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The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1910 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • ACCELEROMETER, Use of, in the Measurement of Road Resistance, &c., H. E. Wimperis, 313, 321, 668

Accidents:

  • American Railway, 341. 628
  • Boiler Explosion on s.s. Snaefell, 517
  • British Railway, during 1909, 151
  • Coal Mines, Increasing Accidents in, 225 114
  • Collieries, 152
  • Collision at Willesden Junction, 619 ; (Letter), 631
  • Deutschland Airship, Wreck, 20
  • Evaporator Explosion on s.s. Anglo-Saxon, 178
  • Irish Railway, 93, 334, 338
  • Midland Railway, 690, 694, 699
  • Mining Accidents, 2
  • Roscrea—see Irish Railway
  • Submarine Al, Explosion, 173
  • Two Railway, 410
  • ACETYLENE Gas Lighting, “Carbic” System, C. C. Wakefield, 329
  • Acetylene Generator, Portable, Flare Lamp, Imperial Light, Limited, 325
  • Aero-dynamometric Installation, Eiffel, 134

Aeronautics:

  • Aeroplanes and the Law of Negligence, 114
  • Aeroplanes in Paris, 460, 486
  • Aeroplane Progress, 467; (Letter), 498
  • Aeroplanes at Rheims. 69
  • Atlantic Airship Voyage, 443
  • Aviation Meeting at Rheims, 42
  • Coanda Aeroplane, 461
  • Cross-country Aeroplane Race, 208
  • Deutschland Passenger Airship, Voyages and Wreck. 20
  • Flapping Flying Machine, 486
  • Government Aeronautical Committee, Work of, 265, 291, 320
  • Pans to London Flight, 208
  • Practical Applications of Aeroplanes, 392
  • AGREEMENTS—see Labour
  • Agricultural Machinery at Liverpool, 18, 50
  • Agricultural Machinery at Smithfield Show, 620 114
  • Agricultural Motors—see Motor Vehicles 114
  • Agricultural Tractors—see Tractors
  • Air Compressors—see Compressors
  • Aker, Proffessor P. R., on Gan Erosion, 415, 421 114
  • Alloy, a New, Gabriel. 447
  • Alloys, Aluminium, 233, 447
  • Aluminium Alloys, ^33, 447
  • Aluminium Works—see Works
  • Ambergate, Covered Service Reservoir at, 641, 648
  • American Engineering’ News: 232, 419, 450
  • Bridge, Large Electric Railway, 232
  • Canal Lock, Syphon-operated, 419
  • Garbage Incinerating Plant, 232
  • Pneumatic Drills for French Excavation, 450
  • Pressure Reservoir for New York City, 450 114
  • Refrigeration of Fruit for Transportation, 419 114
  • Tunnelling Machine, 419
  • AMERICAN Mail Service, Acceleration, 476 114
  • Anchor, 15.5-Ton, Hall, 298
  • Aqueduct, Los Angeles, Electric Power in the Construction of. 311
  • Argentine, British Trade with the, 213
  • Armament of Battleships — see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Artillery Wheels—see War Material

Associations, Institutions, and Societies Association, British:

  • Aerial Propellers, Value of Anchored Tests, W. A. Scoble and S. C. Carter, 307
  • Blow-holes in Steel Ingots, Professor H. M. Howe, 322
  • British Railways, Some Facts and a Few Problems. Professor Dalby, 259, 281, 285
  • Changes of Temperature in Gas Engine Cylinder, Professor B. G. Coker, 321
  • Chemistry Section, J. E. Stead, 281, 307, 322
  • Coal, Provident Use of, Professor H. E. Armstrong, 322
  • Crystalline Structure of Iron and Steel at High Temperatures, 322
  • Engineering Section, 280, 281, 307, 308, 321
  • Association, British {continued}:
  • Gaseous Combustion, Professor Bone, 281
  • Gaseous Explosions, Professor Bertram Hopkinson, 281
  • Geological Section, 322
  • Influence of Chemical Composition, &c., on Properties of Steels, Professor A. McWilliam, 322
  • Iron and Fuel Chemistry, 322
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Electrification. P. Dawson, 321
  • Management, 494
  • Mechanical Flight, 307
  • Mechanical Hysteresis of Rubber, Professor A. Schwartz, 322
  • Method for Producing High-tension Discharge?, E. Wilson and W. H. Wilson, 322
  • Price of Electricity, E. W. Cowan, 282 Provisional Programme, 180
  • Rate of Air or Gas Supply to a Gas Engine, &c., Professor W. E. Da-by, 321
  • Relation of Science to Industry and Commerce, R. Blair, 307
  • Sheffield Meeting, 280, 307, 321
  • Stress, Optical Determination of. Professor E. G. Ccker, 321
  • Testing of Files, Professor Ripper, 282
  • Testing of Lathe Tool Steels, Professor Ripper, 280
  • Use of an Accelerometer in the Measurement of Road Resistance, &c., H. E. Wimperis, 313, 321
  • Utilisation of Solar Radiation, Wind Power, &c.. Professor R. A. Fessenden, 308

Association of Consulting Engineers:

  • Meeting, 88 ; (Letter), 204

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Engineer Profession, Presidential Address, 406 114
  • Involute Cut Gearing, S. H. Rowley, 595 114
  • Opening Meeting and Visit?, 406
  • Structural Engineering of Motor Cars, J. L. Milligan, 643
  • Water-tube Boilers, D, Wilson, 626

Association, Machine Tools and Engineering :

  • Formation of Association, 487

Association, Manchester Steam Users

  • Corrosion Report, C. E. Stromeyer, 550
  • Association of Mining Electrical Engineers:
  • New Branch Formed, 341
  • Association, National, of Colliery Managers:
  • Opening Meeting, 355
  • Institute, Concrete;
  • British Aluminium Company’s Works at Kinlochleven, A. A. H. Scoct, 98
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Briquetting of Iron Ores, C. de Schwarz, 354 Congress at Buxton, 354, 379
  • Electric Steel Refining, D. F. Campbell, 380, 395
  • Experiments on Fatigue of Metals, Professor J. H. Smith, 381
  • Groudal Furnace, 355
  • Hanyang Iron and Steel Works, G. Chamier, 382
  • Influence of Silicon on Pure Cast Iron, A. Hague and Professor T. Turner, 379
  • Manganese in Cast Iron, &c., H. I. Coe, 379
  • Preparation of Magnetic Oxides of Iron from Aqueous Solutions, S. Hilpert, 355
  • Rivet Heads, Apparatus for Cutting Off, 382
  • Rolled “ H ” Beams, G. E. Moore, 355, 368
  • Scherbins and Kramer Systems of Motor Regulation, 380
  • Sulphurous Acid as a Metallographic Etching Medium, E. Colver-Gianert and S. Hilpert, 355
  • Theory of Hardening Carbon Steels, C. A. Edwards, 379
  • Utilibaiion of Electric Power in the Iron and Steel Industry, &c., J. J. E. Schuurman, 380
  • Visits to Works of Staveley Coal and Iron Company, Markham and Co., Midland Railway, London and North-Western Railway, &c., 355, 382
  • Wohler Test, 382
  • Institute of Marine Bngineers:
  • Accuracy of Measurement, Sir D. Gill, 526 Dinner, Meeting, Presidential Address, Awards 526
  • Experimental Study of an Oil Engine, F. J. Kean, 21, 418
  • G. M. Balance, Stability Indicator for Ships, E. Tate, 418
  • Internal Combustion Engine for Marine Use, W, R. Cummins, 21, 418
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Autumn Conference, 338, 350
  • Common Defects Occurring in Alloys, Dr. C. H. Desch, 350
  • Efftct of Silver, Bismuth, and Aluminium on Mechanical Properties of “Tough Pitch” Copper Containing Arsenic, F. Johnson 350
  • Heat Treatment of Brass, G. D. Bengough and 0. F. Hudson, 338
  • Magnetic Alloys formed from Non-magnetic Material, A. D. Ross, 338
  • Metallography as an Aid to the Brassfounder, H, S. Primrose, 350
  • Ross Method of Dealing with Fumes in Casting Bronze, 350
  • Visits to Colleges and Work«, 350
  • Visit to Norti British Locomotive and to John Brown and Co.’s Works, 350
  • Institute, Mining, of Scotland:
  • Visit to Broxburn Oil Company, 310
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Holborn to Strand Improvement, Humphreys, 554
  • Meeting; Installation of President; Presidential Address, 499
  • New Buildings, Laying of Foundation Stone, 464
  • Pass List, October, 1910, 579
  • Portland Cement and the Question of its Aeration, H. K. G. Bamber, 582
  • Winning of Coastal Lands in Holland, A. E. Carey, 691
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers:
  • Presidential Address, S. Z. de Ferranti, 546
  • Street Lighting, Haydn T. Harrison, 605
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • American and British Joint Meeting, 24, 109, 136, 152, 153, 161
  • American Locomotive Terminals, W. Forsyth, 110
  • Banquet in London, 139 i
  • Bolton Wheel Drops, 110, 111 |
  • Constitution of Troostite and the Tempering , of Steel, A. McCance, 663
  • Cost of Electrically-propelled Suburban Trains, H. M. Hobart, 161 ‘
  • Development of Road Locomotion in Recent Years, L. A. Legros, 560, 580
  • Economies of Potter, 161
  • Electrification 161, 179 Electrification
  • Carter, 161 Electrification of Trunk Lines, L. R. Pomeroy, *161
  • Engine-house Practice, F. H. Clark, 109
  • English Running-shed Practice, C. W. Paget, 125
  • Handling Engines, H. H. Vaughan, 110
  • Handling Locomotives at Terminals, F. M. Whyte, 109
  • High-speed Tools and Machines to Fit Them, H. I. Brackenbury, 136
  • Interchangeable Involute Gearing, W. Lewis, 137, 152
  • Pedrail, Dr. Hele Shaw, 561
  • Production of Castings to Withstand High Pressures, H. C. H. Carpenter and C. A. Edwards, 663, 701
  • Standardization of Locomotives in India, Cyril Hitchcock, 456, 475
  • Tooth Gearing, J. D. Steven, 137, 153 Visits to :
  • South Staffordshire Mond Gas Company; Austin Motor Company ; Metropolitan Amalgamated Railway Carriage and Wagon Company ; Frankley Filter Beds. 112
  • Pump and Power Company’s Testing Station ;
  • Worcester Royal Porcelain Works. 113
  • University of Birmingham ; Mitchell and Butler’s Brewery ; South Staffordshire Waterworks Company ; Daimler Mob r Company’s Works ; Alfred Herbert, Limited ; Willans and Robinson, Limited ; British Thomson - Houston Company; Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, 138, 139
  • Institution of Municipal Engineers, Manchester:
  • Theory and Practice, Arthur Bowes, 233
  • Institution of Naval Architects, German:
  • Erection of Heavy Gun Turrets on Vessels, Captain Thorbecke, 576, 591
  • Further Development of the Uni-fiow Steam Engines, Professor Stumpf, 575
  • Lentz Locomotives, H*^rr Lichtenstein on, 576
  • Lentz Valve Motion, Herr Lichtenstein, 627 Marine Diesel Moiors, Direktor Saiuberlich, 590
  • Meeting, 575, 590, 627
  • Motion Phenomena connected with the Firing of a Shot, Professor Dr. C. Cranz, 591
  • Steam Tug for Navigation Canals, Dr. Ing. Gebers, 627
  • Superheated Steam Installations for Marine Reciprocating Engines, L. Lichtensteiner, 627
  • Tanks for Damping the Rolling Motions of Vessels, Direktor Frahm, 627
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Annual Meeting and Presidential Address, 525 Economical Working of Reciprocating Marine Engines, D. B. Morison, 605, 606
  • Institution, Permanent Way:
  • Summer Convention, 45
  • Institution of Post-office Electrical Engineers:
  • Signalling Batteries, <fec., Investigation, J. G. Lucas, 678
  • Society, American, of Mechanical Engineers: See Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Society of Arts:
  • Presidential Address on Telegraphy, 552
  • Society, Physical:
  • Annual Exhibition, 666
  • Society, Royal:
  • Flow of Water in Curved Pipes, J. Eustioe, 23
  • Society, Royal Meteorological:
  • Balloon Observations, 584
  • BARNES, J. S., on The Design of Screening Plants for Old and Modern Collieries, 675, 686 (Two-page Supplement. December 2Zrd. 1910)
  • Beams, Rolled “H,” G. E. Moore, 355, 368
  • Beck, E. G., on Stanchions Carrying Excentric Loads, 601
  • Behaviour of Hydraulic Compounds in Sea-water, H. Burchartz, 401
  • Bending Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Blade Proportioning in Reaction Type Steam Turbines, E. R. Briggs, 335, 347 ; (Letter), 422
  • Blast Furnace Blowing Engine, Motor-driven, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 444
  • Blowers—see Turbine Blowers
  • Blowing Eugine, Blast Furnace, Motor-driven, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 444
  • Boats—see Ships
  • Booking, T. G., on Graphic Calculation of the Flow of Water in Pipes, 562

Boilers:

  • Babcock and Wilcox Boilers for Brazil Floating Dock, 93
  • Boiler Explosion, The Distirgton, 573
  • Boiler Furnaces, The Management of,’ C. E. Stromeyer on, 574
  • Boiler and Steam Pipe Coverings, Matthew Keenan. 297
  • Compensated Draught for Boilers, 700
  • Corrosion, Rapid, in Ships’ Boilers, 361
  • Equalised Draught, 172, 700 ; (Letters), 204, 367
  • Explosion on s.s. Snaefell, 517
  • Explosions, Board of Trade Reports, 117, 517
  • Feed Pumps—see Pumps
  • Furnace, H. Schofield, J. and P. Hill, 45
  • Furnace Front, Boiler, Economic Forced Draught Company, 329
  • Grille Water-tube Boiler, 18
  • Haystack Boiler of s.s. Mountaineer, A. and J. Inglis, 95
  • Inokuty’s Boiler Stays, 254 ; (Letter), 286
  • Locomotive Boiler Improvements, 80
  • Multiple Boiler Explosions, 626
  • Nicolson Boiler, 278, 698
  • Olympic, Boilers for White Star Liner, 462
  • Reformation cf Boiler Engineering, 278, 698
  • Sectional Portable Boiler, Babcock and Wilcox, 366 I
  • Steam Chest, Solid Rolled, John Brown, 476
  • Washing Out Locomotive Boilers, 125
  • Water Level Regulator for Steam Boilers, Isaac Storey, 462
  • Water S -ftening Plants at Manchester Exhibition, 464
  • Water-tube Boilers, D. Wilson, 526 “Woodeson” Water-tube Boiler, Clarke- Chapman, 302
  • BOLTON Wheel Drops, 110, 111
  • Borden, H. P., on St. Andrew’s Rapids Dam, 139, 166, 170, 188, 310
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Bowes, Arthur, on Theory and Practice, 233
  • Brackenbury, H. I., on High Speed Tools and Machines to Fit Them, 136
  • Brackets, Riveted, Design of, W. T. S. Butlin, 29 Braz 1, 22,000-ton Floating Dock for, 33, 59, 93 (Four-page Supplement July 1910)

Bridges:

  • Canadian Bridge Contracts, 85
  • Cardiff Railway. Treforest Extension, Skew Bridge, 408, 412
  • Cribbii g for Sm-ill Spans from the Top of Piers, A. Van der Meersch, 435
  • El Limbo Bridge, Cauca Railway, 79
  • Lower Ganges, at Sara Ghat, 256
  • Quebec Bridge, The New, 244, 438 ; (Correction), 277 {Two-page Supplement^ September 2ftrf, 1910)
  • Quebec Bridge, The Old, Removal of the D^br s, 532 ; (Correction), 646
  • Railway Bridges, Strengthening. 60
  • Steel Arched Ribs for Railway Bridges, 616
  • Vanadium Steel for Bridge Members, 389
  • Works—see Works
  • BRIGGS, E. R., on Blade Proportioning in Reaction Type Steam Turbines, 335, 347 ; (Letter), 422
  • Brussels Exhibition—see Exhibitions
  • Burchartz H., on Behaviour of Hydraulic Compounds in Sea Water, 401
  • Butlin, W. T. S., on Design of Riveted Bracket.s, 29
  • CAISSONS for New Quebec Bridge, 244 ; (Correction), 277 (Tv:O'page Supplement^ SeptMnber 2n(^, 1910)
  • Calliper Gauges, Wingley, 326
  • Callipers, Micrometer, Schaffer and Budenberg, 205
  • Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company’s Exhibits, 668
  • Campbell, D. F., on Electric Steel Refining, 380, 395
  • Can-filling Machine, Alison Broadhurst Machine Compai.y, 88
  • Canadian Navy—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Canadian Peat, 2^8
  • Canal, Panama, Locks and Dams, 351, 509, 559, 572
  • Canal, Panama, Machinery and Equipment, 159, 220, 242, 279
  • Canal, Sain e Marie, Traffic in the, 312
  • Capstans, Electric, Royce Limited, 46 Carburetters, Feed Control of. 448 Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., and Mr. C. A. Edwards, on the Production of Castings to ; Withstand High Pressures, 663, 674, 701
  • Carter, F. W., on Electrification of Suburban Railways, 161
  • Castings—sec also Iron and Steel
  • Castings, Die, Patent Castings Limited, 329

Catalogrues:

  • 24, 126. 208, 234, 260, 288, 372, 422, 450, 554, 610, 634
  • CEMENT Works—-see Works
  • Centrifugals—see Pumps
  • Chamier, G., on the Hanyang Iron and Steel Works, 382
  • Cbatley, H., on the Principle of the Helicopter, 5 Chemical Manure Works, Adams, 589, 598 China, Opportunity of British Engineers in, 252 Cleaning Machine for Cutton Waste, 420 Cleanliness and Contractors’ Trials, 226 Clutch, Ward’s Capstan, 300, 366
  • Clyde Dock—see Docks
  • Clyde Harbour—see Harbours
  • Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships, Naval Matters, also Mercantile, &c.

Coal, Coke, and Collieries;

  • Accidents, 152
  • Coal Conservation, Home-grown Food, &c., S. Z. de Ferranti, 546
  • Coal Elevator, Power-driven, South-Eastern Railway, 125, 126
  • Coadng Arrangements at Carville Generating Station, 364
  • Design of Screening Plants for Old and Modern Collieries, J. S. Barnes, 675, 686 (Tvo-page Supplement^ December 23: rf, 1910)
  • Disputes and Strikes—see Labour Explosibility of Coal Dust, 615, 639, 663
  • Increasing Accidents in Coal Mines, 225 Locomotive Coal Expenditure, 334 Price Value of Coal, 16
  • Welsh Coal Trade, 145, 306
  • COE, H. I., on Manganese in Cast Iron, &c, 379 Coke, Tarless, 230
  • Compressor, Air, at Panama, 160
  • Compressor, Air, Two-cylinder Single-acting, Bronm and Wade, 496
  • Compressor, Small Air, Reavell, 22
  • Compressor, Two-stage Air, Tilghman, 463 Compressors, Air, The Governing of. 435 Compressors, Air, at Manchester Exhibition, 464 Concrete Mixer, Smith Company, 560
  • Concrete, Reinforced, 278 ; (Letter), 566 Condenser, Motor-driven Rotary, Rees-Roturbo
  • Company, 595 .
  • Condensers, J^t v. Surface, R. M. Neilson, 661 j Condensers, Surface, Velocity of Circulating i Water in, R. M. Neilson, 269 I
  • Condenser Tubes, Length of, R. M. Neilson, 495 Condenser, Tubular Spray Surface, 142 , I
  • Condensing Plant and Air Pump, Worthington,
  • 297 I
  • Condensing Plant, Small Marine, E. Hayes, 178 Condensing Plant, Surface, Isaac Storey, 206 !

Contracts:

  • 22, 52, 61, 74, 100,128, 156, 210,236, 262. 288, 317, 344, 370, 422, 452, 478, 502, 554, 584, 610, 636, 658, 704
  • COOPER. Gordon, on The Reliability of Weather Reports, 524
  • Corrosion, C. E. Stromeyer, 550
  • Corrosion of Iron, 626
  • Corrosion, Propeller, 252 ; (Letters), 340 Corrosion, Unusual Case of, 361
  • Cotton Waste Cleaning Mae i e 420
  • Coupling Joint. Inokuty’s Universal, 254
  • Crane for Lilting Curtains. 188
  • Crane Loe motive—see Railway Locomotives Cranes for Brazil Floating Dock. Appleby, 119 Cranes at Krupp’s Yard, Kiel, 292
  • Cranes, Wret kir»g, at Panama, 243
  • Cribbing for Small Spans from the Top of Piers, A. Van der Meersch, 435
  • Curve Tracer, Brearley, 666
  • DALBY, Professor W. E., on British Railways, | Some Facts and a Few Problems, 259, 281,285, 494 . . .
  • Dam, Great Barren Jack, in Australia. Progress
  • of, 319 ' I
  • Dam, St. Andrew’s Rapids, H. P. Borden, 139, ' 166, 170, 188, 310
  • Dams, Valley, of the Ruhr District, Mdlmetal Dam, 43
  • De Mural t System of Foreshore Protection, 71 Derwent Valley—see Water Supply
  • Design of Riveted Brackets, W. T. S. Butlin, 29 Development of Road Locomotion in Recent Years, L. A. Legros, 560, 580
  • Development of the Self-propelled Vehicle, F. W, Lanchester, 449

Docks

  • Clyde Graving Dock, 384
  • Dock and Harbour Improvements at the Hartle- pools, 628
  • Floating Dock—see Floating
  • Liverpool, New Dock for, 74, 694 Methil New Dock 445
  • Tyne, New Dry Dock at North Shields. 418

Dockyard Notes:

  • Active, H.M. Cruiser, 519
  • American Fleet, Boat Stowage and Masts, 519 Argentine Destmyers’ Names, 358
  • Argentine Torpedo Boat Espora, 165
  • Armoured C'Uiser, Large, Ordered, 570 Austrian Battleships Tegetthoff and Kaiser
  • Franz Joseph, Conflicting Rumours, 17, 519
  • Austrian Dreadnoughts, 570, 677
  • Austrian Scout, Admiral Spann, 217
  • Bedford, H. M. Cruiser, Disaster, 217 Bethlehem Steel Works and German Guns, 538 Blanche, H M.S., 50
  • Blonde, H. M.S., Armament, 123
  • Board of Admiralty : Visit to Devonport, 97 Boats, Armoured Shelter for, 519
  • Brazilian Battleship Sao Paulo, Speed Trials, 50
  • Brazilian and Chilian Battleship Oro er Rumours, 165
  • Brazilian Destroyers Leave Yarrows, 499
  • Bristol, H. M. Cruiser, Trials, 646
  • British Ships, Uncertainty as to New, 419
  • Canada, Esquimalt Naval Yard Transferred to, 570
  • Charybdis, H. M. Cruiser, Ordered to the East, 97
  • Coastguard Stations Repaired and Renewed, 538
  • Comet, H. M. Turbine Destroyer, Acceptance Trials, 677
  • Contract Work, Supervision Question, 469 Cruisers for the Colonies, 469
  • Cruisers, Protected, In Progress and Projected, 309
  • Cruisers of the Yarmouth Type, Admiralty Orders, 443
  • DI, H.M. Submarine, Satisfactory Performance, 217
  • Destroyers, British, Changes of Position, 217 Destroyers, The Twenty New, Orders given, 309
  • Devonport Dockyard Communication with South-Western Railway, 309
  • Docks Dimensions at Portsmouth, 538 Dockyard Men’s Increased Pay, 419 Dockyards and Delayed Shipbuilding, 309 Dockyards, Working Hours, 469 Dreadnought’s Firing Average, 165 Dredging at Portsmouth, 469, 495, 519 Duke of Edinburgh, Eiient of Damage, 258 Dutch Submarine, Competition between Boatbuilders, 517
  • Eden, H.M. Turbine Destroyer, Recommissioned, 97
  • Edinburgh, H.M.S., to be Broken up, 538 Espiegel, H.M.S., New Commission, 205
  • Dockyard Notes (continued)i
  • Experimental Tanks in Private Yards. 165 Ferret, H.M. Destroyer, Broken up, 123 French Battleship Jean Birt, 17
  • Battleship Voltaire, Trials, 17, 539 Destroyers’ Trials, 538
  • Lady s Prize for Life-saving from
  • Wrecked Subin<rines, 677
  • Naval Aeroplane, 443
  • Naval Estimates, 165
  • Naval Officers and Aviation, 165 Submarine Archimede, Long Voyage,
  • Submarine Pluviose, 17, 165, 443, 677 Submersible S.C.L, Trials, 443
  • Funnels of German Dreadnoughts, 396
  • Funnel Lengthening to Avoid Smoke, 217
  • German Battieship Deutschland as Target for Trials, 396
  • Battleships Ersatz Heimdall and Ersatz Hildebrand, 17
  • Cruiser Hansa, 50
  • Cruiser Von der Tann, 50. 165. 469 Cruisers Coin and Augsburg, 165 Dreadnoughts’ Figureheads. 217 Dreadnoughts Posen, Nassau, West
  • falen, and Rheinland, 396 Naval Gunnery’s Exce lence, 443 Naval Manoeuvres, 165 Naval Officers, Status of Non-combatants, 50
  • Naval Programme, 443, 495 Navy, Increase of Personnel^ 396 Big Guns, 646
  • Good Hope, Refit, 205, 309
  • Guns of the Cruiser Edgar Quinet, 469
  • Guns, New British, Comparison with Germany and Austria, 539
  • Heligoland’s Sea Wall, 123
  • Hope, H.M. Destroyer, Launched, 309 Indefatigable, H.M.S., Progress, 396 : Trials, 646
  • Intrepid, H.M. Cruiser, as Mine Layer, 396 Iialian Battleship, Dante Alighieri, 50, 258, 358, 646
  • Italian Battleships, Old, Rumoured Purchase by Greece, 358
  • Italian Training Ship Etna to Visit Plymouth, 123
  • Italian Triple-turret Ships, 205
  • Japanese Battleship-cruiser, Rumours, 396
  • Japanese Cruiser Matsushima, Salvage Abandoned, 419
  • Japanese Destroyer Ikadzuchi, Wreck Recovered and Rebuilt, 419
  • Japanese Naval Programme, 419, 469, 539 Lengths of Steamboats for Larger Naval Ships,
  • Lighter to Lift Submarines, 258
  • Lion, H.M. Cruiser-battleship, Launch, 97, 396
  • Liverpool, H.M. Cruiser, Trials, 50: Completion, 309 ’ > ;
  • Machinery Accidents and Admiralty Precautions, 217
  • Magnificent, H.M.S., as Tender to H.M.S. Vivid, 258
  • Majestic, H.M. Battleship, Scrapped, 205 Manoeuvres, Reserve Men’s Discharge, 123 Manoeuvre, Speed Trials Satisfactory, 217
  • Marine Engines Survive their Hulls, 165
  • Moorings at Harwich, Re-arrangement, 538
  • Naval Situation, Lord Charles Beresford on, 538 ’
  • Naval Guns in the United States, Life of, 97 Neptune, H.M. Battleship, 258, 358, 519, 538
  • Newcastle, H.M. Cruiser, Trials, 123
  • Niobe and Rainbow for Canadian Government Volunteer Crews, and Admiral Kingsmill’s Visit, 97, 258
  • Orion, H.M S., 165, 358
  • Painting of Destroyers; Black Too Conspicuous, 396
  • Parramatta and Yarrow, Australian Warships, 97
  • Pembroke, Old Three-decker, to be Broken Up, 538
  • Propeller Accidents to Destroyers, 217
  • Racoon, H.M. Destroyer, Trials, 165
  • Rail Travel of Chief Petty Officers, Question of Class, 97
  • Rainbow, H.M. Cruiser, 205
  • Refit Work at Portsmoutn and Devonport 309
  • Ranger, H.M. Destroyer, Disabled, 538
  • Rosyth Naval Base, Acceleration of Work, 217 Royal George IL, 469
  • Ruby, H. M. Destroyer, 539
  • RubS an Battiesnips Andrei Pervozvannyi and Imperator Pavel I., 539
  • Russian Battleships, Sebastopol Class, 165
  • Russian Battleships’ Slow Progress, 50
  • Scrapping of Warships at Devonport, 396
  • Spithead Anchorage Berths, 205
  • Steam Turbine in German Shipbuilding, 495 Stokers, New Regulations, 205
  • Submarines, German Naval Officer’s Opinion on, 443
  • Submarines to be Sent to Hong Kong, 570
  • Submarines and Wireless Telegraphy, Exneri- ments, 309 s r .y, pen
  • Swordfish, H.M. Destroyer, Scrapped, 97
  • Talbot, H.M.S., and other Ships, 646
  • Tenedos II., Wooden Battleship, Sold by
  • Auction, 123, 258
  • Torpedo-b at Destroyers, Construction, Speed Trials, 50, 217
  • Turbine Machinery, Admiralty Orders Placed 443 ’
  • Turkey Buys Old Ships from Germany, 165, 217, 495
  • Turkish Naval Constructors and Officers to be
  • Trained in England, 570
  • United States Battleships Arkansas and Wyoming, 50
  • Batt leshi ps, Connecticut Class, 50
  • 700-Ton Destroyers, 396
  • Naval Estimates, 677 Ships, Idaho and Mississippi, 519
  • Submarines, Salmon and Viper, 165
  • __ Torpedo Boat Paulding, 358
  • Uruguay Cruiser Uruguay, 17
  • Viking, H.M. Destroyer, 205
  • Waiship Construction of the World, Cost, 469
  • Watson, Captain Hugh, R N., Naval Attach^, 123
  • Wireless Stations of the World Number 416, 97
  • Sess T®eF^?hP^ Station at Scarborough, 396 ^BattfeshTps^^46°^ Experiments on French
  • DOVER Admiralty Pier Station, 514
  • Draught of Boiler Furnaces-see Boilers
  • Dredger, Bucket and Suction, Ferguson Brothers
  • Dredger Elevator, Travelling, W. D. Hamilton, Dredgers at Panama, 279
  • Dredgers Two New, A F. Smulders, 690, 696 Machine Tools and Rook
  • (missing lines)
  • EASTLEIGH Works—see Works
  • Economiser Utility (2) M. R.
  • Edwards, Mr. C. A., Professor H. C. H. Carpenter
  • WUh^st'^’ ™ P‘’duction of Castings to Pressures, 663. 674. 701
  • ^sS®’, 37^” Hardening Carbon
  • Eiffel Aero-Dynamometric Installation, 134

Electrical Matters:

  • Bankfoot Waste Heat Station. 384
  • Capstans—gee Capstan
  • Carville-on-Tyne Generating Station, 364 (r/ro- page. Supplant, September ZQlh, 1910) '
  • Circuit Breaker, Morris and Lister, 668
  • Converters, 405 ’
  • Electric Furnaces, Working of Various, 380
  • Electrometer, Cambridge Scientific Instruments
  • Furnaces—see also Furnace
  • Galvanometer, Ayrton-Mather, 667
  • Galvanometer, Vibration, Drysdale-Tinsley 668
  • General Post-office Power Scheme, 640,^544 568; (Correction), 649 ’ ’
  • Workt 618®‘ Felixstowe Electricity
  • German Electrical Manufacturing Trust 271
  • Hysteresis, 256; (Letter), 286 ’ '
  • Instruments and Apparatus at the Physical
  • Society’s Exhibition. 668 ny=>icai
  • Lighting, 67
  • Lighting Sets, Suction Gas Electric, 324 667
  • Locomotives—.sec Railway Locomotives 667
  • Los Angeles Aqueduct, Electric Power in the Construction of, 311 ®
  • Mercury Vapour Lamp. British Electrical Engineering Company, 407 ®
  • Mine Accidents, Electricity and, 442
  • Modern Lighiing Systems in America. 20 “E ^ine7 Bl»st Purnace Blowing
  • E gioes, Warren, Beattie and Co., 445 raralleling Alternators, 149,174 191 Plant at Seraing—gee Works ’
  • Current, Dr. Drys-
  • PowerEconomy in Electric Railway Operation.
  • ilailways—gee Railways
  • Rectifier, Electro-magnetic, Muirhead, 667
  • Scherbius and Kramer Systems of Motor Regu- lation, 380 ; (Letter), 551 ®
  • Synchronisers. Siemens. Thomson-Houston Ferrai4i, Everett-Edgcumbe, 174, 191 199 ’
  • Target, Rose’s Rtcordiog, 603
  • Tasmanian Water Power, 496
  • Testing Sets, India-^bber, Gutta-percha, and
  • Telegraph Works Company, 668 667
  • Thermo-electric, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 667
  • Fewer in the Iron and
  • Steel Industry, &o J. J. E. Schuurman, 380 voltaite R-gulation 244 “Watkin” Switch,'Adams-Watkin Company,
  • ® Shale Mine.
  • E. Scott and Mountain, 624, 630
  • Automatic, for Mechanical Stokers, ®'Tanwa?!^5U27'’^"’®"’ South-Eastern Elevator, Travelling Dredger, W. D. Hamilton,

Engines and Motors:

  • Agricultural, at Liverpool, 8
  • Blowing Engines—see Blowing
  • Chemical Fire, Large, Merryweather, 232
  • Electrical Motors—see Electrical Matters

Engines and Motors: Internal Combustion Engines :

  • Dan Marine 0 1 Engine, 535
  • Diesel Motors, Marine. Direktor Saiuberlich,
  • Diesel Oil Engine and Dynamo, 618
  • Fire Engines, Motor, for Glasgow 104
  • Forty-eight Hours’ Test of a Petrol Engine C Price and Son, 550 ®
  • Gas Engine. Davey, Paxman and Co., 620, 621
  • Gas Engine, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 621 652
  • Gas Engines and Producers at Nor hampton
  • Polyi echnie Insfituto, 438, 440
  • ® HOD“348 “ Fxhibi-
  • Petrol Engines at Liverpool 8 4"Man“^Motors""*“®^ F-hing Boat.s
  • Marine Motors for Fishing Boats, 489 505 534 Motor Car, at Olympia, 484, 612, 616? 550 ’ Oil Engine, Bnt^nia Engineering Company,
  • Oil Engine, Cundall Gas and Oil Company, 9 for Marine Work, 493 E. R. and F. Turner, 620 and Pump, Gwynne, 323, 324 Horizontal, Two-cylinder, Fielding and Platt, 256
  • 12-B.H.P., E. R. andF. Turner, 50 Paraffin Marine Motor Engines, Parsons Motor Company, 654
  • Portable Suction Gas Engine, 18-B,H.P., Capel, 73
  • Scientific Error and Gas Engine Design, 625 Suction Gas Electric Lighting Set, E. S. Hindley, 324
  • Suction Gas Electric Lighting Set, Kynoch, 324 Two-cycle Engine, 199

Engines and Motors: Steam Engines:

  • Compound 5-Ton Agricultural Engine, McLaren, 704
  • Compound Traction Engine, Ruston, Proctor and Company, 621
  • Converted Beam Engine at Bromford Ironworks, 404, 405
  • Dividing Engines for Surveying Instrument Work, 349, 350
  • Ploughing Engine, Aveling and Porter, 621 Ploughing Engine, Superheater, J, Fowler, 620, 621
  • Reciprocating Marine Engines, &c.. Economical Working of, D. B. Morison, 605, 606, 679
  • Stumpf Engine—see Uni-Flow, &c.
  • Superheated Steam Engine and Traction, R. Garrett and Sons’ Engine, 621
  • Tandem Corliss Winding Engines at Fryston Colliery, Bradley and Craven, 466, 474
  • Twin Tandem Winding Engines, Robey and Co,, 283 (Supplement, September ^th, 1910)
  • Uni-Flow Steam Engine, Further Development of the. Professor Stumpf, 575
  • Winding Engines at a Shale Mine, E. Scott and Mountain, 624, 630
  • ENGINEERING in South and Central America, Progress of, 31, 79, 132, 185, 457, 505, 531, 561, 613, 661 ; (Correction), 658
  • Engineers and Contracts with Local Authorities, 84
  • Erosion of Guns—see War Material
  • Eustice, J., on Flow of Water in Curved Pipes. 23
  • Everest Theodolite, 349, 350

Exhibitions and Shows:

  • A National Engineering, 574
  • Brussels, 106, 194, 198, 200, 226, 416, 614
  • Buenos Aires, 213, 241, 265, 291, 319, 348, 376, 674
  • Dresden International Hygiene, 1911, 19
  • Engineering, at Manchester, 462
  • Engineering, at Olympia, 245, 272, 297, 304 365 (Supplement, September 9z7i, 1910)
  • Japanese-British Exhibition, R. H. Smith, 103, 253 ; (Letter), 286
  • Motor Car, at Olympia, 484, 512, 516, 550 North Sea Fisheries and Fishing, 489, 505, 534 Physical Society’s Annual Exhibition, 666 Royal Agricultural Society, at Liverpool, 8, 50 Scottish National, in 1911, 139
  • Smithfield Club Show, 620
  • Turin, 644
  • EXPLOSIBILITY of Coal Dust, 615, 639, 663 Explosions, Boiler—see Boilers
  • Explosions, Gaseous, Committee’s Report, 333 ; (Letter), 367
  • FEED Control of Carburetters, 448
  • Feed-water Regulator, Crosby, 176
  • Felixstowe Electricity Works, 618
  • Fire-bar, Air-cooled, Crosthwaite, 297
  • Fire-bar, J. Downie, 330
  • Fire-box—see Locomotives
  • Fire Disaster at the Brussels Exhibition, 194, 198, 200
  • Fire Engines—see Engines
  • Fire - extinguishing Appliances at Liverpool, Merryweather, 9 '
  • Fisheries, North Sea—see Exhibitions
  • Fitzgerald, Professor M. F., on Influence of Form of Blades in Centrifugal Pumps, 685 '
  • Flight of Fancy, S. Z. de Ferranti, 546
  • Floating Dock for Bahia, 120, 168
  • Floating Dock for Brazil, Affonso Penna, 33, 59, 93, 119; (Correction), 155 (Foiir^page Supplement, July 8zA, 1910)
  • Flow of Water —see Water, Flow of
  • Foreshore Protection, De Muralt System, 71 Forging Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Forthcoming Meetings, 461, 486, 548
  • Foundry at the Sirocco Engineering Works, Davidson, 224, 228
  • Fry, Lawford H., on Train Resistance, 113 Furnace, Boiler—see Boilers
  • Furnace, Girod Electric, at Seraing, 670
  • Furnace, Salt Bath Hardening, S. N. Brayshaw, 421
  • GALWAY as a Transatlantic Port, 498 i
  • Gantry, Large Shipbuilding, at Harland and Wolff’s Works, 38 '
  • Gas Burner, Inverted, A. Mansfield, 632
  • Gas Engines and Producers at Northampton Polytechnic Institute, 438, 440
  • Gasworks Extensions, Paisley, 693
  • Gaseous Explosions Committee’s Report, 333: (Letter), 367
  • Gauges, Calliper, Wingley, 326
  • Gear-cutting—see Machine Tools
  • Gear Tooth Standards and Comparisons, 407 !
  • Gearing, Interchangeable Involute, W. Lewis, i 137,152
  • Gearing, Involute Cut, S. H. Rowley, 595
  • Gearing, Tooth, J, D. Steven, 137, 153
  • General Post-office Electrical Station, 540, 544, 568 ; (Correction), 649
  • General Post-office Signalling Batteries, &c,, J. G. Lucas on, 678
  • Geology Section at Diisseldorf Conference, 43 German Balloon Guns and Projectiles, 294 Competition—see Iron and Steel Electrical Manufacturing Trust, 271 Naval Architects—see Institutions Shipyards, 214,292(2’«-o page Supplement, August 1910)
  • Steel Trust—see Iron and Steel
  • Testing Laboratory, Royal, List of Printed Papers, 341
  • Germanischer Lloyd Rules, 1910, A, R. Liddell, 699
  • Gheury, M. E. J., on Formula for Temperature Scales Conversion, 32
  • Glasgow Telephone Exchange, 207
  • Governing of Air Compressors, 435
  • Grain Separator, Cylinder for, R. Boby, 8 Graphic Calculation of the Flow of Water in Pipes, T. G. Booking, 562
  • Graphical Determination of Moments of Inertia, Capt. C. E. P. Sankey, 57
  • Graphite Paint, Grease, &e.. Graphite Products, Limited, 325
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Grinding Tube Mill, Large Dry, G. Oxley and Sons, 525
  • Guns and Gunnery—see ’'NQLT Material
  • HAGUE, A.; and Professor T. Turner, on the Influence of Silicon on Pure Cast Iron, 379
  • Hammers - see Machine Tools

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Clyde Harbour and Dock Extensions, 356
  • Dock and Harbour Improvements at the Hartlepools, 628
  • Hull, Riverside Quay, 6
  • London, Port of, 545
  • HARRISON, Haydn T., on Street Lighting, 605
  • Heat Transmission, Study in, 41; (Letter), 73
  • Heavy Oils, 575; (Letter), 667
  • Helicopter, Principle of the, H. Chatley, 5
  • Hitchcock, Cyril, on Standardisation of Locomotives in India, 456, 468, 475
  • Hobart, H. M., on Electrically-propelled Suburban Trains, 161
  • Holland, Coastal Lands in, A. E. Carey, 691
  • Honduras, Natural Resources of, 31
  • Hose Coupling, “Dayol,” Siebe, Gorman, 327
  • Hull —see Harbours
  • Hydraulic Compounds in Sea Water, Behaviour of, H. Burchartz, 401
  • Hysteresis, 255; (Letter), 286
  • ICE-MAKING Plant, Exhaust Steam, Ransomes and Rapier, 602
  • India, Diversity of Railway Gauge in, 225
  • India, Survey of; Mathematical Instrument Office, 348, 360, 377
  • Indicators, High-speed, Crosby Steam Gage Company, 297
  • Influence of Depth on Speed of French Destroyers, 427
  • Injector, Automatic Hot Water, Holden and Brooke, 74
  • Inspection Car, Railway, C. Price and Son, 578 Institutes and Institutions—see Associations, &c. Instruments and Apparatus at the Physical Society’s Exhibition, 666
  • Instruments at India Survey Office, 348, 360, 377 Inundation Works in Paris, 61
  • Involute Teeth, 252

Iron and Steel:

  • American Steel Trade, 410
  • Belgian Iron in England, 518
  • Constitution of Troostite and the Tempering of Steel, A. McCance, 663
  • Corrosion of Iron, 626 ; (Letter), 704
  • Electric Furnaces, Working of Various, 380
  • Electric Steel Refining, D. F. Campbell, 380, 395
  • German Competition in Iron and Steel, 535
  • German Steel Trust, Problem of, 91
  • Hanyang Iron and Steel Works, G. Chamier, 382
  • Hardening Carbon Steels, Theory of, C. A. Edwards, 379
  • Iron Ore Resources of the World, 217
  • Iron Trade Sub-contracts, 497
  • Locomotive and Rolling Stock Construction, Steel used in, 35
  • Manganese in Cast Iron, &c., H. J. Coe, 379
  • Overwhelming Iron Demand, 547
  • Production of Castings to Withstand High Pressures, H. C. H. Carpenter and C. A. Edwards, 663, 674, 701
  • Production of Iron and Steel, 387
  • Salt Bath Hardening Furnace, Improved, S. N. Brayshaw, 421
  • Silicon, Influence of, on Pure Cast Iron, A. Hague and Professor T. Turner, 379
  • Steel Production, The Profits on, 600
  • Steel, Test at the Sheffield-Simplex Motor Works, 43
  • Steel Trade, 173
  • Steel Trade Outlook, 673
  • Utilisation of Electric Power in the Iron and Steel Industry, &c., J. J. E. Schuurman, 380
  • Vanadium Steel for Bridge Members, 389
  • JAPANESE Industries at the Japanese-British Exhibition, R. H. Smith, 103, 253; (Letter), 286
  • Jet vs. Surface Condensers, R. M. Neilson, 661
  • KRAMER Regulation System, 380 ; (Letter), 551
  • Krupp’s Works—see German Shipyards

Labour News, Strikes, and Wages Questions:

  • Anarchy in Wales, 306
  • Board of Trade Statistics of Strikes and Trade Disputes, 311
  • Collective Agreements, 508
  • Insubordination, 387
  • Iron Trade Sub-contracts, 497
  • Negligence of a Fellow Servant, 518
  • New Spirit, 467
  • North-Eastern Railway Strike, 92
  • Rabble Unions, 277 ; (betters), 309, 340
  • Railway Arbitration, 388
  • Railway Strike in France, 415, 441
  • Shipbuilding Lock-out, 147, 277, 283, 308, 337, 358, 389, 419, 446, 469, 487, 511, 517, 542, ' 551, 570, 592, 631, 650, 654, 678; (Letters), 309, 340, 523
  • Shipbuilding Strike, 147—see Shipbuilding Lock-out
  • Spirit of Unrest, 172
  • Stiffnecked Generation, 517
  • Trade Unions and the Enforcement of Discipline, 305
  • York Agreement, Rejection of the, 443
  • LAMP, Mercury Vapour, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, 407
  • Lanchester, F. W., on the Development of the Self-propelled Vehicle, 449
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools

Launches and Trial Trips:

  • 24, 54, 77, 164, 182, 210, 234, 260, 239, 372. 452, 554, 611, 701

Leaders:

  • Aeroplane Progress, 467
  • Anarchy in Wales, 306
  • Armament of Battleships, 15, 599
  • Atlantic Airship Voyage, 443
  • Automatic Signalling, 674
  • Aviation Meeting at Rheims, 42
  • Awards at the Buenos Aires Exhibition, 674
  • Belgian Iron in England, 518
  • Board of Trade Report on Boiler Explosions, 117
  • Boiler Furnaces, Management of, 574
  • Boiler, Nicolson, 278, 698
  • Boiler Engineering, Reformation of, 278, 698
  • British Association, 494
  • China, Opportunity of British Engineers in, 252
  • Cleanliness and Contractors’ Trials, 226
  • Coal Mines, Increasing Accidents in, 225
  • Coal, Price Value of, 16
  • Competition for Foreign Warship Contracts, 251
  • Corrosion of Iron, 626
  • Corrosion, An Unusual Case of, 361
  • Distington Boiler Explosion, 573
  • Dreadnoughts, Greater, 68
  • Electric Lighting, 67
  • Electricity and Mine Accidents, 442
  • Equalised Draught, 172
  • Fire at the Brussels Exhibition, 200
  • Flight of Fancy, 546
  • French Railway Strike, 441
  • French Submarines aud Submersibles, 147
  • Gaseous Explosions Committee, 333
  • German Steel Trust, Problem of, 91
  • Gooch’s Express Locomotives, 649
  • Guns, Erosion of, 68, 415
  • Heat Transmission, A Study in, 41
  • Heavy Naval Ordnance, 171
  • Heavy Oils, 575
  • Insubordination, 387
  • Internal Steam Jacketing, 118
  • Involute Teeth, 252
  • Irish Railway Accident, 93, 334
  • Irish Railway Commission, 118, 146, 468
  • Iron Demand, Overwhelming, 547
  • Iron and Steel, Production of, 387
  • Light Railways, 67
  • Locomotive Coal Expenditure, 334
  • Locomotive Power, 494
  • Locomotives of Maximum Economy, 306, 414
  • Locomotives, Standardised, 468
  • Luxury and Engineering, 362
  • Machinery Construction and Technical Education, 200
  • Manchester’s Atmosphere, 674
  • Maximum Locomotive Economy, 306, 414
  • Mechanicals and Metallurgy, 674
  • Metre Gauge Railways, 199
  • Midland Railway Disaster, 699
  • Mr. Longridge’s Report, 251
  • Multiple Boiler Explosions, 626
  • National Engineering Exhibition, 574
  • Nationalisation of Mines and Railways, 413
  • Naval Ordnance in England and Germany, The Output of, 697
  • Negligence of a Fellow-servant, 518
  • New Spirit, 467
  • North-Eastern Railway Strike, 92
  • Oil Engine in Marine Work, 493
  • Panama, A Square Deal at, 279
  • Patents, International Working of, 42
  • Persian Railway Scheme, 575
  • Port of London, 545
  • Propeller Corrosion, 252
  • Propulsive Horse-power of Great Ships, 650
  • Power in Rolling Mills, 413
  • Rabble Unions, 277
  • Railway Arbitration, 388
  • Railway Congress—and After, 117
  • Railway Gauge in India, Diversity of, 225
  • Railways and Manufacturers, 361
  • Reinforced Concrete, 278
  • Rejection of the York Agreement, 443
  • Rifle Shooting, 92
  • Scientific Error and Gas Engine Design, 625
  • Ships, Growth of, 600
  • Shipbuilding Strike, 147, 277, 443, 517, 650
  • Spirit of Unrest, 172
  • State-aided Industries, 16
  • Steamships, Increasing Size of, 146
  • Steel Production, Profits on, 600
  • Steel Trade, 173
  • Steel Trade Outlook, 673
  • Stiff-necked Generation, A, 517
  • Submarine Explosion, 173
  • Superheating in the Past, 546
  • Trades Unions and the Enforcement of
  • Discipline, 305
  • Turbine Trials, Comparative, 442
  • Two-cycle Engine, 199
  • Water Gauges at Sea, 517
  • Welsh Coal Trade, 145

Legal Intelligence:

  • Ilgner System of Electrically Driving Reversing Rolling Mills, 500
  • Marconi and Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Company v. British Radio-Telegraph and Telephone Company, 656
  • J. Stone and Co., Limited, v. John Broadfoot and Sons, Limited, 74
  • LEGROS, L. A., on The Development of Road Locomotion in Recent Years, 560, 580
  • Lentz Locomotives, 576
  • Lentz Valve Motion in Marine Engines, 627

Letters from our own Correspondents :

  • America, 27, 63, 76, 101, 129, 157, 182, 210. 236, 262, 316, 344, 373, 398, 425, 453, 529, 557, 685, 610, 636, 658, 680, 706
  • Australia, 370, 529, 556, 584, 659
  • England, North of, 26, 51, 75, 99, 127,
  • 181, 209, 235, 261, 287, 315, 343, 371, o»/, 423, 451, 477, 501, 627, 555, 583, 609, 635, 657, 681, 705
  • Germany, France, Belgium, &c., 27,53, 77, 101, 129, 157, 182, 211, 236, 262, 289, 317, 344, 373, 398, 425, 463, 478, 503, 528, 557, 585, 611, 636, 659, 683, 706
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and other Districts, 25, 61, 75. 99, 127, 155, 180. 209, 234, — 315, 342, 371, 396, 423, 461, 476, 555, 583, 609, 634, 657, 681, 705
  • Lancashire, 25, 61, 75, 99, 127, 155, 477, ' 60i; 527', 555; 705
  • Scotland, 26, 52, 76, 235, 261, 288, 316, 478, 502, 528, 556, 706
  • Sheffield, 25, 51, 75, 99, 236, 261, 287, 315, 343, 477, 501, 527, 555, 583, 705
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 26, 52, 76, 100, 128, 156, 181, 210, 236, 261, 288, 316, 344, 372, 397, 424, 452, 478, 502, 628, 656, 584, 610, 636, 658, 682, 706

Letters to the Editor :

  • Accumulation of Shore Detritus, &c., A. H, Gibson, 47 ; J. S. Owens, 21
  • Association of Consulting Engineers, H. L.
  • Webb, 204
  • Aviation, Cost of, Would-be Aviator, 204 Balanced Draught, C. Erith, 204; Serge Heryngfet, 367
  • Boiler Settings, F. Ayton, 21
  • Builder’s Certificate, F. T. Harker, 286
  • Casting by the Spinning System, Foundryman, 73
  • Centrifugal Pumps—see. High Lift Pumps Compressed Air for Oil Fuel Burners, Petrolia, 204
  • Cones V. All-gear Drives, Utility, not Fashion,
  • Cooling Condensing Water, J. H. Harrison, 47
  • Corrosion of Iron, X, 704
  • Cost Accounts, Cost Accountant, 567, A. W. Price, 596
  • Durban Tramcars, H. N, Thomas, 393
  • Easterly Extension of Leeds and Nottingham
  • Coalfield, Rowland Gascoyne, 393
  • Economy of Superheat—see Superheating
  • Equalised Draught—see Balanced Draught
  • Erosion of Guns, Old Sportsman, 98
  • Floating Docks, Blohm and Voss, 155
  • Gaseous Explosions Committee, M. I, and S. Inst., 367
  • Great Western Railway Cranes, Ransomes and Rapier, Limited, 677
  • Heat Transmission, Study in, Holden and
  • Brooke, 73
  • Herbert Spencer and the Metrical System, Dr. S. T. Preston, 473
  • High-lift Centrifugal Pumps, F. H. S., 447, 622, 523, 631 ; M. F. Fitzgerald, 498 ; Holden and Brooke, 340, 393, 447, 498, 651, 696. 631, 655 ; Rees Roturbo Company, 367, 422, 473, 498, 523, 586, 631; Vortex, 447 ; Y., 447, 498; Mathematician, 522, 596, 655
  • Hysteresis, J. Lysaght, 286
  • Keying Wheels to Shafts, A. G., 309 Law of Libel, W. Judd, 123 Locomotives of Maximum Economy, F. W.
  • Brewer, 393 ; C. W. Dauncey, 447 ; L. A. F., 340, 393 ; E. C. Poultney, 473, 551 ; Superheater, 367, 422, 473, 551; X., 393, 446, 522 Locomotive Performance—see Locomotives of
  • Maximum Economy
  • Locomotives, Broad Gauge, of the Great Western Railway, E. L. Ahrons, 677 ; Syrinx, 704 Machine Tools, Machine Shop Foreman, 21 Manometer, A Sensitive Two-fluid, J. A. Smith, 155
  • Mining Cutter Guards, Alfred Herbert, 219 Missing Quantity, F. B. Aspinall, 123 ; L. H. G.
  • Dines, 73 ; G. Emerson, 77 ; Lubricator, 73 ; Q. ,21, 98
  • Naval Architects, Wake Up ! Sargon, 422
  • Nominal Horse-power of Marine Engines, F. Hovenden, 567
  • Paddle Wheels, A. R., 367, 422, 499, 567 ;
  • R. M. S., 310, 393, 473, 551, 567 ; Superintendent Engineer, 310, 393, 473, 511 ; W. J. T., 367
  • Patents, Compulsory Working of, Chartered Patent Agent, 73 ; Loser, 98
  • Petrol V, Steam Cartage, J. S. V. Bickford, 655 ; Viator, 631
  • Point of View, Trade Unionist, 523, 551
  • Profit-sharing with Workmen, Employer, 340 ;
  • Gilbert Little, 309
  • Progress in Flight, E. E. Wilson, 499
  • Pueeh Filters, W. Clemence, 447
  • Rabble Unions, A Trade Unionist,
  • S. E. P., 340 ; Trade Unionist, 523
  • Rails for Reinforced Concrete Wharfs, '
  • Powell, 473
  • Railway Carriages, J. C. H., 204
  • Refitting a Propeller without Docking, '
  • Bird, 655
  • Challoner, 667
  • Saving Life from Fire, J. T. Towlson, 177
  • Letters to the Editor :
  • Slotting Machines, An Improvement in, J. T. Towlson, 98
  • Speed Regulation of Three-phase Motors, J. J. Elink Schuurman, 549
  • Standardisation of Heavy Fuel Oils, &c., British Petroleum Company, 567
  • Standardisation of Locomotives in India, L. S., 511
  • Staying Boiler Ends, L. F. J. Crosland, 286
  • Steam Pressure Formula, R. H. Smith, 258
  • Superheated Steam, G. Emerson, 177
  • Superheating, A Case of Marine, Heat Engine, 631; Superheater, 598, 6/7 ; Vernon Smith, 655; X., 677
  • Thermal Storage, C. P. Taylor, 21
  • Tidal Power, A. Oates, 21
  • Trader-engineer, The, E. Kilburn Scott, 704
  • Train Resistance, F. J. Cole, 46; H, E. Wimperis, 204
  • Turbines, Reaction Type Steam, Blade Proportioning in, E, R. B , 422; T. B. Morley, 422
  • Willesden Junction Accident, L. A. Legros, 631
  • Willett Bruce Whistle Control System, W. J. Willett Bruce, 340
  • LEWIS, W., on Interchangeable Involute Gearing, 137, 152
  • Liddell, A. R., on Germanischer Lloyd Rules, 1910, 699
  • Liddell, A. R., on Rules for Shipbuilding, 429
  • Liddell, A. R., on Stability Models and Tables, 215
  • Light, Automatic Flashing, Trinity House, 676 Lighting and Heating Exhibits at Buenos Aires, 348
  • Lights, Flash, at Buenos Ayres, 377
  • Lime, Superphosphate of. Plant for Production, C. Von Grueber, 645

Literature: Reviews:

  • Dust Preventatives and Road Binders, Prevost Hubbard, 72, 222
  • Electric Trains, H. M. Hobart, 81
  • Fighting Ships, 1910, F. T. Jane, 201
  • Flottesde Combat en 1911, Les, Balincourt, 651
  • L’Annuaire du Bureau des Longitudes pour I’au, 1911, 651
  • Lord Kelvin, Life of, S. P. Thompson, 173
  • Metallurgy, Introduction to the Study of, Prof. Sir W. Roberts-Austen, 547, 650
  • Rolling Mills, Experimental Investigations on the Power Required to Drive, J. Puppe, 81, 363

Literature: Short Notices:

  • American Producer Gas Practice, &c., Nisbet Latta, 72
  • Aviation, The Art of, R. W. A. Brewer, 72
  • Bare Aluminium Cables, H. M. Hobart, 173, 201
  • Compressed Air, Elmo G. Harris, 567
  • Dam Design, High Masonry, C. E. Morrison and 0, L. Brodie, 35, 72
  • Deinhardt - Schlomann Series of Technical Dictionaries, Vol. X., Motor Vehicles, &c., 651
  • Drawing, Mechanical, Elementary Text-book on, J. E. Jagger, 72
  • Electric Lighting for Motor Cars, Marks and Clerk, 567
  • Encyclopedia of Municipal and Sanitary Engineering, W, H. Maxwell and J. T. Brown, 547
  • Factory Organisation and Administration, Hugo Diemer, 447, 651
  • Foundry Practice, General, W. Roxburgh, 363
  • High Speed Steel, 0, M. Becker, 547 ; (Note), 579
  • Internal Combustion Engines, Construction and Working, R. E. Mathot, 363
  • Land Drainage, Principles of, II. C. Brett, 547
  • Law and Practice of Rating and Assessment, C. A. Webb, 81
  • Marine Multi-tubular Boilers, Design of, J. D. McKnight and A. B. Brown, 567
  • Mechanics, Applied, John Graham, 547 Mines of Rhodesia, 1910, Owen Letcher, 651 Motor Cars, Practical Design of, James Gunn, 651
  • Sea Water Distillation, F. Normandy, 222
  • Steam Engine and other Heat Engines, J. A. Ewing, 81
  • Submarines of the World’s Navies, C. W. Dom- ville-Fife, 222
  • Walker’s Loose-leaf Pocket-book for Engineers, N. R. Cooke, 35

Literature: Books Received:

  • A. B. C. Five Figure Logarithms and Tables for Chemists, C. J. Woodward, 81
  • Aberdeen, City of. Industrial and other Aspects of, 201
  • Aerial Locomotion, F, H. Wenham, 222
  • Aerial Navigation, Sir George Cayley, 222
  • Aerial Navigation, F. Walker, 547
  • Aerial Ship, Francesco Lana, 547
  • Aeroplane Patents, R. M. Neilson, 651
  • Allen’s Commercial Organic Analysis, W. A. Davis and S. S. Sadtler, 363
  • American Machinist Gear Book, C. N. Logue, 447
  • Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering, Text-book of, A. Jamieson, 363
  • Arithmetic, Board of Trade, for First and Second-class Engineers, P. Youngson, 81
  • Balloons and Flying Machines, Model, J. H. Alexander, 81
  • Book-keeping, Accounting, and Banking, Student’s Catechism on, F. Davey, 547
  • Brassworkers of Berlin and of Birmingham, Report by R. H. Best, W, J, Davies, and C. Perks, 81
  • Brazil: Its Natural Riches and Industries, 222
  • British Coal Dust Experiments, Record of the First Series of, 651
  • British Rainfall, 1909, H. R. Mill, 415
  • Bruckenbau, Dor, M. Strukel, 363
  • Building Construction, I., B. Pite and others, 651
  • Business Prospects Year-book, 1911, J. Davies and C, P. Plailey, 651
  • Cable-Fault Localisation Graphs in Practice, E. Raymond-Barker, 222
  • Calculus for Beginners, J. W. Mercer, 173 Canals and Traders, E. A. Pratt, 81
  • Ceylon Government Railway, W. H. Cave, 651 City Diary, 1911, 691
  • Coal Mining, IV., D. Burns and G. L. Kerr, 547
  • Coal Trade Pamphlets : Electricity in Mines, Professor W. M. Thornton, 567
  • Compressed Air : Theory and Computations, Elmo 6. Harris, 547
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Concise Treatise on, C. F. Marsh, 72
  • Continuous Current Machine Design, W. Cramp, 447
  • Contracts in Engineering, J. I. Tucker, 675 Corrosion and Preservation of Iron and Steel, A. S. Cushman and H. A. Gardner, 72
  • Crystallography, Elementary, W. S. Bayley, 675 Deinhardt-Schlomann Series of Technical Dictionaries, Vol. VII., Hoisting and Conveying Machinery, 72 .
  • Deinhardt-Schlomann oeries of Technical Dic- tionariesin Six Languages, Vol. IX., Machine Tools, 691
  • Design of Marine Multitubular Boilers, J, D. McKnight and A. W. Brown, 447
  • Dictionary, Nautical Technical, for the Navy, 547
  • Dock Engineering, Treatise on, B. Cunningham, 81
  • Domestic Sanitation and Plumbing, II., A. Herring-Shaw, 651
  • Doncaster Coalfield, The New, 651
  • Drying Machinery and Practice, T. G. Marlow, 547
  • Electric Circuit Problems in Mines and Factories, E. H. Crapper. 547
  • Electric Light, How to Use, F. H. Taylor, 567
  • Electrical Engineering, Exercises in, T. Mather and G. W. 0. Howe, 567
  • Electrical Engineering, Practical, W. S. Ibbetson, 72
  • Electrical Engineers, Standard Handbook for, 567
  • Electric Motors, F. B. Crocker and M. Arendt, 691
  • Electrical Theory and the Problem of the Universe, G. W. de Tunzelmann, 173
  • Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony, The Principles cf, J. A. Fleming, 651
  • Electrician, The Young, Hammond Hall, 567 Electricity and Magnetism, Elementary Experimental, W. T. Clough, 201
  • Electro-plating, Practical, G. Gentry, 201 Employers’ Liability Act, 1880, and the Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1906, 201
  • Encyclopedia of Municipal and Sanitary Engineering, W. H. Maxwell and J. T. Brown, 447
  • Engineering Constructions in Steel and Timber, W. H. Warren, 81
  • English Prices with Spanish Equivalents, S.' Lambert, 567
  • Englishwoman’s Year-book, 1911, 651 “Flight” Manual, Algernon E. Berriman, 81, 201
  • Flying,^ The Art of, T. Walker, 201
  • Geological Survey Bulletin, Western Australia, A. G. Maitland, 363
  • Geology of Building Stones, J. A. Howe, 651
  • Geometry, The Public School, F. J. W. Whipple, 81
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical Col- lege Calendar, 1910-1911, 547
  • Graphical Charts, The Construction of, J. B. Peddle, 567
  • Hawke’s Systematic Telegraphic Code, W. H.
  • Hawke, 201
  • Heat Engines, J. R. Allen and J. A. Bursley, 675
  • Heating Engineers’ Quantities, W, L. White and G. M. White, 81
  • Hiitte Taschenbuch iiir Eisenhilttenleute, 72 Illumination and Photometry, W. E. Wickon- den, 81
  • Income Tax, Guide to the, F. B. Leeming, 591 Indian Railways, Practical Hints to Young Engineers on, A. W. C. Addis, 81
  • Injector, Practice and Theory of the, S. L. Kneass, 81
  • Institute of Metals, Journal of the, Vol. TIL, 547
  • Institution of Naval Architects, Transactions of the, Vol. LIL, R. W. Dana, 547
  • International Language and Science, Translated by F. G. Donnan, 81
  • Irish Railways and their Nationalisation, E, A. Pratt, 675
  • Irish Road Congress, First, Dublin, 447 Ironfounders, Handbo >k for, 567 Irrigation Works, Sir Hanbury Brown, 222 Korea, Recent Progress in, 447
  • Kurze Uebersicht ueber Samtliche Legierungen, Dr. Ernst Janecke, 313
  • L’Aviation, Paul Paulev6 and Emile Borel, 72
  • Law of Building, Engineering, and Shipbuilding Contracts, A. A. Hudson, 447
  • Leeds Chamber of Commerce Year-book, 1910, R. K, Calvert, 363
  • Lightning Conductors, Modern, Killingworth Hedges, 81
  • Logarithmic Land Measurement, J. Wallace. 201 ’
  • London Society, Green Book of, 1910, D. Sladen and W. Wigmore, 363
  • Management Book-keeping, T. J. Millar, 201
  • Mathematics and Geometry, Practical,^ E. S. Bates and F. Charlesworth, 547
  • Mechanical Engineers’ Pocket-book, W. Kent, 547
  • Mechanical Engineering Abstracts, 651
  • “Mechanical World ” Electrical Pocket-book for 1911, 651
  • “Mechanical World ” Pocket Diary, 1911, 591 Mechanics, Applied, Elementary Manual on, Professor A. Jamieson, 547
  • Mechanics, Applied, Notes on, R. H. Whapham and G. Preece, 547
  • Metallurgy, Principles of, C. Herman Fulton, 547
  • Milling Machines and Milling Practice, D. De Vries, 651
  • Mines and Estates of Mexico, The Official Directory, J. R. Southworth, 651
  • Mines of Rhodesia, Mining and Settlers’ Guide, Owen Letcher, 547
  • Minerals, Tables for the Determination of, P, Frazer and A. P. Brown, 363
  • Modern Framed Structures, Theory and Practice of, J. B. Johnson, &c., 81
  • Motor Boats Simply Explained, J. Douglas, 547
  • Motor Cars, Law Relating to, R. P. Mahafty and G. Dodson, 81
  • Motor Cars, The Practical Design of, J. Gunn, 547
  • Municipal Engineer, How to Become a, J. F. Stow. 201
  • Municipal Engineering, S. G. Turner, 547 Municipal Franchises, Delos F. Wilcox, 201 Naval Architects’ and Shipbuilders’ Pocketbook, C, Mackrow, 651
  • Naval Engineering, Questions and Answers in, 81
  • Navy League Annual, 1910, A. H. Burgoyne, 591
  • New South Wales, Official Year-book, 1908-1909, J. B. Trivett, 547
  • Nouvelle Tb6orie des Sciences Physiques, M. Lachaud, 363
  • Oil Engines, Design and Construction of, A. H. Goldingham, 222
  • Oilfields of the Empire, J. D. Henry, 81, 201 ,
  • Optical Instruments Simply Explained, H. T. Davidge, 72
  • Patent Laws, Foreign and Colonial, W. C. Fairweather, 72
  • Patents and Designs, Law and Practice Relating to, D. Fulton, 363 '
  • Pear’s Cycloptcdia, J. Burney, 651
  • Photography in Colours, G. L. Johnson, 651 Polytechnic Institute, The Borough, Edric Bayley, 363
  • Portland Cement, Modern l\Ianufacture of, P. C. H. West, 547
  • Potter’s Craft, C. F. Binns, 201 Power and its Transmission, T. A. Smith, 447 “Practical Engineer” Pocket-book for 1911, 691
  • Practical Measurements, A. W. Siddons, 415 Premier Congrhs Fran^ais du Froid, Lyons, 222 Railway Maximum Rates and Charges, M. B.
  • Cotsworth, 81
  • Railway Traders’ Guide, G. B. Sissenden, 651 Railways, Our Home, W. J. Gordon, 651 Road Engineering, Practical, for the New
  • Traffic Requirements, H. P. Boulnois, 651 Road-making, The Art of, Harwood Frost, 651 Rock Drills, E. M. Weston, 675 Scientific and Learned Societies of Great
  • Britain and Ireland, 1911, Year-book of, 651 Scientific Research, Scheme for the Promotion of, W. B. Priest, 81
  • Sell’s World’s Press, 1910, 81
  • Sewage Disposal, L. P. Kinnicutt, C. E. A. Winslow, and R. W. Pratt, 567
  • Sewage Disposal, Preliminary Processes of, A. J. Martin, 81
  • Sewage Disposal Works: Their Design and
  • Construction, W. C. Easdale, 547 Shaft Sinking, Practical, F. Donaldson, .675 Sling, The, W. Leighton Jordan, 363 Society of Engineers, Transactions for 1909, and
  • Index, 1857-1909, 547
  • Solenoids Electro-magnets and Eiectro-magnet Windings, C. R. Underhill, 447
  • South Africa, The Guide to, A. S. Brown and G. G. Brown, 661
  • South America, Great States of, &c., C. W.
  • Domville-Fife, 567
  • South Wales Coal Annual, 1911, J. Davies and C. P. Hailey, 691
  • South Wales Coal and Iron Companies, May, 1910, 363
  • Spon’s Workshop Receipts, 81
  • Standard Specifications, J. C. Ostrup, 691 Statik des Fluges, S. Buchalo, 173 Steam Engine Indicator, F. R. Low, 447 Steam Turbine, Theory of the, A. Jude, 81 Steam Turbines, their Design and Construction,
  • Rankin Kennedy, 651
  • Steamships, Story of their Development, R. A. Fletcher, 363
  • Steel, Composition and Heat Treatment of, E. F. Lake, 567
  • Submarines of the World’s Navies, C. W. Dom- ville-Fife, 201
  • Tables for Transition Curves, E. H. Rigby and W. M, Bergin, 363
  • Technical Press Index, January, 1908—July, 1909, 72
  • Technischer Fuhrer Durch Wien, Mg. Dr. Martin Paul, 81
  • Telegraphic Transmission of Photographs, T.
  • Thorne Baker, 81
  • Teoria e Pratica della Costrnzlone dei Ponti, &c., A. F. Jorini, 591
  • Testing of Materials of Construction, W. C. Unwin, 72
  • Transportation in Europe, L, G. McPherson, 651
  • University of Bristol, Calendar, 447 Valuation of Real Property, C. A. Webb, 547 Versuche mit Eisenbeton-Saulen, Rudeloff, 517
  • Water Supply, The Geology of, ward, 547
  • Waterways in Eastern Bengal C. H. White, 547
  • What Becomes of the Sunlight and Heat Absorbed by the Earth, J. D. Roots, 567
  • Who’s Who, 1911, 651
  • Windmills and Wind Motors, F, E. Powell, 415
  • Working Costs on the Rand, Reduction of, 173
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1906, A. Parsons and R. Allen, 567
  • Writers’ and Artists’ Year-book, 1911, 651
  • LLOYD’S Register—sec Ships
  • Loch Arklet—see Glasgow
  • Lock-and-Block, 690, 694, 699
  • Lock Nut, Bevan, 297
  • Locomotives—see also Railway Locomotives
  • Locomotives, Road, at Liverpool, 8
  • Longridge’s Report, Mr. Michael, 251
  • Lubricator, Semi-automatic Drip-feed, Best and Lloyd,123
  • Luxometer, Everett, Edgeumbe and Co., 668
  • Luxury and Engineering, 362

Machine Tools:

  • Boring and Facing Machine at Eastleigh, Clifton and Waddell, 88
  • Cunliffe and Croom’s Miller and Planer, 274
  • Drilling Machines and Accessories, Jones, Pollard and Shipman, 326, 332
  • and Boring Machine, Universal, Buckton, 114, 116
  • Machine, High-speed Sensitive, for Instrument Work, 330
  • Machine, Jost et Cie., 330, 332
  • Machine, Portable, Alexander Engineering Company, 9
  • Machine, Sensitive, H. W. Ward, 299. 300
  • and Shaping Machines, J. H. Storey, 328, 329
  • and Tapping Machine, Loudon Brothers, 604
  • Drummond-Barreto Universal Machine Tool, 272, 273 {SupplemGKt^ Septeviber 9z/t, 1910)
  • Forging Machine, Horsfall, Greenwood and Batley, 258
  • Gear-cutting Machine, Large Double-headed, Kearns, 49
  • Gear Shaper, Sunderland, J. Parkinson and Son, 300, 301, 302, 304
  • Grinding Machine, Automatic Twist Drill, Barton Griffiths, 299
  • Hammer for Hollow Ware Stamping, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 552
  • Herbert, Alfred, Machine Tools at Olympia, 326
  • High-speed Tools and Machines to Fit Them, 11. I. Brackenbury, 136
  • Involute Tooth-shaping Machines—see Gear Shaper, Sunderland
  • Lathe, Double-bedded Turbine, G. and A. Harvey, 151
  • Drilling Attachment for, Lodge and Shipley Company, 580
  • Gridley Automatic, Craven Brothers, 500
  • High-speed Wheel, Loudon, 124
  • The “ Mascot,” Colchester Lathe Company, 329
  • Work, Automatic, P. V. Vernon, 553
  • Lathes, 4in. and 5Jin. Centres Wire Feed Capstan, H. W. Ward, 300
  • Large, for Locomotive Work at Eastleigh, G. and A. Harvey, 56
  • and Milling Machine at Eastleigh, Wm. Muir, 86
  • Planing Machine and Slotting Machine at Eastleigh, T. Shanks, 86
  • Treadle, Britannia Engineering Company, 9
  • Two Historical, R. Roberts, 430, 431 Two Large Double-bedded, Hulse and Co., 356, 357
  • Lumsden Machine Company’s Heavy Tool Grinder, 274 {Supplement, September 9ZA, 1910)
  • Machine Tools at Buenos Aires Exhibition, 265, 376
  • Machine Tools at Manchester Exhibition, 464
  • Machine Tools at Olympia Engineering Exhibition, 272, 297, 304, 325, 332 (Supplement, September 9^/i, 1910)
  • Machine Tools at Saraing—see Works
  • Milling Cutter, Anderson’s, S. Osborn, 330
  • Milling Machine, All-gear, H. W. Ward and Co., 299, 300
  • Milling Machine, Profile, J. Parkinson, 327
  • Milling and Slotting Machine, Smith Slotting Machine Company, 302
  • Motor Car Hub Stamping Press, Large, Taylor and Challen, 257
  • Motor-driven Machine Tools, Charles Fair, 208 Piat Hydro-Electric Riveter, J. Marse and Co., 272
  • Pipe-screwing Machine, Joshua Heap, 70
  • Planing Machine, Chain-driven Open-side, George Richards, 521
  • Plate-bending Rolls, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, 22
  • Reinecker Gear Planing and Milling Machines, PfeUand Co,, 272 (Supplement, September 9zZt,
  • Riveter, Pneumatic Compression, Hanna, 701
  • Saw, Motor-driven Hot, Davy Bros., 232
  • Sawing Machines, Single, Multiple, Girder, and Shaping, Burton, Griffiths, and Co., 298, 299
  • Screw-cutting Lathes, Britannia Engineering Company, 329
  • Shaping Machine, Portable, Alexander Engineering Company, 328
  • Shearing, Cropping, and Punching Machine, R. Becker, 329
  • Shearing and Punching Machines, Henry Pels, 325
  • Shears, Hydraulic Plate, Davy Brothers. 576, 577
  • Survey of India, Machine Tools and Instruments for, 348, 380
  • Tools at the Eastleigh Locomotive Works, 86
  • Turning and Milling Machine, 15ft., J. Hetherington and Sons, 628
  • Whitcomb-Blaidell Latheand Clutches, Burton Griffiths, 326, 328
  • Wolfensberger’s Universal Table for Drilling and Milling Machines, William Asquith, 325
  • MACHINERY Construction and Technical Education, 200
  • Machinery .and Equipment on the Panama Canal Works, 159, 220
  • Manchester’s Atmosphere, 674
  • Manganese—see Iron and Steel
  • Manufacturing Operations and Dust—sec Dust Mathematical Instrument Office of the Survey of India, 348, 360, 377
  • Maximum Economy, &c.—see Locomotives Mechanicals and Metallurgy, 674
  • Mechanics, Applied, at International Congress at Dusseldorf, 43
  • Metal-cuttiog by Oxy-Acetylene Blow-pipe, 326
  • Metals, Apparatus for Measuring Fatigue, Professor J. H, Smith, 381
  • Metals, Experiments on Fatigue of, Professor J. H. Smith, 381
  • Metal Statistics, The World’s, 7
  • Metallurgy Section of International Congress at Dusseldorf, 43
  • Meteorological Apparatus, Negretti and Zambra, 668
  • Meter, Steam, Schaffer and Budenberg, 420 Michel Thrust Bearing, Broom and Wade, 274 Micromanometer, Schultze, 134
  • Micrometer Callipers, Schaffer and Budenberg, 205 Military Matters—see War Matters
  • Mill, Grain Grinding, “Sirdar,” E. R. and F. Turner, 620
  • Milligan, J. L., on the Structural Engineering of
  • Motor Cars, 643
  • Milling Machines—see Machine Tools

Mines and Mining News:

  • Accidents, 2
  • Dusseldorf, International Congress of Mining and Metallurgy, 12, 43
  • Electricity and Mine Accidents, 442 Nicaragua, Mining Prospects in, 185
  • MINERAL Statistics, Our, 622
  • Mixing Plant, Chicago Cube, at Panama, 353
  • Moore, G. E., on Rolled “ H ” Beams, 355. 368
  • Morison, D. B., on Economical Working of Reciprocating Marine Engines, &c.,605, 606, 679

Motor Vehicles and all Matters, Relating* thereto:

  • Agricultural Motor Trials—.see Royal Agricultural Society
  • Argyll Engine and Chassis, 512, 516
  • Arrol-Johnston Four-cylinder Engine and Car, 514, 550
  • Boats—see Ships
  • Crossley Car, Carburetter, Brake, &c., at
  • Olympia, 485
  • Development of the Self-propelled Vehicle, F. W. Lanchester, 449
  • Humber Engine, 513
  • Ivel Agricultural Motor, 192
  • Knight Daimler Engine, 513
  • McLaren’s 6-Ton Compound Agricultural Steam Engine, 704
  • Motor Cars, Engines and Details, at Olympia, 484, 512, 516, 550
  • Motor Wagons and Engines at Liverpool, 8 New Engine Company’s Motor Car Spring
  • Arrangement with Safety Rods, 485
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Trials of Agricultural Motors, 164, 192, 704
  • Saunders and Gifkins’ Universal Motor, 192,194 Segmer.t Detachi^^le Motor Car Rim, 472 Sheffield-Simplex Motor Car Engine and Details,
  • 512
  • Structural Engineering of Motor Cars, J. L. Milligan, 648
  • Thornycrofc Chassis, 513
  • Wolseley Chassis and Engine, 513, 516
  • NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY
  • (missing lines)
  • Notbohm-Eigemann Safety Apparatus for Winding Engines, 474

Obituary:

  • Barr, James, 142
  • Brerecon, Cuthbert Arthur, 309
  • Byng, Gustav, 591
  • Cox, Harry W., 70
  • Deas, James, 418
  • Flett, George, 114, 142
  • Guttmann, Oscar, 142
  • Jordan, Robert, 643
  • McCrea h, James, 549
  • Martin, Edward Pritchard, 363
  • Masaru Enouye, Viscount, 165
  • Matthews, James, 336
  • Meik, Patrick Walter, 70
  • Meldrum, James, 691
  • Riley, James, 97
  • Robinson, Sir Clifton, 519
  • Rolls, Charles Stewart, 69
  • Scotter, Sir Charles (Portrait), 643
  • Sisling, W. B., 165
  • Tullis, James Thomson, 474
  • Whitwell, William, 336
  • Wolf, Herr Rudolf, 591
  • OILS, Heavy, 575 ; (Letter), 567
  • Oil-testing Machine, Thurston, 19
  • Ordnance—see War Material
  • Oxy-acetylene Cutting at Quebec Bridge, 532 (Correction), 646
  • Ozone Generators, Ozonair, Limited, 325
  • PAGET, C. W., on English Running-shed Practice, 125
  • Paint Films, Permeability of, H. A. Gardner, 579
  • Paisley Gasworks Extensions, 693
  • Panama—see Canal
  • Paris, Inundation Works in, 61
  • Paris Metropolitan Tunnels, 496
  • Patent Laws, To Investigate, 450 Patents, Compulsory Working of, 548
  • Patents, International Working of, 42 ; (Letter), 73, 98

Patent Specifications, British and American:

  • Aeronautics, 28,158, 263, 480, 684
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 529, 683 Cranes and Conveyors, 290, 374, 479, 612, 638 Dynamos and Motors, 53, 78, 101, 129, 157, 183, 212, 237, 263, 289, 317, 345. 399, 425, 453, 504, 557, 585, 611, 637, 659, 660, 683, 707
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 63 78, 101, 102, 129, 157, 183, 184, 211, 238, 263, 317, 345, 373 .399, 425, 453, 454. 479, 504, 558. 585, 612, 637, 659, 660, 683, 707
  • Engines, Steam, 28. 53, 54. 77, 130, 157, 184, 211, 212, 237, 238, 263, 289, 317, 346, 374, 426, 529, 557, 685, 611, 707
  • Gas Producers, 129, 318, 503, 585, 611, 683 Hydraulics, 680
  • Lighting and Heating, 78, 158, 184, 318, 374, 479, 686 659, 708
  • Locomotives, 264. 400, 425, 638, 684
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 28, 54, 78, 102, 130, 158, 184, 237, 263, 318. 346, 374, 400, 426, 504, 530, 586, 612, 638, 660, 684, 708
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 27, 102, 374. 426, 530, 612, 638, 680, 707
  • Mines and Metals, 28, 78, 264, 317, 346, 454, 660
  • Miscellaneous, 28, 54, 78, 158, 212, 238, 264, 290, 318 346, 374, 400, 426, 480, 504, 530, 558, 586, 612, 638 684, 708
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 27, 183, 263, 264, 290, 318, 345, 373, 504, 529, 586, 637
  • Ordnance and Armour, 28, 168, 212, 454 Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 54, 78, 212, 318, 345. 454, 503, 558. 586, 708
  • Ships and Boats, 130, 158, 212, 346, 373, 558. 638
  • Steam Generators, 28, 64, 77, 129, 157, 211, 318 345, 346, 373, 374, 3^9, 400, 480, 503. 586, 611, 637, 683. 707
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  • PHOTOMETER, Portable, Trotter, 668 707
  • Physical Apparatus, 666
  • Pipe-screwing Machine, Joshua Heap, 70 707
  • Planing Machines—see Machine Tools 707
  • Plate-bending—see Machine Tools 707
  • Ploughing Machinery at Liverpool, 8
  • Pomeroy, L. R., on Electrification of Trunk Lines, 161
  • Ports—see Harbours Post-office—see General
  • Potter, W. B., on Economies of Railway Electrification, 161
  • Progress of Warships—see Ships, Naval Matters Propellers—see Ships
  • Protection, Foreshore, 71 Public Slaughter-houses, 539

Pumps:

  • Boiler Feed, Isaac Storey, 206 707
  • Centrifugal Ejector Air Pump and Condenser, Rees Roturbo Company, 594
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Gas or Motor-driven, Hayward-Tyler, 96
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Influence of Form of Blades in, Professor M. F. Fitzgerald, 685
  • Davidson Independent Boiler Feed, W. H. Bailey, 72
  • Gas, for Chingford Reservoir, Humphrey, 514 707
  • Gwynne’s Pumps for Brazil Floating Dock, 93 707
  • High-lift Centrifugal Pump, Holden and Brooke, 312; (Letters), 340, 367, 393,422, 447, 473, 498, 522, 551, 566, 596, 631, 655
  • Pumps at Buenos Aires Exhibition, 265 707
  • Humphrey Pumps, 514, 549 707
  • Lamplough’s Rotary Pump, 298
  • Pumps at Oiympia Exhibition, Gwynne, 324 707
  • Pumps, Sewage, at Richmond, Crossley, Worthington, &c.. 36, 62, 66
  • Single-stage Centrifugal, Hathorn, Davey and Company, 208
  • Turbine-driven Boiler Feed Pump, Worthington, 297
  • PYROMETER, Robert W. Paul, 323
  • QUAYS—see Harbours 707
  • Quebec Bridge—see Bridges
  • RAILS—see Railways

Railways and Railway Matters, General:

  • Automatic Signalling, 674 707
  • Bridges, Strengthening of, 60—.see also 707
  • Bridges Channel Tunnel, 105
  • Concrete Sleepers, 60
  • Copper and Steel for Railway Supplies, Exhibits at Buenos Aires, 265
  • Couplers at Buenos Aires Exhibition, 291 Economies of Railway Electrification, W. B. Potter, 161
  • Electric Traversing Table for Terminus, S. H. Heywood, 152
  • Electrically-propelled Suburban Trains, Cost of, H. M. Hobart, 161
  • Electrification of Railways, G. Westinghouse, 161,179 ,
  • Electrification of Suburban Railways, F. W. Carter, 161
  • Electrification of Trunk Lines. L. R. Pomeroy, 161
  • Graphical Determination of Moments of Inertia, Captain C. E. P. Sankey, 57
  • Handling of Perishable Goods, J. M. Culp, 191
  • Inspection Car, Paraffin-engined, C. Price and Son 678
  • International Railway Congress, 34, 60, 80, 105, 117, 147, 189, 306
  • Junctions and Swing Bridges, 149
  • Light Railways, 67
  • Lighting Systems for Railways, Exhibits at Buenos A^res Exhibition, 348
  • Lock-and-Block, 690, 694 699
  • Metre Gauge Railways, 199
  • Motor Vehicles for Railways, 190
  • Power Economy in Electric Railway Operation, 367
  • Rail Joints, Becherer-Kulittel Lapped Joint, M»laun Joint, &c., 34
  • Railway Arbitration, 388
  • Railway Congress—and After, 117
  • Railway Half-year, 207
  • Railways and Manufacturers, 361
  • Railways and Waterways, 148
  • Railways of the World, 114
  • Safety Appliances, Railway Employment, 342
  • Signalling. Webb and Thompson Electric Block Interlocking System, at Buenos Aires Exhibition, 319
  • Statistics, 80
  • Strikes—see Labour
  • Switches and Signals, 105
  • Train Resistance, Lawford H. Fry, 113
  • Transhipment of Goods, C. de Burlet, 190 Tunnels, Long Railway, 105
  • Way and Works, 60
  • Working of Railways, 61
  • Works—see Works

Railways and Railway Matters, British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Accidents, British Railway, during 1909, 151 British Railways, Some Facts and a Few Problems, Professor W. E. Daiby, 259, 281, 285, 494
  • Canada, National Trans-continental Railway of, 484
  • Cardiff Railway—see Bridges
  • Collision at Willesden Junction, 619; (Letter), 631
  • Gai way as a Transatlantic Port, 498
  • Great Northern Railway, Diamond Jubilee, 168 Great Northern Railway, Reconstruction of Radcliffe Viaduct, 692
  • Great Western Railway and Birmingham, 49
  • Great Western Railway {Twenty-four-page Supplement. Two Eight-page Supplements, and Two-page Supplement, December IQlk, 1910)
  • India, Diversity of Railway Gauges in, 225 Irish Railway Accident, 93, 334. 338
  • Irish Railway Commission, 118, 141, 146, 160, 468
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Accident at Victoria, 410
  • Machrianish Light Railway Accident, 410 Midland Railway Accident, 690, 694, 699 Midland Railway and Bradford, 498
  • New South Wales Raalways and Tramways, 432 Otira Tunnel, New Zealand, 395
  • Summer Train Service, 11, 35

Railways and Railway Matters, Foreign:

  • Accidents, American Railway, 341, 628 American Locomotive Terminals, W. Forsyth, 110
  • Benguella Railway, 678
  • Cauca Railway, 79
  • Detroit River Tunnel, 168
  • German Railways, Electrification of, 394 Honduras, Proposed Railway, 132 Nicaraguan Railway, 457
  • Paraguay Railway and Rolling Stock, 613 Paris Metropolitan Railway, 3 Paris Metropolitan Tunnels, 496 Pennsylvania New Terminal, New York, 284 Persian Railway Scheme, 575
  • Railway Progress of Buenos Aires, 241

Railway Locomotives: General:

  • Boiler Improvements, 80
  • Brussels Exhibition, Locomotives at, 226, 416, 614
  • Buenos Aires Exhibition, Locomotives at, 241, 348, 376
  • Crampton Locomotives, 10
  • Cylinder Problem in Locomotives, A New Solution, 566
  • Eight-Ton Crane Locomotive, Andrew Barclay, 203
  • Electric Locomotive at Carville Generating Station, 364
  • Engine-house Practice, F. H, Clark, 109
  • Euglish Running-shed Practice, C. W. Paget, 125
  • Fire-box, Jacobs-Shupert Stayless Locomotive, 520
  • Gooch’s Express Locomotives, 649
  • Handling Eogines, H. H. Vaughan, 110
  • Handling Locomotives at Terminals, F. M. Whyte. 109
  • Kitson Rack and Adhesion Locomotive at Buenos Aires Exhibition and on Transandine Railway, 348
  • Last 7ft. Gauge Engine, Prince Albert, R. B. Longrirtge, 642
  • Links in the History of the Locomotive, 564 Locomotive Coal Expenditure, 334 Locomotive Power, 494
  • Locomotives of Maximum Economy, 306, 414 ; (Letters), 340, 367, 393, 422, 446, 472, 522, 551
  • Locomotives and Rolling Stock at Buenos Aires Exhibition, 265
  • Locomotives and Rolling Stock for Narrow- gauge Railways, Moriz Jesser, 190. 306
  • Passenger Tank Engines, 186, 187, 336, 666 Reid-Ramsay Turbo-electric Locomotive, 44, 45 Standardisation of Locomotives in India, Cyril Hitchcock, 456, 468, 475 ; (Letter), 511
  • Steam Locomotives for High Speeds, W. Gar- stang, 189
  • Steam Sanding Apparatus for Locomotives, Gresham and Craven, 205
  • Steel in Locomotive and Rolling Stock Construction, 35
  • Superheater, Cascade, 416
  • Superheater, Montchouil’s, of 1847, 417 Testing a Stayless Locomotive Fire-box, Jacobs- Shupei’t, 520
  • Washing Out Locomotive Boilers, 125
  • Works—see Works

Railway Locomotives: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Mallet Banking Engines, 254
  • George the Fifth, L. and N.W.R. Superheater Locomotive, 394
  • Great Eastern Railway Four-coupled lank Engine, 666
  • Great Western Railway Four-cylinder Six- coupled Passenger Engine {Tuo-page Supple- ment, December 1910)
  • Great Western Railway Locomotives Twenty- four-page Supplement, December lO^A,
  • Great Western Railway Passenger (Great Bear) and Goods Engine^ {Diglit-page Supph- ment, December 1910)
  • London and North-Western Superheater Locomotives, 394 ,
  • London and North-Western Railway lank Engines, 336
  • London and South-Western Railway Tank Engine, 186, 187 .
  • North British Locomotive Company s Engine at Buenos Aires, 376 .
  • North Staffordshire Railway Express Engines, 592, 593
  • South-Eastern Locomotive Rebuilt to Crampton’s Design, 10

Railway Locomotives: Foreign:

  • Bavarian State Railways, Compound Superheater Locomotive, 614 {Tv'o-page SupplemeiU, ' December 1910)
  • Belgian State Railways, Ten-coupled Goods Engine, 226
  • Chemin de Fer de l’Est Engine with Cascade Superheater, 416
  • Chemin de Fer du Midi “Pacific” Type Passenger Express Engine. 311 .
  • Chemin de Fer du Nerd Locomotive with Twincylinder Arrangement, 566
  • Chemin de Fer du Noid Locomotive with Water-tube Fire-box, 488
  • Lagos Railway Nor hern Extension, 202 Locomotives on Panama Canal Works, 242 Locomotives and Railway Rolling Stock at Buenos Aires Exhibition, 241
  • Locomotive Water-tube Fire-box, Chemin de Fer du Nord, 488 .
  • Natal Government Railways Tank Engine, 19U New York Tunnel Service Locomotive, 148 Shanghai-Nanking Locomotive and Tender,
  • Kerr, Stuart and Company, 121, 122 Soudan Government Railways Express E-’gine,
  • 95 {Tu'O‘page Supplement, July ‘22nd, 1910)
  • South Manchuria Railway Eight-coupled Locomotive, Beyer, Peacock, 70
  • State Management of Railways in France, 19b
  • RECORDER, CO^, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 667
  • Recorder, Integrating, Lea Recorder Company, 328
  • Refrigerating Machine, Ammonia Absorption, Ransomes and Rapier, 602
  • Reinforced Concrete, 278 ; (Letter), 566 Reservoir, Covered Service, at Ambergate, 641 Resuscitation of Secondary Armaments, 518 Richmond Sewers—see Sewers
  • Rifle Shooting, 92
  • Rivet Heads, Apparatus for Cutting off, Markham, 382
  • Riveting Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Road Board, 579
  • Road Improvement, 99
  • Rock Drill. Warsop Petrol, 365
  • Rolling Mills and Engines at Seraing, 670, 6/2
  • Rolling Mills, Power in, 413
  • Rolling Mill, Three-high, Brightside Foundry
  • and Engineering Company, 202
  • Rotterdam Armoured Concrete Viaduct, 257, 27o
  • Rowley, S. H., on Involute Cut Gearing, 595
  • Royal Agricultural Society—see Exhibitions and also Motor Vehicles
  • SAFETY Apparatus for Winding Engines—see Engines
  • Saint Andrew’s Rapids Dam, H. P, Borden, 13J, 166, 170, 188, 310
  • Saiuberlich, Dircktor, on Marine Diesel Motors, 590
  • Salt Bath Hardening Furnace, S. N. Brayshaw, 421
  • Sanding Apparatus, Steam, for Locomotives, Gresham and Craven, 205 .
  • Sankey, Captain C. E. P., on Graphical Determination of Moments of Inertia, 57
  • Saw, Wad kin’s Band, Surfacing Machine, and Vice, 273, 274
  • Saws—see also Machine Tools
  • Scherbius Motor Regulation System, 380 ; (Letter), 551
  • Schultze Micromanometer, 134
  • Schuurman, J. J- E., on Utdisation of Electric
  • Power in the Iron and Steel Industry, 380 Scientific Error and Gas Engine Des gn, 6z5 Scott, A. A. H., on British Aluminium Company’s Works at Kinlochieven, 98 Screening Plants—see Coal, &c. Screwing Machines—see Machine Tools Sewage Works, Glasgow, Travelling Dredger
  • Elevator, W. D. Hamilton, 84
  • Sewers and Sewage Pumps at Richmond, Sewage
  • Screen Clearing Mechanism, 36, 62, 66 Shaping Machines—see Machine Tools Shaw, J. C.. on the Impulse and Reaction Turbine for Marine Purposes, 243
  • Shearing Machines—see Machine Tools Sheep-shearing Apparatus, Wolseley Sheep
  • shearing Machine Company, 9, Sheep-shearing Machine, R. A. Lister, 9

Ships and Shipbuilding, General:

  • Helical Gears for Steering Apparatus of the New White Star Liners, Andr»“ Citroen and Company, 445
  • Increasing Size of Steamships, 146
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 438
  • Lock-out—see Labour
  • Motor Boat Propulsion, 455, 482
  • Paddle Steamer, Passing of the, 296; (Letters), 340, 367, 393. 422, 473, 499, 5il, 551. 567
  • Propeller Corrosion, 252; (Lecters), 340, 367, 393. 422 .
  • Propulsive Horse-power of Great Ships, 650 ,
  • Refitting a Propeller without Docking, 632 ; (Letter), G. F Bird, 655
  • Ships and Shipbuilding, General (continued):
  • Scottish Shipbuilding, Nino Months’, 392
  • Screw Propeller Dimensions, 107
  • Ships, Growth of, 600
  • Shipbuilding Orders, New, 448
  • Shipbuilding, Rules for, A. R. Liddell, 429
  • Ships’ Deck Machinery, Photographs and Models of, Clarke-Chapman, 301, 302
  • Stability Models and Tables, A. R. Liddell. 215 Steering Recorder, Russell-Rankin, 297, 324 Strikes—see Labour
  • Superheating on the s.s. Lugue. 538, 570
  • Tanks, Experimental—see Tanks

Ships and Shipbuilding, British Navy:

  • A1, H.M. Submarine, Explosion. 173
  • Blanche, H.M.S., Speed Trials, 310
  • British and German Armoured Cruisers, 483 (Tw0-pcige Supplement^ November ^tk. 1910)
  • Clyde-built Cruisers and Destroyers, 72 342
  • DI, H.M. Submarine, Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy, 342
  • Gloucester, H.M. Cruiser, Speed Trials, 176 Invincible, H.M. Armoured Cruiser, 483 {Tu-o- page Supplement, November 4th., 1910)
  • Lion, H.M. Cruiser, 168
  • Neptune and Orion, H.M. Battleships, 230
  • Rattlesnake, H. M. Destroyer, 85
  • Submarine Al, Explosion, 173
  • Submarine D1 Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy 342
  • Weymouth, H.M. Second-class Cruiser, Launch of, 578

Ships and Shipbuilding, Naval Matters:

  • Armament of Battleships, 15, 599, 633, 652 Building of the New Canadian Navy, 665 Destroyer Model with White-Forster Watertube Boilers. Babcock and Wilco r, 297
  • England and Germany, Capital Ships of, 691, 697
  • Greater Dreadnoughts, 68
  • Heavy Naval Ordnance, 171
  • Resuscitation of Secondary Armament, 518 Submarine Wireless Telegraphy, 342
  • Warship Building on the Clyde, 72, 342, 351 Warships and Machinery under Construction in England, Progress of, 17
  • Warship Models at Olympia, 297

Ships and Shipbuilding, Foreign Navies:

  • Brazilian Battleship Rio de Janeiro, 93
  • Brazilian Destroyer Sergipe, 70
  • Foreign Warship Contracts, Competition for, 251
  • French Destroyers, Influence of Depth on Speed of, 427
  • French Submarines and Submersibles, 147, 222 German Cruisers Blucher and Von der Tann, 483 {Two-page Supplement. November 4th, 1910)
  • German Cruisers, Large, 483 {Two-page Supplement, November 4th, 1910)
  • Naval Work for the Clyde, 678
  • Salving of the United States Battleship Maine, 497

Ships and Shipbuilding, Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • Bibby Liner Gloucestershire, Harland and Wolff, 461
  • Clyde and the Coming Cunarders, 632
  • Clyde Shipbuilding. 150, 257, 342
  • Cunard Steamship Franconia, Launch, 114,140, 144
  • Cunarder, The New, 642
  • Evaporator Explosion on s.s. Anglo-Saxon, 178
  • Fishing Beats, Marine Motors for, 489
  • French Atlantic Liner France, 417
  • George V. Single-screw Tug, Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth and Co.. 652 653
  • Lien-Ching, Twin-screw Yacht, 383, 384
  • London and South-Western Railway Company’s Turbine Steamer Sarnia, 61
  • Motor Passenger Boat for Baghdad, J. I. Thornycroft, 548
  • Mountaineer, Paddle-wheel Steamer, Haystack Boiler for, A. and J. Inglis. 95
  • Paddle Steamer Doebess of Richmond, D. and W. Henderson, 284
  • Skimming Boats, Miranda IV. and Zigerella, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 58
  • Snaefell Bi iler Explosion—see Boilers
  • Taiwan Steamship Propeller Refitted without Dockirg, 632
  • Turbine Cross-Channel Steamer Cmsarea, Cammell, Ldrd and Co., 358
  • Weeroona Paddle Steamer, A. and J. Inglis, 629
  • White Star Liners Olympic and Titanic, 38, 40, 196, 351, 433, 445 462 (Foxir-page Supplement, October 21st, 1910 ; Tivo-page Supplement, October 2^th, 1910)
  • SHIPYARDS—see Works
  • Shovels, Sceam, Bucyrus and Marion, at Panama, 159
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Signalling—see Railways i
  • Silicon—.see Iron and Steel
  • Slaughter-houses, Public, 539
  • Smith, Professor J. H., on Experiments on : Fatigue of Metals ; Apparatus for Measuring Fatigue, 381 i
  • Smith, Professor R. H., on Japanese Industries at the Japanese-British Exhibition, 103, 253; (Letter), 286
  • Smith, Professor R, H., on Revision of the Steam Laws, 218; (Letter), 258
  • Societies—see Associations, &c.
  • South America—see Engineering
  • Stability Models and Tables, A. R. Liddell, 215
  • Stamping Presses—see Machine Tools
  • Stanchions Carrying Excentric Loads, E. G. Beck, 601
  • State-aided Industries, 16
  • Stations—see Railways
  • Statistics—see Railways
  • Steam Chest—see Boilers
  • Steam Jacketing, Internal, 118 j
  • Steam Laws, Revision of the, R. H. Smith, 218 ; I (Letter), 258 '
  • Steam Meter, Schaffer and Budenberg, 420 I
  • Steam Tractors—see Tractors '
  • Steam Traps and Valves at Manchester Exhibition, 464
  • Steel—6'cc Iron and Steel !
  • Steering Appa’-atus—see Ships ,
  • Sterilisation of Water, 542 |
  • Steven, J. D., on Tooth Gearing, 137, 153 j
  • Stone-breaking Machinery at Liverpool, 9
  • Street Lighting, Haydn T. Harrison, 605
  • Strikes—sec Labour
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on Management of Boiler Furnaces, 574
  • Stromeynr, C. E , on Corrosion, 550
  • Stumpf, Pr^-fessor, on the Further Development of the Uni-fl.jw Steam Engine, 575
  • Suction Gas Electric Lighting Sets, 324
  • “Sunrob” Portable Light, 377
  • Superheater for Traction and Ploughing Engines, John Fowler and Co,, 620
  • Superheaters at Liverpool, R. Garrett, 9
  • Superheaters, Locomotive—see Locomotives
  • Superheating, A Case of Marine, 538, 570; (Letters), 596 631, 655, 677
  • Superheating in the Past, 516, 608 ; (Letters), 596, 631, 655
  • Superphosphate of Lime, Plantfor Production of, C. von Grueber, 645
  • Survey of India—see India
  • T-SQUARE Lock, W. J. Brooks, 232
  • Tank, Experimental, at the National Physical Laboratory, 664, 565
  • Target, Rose’s Recording, 603
  • Tarless Coke. 230
  • Tasmanian Water-power, 496
  • Teeih. Involute, 262
  • Telephone Exchange at Glasgow, 207
  • Telephone Wires, Underground, 315
  • Telewriter, The, 48
  • Temr»erature Recorders and Regulators, Mellin, 323
  • Temperature Regulator, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company. 330
  • Temperature Scales Conversion. Simplified Formula for, M. E. J. Ghfcury. 32
  • Tenoning Machine, Thomas Robinson, 273 (Sup- pUmetU, Septeniber 9^7t, 1910)
  • Test of a Petrol Engine—.see Engines
  • Testing Instruments—sec also Electrical Matters
  • Testing Machine for Yarns and Tnreads, J, R. G. Briercliffrt, 656
  • Testing and Recording Instruments for Indian
  • Survey, 348, 360. 377
  • Testing a Stayless Locomotive Fire-box, Jacobs- Shupert, 520
  • Theodolites at Indian Survey Office, 348, 360, 377
  • Theory and Practice, Arthur Bowes, 233
  • Thermometer Indicator, Plarris Resistance, 323
  • Thermostat—see Temperature Regulator Thrashing Machines, Extractor for, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 8
  • Tires for Carriages, Locomotives, ^c., at Buenos Aires, 376
  • Traction Engines, Tractors, and Wagons at Liverpool, 8
  • Tractor, J. and H. McLaren, 193
  • Tractor, The Mann, 193
  • Tractor, Steam, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 620
  • Tractor with Superheater, J. and H. McLaren, 621
  • Tractor, The Wallis, 193
  • Tractors, Oil and Steam, Marshall, 621
  • Tractors, Royal Agricultural Society’s Trials, 164, 192
  • Tractors and Traction Engines at Smithfield, 620
  • Trade Revival, 419
  • Trafalgar, Anniversary of the Battle of, 446
  • Tramcar Lay Out at Leeds, Edgar Allen, 497
  • Tramways, New South Wales Railways and, 432
  • Transporter, Temperley Patent Grab, 291
  • Transporter, Travelling and Slewing Tower, Appleby. 14, 19
  • Traversing Tables—see Railways
  • Trinity House Automatic Flashing Light. 676
  • Tube Mill, Dry Grinding, G. Oxley and Sons, 525
  • Tunnels—see Railways
  • Turbine Blowers, Motor-driven, Hodges, 20 ; (Erratum), 41
  • Turbine, Condenser and Pumps at Carville Generating Station, 365
  • Turbine Electric Locomotive—see Railway Locomotives
  • Turbine, Impulse and Reaction, for Marine Purposes, J. C Shaw, 243
  • Turbine, The Modern Parsons, 524
  • Turbine Trials, Comparative, 442
  • Turbine Troubles, 431
  • Turbines, Blade Proportioning, E. R. Briggs, 335, 347; (Letter), 422
  • Turbines, Steam, Franco Tosi, 82, 90
  • Turner, Professor T., and A. Hague on the Influence ot Silicon on Pure Cast Iron, 379
  • Turning Machines—see Machine Tools
  • UNDERGROUND Telephone Wires, 315
  • VALVE Control Gear, Westinghouse Electric
  • Pneumatic Sjstem, 94
  • Van der Meerseh, A., on Cribbing for Small Spans from the Top of Piera. 435
  • Velocity of the Circulating Water in Surface Condensers, R. M Neilson, 269
  • Venturi Meter Chamber for Portsmouth Waterworks, 392
  • Vernon, P. V., on Automatic Lathe Work, 553
  • Viaduct, Armoured Concrete, at Rotterdam, 267, 276
  • Viaducts, Old and New Radcliffe, Great Northern Railway, 692
  • WAGONS, All-steel Self-discharging, Leeds Forge Company, 255
  • Wagons, Steam and Petrol, at Liverpool, 8

War Matters and War Materials:

  • Automobile Gun for Balloon Destruction, 107
  • Brizauz Shrapnel, 296
  • Design and Construction of Artillery Wheels, 5
  • “ Energy Car,” 106
  • Eroi-ion of Guns, 68, 415, 421; (Letter), 98
  • Explosives, Cartridge Cases, &c., 107
  • Field Gun with Deport Compressed Air Buffer, 107
  • Field Searchlight, 106
  • Gears, Helical Cut, for Gun Mountings, &c., Ren< Ryziger, 108
  • German Ballo< n Guns and Projectiles, 294
  • Gun, Armour Plate, and Ammunition Factories at Seraing, 670
  • Heavy Naval Ordnance, 171
  • Machine Guns, 106
  • Military Exhibits at Brussels, 106
  • Military Wagons, 106
  • Naval Ordnance in England and Germany, 691, 697
  • Pendulum Testing Machine, Charpy System,
  • Rifle Shooting, 92
  • Ships—see Ships
  • WATER-CLOSET, Downton’s “Midget,” 298 Water, Flow of, in Curved Pipes, J. fiustice, 23
  • Water Gauges, R Klingfer, 297
  • Water Gauges at Sea, 517
  • Water-level Indicator, Chadburn, 94
  • Water-level Regulator for Boilers, Isaac Storey, 462
  • Water in Pipes, Graphic Calculation of the Flow of, T. G. Bockicg, 562
  • Water, Sterilisation of, 542

Water Supply:

  • Auckland, New Zealand, 687 Barrow-in-Furness, 113
  • Derwent Valley Water Scheme, 403. 641, 648 ; (Letter), 447 [Tivo-page Supplement^ Octol)er Uth, 1910)
  • Glasgow, Loch Arklet Extension, 536 (Tv'o-page. Supplementf November 18^A, 1910)
  • Kilmarnock, 123
  • Manchester Waterworks, 366
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 203, 514
  • Portsmouth Water Supply, Filtration Works and Reservoirs, 386, 390
  • Venturi Meter Chamber for Portsmouth Waterworks, 392
  • WEATHER Reports, Reliability of, Gordon Cooper, 524
  • Weighbridge at Eastleigh, Avery, 56
  • Westinghouse, G., on Electrification of Railways, 161, 179
  • Wheel Drop, Bolton, 110, 111
  • Wheel-testing Pit, 178
  • Wheels. Artillery—see War Material
  • Whistle Device, Crosby, 297, 298
  • Whistle Device, Willett-Bruce, 297, 298 ; (Letter), 340
  • White, Sir W. H., on Armaments of Battleships, 633, 652
  • Wimperis, H. E., on the Use of an Accelerometer in the Measurement of Road Resistance, &c,, 313, 321
  • Wind and Water Motors at Liverpool, 9
  • Winding and Haulage Gears, Electrical, at a
  • Shale Mine, E. Scott and Mountain. 624, 630
  • Wireless Telegraphy Fitted on H.M. Submarine DI, 342
  • Wood-splitting Machine, M. Glover, 341
  • Wood-working Machine, General Joiner, John Pickles and Son, 448
  • Wood-workirg Machine at Olympia, 272 {Supple- m,enti September 9iZt, 1910)
  • Wood-working Machine, Pattern and General, R. S. Allan, 330, 332

Works:

  • Aluminium Works at Kinlochleven, 98
  • British Bridge Works tor Canada, 257
  • Cockerill Works at Seraing, 670, 672
  • Eastleigh Locomotive Works of the London and South-Western Railway. 55, 86 (Two- page Sup^ylement, July l^th^ 1910)
  • German Shipyards, 214 293 {Two page Supplementy Augiist 1910)
  • Midland Railway Shops at Derby, 246, 250
  • Odams Company’s Chemical Manure Works, 559, 598
  • Portland Cement Works at Skanska, Sweden, 458
  • Sirocco Engineering Works, Belfast, Davidson, 224, 228
  • Stavcley Coal and Iron Company’s “Devonshire” Works, 382
  • Works Visited by American and British Mechanical Engineers:—Austin Motor Company, Franklev Filter Beds, Metropolitan Amalgamated Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Pump and Power Company’s Testing Station, South Staffordshire Mond Gas Company, Worcester Royal Porcelain Works, 112
  • Works Visited by Iron and Steel Institute :— Crown Derby Porcelain Works, 355 ; London and North-Western Railway Company, 382; Markham and Co., 382; Midland Railway Company, 355 ; Staveley Coal and Iron Company, 382
  • YARNS and Threads, Testing Machine for, J. R. G. Briercliffe, 656

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