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The Engineer 1910/12/02

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  • Contents, p 599.

Main Subjects

  • Economical Working of Reciprocating Marine Engines and Their Auxiliaries - By D. B. Morison, p 606.
  • Editorial, p 599.
    • Armament of Battleships.
    • Profits on Steel Production.
    • The Growth of Ships.
  • Electrically-Driven Chemical Manure Works - Odams Manure and Chemical Co, p 589 and 598. (Illustrated).
  • November Review.
    • The Proposed Persian Railway.
    • Marine Oil Engines.
    • Floods in Paris.
    • New Station at Dover Harbour.
    • Electricity for Everything.
    • Natural Gas in Germany.
    • Safety of Workmen.
    • A Paris Exhibition.
    • New G. P. O. Power Station.
    • Electrification of the Ouest-Etat.
    • Signal Engineers.
    • Shipyard Lock Out.
    • Paris a Seaport.
    • The Institution of Electrical Engineers.
    • A Tank for Liverpool.
    • Sudd Briquettes.
  • Obituary - p 591.
  • Shipbuilding Lock Out, p 592.
  • Superheating in the Past, p 608.

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