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The Engineer 1902/11/21

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Main Subjects

  • Contents, p 497.
  • Belgian Royal Commission on Rivers Pollution, p 493.
  • Editorial, p 497.
    • Heat Balance in the Gas Engine.
    • Mr. Watts' Cruisers.
    • German Trade Crisis.
    • Late Again.
  • Elberfeld Suspension Railway, (No. IV), p 488.
  • High Speed Engines, p 499.
  • New Gunpowder, p 501.
  • Oil as Fuel in Warships, p 486.
  • Railway Signalling By Electricity, p 501.
  • Six Coupled Tank, Wrexham, Mold and Connah's Quay Railway, p 495. (Illustrated).
  • Statistics of United States Railways, p 493.
  • Submarine Boats From the German Standpoint, p 502.
  • Tool Room Lathe, p 502.
  • Uganda Railway, p 491. (Illustrated).

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