Manufacture, Ductile Steels, Ltd., 545*
  • Fired Rotary Tilting, Millspaugh Centrifugal-Casting Foundry, 594, 629*
  • — Open-Hearth and Bessemer Process, Rela
  • tive Costs, 701
  • Hearth, Emissivity, Flame Radiation and Heat Transfer in, 725, 744
  • Hearth, Water Cooling of, 772
  • — See also Cupolas
  • Fusarc, Ltd., Manual Continuous Welding Machine, 294*
  • Fuse-Links, Cartridge, for Use in Plugs, Specification, 207
  • GALBRAITH, LIEUT.-COL. R. F., on Developments in Structural Engineering, 501
  • Gale, W. K. V., on Cornish Engine in Cornwall, 339*, 371
  • Galvanising Bath, Hot, 180-kW and 275-kW (Major Electric Furnace Pty., Ltd.), 638*
  • Garage, Stockwell, London Transport Executive, 703*
  • Gardner, C. A., the Late, 590
  • Garoche, B., on Unit Loads and Palletisation, 522
  • Garrett Corporation, Air-Turbine Accessory Drives for Aircraft, 777
  • Gas Council, Report on Operating Range of Electronic Flame-Failure Devices, 171 ; Report on Pipe Bending and Fabrication Shop, 313* ; Annual Report, 586
  • — Engine. See Engine, Gas .
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Flames, Length of, in Open-Hearth
  • Furnace, 725, 744
  • — Flue, Sulphur Removal from, 145
  • — and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — Inert, Generator for (W. C. Holmes and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 149*
  • — Main, Cathodic Protection of, 650
  • — Production in France, 619
  • — Turbine. See Turbine
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Oxygen, etc. . Gaseous Explosions. See Accidents
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol ; Aeronautics
  • Gasworks, Birkenhead, Stockpiling and Loading Equipment, 822*
  • Gateshead Works of Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 95
  • Gatwick Airport, Government Scheme for, 139 Gauge, Draught, Differential (G. Kent, Ltd.), 384*
  • — Pressure, Plunger (Bryce Burger, Ltd.),
  • 670*. See Addendum, 736
  • — Slip, Interferometer for Measuring, 757*
  • — Strain, Electrical-Resistance, Use on Con
  • crete Structures, 487
  • Vibrating-Wire, for Long-Term Tests on Structures, 153*
  • — Vacuum, Sensitive, Guarding Valve for
  • (Pametrada), 297*
  • Gauld, G. A., on Tunnels for Machkund Hydro-Electric Scheme, 683
  • Gauldie, K., on Performance of Jaw Crushers, 456*, 485*
  • “ Gay Jane,” Motor Fishing Cruiser (Albatross Marine, Ltd.), 777*
  • Gear-Cutting Machines. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • — Design and Performance, Significance of
  • Izod Test on, 166*
  • — ^Epicyclic, Calculation of Velocity Ratios
  • of, 198*
  • Gearbox without Clutch Pedal (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 694*
  • — Lubrication of, 627, 632. See LETTER, 692
  • — Speed-Reducation, Heliocentric (Sanderson
  • Bros. and Newbould, Ltd.), 59*
  • — Steering. See Steering
  • — Variable-Speed, and Pulley Drives (Bourdon
  • Tools, Ltd.), 829*
  • Gearbox (A. Wiseman and Co., Ltd.), 356*
  • — Drive for Baling Machine, 746*
  • — Epicyclic, for Motor Vehicles, without
  • Clutch Pedal (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 694*
  • — Five-Speed Constant-Mesh (D. Brown &
  • Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 191*
  • — Worm Reduction (Motor Gear and Engi
  • neering Co., Ltd.), 291*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gearing for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen (Crofts (Engineers), Ltd.), 482*
  • — Reduction, Marine, Investigations on
  • Defects in, 628
  • — Reduction, for 5,400-b.h.p. Marine Gas
  • Turbine, 673*
  • — Research Association, Admiralty-Vickers,
  • Significance of Izod Test in Gear Design, 166*
  • Gem Stones, Production Methods for (Review), 676
  • GEM A Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H., Hydraulic Copying Attachment for Lathe, 235*
  • General Electric Co., American, Schenectady, . 1,600-h.p. Variable-Gauge Diesel-Electric ' Locomotive, 233* ; 75th Anniversary of Firm, 563
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Electric In-Silo Grain Dryer, 85* ; Lemington Glass Works of, 94 ; High-Frequency Induction Bar-Hardening Machine, 121* ; Point- Contact Germanium Triode, 126* ; Receivers for Broadcast Monitoring Service, 137* ; Developments in Fluorescent Tubes, 388* ; Electrical Equipment of Surrey Docks Substation, 437* ; Mercury-Vapour Discharge Lamps for Photo-Printing, 547* ; 60-MW Turbo-
  • Generators, Uskmouth Power Station, 554* ; Divers’ Intercommunication Equipment, 555 ; Long-Range Photo- Electric Protective System, 637 ; System for Remote Indication of Measurements, 672* ; Lighting Equipment for Design and Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 714* ; Pneumo-Hydraulic Control for Blast-Furnace Blowers,' 761 *; Electronic Arc Suppression in Traction Rectifiers, 773; Electric Motor for Circular-Kiln Brick-Making Plant, 825*
  • — Managers, Institute of, Objects of, 755 Generating Set, 588-kVA Diesel-Driven (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 257*
  • A 1,280-kW Diesel-Driven (Harland <fc
  • Wolff, Ltd.), 394*
  • Marine, 200-kW Diesel-Driven (British
  • Polar Engines, Ltd.), 391*
  • — Station. See Power Station
  • Generator, Electric, 25,000-kVA Ala Hydro- Electric Plant, 268*
  • Alternating-Current, for Lighthouses, Holmes’s, 216*
  • Alternating-Current, “ Stavolt ” Armature for (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • 57-4-MVA, Castelo do Bode Power •Station, 660*
  • — 1,250-Watt Diesel-Driven (Dale Electric
  • (Yorkshire), Ltd.), 213*
  • — — Diesel-Driven (Electric Construction Co.,
  • Ltd.), 295*
  • 52-kW Diesel-Driven (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 261*
  • — 500-h.p., for Diesel-Electric Locomotive,
  • 139*. See Addendum, 212
  • 1,500-h.p., for Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 172*
  • at High Altitudes,' Wear of Carbon Brushes of, 726
  • 15,000-kVA, Julia Power Station, 131* Magnetisation of Cores of, Investigations on, 697*, 731
  • 500-kW Marx and Transformer (Foster Transformers, Ltd.), 471*
  • New, for British Power Stations, 827 130-b.h.p. Oil-Engined (Rolls-Royce
  • Ltd.), 265*
  • and Pumping Set, Combined (A. Lyon and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 790*
  • 25-MW, Singapore Power Station, 283 60-MW, Uskmouth Power Station, 554* 32-MVA, Vila Nova Power Station, 662* See also Turbo-Generators
  • — for Inert Gas (W. C. Holmes and Co., Ltd.),
  • 149*
  • — Oxygen, Portable (K. W. Chemicals, Ltd.),
  • 704*
  • — Set, 60-kW Diesel-Driven (A.E.C., Ltd.),
  • 353*
  • 60-kW Diesel-Driven (Fodens Ltd.), 289* 208-kW Diesel-Driven (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 323*
  • 70-kW Diesel-Driven, Marine (J. and H. McLaren, Ltd.), 323*
  • 750/1,000-kW Gas-Turbine (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 11
  • " Genimec ” Twin-Spray Rig, 86*
  • Gent and Co., Ltd., Electronic Chiming Installation for Clock, 664
  • Geratebau-Anstalt Balzers, Vacuum Induction Melting Furnace, 685*
  • Gercke, Dr. M. J., on Collapsing Load of Strut with Elastically-Fixed Ends, 67*
  • German Motor Roads, Construction of, 724 Germanium Triode, Point-Contact (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 126*
  • Germany, Coal Production in, 691
  • — United Kingdom and United States,
  • Engineering Exports Compared, 243
  • Gibberd, F., Development of London Airport, 397*
  • Gifford, E. W. H., Jacking Unit for Prestressing Concrete, 606*
  • Gilberd (or Gilbert), William, 350th Anniversary of, 755. See LETTER, 819
  • Giles, L., and Partners, Ltd., All-Welded Aluminium Alloy Motor “ Morag Mhor,” 180*
  • Girder, Lattice, Behaviour of, Report on Investigations on, 286
  • — See also Beams; Bridges; Floors
  • Glasgow Conference on Brittle Fracture of Steel, 70, 187, 220. See 639, 772
  • — Corporation Water Supply, Extensions to,
  • 240
  • —- — Water Department, Annual Report, 275
  • — Underground Railway, Proposed Exten
  • sion to, 626
  • — University, Investigations of Combined
  • Magnetisation of Magnetic Materials, 517, 697*, 731
  • Glass Feeder, Molten, Temperature Control of, 51
  • — Models for Stress Determination. See
  • Photo-Elastic
  • Glover, Col. G. T., the Late, 78
  • Glover, W. T., and Co., Ltd., Submarine Cable Between England and France, 31, 170* Godfrey, Sir G., and Partners, Ltd., Roots Blower with Filter and Silencer, 262*
  • Goerner, Dr. E. W.L on German Motor Roads, 724
  • Goodeve, Sir C. F., on Milling of Rail Ends and Effect on Productivity, 299
  • Gooding, P. H. T., on Economics of Concrete Roads, 724
  • Goodlet, Dr. B. L., on Outlet for Economic Nuclear Power, 345*. See 372. See Erratum, 375
  • Goodwin, Barsby, Ltd., Experimental Stone- Crushing Plant, 281*
  • Goodwood International Race, Motor Car, 275 Gordon, Lord Dudley, on Engineering in Next Two Thousand Years, 381. See 343
  • Gotaverken A/B 3,000-s.h.p. Supercharged Marine Diesel Engines, 251*
  • Gourley, J. H., the Late, 334
  • Government Memorandum on Television Policy, 659
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • — White Paper on United Kingdom Atomic-
  • Energy Project, 657
  • Grader, Maintenance, 42-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined (Aveling-Barford, Ltd.); 668*
  • Graduate Engineers and Training for Management, 401
  • Grain Dryer, In-Silo, Electric (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 85*
  • — Silo, Prestressed-Concrete, at Dublin, 577* Grand Contour Canal, Project for, 741*
  • Grates. See Furnace; Stoker
  • Graving Dock. - See Dock
  • Gravity Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Greases, Launching, Tests of, 468
  • — Producing and Milling Plant, High-Speed
  • (Fryma Machinery Co., Ltd.), 253*
  • Great Britain to America, Submarine Telephone Cable, 755
  • Greenock, Watt Monument, Appeal for, 660 Greenwich Observatory, Royal, Hurstmonceux, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 125, 211 Greer-Mercier Pneumatic-Hydraulic Accumulator for 50-ton Press, 291*. See Erratum, 361
  • Gregoire Rear Suspension for Motor Cars, 588* Grey, G. C., the Late, 789
  • “ Grey Goose,” H.M. Gunboat, 5,400-b.h.p. Gas Turbine for, 673*
  • Grillages, Plastic Design of, 804*
  • Grimston Astor, Ltd., Aluminium-Alloy Motor Launch for Pakistan, 416*
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Wheel. See Machine Tools
  • Ground Resonance of Helicopters, 779
  • Grouting, Deep-Level, Tool for, 779*
  • Guard Bridge Paper Co., Ltd., Electronically- Controlled Paper-Making Machine, 595* Guide Vanes, Annular-Flow, for Hydraulic Turbines 550*
  • Guider’, Web,’ Hydronic (Ferranti, Ltd.), 669*
  • Gulf Oil Corporation, Investigation on Oil Cooling of Cutting Tools, 690
  • Gunboats. See Warships
  • Gunn, D. C., on Influence of Coal Properties on Combustion, 61
  • Guy Motors, Ltd., Extensions to Fallings Park Works, 108*; One-Man Operated Omnibus, 607
  • Guyon, , Y., on Statically Indeterminate Structures in Elastic and Plastic States, 490, 551
  • Gwyer, R. G. B., on Decentralisation of British Railways, 20. See LETTER, 84; on Research Laboratory for Docks and Inland Waterways Executive, 212. See 120, 138*
  • “ Gyron ” Jet Aero Engine, 179
  • HACK-SAWS. See Machine Tools
  • Hacking; Sir J., on Developments and Future Possibilities in Electricity Generation, 827. See 818.
  • Hackney Power Station, Prevention of Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Stocks at, 727*
  • Hadden, G. N., and Sons, Ltd., Heating System for Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 714
  • Hadfields Ltd., 12-cub. yd. Dragline Bucket, 59*; Crushing Rolls for Ironstone, 59*; Creep-Resisting Machines, 506*
  • Halcrow, Sir W., and Partners, Development of London Airport; 397*; Uskmouth Power Station, 552*; Construction of Cluanie Dam, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • Hall, Dr: E. O., on Fracture of Alpha Iron, 772
  • Hall, G. E., on Smoke'from Domestic Fires and Industrial Furnaces, 497
  • Hall, J. and E., Ltd., Lift Installation for Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 715
  • Hamburg, District Heating in, 473*, 507* Hamilton Standard Aircraft-Cabin Refrigerating Unit, 255*
  • Hamilton Surface Grinders, Ltd., Strip-Grinding Machines, 365*
  • Hamilton, W., and Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Pavia,” 92* Hammer Mill, Electric (Scottish Mechanical Light Industries, Ltd.), 791*
  • Handley Page, Ltd., Aircraft Test House and Research Laboratories, 150* “ Victor ”
  • Bomber Aircraft; 374*; General-Purpose Air Liner, 471
  • Handling, Bulk, of Cement, Transporter and Silo fog 109*
  • — Equipment, Retail, for Coal and Coke
  • (Charrold, Ltd.), 605*
  • — Materials, Equipment and Methods in
  • United States; Report, 369
  • — Mechanical, Demonstration, by Army, 499 Use of Pallets and Fork-Lift Trucks for,
  • 522
  • Hankey Committee on Television, 573 Harbour Board. Southampton, 150th Anniversary of, 500
  • — Lyttelton, New Zealand, Investigations by
  • Hydraulics Research Board, 18
  • — Table Bay, Model of, Measurement of Wave
  • Heights in, 245*, 267*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening of Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Hardy, A. C., on Ship Types and Through Transport, 522
  • Hardypick, Ltd., 5-h.p. Electric Mine Drilling Machine, 58*
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Stabilisers of S.S. “ Andes,” 491; Model of Gas-Turbine Driven Compressor, 394*; Horizontally- Opposed Twin-Cylinder Compressor, 394*; Diesel-Driven 1,280-kW Generating Set, 394*
  • Harmer, F., the Late, 366
  • Harnden, C. A., Ltd., Side-Register Control Equipment for Reeling Sheet Material, 669*
  • Harris, L. E., on Preservation of Old Engines, 371. See LETTER, 500*
  • Harrow, Disc, D. Brown-Bentall (E. H. Bentall and Co., Ltd.), 790* *
  • Heavy-Duty, Reversible (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 23*
  • Hartlepool Works of Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., 94
  • Hartt, F., the Late, 813
  • Harvester, Combine, Tractor-Hauled (Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 810*
  • Tractor-Driven (Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd.), 85*
  • — Forage (Silorators, Ltd.), 44*
  • Harwell Atomic Energy Establishment, Production of. Radioactive Materials at, 157
  • Hastie, B., and Co., Ltd., versus Rees, Legal Decision on, 179
  • Haulage in Mines, Chief Inspector’s Report, 242
  • “ Hawker Hunter ” Aeroplane, Air Speed Record, by, 338', 374*
  • Hawksley Lecture on Relaxation Methods: A Retrospect, 691
  • Hayes Engineers (Leeds), Ltd., Hydraulic Copying Attachment for Machine Tools, 185*
  • Hayes, Middlesex Research Laboratory for Docks and Inland Waterways Executive, 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • Haylock, C., on Saving Time-in Drawing Office, 692. See 625
  • Hazen, D. C., on Boundary Layer and Circulation Control, 453
  • Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd., Aetna-Standard Automatic Draw Bench, 162*; 500-ton; Floating Dock on- Lake Nyasa, 200* Aluminium-Alloy Bascule Bridge, 481*
  • Headlights, Motor-Car, Work of Road Research Board, 177
  • Heat Engines. See Engines; , Turbines; Aeronautics
  • — Exchanger for 5,400-b.h.p. Marine Gas
  • Turbine, 673*
  •  ? Tubular, Specification, 829
  • — Transfer and Flame-Radiation Research,
  • 555*
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy Heater, Air. Gilled-Tube, Bled-Steam (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd.), 417*
  • — Surface, Electric, for Drum (Isopad, Ltd.),
  • 294*
  • Electric, for Sulphonating Pot (Isopad, Ltd.), 294*
  • Heating in Buildings, Measurement of Efficiency of, 422
  • ’ — District, and British Power Stations, 827 Problems and Application of, 422, 473*, 507*
  • — Domestic, Atmospheric Pollution from, 145
  • — Machine, Pipe, Electric (A.I. Electric
  • Welding Machines, Ltd.), 257*
  • — Space, Problems of, 61
  • — Systems, Central, Hot-Water, Accelerator
  • Pump for (Ryaland (Manchester), Ltd.), 287*
  • of Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 714
  • — — at Tank Factory, Leyland, 631*
  • — and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of
  • Summer Meeting, Southport: Some Scientific Thoughts on Space Heating, by Prof. R. J. Sarjant, 61; Influence on Coal Properties on Combustion, with Particular Reference to Chain Grate in Shell Boiler, by D. C. Gunn, 61; Air Conditioning: Some Practical Aspects of Control, by W. D. Forbes, 61
  • Heaton Works of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 93; Design and Research Building, 713*
  • Hebburn Works of Bushing Co., Ltd., 95 z — — of Pyrotenax, Ltd., 95
  • — — of A. Reyrolle <fc Co., Ltd., 93
  • Hedge Trimmer, Tractor-Operated (F. W. McConnei, Ltd.), 105*
  • Heenan and Froude, Ltd., Refuse-Disposal Plant, Sheffield, 633*
  • Heid Machine Building Corporation, Copying Lathe with Electromagnetic Tool Control, 778*
  • Heincke, C. E., and Co., Ltd., Divers’ Intercommunication Equipment, 555
  • Helicopters. See Aeronautics
  • “ Helix,” Turbo-Electric Oil Tanker, 619* Hemel Hempstead Factory of Rotax, Ltd., 617*
  • Henley’s, W. T., Telegraph Works, Co., Ltd., Cable Factory of, 94; 275-kV Transmission System, 122*; Photo-Elastic Protection of High-Voltage Equipment, 648 Herbert, A., Ltd., Thread-Rolling Diehead, 683*
  • “ Heron,” Series 2 Air Liner, 331*
  • Herstmonceux, Royal Greenwich Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 125, 211
  • Heyman, Dr. J., on Plastic Design of Grillages, 804*
  • Heywood, Dr. H., on Solar Energy, Past, Present and Future Application of, 377*, 409*. See 372
  • Heywood, T. E. H., the Late, 789
  • Hibbard, H. L„ on Structures for High-Speed Aircraft, 423
  • Hicks, R., on Horizontal Thrust, on Two- Pinned Parabolic Arch, 34*; on Reinforced Circular Hole in Concrete Slab, 808*
  • “ Hico ” Falsework Centring, 447
  • Higgs Motors, Ltd., Low-Speed Geared Electric Motors, 320*
  • High Frequency. See Electric
  • — Temperature Tests. See Tests {Materials) Highways. See Roads
  • Hill, A. W., on Effect of Abnormal Temperature on Prestressed Concrete, 490
  • Hill, G. H., and Sons, Blithfield Reservoir, 598*
  • Hilmor, Ltd., Short-Radius Cold Tube-Bending Machine, 329*
  • Hinton, Sir C., on Atomic Energy Developments in Great Britain, 593
  • Hinton, K. G., on Structure of Nickel-Rich Alloys, 541,
  • H. M. SS. See under Warships
  • Hoar, Dr. T. P., on Growth of Sulphide Films on Copper, 470
  • Hobbing Machines, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Hodgkinson Mechanical Stokers for Boilers at Aero-Engine Factory, East Kilbride, 717*
  • Hoe, Petrol-Driven (Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd.), 45*
  • Hoff, Prof. N. J-., on Buckling and Stability in Aircraft, 371
  • Hoists. See Cranes
  • Holden and Hunt, Ltd., Twin-Head 16-kW Electric Rivet Heater, 291*
  • Holden, Dr. J., on Stretcher-Strain Markings on Metal Sheet, 439
  • Holland and Hannen and Cubitts, Ltd., Annfield Plain Ball-Bearing Factory, 467, 555
  • Holloway Brothers (London), Ltd., Caisson for Uskmouth Power Station, 552*
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., Vibratory Classifier for Materials, 189*; Camborne Museum, Rostowrack Cornish Engine at, 341*, 371
  • Holme’s Alternating-Current Electric Generator for Lighthouses, 216*
  • Holmes, W. C., and Co., Ltd., Generator for Inert Gas, 149*
  • Holton, J. E., on Practical Aspects of Engine Noise 692
  • Hood, W.,’ the /Late, 693
  • Hooper, W. H. L., on Stretcher-Strain Markings in Aluminium Alloys, 438; on Stretcher-Strain Markings on Metal Sheet, 439
  • Hooper, W. T., on Cornish Engines Preservation Society, 148. S.ee 339*, 371
  • Hoover, Ltd., Fractional Horse-Power Electric Motors, 353
  • Hope’s Heating and Engineering Ltd., Mechanical Stoker with Combined Bunker and Hopper Feeds, 729*
  • Hopkins, B.E., on Intergranular Brittleness in-Iron-Oxygen Alloys, 772; on Properties of High-Purity Iron Alloys, 773
  • Hornsby, R., and Sons, Ltd., Hornsby-Akroyd, 3-56-b.h.p. Oil Engine, 215*
  • Horsley, Smith and Co., Ltd., Storage Shed of Timber Construction, 796*
  • Hose, Oil Suction and Discharge of, Specification, 288
  • Hot-Metal Receivers for Iron Foundries (Monometer Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 27*
  • — Water Accumulators for District Heating, 422, 507*
  • Houlton and Grant, Ltd., Storage Shed of Timber Construction, 796*
  • House of Commons Select Committee, Report on Technical College Education, 307
  • Housing and Local Government, Ministry of, Model By-Laws Series IV, Buildings, 318; Statement on Contamination of Water Supplies by Radioactive Substances, 412
  • Housz, I., on Iron and Steel Industry in Netherlands, 488, 542
  • Hoyt, Dr. S. L., on Brittle Fracture of Steel, 187, 220. See 70
  • Howard, F. W. J., on Temperature Control of Molten Glass Feeder, 51
  • Howard Pneumatic Engineering Co., Ltd., Automatically-Controlled High-Pressure Pump, 26*
  • Howarth, R. M., on Ground Resonance of Helicopters, 779
  • Howarth, S., on Legislation and Cost of Electricity Metering, 786
  • Howbery Park, Berkshire, Hydraulics Research Station at, 18
  • Hughes, F. A., and Co., Ltd., Cathodic Protection of Buried or Submerged Structures, 287. See Erratum, 299
  • Hughes, W. C., the Late, 686
  • Hull, Victoria Docks, Storage Shed of Timber Construction, 796*
  • Humidity Control Unit (P.A.M., Ltd.), 171* Humphrey, G., the Late, 558
  • Humphries, J., on Rocket Exploration of Upper Atmosphere, 360
  • Huncoat Power Station, Fireless Steam Locomotive For, 608*
  • Hunt, D. le M., on Test for Notch Ductility, 71 “Hunter” Record-Breaking Aircrafts, 338, ' 374*
  • “ Hurel-Dubois 31 ” Air Liner, 75*
  • Husband and Co., Laboratories of British Iron and Steel Research Association, 683*
  • Hutton. D.. the Late. 814
  • Hydraulic Engineering Co., Ltd., 200-ton Forging Press, 684*
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Press. See Press under ATocAine Tools
  • — Pumps. See Pump
  • — Research Laboratory for Docks and Inland
  • Waterways Executive, 120,138*. See LETTER, 212
  • — Transport of Coal, Feeder for, 296*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines; Pelton Wheels;
  • Power Plant
  • Hydraulics Research Board, Annual Report, 18
  • — See also Hydrodynamics; Irrigation; Water Hydrodynamics, Conduit with Surge Tank,
  • Calculation of Oscillations in (Review), 517
  • — Flow Meters, Electromagnetic (Tobi N.V.),
  • 542*
  • — Fluid-Flow Measuring Devices, Problems of,
  • 6*, 35*. See LETTER, 244*
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant Hydromechanics Research Association, British, Feeder for Hydraulic Transport of Coal, 296*
  • by United States Navy, 584
  • “ Hydronic ” Web Guider (Ferranti, Ltd.), 669* “ Hydro tracer ” Copying Attachment, 185* Hylo-veyor Machine and Loband Loader (C. H. Johnson (Machines), Ltd.), 822*
  • IBBERSON, G., and CO., Bowing Operation on Pearl Scale, 91*
  • Ice-Cream Manufacturing Plant, of T. Wall and Sons, Ltd., 502*
  • — See also Refrigerating
  • Ijmuiden, International Flame-Radiation Re- search 555*
  • “ Ilala,” M.S., in 500-ton Floating Dock, 200* Illumination. See Light; Lighting; and Lamps under Etectric
  • Impact Tests. See Tests (Materials).
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Billingham and Wilton Works of, 94 ; Titanium Production Plant, 211; Manufacture of Blasting Explosives in India, 627; Continuous Casting Machine for Copper Ingots, 809* ?
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, Lectures on Analysers and Computers for Electrical Systems, 147; Researches on Solar Energy, 409*
  • Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd., Gas-Fired Furnace for Pipe Bending and Fabrication, 313*
  • — Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Incinerators at Sheffield Refuse-Disposal Plant,
  • 633*
  • India Rubber. See Rubber
  • — Northern, and Pakistan, Land Reclamation
  • in, 233
  • — Perkins Diesel Engines in, 787
  • — South, Tunnels for Machkund Hydro-
  • Electric Scheme, 683
  • — Standard Locomotives in, 50 Years Ago,
  • 801*
  • Indian Government, Manufacture of Blasting Explosives, 627
  • — Railways, Standard Locomotives, 50 Years
  • Ago, 801*
  • Indication, Remote, of Measurements, System for (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 672*
  • Indicator, Rudder-Angle (Smith’s Industrial Instruments, Ltd.), 325*
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Centres, Notes from 14, 46, 78, 110, 142,
  • 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 814. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Industrial Economics. See Labour
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Research. See Research
  • Industries, British, Federation of. See Federation
  • — Earnings of: Truth About Prices and
  • Profits (Review), 82
  •  ?— “ Revolving ” Fund for, 243
  • — See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Ingots, Copper, Continuous Casting Machine
  • for (Sheppard and Sons, Ltd.), 809*
  • Inland Navigation. See Canals; Rivers, etc.
  • Insignia Award of City and Guilds of London Institute, 819
  • Institutes. See Institutions
  • Institution, British Standards. See Standards
  • — of Production Engineers. See Prodwction
  • — Technical and Scientific, see Aero Club,
  • Royal; Aeronautical Sciences, Institute of; Aeronautical Society, Royal; Agricultural Society, Royal; American Welding Society ; Arts, Royal Society of; Aslib; British Aircraft Constructors, Society of; British Association; British Foundrymen, Institute of; British Waterworks Association; Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association, International; Cement and Concrete Association; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Chemical Industry, Society of;
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of; Cleveland Scientific and Technical Institution; Combustion Engineering Association; Consulting Engineers, Association of; Cornish Engines Preservation Society; Diesel Engine Users' Association; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Electronics, Insti tution of; Engineers and Shipbuilders inScotland, Institution of; Faraday House Old Students’ Association;. Fuel, Institute of; General Managers, Institute of; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of; Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland; Junior Institution of Engineers; Liverpool Engineering Society; Locomotive Engineers, Institution of; Manchester Association of Engineers; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metals, Institute of; Metallurgists, Institution of (under Metallurgy); Naval Architects, Institution of; Newcomen Society; Production Engineers, Institution of; Public Lighting Engineers, Association of; Royal Society; Rugby Engineering Society; Sheet and Strip Metal Users' Technical Association; Smoke Abatement Society, National; Structural Engineers, Institution of; Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of; Tool Engineers, American Society of; Water Engineers, Institution of; and Welding, Institute of
  • Instruments, Measuring and Control, for Industrial Processes, Dimensional Features of, Specification, 288
  • Linear, and Comparator (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 523
  • — for Regulating Metered Air Supplies
  • (Williams and James (Engineers), Ltd.), 63*
  • — See also Aeronautics; Electric Insulation. See Electric Intercommunication Equipment, Divers’, 555 Intercoolers for 5,400-b.h.p. Marine Gas
  • Turbine, 673*
  • Interferometer for Measuring Slip Gauges, 757* Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics; Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors; Turbine, Gas
  • International Air Salon, Paris, 19, 42*, 50, 73*
  • — Electrotecnical Commission, Yugoslav Meet
  • ing, 211
  • — Federation of Prestressing, London, Con
  • gress of. See Prestressing, International Federation of, London Congress
  • — Flame-Radiation Research at Ijmuiden,
  • 488, 555*
  • International Harvester Co., of Great Britain, Ltd., Diesel-Driven Crawler Tractor, 106*
  • — Mechanical Engineering Congress, Turin,
  • Programme, 63
  • — Motor-Car Race, Goodwood, 275
  • Show, London, Engineering Developments at, 529, 534*, 565*, 587*
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Wrought Non-Ferrous Metals Council,
  • Formation of, 532
  • Inventions and Designs (Crown Use), Bill, 723 Ionospheric Observations by Radio Research Board, Report on, 241
  • Iraq, Cathodic Protection of Oil Pipelines in, 650
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
  • — Alpha, Fracture of, 772
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Council, Joint, Annual Dinner, 626
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • — Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast. Metal
  • lurgy
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • — Rolling Mills. Se s Rolling Mills
  • — and Steel Act, 1953, “ Appointed Day ”
  • for, 50
  • Foundries Regidations, 1953, 499 Industry in Netherlands, 488, 542
  • — — Industries of Sheffield, 89*

Iron and Steel Institute:

  • Netherlands Meeting:
  • Programme, 111
  • Report of Proceedings, 488 Iron and Steel Industry in Netherlands, by
  • I. Housz, 488, 542
  • Investigation of Luminous Flame Radiation at Ijmuiden International Research Centre, by G. W. van S. Callenfels, 555*. See 488
  • Visits to Works, 488
  • Autumn General Meeting:
  • Programme, 575
  • Changes in Council, 725
  • Andrew Carnegie Scholarships, 725 Reports of Discussions, 725, 744, 772 Effect of Emissivity and Flame Length on Heat Transfer in Open-Hearth Furnaces, by Prof. M. W. Thring, 725. See 744
  • Experiments on Flame Radiation in Empty Open-Hearth Furnace, by W. P. Cashmore and Prof. M. W. Thring, 725. See 744
  • Length of Oil and Gas Flames, by A. L. Cude, 725. See 744
  • Water Cooling of Open-Hearth Furnaces, by A. M. Frankau, 772
  • Notched Siow-Bend Test as Brittle- Fracture Test, by Prof. J. E. de Graaf and Dr. J. H. van der Veen, 772 Fracture of Alpha Iron, by Drs. C. F. Tipper and E. O. Wade, 772
  • Intergranular Brittleness in Iron-Oxygen Alloys, by W. P. Rees and B. E. Hopkins, 772
  • Cleavage Strength of Polycrystals, by Dr. N. J. Petch, 772
  • Tensile and Impact Properties of High- Purity Iron-Carbon-Manganese Alloys by Dr. N/P. Allen, W. P. Rees, B. E. Hopkins and H. R. Tipler, 773
  • Symposium on Sinter. See Vol. 177
  • Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland:
  • Conference on Brittle Fracture in Steel:
  • Brittle Fracture Investigations in United States, by Dr. S. L. Hoyt, 187, 220. See 70
  • Brittle Fracture in Swedish Shipyard, by N. G. Leide, 70
  • Mechanism of Fracture in Impact Tests, by P. Matton-Sjoberg, 70
  • Effect of Production Variables on V-Notch Charpy Transition Temperature of Ship Plates, by I. M. Mackenzie, 70
  • Development of Robertson Test for Notch Ductilitv, by T. S. Robertson and
  • D. le M. Hunt, 71
  • Notch Bend Tests, by Prof. W. Soete, 71 Effects of Dimensions in Testing, by Dr.
  • C. F. Tipper, 71
  • Influence of Welding on Notch-Brittle Fracture, by Dr. A. A. Wells, 71
  • Iron and Steel, Manufacture of (Review), 740
  • — 7— Productivity Team, British, Views on
  • Milling of Rail Ends, 299
  • Research Association, British, North- East Coast Laboratories, 116*; Sheffield Laboratories, 683*
  • Works. See Works
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Cast Iron; Steel; Metallurgy
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges; Columns;
  • Roofs; Structures
  • Irrigation Projects in United States, Sediment Problems, 1*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Isle of Skye, Diatomite Industry in, 444 Isodynamometer for Tests of Celluloid Model
  • Structures, 517, 665*
  • Isopad, Ltd., Electric Surface Heater for Sulphonating Pot, 294*; Electric Surface Heater for Drums, 294*
  • Isotopes Containers (Solus-Schall, Ltd.), 293 Italy, Electricity Supply Developments in, 268*
  • — Tubular Transmission-Line Tower in, 678*.
  • See LETTER, 787 ,
  • JACK, Hydraulic Positioning (Tangyes, Ltd.), 128*
  • Jacking Unit for Prestressing Concrete (Cable Covers, Ltd.), 606*
  • Jackson, Dr. T. A. S., on Webb’s Approximation of Sec 6, 298
  • Jacob, I., on Smoke from Domestic Fires and Industrial Furnaces, 497
  • Jaeger, Prof. H. E., on The Netherlands, 403 Jane’s Fighting Ships, 1953-54 (Review), 710 Jansky, J. G., Discovery of Radio Waves from Stars, 316
  • Jarvis, J., and Sons, Ltd., Hemel Hempstead Factory of Rotax, Ltd., 617*
  • Jaw Crushers, Performance of, 456*, 485
  • Jessop, W., and Sons, Ltd., Turbine Wheels for Jet Engines, 91*
  • Johnson, Dr. A. E., on Equipment for Compression-Creep Tests, 28*
  • Johnson, C. H. (Machines), Ltd., Hylo-veyor and Loband Loader, 822*
  • Joint Iron Council, Annual Dinner, 626
  • Jones, C. H., on Ground Resonance of Helicopters, 779
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Jowett “ Jupiter ” Motor Car, 565*
  • Jubilee of Foster Transformers, Ltd., 471*
  • — of Letchworth Garden City, 307
  • — of Officers (Merchant Navy) Federation, 402
  • — of Parsons Chain Co., Ltd., 563
  • — of Rugby Engineering Society, 532
  • — of Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., 312
  • — of Wright Brothers, British Celebration,
  • 818, 823. See 737*, 753. See Errata, 791
  • Judd, S. R., on Arc Suppression on Mercury- Arc Rectifiers, 100*
  • Jugoslavia. See Yugoslavia
  • Julia River, Zurich Hydro-Electric Stations on, 129*
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Presidential ? Address by Sir J. Hacking on Developments and Future Possibilities of Electricity Generation, 827. See 818
  • “ Jupiter ” Jowett Motor Car, 565*
  • KAMEL PRODUCTS, LTD., Waste-Oil Firing Unit, 640*
  • Keith, Blackman, Ltd., Portable Fume Extractor, 290* ; Axial Fan with External Motor, 395*
  • Kellett, W., the Late, 46
  • Kelley, Dr. G. L., the Late, 244
  • Kelvin and Hughes (Industrial), Ltd., Ultrasonic
  • Equipment for Examination of Welds, 211
  • Kelvin and Hughes (Marine), Ltd., Long-Range Radar Equipment, 236*
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Differential Draught Gauge, 384*; Mercurial Flow Meters, 702
  • Kenton Laboratories, Ltd., Divers’ Intercommunication Equipment, 555
  • Kenyon, W., and Sons, Ltd., Diatomite Industry in Isle of Skye, 444
  • Kejrr, H. L., on Road Construction in Urban Areas, 681
  • Kiln, Circular, Electrically-Operated, for Brick Making (Clarks Kilns (N.S.W.), Pty., Ltd.), 825*
  • Kilner, Major Sir J., the Late, 212* Kinematics of Mechanisms (Review), 613 King George VI Memorial Fellowships, 435 King, G. W., Ltd., “ P.C.P.” Overhead Con
  • veyor Kit, 800*
  • King’s College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Appeal for, 306, 558
  • Kirkby Factory of Tubewrights, Ltd., 617* Kirkendall Effect and Diffusion, 470
  • Kiruna Iron-Ore Mine, Wagon Drill for, 642*
  • Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., Drilling Machine for Armature Yokes, 190*
  • Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, Wright Brothers’ Flights at, 737*, 753. See Errata, 791. See 818, 823
  • Knight, B. E., on Problems of Fluid-Flow Measuring Devices, 244*. See 6*, 35*
  • Knitting Machine, Wire, Circular, 117*
  • Knock in Petrol Engines, Research on, 39*
  • Krietemeijer, J. H., on Optical Marking-Off System for Shipbuilding, 570*. See 486
  • Krupnik, N., on Stepped Stress-Strain Curve of Aluminium Alloys, 438
  • Kuhlmann, F., K.G., Perspective Draughting Machine, 202*
  • . K.W. Chemicals, Ltd., Portable Oxygen Generator, 704*
  • Kymatograph for Model of Table Bay Harbour, 247*, 267*
  • LABORATORY, Chemical Research, Annual Report, 428, 434; Investigation on New Sources of Selenium, 569
  • — Disintegrator (G. Scott and Son (London), Ltd.), 832*
  • — Fluids Mechanics and Combustion Research, of Brown, Boveri and Co., Ltd., 609*
  • — Mechanical Engineering Research, Equipment for Compression-Creep Tests at High Temperatures, by Dr. A. E. Johnson and N. E. Frost, 28*; Annual Report on Work of, 209
  • — New, of British Coal Utilisation Research Association, 20
  • — Nuclear-Particle, Queen Mary College, London, Opening of, 91
  • — Research, Aircraft (Handley Page, Ltd.), 150*
  • Hydraulic, for Docks and Inland Waterways Executive, 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • Industrial, Birmingham, Tests of Wire- Rope Grips, 734*
  • — Road Research, Experimental Stone-
  • Crashing Plant, 281*; Surface Dressings for Protecting, Soil Formations, by W. A. Lewis, 793*
  • — Sheffield, of British Iron and Steel Research
  • Association, 683*
  • — Testing, Leatherhead, for Domestic Electrical Appliances, 489*
  • — See also National Physical

Labour:

  • Craftsmanship, Training in, 531, 533 Employers, Statutory Duty of, 179 Industrial Accidents. See Accidents Labour Distribution in Sheffield Industries, 89*
  • — in Mines and Quarries, 659
  • — and National Service, Ministry of, Iron
  • and Steel Foundries Regulations, 1953, 499; Report on Employment of Older Men and Women, 563
  • — Notes, 24, 56, 88, 120, 152, 184, 216, 248, 280, 312, 344, 376, 408, 440, 472 504, 536, 568, 600, 632, 664, 696, 728, 760, 792, 824. See PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • — and Profit Motive, Truth on Earnings
  • of Industry, 82
  • Locomotive Drivers and Firemen, Duties of, 433
  • Men and Women, Older, Report on Employment of, 563
  • National Coal Board, Apprentice Training Scheme, 627
  • — Dock Labour Board, Annual Report, 114
  • Railwaymen Dispute over Wages, 787
  • Lackenby Steelworks of Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Opening of, 453
  • Ladder, Inspection, for Railway-Station Roofs (Merryweather and Sons, Ltd.), 118*
  • Laing, J., and Son, Ltd., Bala Lake Improvement Scheme, 412
  • Lakes, Stratification and “ Overturn ” in, 821 Lamb, J., Turbo-Electric, Oil Tanker " Helix,” 619*
  • Lamont, P., on Age and Carrying Capacity of Pipelines, 821
  • La Mont Steam Generator, Ltd., Boilers for Tank-Factory, Leyland; 631*
  • Lamps, Electric. See Electric
  • — for Public Lighting, 370
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto Co., Ltd., Electric Motor for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 482*
  • — and S: Yorkshire, Notes from, 14, 46, 78,
  • 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 814. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Lancaster-Morecambe-Heysham Railway, 50- Cycle Single-Phase Electrification, 459*
  • “ Lancia Appia ” Motor Car, 565*
  • “ Lancia. Aurelia ” Motor-Car Rear Drive and Suspension, 565*
  • Land Reclamation in Netherlands, 403
  • — — in Northern India and Pakistan, 233 Landish Co., Aircraft Propeller-Blade Forging
  • of Titanium'Alloy, 373*
  • Lane, B. W., on Sediment Problems on Irrigation Projects in United States, 1*
  • Lansing Bagnall, Ltd., 42-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined Industrial Tractor, 160*; Battery- Operated Fork-Lift Truck, 203*
  • Lantern, Street Lighting, Design and Manufacture of, 370
  • Lardner, E., on Intracrystalline Voids in Magnesium-Aluminium Alloys, 470
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • —:'and Trial Trips of Ships, 15, 47, 79, 111, 159, 187, 207, 248, 303, 335, 472, 540, 601, 670, 732, 799, 826
  • Launching Greases, Tests of, 468
  • Lavender, Dr. J. G., on Investigation of Pressure Rise in Spark-Ignition Engines, 135*
  • Law. See Legal; Labour
  • Laws, P. H., on Preservation of Old Engines,
  • 500*. See LETTER, 371
  • Laycock de-Normanville Motor Car, 587* Leak Detection by Radioactive Materials, 157 Leatherhead Testing Laboratory for Domestic
  • Electrieal Appliances, 489*
  • — and Wimbledon Factories of Foster Trans
  • formers, Ltd., 471*
  • Ledward, H., the Late, 781
  • Lee, A., and Sons, Ltd., Sendzimir Rolling Mill for Strip, 91*
  • Leeds Corporation, Single-Deck High-Speed Tramcars, 124*, 254*. See Erratum, 199

Legal:

  • By-Laws, Model, for 'Buildings, 318
  • Cummings versus R. Thomas and Baldwins, Ltd., Decision in, 99. See LETTER, 179
  • Fencing of Dangerous Machinery, Legal Decisions on, 615
  • Inventions and Designs (Crown Use), Bill, 723
  • Iron and Steel Act, 1953, “ Appointed Day ” for, 50-
  • — — Foundries Regulations, 1953, 499
  • Legislation and Costs of Electricity Metering, 786
  • — on Smoke Abatement, 737
  • Machinery, Moving, Lawsuit on Injury from, 99. See LETTER, 179
  • Pugh versus Manchester Dry Dock Co., Decision on, 691
  • Rees versus B.'Hastie and Co., Ltd., Decision on, 179
  • Statutory Duty of Employers, 179
  • Transport Act and Decentralisation of British Railways, 20. See LETTER, 84
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation and Costs of Electricity Metering,
  • 786
  • — See Legal;; Labour
  • Leicestershire, Sapcote Junction, Experiments on Surface Dressings for Soil Road, 793
  • Leide, N. G., on Brittle Fracture in Steel
  • Plate, 70
  • le Maistre, C., the Late, 84
  • Lemington Glass Works of General Electric
  • Co., Ltd., 94
  • Lenses, Photographic, Resolving Power of,
  • Method for Determining (Review), 581 Letchworth Garden City, Jubilee of, 307 Letters to the Editor, 20, 51, 84,147, 179, 212,
  • 244*, 276*, 338, 371, 436*, 500*, 532, 692, 723, 756*, 787, 819
  • Level, “ Aqualev ” (Austin and Trimingham),
  • 205
  • — Boiler-Water, Television Receiver (Bailey
  • Meters <fc Controls, Ltd.), 392*
  • Lewis, D. H., on Economic Aspects of Corrosion Control, 650
  • Lewis, W. A., on Surface Dressings for Protecting Soil Formations, 793*
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Epicyclic Gearbox without Clutch Pedai, 694*
  • — Tank Factory 630*
  • LiDraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of. See AsZift
  • Lifeboat, Aluminium-Alloy, with 10-h.p.
  • Petter Diesel Engine (Norsk Flyindustri A/S) 829*
  • — and Inflatable Rafts for Ships,’ 458, 465.
  • See LETTER, 532
  • Life Saving Equipment for Ships, 458, 465.
  • See LETTER, 532
  • Lifts, Installation of,' in Research Building of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd. (J. and E. Hall, Ltd.), 715
  • — Overside, Electrically-Operated, Oil Tanker
  • “ Helix,” 621*
  • Lifting Bridges. See Bridges
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Navigation, for “ Ambrose ” Lightship
  • (Chance Brothers, Ltd.), 234*
  • — Polarised, Stress Determination by. See
  • Photo-Elastic
  • Lightfoot Refrigeration Co., Ltd., Refrigerating Plant at Ice-Cream Factory of T. Wall and Sons, Ltd., 502*
  • Lighthouse Apparatus, Chance Brothers, Ltd., Lighting, Fluorescent, for Stockwell Omnibus
  • Garage, 703*
  • — Recent Developments in Fluorescent-Tube
  • Manufacture, 388*
  • — Street, Practice of, 370
  • — System of Design and Research Building of
  • C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 714*
  • — See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lightning. See Electric
  • Lightship “ Apibrose,” Navigation Light for
  • (Chance Brothers, Ltd.), 234*
  • Limits and Fits, New British Standard System, of, 817
  • — Gauges. See Gauges
  • Lindley High-Speed Test Track for Motor
  • Vehicles, 747
  • Liners. See Ships; Steamers; Motor ships Linings, Friction, Bonded Process for (T.
  • Broadbent and Sons, Ltd.), 583
  • Liquid Fuel. See Oil Fuel. See also Motor;
  • Paraffin; Petrol
  • — Viscosity of. See FisfcosiZy
  • List, Prof. H., Design of Two-Stroke Oil Engine for Automobiles, 385*, 419*. See Erratum 519
  • Literature, 4, 99, 134, 165, 195, 227, 387, 418, 453, 484, 516, 546, 581, 613, 644, 676, 706, 740, 771, 803. See LITERATURE INDEX Litigation. See Legal
  • Liverpool Engineering Society, Presidential
  • Address by V. L. Farthing, on Research and Production in Engineering, 594
  • — Royal Liver Building, Electronic Chiming
  • Installation for Clock, 664
  • — University, Webb’s Approximation of
  • Sec 0, by Dr. T. A. S. Jackson, L. Rosen- head and T. Murphy, 298
  • Livesey and Henderson, 500-ton Floating Dock on Lake Nyasa, 200*
  • Livesley, R. K., on Analysis of Rigid Frames by Electronic Digital Computer, 230*, 277*; on Utilisation of Electronic Computers in Engineering Practice, 349. See 344
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Statistics of Vessels under Construction, 137, 562; Investigations on Hull and Machinery Defects, 628
  • Load Diffusion in Bridge-Deck Systems, 645*
  • Loader, Crop, Elevating (Bamfords, Ltd.), 44*
  • — and Gang Mower (E. S'. Walley and Co., Ltd.),
  • 106*
  • — Loband and Hylo-veyor Machine (C. H.
  • Johnson (Machines), Ltd.), 822*
  • — Mine (Atlas Diesel Co.), 643*
  • — and Stacker, Dual-Purpose (Steel Fabrica
  • tors (Cardiff), Ltd.), 812*
  • — Tractor-Operated (J. C. Bamford), 105* Loading and Stockpiling Equipment, Birkenhead Gasworks, 822*
  • Loband Loader for Gasworks, 822*
  • Loch Cuithir, Isle of Skye, Diatomite Deposits in, 444
  • Locomotive Building Programme1, British Railways, 51
  • — Diesel-Electric, 1,750-h.p., British Railways,
  • Tests of, 305
  • Electric, 1,000-h.p., for New South Wales Government Railways, 139*. See Addendum, 212
  • Electric, 1,500-h.p., for Queensland Government Railways, 172*
  • Electric, 1,500-h.p., Set for (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Electric, 1,600-h.p., Variable-Gauge, 233*
  • Hydraulic 625-h.p., North British Locomotive Co., Ltd.), 651*
  • — Driving and Footplate Philosophy, 433
  • — Electric, Mining, 62-h.p. (Metropolitan-
  • Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), -279*
  • — — 2,958-h.p., for Netherlands Railways
  • (Baldwin Locomotive Works and Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.), 65* 6,000-h.p., Riding Control for Bogie of Swiss Federal Railways, 285*
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Award of Gold
  • Medal to R. A. Riddles, 51; Presidential Address by R. C. Bond on Motive Power on. British Railways, 439
  • — Mining, Use of, 242
  • — Shunting, Industrial (Yorkshire Engine
  • Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • — Standard, in India, 50 Years Ago, 801* 2-6-2 Tank, British Railways, 348*
  • — Steam, in America (Review), 273
  • — — for British Railways, Survey of, 439
  • — — Fireless (W. G. Bagnall, Ltd.), 608*
  • 4-6-2 Mixed-Traffic, British Railways, Tests of, 305
  • — See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX Logging Arch for Forestry (D. Brown Tractors
  • (Engineering), Ltd.), 826*
  • London Airport, Acoustic Wall at, 201*
  • — — Developments of, 397*
  • London Aluminium Co;, Ltd., Bulk-Cement Transporter, 109*
  • — Conference on Commonwealth Cable Stan
  • dards, 190
  • — Congress of International Federation of
  • Prestressing. See . Prestressing, International Federation of, London Congress
  • — Contractors’ Accident Prevention Group,
  • A Contractors’ Safety Organisation, by W. Dawes, 402
  • — County Council, Coronation Reception by,
  • 51; Scheme for Development of South Bank of River Thames, 532; Committee on Air Pollution in London, 659
  • — District Heating in, 422, 473*, 507*
  • — Docks, History and Features of, 637
  • — Fog of December, 1952, Effects of, 497
  • — Imperial College of Science and Technology,
  • Researches on Solar Energy, 409*
  • — Queen Mary College, Opening of Nuclear-
  • Particle Laboratory, 91; Investigation of Pressure Rise in Spark-Ignition Engines, 135*
  • — Transport Executive, Ultrasonic Flaw
  • Detector for Rails, 11*. See Addendum, 412; Surrey Docks Substation, 437*; One-Man Operated Omnibus, 607; Stock- well Garage, 703*; Escalator, “ Water- Fog ” Equipment for, 822; Rubber Suspension of Railway Bogies, 830*
  • — Underground Railways. See Under
  • ground and London Transport. Executive
  • Longden, G., and Son, Ltd., Sheffield Refuse- Disposal Plant, 633*; Laboratories of British Iron and Steel Research Association, 683*
  • Lord, J. H., on Rubber Manufacturing Industry, 692
  • Lorries. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors
  • Loudspeaker Systems, Trends in Design of, 760 Loughborough Switchgear Factory, Brush
  • Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 569*
  • Lovatt Wilson and Sons, Ltd., Stockwell Omnibus Garage, 703*
  • Low Loading Trailer Co., Ltd., 7-ton Short- Haul Trailer, 812*
  • Lubricant Testing (Review), 165
  • Lubricating Oils. See also Oils
  • Lubrication of Gears, 627, 632. See LETTER, 692
  • Lubricator, Grease, Single-Line (Trier Brothers, Ltd.), 296*
  • Lucas, J. C., on Use of Electrical Resistance Strain Gauges on Concrete Structures, 487 Luminescence and Scintillation Counter (Review), 644
  • Lybia, Sabratha, Roman City, “ Concrete ” from, 756*
  • Lynemouth Colliery, 1,225-h.p. Automatic Alternating-current Winding Machine, 774*
  • Lyon, A., and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Combined Electric Generator and Pumping Set, 790* Lyttelton Harbour, New Zealand, Investigations by Hydraulics Research Board, 18
  • MACADAM. See Roads and Tar
  • Machine Shops. See WorZrs and Machine Tools — Testing. See Testing Machine and Teste (Materials)

Machine Tools:

  • Automatic, Six-Spindle, for 1-in. Bars (Wickman, Ltd.), 249*
  • Bending Machine, Tube, Short-Radius Cold (Hilmor, Ltd.), 329*
  • Boring Bars, Tool Sleeves for (W. H. « Marley and Co., Ltd.), 286*
  • — Machine, Vertical, at Tank Factory, Leyland (C. Berthiez), 631*
  • — Mill, Large Universal (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 449*
  • — and Milling Machines for Machining
  • Turbine Casings (W. Asquith, Ltd.), 97*
  • Broach-Sharpening Machine (Coventry Gauge and Tool Co., Ltd.), 428*
  • Chucks for Lathes and Drilling Machines,
  • Accuracy of, Specification, 111 Clamping Equipment, Pneumatic (Baldwin Instrument Co., Ltd.), 327* Copying Attachment, Hydraulic, for
  • Machine Tools (Hayes Engineers (Leeds), Ltd.), 185* Cropping Machine, Hydraulic (Pilot
  • Works, Ltd.), 263*
  • ?Cutters, Gear-Shaving, Circular, Accuracy of, Specification, 367
  • Cutting Tools, Oil Cooling of, Research on, 690
  • Diehead, Thread-Rolling (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 683*
  • Drill, Pneumatic J-in. (Desoutter Brothers,
  • Ltd.), 294*
  • Corner (Desoutter Brothers, Ltd.), 294*
  • Rock, Manufacture by Atlas Diesel Co., Sweden, 641*
  • — Set, Pneumatic (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 326*
  • Drilling Machine with Air-Hydraulic Feed
  • Unit, W. J. Meddings, Ltd.), 260* for Armature Yokes (Kitchen <fe
  • Wade, Ltd.), 190*
  • — — Chucks for, Accuracy of, Specifica
  • tion, 111
  • Mining, 5-h.p. Electric (Hardypick, Ltd., and United Steel Companies, Ltd.), 58*
  • —• — Radial, Experiments on Vibrations of, 707*
  • Gear-Hobbing Machine, 100-in., for Turbine Gears (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 203*
  • — Shaving Cutters, Circular, Accuracy of, Specification, 367
  • Grinding Machine, Centreless (B.S.A. Tools,
  • Ltd.), 476*
  • — — Die (Morgan Fairest, Ltd.), 58* Electric, Portable (Wolf Electric
  • Tools, Ltd.), 575*
  • Strip, at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 365*
  • Surface (Bourdon Tools, Ltd.), 511* Surface, Heavy-Duty Precision (Snow and Co., Ltd.), 58*
  • — Wheel, Accident with, Legal Decision on, 691
  • Hacksaw Manufacture in Sheffield, 57* Hinge-Wiring Machine for Tin-Box Making Machinery (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 460*
  • Hobbing Machine, 100-in. for Turbine Gears (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 203*
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Lathe, 1-in. Capstan (Murad Developments, Ltd.), 292*
  • — Chucks for, Accuracy of, Specification, 111
  • — Copying, with Electromagnetic Tool Control (Heid Machine Building Corporation), 778*
  • — — Hydraulic, Attachment for (GEMA
  • Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H.), 235*
  • — Corrector, Screw-Thread, Precision (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 524*
  • — See also Automatic (above) Limit Gauging. See Gauges Machine-Shop Management. See Works
  • Management
  • — Tools at Ball Bearing Factory of Ransome and Maries Bearing Co., Ltd., 467, 555
  • at Earlsfleld Diesel-Engine Works of F. Perkins, Ltd., 12*
  • Hydraulic Copying Attachment for (Hayes Engineers (Leeds), Ltd.), 185* Industry, Productivity Teams’ Re- , port, 10
  • / — — for Machining Turbine Casings (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 97*
  • for Manufacture of Aerofoil Models, 218*
  • for Seamless Tube Manufacture, 164*, 193*, 225*
  • Structures, Vibrations of, Experiments on, 707*
  • Trades Association, Statement on Report of British Metalworking
  • Machine-Tool Productivity Team, 10 — Work, Tolerances in. See Gauges Milling and Boring Machines for Machining Turbine Casings (W. Asquith, Ltd.), 97*
  • — Machine, Heavy Duty (Victoria Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 25*
  • Optical Follower for (Salisbury Precision Engineering, Ltd.), 425* Mortising Machine, Chain, for Wood (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 284*
  • Planing Machine, 24-in. Panel (Wadkin Ltd.), 653*
  • Machine Tools—contiuued.
  • Pneumatic Drills. See Drills (above) Press, Brake, 30-ton (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 265*
  • — Forging, Hydraulic (G. Cohen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 683*
  • — 40-ton Geared, Inclinable (F. J.
  • Edwards, Ltd.), 256*
  • — Hydraulic, Butting, for Seamless Tube Manufacture, 193*
  • 6,000-ton Wheel-Forging (Davy and United Engineering Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • — 50-ton, with Pneumatic-Hydraulic
  • Accumulator (Finney Presses, Ltd.), 291*. See Erratum, 361
  • — Power, 100-ton, with Press-Brake Attachment (H. Raskin Works),'124*
  • — Slide, Dual Operation, for Tin-Box Making Machinery (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 460*
  • Reduction Machine, Cold, for Seamless- Tube Manufacture (Maschinenfabrik Meer A.G.), 162*
  • Rolls, Blade-Forging (Morgan Fairest, Ltd.), 58*
  • Sanding Machine,' Double-Disc, Dust Collector for (Dallow, Lambert and Co., Ltd.), 328*
  • Saw, Band, Tensioning of (Sanderson Brothers and Newbould, Ltd.), 57*
  • — Circular, Logging, Tractor-Operated (F. W. McConnell, Ltd.), 105*
  • — Sharpening and Gulleting Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 284*
  • — See also Backsaws (above)
  • Sawing Machine, Cold, Electrically- Driven (Voucher, Ltd.), 61
  • Sawmill, Mobile, 776*
  • Shaving Machine for 220-in. Gears (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 730*
  • Shearing Machine, Strip, at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 365*. See LETTER, 436*
  • Swaging Machine for Tagging Small Tubes, 226*
  • Tenoning Machine, Double-Ended (Wadkin, Ltd.), 653*
  • Thread-Rolling Diehead (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 683*
  • Tool-Holding Sleeve for Boring Bars (W. H. Marley and Co., Ltd.), 286*
  • — Pneumatic, Manufacture by Atlas Diesel Co., Sweden, 643
  • Swedish, ^Production of, 499
  • Trimming Machines for Tin-Box Making Machinery (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 460*
  • Truing Tools, Diamond, Dimensions of, Specification, 254
  • Tube, Seamless, Cold-Reduction Machine for (Maschinenfabrik Meer A.G.), 162*
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
  • — Machines, Automatic. See Automatic (above)
  • Crankpin, Vertical (A. Shardlow and Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • Woodworking Machinery, Chain Mortiser (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 284*
  • Mobile Sawmill, 776*
  • Planing Machine, 24-in. Panel (Wadkin, Ltd.), 653*
  • — — Saw-Sharpening and Gulleting Ma
  • chine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 284* Tenoning Machine (Wadkin, Ltd.), 653*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Machine Work. See Machine Tools
  • Machinery, Dangerous, Duty to Fence, 615
  • — Moving, Lawsuit on Injury from, 99. See
  • LETTER, 179
  • Machkund Hydro-Electric Scheme, South India, Tunnels for, 683
  • Mackay Industrial Equipment, Ltd., Crawler Tractor with Angle Dozer for Coal Compacting, 727*
  • Mackenzie. I. M., on Notch Ductility of Ship Plates. 70
  • Maclean, D. J., on Soil-Cement for Road Construction, 681
  • Mac. See also Me
  • “ Magister ” Twin-Jet Training Aircraft, 42* Magnel, Prof. G., on Ultimate Load Design of Prestressed Concrete, 490
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Anodes for Cathodic Protection, 650
  • Magnet, Permanent (Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd.), 91*
  • Crack Detector (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 5*
  • Magnetic “ Floater ” for Separating Ferrous Sheets (J. Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd.), 58*
  • — Tape Recording Equipment for British
  • Broadcasting Corporation, 381
  • — Materials, Combined Magnetisation of,
  • 517 697* 731
  • — Work of W. Gilbert (or Gilberd), 755. See
  • LETTER, 819
  • at Royal Observatories, 126
  • Magnetisation, Combined, of Magnetic Materials, 517, 697*, 731
  • " Maille Br6ze,” French Destroyer, Salvage Work on Wreck of, 608
  • Mains, Electric. See Gables under Electric
  • — Gas, Cathodic Protection of, 650
  • — Water, Carrying Capacity of, Reduction
  • with Age, 821
  • Mainstone, R. J., on Vibrating-Wire Strain Gauge for Tests on Structures, 153*
  • Maintenance Grader, 42-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined (Aveling-Barford, Ltd.), 668*
  • Major Electric Furnaces Pty. Ltd., 180-kW and 275-kW Hot-Galvanising Baths, 638*
  • Maley and Taunton, Ltd., Bogie for Single-Deck High-Speed Tramcars, 124*. See 254*. See Erratum, 199
  • Mallagh, J., and Son, Prestressed-Concrete Grain Silo at Dublin, 577*
  • Mallagh, T. J. S., on Prestressed-Concrete Grain Silo at Dublin, 577*
  • Malone, C. A, the Late, 526
  • Mamhilad, Monmouthshire, Experiments on Dressings for Soil Road at, 793
  • M.A.N. 35-b.h.p. Single-Cylinder. Diesel Engine, 216*
  • Management of Works. See Works Management
  • Managers, General, Institute of, objects, 755 Manchester Association of Engineers, Presidential Address by Prof. H. W. Baker on Industry and Technical Education, 467.
  • Manchester Dry Dock Co. versus Pugh, Legal Decision on, 691
  • — Electronic Equipment and Apparatus,
  • Exhibition, 19,183
  • — Fuel Efficiency Exhibition and Conference,
  • 691
  • — University, Stress Analysis by Electronic
  • Digital Computer, 230*, 277* ; Electronic Computing Machine of, 343, 349 Manometer, Wave, for Model of Table Bay Harbour, 245*, 267*
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Marconi-Siebe-Gorman Underwater Television Camera, 358*
  • Margolis, A. E., on District Heating, 473* 507*. See 422
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Auxiliary Set (Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd.), 327*
  • Machinery, 200-kW Diesel-Driven Generator (British Polar Engines, Ltd.), 391*
  • Machinery, 70-kW Diesel-Driven Generator (J. and H. McLaren, Ltd.), 323*
  • Machinery, 208-kW Diesel-Driven Generator (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 323*
  • Machinery, M.S. “ Pavia,” 92
  • Machinery, M.S. “ Samoa,” 217
  • Machinery, Self-Contained Cargo Winch (Clarke Chapman and Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • — — Machinery, Turbo-Electric Oil Tanker
  • “ Helix,” 620*
  • — — Machinery, S.S. “ Vigilant,” 158
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Manne
  • Propulsion
  • Marine Engineering Co. (Stockport), Ltd., Fitted Clutch Drive for Electric Motors, 183*
  • and Welding Exhibition, Olympia, 11, 21, 237*i 257*, 289*. See Erratum, 361, 321*. 353*, 391*
  • — Propulsion, 8,700-b.h.p. Burmeister and Wain
  • Diesel Engine, M.S. “ Samoa,” 217*
  • — — 32 5-b.h.p. Diesel Engine (D. Brown
  • Tractors, Ltd.), 327*
  • 440-s.h.p. Diesel Engine (H. Widdup and Co., Ltd.), 321*
  • — — 180-b.h.p. Diesel Engines for Motor
  • Launch for Royal Ceylon Navy, 301*
  • Four-Cylinder Doxford Diesel Engine, M.S. “ Pavia,” 92*
  • 5,400-b.h.p. Gas Turbine, H.M.S. “ Grey Goose,’.’ 673*
  • — _ 144-b.h.p. Gleniffer Diesel-Engined
  • Motor Yacht “ Morag Mhor,” 182
  • — -— Machinery Defects, Investigations on,
  • 628
  • Machinery for Motor Whale. Catcher “ Setter IX,” Model of (National Gas and Oil Co., Ltd.), 357*
  • _ Model of 8,250-s.h.p. Geared-Turbine (Pametrada), 297
  • Oil Fuel for. See OU Fuel
  • 3,500-h.p. Pametrada Marine Gas Turbine, 491*
  • 670-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Diesel Engine (Crossley Brothers, Ltd.), 289*
  • — — 1,450-i.h.p. Triple-Expansion Engines,
  • S.S. “ Vigilant.” 158
  • — — 300-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Oil Engine
  • (Fodens, Ltd;), 289*
  • — 8,300-s.h.p. Turbo-Electric Machinery, Oil Tanker “ Helix,” 619
  • See also ' Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers; and PARAGRAPH INDEX pellers ; Ship Resistance ; Torsionmeters ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Salvage. See Salvage
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam ; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Markham and Co.,- Ltd., 3,800-h.p. Colliery
  • Winding Machine, 59* ; Large Universal Boring Machine, 449*
  • Markland, E., on Compressible Flow Through Venturi Meter, 147
  • Marley, W. H., and Co.; Ltd., Tool. Sleeves for Boring Bars, 286*
  • Marmorera Dam on Julia River, Zurich, 132* Marriner, R. S., on Manufacture and Inspection of Aerofoil Models, 218*
  • Marrs, D. B., the Late, 366
  • Marsh, A., on Smokeless Zones in Industrial Cities, 83 ; on Air Pollution and the Law, 787
  • Marshall Richards Machine Co., Ltd., Wiredrawing Machine, 684*
  • Marshal], Sons and Co., Ltd., Tractor-Hauled Combined Harvester, 810*
  • Martin Baker Aircraft Co., Ltd., Lightweight Ejector Seat for Aircraft, 585
  • Maschinenfabrik Meer A.G., Cold-Reduction Machine for Seamless Tube Manufacture, 162*
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Experiments in Nuclear Reaction, 275
  • Mast, Aluminium-Alloy, Portable, for RadioTransmission Surveys (Standard Telecommunications Laboratories, Ltd.), 127*
  • “ Master ” Drafting Machine, 30
  • Materials, Engineering, Technology of (Review), 387
  • — Handling Equipment and Methods in
  • United States, Report, 369
  • — High-Temperature, Properties of, 455,
  • 505*, 537*
  • — Ministry of, Plant for Titanium Production,
  • 211
  • — Policy Commission of United States,
  • Report of, 381
  • Materials, Raw, Information on Conservation of, 20
  • — Strength of. See Stress and Tests
  • {Materials)
  • Mathematics, Advanced, in Physics and Engineering (Review), 613
  • — Foundations of, Introduction to (Review),
  • 644
  • — Relaxation Methods : A Retrospect, 691
  • — and Science, Graduate Teachers of, Report,
  • 754
  • Matthew, Prof. R. H., on Form and Function in Architecture and Engineering, 722
  • Matthews, R. H., the Late, 238 Matton-Sjoberg, P., on Mechanisms in Fracture
  • in Impact Tests, 70
  • Mauritius Railways, 625-h.p. Diesel-Hydraulic Locomotives, 651*
  • Mavitta Drafting Machines, Ltd., Drafting Machine, 30*
  • Maxim Engineering, Ltd., Petrol-Driven Portable Air Compressor, 791* ; General- Purpose Trailer, 813*
  • Mayson, O. F., on Duty to Fence Dangerous Machinery, 615
  • Mc.Brearty, J. F., on Structures for High- Speed Aircraft, 423
  • McConnel, F. W., Ltd., Power Arm for Agricultural Tractor, 105*
  • McGraw, C., the Late, 372 McGregor, J., the Late, 21
  • McGruer and Co., Ltd., Diesel-Driven Admiralty
  • Motor Barge, 170
  • McLaren, J. and H., Ltd., 70-kW Diesel-Driven Generator, 323*
  • McLean, F. C., on Application of Colour to Television Broadcasting, 441*. See 389 McPheat, J., on Estimation of Dissolved
  • Oxygen in De-Aerated Water, 103
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Meadi, Cairo, Shuman-Boys Solar Boiler at, 380*
  • Measurements, Remote Indication of, System for (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 672*
  • Measuring Devices, Fluid-Flow,' Problems of, 6*, 35*. See LETTER, 244*
  • — Instruments, Linear and Comparator
  • (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 523
  • Precision (J. Chesterman and Co., Ltd.), 58*
  • — Machine for Load and Deformation of Rubber, 196*

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Clayton and Manville Awards, 243
  • Summer Meeting, Sheffield :
  • Reports of Proceedings, 50
  • Engineering Industries of Sheffield, by M. A. Fiennes, 57*. See 50. See Erratum, 240
  • Metallurgical Industries of Sheffield, by by Dr. C. Sykes, 89*. See 50
  • London Meetings, Winter Session:
  • Annual Dinner, 531
  • Presidential Address by A. Roebuck on Training of Mechanical Engineers and Craftsmen, 533. See 531
  • Hawksley Lecture on Relaxation Methods: A Retrospect, by Sir R. Southwell, 691
  • New British Standard System of Limits and Fits, by H. G. Conway, 817
  • Practical Application of New British Standard System of Limits and Fits, by G. J. Pearmain, 817
  • Automobile Division :
  • Effect of Gradient on Fuel Consumption and Speed of Road Vehicles, by Dr. C. R. Webb, 44
  • East Midlands Branch :
  • Annual Dinner, 691 Midland Branch ;?
  • Some Live Load Tests on Wire Ropes and Fittings, by T. E. Dimbleby, 734* Mechanical Engineering Congress, International, Turin, Programme, 63 Research Board, Annual Report, 209 Research Laboratory, Equipment for
  • Compression-Creep Tlests at High Temperatures, by Dr. A. E. Johnson and N. E. Frost, 28*
  • — Handling Demonstration by Army, 499 Use of Pallets and Fork-Lift Trucks for,
  • 522
  • — Lubricator. See Lubricator
  • — Oscillating Systems and Circuits, Analogy
  • Between, 763*
  • — Stoker, See Stoker Mechanics, Wave (Review), 228
  • Mechanisms, Kinematics ,of (Review), 613 Medd, R. T., on What is Moving Machinery, 179. See 99
  • Meddings, W. J., Ltd., Drilling Machine with Air-Hydraulic Feed Unit, 260*
  • Megator Pumps and Compressors, Ltd., Demonstration of Extinguishing Oil Fires by Fog Nozzles, 671*. See LETTER, 787
  • “ Megger ” Insulation Tester, 290 Mellor, L., the Late, 718 Melville, Dundas and Whitson, Ltd., Aero
  • Engine Factory at East Kilbride, 717* Mercedes-Benz Motor Car, 587* Merchant Ships. See Ships; Steamers;
  • Motorships
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding, Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, Electronic Arc-Sup
  • pression Equipment for, 100*
  • Rectifier, Grid-Controlled (Nevelin Electric Co., Ltd.), 321
  • — Boiler, Use of Titanium in, 455 Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., Inspection Ladder
  • for Railway-Station Roofs, 118*
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, S.S. “ Vigilant,” 158*
  • Merz and McLellan, Ltd., Boiler Plant at Trafford Power Station, 676*
  • Metals, Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests
  • {Materials)
  • — Hard, Electrical Process for Cutting, 690
  • Metals, Institute of :
  • Autumn Meeting, Southport :
  • Programme, 170
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 402, 438 Nomination of Officers, 402
  • Autumn Lecture on The New Metal Titanium, by Dr. M. Cook, 427. See 402, 438
  • Reports of Discussions, 438, 470, 541 Visits and Excursions, 470 Stretcher-Strain Markings :
  • Some Observations on Occurrence of Stretcher-Strain Markings in Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys, by R. Chadwick and W. H. L. Hooper, 438
  • Influence of Composition on Incidence of Strain Markings in Aluminium Alloys, by W. H. L. Hooper, 438 Stepped Stress-Strain Curve of Some Aluminium Alloys, by N. Krup- nik and Prof. H. Ford, 438
  • Discontinuous Flow and Strain- Ageing in 6 per cent. Tin • Phosphor Bronze, by Dr. N. H. Polakowski, 438
  • Yield Point Phenomena and Stretcher- Strain Markings in Aluminium- Magnesium Alloys, by Dr. V. A. Phillips, A. J. Swain and R. Eborall, 439
  • Some Methods of Measuring Surface Topography as Applied to Stretcher-Strain Markings on Metal Sheet, by W. H. L. Hooper and Dr. J. Holden, -439
  • Effect of Composition and Heat Treatment on Yield Point Phenomena in Aluminium Alloys, by Dr. V. A. Phillips, 439 Priming Paints for Light Alloys, by
  • J. G. Rigg and E. W. Skerrey, 470 Discussion on Damping Capacity, 541 Oxidation and Sulphidation of Copper :
  • Oxidation of Copper in Temperature Range 200 deg. to 800 deg. C., by Dr. R. F. Tylecote, 470
  • Growth of Sulphide Films on Copper, by Drs. T. P. Hoar and A. J. P. Tucker, 470
  • Diffusion and Kirkendall Effect : Micrographic Aspects of Diffusion of Zinc and Aluminium in Copper, by Dr. H. Buckle and J. Blin, 470 Formation of Intracrystalline Voids in Solution-Treated Magnesium- Aluminium Alloys, by E. Lard- ner, 470
  • Structure of Nickel-Rich Alloys :
  • Constitution of Nickel-Rich Alloys of Nickel - Titanium - Aluminium System, by Dr. A. Taylor and R. W. Floyd,- 541
  • Study of Order-Disorder and Precipitation Phenomena in Nickel- Chromium Alloys, by Dr. A. Taylor and K. G. Hinton, 541
  • Constitution of Nickel-Rich Alloys of Nickel-Chromium System, by Dr. A. Taylor and R. W. Floyd, 541
  • Properties of Chromium and Its Alloys : Properties of Cast-Chromium Alloys at Elevated Temperatures, by Dr. A. H. Sully, E. A. Brandes and A. G. Provan, 541
  • Effect of Temperature and Purity on Ductility and Other Properties of Chromium, by Dr. A. H. Sully,
  • E. A. Brandes and K. W. Mitchell, 541
  • Metal, Liquid, Sampling Apparatus for, 735*
  • — Non-Ferrous, Semi-Manufactures of, and
  • Monopolies Commission, 179
  • — Sheet, Stretcher-Strain Markings in,
  • Methods of Measuring, 439
  • — Structure of. See Metallography ; Micro
  • photographs
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — World Production in 1951, 603
  • — Wrought, Non-Ferrous, Council, Formation
  • of, 532
  • — See Metallurgy; Microphotographs Metalastik, Ltd., Rubber Suspension of
  • Railway Bogies, 830*
  • Metallic Surfaces, Properties of (Review), 516 Metallography. See Metals; Metallurgy;
  • Microphotographs

Metallurgy :

  • Alloy, Aluminium, for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 481
  • — — Use in Building Construction, 120
  • Copper in, Analysis of, Specification,
  • 767.
  • for Lifeboats, Birmabright, 829 for Motor Yacht “ Morag Mhor,” 180*
  • for Riveting, Properties of, 513* Standard Parts, for Building Staging Units, 448*
  • Stretcher-Strain Markings in, 438
  • — Chromium, Properties of, 541
  • , — Copper-Base, Economic Utilisation of, Report on, 222
  • — — See also Bronze, etc.
  • — High-Temperature, Creep Tests of, 455, 505*, 537*
  • — Iron, Brittle Fracture of, 772
  • High-Purity, Tensile and Impact Properties of, 773
  • — Light, Priming Paints for, 470
  • — Magnesium - Aluminium, Solution- Treated, Formation of Voids in, 470
  • — Nickel-Molybdenum, Wrought (H. Wiggin and Co., Ltd.), 248
  • Rich, Structure of, 541
  • — Titanium, Forging for Aircraft Propeller Blades, 373*
  • Properties and Application of, 402, 427, 438, 455, 603, 635. See
  • LETTERS, 756, 787
  • Metallurgy—continued.
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces Bronze. See Bronze Cast Iron. See Cast Iron Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Foundry. See Foundry ; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces Heat Treatment of Aluminium Alloys, Effect on Yield Point Phenomena, 439
  • — ?— of Creep-Resisting Steels, Effect of,
  • 539*
  • Hardening of Saw Segments (Firth Brown 'I ools, 1 td ). 91•
  • Induction Bar-Hardening Machine (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 121* Tempering Temperature, Physical Properties of Steel as Functions of, 84 Iron Manufacture (Review), 740 — See also Furnaces, Blast
  • — Ore. See Ore Metals, Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgical Industries of Sheffield, 89* — Literature, Classification of, 376 — Research in Australia, 679 Metallurgists, Institution of, Platinum Metals Exhibition, 269, 461, 614 Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Slag Cement Plant at Cluanie Dam, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — and Iron, Manufacture of (Review), 740
  • — Manufacture Related to Blast-Furnace Practice, 701
  • Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute; Metals, Institute of; Microphotographs; Foundry; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Metcalf, B. L., on Men and Materials, 562 " Meteor N.F.ll ” Tailplane Aircraft,. 404* Meteorological Research in Australia, 680
  • — Station, Radar, Automatic, Pease Pottage,
  • Crawley, 299*
  • — Work at Royal Observatories, 126, 211 Meteorology, Radio, Formation of, 316 Meters, Flow, Electromagnetic (Tobi N.V.),
  • 542*
  • Mercurial (G. Kent, Ltd.), 702
  • — Poise, for Oil (Dobbie Mclnnes, Ltd.), 392
  • — Venturi, Calculation of Compressible Flow
  • Through, 147
  • — See also Electrie
  • Methane Explosions. See Accidents
  • — Use in Dual-Fuel Engines at Point of Ayr
  • Colliery, 136
  • Metrological Research in Australia, 679
  • Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., 1,000-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 139*. See Addendum, 212
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Permanent-Magnet Crack Detector, 5*; Electrical Equipment for High-Speed Tramcars, 124*, 254*. See Erratum, 199; 250-Ampere Inert-Arc Welding Equipment, 261*; Control Panel for 8,000-s.h.p. Marine Steam Turbine, 262*; Model of 120-MVA 132/275-kV Transformer, 262*; 62-h.p. Electric Mining Locomotive, 279*; 25-MW Turbo-Generator,, 283* ; Electric Motor at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363*. See LETTER, 436*. Switchgear for Uskmouth Power Station, 552*; Portable Daylight Fluoroscope, 573*; Plant for Portuguese Hydro-Electric. Schemes, 660*; Unified Boiler Control System, 676*; Fluorescent Lighting for Stockwell Garage, 703*: 1,225-h.p.
  • Automatic Alternating-Current Winding Machine, 774*
  • — Water Board, Dismantling of Old Beam
  • Engines, 501*
  • — See also Zonrfon
  • MIAG Miihlenbau und Industrie G.m.b.H., Equipment for Grain Silo at Dublin, 580* Micrometer, Braille (Moore and Wright (Sheffield), Ltd.), 58*
  • Microphotographs, Creep-Resisting Steels, 538*
  • — Surface of Hardened Bar of Steel, 121 *
  • — Thick-Walled Tube, 225*
  • Microscope for Edges of Turbine Blades (Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd.). 192*
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Microphotographs
  • Middle East, Cathodic Protection of Oil Pipelines, 650
  • — Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, Irrigation
  • and Sediment Problems of, 3
  • Midlands, Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 814. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Military Motor Transport. See Motor
  • Mill, Coal-Pulverising (Clarke, Chanman and Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • — Hammer, Electric (Scottish Mechanical
  • Light Industries, Ltd.), 791*
  • — Pulverising, Uskmouth Power Station, 553*
  • — Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Miller, R, H., on Factors Affecting Helicopter Design, 454*
  • Milling and Grease-Producing Plant, High- Speed (Fryma Machinery Co., Ltd.), 253*
  • — Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools Mills, C. A., Model of Pumping Plant at Cardon
  • Refinery, Venezuela, 394*
  • Millspaugh, Ltd., Paper-Making Machine, 59*; Centrifugal-Casting Foundry, 594, 629* Milsum, J. H., on Aircraft De-icing by Thermal Methods, 424
  • Minchom-Sempun Flaw Detector, 736* Mines, Chief Inspector’s Report, 242
  • — Coal. See Collieries
  • — East Pool, Camborne, Cornwall, Pithead-
  • Gear Collapse at, 402
  • — Ore Loader (Atlas Diesel Co.), 643*
  • — and Quarries, Inspector’s Report, 1951, 659
  • — Safety in, Research on, Annual Report on.
  • 626
  • —: Winding. See Winding
  • —-See also Coal; Collieries; Mining; Ores; Winding; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mineral Oils. See OiZs
  • Mineral Resources, World, Their Occurrence and Utilisation, 381. 562
  • — See also Coal; Mining; Ores; and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Minijet ” Light Training Aircraft, 44*
  • Mining Machinery of Atlas Diesel Co., Sweden. 641*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ministry of Labour and National Service. See under Zaftour
  • — of Supply. See Supply
  • — of Transport. See Transport
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., Automatic- Control Equipment for Diesel Engine, 235*
  • Mirrors for Solar Energy Schemes, 379*, 409*
  • Mitchel] Construction Co., Ltd., Slag Cement Plant at Cluanie Dam, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • Mitchell. J., on Steelmaking Related to Blast- Furnace Practice, 701
  • Mitchell, K. W., on Properties of Chromium and Its Alloys. 541
  • Mixer, Agricultural. Tractor-Operated (F. W. McConnel, Ltd.), 105*
  • Model, 120-MVA 275/132-kV Auto Transformer (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 263*
  • — for Determining Transformer Transient Voltages, 118
  • — Engineer Exhibition, -275
  • — Experiments. See Aeronautics; Tanfc Ex
  • periments
  • — of Gas-Turbine Driven Compressor (Harland
  • and Wolff, Ltd.), 394*
  • — of 8,250-s.h.p. Geared Marine Steam
  • Turbine (Pametrada),. 297
  • — of Machinery for “ Setter IX ” Whale
  • Catcher (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 357*
  • — of Marine Boiler with Controlled Superheat
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.), 393*
  • — of L. Mond’s Laboratory of 1888, 87*
  • — of Pumping Plant at Cardon Refinery,
  • Venezuela (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 394*
  • — of River Severn at Bull’s Bridge Research
  • Laboratory, 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • — of Sextuple-Effect Evapotirang Plant
  • (G. and J. Weir, Ltd.), 395*
  • — for Stress Determination! See Photo
  • Elastic
  • — Structures of Celluloid, Tests by Iso
  • dynamometer, 517, 665*
  • — of Table Bay Harbour, Measurement of
  • Wave Heights in, 245*, 267*
  • — Thermo-Hydraulic, of River Calder and Aire
  • and Calder Canal, 138. See LETTER, 212
  • — 120-MVA 132/275-kV Transformer (Metro
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • Mond, L., His Laboratory in 1888, Model of, 87* Mond Nickel Cd., Ltd., Model of L. Mond’s
  • Laboratory, 1888, 87*
  • Monitoring Service for British Broadcasting Corporation, Receivers for, 137*
  • Monk, A., and Co., Ltd., Tank Factory, Leyland, Lancashire, 630*
  • Monmouthshire, Mamhilad, Experiments on Dressings for Soil Road at, 793
  • Monoplane. See Aeronautics
  • Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Commission and Semi-Manufactures of Non- ' Ferrous Metals, 179
  • Monsanto Chemicals, Ltd., Ethyl Silicate for Foundry.Use, 239
  • Moore and Wright (Sheffield), Ltd., Braille Micrometer, 58*
  • “Mopumps ” for Hot Liquids, 263*
  • “ Morag Mhor,” All-Welded Aluminium-Alloy Motor Yacht, 180*
  • Morane Saulnier Co., “ Fleuret ” Twin-Jet Training Airrraf*. 43*
  • Morecambe Bay, Investigations by Hydraulics Research Board, 18
  • Morgan Fairest, Ltd., Blade-Forging Rolls, 58* Morgan, J. (Builders), Ltd., Uskmouth Power Station, 552*
  • Morison, A. McA., the Late, 654
  • Morphew, K. L., on Applications of Calorimetry with Reference to Magnetic Steels, 765. See 517
  • Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd., Overdrive Gearbox for Heavy Vehicles, 512*
  • Morris “ Minor ” Motor Car, 534
  • Mortising Machines. See Machine Tools Moscow, District Heating-in, 473*, 507
  • Motion and Time Studies, Use and Techniques of, 390
  • Motor Barge. See Motor Boat'
  • — Boat, Admiralty Barge, 70-b.h.p. Diesel-
  • Driven (McGruer and Co., Ltd.), 170
  • Aluminium-Alloy Launch for Pakistan (Grimston Astor, Ltd.), 416*
  • D. C. Endert, Jr., Experiments with Launch, 403, 425
  • 35-b.h.p. Diesel-Driven Jolly Boat (R. A. Newman and Sons, Ltd.), 170
  • Fishing Cruiser “ Gay Jane ” (Albatross Marine, Ltd.), 777*
  • Inspection Launch for Royal Ceylon Navy (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 301* “ Morag Mhor,” All-Welded Aluminium- Alloy Yacht, 180*
  • Triple-Screw Launch for Venezuela (J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.), 680*
  • — Car Engines. See Engines, Petrol
  • Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers,
  • Institution of, Automobile Division
  • Exhibition, International, Earl’s Court, Engineering Developments at, 529, 534*, 565*, 587*
  • Ferry Terminal at Dover, 55*
  • Fuels. See Motor Fuels
  • —- —- Gearbox, Over-Drive, for Heavy Vehicles (Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd.); 512*
  • Goodwood International Race. 275
  • Two-Stroke Oil Engines for, Tests of; 385*, 419*. See Erratum, 519
  • Two-Stroke, 12-h.p., Oil Engine for (Turner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 663*
  • See also Motor Vehicles; Motor Cycles; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • — Cycle and Cycle Show, Earl’s Court, 659
  • Motors, Electric, for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen (Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto Co., Ltd.), 482*
  • for Circular-Kiln Brick-Making Plant (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 825*
  • 7 151-h.p., Control Panel for (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 258*
  • — — Electronic Control Cubicle for (British
  • 1 Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • Fitted Clutch Drive for (Marine Engineering Co. (Stockport), Ltd.), 183*
  • Fractional Horse-Power (Hoover, Ltd.), 353
  • Sr— Geared (A. Wiseman and Co., Ltd.), 356* Geared, Low-Speed (Higgs Motors; Ltd.), 320*
  • 67-h.p., and Hessian: Air Filter, 677*
  • —• — for Paper-Making Machine, 595*
  • at Shepcote Lane Works of Firth- Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd. (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.}; and (Metro- politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 332*, 363*. See LETTER, 436*
  • 45-h.p., for Single-Deck High-Speed Tramcars, 125*. See 254*. See Erratum, 199
  • Slip-Ring 80-li.p. (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 258*
  • Slip-Ring, Drip-Proof (Newman Industrie!; Ltd.), 262*
  • Squirrel Cage, Standard (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 258*
  • Starters for (Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd.), 326*
  • Starter; for Oil Engines (C.A.V., Ltd.), 325*, 791*
  • Totally-Enclosed Rptor Starters for (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 328*
  • —-— Traction, for 1,500-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 172*
  • 493-h.p. Traction, for Locomotive, 66*
  • — Fuels, Engine Research on, 37*
  • Motor Gear and Engineering Co., Ltd., Worm Reduction Gearbox, 291*
  • — Industry Research Association, Lindley
  • High-Speed Test Track, 747
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics ;
  • Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Jolly Boat. See Motor Boat
  • — Launches. See Motor Boats
  • — Lorries. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Manufacturers, Commercial, and Road
  • Transport, Spurrier Lecture, 821
  • — Marine. See Engines; Marine Propulsion;
  • Motorships
  • — Omnibus, One-Man Operated (Guy Motors,
  • Ltd.), 607
  • Trends in Design of, 821
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. ttee Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats; MotorCars; Tractors
  • — Road Rollers. See Road Rollers
  • — Spirit. See Motor Fuel
  • — Tractors; See Tractors
  • — Truck, Diesel-Driven, for Charging Furnaces
  • (Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Ltd.), 412*
  • Fork-Lift, Battery-Operated (Lansing Bagnell. Ltd.), 203*
  • Fork-Lift, and Palletisation, Advantages of, 522
  • lf-h.p. Petrol-Engined (Excelsior Motor Co., Ltd.), 32*
  • — Vehicle, Effect of Gradient on Fuel Con
  • sumption and Speed of, 44
  • Gearbox, Five-Speed Constant-Mesh (D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 191*
  • High-Speed Test Track for, Lindley, 747' Lorry for Bulk Transport of Carbon Black (Scammell Lorries, Ltd.), 429*
  • Lorry, Heavy, Overdrive-Gearbox for (Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd,), 512*
  • Lorry Loader, Hydraulic (R. H. Neal and Co.,-Ltd.), 652*
  • Lorry-Mounted Tower Crane (Steels Engineering Products, Ltd.), 813*’
  • Transport by Tank Landing Ships, 522 Van for High-Voltage Cable Tests (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 62*
  • — — Wark of Road Research Board on
  • Equipment of, 177
  • — Wagons. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors
  • Motorships Under Construction, Lloyds Statistics, 137, 562
  • — “ Ilala ” in 500-ton Floating Dock, 200*
  • — Launches and trial Trips of, 15, 47, 79, 111,
  • 159, 187, 207, 248, 303, 335, 472, 540, 601, 670, 732, 799, 826
  • — “ Pavia,” Cunard Cargo Liner, 92*
  • — “ Samoa,” Cargo Liner, 217*
  • Mouchel, L. G., and Partners, Uskmouth Power Station, 552*
  • Mould, Shell, Pneumatic Clamp for, 296* —--.Steel Ingot (Brightside Foundry &
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 90*
  • Moulding Flask for Millspaugh Centrifugal- Casting Foundry, 594, 629*
  • — Foundry, Ethyl Silicate for Use with, 239
  • — Machines, Wood. See Machine Tools
  • — Shell, Process, Introduction and Apprecia
  • tion; 251, 285
  • Pneumatic Clamp'for Mould, 296*
  • — See also Foundry
  • Moundson, M. H., on Design and Manufacture of Street Lighting Lanterns. 370
  • Mountstuart Dry Docks, Ltd., Tank-Cleaning Plant for Oil Tankers. 149*
  • Mower, Gang, and Loader (E. S. Walley and Co., Ltd.), 106*
  • Mowlem, J., and Co., Ltd., Blithfield Reservoir, 598*
  • Mudd, O. C., on Economic Aspects of Corrosion Control, 650
  • Milliard, Ltd., Film Strips for Teaching Electrical Engineering, 83; Independent Side-Band Communications Receiver, 184; Automatic Radar Meteorological Station, Crawley, 299*
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers i
  • Municipal Tramways. See Tramways
  • Murad Developments, Ltd., 1-in. Capstan Lathe, 292*
  • Murex, Ltd., Arc-Welding Transformer Equipment, 356*
  • Murphy, T., on Webb’s Approximation of Sec 0, 298
  • Murray, L. J., on Electronics in Switching of Telephone Calls, 413*, 445*.1 See 389
  • Museum, Camborne, Holman Brothers, Ltd., Rostowrack Cornish Engine at, 341*, 371
  • — Royal Scottish, Edinburgh, Annual Report,
  • 83
  • — of Science and Industry, Birmingham,
  • Opening of Engineering Hall, 214*. See LETTER, 276*
  • South Kensington, Booklet on “ Conquest of the Air,” 818
  • “ Mystdre ” Fighting Aircraft, 74*
  • NATIONAAL Luchvaart Laboratorium, Card Catalogue of Aerodynamic Measurements, 376
  • Rational Coal Board, Abernant Colliery Project, 243; Apprentice Training Scheme, 627;
  • I, 225-h.p. Automatic Alternating-Current’ Winding Machine, 774*
  • -=»- Dock Labour Board, Annual Report, 114 National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 306-b.h.p.
  • Eight-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 323*; Model of Machinery for Whale Catcher “ Setter IX,” 357*; Pressure-Charged Gas Engine,. 748*
  • — Industrial Development' Council of Wales
  • and Monmouthshire, Welsh Industries Fair, 412*
  • Fuel Efficiency Service, Formation of, 562
  • — Physical Laboratory, Manufacture and
  • Inspection of Aerofoil Models, by R. S. Marriner, 218*; Automatic Digital Computer of, 344, 351; Interferometer for Measuring Slip Gauges, by D. C. Barnes and M. J. Puttock, 757*
  • — Radio and Television Exhibition, 338
  • — Research Development Corporation, Annual
  • Report, 818
  • — Smoke Abatement Society, Glasgow Con
  • ference, London Fog Disaster, by Dr. A. Parker, 497; Smoke from Domestic Fires and Industrial Fires, by Dr. F. J. Eaton, G. E. Hall and I. Jacob, 497. Efficient and Smokeless Combustion of
  •  ? Fuel Oils, by K. H. Sambrook, 498; Availability and Distribution, by C. Buist,
  • J. O. Cooke, E. J. David and H. H. Prosser, 498; Smokeless Zones,' by Dr. T. M. Clayton, 498
  • — Union of Manufacturers, Memorandum on
  • Parallel Operation of Public and Private Electricity Systems, 626
  • Nationalisation of Electricity Supply, First Five Years of, 663
  • — of Water Supply, Statement on, 371 Natural Gas, Use in Canada, 820 Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics

Naval Architects, Institution of:

  • Autumn Meeting, Holland:
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 403
  • H.R.H. Prince of Netherlands, Acceptance of Honorary Membership, 403, 426
  • History and Characteristics of Netherlands, by Prof. H. E. Jaeger, 403
  • Dinner, 403
  • Visits and Excursions, 403
  • Reports of Discussions, 403, 425, 468, 486, 520, 584, 628
  • Present-Day Development of Ship Model Research in Netherlands Ship Model Basin at Wageningen, by Prof. W. P. A. Van Lammerein, 403. See 425
  • Tests of Launching Greases by J. Brown and J. M. Ferguson, 468
  • Optical Marking-Off System for Plates and Sections in Shipbuilding, by J. H. Krietemeijer, 570*. See 468, 486
  • On Propeller Manufacture with Special Reference to Planing of Blades and Dimensional Accuracy, by Prof. L. C. Burrill, 520
  • Hydromechanics Research Programme of Bureau of Ships, U.S. Navy, by Dr.
  • F. H. Todd, 584
  • Investigations of Ships’ Hull and Machinery Defects, by T. W. Bunyan, 628 Naval Architecture. See also Warships
  • — Construction Research Establishment, Test
  • ing Frame for Ships’ Structures, 115* See also Warships Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Light for “ Ambrose ” Lightship (Chance
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 234* 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., Hydraulic Lorry Loader, 652*
  • Neill, J. A., on High-Speed Track for Motor Vehicles, 747
  • Neill, J., and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., Hacksaw Manufacture, 57*; Magnetic “Floater ” for Separating Ferrous Sheets, 58*
  • Netherlands, History and Developments in, 403
  • — Iron and Steel Industry in, 488, 542
  • — Meeting, Institution of Naval Architects.
  • See Naval Architects
  • — Railways, 2,958-h.p. Electric Locomotives,
  • 65*
  • Networks, A. C., and Power Transmission Lines (Review), 99
  • Nevelin Electric Co., Ltd., Grid-Controlled Mercury-Arc Rectifier, 321
  • New Mexico, Fort Sumner Dam, Degradation of, 4*
  • New Mexico, Middle Rio Grande Valley, Irriga' tion and Sediment Problems of, 3
  • — South Wales Government Railways, 1,000-
  • h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive for, 139*. See Addendum, .212; Electronic Arc Suppression in Traction Rectifiers, 773
  • — Zealand Government Railways, 1,500-h.p.
  • Diesel-Electric Traction Set, 354*
  • Lyttelton Harbour, Investigations by Hydraulics Research Board, 18
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, King’s College, Appeal for, 306, 558
  • Newcomen, T.. -Commemoration of Anniversary of, 244
  • Newman Industries, Ltd., Drip-Proof Slip- Ring Electric Motor, 262*; Heid Copying Lathe with Electromagnetic Tool Control, 778*
  • Newman, R. A. and Sons, Ltd., 35-b.h.p. Diesel- Driven Motor Jolly Boat, 170
  • Newport, R. J., on Tunnels for Machkund Hydro-Electric Scheme, 683
  • Newsham, R'., On Use of Electrical Resistance Strain Gauges on Concrete Structures, 487 Newton Chambers and Co., Ltd., l|-cub. yd. Diesel-Driven Excavator, 59*
  • Newton Collins, Ltd., Dust-Extractor Plant at Sheffield Refuse-Disposal Plant, 634
  • Nickel Anodes and Salts for Electroplating, Specification, 829
  • — Carbonyl, Discovery by L. Mond, 87*
  • — Electroplated Coatings of. Specification, 829 “ Niforge ” Die Casting (Carron-Parlanti,
  • Ltd.), 762
  • N.L.L. Card Catalogue of Aerodynamic Measurements, 376
  • Nock, O. S., on Decentralisation of British Railways, 20. See LETTER, 84
  • Noise, Atmospheric, from Lightning, Investigations on, 241
  • — Engine, Practical Aspects, of, 692
  • — Radio, from Sky, Investigations of, 316 Non-Ferrous Die Casting Co., Ltd., Reorganisation of Die-Casting Foundry of, 185*
  • — — Metals. See Metals; Metallurgy
  • Norsk Flyindustri A/S, Aluminium Lifeboat with 10-h.p. Petter Diesel Engine, 829*
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation>Proposals for Aeronautical Documentation, 499
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., 625-h.p. Diesel-Hydraulic Locomotives, 651*
  • — Carolina, Kitty Hawk, Wright Brothers
  • Flights at, 737*, 753. See Errata, 791
  • — Notes from. See Scotland
  • — of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, Slag
  • Cement Plant at Cluanie Dam, 557W* See Erratum, 640
  • — Wales, Aber Gorge, Use of Rockets for Con
  • ductor Stringing Across, 114
  • Northern Aluminium Co., Ltd., Bulk-Cement Transporter, 109*; Aluminium Alloy for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 481*
  • Notched-Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Notes. See Lancashire and South Yorkshire; Midlands; Scotland; South-West; Labour. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — on New Books. See Books and LITERATURE
  • INDEX
  • Nottingham, Aslib Conference, Classification System of American Society for Metals and Special Libraries Association, by P. E. Colinese, 376
  • — University, Stuart Lecture on Engine
  • Research in Fuels and Lubricants, by Dr. C. G. Williams, 37*; Machine.for Measuring Load and Deformation of Rubber, 196*; Investigation on Bending of Simply Supported Rectangular Plates, 308*, 358* Nozzles for Fluid-Flow Measurement, Problems of, 6*, 35*. See LETTER, 244*
  • — Fog, for Extinguishing Oil Fires, 671*.
  • See LETTER. 787
  • Nuclear Energy for British Power Stations, 818, 828
  • Possibility of Development of, 345*, 372, 381. See Ewattwn, 375
  • — Particle Laboratory, Queen Mary College,
  • London, Opening of, 91
  • — Power Economic, Outlook for, 345*, 372,
  • 381. See Erratum, 375
  • — Reactions, Low-Energy, Experiments on,
  • 275
  • — Research, European Organisation for,
  • Establishment of, 179
  • Nuffield Foundation, Report of, 371
  • and Royal Society, Commonwealth Bursaries, 147
  • — Organisation, 43-h.p. Four-Cylinder Vapor-
  • ising-Oil Engine, 22*
  • Numbers, Preferred, British Standard Publication, 829
  • Nuts and Bolts for Aircraft, Steel and Aluminium-Alloy, Specification, 15.
  • — Runner for Use in Corners (Desoutter
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 294*
  • — Screws and Bolts, Black, Specification, 606 Machine, Unified, Specification, 512 Nyasaland Railways, Ltd., 500-ton Floating
  • Dock on Lake Nyasa, 200*; Aluminium Wagon for, 798
  • Nylon Factory, Control of Air Conditioning in, 62

Obituary:

  • Barnett, W. A., 796
  • Bassett-Lowke, W. J., 607
  • Bedford, R. W., 522
  • Blackbum, A. B. E., 435
  • Bock, A. F., 47
  • Bond, F. W., 586
  • Bouasse, Prof. H., 788*
  • Butler, P., 436
  • Carter, T., 60
  • Charlton, R. B., 14
  • Clutterbuck, H. S., 564
  • Cottee, J. W., 238
  • Crossley, F. P. I„ 366
  • Darley, Sir B. D., 244
  • Dawson, W., 46
  • Denton, C. R., 110
  • Donking, T. H., 590
  • Dyball, R. S., 718
  • Edgecombe, J. E., 212
  • Evans, A. D., 782
  • Fawssett, E., 110
  • Fenwick, W. O., 308
  • Fife, R. B., 558
  • Ford, J., 526
  • Fraser, J. J., 170
  • Gardner, C. A., 590
  • Glover, Col. G. T., 78
  • Gourley, J. H., 334
  • Grey, C. G., 789
  • Harmer, F., 366
  • Hartt, F., 813
  • Heywood, T. E. H., 789
  • Hood, W., 693
  • Hughes, W. C., 686
  • Humphrey, G., 558
  • Hutton, D., 814
  • Kellett, W., 46
  • Kelley, Dr. G. L., 244
  • Kilner, Major Sir H., 212*
  • Ledward, H., 781
  • le Maistre, C., 84
  • Malone, C. A., 526
  • Marrs, D. B., 366
  • Matthews, R. H., 238
  • McGraw, C., 372
  • McGregor, J., 21
  • Mellor, L., 718
  • Morison, A. McA., 654
  • Onyon, Eng.-Capt. W., 148
  • Orchard, R. W., 398
  • Parkin, F. M.,.622
  • Pendred, L. St. L., 693*
  • Poppleton, C., 270
  • Prandtl, Prof. L., 275
  • Pyke, L., 756
  • Rattee, S. G., 51
  • Rawlings, W. R., 621
  • Readhead, Lady, 590
  • Richardson, Lieut.-Col. Sir P. Wigham, 718
  • Ripley, L., 500
  • Robson, J. T., 302
  • Sarjeant, C. J., 622
  • Saxton, W. H., 494
  • Siddons, R. A., 78
  • Simpson, J., 494
  • Smith, F. S., 490
  • Smith, Prof. S. P., 276
  • Spanner, E. F., 212.. See LETTER, 338
  • Sulzer, Dr. R., 21*
  • Swift, F., 590
  • Thomas, B., 11
  • Thompson, W., 276
  • Tingle, F. L., 270
  • Vignoles, Lt.-Col. W. A., 563
  • Viner, A., the Late, 814
  • Waddington, R. B., 490
  • Walker, R. C., 381
  • Watts, P. J., 250
  • Wells, G. E., 28
  • Westwood, Lord, 447
  • Whipple, R. S„ 820*
  • Williamson, J., 276
  • Wilson, A., 686
  • Wilson, R., 270
  • Winder, Sir A., 819
  • Wright, Sir J., 114, 148*, 213
  • Yates, W., 135
  • Observatory, Royal, Greenwich, Herstmonceux, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 125,211
  • Obsolete Production Equipment in United States, Survey, 627
  • “ Ocean Vulcan,” S.S., Sea Trials of, Report (Review), 165
  • Officers (Merchant Navy) Federation, Jubilee of, 402
  • Ohio, Dayton, Work of W. and O. Wright, 737*, 753. See Errata, 791
  • — United States, Atomic Power and Elec
  • tricity Supply in, 818
  • Oil Burner. See Oil-Fuel Burner
  • — Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars;
  • Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Fires, Extinguishing by Fog Nozzles,
  • Demonstration of, 671*. See LETTER, 787
  • — Flames, Length of, in Open-Hearth Furnace,
  • 725. 744
  • Oil-Fuel Burner, Safety Mechanism for (British Combustion Equipment, Ltd.), 634*
  • Burning Equipment, Test House for, White’s Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., 119*
  • Heavy, Centrifuge for (Sharpies Centrifuges, Ltd.), 798*
  • Smokeless Combustion of, 498
  • — Lubricating, Engine Research on, 37*
  • — Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Vehicles;
  • Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — and Petrol Bulk Terminal Wandsworth, 308 Pipe Coupling (Tufnol, Ltd.), 260*
  • — Pipeline, Cathodic Protection of, 650
  • — Production from Coal, Fischer-Tropsch
  • Process for, 296, 297
  • — Purifier (Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • — Refining in Europe, Report on, 210
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • — Tankers, Cleaning Plant for Tanks of, 149* under Construction, Lloyds Statistics,
  • 137, 562
  • “ Helix,” Turbo-Electric Steamer, 619* Launches and Trial Trips of, 15, 47, 79,
  • 111, 159, 187, 207, 248, 303, 335, 472, 540, 601, 670, 732, 799, 826
  • “ Schenectady,” Failure of, 70,187
  • — — “ World Enterprise,” “ Weldex ” Air
  • Preheater for, 417*
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Waste, Firing Unit for (Kamel Products,
  • Ltd.), 640*
  • — See also Lubrication; Petroleum
  • Old Centralians Association, Annual Dinner, 692
  • Oldbury Works of Accles and Pollock, Ltd., 161*, 193*, 225*
  • Olsen, A. J. C., Yeast Factory at Dovercourt, 76*
  • Olympia. See Exhibition
  • “ Olympus Canberra ” Flying Test-Bed, 406 “ Omnia ” Gearbox, Variable Drive, 829* Omnibus, Motor. See Motor Omnibus Onyon, Eng>Oapt. W., the Late, 148 Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Opening Bridges. See Bridges
  • Operating Machinery for Bascule Bridge, Aberdeen, 481*
  • Optical Marking-Off System for Plates and Sections /in Shipbuilding, ^86, 570*
  • /— Measuring Tools, Ltd., Optical Equipment for Large Universal Boring Machine, 450*
  • Optics, Work of W. H. Wollaston in, 614
  • Orange Free State Coalbrook Fischer-Tropsch Plant, 297
  • Orbits, Rocket and Comet, Tables for (Review), 613
  • Orchard, R. W., the Late, 398
  • Ore, Iron, Crushing Rolls for (Hadfields Ltd.), 59*
  • Mine Loaders (Atlas Diesel Co.), 643*
  • — — Preparation Research on North-East
  • Coast, 116*
  • Orifices for Fluid-Flow Measurement, Problems of, 6*, 35*. See LETTER, 244*
  • Orloff, G., on 4,000-lb. per sq. in. Hydraulic Systems, 766*
  • Orr, J. L., on Aircraft De-Icing by Thermal Methods, 424
  • “ Orsova,” S.S., “ Weldex ” Bled-Steam Air Preheater for, 417*
  • Osborn, S., and Co., Ltd., Tube Expanders, 57*; Expanding Tap, 57*
  • Oscillating Systems, Mechanical, and Electric Circuits, Analogy Between, 763*
  • Oscillations, Electric. See Electric
  • Oudeman, M., on Composition of Magnesium Anodes for Cathodic Protection, 650
  • Ovens, Drying, Gas-Fired, for Printed Steel Sheets (Stordy Engineering Ltd.), 779*
  • Overdrive Unit, Laycock de-Normanville, Car 587*
  • Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • — Lines, Power Transmission and A.C. Net
  • works (Review), 99
  • Power Transmission, British, Economics of, 827
  • Power Transmission, British Electricity Authority’s Annual Report, 466
  • — — Power Transmission, Insulation for, 767 Power Transmission, Lancaster-More-
  • cambe-Heysham Railway Line, 459*
  • Power Transmission, Use of Rocket for Conductor Stringing, 114
  • Power Transmission, 275-kV System, 122*
  • Power Transmission, 275-kV Tubular Tower for, 678*. See LETTER, 787
  • Power Transmission, Wood Poles for, Specification, 79
  • Overload, Torque, Safety Device for, 682*
  • “ Overturn ” and Stratification, in Lakes and Reservoirs, 821
  • Oxford University, Conference on Young Worker: Education for Human Relations, 660
  • Oxy-Acetylene Blowpipe. See Blowpipe Welding. See Welding
  • “ Oxybloc ” Oxygen Generator, 704*
  • Oxygen, Dissolved, in De-Aerated Water, Estimation of, 103
  • — Generating Plant (Air Products Inc.), 237* Plant (The Butterley Co., Ltd.), 237*
  • — Generator, Portable (K. W. Chemicals, Ltd.), 704*
  • “ P.111A ” Delta-Wing Research Aircraft, 375*
  • “ Packaged ” 250-b.h.p. Diesel-Driven Power Unit, 289*
  • Paint, Priming, for Light Alloys, 470
  • Painter Brothers, Ltd., Portable Aluminium- Alloy Mast, 127*
  • Pakistan and Northern India, Land Reclamation’ in, 233
  • Palladium, Discovery by W. H. Wollaston, 614. See 269, 461
  • Palletisation and Unit Loads, Symposium on, 522
  • Palmer, G. A. S., “ Tobiflux ” Flow Meters, 542*
  • P.A.M., Ltd., Temperature and Humidity Control Units, 171*
  • Pametrada, Model of 8,250-s.h.p. Geared Marine Steam Turbine, 297; Guarding Valve for Sensitive Vacuum Gauge, 297*; 3,500-h.p. Marine Gas Turbine, 491*
  • Panel Fasteners, “ Vibrex ” (Silentbloc, Ltd.), 827*
  • — Measuring and Control, for Industrial Pro
  • cesses, Dimensional Features of, Specification, 288
  • Panhard “ Dyna ” Motor Car, 535*
  • Pannell, J. P. M., on Survival at Sea, 532. See 458, 465
  • Pantin, W. and C., Ltd., Conveyors at Ice- Cream Factory of T. Wall and Sons, Ltd., 502*
  • Paper-Making Machine (Millspaugh, Ltd'.), 59*
  • — — Machine, Electronically - Controlled,
  • Guard Bridge Paper Co., Ltd., 595*
  • Paraffin Appliances, Domestic, Specification, 829
  • — Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Paris International -Air Salon, 19, 42*, 50, 73* Park Gate Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Pneumo- Hydraulic Control of Blast-Furnace , Blowers, 761*
  • Parker, Dr. A., on London Fog Disaster, 497 ; on Fuel and Productivity, 618
  • Parkef, T., Ltd., Rotary Converter, 276. See 216*
  • Parkin, F. M., the Late, 622
  • Parlanti Process for Die Castings, 762
  • Parnell, J., and Son, Ltd., Foundations for Large Universal Boring Machine, 449*
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., Heaton Works of,
  • 93 ; Model of 120-MVA 275/132-kV Auto Transformer, 263* ; Core and Windings of 750-kVA Transformer, 264* ; High- Pressure Shaft for 60-MW Steam Turbine, 264* ; Pipe Bending and Fabrication Shop, 313 ; Design and Research Building of, 713*
  • Parsons Chain Co., Ltd., Jubilee of, 563 —- Turbines. See Turbines, Steam ; Marine Propulsion
  • Parton, Dr. J. E., on Combined Magnetisation of Magnetic Materials, 697*, 731. See 517
  • Pasir Panjang Power Station, Singapore, 283. See Erratum, 384
  • Passenger Aeroplane. See Aeroptane under Aeronautics
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • “ Pathfinder ’’ Riley Motor Car, 588* Pattern-Making Machines. See AfacAine Tools Paul, J., and Co., Ltd., Prestressed-Concrete Grain Silo at Dublin, 577*
  • “ Pavia,” M.S., Cunard Cargo Liner, 92* “ P.C.P.” Overhead Conveyor Kit, 800* Pearl Scale, Bowing Operation on (G. Ibberson
  • and Co.), 91*
  • Pearmain, G. J., on New British Standard System of Limits and Fits, 817
  • Pease Pottage, Crawley, Automatic Radar Meteorological Station, 299*
  • Peattie, K. R., on Bending of Simply-> Supported Rectangular Plates, 308*, 358*
  • Peebles, A. A., on Physical Properties of Steel as Functions of Tempering Temperature, 84
  • “ Pegaso ” Motor Car, 566*
  • Pelletising Machine, Experimental, for Iron Ore, 116*
  • Pelton Wheels for 75-MW Turbo-Alternators, Santa Massenza Power Station, 269*
  • Pendred, L. St. L., the Late, 693*
  • Penstocks for Julia River Power Station, - Zurich, 129*
  • Percival Aircraft, Ltd., Thirty-Six Passenger Air Liner, 471
  • Percivall, A. E., on Tubular Towers for Transatlantic Lines, 787. See 678*
  • Perkins, C. D., on Boundary Layer and Circulation Control, 453
  • Perkins, F., Ltd., Earlsfield Works for Diesel- Engine Production, 12* ; Diesel-Engine Production by, 787
  • Permanent Magnets. See Magnets
  • Personal, 15, 47, 79, 111, 143, 175, 207, 239, 271, 303, 335, 367, 399, 431, 463, 495, 527, 559, 591, 623, 655, 687, 719, 751, 783, 815
  • Perspective Draughting Machine (F. Kuhlmann K.G.), 202*
  • Petch, Dr. N. J., on Cleavage Strength of Polycrystals, 772
  • Peterborough Technical College, Opening of, 504
  • Petrol and Oil Bulk Terminal, Wandsworth, 308
  • — motors. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors Petroleum, Use in Canada, 820
  • — Equipment, Council of British Manufac
  • turers of, Tenth Anniversary Luncheon, 531
  • — Installations in Middle East, Cathodic
  • Protection of, 650
  • — Plant, Symbols on Flow Diagrams of,
  • Specification, 798
  • — Science of Vol. V, Part II (Review), 228
  • — Storage and Distribution Depot, Pickering,
  • 250*
  • — See also Oil; Paraffin; Engines, Oil
  • Petters, Ltd., 2-5-h.p. Single-Cylinder Air- Cooled Diesel Engine, 87* ; Diesel- Driven Air Compressor, 323* ; 60-h.p. Marine Diesel Engine, 357* ; 80-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 813*
  • Phillips, Dr. V. A., on Stretcher-Strain Markings in Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys 439; on Yield Point Phenomena in Aluminium Alloys, 439
  • Phosphor-Bronze, 6-per cent. Tin, Discontinuous Flow and Strain-Ageing in, 438
  • Photo-Elastic Tests, Isodynamometer for Celluloid Models, 517, 665*
  • Photo-Electric Protective System, Long-
  • Range (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 637 Photographic Lenses, Resolving Power of,
  • Method for Determining (Review), 581 Photography, Work of W. H. Wollaston on, 615 Photometer and Colorimeter “ Physical Eye ” for Fluorescent Tubes, 388*
  • Photometry (Review), 227
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs Photo-Printing, Mercury-Vapour Discharge
  • Lamps for, 547*
  • “ Physical Eye ” Photometer and Colorimeter for Fluorescent Tubes, 388*
  • — Laboratory. See NationaZ Physical
  • — Similarity and Dimensional Analysis
  • (Review), 516
  • Physics and Engineering, Advanced Mathematics in (Review), 613
  • — Flames, Their Structure, Radiation and
  • Temperature (Review), 418
  • — Luminescence and Scintillation Counter
  • (Review), 644
  • — Nuclear Reactions, Low-Energy, Experi
  • ments on, 275
  • — Research in Australia, 679
  • — of Solar Radiation, 372, 377*, 409*
  • — Wave Mechanics (Review), 228
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Pickering Petroleum Storage and Distribution Depot, 250*
  • Pickles, A. T., on Measurement of Efficiency of ’Heating in Buildings, 422
  • Pickling Vat, Mechanical, for Seamless Tube Manufacture, 164*
  • Pig-Food Mincing Machine, Electrically- Driven (Taskers of Andover (1932), Ltd.), 45*
  • Pilot Works, Ltd., Hydraulic Cropping Machine, 263*
  • Pimlico District Heating Scheme, 422, 507*
  • Pinions. See Gears; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • Pipe Bending and Fabrication Shop, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 313*
  • — Fittings, Butt-Welded, Steel Specification,
  • 512
  • — Flanged, Cast-Iron, and Flanged Fittings,
  • Specification, 767
  • — Heating Machine, Electric (A.I. Electric
  • Welding Machines, Ltd.), 257*
  • — Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • — See also Tubes
  • Pipelines, Carrying Capacity of, Reduction with Age, 821
  • — Cathodic Protection of, 650
  • —- Filter Unit (Doulton and Co., Ltd.), 327*
  • — Fluid-Flow Measuring Devices for, 6*, 35*.
  • See LETTER, 244*
  • — and Storage Tanks, Cathodic Protection of,
  • Russian Book on (Review), 659
  • Pirelli-General Cable Works, Ltd., Fire- Resisting Electric Cables, 182
  • Piston-Ring Wear Measuring Plant (Shell-Mex and B.P., Ltd.), 395*
  • — Variable-Ratio, of British Internal Com
  • bustion Engine Research Association, 607* Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Planing Machine. See Machine Tools Plastics, Use in Motor Cars, 565*
  • Plate, Copper, Specification, 606
  • — Mild-Steel, Brittle Fracture of, 639. See
  • 70, 187, 220
  • — Rectangular, Simply-Supported, Bending
  • of, 308*, 358*
  • — Ship, Brittle Fracture of, 70,187, 220. See
  • 639
  • — — Optical Marking-off System for, 486, 570*
  • Platform, Transport,. Tractor-Mounted (Scottish Mechanical Light Industries, Ltd.), 45*
  • Plating, Electro. See Electro
  • — Tin, Thickness Measurement by Radioactive
  • Materials, 157
  • Platinum Metals Exhibition, 269, 461, 614
  • Plessey Co., Ltd., Liquid-Fuel Starter for Gas Turbine, 733*
  • Plotting Table, High-Speed (Dobbie Mclnnes, Ltd), 391*
  • Plough, Disc, Reversible (Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd.), 811*
  • Plywood, Investigations on, 337
  • Pneumatic Time-Delay Relay (Electro Methods Ltd.), 218*
  • — Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — See also Compressed Air ; Air Compressor “ Pneumerstat ” for Regulating Metered Air
  • Suplies, 63*
  • Poppleton, C., the Late, 270
  • Point of Ayr Colliery, Dual-Fuel Engines at, 136
  • Poise Meter for Oil (Dobbie Mclnnes, Ltd.), 392 Polakowski, Dr. N. H., on Discontinuous Flow and Strain-Ageing in Tin Phosphor Bronze, 438
  • Polarised Light. See Photo-Clastic
  • Poles, Wood, for Overhead Lines, Specification, 79
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, and Alkali Works Report, 266
  • — — Causes, Effects and Prevention, 747 and the Law, 787
  • in London, Committee on, 659
  • and Smoke Abatement, 497
  • — -— Work of Fuel Research Board on, 145 Polycrystals, Cleavage Strength of, 772 Polytechnic. See Edwcation
  • Port of London Authority, Docks of, 637
  • — of Southampton, Growth of, 500
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Portal Frames, Pre-Cast, Reinforced-Concrete, for Workshop, 93*
  • — — for Warehouse, Use of Bailey-Bridge
  • Units for, 601*
  • Portasilo Co., Silos for gement, 109*
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Portugal, Hydro-Electric Developments in, 660*
  • Post Office, Prestressed-Concrete Multi- Storey Building, 667
  • — — Submarine Telephone Cable to America,
  • 755
  • Postmaster General, Report of Television Advisory Committee, 81
  • “ Potez 75 ” Ground-Support Aircraft, 74*
  • Poultney, E. C., on Standard Locomotives in India, 50 Years Ago, 801*
  • Powder Cutting Blowpipe Equipment (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.); 258*
  • — Diamond, Classification of, Specification,
  • 143
  • — Fluorescent, Measuring Particle Size of, 388* Power Arm, Tractor-Operated (F. W.
  • McConnel, Ltd.), 105*
  • — and Fuel Resources, Britain’s, Conservation
  • of, 735
  • —- Gas. See Engines, Gas
  • — Nuclear, Economic, Outlook for, 345*, 372.
  • See Erratum, 375
  • — Pack Diesel Engine (A.E.C., Ltd.), 353* 60-h.p. Diesel Engine (Sentinel (Shrewsbury), Ltd.), 392*
  • Oil Engine (Rolls-Royce, Ltd.), 265*
  • — Plants for Aircraft (Review), 299
  • Hydro-Electric, Ala, Italy, 268*
  • Hydro-Electric, Calculations of Oscillations in Conduit with Surge Tank (Review), 517
  • Hydro-Electric, Castelo do Bode and Vila Nova, Portugal, 660*
  • Hydro-Electric, Ceannacroc, Cluanie Dam at, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • Hydro-Electric, for City of Zurich, 129* Hydro-Electric, European, Potential, 178 Hydro-Electric, in France, 619
  • Hydro-Electric, Machkund, Tunnels for, 683
  • Hydro-Electric, Santa Massenza, Italy, 269*
  • — — See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ;
  • Substations
  • — Press. See MacAiwe Tools
  • — Resources, World, 381
  • Power Station British, Development of Plant for, 818, 827
  • Electric, Atmospheric Pollution by, 266
  • — — Atomic Developments of, 593
  • Electric, British Electricity Authority’s
  • Annual Report, 466
  • Electric, Congella, Electrostatic Precipi- tutors, 776
  • Electric, and District Heating, 422, 473*, 507*
  • — — Electric, Economy in Construction of,
  • Report on, 498
  • Electric, Gas-Turbine, Beznau, Switzerland, 611*
  • Electric, Hackney, Prevention of Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Stocks at, 727*
  • Electric, Huncoat, Fireless Steam Locomotive for, 608*
  • Electric, Pasir Panjang, Singapore, 283.
  • See Erratum. 384
  • — — Electric Plant Development in Great
  • Britain, 818, 827
  • Electric, Prevention of Atmospheric
  • Pollution by, 145
  • Electric, Public and Private, Parallel
  • Operation of, 626
  • Electric, South Africa, New, Establishment of, 532
  • —- — Electric, Trafford, Unified Boiler Control at, 676*
  • Electric, on Tyne and Tees-Side, 94 Electric, Uskmouth. 552* See also Power Plants ; Substations
  • — Supply, Electric, British Electricity Author
  • ity’s Annual Report, 466
  • Electric, for City of Zurich, 129*
  • Electric, 50-Cycle Single-Phase, for
  • Lancaster-Morecambe-Heysham Line,459* Electric, Developments and Future
  • Possibilities of, 827. See 818
  • Electric, Some Development on InterNational Rivers, 141
  • Electric, Developments in Italy, 2'68* Electric, and District Heating, 422,
  • 473*, 507*
  • Electric, in France, 619 Electric, Legislation and Costs of
  • Electricity Metering! 786
  • Electric, Nationalised, First Five Years of, 663
  • Electric, Nuclear Power Schemes for, 345*, 372. See Erratum, 375
  • Electric, Public and Private, Parallel Operation of, 626
  • Electric, for Shepcote Lane Works,
  • Sheffield, 332*, 365
  • — — Electric, Tank Factory, Leylapd, 631 Electric, in United States, 818
  • — Transmission, Overhead Lines and A.C.
  • Networks (Review), 99
  • Overhead Lines, British, Economics of, 827
  • Overhead Lines, British Electricity Authority’s Annual Report, 466
  • Overhead Lines, insulation for, 767 Overhead Lines, Lancaster-Morecambe-
  • Heysham Railway Line, 459*
  • Overhead Lines, Use of Rocket for
  • Condenser Stringing, 114
  • —;—Overhead Lines, 275-kV System, 122* —'— Overhead Lines, 275-kV Tubular Tower for, 678*. See LETTER, 787
  • Overhead Lines, Wood Poles for,
  • Specification, 79
  • See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Unit, 250-b.h.p. “ Packaged ” Diesel-
  • Driven (Crossley Brothers, Ltd.), 289*
  • — Water, in Brazil, and A. W. R. Billings
  • (Review), 803
  • — — Use in Canada, 820-
  • See also Hydraulic; Power Plants,
  • Hydro-Electric ; Pelton Wheels ; Turbines, Hydraulic
  • — Wind, Possibilities of, 33*
  • Pownall, J. F., on Grand Contour Canal, 741* Prae Wood, St. Albans, Wind-Power Equipment Exhibition at, 33*
  • Prandtl, Prof. L., the Late, 275
  • Precipitators, Electrostatic, for Pulverised-
  • Fuel Boilers, Theory and Operation of, 776 Preece, Cardew and Rider; Singapore Power
  • Station, 283. See Erratum, 384
  • Preferred Numbers, British Standard Publication, 829
  • Presidential Address to Association of Public Lighting Engineers, by C. C. Smith on Administrative and Technical Problems in Public Lighting, 370
  • to British Association, by Sir E.
  • Appleton, on Science for Its Own Sake, 315. See 343
  • to British Association, Section G (Engineering), by Lord Dudley Gordon, on Engineering in Next Two Thousand Years, 381. See 343
  • — — to Institution of Civil Engineers, by
  • W. P. Shepherd-Barron, on London Docks, 637
  • to Institution of Electrical Engineers, by H. Bishop, on the British Broadcasting Service, 543, 573. See 499
  • to Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, by Sir W. Wallace, on Survival at Sea, 458. See 465. See LETTER, 532
  • to Institution of Locomotive Engineers, by R. C. Bond, on Motive Power in British Railways, 439
  • to Institution of Mechanical Engineers, by A. Roebuck, on Training of Mechanical Engineers and Craftsmen, 533. See 531 to Institution of Structural Engineers, by
  • Lieut.-Col. R. F. Galbraith, on Developments in Structural Engineering, 501
  • — — to Junior Institution of Engineers, by
  • Sir J. Hacking, on Developments and Future Possibilities of Electricity Generation, 827. See 818
  • to Liverpool Engineering Society, on Research and Production in Engineering, 594
  • Presidential Address to Manchester Association of Engineers, by Prof. H. W. Baker, on Industry and Technical,Education, 467 Press. See MacAwie Tools
  • Pressure Gauge, Plunger (Bryce Burger, Ltd.), 670*. See Addendum, 736
  • — Vessels, Welds in, Ultrasonic Examination of, by W. J. Fraser and Co., Ltd., 211
  • Preston and Stafford Works of English Electric Co., Ltd., 19
  • ceedings, 500 ; Influence of Abnormal Temperatures, by A. W. Hill, 490 ; Ultimate-Load Design of Statically- Determinate Beams and Slabs, by Prof.
  • G. Magnel, 490 ; Statically-Indeterminate Structures in Elastic and Plastic States, by Y. Guyon, 490, 551
  • — Jacking Unit for (Cable Covers, Ltd.), 606
  • — Schemes for Concrete, Demonstration of,
  • 727
  • Priest Furnaces, Ltd., Furnaces for Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363
  • “ Princess ” Flying Boat at High Altitudes, 331* ; Future of, 653
  • Printing, Photo, Mercury-Vapour Discharge Lamps for, 547*
  • — and Roller Coating Machines for Steel
  • Sheets, 779*
  • Prisms, Elastic, Axes of Twist in, 769* Pritchard, Capt. J. L., on Work of Wright Brothers for Aviation, 823. See 828
  • Procter, W. S.. on Sound and Television Broadcasts of Coronation 775
  • Production Census for 1954 Scope of, 380
  • — Control, Report of British Productivity
  • Council, 530
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Herbert Paper
  • on Industrial Application of Radioactive Materials, by Sir J. Cockcroft, 157 ; Annual Dinner, 499
  • — Equipment, Obsolete, in United States,
  • Survey, 627
  • —? Management in United States, Teaching and Practice of, 689. See Addenda, 813. See LETTER, 756
  • Productivity Teams’ Report on Machine-Tool Industry, Comments on, 10
  • Professional Classes Aid Council, Annual Report, 147
  • — Code of British Consulting Engineers, 658 Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Marine, Investigations on Defects in, 628 Manufacture of, 520
  • Research at Wageningen Tank, 403, 425 Rotol, Variable-Pitch, H.M.S. “ Grey Goose,” 673*
  • Variable-Pitch (Rotol Ltd.), 582* Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion ;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Prosser, H. H., on Availability and Distribution of Smokeless Fuels, 498
  • Protection Units for Oil Engines (Teddington Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 395*
  • Provan, A. G., on Properties of Chromium and Its Alloys, 541
  • Provincial Exhibitions, Ltd., Fuel Efficiency Exhibition, Manchester, 691
  • Public Affairs and Business, Facts, Files and Action in (Review), 484
  • — Health Engineering (Review), 134
  • — Lighting Engineers, Association of, Annual
  • Conference, Liverpool, Presidential Address by C. C. Smith on Administrative and Technical Problems in Public Lighting, 370; Utilisation Factor in Public Lighting, by G. Fitton, 370; Criteria in Quality of Street Lighting, by J. B. de Boer, 370; Design and Manufacture of Street Lighting Lanterns, by M. H. Moundson, 370; Public Lighting in Belgium, by A. Boereboom, 370
  • Pugh versus Manchester Dry Dock Co., Legal Decision on, 691
  • Pulley Drives and Variable-Speed Gear Unit (Bourdon Tools, Ltd.), 829*
  • Pulling, M. J. L., on Sound and Television Broadcasts of Coronation, 775
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd., Buscot Waterworks Water-Treatment Plant, 493
  • Pulverised Fuel at Congella Power Station, i Electrostatic Precipitation for Dust Nuisance, 776
  • Plant, Uskmouth Power Station, 553* Pump, Accelerator, for Central-Heating Systems (Ryaland (Manchester), Ltd.), 287*
  • — Air. See Air Compressors
  • — Axial-Flow, for Transformer Oil (Drysdale
  • and Co., Ltd.), 355*
  • — Centrifugal (J. Beresford and Son, Ltd.),
  • 653
  • — — (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 394*
  • Marine, Two-Stage (Saunders Valve1 Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • — Circulating, Uskmouth Power Station, 555*
  • — High-Pressure, Automatically-Controlled
  • (Howard Pneumatic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 26*
  • — — Pressure, Hand-Operated (Zwicky, Ltd.),
  • 324*
  • — Horizontal, for Hot Liquids (Rhodes,
  • Brydon and Youatt, Ltd.), 263*
  • — Hydraulic, Two-Stage, Hand-Operated
  • (Chamberlain Industries, Ltd,), 64*
  • — Irrigation, Diesel-Drive (Ruston &
  • Hornsby, Ltd.), 107*
  • — Vertical, for Hot Liquids (Rhodes, Brydon
  • and Youatt, Ltd.), 263*
  • Pumping Engine, Cornish, in Cornwall, 339*, 371
  • — Machine, Vacuum, Automatic, for Flu
  • orescent-Tube Manufacture, 389*
  • — Plant at Cardon Refinery, Venezuela, Model
  • of (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 394*
  • — — at Dovercourt Yeast Factory, 76* Pickering Petroleum Storage and Distribution Depot, 250*
  • Singapore Power Station, 284. See Erratum, 384
  • Pumping Set and Electric Generator Combined (A. Lyon and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 790* Petrol-Driven (J. Beresford and Sons, Ltd.), 108*
  • — Station, Stoke Newington, Dismantling of Beam Engines at, 501*
  • for Uskmouth Power Station, 552*
  • Purification of Water. See Water
  • Purifier, Oil (Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • Purlin, Angle, Behaviour of, Report on Investigations on, 286
  • Puttock, M. J., on Interferometer for Measuring Slip Gauges, 757*
  • Pyke, £., the Late, 756
  • “ Pyramid Petrol-Driven Motor Truck,. 32*
  • Pyrites as New Source of Selenium, 569
  • Pyrotenax, Ltd., Hebburn Works of, 95
  • QUARRIES and Mines, Inspector’s Report, 1951, 659
  • — Underwood, Somersetshire, Experimental Stone-Crushing Plant, 281*
  • Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., Metal-Rectifier Welding Set, 324*; Single-Operator Welding Machine, 324*
  • Queen Mary College, London, Opening of Nuclear-Particle Laboratory, 91; Investigation of Pressure Rise in Spark- Ignition Engines, 135*
  • Queensland Government Railways, 1,500-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive for, 172*
  • Quicksilver. See Mercury
  • RACE, Nine-hour, Motor-car, Goodwood, 275
  • Radar Display Console, Marine (Cossor Radar, Ltd.), 323*
  • — Equipment, Long-Range (Kelvin and Hughes
  • (Marine), Ltd.), 236*
  • — Meteorological Station, Automatic, Pease
  • Pottage, Crawley, 299*
  • Radial Drill. See DnZZ under Machine Tools Radiant Heating, Ltd., Portable Gas-Fired Furnace for’Pipe Fabrication, 313*
  • Radiation, Solar, Physics of, 372, 377*, 409* Radiator Compartment for 1,500-h.p. Diesel-
  • Electric Locomotive, 172*
  • Radio Broadcasts, . Sound and Television, of Coronation Ceremonies, Technical Arrangements for, 775
  • — Corporation of America, Tri-Colour Picture
  • Tube of, 443*
  • — Loudspeaker Systems, Trends in Design of,
  • 760
  • — Magnetic Tape Recording Equipment for
  • Broadcast Programme, 381
  • — Meteorology, New Subject, Formation of,
  • 316
  • — Research and Astronomy, 315
  • — — in Australia, 680
  • — —- Board Annual Report, 241
  • — and Television Exhibition, National, 338.
  • — Transmission Surveys, Portable Aluminium-
  • Alloy Mast for (Standard Telecommunications Laboratories, Ltd.), 127*
  • —- See also Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony, Wireless; Television; Radar
  • Radioactive Materials, Industrial Applications of, 157
  • —1 Substances, Contamination of Water Supplies by, 412
  • — Tracers, Use in Blast-Furnace Research, 116 Radiography, Tilting Table for (Watson &
  • Sons (Electro-Medical), Ltd.), 224*
  • Radiovisor Parent, Ltd., Photo-Electric Units for High-Voltage Equipment, 648
  • Rafts, Inflatable, and Lifeboats, for Ships, 458, 465. See LETTERS, 532
  • Rail Ends, Milling of, Effect on Productivity, 299
  • — Ultrasonic Flaw Detector for (Branson
  • Instruments, Inc.), 11*. See Addendum, 412
  • Railcars. See Carriages, Railway
  • Railroads. See Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Bogies, Rubber Suspension of, 830*
  • — Bridges. See Bridge
  • — British, Decentralisation of, 20. See
  • LETTER, 84; Report on Harrow-Wealdstone Collision, 49, 53. See LETTER, 147; Rolling Stock Programme, 51; Tests of Steam and Diesel Locomotives, 305; Standard 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, 348*; Signal-Spectacle Glazing, 349*; 75-b.h.p. Diesel-Electric Mobile Crane, 395*; Crewe Pupils’ and Premium Apprentices’ Annual Dinner, 403; Teaching of Locomotive Driving and Firing Duties, 433; Effect of Transport' Act, 1953, Abolishment of Railway Executive, 434; Booklet on Railway Civil Engineering as a Career, 435; Motive Power on, 439; Lancaster-Morecambe-Heysham Line, 50-Cycle Single-Phase Electrification, 459*; Research Department, Derby, Use of Electrical Resistance Strain Gauges on Concrete Structures, by J. C. Lucas and R. Newsham, 487; British Transport Commission Annual Report, 561; Wind Tunnel for Railway Research; 564; Electric Baggage Car for, 764; Tool for Deep- Level Grouting, 779*; Experimental Wagon of Aluminium Construction,-798
  • — Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Civil Engineering as a Career, Booklet on,
  • 435
  • — Crossing, Cast-Steel (Edgar Allen and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 59*
  • — Executive, Abolishment of, 434
  • — Indian, Standard Locomotives 50 Years
  • Ago, 801*
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Mauritius, 625-h.p. Diesel-Hydraulic Loco
  • motives 651*
  • Railway Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Netherlands, 2,958-h.p. Electric Locomo
  • tives, 65*
  • — New South Wales Government, 1,000-h.p.
  • Diesel Electric Locomotive for, 139*. See Addendum, 212; Electronic Arc Suppression in Traction Rectifiers, 773
  • — New Zealand Government, 1,500-h.p.
  • Diesel-Electric Traction Set for, 354*
  • — Nyasaland, Ltd., 500-ton Floating Dock on
  • Lake Nyasa, 300*; Aluminium Wagon for, 798
  • — Queensland Government, 1,500-h.p. Diesel-
  • Electric Locomotive for, 1720
  • — Research, Wind Tunnel for, Derby, 564
  • — Rolling Stock. See also Carriages; Loco
  • motives ; Wagons
  • — Signalling. See Signalling
  • — Staffs, Disputes over Wages, 787
  • — Station Roofs, Inspection Ladder for
  • (Merryweather and Sons, Ltd.), 1|8*
  • — Street. See Tramways
  • — Swiss Federal. Riding Control for Bogie of
  • 6,000-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 285*
  • — Tube. See Underground; London Trans
  • port Executive
  • — Underground. See Underground; London
  • Transport Executive
  • — United, States, Rail-End Technique in, 299 T— Wagons. See Wagons
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rait, Dr. J. R„ on Design of Creep-Resisting Steels, 505*, 537*. See 455
  • Rake, Side-Delivery, Front-Mounted (A. B. Blanch and Co., Ltd.), 85*
  • Ransome and Maries Bearing Co., Ltd., Annfield Plain Ball-Bearing Factory, 467, 555
  • Ransomes, Sims <fc Jefferies, Ltd., Petrol- Driven Hoe, 45*; Tractor-Driven Combine Harvester, 85*: Reversible Disc Plough, 811*
  • Raskin Works, 100-ton Power Press with Presss Brake Attachment, 124*
  • Rattee, S. G., the Late, 51
  • Rawlings, W. R.. the Late, 621
  • Ray-Tyler Engineering Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Copying Attachment for Lathes, 235*
  • — See X-Rays
  • Reactor, Nuclear, Function of;. 345, 372
  • — Thermal, for Atomic Power Stations, 593 Readhead, Lady, the Late, 590
  • Reading, Receivers for Broadcast Monitoring Service, 137*
  • Rear Drive and Front Suspension of Volkswagen Car, 535*
  • and Suspension, Lancia “ Aurelia ” Car, 565*
  • and Suspension of Spanish “ Pegaso ” Car, 566*
  • — Suspension of A.C. Ace Motor, Car. 566*
  • Receivers, Hot-Metal, for Iron Foundries (Monometer Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 27*
  • — Telemetry for Guided Weapons, 518*
  • Reclamation of Land in Northern India and Pakistan, 233
  • Record Electrical Co., Ltd., Indicator for Large Universal Boring Mill, 451*
  • Recorder, High-Speed (Dobbie Mclnnes, Ltd.), 391*
  • — Miniature for Process Control (Evershed
  • and Vignoles, Ltd.), 290*
  • Recording Equipment, Magnetic Tape, for British Broadcasting Corporation, 381
  • Rectifiers. See Electric
  • Redpath, Brown and Go., Ltd., Development of London Airport, 397*
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Marine Propulsion
  • Redux-Bonded Wing Skin-for Aircraft (Short Brothers, and Harland, Ltd.), 405
  • Reeling Machine for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 163*
  • Rees versus B. Hastie and Co., Ltd., Legal Decision on, 179
  • Rees, W. P., on Intergranular Brittleness in Iron-Oxygen Alloys, 772; on Properties of High-Purity Iron Alloys, 773
  • Reference Books. See Anwwa/s
  • Refinery, Cardon, Venezuela, Model of Pumping Plant at (Sigmund' Pumps, Ltd.), 394*
  • Refining, Oil, in Europe, Report on, 210
  • Refrigerating Plant at Avcliffe Factory of Bakelite, Ltd., 715*
  • at Ice-Cream Factory of T. Wall and Sons, Ltd., (Lightfoot Refrigeration Co., Ltd.), 502*
  • — Unit for Aircraft Cabins (de Havilland
  • Propellers, Ltd.), 255*
  • Refuse Disposal Plant, Sheffield (Heenan and Froude, Ltd.), 633*
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace
  • Regulator, Askania, for Control of Blast- Furnace Blowers, 762*
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete Reinforcements for Concrete Roads, 724
  • Relaxation Methods: A Retrospect, 691 Relay for Control of Reactive Power (Chamber - lain and Hookham, Ltd.)', 671*
  • — Protective and Auxiliary (English Electric
  • Co., Ltd.). 768*
  • Remote-Control Cabinet, Hydraulic (Automotive, Products Co., Ltd.), 394*
  • Report, Ammunition Productivity in United States, 17
  • — on Air Pollution and Its Prevention, 747
  • — Annual, Advisory Council on Scientific
  • Policy, .113
  • — — Association of Consulting Engineers, 63 .— — Astronomer Royal’s, 125, 211
  • Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, 679 British Coal Utilisation Research Association, 88
  • British Council, 627
  • British Electricity Authority, 466
  • British European Airways, 467
  • British Independent Air Transport
  • Association, 746
  •  ? British Transport Commission, 561
  • Report, Annual, British Welding Research Association, 114
  • Chemistry Research Board and Laboratory, 428, 434
  • — —- Chief Inspector of Alkali, etc., Works,
  • 266
  • Chief Inspector of Mines, 242
  • Fire Research Station, 83
  • — — Forest Products Research Board, 337 Fuel Research Board, 145
  • — — Gas Council, 586
  • Glasgow Corporation Water Department, 275
  • Hydraulics Research Board, 18
  • — — Mechanical Engineering Research Board,
  • 209
  • National Dock Labour Board, 114
  • National Research Development Corporation, 818
  • Professional Classes Aid Council, 147 Radio Research Board, 241
  • Research on Safety in Mines, 626
  • Road Research Board, 177
  • Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, 83
  • — — South Africa Electricity Supply Com
  • mission, 532
  • — — Tin Research Institute, 83
  • — Board of Trade, on British Industries Fair,
  • 721
  • —- Coal Position in Europe, 1952-53,146
  • — Co-ordination of Oil-Refining in Europe,
  • 210
  • — Economic Utilisation of Copper-Base Alloys,
  • 222
  • — Economy in Construction of Power Stations,
  • 498
  • — Employment of Older Men and Women, 563
  • — European Coal Position, 1952-53, 146 Oil-Refining Co-ordination, 210
  • — — Water Power, 178
  • — on l';uel Efficiency Organisation, 29
  • — Graduate Teachers of Mathematics and
  • Science, 754
  • — Harrow-Wealdstone Railway Collision, 49,
  • 53. See LETTER, 147
  • — Interim, Committee on Coastal Flooding,
  • 211
  • — Materials Handling Equipment and Methods
  • in United States, 369
  • — Mines and Quarries, Inspector’s, 1951, 659
  • — Oil-Refining Co-ordination in Europe, 210
  • — Operating Range of Electronic Flame- 1 Failure Devicps, 171
  • — Power-Station Construction, Economy, 498
  • — Productivity, on Fuel Conservation, 338
  • — — Teams’, on Machine-Tool Industry,
  • Comments on, 10
  • — S.S. “ Ocean Vulcan ” Sea Trials (Review),
  • 165
  • — State of Sailing Ship, “ Cutty Sark,” 337
  • — Teaching and Practice of Production Man
  • agement in United States, 689. See Addenda, 813. See LETTER, 756
  • —- Technical College Education, 307
  • — Television Advisory Committee and Fre
  • quency Allocation, 81
  •  ?— Water Power in Europe, 178
  • — See also Board of Trade
  • Research on Applications of' Solar Energy, 372, 377*, 409*
  • — Association, Cast Iron, British, Pneumatic
  • Clamp for Shell Moulds, 296*; Annual Report, 586
  • Coal Utilisation, British, Opening of New Laboratory, 20; Investigation on Combustion in Boiler with Chain Grate, 61; Annual Report, 88; Annual Luncheon, 563
  • — — Gearing, Admiralty-Vickers, Significance
  • of Izod Test in Gear Design, 166*
  • — - — Hydromechanics, British, Feeder for
  • Hydraulic Transport of Coal, 296*
  • Internal Combustion Engine, British, Luncheon, 83; Demonstration and Open Days, 607*
  • Iron and Steel, British, North-East Coast Laboratories, 116*; Sheffield Laboratories of, 683*
  • Motor Industry, Lindley High-Speed Test Track, 74
  • — — Steel Castings, British, Liquid-Metal
  • Sampling Apparatus, 735*
  • — — Watch, Inauguration of, 725
  • Welding, British. Annual Report, 114
  • — Board, Forest Products, Annual Report, 337 Fuel, Annual Report, 145
  • Hydraulics, Annual Report, 18
  • — — Mechanical Engineering, Annual Report,
  • 209
  • Radio, Annual Report, 241
  • Road, Annual Report, 177
  • — on Circuit Breaking (Review), 644
  • — Department, British Railways, Derby, Use
  • of Electrical Resistance Strain Gauges on Concrete Structures, by J. C. Lucas and R. Newsham, 487; Wind Tunnel for, Derby, 564
  • Scientific and Industrial, Exhibits at Engineering, Marine and Welding Exhibition, 296
  • — and Design Building of C. A. Parsons and Co.,
  • Ltd., 713*
  • Corporation, National, Annual Report, 818
  • — Engine, on Fuels and Lubricants, 37*
  • — Establishment, Atomic Energy, Harwell,
  • Economics of Nuclear Power Schemes, 345*, 372. See Erratum, 375
  • Naval Construction, Testing Frame for Ships’ -Structures, 115*
  • — Fellowships Tenable in United States, 403
  • — Flame-Radiation, , International, at
  • Ijmuiden, 488, 555*
  • — Hydromechanics, by United States Navy,
  • 584
  • — Industrial, Use of Radioactive Materials
  • in, 157
  • — Laboratories, Aircraft (Handley Page, Ltd.),
  • 150*
  • — — Chemical, Work of 2nd Annual Report,
  • 428, 434; Investigation oh New Sources of Selenium, 569
  • Research Laboratories, Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, of Brown, Boveri and Co., Ltd., 609*
  • — — Hydraulic, for Docks and Inland Water
  • ways Executive, 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • Industrial, Birmingham, Tests of Wire- Rope Grips, 734*
  • — —- Mechanical Engineering, Equipment for
  • Compression-Creep Tests at High Temperatures, by Dr. A. E. Johnson and N. E. Frost, 28*
  • Road, Experimental . Stone-Crushing Plant, 281*; Surface Dressings for Protecting Soil Formation, by W. A. Lewis, 793*
  • — Nuclear, European Organisation for, Estab
  • lishment of, 179
  • — Organisation, Australian, Commonwealth
  • Scientific and Industrial, Annual Report, 679
  • Fire, Joint, Exhibits at Building Exhibition, 727
  • Industrial, Conference on Technological Education, 723
  • — and Production in Engineering, 594
  • — Radio, and Astronomy, 31
  • — Railway, Use of Electrical Resistance
  • Strain Gauges on Concrete Structures, 487; Wind Tunnel for, Derby, 564
  • — on Safety in Mines, Annual Report on, 626
  • — Scientific, Value to Industry, 113
  • — on Soil-Cement, and Concrete Roads, 681,
  • 724
  • — Station, Building, Vibrating-Wire Strain
  • Gauge for Tests on Structures, by R. J. Mainstone, 153*; Researches on Heating in Buildings, 422; Exhibits at Building Exhibition, 727
  • — — Fire, Annual Report, 83
  • — — Fuel, Fischer-Tropsch Experimental
  • Plant, 296, 297
  • — Welding, in British Merchant Shipbuilding,
  • 639
  • — See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoir, Blithfield, 598*
  • — Irrigation, in United States, Sediment
  • Problems in, 1*
  • — on Julia River, Zurich, 129*
  • — Stratification and “ Overturn ” in, 821 Resin for Shell Moulding Process, 251, 285 Resistance Welding. See Welding Resonance, Ground, of Helicopters, 779 Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • " Revolving ” Fund for Industry, 243 Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., Hebburn Works of, 93; 750-MVA 33-kV Circuit-Breaker
  • Switchgear, 264*; Switchgear for Singapore Power Station, 284
  • Rheem Lysaght, Ltd., Printing and Roller Coating Machines for Steel Sheet, 779*
  • Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., Vertical Pump for Hot Liquids, 263*; Horizontal Pump for Hot Liquids, 263*
  • Rhodie, R. V., on Fatigue of Aeroplane Structures, 423
  • Richards, A. D., on Stresses in Curved Beam, 103*
  • Richards Bros. and Sons, Ltd., Pressing Shop for Cutlery, 91*
  • Richardson, Lieut.-Col. Sir P. Wigham, the Late, 718
  • Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., Hartlepool Works .of, 94
  • Riddles, R. A., Award of Gold Medal of Institution of Locomotive Engineers to, 51; Standard 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, 348*
  • Rietz Manufacturing Co., Laboratory and Industrial Disintegrator, 832*
  • Rigg, Dr. J. G., on Priming Paints for Light Alloys, 470
  • Riley “ Pathfinder ” Motor Car, 588*
  • Ring Motors, Ltd., Portable Spot Welder, 352*
  • — Piston. See Piston Rings
  • Ripley, L., the Late, 500
  • Ripper, Prof. W., Work on Craftsmanship Training, 531, 533
  • Risley, Work of Atomic Energy Research Establishment at, 593
  • River Albula, Zurich Hydro-Electric Station on, 129*
  • — Calder, and Aire and Calder Canal, Thermo-
  • Hydraulic Model of, 138. SEE LETTER, 212
  • — Clyde, Projected Tunnel under, 361
  • — Colorado, Rock Fill Weir on, 4*
  • — Dee and Bala Lake Improvement Scheme,
  • 412
  • — International, European, Electric Develop
  • ment on, 141
  • — Investigations by Hydraulics Research
  • Board, 18
  • — Julia Zurich, Hydro-Electric Stations on,
  • 129*
  • — Severn, Model of, at Bull’s Bridge Research
  • Laboratory, 120,138*. See LETTER, 212
  • — Thames, Dartford-Purfleet Tunnel under,
  • 361; Scheme for Development of South Bank, London, 532
  • Rivets, Aluminium, Large, Point Shapes for, Investigations on, 513*
  • — Heater, 16-kW. Electric, Twin-Head
  • (Holden and Hunt, Ltd.), 291*
  • Road Construction, Concrete, and Soil-Cement, 681, 724
  • — — Ministry of Transport Statement, 785
  • — Gradient, Effect of Fuel Consumption and
  • Speed of Motor Vehicles, 44
  • — Making Machinery, Types of, 681
  • — Research Board Annual Report, 177
  • Laboratory, Experimental Stone-Crushing Plant, 281*; Surface Dressings for Protecting Soil Formations, by W. A. LewisA793*
  • — Roller, 10-ton Steam, Aveling and Porter,
  • Ltd., 214*
  • To Tractor Conversion Chassis (E. V. Twose, Ltd.), 105*
  • — Soil, Surface Dressings for, 793*
  • — Transport and Commercial-Motor Manu
  • facturers, Spurrier Lecture, 821
  • Roads, See also Tar
  • Robertson, General Sir B., Appointment of as Chairman of British Transport Commission, 243
  • Robertson, T. S., on Test for Notch Ductility, 71
  • Robertson, W. H. A., and Co., Ltd., Rolling Mill at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363*. See LETTER, 436*; Planetary Rolling Mill for Steel Strip, 545*; Cold Strip-Rolling Mill for Research Work, 683*
  • Robinson’s South Crofty Mine, Redruth,
  • Cornish Shaft Engine at, 342*
  • Robson, J. T., the Late, 302
  • Rock-Drill Manufacture, by Atlas Diesel Co.,
  • Sweden, 641*
  • Rocket Aids for Conductor Stringing, 114
  • — and Comet Orbits, Tables for (Review), 613
  • — Exploration of Upper Atmosphere, Con
  • ference on, 360
  • —- Guided, British, Progress with, 274
  • — Motor “ Super Sprite ” (de Havilland Engine
  • Co., Ltd.), 406*
  • Rockweld, Ltd., Multi-Operator Welding
  • Transformer and Regulators, 262* Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd., “ Victo-
  • matic ” Milling Machine, 25*; Strip- Feeding Machines, 279*
  • — Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials) Rods and Forgings, Aluminium-Bronze, Specification, 768
  • Rodgers, W, on Techniques in Motion and
  • Time Study, 390
  • Roe, A. V., and Co., Ltd., “ Avro ” Delta-Wing
  • Aircraft, 374*
  • Roe, C. H., Ltd., Single-Deck High-Speed Tramcars, 124*. See 254*. See Erratum, 199
  • Roebuck, A., on Training of Mechanical
  • Engineers an<T Craftsmen, 533. See 531 Rolls, Blade-Forging (Morgan Fairest, Ltd.), 58*
  • — Crushing, for Ironstone (Hadfields Ltd.)
  • 59*
  • Roller Bearings. See Bearings
  • — Coating and Printing Machines for Steel
  • Sheets, 779*
  • — Road. See Road Roller
  • —to-Tractor Conversion Chassis (E. V.
  • Twose, Ltd.), 105*
  • Rolling Mills (Davy and United Engineering Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • Planetary, for Steel Strip (Ductile Steels, Ltd.), 545*
  • — — Reversing, for Alloy Steels (Brightside
  • Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • — — Sendzimir, for Strip (A. Lee and Sons, Ltd.),
  • 91*
  • — — at Shepcote Lane, Works of Firth-Vickers
  • Stainless Steels, Ltd., 332*, 362.* See LETTER, 436*
  • Strip, Cold (W. H. A. Robertson and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 683*
  • — Stock Programme, British Railways, 51 See also Carriages; Locomotives; Wagons ‘‘Rollrite ” Thread-Rolling Diehead, 683* Rolls-Royce Ltd., 130-b.h.p. Oil-Engined
  • Electric Generator, 265*; Oil-Engine Power Pack, 265*; “Canberra” Flying Test-Bed, 406; “Avon” R. A. 14 Jet Engine, 406*; 5,400-b.h.p.Gas Turbine
  • for H.M.S. “ Grey Goose,” 673*; AeroEngine Factory at East Kilbride, 717* Roman City of Sabratha, Lybia, “ Concrete ” from, 756*
  • Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Roofs and Floors, Concrete, Supports for
  • Shuttering for (Blaw KnOx, Ltd.), 447*
  • — Railway-Station, Inspection Ladder for
  • (Merryweather and Sons, Ltd.), 118*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, for Stockwell Omnibus
  • Garage, 703*
  • — Support in Mines, Experiments on, 242 Ropes, Wire. See Wire Ropes
  • Rosenhead, L., on Webb’s Approximation of
  • Sec 0, 298
  • Rostowrack Cornish Engine, 341*, 371
  • Rotary Blowers. See Blowers; Turbo-Blowers
  • — Engine. See Engines; Aeronautics -— Pump. See Pump
  • Rotax, Ltd., Factory Building of Tubular
  • Construction, 617*
  • Rotol Ltd., Variable-Pitch Marine Propeller, 582*;' Air-Turbine Accessory Drives for Aircraft, 777
  • Rotor, Alternator, Balancing Machine for
  • (C. Schenck, G.m.b.H.), 523*
  • — for 15,000-kVA. Generator, 131*
  • — High-Pressure, for 60-MW. Steam Turbine
  • (C. A. Parsons and Cd., Ltd.), 264* Royal Aeronautical Society. See J.ero7iattticaZ
  • — Agricultural Society. See AgricMltwaZ
  • — Air Force. See Aeronautics ?
  • — Aircraft Establishment. See Aeronautics
  • — Canadian Navy, Motor Launch for, 301*
  • — Ceylon Navy, Motor Launch for, 301*
  • — Greenwich Observatory, Herstmonceux,
  • Astronomer Royal’s Report, 125, 211 . — Liver Building, Liverpool, Electronic
  • Chiming Installation for Clock, 664
  • — Mail Liner, “ Andes,” Stabilisers of, 491
  • — Military College of Science, Determination
  • of Stresses in Curved Beam, 103*
  • — Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, Annual Report, 83

Royal Society:

  • Appointment of Research Studentships and Scholarships, 139
  • Joint Initiation of Commonwealth Bursaries in Science with Nuffield Foundation, 147
  • Conference on Rocket Exploration of Upper Atmosphere, 360
  • Research Fellowships Tenable in United States, 403
  • Royal Society of Arts. See Arts
  • — Yacht, “ Britannia,” Preliminary Trials 622
  • R. P. R. Patents, Ltd., Minchom-Sempun W Magnetic Flaw Detector, 736*
  • Rubber under Cyclic Compression, Machine for Measuring Load and Deformation 196*
  • — Raw, Methods of Testing, Specification, 798
  • — and Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing Industry, 692
  • — Unvulcanised, Compounded, Methods of
  • Testing, Specification, 798
  • Rudder-Angle Indicator (Smith’s Industrial Instruments, Ltd.), 325*
  • Transmitter (Smith’s Industrial Instruments, Ltd.), 325*
  • Rugby Engineering Society, Jubilee of, 532
  • — Works, British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.,
  • Heavy Machine Shop, 97*
  • Russell, J. E., on Izod Test in Gear Design and Performance, 166*
  • Russell, Newbery and Co., Ltd., 8-h.p. SingleCylinder Diesel Engine with Centrifugal Pump, 95*
  • Russian Book on Cathodic Protection (Review), 659
  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 750/1,000-kW. Gas Turbine, 11; Diesel-Driven Irrigation Pump, 107*; 1,125-b.h.p. Twelve-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 262*; 1,260-h.p. Industrial Gas Turbine, 358*
  • Ryaland (Manchester), Ltd., Accelerator Pump for Central-Heating Systems, 287*
  • Rye-Arc, Ltd.,Reinforced-Concrete Workshop, 93*
  • SABRATHA, Roman City, Lybia, “ Concrete ” from, 756*
  • Safety Device for Torque Overload (Tiltman Langley Laboratories, Ltd.), 682*
  • — Lamps, 150-Watt Pneumatic Miner’s Lamp
  • (Atlas Diesel Co.), 643*
  • — of Life at Sea. See Life-Saving
  • — in Mines, Chief Inspector’s Report, 242
  • — in Mines, Research on, Annual Report, on,
  • 626
  • — Road, Work of Road Research Board on,
  • 177
  • Sailing Ship “ Cutty Sark ” Report on, State of, 337
  • Saint. See St.
  • Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd., System for Remote Indication of Measurements, 672*
  • | Salisbury,” H.M. Aircraft-Direction Frigate, Launch of, 13*
  • Salisbury Precision Engineering, Ltd., Optical Follower for Milling Machine, 425*
  • Salmon, Dr. E. H., 500-ton Floating Dock on Lake Nyasa, 200*
  • Salon, Paris, Air. See Exhibition
  • Salopian Engineers, Ltd., “ Cheshire ” Petrol- Driven Trench Digger, 106*; Cantilever Traction Attachment for Tractor, 745*; Power-Driven Baling Machines, 746*
  • Salvage Work on Wrecked French Destroyer “ Maill6 Br6z6,” 608
  • Sambrook, K. H., on Smokeless Combustion of Fuel Oils, 498
  • “ Samoa,” M.S., Cargo Liner, 217* Sampling Apparatus, Liquid-Metal, 735*
  • Sand Drying and Filling Plant for Pipe Bending (Foundry Equipment, Ltd.), 313*
  • — Preparation Plant, Millspaugh Centrifugal-
  • Casting Foundry, 594, 629*
  • — for Shell Moulding Process, 251, 285 Sanderson Bros. and Newbould, Ltd., Heliocentric Speed Reduction Gear, 59*; Tensioning of Band Saws, 57*
  • Sandhole Colliery, 62-h.p. Electric Locomotive with Overhead Conductor, 279*
  • Santa Massenza Hydro-Electric Plant, 269* Sapcote Junction, Leicestershire, Experiments on Surface Dressings for Soil Road, 793
  • Sarjant, Prof. R. J., on Space Heating, 61
  • Sarjeant, C. J., the Late, 622
  • Saunders-Roe, Ltd., Pulse-Jet Aero Engine for Helicopters, 319*; “Princess” Flying Boat at High Altitudes, 331*; Future of “ Princess ” Flying Boat, 653
  • Saunders-Roe (Anglesey), Ltd., All-Welded • Aluminium-Alloy Motor Yacht “ Morag Mhor,” 180*
  • Saunders Valve Co., Ltd., Two-Stage Marine Centrifugal Pump, 262*; Ebonite Diaphragm Valve, 263*
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Sawmill, Mobile (Etablissement C.D.), 776* Saxton, W. H., the Late, 494
  • “ S.B.5 ” Adjustable-Wing Research Aircraft, 375*
  • Scammell Lorries, Ltd., Motor Lorry for Bulk Transport of Carbon Black, 429*
  • Schairer, G.S., on Pod Mounting of Jet Engines, 453
  • Schenck, C., G.m.b.H., Balancing Machine for Alternator Rotors, 523*
  • “ Schenectady,” Oil Tanker, Failure of, 70, 187
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Schools, Heating of, Investigations on, 422 Science and Mathematics, Graduate Teachers of, Report, 754
  • — Museum, South Kensington, Booklet on
  • “ Conquest of the Air," 818
  • — for Its Own Sake, 315, 343
  • — in United States during 1951-52, Report on,
  • 690
  • Scientific Management. See Works Management
  • — Policy, Advisory Council on, Annual Report,
  • 113
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • Scientists and Technologists, Industrial, Advanced Short Courses for, 307
  • Scintillation Counter and Luminescence (Review), 644
  • Scott, G., and Son (London), Ltd., Laboratory and Industrial Disintegrator, 832*
  • Scotland, Aero-Engine Factory at East Kilbride. 717* 1
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • — North, Hydro-Electric Board, Slag Cement
  • Plant at Cluanie Dam, 557*. See Hrratim, 640
  • — Notes from, 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206,
  • 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590, 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 814. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Scottish Aviation, Twin Pioneer Air Liner, 471
  • — Council (Development and Industry),
  • Mission to North America, 819
  • Scottish Diatomite, Ltd., Diatomite Industry in Isle of Skye, 444
  • Scottish Mechanical Light Industries, Ltd., Tractor-Mounted Transport Platform, 45*; Multi-Bagging Unit, 791*; Electric Hammer Mill,. 791*
  • — Museum, Royal, Edinburgh, Annual Report,
  • 83
  • Screen, Vibratory, for Stone-Crushing Plant, 281*
  • Screw, Machine, Unified, Specification, 512
  • — Nuts and Bolts, Black, Specification, 606
  • — Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
  • “ Sea Mew ” Anti-Submarine Aircraft, 375*
  • — Waves,' Calming by Pneumatic Breakwater,
  • 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • Seaplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Searchlights, Marine (C.A.V., Ltd.), 326*
  • Seat, Ejector, Lightweight, for Aircraft, 585
  • Section, Shipbuilding, Optical marking-off System for, 486, 570*
  • Sediment Problems in Irrigation Projects in United States, 1*
  • Seed-Spacing Drill (Stanhay (Ashford), Ltd.), 105*
  • Seeder and Cultivator, Combined (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 86*
  • Sefton Substation, New South Wales, Electronic Arc Suppression in Traction Rectifiers, 773
  • Seifert; Col. R., Reinforced-Concrete Workshop, 93*
  • Selenium, New Source of, Investigation of, 569 Self-Changing Gears, Ltd., Epicyclic Gearbox without Clutch Pedal, 694*
  • Sendzimir, Ltd., Rolling Mill for Strip, 91*; Cold-Rolling Mill, Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*?; 363*; Planetary Hot- Rolling Mill for Steel Strip, 545*
  • Sentinel (Shrewsbury), Ltd., “ Power Pack ” 60-h.p. Diesel Engine, 392*
  • Separator, Centrifugal, at Dovercourt Yeast Factory, 77*
  • Service Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • “Setter IX," Whale Catcher, Model of Machinery for (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 357*
  • Severn, River, Model of, at Bull’s Bridge Research Laboratory, 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • “ Sflndex,” Soci6t6, Annular Flow Guide Vanes for Water Turbines, 550*
  • Shaft, Crank. See Crankshaft
  • — and Holes, Fitting of. See Gauges
  • Shardlow, A., and Co., Ltd., Vertical Crankpin- Turning Machine, 59*
  • Sharp, F. C., oh Shepcote-Lane Plant of Firth- Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., 436*. See 332*, 362*
  • Sharpies Centrifuges, Ltd., Centrifuge for Heavy Fuel Oils, 798*
  • Shaw, A. G., on Use of Motion Study in Increasing Productivity, 390
  • Shaw, S. E., on Unified Boiler Control at Trafford Power Station, 676*
  • Shear Tests. See Tests (Materials')
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Shed, Storage, of Timber Construction, Victoria Docks, Hull, 796*
  • — Store for Grain Silo at Dublin, 577*
  • Sheet Material, Side-Register Control Equipment for Reeling of (Ferranti, Ltd.), 669*
  • — Metal, Stretcher-Strain Markings in,
  • Methods of Measuring, 439
  • — Steel, Printed, Drying Oven for (Stordy
  • Engineering, Ltd.), 779*
  • — and Strip Metal Users’ Technical Associa
  • tion, Conference on Hardness Testing of Steel, Sheffield, Programme, 314
  • Sheffield, Alsing Road Works, Millspaugh Centrifugal-Casting Foundry, 594, 629*
  • — City Council, Refuse-Disposal Plant, 633*
  • — Conference on Hardness Testing of Steel,
  • Programme, 314
  • — Craftsmanship Training at, 531, 533
  • — Laboratories of British Iron and Steel
  • Research Association, 683*
  • — Metallurgical Industries, 89*
  • — Shepcote Lane Plant of Firth-Vickers
  • Stainless Steels, Ltd., 332*, 362*. See LETTER, 436*
  • Shell-Mex and B.P., Ltd., Petroleum-Storage Depot, Pickering, 250*; Piston-Ring Wear Measuring Plant, 395*
  • — Moulds, Pneumatic Clamp for, 296*
  • — Moulding Process, Introduction and Appre
  • ciation, 251, 285
  • Shell Tankers, Ltd., Triple-Screw Motor Launch, 680*
  • Shepcote Lane Plant of Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., 332*, 362*. See LETTER, 436*
  • Shepheard, R. B., on Welding Research in British Merchant Shipbuilding, 639. See 586
  • Shepherd, F., and Son, Ltd., Laminated-Wood Silo for Cement, 109*
  • Shepherd-Barron, W. P., on London Docks, 637
  • Sheppard- and Sons, Ltd., Continuous Casting Machine for Copper Ingots, 809*
  • “ Sherpa ” Research Aircraft with AeroIsoclinic Wins', 544*, 749*
  • Ship Canal. See Canal
  • — Under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 137,
  • 562
  • — Defects, Investigations'on, '628
  • — Diesel-Engined. See Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Electrical Propulsion. See Marine Propul
  • sion
  • Ship Launching. See LawncAwip
  • — Lifeboats and Inflatable Rafts, 458, 465.
  • See LETTER, 532
  • — Model Experiments. See PanZ: Experiments
  • — Motor. See Motorships; Marine Propul
  • sion
  • — Plates. Brittle Fracture of, 70,187, 220, 639
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Propulsion. See Afarine PropwZswn; En
  • gines; Turbines; Propellers
  • — Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — Structures, Testing Frame for, 115*
  • — for Transport of Motor Vehicles and Railway
  • Wagons, 522
  • — Wooden, Causes of Deterioration in; 337
  • — See also .Marine; Motorships; Shipping;
  • Steamers; Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers in Scotland, Institution of. See Engineers
  • Shipbuilding; All-Welded Aluminium-Alloy Motor Yacht “ Morag Mhor,” 180*
  • —- Aluminium Fishing Cruiser “ Gay Jane,” 777*
  • — British Merchant, Welding Research in, 639
  • — Brittle Fracture in Ship Plates, 70,187,220,
  • 639
  • — Launching Greases, Tests of, 468
  • — Launches and Trial Trips of Ships, 15, 47,
  • 79, 111. 159; 187, 207, 248, 303, 335, 472; 540, 601?, §70, 732, 799, 826
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — S.S. “ Ocean Vulcan,” Sea Trials (Review),
  • 165
  • — Oil Tanker “ Helix,” 619*
  • — Optical Marking-off System for Plates and
  • Sections, 486, 570*
  • — M.S. “ Pavia,” Cunard Cargo Liner, 92*
  • — M.S. “ Samoa/’ 217*
  • — Vessels Under Construction, Lloyd’s Stat
  • istics, 137, 562
  • — S.S. “ Vigilant-/’ 158*
  • — Yards Using Optical Marking-off Methods,
  • 486, 571
  • — See also Steamers; Naval'; Warships and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipyard. See iSAipSwiZdiny Yard
  • Shock Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests (Materials)
  • Shop Management. See Works Management
  • Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd., “ Sea Mew” Anti-Submarine Aircraft, 375*; “ S.B.5 ” Adjustable-Wing Research Aircraft, 375*; Machined Box-Spar for Aircraft Construction? 404*; Redux- Bonded Wing-Skin Aircraft Construction, 405; Analogue Computer, 477*; “Sherpa” Research Aircraft with Aero-Isoclinic Wing, 544*, 749*
  • Show. See Exhibition
  • Shredder, Stalk and Weed (Steel Fabricators (Cardiff), Ltd.), 811*
  • Shrink-Fit Calculations, Design Aid for, 228* Shuman-Boys Solar Boiler at Meadi, Cairo, 380*
  • Shuttering for Concrete Floors and Roofs, Supports for (Blaw Knox, Ltd.), 447*
  • Sickla Works, Stockholm, of Atlas Diesel Co., 641*
  • Siddons, R. A., the Late, 78
  • Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd., Marconj-Siebe Gorman Underwater Television Camera, 358*
  • Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., West Hartlepool Works of, 94
  • — Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Siemens, Sir W., Collection of Letters to, 730 Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd., Comparators and Linear Measuring .Instruments, 523
  • “ Sigmatest ” Conductivity Meter, 293*
  • Sigmund Pumps, Ltd., Centrifugal Pump, 394*; Model of Pumping Plant at Cardon Refinery, Venezuela, 394*
  • Signal-Spectacle Glazing, British Railways, 349*
  • Silentbloc, Ltd.,1 “ Vibrex ” Panel Fasteners, 827*
  • “ Silester ” for Foundry Use, 239
  • Silo, Grain, Prestressed-Concrete, at Dublin, 577*
  • — Laminated-Wood, for Cement (F. Shepherd
  • Son, Ltd.). 109*
  • Silorators, Ltd., Forage Harvester, 44*
  • Silver City Airways, Ltd., Cross-Channel Car-Ferry Air Services of, 169*
  • Silversmith Work (J. Dixon and Sons, Ltd.), 91* Simpson, J., and Co., Beam Pumping Engines of, 501*
  • Simpson, J., the Late, 494
  • Sims, R. F., on Wear of Carbon Brushes at High Altitudes, 726
  • Singapore, Pasir Panjang Power Station, 283 Sintering in Iron and Steel Industry, Researches on, 116
  • — Symposium on, Iron and Steel Institute.
  • See Vol. 177
  • Skerrey, E. W., on Priming Paints for Light Alloys, 470
  • Skye, Isle of, Diatomite Industry of, 444
  • Slab. Concrete, with Reinforced Circular Hole, 'Stresses in, 808*
  • Slag. See Metallurgy
  • Sling, Wire-Rope, Braided (British Ropes, Ltd.), 357*
  • Smale, J. A., on Commonwealth Telecommunications, 602
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, C. C., on Administrative Problems in Public Lighting, 370
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C. on Centenary of D. F. J. Arago, 436; qn W. Gilbert, 819. See 755
  • Smith, F. S., the Late, 490
  • Smith, Prof. S. P., the Late, 276
  • Smithfield Show and Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, 745*, 790*, 810*
  • Smith’s Industrial Instruments, Ltd., Rudder- Angle Transmitter, 325*; Rudder-Angle Indicator, 325*; Speed Control Switch, 325*
  • Smoke Abatement and Atmospheric Pollution, 497
  • Smoke Abatement, Legislation on, 7/8’7
  • Society, National, Smokeless Zones in Industrial Cities, by A. Marsh, 83. See 498; North-Western Division: Air Pollution and the Law, by A. Marsh, 787
  • — Emission and Atmospheric Pollution, 747
  • Smokeless Zones in Industrial Cities and Towns, 83, 498
  • Snow and Co., Ltd., Heavy-Duty Precision Grinding Machine, 58*
  • — Removal, ‘Work of Road Research Board
  • on, 178
  • Soci6t6 Financidre d’Expansion Commerciale et Industrielle S.A. “ Sflndex,” Annular- Flow Guide Vanes for Water Turbines, 550*
  • — Indus trielle pour l’A^ronautique, “ Minijet ”
  • Training Aircraft, 44*
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. See Motor
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • — Trade. See Laftour; Labour Notes; PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Soete, Prof. W., on Brittle Fracture and Notched Bend Tests, 71
  • Softener, Water. See Water
  • Soil-Cement and Concrete-Road Construction, 681, 724
  • — Compactor, Vibratory, Diesel-Engined
  • (A.B. Vibro-Verken); 60*
  • — Formations, Surface Dressings for Protect
  • ing, 793*
  • — Stabilised, Tests for, Standard Methods of,
  • 60
  • Solar Energy: Past, Present and Future Applications, 372, 377*, 409*
  • Possibilities of, 382
  • — Observations at Royal Observatories, 125,
  • 211
  • Solus-Schall, Ltd., Mobile Fluoroscopy Unit, 293*; " Sigmatest” Conductivity Meter, 293*; Isotope Containers, 293
  • Somersetshire, Underwood Quarry, Experimental Stone-Crushing Plant, 281*
  • Soot-Blower, “ Air-Puff” (Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.), 393*
  • Sound Broadcasting by British Broadcasting Corporation, 499, 543, 573
  • — and Television Broadcasts of Coronation
  • Ceremonies. Technical Arrangements for, 775
  • South Africa, Coalbrook Fischer-Tropsch Plant, 297
  • Electricity Supply Commission, Annual Report, 532
  • — African Railways and Harbours Administration, Model of Table Bay Harbour, 245*, ,267*
  • — Bank, River Thames, London, Scheme for
  • Development of, 532
  • — India, Tunnels for Machkund Hydro-Electric Scheme, 683
  • — Kensington, Science Museum, Booklet on
  • “ Conquest of the Air,” 818
  • South Staffordshire Waterworks Co., Blithfleld Reservoir, 598*
  • — Wales, Abernant Colliery Project, 243
  • — West. England and South Wales, Notes from,
  • 14, 46, 78, 110, 142, 174, 206, 238, 270, 302, 334, 366, 398, 430, 462, 494, 526, 558, 590; 622, 654, 686, 718, 750, 782, 814. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Yorkshire, Notes from. See Lancashire
  • and South Yorkshire
  • Southampton Harbour Board, 150th Anniversary of, 500
  • Southwell, Sir R., on Relaxation Methods: A Retrospect, 691
  • Space Heating, Problems of, 61
  • Spanish “ Pegaso ” Motor Car, 566*
  • Spanner, Box, Manufacture of, 195*
  • Spanner, E. F., the Late, 212. See LETTER, 338
  • Spar, Box, for Aircraft (Short' Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 404*
  • Specialities, Incorporated, Airstream Direction Detector, 480*
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standards; Standardisation
  • Spectrographic Analvsis of Low-Alloy Steels, 798
  • Speed Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • —Control Switch (Smith’s Industrial Instruments, Ltd.), 325*
  • — Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing;
  • Marine Propulsion
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • Spencer, K. A., on Cathodic Protection and Engineering Design, 650
  • Spillway, Blithfield Reservoir, 598*
  • Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels.
  • Sporn, P., on Atomic Power and Electricity Supply in Ohio, 818
  • Spraying Equipment, Agricultural (E. Allman and Co., Ltd.), 85*, 86*
  • Spring-Making Machine (Tempered Spring Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • Spurrier Lecture on Road Transport and Commercial-Motor Manufacturers, by H. Spurrier, 821
  • St. Albans, Prae Wood, Wind-Power Equipment Exhibition at, 33*
  • St. Clement’s Bridges, Victoria- Docks, Aberdeen, 481*
  • St. Venant Theory for Torsion of Twisted Prisms, 769*
  • Stabilisers of S.S. “ Andes,” 491
  • Stabilising Machine, Automatic, for Fluorescent-Tube Manufacture, 389*
  • Stability of Aircraft. See Aeronautics
  • Stacker and Loader, Dual-Purpose (Steel Fabricators (Cardiff ', Ltd.), 812*
  • Stacking and Unloading Machine (Crone and Taylor, Ltd.), 288*
  • Stafford and Preston Works of English Electric Co., Ltd., 19
  • Staging Units of Standard Aluminium-Alloy Parts (Aero Controls, Ltd,), 448*
  • Stalk and Weed Shredder (Steel Fabricators (Cardiff), Ltd.), 811*
  • Stanchions. See Columns
  • Standard Development Co., Ltd., Yeast Factory at Dovercourt, 76*
  • — “ Eight ” Motor Car, 534*
  • — System, British, of Limits and Fits, 817 Standard Telecommunications Laboratories,
  • Ltd., Portable Aluininium-Alloy Mast, 127*
  • Standard Yeast Co., Ltd., Equipment at Dovercourt Factory, 76*
  • Standardisation on British Railways, 20. See LETTER, 84
  • — in Motor-Car Manufacture, 529 Standards, Cable, Commonwealth Conference
  • on, 190
  • — Institution, British, Methods of Tests for
  • Stabilised Soils, 60 ; Standardisation of Indian Locomotives in 1903, .801*; Memorandum on Value of Properties of High-Conductivity Copper, 111
  • British,. Specifications, Steel and Aluminium Alloy Nuts and Bolts for Aircraft, 15 ; Wood Poles for Overhead Lines, 79; Milling Cutters, 79; Absolute Viscosity of Water, 79; Accuracy of Chucks for Lathes and Drilling Machines, 111; Classification of Diamond Powder, 143; Swaged Cable-End Assemblies for Steel Wire Rope for Aircraft, 143; Double-Coil Spring Washers for Aircraft, 143; Cartridge Fuse-Links for Use in Plugs, 207; Dimensions of Diamond Truing. Tools, 254; Oil Suction and Discharge Hose, 288; Measuring and Control Instruments and Panels for Industrial Processes, 288; Dimensions of Collapsible Tubes, 288; Electric Cables and Flexible Cords, 320; Cotter Slots and Quick-Release Tapers, 320; Acceptance Tests for Turbo-Type Compressors and Exhausters, 367; Electricity Meters, 367; Accuracy of Circular Gear-Shaving Cutters, 367; Steel Butt- Welded Pipe Fittings, 512; Unified Machine Screws and Machine Screw Nuts, 512; Copper Tubes, 606; Copper Plate, 606; Methods of Protection Against Corrosion for Light-Gauge Steel Used in Buildings, 606; Dimensions of X-Ray Films for Crystallography, 606; Black Bolts, Screws and Nuts, 606; Analysis of Copper in Aluminium and 'Aluminium Alloys, 767; Cast-Iron Flanged Pipes and Flanged Fittings, 767; Aluminium- Bronze Rods and Forgings, 768; Symbols on Flow Diagrams of Chemical and Petroleum Plant, 798; Methods of Testing Raw Rubber and Unvulcanised Compounded Rubber, 798; Protective Transformers, 798; Winchester Bottles, 798; Spectrographic Analysis of Low-Alloy Steels, 798; Electroplated Coatings of Nickel and Chromium, 829 ; Nickel Anodes and Nickel Salts for Electroplating, 829; Preferred Numbers, 829; Paraffin Appliances, 829; Tubular Heat- Exchangers, 829
  • Stanhay (Ashford), Ltd., Seed-Spacing Drill, 105*
  • Star, Radio Waves from, 316
  • Starke, B., and Co., Ltd., Kuhlmann Perspective Draughting Machine, 202*
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric
  •  ?—for Oil Engine (C.A.V., Ltd.), 325*, 791* State Railways. See Railways
  • Stations, Power. See Power Stations
  • -— Railway, Inspection Ladder for Roofs, (Merryweather and Sons, Ltd.), 118*
  • Statistics, Trade. See Trade
  • Statutory Duty of Employers, 179
  • “ Stavolt ” Armature for Alternating-Current Electric Generator, 259*
  • Staythorpe Substation, 275-kV Transmission System, 122*
  • Steam Boats. See Steamers
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Cycles for British Power Stations, 827
  • — Engines. See Engines
  • — Locomotive in America (Review), 273
  • — Pipes, High Temperature, Calculation of
  • Thickness of, 549. See LETTER, 723
  • — Plant, Back-Pressure, and Fuel Economy,
  • Government Survey, 28
  • — Roller. See Road Roller
  • — Turbines. See Turfrines Steamer “ Andes,” Stabilisers of, 491
  • — “ Capable,” H.M. Tug, Variable-Pitch
  • Propeller of, 582
  • — Under Construction, Llovd’s Statistics, 137,
  • 562
  • — Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • — Geared Turbines for. See Marine Propul
  • sion
  • — “ Helix,” Turbo-Electric Machinery of,
  • 619*
  • — Launching of. See Launching
  • — “ Ocean Vulcan,” Sea Trials of, Report
  • (Review), 165 .
  • — “ Orsova,” “ Weldex ” Bled-Steam Air
  • Preheater for, 417*
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • — Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — “ Vigilant ” for Harbour Work, 158*
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion; Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships; Turbines; Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • ' Steamships. See Ships; Steamers; Warships Steel, Alloy, Production in Sheffield, 90
  • — Brittle Fracture of, Glasgow Conference
  • on, 70, 187, 220. See 639
  • — Castings, “ Centrispun ” (Firth-Vickers
  • Stainless Steels, Ltd.), 91*
  • Research Association, British, Liquid- Metal Sampling Apparatus, 735*
  • — Consumption in Various Countries, 383 —- Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Creep-Resisting, Design of, 455, 505*, 537_* Steel Fabricators (Cardiff), Ltd., Stalk and Weed Shredder, 811*; Dual-Purpose Loader and Stacker, 812*
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Steel Founders’ Association, British, Annual Dinner, 755
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — for High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 549.
  • See LETTER, 723
  • —- Light-Gauge, in Buildings, Protection Against Corrosion, Specification, 606
  • — Low-Alloy, Spectrographic Analysis of,
  • Specification, 798
  • — Magnetic, Application of Calorimetry to,
  • 517, 765
  • — Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Plate, Mild, Brittle Fracture of, 70, 187,
  • 220, 639
  • — Physical Properties as Function of- Temper
  • ing Temperature, 84
  • — Rails. See Rails
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Ropes. See Wire Ropes
  • — Sheets, Printed, Drying Oven for (Stordy
  • Engineering, Ltd.), 779*
  • — Statistics for Europe, Quarterly Bulletin of,
  • 510
  • — Stress Distribution in. See Stress; Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Strip, Planetary Rolling Mills for (Ductile
  • Steels, Ltd.), 545*
  • — Stainless, Production at Shepcote Lane
  • Works, Sheffield, 332*, 362*. See LETTER 436*
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Works. See Works
  • Steelmaking Related to Blast-Furnace Practice; 701
  • Steels Engineering Products, Ltd., Lorry-- Mounted Tower Crane, 813*
  • Steering. Unit, Mechanical Power, Studebaker Motor Car, 587*
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Jubilee of, 312
  • Stockdale Engineering Co., Ltd., Rotary Vacuum Filter with String Discharge, 260*
  • Stockholm, Sickla Works of Atlas Diesel Co., 641*
  • Stockpiling and Loading Equipment, Birkenhead Gasworks, 822*
  • Stockwell Garage, London Transport Executive, 703*
  • Stoke Newington Pumping Station, Dismantling of Beam Engines at, 501 *
  • Stoker, Chain-Grate, for Shell Boiler, Influence of Coal Properties on Combustion, 61
  • — Mechanical, with Combined Bunker and
  • Hopper Feeds (Hope’s Heating and Engineering, Ltd.), 729*
  • — — Hodgkinson, for Boilers at Aero- Engine
  • Factory, East Kilbride, 717*
  • Stone-Crushing Plant, Experimental, at Underwood Quarry, 281*
  • Storage and Distribution Depot, Petroleum, Pickering, 250*
  • — Shed of Timber Construction, Victoria
  • Docks, Hull, 796*
  • -Stordy Engineering, Ltd., Gas-Fired Drying Oven for Steel Sheets, 779*
  • Store, Shed, for Grain Silo at Dublin, 577*
  • Storey, T. (Engineers), Ltd., Bailey Bridge Units, 601*
  • Strain-Ageing in 6-per cent. Tin Phosphor- Bronze, 438
  • — Gauge. See Gauge
  • — See also Stress
  • Stratification, Thermal, and “ Overturn ” in Lakes and Reservoirs, 821
  • Stream-Line Filters, Ltd., Filtering Unit for Transformer Oil, 395*
  • Street Lighting Practice, 370
  • — Railway. See Tramways
  • — See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Analysis of Structures with Electronic
  • Digital’Computer, 230*, 277*
  • — Bending, in Simply-Supported Rectangular
  • Plates, 308*, 358*
  • — in Concrete Slab with Reinforced Circular
  • Hole, 808*
  • — in Curved Beam, Determination of, 103*
  • — Diffusion in Bridge-Deck Systems, 645*
  • — in High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 549.
  • See LETTER, 723
  • — Limiting, in Prestressed-Concrete Struc
  • tures, 490
  • — Optical Determination of. See Photo
  • Elastic
  • — Repetitions. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Strain Curves of Aluminium Alloys, 438
  • — in Twisted Elastic Prisms, 769*
  • — in Welded Mild-Steel Plates, 639
  • Stretcher-Strain Markings in Aluminium Alloys, 438
  • Strikes. See La&owr; La&our Notes; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Strip-Feeding Machines (Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 279*
  • — Steel, Planetary Rolling Mill for (Ductile
  • Steels, Ltd.), 545*
  • — Stainless, Production, at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 332*, 362*. See also LETTER, 436*
  • — Thickness Measurement by Radioactive
  • Materials, 157
  • Stroboscopic Apparatus for Investigating Pressure Rise in Spark-Ignition Engines, 135*
  • Structural Design of Aeroplanes. See Aeroplane under Aeronautics
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Presidential Ad
  • dress by Lieut.-Col. R. F. Galbraith on Developments in Structural Engineering, 501
  • — Material, Aluminium as, 179
  • Structures, Buried or Submerged, Cathodic Protection of, 287. See KrraZwm, 299
  • — Concrete, Use of Electrical Strain Gauges
  • on, 487
  • Structures, Framed, Analysis by Electronic Digital Computer, 230*, 277*
  • — Long-Term Tests on, Vibrating-Wire Strain
  • Gauge for, 153*
  • —- Prestressed-Concrete, Behaviour of, 551
  • — — Concrete. See also Concrete, Prestressed
  • — Reinforced-Concrete. See Concrete, Rein
  • forced
  • — Ships’, Testing Frame for, 115*
  • -— Tubular Steel, for Factory Buildings, 617*
  • — Welded, Conference on, Programme, 318 Struts. See Columns
  • Stuart Lecture on Engine Research on Fuels and Lubricants, 37*
  • Studebaker Motor Car, 587*
  • Submarine Telegraphs. See Telegraphs
  • — Telephone. See Telephone Substation, Ala Hydro-Electric Plant, 269*
  • — Green Ayre, for Lancaster- Morecambe-
  • Heysham Line, 460*
  • — London Transport Executive, at Surrey
  • Docks, 437*
  • — Sefton, New South Wales, Electronic Arc
  • Suppression in Traction Rectifiers, 773
  • Sugar Centrifugal, Electrically-Driven (T. Broadbent and Sons, Ltd.), 293*
  • Sully, Dr. A. H., on Properties of Chromium and Its Alloys, 541
  • Sulphide Films on Copper, Growth of, 470 Sulphonating Pot, Electric Heater for (Isopad, Ltd.), 294*
  • Sulphur Dioxide and Atmospheric Pollution, 747
  • — Removal from Flue Gases, 145
  • Sulzer, Dr. R., the Late, 21*
  • Sun. See Solar
  • Sunshine Creek, Wyoming, Sediment Problems in, 3*
  • “ Super Sprite ” Rocket Motor, 287, 406* Superheater, Locomoth e. See Locomotive Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, Electricity Supply: First Five Years of Nationalisation, by V. Clements, 663 Supply, Ministry of, “ Appointed Day ” for Iron and Steel Act, 1953, 50; Report on Future of Woolwich Arsenal, 147; Statement on Guided Rockets, 274; Automatic Radar Meteorological Station, 299*; Work of Ultra Short Wave Panel, 316; Exhibits at Aircraft Display at Farnborough, 406; Telemetry for Guided Weapons, 518*; Tank Factory, Leyland, Lancashire, 630* Aero-Engine Factory, East Kilbride, 717*
  • Surface Dressings for Protecting Soil Formations, 793*
  • — Grinding Machine. See Grinding under
  • Machine Tools
  • — Metallic, Properties' of (Review), 516
  • Surge Tank, Conduit Furnished with, Calculation of Oscillations In (Review), 517
  • Surrey Docks Substation, Lpndon Transport Executive, 437*
  • Surveyors, Astronomy for, Elements of (Review), 387
  • Suspension Systems, Motor-Car, Developments in, 587*
  • Sutherland, Dr. W. D., on Combined Magnetisation of Magnetic Materials, 697*, 731. See 517
  • Swaging Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Swain, A. J., on Stretcher-Strain Markings in Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys. 439
  • Swain, F. E., oh Control Valves for High Air- Mass Flows, 705*
  • Swan, Hunter, and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Oil Tanker “ Helix,” 619*
  • Sweden, Atlas Diesel Co., Mining Machinery of, 641*
  • Swedish Pneumatic Tools and Machines, 499 Swift, F . the Late. 590
  • Swiss Federal Railways, Riding Control for Bogie of 6,000-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 285*
  • Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, Riding Control for Locomotive Bogie, 285*
  • — See also Switzerland
  • Switches, Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric Switchgear, 45-MVA 660-Volt Air-Break (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • — Circuit-Breaker, 750-MVA 33-kV (A. Rey-
  • rolle and Co., Ltd.), 264*
  • — — Breaker, Researches on, 644 (Review)
  • — Direct-Current, for Unified Boiler Control
  • System, 676*
  • — Factory, Loughborough, Brush Electrical
  • Engineering Co., Ltd., 569*
  • — Fuse Switch, 11-kV Outdoor, for Ring Mains
  • (Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd.), 96*
  • — Fused, for Oilfield Work (Electro Mechanical
  • Manufacturing Co., Ltd'.), 291*
  • — High-Voltage, Insulation of, 767
  • — for Julia Hydro-Electric Station, 131*
  • — Portuguese Hydro-Electric Scheme, 662*
  • — Singapore Power Station (A. Reyrolle &
  • Co., Ltd.), 284
  • — at Surrey Docks Substation, 437*
  • — for 275-kV Transmission System, 122*
  • — for Uskmouth Power Station, 552* Switching of Telephone Calls, Electronics of,
  • 389, 413*, 445*
  • Switzerland, Baden, Research Laboratory of Brown Boveri and Co., Ltd., 609*
  • — Zurich Electricity-Supply Schemes, 129*
  • — See-also SSwiss
  • Sykes, Dr. C., on Metallurgical Industries of Sheffield, 89*
  • Syringe, Hypodermic, Manufacture of Tubes for, 225*
  • TABLE BAY Harbour, Model of, Measurement of Wave Heights in, 245*, 267*
  • — for Bucket and Comet Orbits (Review), 613 ;— Tilting, for Radiography (Watson and Sons (Electro-Medical), Ltd.), 224*
  • Tangential Water Wheels. See Pelton Wheels
  • Tank-Cleaning Plant for Oil Tankers at Cardiff, 149*
  • — Experimental, D. W. Taylor, Work of, 584
  • — — Wageningen, Researches at, 403, 425
  • — Factory, Leyland, Lancashire, 630*
  • — Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Ships, Motor. See Oil Tankers
  • — Steamers. See Oil Tankers
  • — Storage, at Dovercourt Yeast Factory, 76* and Pipelines, Cathodic Protection of,
  • Russian Book on (Review), 659
  • Tangyes, Ltd., 2f-b.h.p. Single-Cylinder Gas Engine, 215*
  • Tap, Expanding for special work (S. Osborn and Co., Ltd.), 57*
  • Tapers, Quick-Release, and Cotter Slots, Specification, 320
  • Tar and Bitumen Emulsion as Surface Dressings for Soil Roads, 793*
  • Target, Towed, High-Speed (Air Service Training Ltd.), 405*
  • Taskers of Andover (1932), Ltd., Electrically- Driven Pig-Food Mincing Machine, 45*; Tractor-Mounted Carrier Box, 45*
  • Tasmania Hydro-Electric Commission, 275-kW
  • Hot-Galvanising Bath, 638*
  • Taylor, Dr. A., on Structure of Nickel-Rich Alloys, 541
  • Taylor, F.-G., on Experimental Stone-Crushing
  • Plant, 281*
  • Taylor, Dr. F. M. H., on Conservation of Fuel and Power Resources, 735
  • Taylor, J., on Gusts and Their Measurement, 765
  • Taylor, J. P., Storage Shed of Timber Construction, 796*
  • Taylor’s Shaft, East Pool Mine, Redruth, Cornish Engine at, 342*
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., Microscope for Edges of Turbine Blades, 192*
  • Taylor Woodrow Construction, Ltd., Development of London Airport, 397*;. Kirkby Factory for Tubewrights, Ltd.,. 617*
  • Tawse, W., Ltd., Foundations for St. Clement’s
  • Bridge, Aberdeen, 483*
  • Taxation and Motor-Car Industry, 529 Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Education
  • — Information and Documents Unit, Informa
  • tion on Conservation of Raw Materials in Europe, 20
  • — Societies. See Institutions and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Technological Education, Conference on, 723 Technologists and Scientists, Industrial, Advanced Short Courses for, 307
  • Teddington Industrial Equipment, Ltd., Protection Units for Oil Engine, 393*
  • Teed, P. L., on Titanium: A Metal of Engineering Importance, 603*, 635. See 455. See LETTERS, 756, 787
  • Telecommunications, Commonwealth, Growth in Traffic, 602
  • Telegraphy, Commonwealth, Growth in Traffic,
  • 602
  • — Independent Side-Bend Communications
  • Receiver for (Mullard, Ltd.), 184
  • — Wireless. See Radar; Radio; Television
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telemetry for Guided Weapons, 518* Telephone Calls, Electronics in Switching of,
  • 389, 413*, 445*
  • — Cable, Submarine, Great Britain to America,
  • 755
  • Telephony, Commonwealth, Growth in Traffic,
  • 602
  • — Independent Side-Band Communications
  • Receiver for (Mullard, Ltd.), 184
  • — Wireless. See Radar; Radio; Television
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telescope, Radio, Manchester and Cambridge,
  • 317
  • — at Royal Greenwich Observatory, Herstmon-
  • ceux, 125, 211
  • Television Advisory Committee, First Report, 81
  • — Broadcasting, Application of Colour to, 389,
  • 441*
  • — Camera, Underwater, Marconi-Siebe Gor
  • man, Tank Test of (Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd.), 358*
  • — Developments by British Broadcasting Cor
  • poration, 24
  • — Policy, Government Memorandum on, 659
  • — 2nd. Radio Exhibition, National, 338
  • — and Sound Broadcasts of. Coronation Cere
  • monies, Technical Arrangements and Operations, 775
  • — Water-Level Receiver (Bailey Meters &
  • Controls, Ltd.), 393*
  • — Work of British Broadcasting Corporation,
  • 543, 573
  • Temperature Control of Molten Glass Feeder, 5,1
  • Unit (P.A.M., Ltd.), 171*
  • Tempered Spring Co., Ltd., Spring-Making Machine, 59*
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under JieiciZ- Zwryy
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Terracer, Disc, Tractor-Mounted (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 23*
  • Tests, Aeronautical See Aeronautics
  • — Bed at Aero-Engine Factory, East Kil
  • bride, 717*
  • Flying, “ Olvmpus-Canberra ” and also “ Canberra,” 406
  • — of Celluloid Model Structures by Isodynamo
  • meter, 517, 665*
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — of Grillages, 804*
  • — High-Voltage Cable, Mobile Van for
  • (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 62*
  • — House for Oil-Burning Equipment, White’s
  • Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., 119*
  • — of Launching Greases, 468
  • — Long-Term, of Structures, Vibrating-Wire
  • Strain Gauge for, 153*
  • — Magnetic. See Magnetic

Tests (Materials):

  • Bending Tests of Simply-Supported Rectangular Plates, 308*, 358*
  • Compression-Creep Tests at High Temperatures, Equipment for, 28*
  • Creep Tests of Steel and Alloys for High- Temperatures, 455, 505*, 537*
  • — Testing Machines, 506* Fatigue-Testing Machine, Push-Pull (W.
  • and T. Avery, Ltd.), 322*
  • Hardness Tests, Vickers, Ball, Cone and Scratch, Conference, Sheffield, Programme, 314
  • Impact Tests of High-Purity iron Alloys, 773
  • Izod, Significance in Gear Design and Performance, 166*
  • -/ Siow-Bend for Investigating Brittle
  • Fracture, 772
  • of Steel Plates, 70, 187, 220, 639 Magnetic Tests. See Magnetic Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • ' Shearing Tests of Aluminium Rivets, 514* Stress Determination, Optical. See PhotoElastic
  • — in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile and Impact Tests for Ship Plates, 639
  • — Tests of Aluminium Rivets, 514*
  • of High-Purity Iron Alloys, 773
  • of Titanium and Its Alloys, 603* Testing of Copper-Base Alloy Castings, 223 — Machine, Compression-Creep, for High Temperatures, 28*
  • Compression and Transverse, for Concrete (Denison and Son, Ltd.), 294* Creep, 506*
  • Fatigue, Push-Pull (W. and T. Avery, Ltd.), 322*
  • for Wire-Rope Grips, 734* Tests, 3,500-h.p. Pametrada Marine Gas Turbine, 493*
  • — Rig for Electric Actuators (Tiltman Langley
  • Laboratories, Ltd.), 797*
  • — 100-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine '(Fodens,
  • Ltd.), 290
  • — for Stabilised Soils, Standard Methods
  • of, 60
  • — of Steam and Diesel-Electric Locomotives,
  • British Railways, 305
  • — Track, High-Speed, for Motor Vehicles, at
  • Lindley, 747
  • — of Two-Stroke Oil Engine for Automobiles,
  • 385*, 419*.’ See Erratum, 519
  • Tester, Insulation, “ Megger,” 290 Testing of Copper-Base Alloy Castings, 223
  • — Dynamic, of Wire Ropes and Fasteners
  • (E. H. Bentall and Co., Ltd.), 734*
  • — of Electricity Meters, 786
  • — Frame for Ships’ Structures, 11'5*
  • — Laboratory, Leatherhead, for Domestic
  • Electrical Appliances, 489*
  • See also National Physical and Laboratory
  • — Lubricant (Review), 165
  • — Machine, Compression-Creep, for High
  • Temperatures, 28*
  • Compression and Transverse, for Concrete (Denison and Son, Ltd.), 294*
  • — — Creep, 506*
  • — — Fatigue, Push-Pull (W. and T. Avery,
  • Ltd.), 322*
  • See also Tests (Materials-)
  • — Raw Rubber and Unvulcanised Compoun
  • ded Rubber, Methods of, Specification, 798
  • — See also Tests (Materials) ; Trials Text-Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Textile Industry, Use of Radioactive Materials in, 157
  • Thames, River, Dartford-Purfleet Tunnel under, 361
  • London, Scheme for Development of South Bank, 532
  • Thermal Efficiency of British Power Stations, 466, 827
  • Compound Beam, Pumping Engines, 501
  • — — 3,500-h.p. Pametrada Marine Gas
  • Turbine, 493*
  • — Treatnient, Metals. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • Thermodynamics (Review), 195
  • — Applied to Heat Engines (Review), 771
  • — Enthalpy-Entropy Diagrams, for Gas
  • Turbines (Review), 484
  • Thomas, B., the Late, 11
  • Thomas, E. L., on Analogue Computer, 477* Thomas, -R., and Baldwins, Ltd., versus Cummings, Legal Decisioibin, 99. See LETTER, 179
  • Thompson, J. (Sheffield), Ltd., Standard Engineers’ Tools, 57*
  • Thompson, J. (Wilson Boilers), Ltd., Boiler for Aero-Engine Factory, E. Kilbride, 717*
  • Thompson, R. W. S., on Stratification and “ Overturn ” in Lakes and Reservoirs, 821
  • Thompson, W., the Late, 276
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Vigilant,” 158* ; 30-h.p. Marine Diesel Engine,
  • 261* ; 52-kW Diesel-Driven Generator, 261* ; Motor Launch for Ceylon Navy, 301* ; Triple-Screw Motor Launch, 680*
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Thring, Prof. M. W., on Flame Length in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 725. See 744
  • Tie, Angle, Behaviour of, Report on Investigations on, 286
  • Tiltman Langley Laboratories, Ltd., Safety Device for Torque Overload, 682* ; Test Rig for Electric Actuators, 797*
  • Timber Construction, Storage Shed of, Victoria Docks, HuB, 796*
  • — Development Association, Exhibits at
  • Building Exhibition, 727
  • — Flooring for Aluminium-Alloy Bascule
  • Bridge, Aberdeen (Acme Flooring and Paving (1904), Ltd.), 481*
  • — Investigations by Forest Products Research
  • Board, 337
  • — Research in Australia, 679
  • Time-Delay Relay Switch, Pneumatic (Electro Methods, Ltd.), 218*
  • — and Motion Studies, Use and Techniques of,
  • 390
  • — Service Observations at Royal Observa
  • tories, 126, 211
  • Tin Box Making Machinery (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 460*
  • — Plate Sheets, Printed, Drying Oven for
  • (Storby Engineering, Ltd.), 779*
  • — Research Institute, Annual Report, 83 Tingle, F. L., the Late, 270
  • Tinzen Hydro-Electric Station, Zurich, 134* Tipler, H. R., on Properties of High-Purity Iron Alloys, 773
  • Tipper, Dr. C. F., on Effect of Dimensions on Notch Bend Testing, 71 ; on Fracture of Alpha Iron, 772
  • Titanium Production Plant of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 211
  • I and Properties of, 402, 427, 438
  • — Properties and Application of, 455, 603*,
  • 635. See LETTERS, 756, 787
  • Tobias, Dr. S. A., on Vibrations of Machine- Tool Structures, 707*
  • Todd, Dr. F. H., on Hydromechanics Research Programme by Bureau of Ships, U.S. Navy; 584
  • Tolerances in Machine Work. See Gauges
  • Tool Engineers, American Society of, Survey of Obsolete Production Equipment, 627
  • Standard (J. Thompson (Sheffield), Ltd.), 57*
  • — Holder. See AfacAine Tools
  • — Machine. See MacAine Tools
  • — Pneumatic. See AfacAine Tools
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • Torque Overload,. Safety Device for, 682*
  • Tower Clock, Electronic Chiming Installation for (Gent and Co., Ltd.), 664
  • — Crane, Lorry-Mounted (Steels Engineering
  • Products, Ltd.), 813*
  • — Lattice Steel, for 275-kV Transmission
  • System, 122*
  • — Tubular, for 275-kV Transmission Line,
  • 678*. See LETTER, 787
  • Towler Brothers (Patents), Ltd., Hydraulic Pumps for Testing Frame for Ships’ Structures, 115
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • — Smokeless Zones in, 83, 498
  • Track, Test, High-Speed, for Motor Vehicles, 747
  • Traction, Electric. See Railways ; Tramways Tractor, Agricultural, 31 ? 3-b.h.p. Diesel-
  • Engined (D. Brown Tractors, Ltd.), 790* Light, 12-h.p. Diesel-Engined (H. L.
  • Arnes and Co. (Engineering), Ltd.), 813*
  • — — Model M4 “ Universal ” (Nuffield Organ
  • isation), 22*
  • Power Arm for (F. W. McConnel, Ltd.); 105*
  • — Cantilever Traction Attachment for (Sal
  • opian Engineers, Ltd-.), 745*
  • — Crawler, with Angle Dozer for Coal Com
  • pacting (Mackay Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 727*
  • Diesel-Driven (International Harvester Co. of Great Britain, Ltd.), 106*
  • — Half-Track Conversion Set for (J. C.
  • Bamford, Ltd.), 812*
  • — Horticultural, 14-h.p. Multi-Purpose (Bar
  • ford (Agricultural), Ltd.), 45*
  • — Industrial, 42-b.h.p. Diesel-Engined (Lan
  • sing Bagnall, Ltd.), 160*
  • — Mounted Carrier Box (Taskers of Andover
  • (1.952), Ltd.), 45*
  • Disc Terracer (H. Ferguson, Ltd.), 23* Rear Transport Platform (Scottish
  • Mechanical Light Industries, Ltd.), 45*
  • — to-Roller Conversion Chassis (E. V. Twose,
  • Ltd.), 105*
  • Trade Disputes. See Labour and Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Export, Electrical Equipment, 594
  • Engineering, 243
  • — -— Letter by Board of Trade, 787
  • — —- to United States and Canada, 819
  • — Publications, 31, 64, 96, 128, 159, 175, 213,
  • 286, 320, 384, 416, 480, 525, 576, 608, 640, 704, 768, 797, 831. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Unions. See Labour and Trade Societies
  • in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Trafford Power Station, Unified Boiler Control at,,676*
  • Trailer, General-Purpose (Maxim Engineering, Ltd.), 813*
  • — 7-ton Short-Haul (Low Loading Trailer
  • Co., Ltd.), 812*
  • Train Control, Automatic, Report on, 49, 53. See LETTER, 147
  • — See also Railway
  • Training. See Education
  • Tramway Cars, Single-Deck High-Speed, Leeds Corporation, 124*, 254*. See
  • Erratum, 199
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transformer, Arc-Welding (Murex, Ltd.), 356*
  • — Auto, 120-MVA 275/132-kV, Model of
  • (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 263*
  • — 750-kVA, Core and Windings of (C. A.
  • Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 264*
  • — High-Voltage, Insulation for, 767
  • — for Julia Hydro-Electric Station, 131*
  • — Magnetisation of Cores of, Investigations
  • on, 697*, 731
  • — Manufacture by Foster Transformers, Ltd.,
  • 471*
  • — 120-WA 132/275-kV Model of (Metro
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • — Portuguese Hydro-Electric Scheme, 661*
  • — Protective, Specification, 798
  • — Singapore Power Station, 284
  • — at Surrey Docks Substation, 437*
  • — Transient Voltages, Model for Determining,
  • 118
  • — for 275-kV Transmission System (British
  • Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 122*
  • I — Uskmouth Power Station, 554*
  • Transmission, Electric, Ship Propulsion. See Afarine PropuZsion
  • — Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — and Gearboxes, Motor Car, Developments
  • in, 587*
  • — of Power. See Afarwie Propulsion ; Power
  • Transmission
  • Transmitter, Rudder-Angle (Smith’s Industrial Instruments, Ltd.), 325*
  • — Telemetry, for Guided Weapons, 518* Transmitting and Receiving Equipment for
  • Colour Television Broadcasting, 443*
  • “ Transphere ” Butterfly Valve (D. F. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd.), 705*
  • “ Transponders,” Balloons for, Automatic Radar Meteorological Station, 299*
  • Transport Act and Decentralisation of British Railways, 20. See LETTER, 84
  • — — 1953, Effect on British Railways, 434
  • — Air. See Aeronautics
  • — Box for Tractor (Whitlock Brothers, Ltd.),,
  • 790*
  • — and Civil Aviation, Ministry of, Car Ferry
  • Terminal at Dover, 55* ; Statement on London Airport, 139 ; Development of London Airport, 397* ; British Transport Commission Annual Report, 561
  • — Ministry of, Proposed Amalgamation with
  • Ministry of Civil Aviation, 19 ; Report on Harrow-Wealdstone Collision, 49, 53.
  • See LETTER, 147 ; Statement on White- inch-Linthouse and Dartford-Purfleet Tunnels, 361 ; Statement on New Road Construction, 785 ; Experiments on Surface Dressings for Soil Road, 793
  • — Motor. See Road ; Motor
  • — Platform, Tractor-Mounted (Scottish Mech
  • anical Light Industries, Ltd.), 45*
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • #— Road. See Road ; Motor
  • Use of Fork-Lift Trucks and Pallets in, 522 Transporter, Bulk-Cement (London Aluminium Co., Ltd.), 109*
  • Travelling Cranes. See Crane
  • Tray, Distillation, for Fractionating Columns (W. J. Fraser and Co., Ltd.), 325*
  • Trench Digger, “ Cheshire ” Petrol-Driven (Salopian Engineers, Ltd.), 106*
  • Trevithick, R., Work on Steam Engine, 339 ; Preservation of Cottage of, 371
  • Trial Trips and Launches of Ships, 15, 47, 79, 111, 159, 187, 207, 248, 303, 335, 472, 540, 601, 670, 732, 799, 826
  • — See also Tests
  • “ Trident ” Experimental Supersonic Aircraft. 74*
  • Trief Process for Blast-Furnace Slag Cement, 557*. See Erratum, 640
  • Trier Brothers, Ltd., Single-Line Grease Lubricator, 296*
  • Trinity House, Navigation Light for “ Ambrose ” Lightship, 234*
  • Triode, Germanium, Point Contact (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 126*
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Knyines, Steam Troost, N., on Theory and Operation of
  • Electrostatic Precipitation, 776
  • Truck, Battery-Operated, Oil or Petrol- Driven. See Motor Truck ; Motor Vehicle
  • — Railway. See Wagons
  • — See also Bogie
  • Trusts and Foundations (Review), 227
  • Tube, Collapsible, Dimensions of, Specification, 288
  • — Condenser, Non-Destructive Testing of, 628
  • — — Use of Titanium in, 455
  • — Copper, Specification, 606
  • — Expanders (S. Osborn and Co., Ltd.), 57*
  • — Fluorescent, Developments in (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 388*
  • — Gilled, for “ Weldex ” Bled-Steam Air
  • Preheater (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd.), 417*
  • — Railways. See Underground Railways;
  • ?London Transport Executive
  • — Seamless, Manufacture and Manipulation
  • by Accles and Pollock, Ltd., 161*, 193*, 225*
  • — Steel, /for Factory Buildings (Tubewrights,
  • Ltd.), 617*
  • — Wells. See Wells
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tubewrights, Ltd., Factory Buildings of Tubular Construction, 617* ; Tubular Transmission-Line Tower, 678*. See LETTER, 787
  • Tucker, Dr. A. J. P., on Growth of Sulphide Films on Copper, 470
  • Tufnol, Ltd., Oil-Pipe Coupling, 260*
  • Tungsten Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • — Wire, Coiled-Coil, for Cathodes, Production
  • of, 389*
  • Tunnel, Concrete-Lined, for Machkund Hydro- Electric Scheme, 683
  • — Dartford-Purfleet, under River Thames, 361
  • — Discharge, Reinforced-Concrete, Blithfleld
  • Reservoir, 598*
  • — Feeder, for Julia Power Station, Zurich,
  • 129*
  • — Whiteinch-Linthouse, under River Clyde,
  • 361
  • Turbine, Gas, 750/1,000-kW (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 11
  • 13,000 and 27,000-kW Beznau Power Station, 612*
  • — — for British Power Stations, 827
  • — — Comparator for Root Serrations of
  • Blades 158*
  • for Driving Air Compressor, Model of (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 394*
  • — — Enthalpy-Entropy Diagrams for (Re
  • view), 484
  • Fuel and Lubricant Research with, 37* 5,400-b.h.p., for H.M.S. “ Grey Goose ” (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 673*
  • — — 1,260-h.p. Industrial (Ruston and Hornsby,
  • Ltd.), 358*
  • Liquid-Fuel Turbo-Starter for (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 733*
  • 3,500-h.p. Marine, 491*
  • Small, Industrial and Aeronautical Applications of, 668
  • Turbine, Gas, Use of Solid Fuel in, Experiments on, 146
  • “ Turbomeca ” (Blackburn and General
  • ' Aircraft, Ltd.), 321
  • See also Engines under Aeronautics-
  • — Hydraulic, Annular-Flow Guide Vanes for,
  • 550*
  • 62,000-h.p., Castelo do Bode Power Station, 660*
  • 16,000-h.p. Francis, Albula Power Station, 129
  • — — 16,000-h.p. Francis, Julia Power Station,
  • 130*
  • 24,260-kW Kaplan, Ala Power Station, 268*
  • 75-MW Pelton-Wheel, Santa Mussenza Power Station, 269*
  • —34,000-h.p., at Tinzen Power Station, 134*
  • 36,000-h.p., Vila Nova Power Station, 662*
  • See also Power Plant ; Pelton Wheels
  • — Impulse, Compressed-Air, Brown, Boveri &
  • Co., Ltd, 610*
  • — Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, Blading for. See Blading
  • — 60-MW, High-Pressure, Shaft for (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.) 264*
  • Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion See also Turbo-Generators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships
  • Turbo-Blower, 2,200-h.p., for Blast Furnace (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 761*
  • — Compressors, Acceptance Tests for, Speci
  • fication, 367
  • — Electric System, Ship Propulsion. See
  • Marine Propulsion
  • — Exhausters, Acceptance" Tests for, Speci
  • fication, 367
  • — Extractor, Exhaust, for Internal-Combus
  • tion Engines (Wade Engineering, Ltd.), 358*
  • “ Turbomeca ” Gas Turbine and Compressor, 321
  • Turbo-Generators, New, for British Power Stations, 827
  • 20-kW Parsons, 215*
  • 25-MW, Singapore Power Station, 283 60-MW, Uskmouth Power Station, 554*
  • — Starter, Liquid-Fuel, for Gas Turbine
  • (Plessev Co., Ltd.) 733*
  • Turin, International Mechanical Engineering Congress Programme, 63
  • Turner Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Two-Stroke Oil Engines for Motor Cars, 385*, 419* See Erratum., 519 ; Two-Stroke 12-h.p. Oil Engine for Motor Cars, 663*
  • Turning. See Machine Tools
  • — and Boring Mills. See MacAme Tools Twist, Axes of, in Elastic Prisms, 769* Twisteel Reinforcement Co., Ltd., Sheffield
  • Refuse-Disposal Plant, 633.
  • Twose, E. V., Ltd., Tractor-to-Roller Conversion Chassis', 105*
  • Tylecote, Dr. R. F., on Oxidation of Copper in Temperature Range 200 deg. to 800 deg. C., 470
  • UDALLS, J. J., BUILDING CO., LTD., Jacking Unit for Prestressing Concrete, 606*
  • Ultrasonic Flaw Detector for Rails (Branson Instruments Inc.), 110*. See Addendum, 412
  • Underground Corrosion of Metals, Investigations on, 428, 434
  • — Railway, Glasgow, Proposed Extension to,
  • 626
  • — — Improvements in Ventilation of, 712 See also London Transport Executive Underwood Quarry, Somersetshire, Experimental Stone-Crushing Plant, 281*
  • Unions, Trade. See Labour and Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Unit Loads and Palletisation, Symposium on, 522
  • United Aircraft Corporation, Hamilton- Standard Aircraft-Cabin Refrigerating Unit, 255*
  • Corporation of United States, Aircraft Propeller-Blade Forging, of Titanium Alloy, 373*
  • — Kingdom Atomic Energy Project, Future
  • Organisation of, 657
  • Coal Production in, 691
  • — — United States and Germany, Engineering
  • Exports Compared, 243
  • — Nations Economic Commission for Europe,
  • Electric Development on Inter-National Rivers, 141 ; Report on European Water Power, 178
  • — States Air Force, Aircraft Propeller-Blade
  • Forging of Titanium Alloy, 373*
  • Aircraft .Carrier “Antietam” with Angled Flight Deck, 52*
  • — — Ammunition Industry, British Produc
  • tivity Team’s Report on, 17
  • Army Transportation Corps, 1,600-h.p. Variable-Gauge Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 233*
  • Atomic Power Stations in, 594
  • — — Atomic Power and Electricity Supply in
  • Ohio, 818
  • Atomic Weapon Industry and Nuclear Power, 345*, 372
  • Brittle Fracture Investigations of Steel in, 70, 187, 220. See 639
  • Coast-Guard “ Ambrose ” Lightship, 234*
  • — — Colour Television Broadcasting in, 390,
  • 441*
  • District Heating in, 473*, 507
  • — — Materials Handling Equipment and
  • Methods in, Report, 369
  • Materials Policy Commission of, Report , of, 381
  • Motor-Car Developments in, 589
  • Navy. See United States under WarsAips Railways, Rail-End Technique in, 299
  • United States, Research Fellowships Tenable in, 403
  • Rocket Exploration of Upper Atmosphere, 360
  • — — Science in, Report on, 1951-52, 690 Scottish Council (Development and
  • and Industry), Mission to, 819
  • — — Sediment Questions in Irrigation Prob
  • lems in, 1*
  • Survey of Obsolete Production Equipment, 627
  • Teaching and Practice of Management in, ’689. See Addenda, 813. See LETTER, 756
  • Training Graduate Engineers in, 401 United Kingdom and Germany, Engineering Exports Compared, 243
  • See also America
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., 5-h.p. Electric Mine Drilling Machine, 58*
  • “ Universal” M4 Model Agricultural Tractor, 22*
  • University, Durham, King’s College, Newcastle- upon-Tyne, Appeal for, 306, 558
  • — Glasgow, Investigations of Combined
  • Magnetisation of Magnetic Materials, 517, 697*, 731
  • — Grants Committee, Report on University
  • Development, 1947-52, 306, 558
  • — Liverpool, Webb’s Approximation of Sec 0,
  • by Dr. T. A. S. Jackson, L. Rosenhead and T. Murphy, 298
  • — Manchester, Stress Analysis by Electronic
  • Digital Computer, 230*, 277* ; Electronic Computing Machine of, 343, 349
  • — Nottingham, Stuart Lecture on Engine
  • Research in Fuels and Lubricants, by Dr. C. G. Williams, 37*; Machine's for Measuring Load .and Deformation of Rubber, 196*; Investigation on Bending of Simply-Supported Rectangular Plates, 308*, 358*
  • — Oxford, Conference on Young Worker:
  • Education for Human Relations, 660,
  • — See also Education
  • Unloading and Stacking Machine (Crone and Taylor, Ltd.), 288*
  • Uranium, Sources of, 381
  • — Supplies and Nuclear Power, 345, 372 Uskmouth Power Station, 552*
  • U.S. Tool Co., Strip-Feeding Machines, 279*
  • VACUUM Filter, Rotary, with String Discharge (Stockdale Engineering Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • Vacuum Oil Co., Wandsworth Bulk Petrol Terminal, 308
  • “ Valiant ” Mark 2 Bomber Aircraft, 374*
  • Valve, Control, for High. Air-Mass Flows (D. F. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd.), 705*
  • for Hydraulic Machinery,' Investigations on, 209
  • — Diaphragm, Ebonite (Saunders Valve Co., Ltd.), 263*
  • — and Fittings, Design of (Review), 134
  • — Gear of Cornish Engines, 340*
  • — Guarding, for Sensitive Vacuum Gauge (Pametrada), 297*
  • — Hydraulic, Two-Way (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 328*
  • — and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • van der Veen, Dr. J. H., on Notched Slow-Bend Test as Brittle-Fracture Test, 772
  • van Iterson, Dr. F., on Thickness of High- Temperature Steam Pipes, 723. See 549
  • Van Lammeren, Prof. W. P. A., on Ship-Model Research at Wageningen Tank, 403. See 425
  • Vanes, Guide, Annular-Flow, for Hydraulic Turbines, 550*
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • “ Vautour ” Twin-Jet Military Aircraft, 74*
  • Velocity Ratios of Epicyclic Gears, Calculation of, 198*
  • Venezuela, Cardon Refinery, Model of Pumping Plant at (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 394*
  • — Triple-screw Motor Launch for, 680*
  • Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institution of. See Heating
  • Ventilation of London Underground Railways, Improvements in, 712
  • •— Pressure, for Oil Tanker “ Helix,” 621 ?
  • — System of Research Building of C. A.
  • Parsons and Cor, Ltd.,'714
  • Venturi Meter, Calculation of Compressible Flow Through, ,147
  • — Tubes for Fluid-Flow Measurement, Prob
  • lems of, 6*, 35*. See LETTER, 244*
  • Vermuyden and the Fens (Review), 706
  • Vessels, Pressure, Welds in, Ultrasonic Examination of, by W. J. Fraser and Co., Ltd., 211 Viaduct. See Bridges
  • Vial Capper and Spinner (Fords (Finsbury), Ltd.), 356*
  • Vibrating-Wire Strain Gauge, for Long-Term Tests on Structures, 153*
  • Vibrations of Machine-Tool Structures, Experiments on, 707*
  • — in Ships, and Machinery, Investigations on,
  • 628
  • Vibratory Classifier for Materials (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 189*
  • “ Vibrex ” Panel Fasteners, 827*
  • Vibro-Verken, A.B., Diesel-Engined Vibratory Soil Compactor, 60*
  • Vickers-Admiralty Gearing Research Association, Significance of Izod Test in Gear Design, 166*
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., “ Valiant ” Mark 2 Bomber Aircraft, 374*
  • “ Victomatic ” Milling Machine, 25*
  • “ Victor ’’ Bomber Aircraft, 374*
  • Victoria Dock, Aberdeen, Aluminium-Alloy Bascule Bridge, 481*
  • Hull, Storage Shed of Timber Construction, 796*
  • Victoria Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Heavy-Duty Milling Machine, 25*
  • — State Electricity Commission, 180-kW
  • Hot-Galvanising Bath, 638*
  • “ Vigilant ” S.S., for Harbour Work, 158*
  • Vignoles, Lt.-Col. W. A., the Late, 563
  • Vila Nova Hydro-Electric Scheme, 660*
  • Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd., lj-h.p. Single
  • Cylinder Petrol Engine, 32*
  • Vincenti, A., on Unit Loads and Palletisation, 522
  • Viner, A., the Late, 814
  • Vinyl Resin Plant, Aycliffe, of Bakelite, Ltd., 715*
  • “ Viper 3 ” Jet Aero Engine, 329*
  • Viscosity, Absolute, of Water, Specification, 79
  • Volkswagen Motor Car, 535*, 567*
  • Voucher, Ltd., Electrically-Driven Cold- Sawing Machine, 61
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., 1,500-h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotive, 172*
  • “ Vultur ” Naval Strike Fighter Aircraft, 74*
  • WADDINGTON, R. B., the Late, 490
  • Wade Engineering, Ltd., Exhaust Turbo Extractor, for Internal-Combustion Engines, 358*
  • Wadkin, Ltd., Double-Extended Tenoning Machine, 653*; 24-in. Panel Planing
  • Machine, 653*
  • Wages. See Labour; PARAGRAPH INDEX Wageningen Tank, Ship-Model Research at, 403, 425
  • Wagon Building Programme. British Railways, 51
  • ,— Experimental, of Aluminium Construction, British and Nyasaland Railways, 798
  • — Motor. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors
  • — Railway, Ships for Transport of, 522 Wales, South, Abernant Colliery Project,
  • 243
  • Notes from. See South-West
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., 75-b.h.p.
  • Diesel-Electric Mobile Crane, 395* Walker, R. C., the Late, 381 Wall, Acoustic, at London Airport, 201* Wall, T., and Sons, Ltd., Ice-Cream Manufacturing Plant of, 502*
  • Wallace, Sir W., on Survival at Sea, 458. See 465. See LETTER, 532
  • Walley, E. S., and Co., Ltd., Gang Mower and Loader, 106*
  • Walley, J. W., on Permanent-Magnet Crack Detector 5 *
  • Walters, R. T., Storage Shed of Timber Construction, 7.96*
  • Wandsworth Bulk Petrol Terminal, 308 Wansbrough, G., on Titanium, 756. See 453, 603,* 635. See LETTER, 787
  • War Office, Mechanical Handling Demonstration by, 499
  • Ward, J. O., on Design of Creep-Resisting Steels, 505*, 537*. See 455.
  • Warfare, Use of Aircraft in. See Aeronawiics
  • — Naval. See WarsAips
  • Warning, Flood, System, for East Coast, 211
  • Warships:
  • Admiralty-Vickers Gearing Research Association, Significance of Izod Test in Gear Design, 166*
  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronautics French Destroyer “ MaillS Br6z6 ” Salvage Work on, 608
  • H. M. Aircraft-Direction Frigate “ Salisbury,” Launch, 13*
  • — Canadian Navy, Cathodic Protection of, 650
  • — Ceylon Navy, Motor Launch for, 301*
  • — Gunboat, “ Grey Goose,” 5,400- b.h.p. Gas Turbine, 673*
  • — Motor Boats for Royal Navy, 170
  • — Ships and Establishments, Cathodic Protection of, 650
  • — Steam, Tug “ Capable,” Variable- Pitch Propeller, 582*
  • Jane’s Fighting Ships, 1953-54 (Review), 740
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • — Aircraft, Undercarriage for (British, Messier, Ltd.), 799*
  • — Construction Research Establishment Testing Frame for Ships’ Structures 115*
  • Royal Canadian Navy, Cathodic Protection for, 650
  • — Ceylon Navy, Motor Launch for, 301*
  • — Navy, Motor Boats for, 170
  • United States Aircraft Carrier, “ Antietam ” with Angled Flight Deck, 52*
  • — — Navy, Hydromechanics Research by, 584
  • See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX Washers, Double-Coil Spring, For Aircraft,
  • Specification, 143
  • Waste-Oil Firing Unit (Kamel Products, Ltd.), 640*
  • Water, Absolute Viscosity of, Specification, 79
  • — Cooling of Open-Hearth Furnaces, 772
  • — De-Aerated, Estimation of Dissolved
  • Oxygen in, 103
  • — Department, Glasgow Corporation, Annual
  • Report, 275. See 240
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Stratification and
  • “ Overturn ” in Lakes and Reservoirs by R. W. S. Thompson, 821; Reduction with Age of Carrying Capacity of Pipelines, by P. Lamont, 821; Construction of Bore-Hole in Unconsolidated Formation, Using a Graded Filter, by R. J. Bell, 821
  • —- Filters. See Filters
  • — Fog Equipment under London Transport
  • Escalators, 822
  • —- Friction. See Hydrodynamics
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Level Receiver, Television (Bailey Meters
  • and Controls, Ltd.), 392*
  • i—r Power, European, Report on, 178
  • See also Hydraulics; Pelton Wheel; Power Plant; Power, Water; Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Research Association, Inauguration of, 725
  • Water Supplies, Contamination by Radioactive Substances, 412
  • Glasgow Corporation, Extensions to, 240. See 275
  • and Proposed Grand Contour Canal, 741*
  • Statement on Nationalisation of, 371 See also Irrigation; Wells
  • — Tanks. See Tanks
  • — Treatment Plant, Buscot Waterworks
  • (Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.), 493
  • — Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Turbines. See Twr&ines, Hydraulic; Pelton
  • Wheel; Power Plant
  • — Unit, Automatic-Pressure (J. Beresford &
  • Son, Ltd.), 653*
  • — Wheel. See Pelton Wheel; Turbine,
  • Hydraulic; Power Plant
  • Waterbury Farrel Foundry and Machine Co., Sendzimir Rolling Mill at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363*
  • Waterways. See Rivers; Canals
  • Waterworks, Buscot, Water-Treatment Plant, 493
  • — See also Water Supply and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Watsham’s, Ltd., 275-kV Transmission System, 122*
  • Watson and Sons (Electro-Medical), Ltd., Tilting Table for Radiography, 224*
  • Watt Engines in Cornwall, 339
  • — Monument, Greenock, Appeal for, 660 Watts, P. J., the Late, 250
  • Wave Basins of Hydraulics Research Board, 18
  • —- Heights in Table Bay Harbour, Model of,. Measurement of, 245*, 267*
  • — Mechanics (Review), 228
  • — Sea, Calming, by Pneumatic Breakwater,
  • 120, 138*. See LETTER, 212
  • Weapons, Guided, Telemetry,for, 518*
  • Wear of Carbon Brushes at High Altitudes, Investigation on, 726
  • — in Internal-Combustion Engines, Research
  • on, 41*
  • — Measuring Plant, Piston-Ring (Shell-Mex
  • and B.P., Ltd.), 395*
  • Wear Shipbuilders’ Association, Centenary of, 398
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Web Guider, Hydronic (Ferranti, Ltd.), 669* Webb, Dr. C. R., on Effect of Gradient on
  • Fuel consumption- and Speed of Road Vehicle, 44
  • Webb’s Approximation for Sec 6, 298
  • Weed and Stalk Shredder (Steel Fabricators (Cardiff), Ltd.), 811*
  • Weighing Machines for Grain Silo at Dublin (W. and T. Avery, Ltd.), 580*
  • Weiler, A., on Cathodic Protection in Belgium, 650
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Investigation on Dissolved- Oxygen in De-Aerated Water, 103; Model of Sextuple-Effect Evaporating Plant for Sea Water, 395*
  • — Rock Fill, on Colorado River, 4*
  • Welbourn, D. B., on Velocity Ratios of Epicyclic Gears, 198*
  • Welds in Pressure Vessels, Ultrasonic Examination of by W. J. Fraser and Co., Ltd., 211
  • Welded Ship Plates, Brittle Fracture in, 70, 187, 220
  • — Structures, Conference on, Programme, 318 Welder, Flash, Automatic (Asea Electric,
  • Ltd.), 291*
  • — Spot, Portable (Ring Motors, Ltd.), 352* “ Weldex ” Bled-Steam Air Preheater, 417* Welding of Aluminium-Alloy Motor Yacht
  • “ Morag Mhor,” 180*
  • — Arc- Transformer Equipment (Murex,
  • Ltd.), 356*
  • — Engineering and Marine Exhibition,
  • Olympia, 11, 21, 237*, 257*, 289*. (See Errahm, 361)
  • — Equipment, 250-Ampere Inert-Arc (Met
  • ropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 261*
  • — Institute of, Annual Dinner, 594
  • — Machine, Arc, Diesel-Driven (British Twin
  • Disc and Clarifiers, Ltd.), 324*
  • Continuous, Manual (Fusarc, Ltd.), 294* Diesel-Driven, Single-Operator (QuasiArc Co., Ltd.), 324*
  • for Motor-Vehicle Wheel Rims (A.I. Electric Welding Machines, Ltd.), 257*
  • Spot, Portable (A.R.O. Machinery, Ltd.), 323*
  • — Plant at Shepcote Lane Works of Firth-
  • Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., 332*, 362*
  • — Press, Automatic, for Wire Mesh (Asea
  • Electric, Ltd.), 291*
  • Automatic, for Wire Mesh (Asea Electric Ltd.), 291*
  • — Research Association, British, Annual Re
  • port, 114
  • — in British Merchant Shipbuilding, 639
  • — Set, Metal-Rectifier (Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd.),
  • 324*
  • — Society, American, Annual Meeting, 586;’
  • Adams Lecture on Welding Research in British Merchant Shipbuilding, by R. B. Shepheard, 639. See 586
  • — Strip, Clamping Machine for (E. Bode &
  • Son, Ltd.), 726*
  • — Transformer and Regulators, Multi-Opera
  • tor (Rockweld, Ltd.), 262*
  • — Work, Positioning Appliance for (F. Bode &
  • Son, Ltd.), 602*
  • Well, Borehole in Unconsolidated Formation, / Use of Graded Filter, 821
  • Wellington Tube Works, Ltd., Weldex ” Bled-Steam Air Preheater, 417*
  • Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, Coiling and De-Scaling Plant at Shepcote Lane Works, Sheffield, 333*, 363*
  • Wellpoint with Improved Filter (G. Wimpey and Co., Ltd.), 182
  • ?Wells, Dr. A. A., on Influence of Welding on Notch-Brittle Fracture, 71
  • Wells, G. E., the Late, 28
  • Wells, W. A., on Birmingham Museum of Science and Industry, 276*. See 214*
  • Welsh Industries Fair, 412*
  • West’s Gas Improvement Co., Ltd., Selective- Screen Conveyor, 828*
  • West Hartlepool Works of Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 94
  • — of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute. See
  • Iron and Steel
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd., Cathodic Protection of Buried or Submerged Structures, 287. See Erratum, 299
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.' 2,958-h.p. Electric Locomotive for Netherlands Railways, 65*
  • Westminster Abbey Coronation Ceremonies, Sound and Television Broadcasts of, 775
  • — City Council, Pimlico District Heating
  • Scheme, 422, 507*
  • Westwood, Lord, the Late, 447
  • Whale Catcher, “ Setter IX ” Model of Machinery for (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 357*
  • Whalley, W. C. R., on Cathodic Protection in Middle East, 650
  • Wheels, Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Grinding. See Grinding under Machine
  • Tools
  • — Motor-Car, Developments in, 558
  • Whipple, R. S., the Late, 820*
  • White’s Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., Test House for Oil-Burning Equipment, 119*
  • Whiteinch-Linthouse Tunnel under River Clyde, 361
  • Whitlock Brothers, Ltd., Tractor Transpor Box, 790*
  • Whittemore, J., on Mercury-Vapour Discharge Lamps for Photo-Printing, 547*
  • Wickman, Ltd., Automatic Six-Spindle Machine Tools for 1-in. Bars, 249*
  • Widdup, H., and Co., Ltd., 440-s.h.p. Marine Diesel Engine, 321*
  • Wiggin, H., and Co., Ltd., Wrought Nickel- Molybdenum Alloys, 248
  • Wild, M. B., and Co., Ltd., Portable Petrol- Driven Elevator for Building Materials, 189
  • Williams, Dr. C. G., on Engine Research on Fuels and Lubricants, 37*
  • Williams, F., on Sound and Television Broadcasts of Coronation, 775
  • Williams and James (Engineers), Ltd., Instrument for Regulating Metered Air Supplies, 63*; Oil-Free Air Compressor, 326*; 4-in. Stroke Air Compressor, 326* Williamson, J., the Late, 276
  • Wilson, A., the Late, 686
  • Wilson, Dr. B. W., on Measurement of Wave Heights in Model of Table Bay Harbour, 245*, 267*
  • Wilson, L., and Sons, Ltd., Stockwell Omnibus Garage, 703*
  • Wilson, R., the Late, 270
  • Wilton and Billingham Works of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 94
  • Wiltshire, H. C., Report on Teaching and Practice of Production Management in United States, 689. See Addenda, 813. See LETTER, 756
  • Wimbledon and Leatherhead Factories of Foster Transformers, Ltd., 471*
  • Wimpenny, J. C., on Stability and Control in Aircraft Design, 682
  • Wimpey, G., and Co., Ltd., Wellpoint with Improved Filter, 182; Singapore Power Station, 283. See Errafuwi, 384
  • Winch, Cargo, Self-Contained (Clarke Chapman and Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • — Heavy-Duty, for Tractors (T. T. Boughton
  • and Sons, Ltd.),.790*
  • Winchester Bottles, Specification, 798
  • Wind Generator, 8-kW, Ateliers et Chantiers de France, S.A., 33*
  • — — 100-kW, Enfield Cables, Ltd., 33*
  • — Observations at Automatic Radar Meteoro
  • logical Station, 299*
  • — Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Winder, Sir A., the Late, 819
  • Winding, Machine, 1,225-h.p. Automatic Alternating-Current (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 774*
  • Colliery, 3,800-h.p. (Markham and Co.,- Ltd.), 59*
  • Wing for Aircraft, Moulded-Plastic (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 405
  • — Skin, Redux-Bonded for Aircraft (Short
  • Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 405
  • Wire-Knitting Machine, Circular, 117*
  • — Mesh, Automatic Welding Press for (Asea
  • Electric, Ltd.), 291*
  • — Prestressing,, for Concrete Grain Silo at
  • Dublin, 579*
  • — Rope for Aircraft, Swaged Cable-End As
  • semblies for, Specification, 143
  • — — and Fasteners, Dynamic Testing of
  • IE. H. Bentall and Co., Ltd.), 734*
  • Sling, Braided (British Ropes, Ltd.), 357*
  • — Steel, Its Manufacture and Properties (Re
  • view), 453
  • — Tungsten, Coiled-Coil, for Cathodes, Pro
  • duction of, 389*
  • Wiredrawing Machine (Marshall Richards Machine Co., Ltd.), 684*
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Radio
  • — Telephony. See Radio
  • Wiseman, A., and Co., Ltd., Geared Electric Motor, 356*
  • Wiseman, D. F., and Sons, Ltd., Control Valves for High Air-Mass Flows, 705*
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Wolf Electric Tools, Ltd., Portable Electric Grinder, 575*
  • Wollaston, W. H., 1766-1828, 614*. See 269, 461
  • Women Workers. See Labour
  • Wood Poles for Overhead Lines, Specification, 79
  • Woodley, D. R., on Case for Palletisation, 522 Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Woolwich Arsenal, Future of, Report on, 147 Workmen. See Labour
  • Works:
  • Alsing Road Works, Sheffield, Millspaugh ' Centrifugal-Casting Foundry, 594, 629* Afinfleld Plain Factory of Ransome and Maries Bearing Co., Ltd., 467, 555
  • Aycliffe Factory of Bakelite, Ltd., 715*
  • Billingham and Wilton Works of'Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 94
  • Cable Factory of W. T. Henley’s Telegraph Co., Ltd., 94
  • Cleveland Works of Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 94
  • Die-Casting Foundry of Non-Ferrous Die Casting Co., Ltd., Reorganisation of, 185*
  • Earlsfield Diesel-Engine Factory, Peterborough, of F. Perkins, Ltd., 12*
  • East Kilbride Aero-Engine Factory, 717* Engineering Works, Employment of Women. See Labour
  • Fallings Park Factory of Guy Motors, Ltd., Extension to, 108*
  • Gasworks. See Gasworks
  • Gateshead Works of Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 95
  • Hartlepool Works of Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., 94
  • Heaton Works of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 93; Design and Research Building, 713*
  • Hebburn Works of Bushing Co., Ltd., 95 of Pyrotenax Ltd., 95
  • of A Reyrolle <fc Co., Ltd., 93
  • Lackenby Steelworks of Dorman, Long <fe Co., Ltd., Opening of, 453
  • Leatherhead and Wimbledon Factories of Foster Transformers, Ltd., 471*
  • Works—continued.
  • Lemington Glass Works of General Electric Co., Ltd., 94
  • Loughborough Switchgear Factory, Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 569*
  • Oldbury Works of Accles and Pollock, Ltd., 161*, 193*, 225*
  • Pipe Bending and Fabrication1 Shop,
  • C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 313*
  • Preston and Stafford Works of English Electric Co., Ltd., 19
  • Rugby Work’s, British Thomson-Houston
  • Co., Ltd., Heavy Machine Shop, 97*
  • Rye-Arc, Ltd., Reinforced-Concrete Workshop, 93*
  • Shepcote Lane Plant of Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., 332*, 362*. See LETTER, 436*
  • Sickla Works, Stockholm, of Atlas Diesel Co., 641*
  • Stafford and Preston Works of English Electric Co., Ltd., 19
  • Tank Factory, Leyland, Lancashire, 630*
  • West Hartlepool Works of Siemens
  • Brothers and Co., Ltd., 94
  • Wimbledon and Leatherhead Factories of Foster Transformers, Ltd., 471*
  • Workshop, Reinforced-Concrete, for Rye- Arc, Ltd., 93*
  • Works Management, Motion and Time Studies,
  • Use and Techniques of, 390
  • Production Management in United
  • States, Teaching and Practice of, 689.
  • See Addenda, 813. See LETTER, 756
  • Trusts and Foundations (Review), 227
  • — Ministry of, Prestressed-Concrete Multi-
  • Storey Building, 667
  • Workshops. See Worfcs ; Machine Tools
  • — Training. See Education
  • World Air/ Speed Record by “ Hawker Hunter,” 338, 374*
  • — Enterprise, Oil Tanker, “ Weldex ” Bled-
  • Steam Air Preheater for, 417*
  • — Fuel Resources, Estimation of Life, 618
  • — Great Bridges (Review), 546
  • — Mineral Resources, Their Occurrence and Utilisation, 562
  • Wrecks. See Accidents
  • — Raising. See Salvage
  • Wright Brothers Jubilee, British Celebration of, 818, 823
  • Wright, J., on Isodynamometer, 665*. See 517
  • Wright, Sir J., the pate, 114, 148*, 213
  • — Lecture on Buckling and Stability in Aircraft, 371
  • on Steelmaking Related to Blast- Furnace Practice, by J. Mitchell, 701
  • Wright, W. and O., Aeronautical Work of, 737*, 753. see Errata, 791
  • Wylie, Shanks and Wylie, Aero-Engine Factory at East Kilbride, 717*
  • Wyoming, Five Mile Creek, and Sunshine Creek, Sediment Problems in, 3*
  • X-RAY Films for Crystallography, Dimensions of, Specification, 606
  • Xylonite Models, Stress Determination. See Photo-Elastic
  • YACHT, Royal, “ Britannia,” Preliminary Trials, 622
  • Yates, W., the Late, 135
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Yeast Factory, Dovercourt, Equipment at, 76*
  • Yield Point Phenomena and Stretcher-Strain
  • Markings in Aluminium Alloys, 439
  • Yorke, R., on Dynamical Analogies, 763*. See 517
  • Yorkshire Engine Co., Ltd., Industrial Shunting Locomotive, 59*
  • — South, Notes from. See Lancashire and South Yorkshire
  • Yugoslav Meeting, International Electrotechnical Commission, 211
  • ZEZERE Substation, Portugal, 660*
  • Zinc Diffusion in Aluminium, 470
  • Zones, Smokeless, in Towns, 83, 498
  • Zuider Zee, Drainage of, 403
  • Zurich,' Switzerland, Electricity Supply Schemes for, 129*
  • Zwicky, Ltd., Hand-Operated High-Pressure Pump, 324* ; Dual-Type Filter,' 324

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