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The Engineer 1911/04/28

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  • Contents, p 439.

Main Subjects

  • 4 1/2 Inch Experimental Lathe, p 447. (Illustrated).
  • 9,000,000-Gallon Water Tank for Calcutta, p 436 and p 438. (Illustrated).
  • Boosters No VI, p 442. (Illustrated).
  • Dockyard Notes, p 446.
  • Editorial, p 439 - 441.
    • Commerce and Science.
    • Australian Engineering.
    • British Steel Trade and International Agreements.
  • Electric Transmission for Ships, p 443 - 444.
  • The Dryness Fraction of Steam Aster Adiabatic Expansion, by F. J. Kean, p 436.
  • The Port of Montreal, No. II, p 434 - 436. (Illustrated).
    • Montreal Grain Elevating Co.
    • King Edward Pier.
  • The Relative Strength in Torpedo Craft of The British and German Navies, No. 1, p 425 - 426.
  • The Training For Engineering Business, by Professor W. J. Ashley, p 425.

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