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The Engineer 1889/01/18

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Main Subjects

  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, p 48.
  • Accuracy in Mechanical Construction, p 60.
  • Alkaline Accumulators.
  • Arrol and Pringle's Valve Gear, p 47.
  • Canalisation of Rivers, p 59.
  • Editorial, p 57.
    • Submergible Warships.
    • Metropolitan Fire Brigade.
    • Works of Irrigation.
    • The Nicaragua Canal Scheme.
    • Northumbrian Coal Trade.
    • Torpedo Boats for the Japanese Government.
    • Proposed Steel Rail Trust.
  • Eiffel Tower Foundations and Construction of, p 52 and 53. (Illustrated).
  • Flow of Air in a Diverging Conical Trunk into Which it is Driven by a Fan, (No. II) - By Oliver J. Lodge, p 46.

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