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The Engineer 1901/08/16

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Main Subjects

  • Contents, p 175.
  • American and English Methods of Conducting Traffic, p 169.
  • Cost of Russian Locomotives, p 165.
  • Development of the Mode of Ignition in Small Arms and Artillery, (No. IV), p 168.
  • Editorial, p 175.
    • The Steel Strike.
    • New German Tariff.
    • Efficiency of Fans.
    • Torpedo Boat Destroyers.
    • Flight - Alberto Santos-Dumont.
  • Electrical Distribution in Frankfort, p 166 and 174. (Illustrated).
  • Experiments on a Gas Engine with Natural Gas, p 172.
  • Review of Marine Engineering During the Last Ten Years - James McKechnie, continued from p 159, p 183.
  • Swedish Iron, Steel, Metal and Coal Industries in 1900, p 178.
  • Uganda Railway, p 167.
  • War Office Motor Car Trials, p 177.

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