British Industrial History
The Engineer 1901/09/13
From Graces Guide
1901 September 13th PDF
- British Association, p280.
- Compound Express Engine, Hungarian State Railways, (No. II), p265.
- Death, p275.
- Deepening the Sea of Azov, p272.
- Editorial, p275.
- Superheated Steam
- More Guns
- Metric System
- President of the United States
- Iron Trade Revival.
- Electric Drill, p279 (Illustrated).
- Electric Power Supply on the Tyne, (No. I), p278 (Illustrated).
- Enamelling, (No. III), p264.
- Engineering Congress at Glasgow, p267.
- High Speed Railway Car of the Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft Berlin - O. Lasche, Berlin, p284.
- Irrigation in the Nile Valley and Its Future - W. Willocks, p282.
- Meldrum Breeze Furnace, p272.
- Motor Vehicle Durability Trials, p277.
- Neptune Bank Power Station, p273 (Illustrated).
- Position of Calcium Carbide and Acetylene, p277.
- Some Experiences and Results Derived from the use of Highly Superheated Steam in Engines - R. Lenke, p286.
- Steam Engines at the Glasgow Exhibition, (No. IX), p261 (Illustrated).
- Submerged 30 Ton Armature, p276.
- Sunday Work on Railway Bridges, p261.
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