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The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1911 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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A

  • AERO and Motor Boat Show, 326, 347
  • Affonso Penna, Brazilian Floating Dock, Testing, 492, 497
  • Aird, Sir John (Portrait), 38
  • Airedale, Lord (Fortran), 304
  • Alberta, Horseshoe Dani on the Bow River, 639, 646 ; (Correction), 670
  • Albion, Turbine Yacht, Steering Gear Experiments, 417
  • Allcutt, E. A., on the Effect of Varying Proportions of Air and Steam on a Gas Producer, 466, 473
  • American Coal Mine for Investigating Mine Explosions. 566
  • Amsterdam Shipbuilding and Engineering Works 64, 68 (Two-page Supplement, January 20th, 1911)
  • Argentine Destroyers, Catamarea and Mendoza, 220, 225
  • Argentine Turbine Destroyers, 60 ; (Letter), 123
  • Armstrorg, Whitworth’s Hydraulic Capstans at Belfast Graving Dock, 446
  • Armstrong, Whitworth’s New Shipyard at Low Walker, 144 ; (Correction), 199
  • Aster Four-cylinder Marine Engine, 326
  • Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, 245-Ton Locomotive, 495
  • Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fc Railway Company’s Pile Driver, 581
  • Atlas Resilient Road Wheels, Cast Steel Y-Spoked Wheel, 670
  • Australia, Steep-Grade Railway in, 373
  • Avery Company’s Ploughing Engines, 335, 336
  • Avery, W. and T., Net Weigher for Passengers’ Luggage, 602

B

  • BAGDAD, Motor Boat for, 444
  • Baker, G. S., on the National Experimental Tank and its Equipment, 366
  • Barrow. Dingible Balloon Shed at, Francis Morton and Co., 171
  • Beacon Hill Tunnel, Kowloon-Canton Railway, 428 431
  • Beaconsfield, New Well, 652
  • Belfast Graving Deck, Hydraulic Capstans at, Armstrong, Whitworth, 446
  • Belgian Arms Factory, 320 330
  • Bengongh, G. D., Apparatus for Testing Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 122
  • Benier Producer, 500
  • Bennis’ Improved Mechanical Stoker, 497
  • Berner’s Shackle, 444
  • Berry Booster, 592
  • Beyer, Peacock’s Garratt Locomotive,240, 248
  • Birch’s 4.5in. Experimental Lathe, 447
  • Blackpool Premenade Widening, 538, 539, 544
  • Bleishert’s Excavator for a Hungarian Cement Works, 667
  • Booking, T. G., on Graphic Calculation of the Flow of Water in Pipes, 565
  • Boiler Sealers, Limited, New Tools, 601
  • Bollinckx Company’s Tandem Compound Steam Engine, 296
  • Bombay Hydro-electric Scheme, 402
  • Bodmer’s Mill for Wrought Iron Tires, 1842, 515
  • Bordeaux, New Dock at, 14, 19
  • Boston, Old Railway Bridge at, 23
  • Boulton and Paul’s Four-cylinder Marine Engine, 327
  • Boving, J. Orten, and Co.’s Governor for Engines and Turbines, 644
  • Brazilian Floating Dock, Affonso Penna, Testing, 492, 497
  • Britannia Engineering Company’s Semi - highspeed Lathe, 95
  • British Hotnboldt Engineering Company’s Turbines, 164
  • British Petroleum Company’s Oil Tank Barge, White May, 148
  • British Tabulating Machine Company’s Tabulator, 96, 146, 279
  • British Thomson-Houston Booster, 264
                        Induction Motors, 225 
                        Rotary Converter and Booster, 536 
                        Turbines, 57, 58 
  • British Westinghouse—see Westinghouse
  • Broadbent’s Furnace Charging Machine, 197
  • Brooke’s Cruising Boat and Machinery, 326
  • Brown, Boveri Boosters, 483
  • Brown, Boveri Combined Turbines 130
  • Brown, Boveri Works at Baden. 107, 109, 116
  • Brown and Duvel’s Moisture Tester for Grain, 601
  • Brush Electrical Company’s Turbine, 57
  • Burton-Alexander, J. T., on French Locomotive Performances, 560, 587

C

  • CALCUTTA, Nine-Million Gallon Water Tank at, 436, 438
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C., on Effect of Prolonged Hea ing on Cast Iron, 531
  • Case Company’s Driving Gear and Ploughing Engine, 333, 335
  • Chemin de Fer du Nord Four-cylinder Compound Locomotive, 149
  • Charlton, Alan E L., on Large Two-cycle Gas Engines, 217, 296
  • Clarke, Chapman’s Electric Winch Installation at Tyne Dock, 469
  • Clayton, Son and Co.’s Nine - Million Gallon Water Tank at Calcutta, 436, 438
  • Clayton and Snuttleworth s Oil Tractor, 669, 672
  • Clyde and Tyne Shipyard Extensions, 144, 158, 166 ; (Correction), 199
  • Cobb, J. W., Influence of Impurities on the Corrosion of Iron, 513, 526
  • Cody Aeroplane. The New, 662
  • Colossus, H M. Battleship 269
  • Condorcet, French Battleship, 7, 8, 266, 274
  • Cook’s Pneumatic Stripping Apparatus for Carding Engines, 72
  • Cornish Tin Mine, Unwatering, 568
  • Cowans, Sheldon’s Coal Conveyor at Tyne Dock, 199
  • Crampton Intermediate Driving Shaft Locomotives, 338
  • Crawford Mechanical Stoker for Locomotives, 594
  • Crompton Booster, 264
  • Cucaracha Side, Panama Canal (Twenty-page Supplement, June 9th, 1911)
  • Cuebra Cut Panama (Twenty-page Supplement, June 9th, 1911)
  • Cunliffo and Croom’s Axle Brass Boring Machine, 487
  • Cunliffa and Croom’s Milling Machine, 254
  • Curtis Marine Turbines, 7500 H.P., for United States Scout Cruiser ; 15 000 H.P.. for United States Battleship, 365 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1911)

D

  • DAIMLER’S 30 H.P. Petrol Tractor; Daimler’s 110 H. P. Petrol Tractor, 668, 672
  • Danten Class of French Battleship, 542 (Two-page Supplement, May 26th. 1911)
  • Darjeeling-Himalayan Railway Locomotive, 210, 248
  • Dartmouth, H M. Cruiser, 174
  • De Laval Turoine, 84
  • Derby, Midland Railway Power Station at, 188, 192
  • Dexter, W. A., on Steam Condensing Plant, 76 ; (Lever), 123
  • Diesel Engine for Pumping, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, 308 309
  • Diesel Engine Ship, Vulcanus, 10, 33, 44
  • Diesel Maiiue Engines, Th. Saiuberlich, 349, 385, 388
  • District Railway Steel Rolling Stock, 9, 46
  • Doorakkers, G., on Making a Ohasor for Internal Thread Gauges, 265
  • Doorakkers, G., on Milling of Shell Reamers with Irregmar Teeth, 433
  • Dowson, J. E., on Gas Producers, 466, 500
  • "Dreadnought” Vacuum Brake Ejector, Gresham and Craven. 283
  • Dron and Lawson’s 3.5in, Centres Screw-cutting Lathe, 603
  • Dulwich Lawn Tennis Courts, 393
  • Dunelm and Turret Crown Grain Boats at Montreal, 434

Dunlop, David John (Portrait), 590

E

  • EARL’S Court Stations’ Escalator, 577
  • Edenor, Merchant Steamer, 406
  • Egyptian State Railways, Feed-water Heating and Superheating, Trevithick, 39
  • “Elephant” Subways, 120
  • Empson, A. W., Analyses of Scale Formed in an Enclosed Feed Heater, 190
  • Eniz Booster, Chloride Electrical Storage Company, 318
  • Escher, Wyss and Co.’s Zoelly Turbines, 216
  • Ewersand, Diesel Engine Ship, 388

F

  • F.N. Motor Car and Works, 320, 330
  • Fairfield 200-Ton Cantilever Ciane, 145
  • Fanlie Type Locomotive for Mexico, Vulcan Foundry Company, 392, 540
  • Ferguson Superheater for Stirling Boilers, 124; (Correction), 150
  • Ferranti, Two-phase Booster, 592
  • Fielding and Platt’s Steam Hydraulic Forging Press 553
  • Fleetwood Fish Dock, 426, 429
  • Fleming and Ferguson’s Stationary Pontoon Dredger, 629
  • Foettinger Transmitter, 328
  • Fore River Shipbuilding Company’s Curtis Turbines for Driving United States Warships, 365 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1911)
  • Fortuna Machine Company's Power-driven Hack Saw, 282
  • Fowler’s 50 H.P. Petrol Tractor, 669, 672
  • Frahm, Herr, on Anti-rolling Tanks at Sea, 378
  • Fraser and Chalmers’ Rateau Turbines, 162
  • French Battleships Condorcet and Voltaire, 266, 274, 570
  • French Battleship of the Danton Class, 542 (Two- page Supplement, May 26th 1911)
  • French Dreadnought Dry Dock, 7, 8, 14, 19
  • French Locomot ve Pwrformances, J. T. Burton-Alexander, 560 587
  • Frerichs, Diesel Engines of, 349, 385, 388
  • Friend, Dr. J. N., on Action of Aqueous Solutions of Single and Mixed Electrolytes upon Iron, 513

G

  • GALLOWAY Single Lever Controlling Gear for Rolling Mill Engines, 267
  • Gamma, Motor Fire Float, Thornycroft, 324, 325
  • Garratt Locomotive for India, 240, 248
  • Gatun Dam and Looks on the Panama Canal (Twenty page Supplement, June 9th, 1911)
  • General Electric Company’s Six-phase Rotary Converter and Boster, 535
  • Goenry, M. E. J , Chare for the Calculation of Engineering Formulae 182
  • Gottingen Aeronautical Laboratory, H. S. Rowell, 564
  • Greenwood and Batley’s Plain Grinding Machine, 624, 625
  • Gresham and Craven’s Vacuum Brake Ejector “Dreadnought,” 283

H

  • HARLAND and Wolff’s White Star Liner Titanic, Launch of 567, 575
  • Hart-Parr Tractor, 374. 384
  • Heaton’s Lock Nut, 297
  • Hele-Sbaw, H. S., and F. Leigh Martineau, on Steering Gear Experiments on the Turbine Yacht Albion, 417
  • Hercules, H.M. Battleship, 252
  • Herstal Works of La Compagnie Nationale a’Armes de Guerre, 320, 330
  • Highfieid Booster, Mather and Platt, 318
  • Hindle, Maitland and Co., 594
  • Hindley’s Sectional Steam Boiler, 579
  • Holmes, J. H., Booster, 238
  • Holt Petrol Tractor and Steam Traction Engine, 374, 384
  • Horseshoe Dam on the Bow River, Alberta, 639, 646 ; (Correction), 670
  • Hoveler Liquid Fuel burner, 602
  • Huber Boiler and Driving Gear Traction and Ploughing Engine, 333, 335
  • Hungarian Cement Works Excavator, Bleichert and Co., 667

I

  • IDLE, G., on the Rolling of Ships, 447, 461, 489
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Buildings Extension, 298, 302
  • Isaacson 7-Cylinder Aero Engine, 347
  • Italian State Railways Pacific Type Locomotive, 509

J

  • JACKSON, P. R., Railway Tire and Axle-making Plant, 514 515, 518
  • Judson-Jackson All-gear Lathe, 306

K

  • KILLING WORTH Colliery Explosion, New South Wales, 338
  • Kliezing, Pavon, Salvage Dock for Raising Sunken Vessels. 472 (Two-page Supplement, May 5th, 1911)
  • Kobe Harbour Improvements, 292 (Two-page Supplement, March 24th, 1911)
  • Kortiog’s Two-cyole Oil Engines for Submarines, 298, 300
  • Kowoon-Canton Railway, Beacon Hill Tunnel, 428, 431
  • Kromhout Marine Oil Engine, 76 B.H.P., Perman and Co., 148
  • Krupp Equipment, 564
  • Kwangtung Section of the Canton-Hankow Railway, 479, 507, 511

L

  • LAMPLOUGH’S Rotating Aero Engine and Blower 347
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company’s Booster, 289
  • Langen and Wolff’s Diesel Engine, 612
  • Leeds Forge Company’s Train Lighting System, 390
  • Leeds Railless Trolley Car, 680
  • Leskole Company’s Instruments for Measurement of Temperature, 487
  • Lieven, Obstructions to Explosion, 318
  • Lilly’s Torsion Testing Machine, 175
  • Lima Locomotive and Machine Company’s Shay-Geared Locomotive, 679
  • Loire Le, Suction and Bucket Dredger, 589
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Electrification Extensions, 488
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Superheater Tank Engine, 17 (Supplement, January 6th, 1911)
  • London and Glasgow Shipbuilding Works, Machine Tools at. 158, 166
  • London and North-Western Superheater Side-Tank Passenger Engine, 651 (Two-page Supplement June 23rd, 1911)
  • London, Proposed Improvements of the Port, 110, 118, 134
  • London and South-Western Railway, Cab Signalling, 652
  • London, Tobury and Southend Railway, Tank Engine, 270 271
  • Lowe Producer, 500

M

  • McKAY, R. F., on Design of Cams for Highspeed Motors, 614
  • Manchester Colliery and Mining Exhibition, 522
  • Manchester Sh p Canal Pumping Plants, 308 309
  • Manchester Waterworks, 82 (Two-page Supplement, January 27th, 1911)
  • Mands Patent. Steam Cart and Wagon Company’s Three-ton Steam Wagon, 604
  • Marshall’s Portable Steam Engine and Fire-box, 6 8, 669
  • Mather and Platt’s Mechanical Filters, 145
  • Merryweather’s Stationary Petrol-driven Fire Pump, 653
  • Merryweather’s Vacuum Cesspool Exhauster, 23
  • Mexico, Heavy, Double-ended, Fairbe Type Locomotive for, Vulcan Foundry, 392, 540
  • Meyer’s Rock Boring Machine, 568
  • Miogley and Sutchff’s Miling Machine, 72
  • Midland Railway Power Station at Derby, 188, 192
  • Mids. Edwin, and Son, Hydraulic Raw Cotton Baling Plant, 526
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day’s Diesel Pumping Engine, 308 309
  • Monarch, H.M Battleship, 407
  • Mond Gas Producer Plant. 201
  • Montreal, Port of, 400, 410, 434, 455
  • Morton’s Dirigible Balloon Shed at Barrow, 171

N

  • NANTES, Port Improvements, 588, 596
  • Nantes Transporter Bridge, 583, 596
  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co.’s Oil Railway Tractor, 496, 497
  • Neal’s Key way Cutting Tool, 76
  • Nederlandsche Engine Works and Shipyard, 64, 68, (Two-page Supplement, January 20th. 1911)
  • Nederlandsche Shipbuilding Company’s Oil Ship Vulcanus, 10, 33 44
  • Nelson Brothers’ Shaping Machine, 392
  • New Engine Company, Four-cylinder Aero Engine, 347
  • Nicolson, Professor J. T., on the Elastic Line of a Pillar Acted on by a Couple at any Height, 59
  • Nicolson’s High-speed Boiler, 39, 44, 51
  • Narascou’s Elect-ic Boiler Tube Scaler, 228
  • Normanton Coliery, Robey’s Air Compressing Engines at, 576
  • North British Locomotive Company's Locomotives for France, 580
  • North-Eastern Railway, Three-cylinder Mineral Tank Locomotive, 17, 23, 87, 92 (Supplement, January 6th, 1911)
  • North-South Underground Railway in Paris, 636
  • Norwich, Royal Agricultural Show at, 668, 672

O

  • O’GORMAN, M., on Problems Relating to Air- crafc, 268
  • Olympia, Aero and Motor Boat Show, 326
  • Olympic and Titanic, 209 (Four Two-page Supplements, March 3rd, 1911)
  • Ormskirk Railway Accident, 65
  • Orten-Boving, Jens, Hydraulic Valve, 297
  • Osborne Non-cutting Valve, 490; (Letter), 541

P

  • PANAMA Canal (Twenty-page Supplement, June 9th, 1911)
  • Paris-Orleans Simple Superheat Locomotive, 588
  • Paris Underground Railways, 636
  • Parma Tramways, Monophase Car and Controller, 612
  • Parsons, Hon. C. A., and R. J. Walker, on Experience with Geared Turbines in the Cargo Steamer Vespasian 355
  • Parsons’ Combination Marine Turbine, 59
  • Parsons’ Marine Oil Engine, Compressor Plant, and Reversing Gear, 548
  • Parsons’ Steam Turbine and Gearing for Driving a Rolling Mill, 358, 362 ; (Correction), 385
  • Parsons’ Turbines, 130
  • Patent Safety Mining Gear Company’s Ropereleasing Device, 522
  • Paul, R. W., Oil-cooled Resistance Box, 199
  • Pend Oreille Bridge, 569, 572
  • Perman and Co.’s 76 B.H.P. Kromhout Marine Oil Engine, 148
  • Peru Cocaine Factory, 549
  • Peru, Sugar Machinery in, 106, 129, 140
  • Petters’ Oil Traction and Ploughing Engines, 89
  • Pirani Reversible Booster, 375
  • Pittsburg Experimental Gallery, 81
  • Pollock and McNab’s Axle-turning Lathe, 626
  • Princess Juliana, Dutch Steamship, 65 (Supplement, January 20th, 1911)

Q

  • QUEBEC Bridge, Schemes of Erection for, 523, 549, 551
       Tenders and Contract for, 406, 443
       Tests of Model Chords made for, 291, 321

R

  • RALSTON, S. B., on Description of a Stability and Trim Indicator, 403
  • Rangoon, Port of, 562
  • Ransome’s Double Edging Bench, 73
  • Ransome’s Hollow Chisel Mortising Machine, 307
  • Rateau Turbines Fraser and Chalmers, 162
  • Rembrandt Steamship and Engines, 64, 65
  • Renault 50 H.P. Aero Engine, 347
  • Rhodin, J., on Corrosion of Alloys, 129
  • Richardsons, Westgarth’s Gas Power Plant at Hong-Kong. 200 201
  • Richardsons, Westgarth Turbines. 130
  • Ring Mule Company’s Spinning Frame, 49
  • Robey’s Air-compressing Engines at a Normanton Colliery, 576
  • Robinson’s Tenoning Machine, 228
  • Rocklight, Motor Oil Barge, Thornycroft, 324
  • Rowell, H. 8., on Aero-Mechanical Science in Germany, 564
  • Rowland, B. R., Motor-driven Tool-grinding Machine, 500
  • Royal Agricultural Show, 668 672
  • Royce’s Cranes at Low Walker Shipyard, 144; (Correction), 199
  • Rumely F're-box and Bearings, 334, 336
  • Rumely Oil Tractor, 374, 384
  • Russell and Co.’s Slide Valve, 334
  • Ruston, Proctor’s Portable Oil Engine, 661
  • Ruston, Proctor’s Portable Steam Engine, 661
  • Ryves, R., Problem of the High Masonry Dam, 181, 223

S

  • SAGUENAY, Canadian River Steamer, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 472
  • Saint Nazaire, Docks at, 7, 8, 14
  • Saiubenich, Th., on Diesel Marine Engines, 349, 385, 388
  • Saxon, George, 2500 H.P. Cotton Mill Engine, 136, 137 (Two-page Supplement. February lOth, 1911)
  • Scotch Locomotives for France, North British Locomotive Company, 580
  • Scott and Mountain’s High-Lift Centrifugal Pump, 253
  • Shanks’ Turbine Lathe and Turbine Casing Boring Machine, 160, 161
  • Shanks’ Vertical and Horizontal Planing Machine, 166
  • Siemens Induction Regulator, 644
  • Siemens - Schuokert’s Firedamp-proof Electromotors, 516
  • Simplex Motor Trams, 254
  • Skefko. The, Ball Bearing for Shafts, Unbreakable Pulley and Mill Gearing Company, 602
  • Snowball, Edward (Portrait), 665
  • South and Central America, Progress of Engineering in, 31, 106, 129, 140, 208, 289, 387, 400, 458, 508, 534, 573, 575
  • Stirling Boilers, Ferguson Superheater for, 124 : (Correction), 150
  • Stookall-Brook Time Recorder, 256
  • Storey’s Sensitive Turret Radial Drilling Machine, 198
  • Stumpf Locomotive Cylinder, 124
  • Submersible Motor Syndicate’s Electric Motor, 272
  • Swedish State Railways, Train Ferry Rolling Stock, 650
  • Sydney University Engineering School and Laboratories, 35, 42
  • Symons’ Disc Stone Crusher, 282

T

  • TECNOMASIO Italiano’s High-tension Switchboard, 612
  • Tees, River, Improvements and Dredger, 629
  • Thornycroft’s 7.5 H.P. Marine Engine, 326
  • Thornycroft’s Motor Oil Barge Rocklight and Fire-float Gamma, 324, 325
  • Thunderer, H.M. Battleship, 112
  • Thury Booster, 442
  • Titanic, Launch of the White Star Liner, 567, 575
  • Trevithick’s System of Feed-water Heating and Superheating on Egyptian Railways, 39
  • Trussed Concrete Steel Company’s Concrete Water Towers, 244, 245
  • Tudor Accumulator Company’s Booster, 238
  • Turin Exhibition, 459, 464, 509. 561, 611. 660
  • Turin, Power Station in the Machinery Hall, 611
  • Tyne Dock, Electric Winch Installation at, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 469

U

  • UNBREAKABLE Pulley and Mill Gearing Company’s Ball Bearings, 602
  • United States Battleship and Scout Cruiser, Curtis Turbines for Driving, 365 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1911)
  • United States, Traction and Ploughing Engines in, 333, 374, 384

V

  • VERGNIAUD, French Battleship, 8, 19
  • Vespasian, Cargo Steamer, Experience with Geared Turbines, Hon. C. A. Parsons and R. J. Walker, 355
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim’s Floating Dock, Affonso Penna, for Brazil, Testing, 492 497
  • Vierson and Montauban, Profile between, 561
  • Voltaire, French Battleship, 266, 274. 570
  • Vulcan Foundry’s Heavy, Double-ended Locomotive for Mexico, 392, 540
  • Vulcanus, Diesel Engine Ship, 10, 33, 44

W

  • WALKER, W. G., Fan Brake Dynamometer, 297
  • Walker Brothers’ Governor and Overwinding Gear, 522
  • Walschaerts’ Poppet Valve Steam Engine, 628
  • Walton Pumping Station, 616, 620, 640, 643; (Letter), 682
  • Westinghouse Boosters, 238
  • Westinghouse Three-phase Rotary Converter and Booster, 535
  • Westinghouse Turbines, 84
  • White May, Petrol-driven Oil Tank Barge, British Petroleum Company, 148
  • White Star Liner Titanic, Launch of, 567, 575
  • White Star Liners, Growth of the, 209
  • White Star Liners, Olympic and Titanic, 209 (Four Two-page Supplements, March 3rd, 1911)
  • Willans’ Combined Turbine, 57
  • Wimperis’ Accelerometer and Equilibristat, 552
  • Wolseley, 120 H.P. Aero Engine, 347
  • Wolseley Hydroplane Engine, 326

Y

  • YALE University, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory, 246
  • Yarmouth, H.M. Protected Cruiser, 414
  • Yarrow-Napier Motor Boat for Bagdad, 444
  • Ypiranga and Corcovado Steamers, Experiments with Anti-Rolling Tanks, 379

Z

  • ZOELLY Turbines, Escher, Wyss and Co., 216
  • Zwicky, Jean, Motor Fire Engine, 310

Subjects

A

  • ACCELEROME PER and Equilibristat, Wimperis,
  • Aero Engines at Olympia, 347
  • Aero - Mechanical Science in Germany. H. S. Rowell, 564
  • Aeroplane, The New Cody, 662
  • Air-compressing Engines at a Normanton Colliery, Robey and Co., 576
  • Aircraft, Stability and Resistance of. M. O’Gorman. 268
  • Alloys, Corrosion of, J. Rhodin, 129
  • Aqueous Solutions of Single and Mixed Electrolytes, Action of, upon Iron, Dr. J. N. Friend. 513
  • Arms and Motor Car Factory at Herstal, Belgium. 320, 330
  • Axle Lathe—see Machine Tools

B

  • BALING Plant, Cotton, E. Mills and Son, 526
  • Baling Press, Electric, Hindle, Maitland and Co., 594
  • Ball Bearings for Shafts, The Skefko, Unbreakable Pulley and Mill Gearing Co., 602; (Letter), 627
  • Balloon Shed at Barrow, Francis Morton and Co., 171
  • Bearings—see Ball Bearings
  • Bench, Doub'e-edging, A. Ransome and Co., 73
  • Boats—see Ships
  • Boiler, Nicolson’s High-speed, 39, 44, 51
  • Boiler Scaling Tools, Boiler Scalers, Limited, 601
  • Boiler, Sectional Steam, E. S. Hindley and Sons, 579
  • Boiler, Surface Combustion, 382
  • Boiler-tube Scaler, Electric, M. Nirasoou, 228
  • Boilers and Mechanical Stokers at Midland Railway Power-house, 188
  • Boilers. Stirling, Ferguson Superheater for, 124 ; (Correction), 150
  • Bone, Dr., on Surface Combustion, 381
  • Boosters—see Electrical Matters
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Bridge, Light Factory. 468
  • Bridge, O d Wooden R til wav, at Boston, 23
  • Bridge, Pnnd Oreille, 569, 572
  • Bridge, Quebec, Schemes of Erection for, 523, 549, 551
                Tenders and Contract for, 406, 443
                Tests of Model Chords for, 291, 321
  • Bridge, Unusual Method of Erecting, 569, 572
  • Buildings, Institution of Mechanical Engineers’, 298, 302

C

  • CAISSONS, Ferro-concrete, for Kobe Harbour, 292 (Two-page Supplement March 24th, 1911)
  • Cams for Hiah-speed Motors, Design of, R. F. McKay. 614
  • Canal, Panama (Twenty-page Supplement, June 9th, 1911)
  • Capstans, Hydraulic, at Belfast Graving Dock, 446
  • Car, Monophase, and Controller, for Parma Tramways, 612
  • Car, Railless Trolley, for Leeds, 680
  • Carding Engines, Pneumatic Apparatus for Stripping, Cook and Co., 72
  • Chart for the Calculation nf Engineering Formulae, M. E. J. Gheary, 182
  • Chaser for Internal Thread Gauges, Making, G. Doorakkers, 265
  • Coal Conveyor, Motor-driven, at Tyne Dock, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., 199
  • Coal Dust, The Explosibility of, 81, 239, 317, 331
  • Coal Elevator and Conveyor at Midland Railway Power Station, 188, 192
  • Coal Mine for Investigating Mine Explosions, American, 566
  • Cocaine Factory in Peru, 549
  • Collier and Coal Unloading Plant at Montreal, 434
  • Colliery Explosion in New South Wales, 338
  • Combustion, Surface, Dr. Bone, 381
  • Concrete Water Towers at York, 244, 245
  • Concrete Well-head at Beaconsfield, 652
  • Controlling Gear, Single Laver, for Rolling Mill Engines, Galloway, 267
  • Corrosion of Alloys, J. Rhodin, 129
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, Apparatus for Testing, G. D. Bengough, 122
  • Corrosion of Iron, Influence of Impurities on, J. W. Cobb, 513, 526
  • Cotton Baling Plant, Hydraulic, Edwin Mills and Son, 526
  • Crane, 200-Ton Cantilever, at Fairfield, 145
  • Crane, 150-Ton Tower, 7
  • Cranes and Gantries Cantilever, at Low Walker, Royce, Limited, 144 ; (Correction), 199
  • Cranes and Handling Plant on the Panama Canal (Twenty-page Supplement, June 9th. 1911)
  • Crusher, Disc Stone, Symons Brothers, 282

D

  • DAM, High Masonry, Problem of the, R. Ryves, 181, 223
  • Dam, Horseshoe, on the Bow River, Alberta, 639. 646 ; (Correction), 670
  • Dams and Locks on the Panama Canal (Twenty-page Supplement, June 9th, 1911)
  • Desiccation of Air by Calcium Chloride, F. A. Daubine and E. V. Roy, 498
  • Dipper, Excavating Rock, at Montreal, 401
  • Disc Stone Crusher, Symons Brothers, 282
  • Dock, Fish, at Fleetwood, 426, 429
  • Dock, Floating, Affonso Penna, for Brazil, Testing, 492, 497
  • Dock for Launching Concrete Caissons in Kobe Harbour, 292 (Two-page Supplement, March 24th, 1911)
  • Dock, Salvage—see Salvage
  • Docks, New Dreadnought, in France, 7, 8, 14, 19
  • Dredger, Montreal Harbour Commissioners’, 402
  • Dredger, Stationary Pontoon, for the Tees, Fleming and Ferguson, 629
  • Dredger, Suction and Bucket, Le Loire, 589
  • Drill Boat, Montreal Harbour Commissioners’, 402
  • Dynamometer, Large Fan Brake, W. G. Walker, 297

E

  • EJECTOR, “Dreadnought” Vacuum Brake, Gresham and Craven, 283
  • Elastic Line of a Pillar Acted on by a Couple at any Height, Professor J. T. Nicolsou, 59
  • Electrical Matters:
  • - Boiler Tube &3aler, M. Nirascou, 228
  • - Boosters, 237, 264, 289, 318, 375, 442, 483, 534, 592, 642
  • - Electric Baling Press, Hinkle Maitland and Co., 594
  • Electrical Matters (continued):
  • - Electromotors. Firedamp - proof, Siemens- Schuckert, 516
  • - Framework for High - tension Switchboard, Technomasio Italiano, 612
  • - Induction Motors, Variable - speed, British Thomson-Houston Company, 225
  • - Induction Regulator, Siemens, 644
  • - Lancashire Booster, 289
  • - Machinery and Works at Baden, Brown, Boveri, 107, 109, 116
  • - Midland Railway, Power Station at Derby, 188, 192
  • - Monophase Car and Controller for Parma Tramways, 612
  • - Oil-cooled Resistance Box, R. W. Paul, 199
  • - Power House of the Taikoo Dockyard at Hong- Kong, 201
  • - Power Station in the Machinery Hall at Turin Exhibition, 611
  • - Rolling Stock for London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 488
  • - Squirrel Cage Motor, Two-speed, 226
  • - Submersible Electric Motor, 272
  • - Walton Pumping Station Electrical Equipment, 616, 640 ; (Letter), 682
  • - Winch Installation at Tyne Dock, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 469
  • ENGINE, with Combined Feed-water Heating and Superheating, Trevithick, 39
  • - 2500 H. P. Cotton Mill. George Saxon, 136,137 (Two-page Supplement, February 10th, 1911)
  • - Diesel, Langfen and Wolff, 612
  • - Diesel Oil Marine Reversing, 500H.P., 10, 11. 33, 44
  • - Diesel, for Pumping, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, 308, 309
  • - 76 B.H.P. Kromhout Marine Oil, 149
  • - Marine Oil, Parsons Motor Company, 548
  • - Motor Fire, Jean Zwicky, 310
  • - Poppet Valve Sream, Walschaerts’ Engine Works, 628
  • - Portable Oil, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 661
  • - Portable Steam, and Fire-box, Marshall, Sons and Co., 668, 669
  • - Portable Steam, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 661
  • - Tandem Compound Steam, Soci6te Anonyme H. Bollinckx, 296
  • Engines, Aero and Motor Boat at Olympia, 326, 347
  • - Air Compressing, at a Normanton Colliery, Robey and Co., 576
  • - Diesel Marine, Th. Saiuberlich, 349, 385, 388
  • - Internal Combustion, Spark Lights for, 444
  • - Large Two-cycle Gas, Alan Chorlton, 217, 296
  • - Oil Traction and Ploughing, Petters, Limited, 89
  • - Steamship Rembrandt, 65
  • - Traction and Ploughing in the United States, 333. 374 384
  • - Two-cycle Oil for Submarines, Korting Brothers, 298, 300
  • Engineering Laboratories, Sydney University, 35, 42
  • Engineering in South and Central America, Progress of, 31, 106, 129. 140, 208, 289, 387, 400, 458, 508, 534, 573, 575
  • Escalator at Earl’s Court Stations, 577
  • Excavator for a Cement Quarry, Bleichert and Co. ,667
  • Exhibition, Colliery and Mining, in Manchester, 522
  • Exhibition, Turin, 459, 464, 509, 561, 611, 660
  • Experimental Gallery at Pittsburgh, 81
  • Experimental Tank, National, and its Equipment, G. S. Baker, 366
  • Explosibility of Coal Dust, 81, 239, 317, 331
  • Explosion at the Killing worth Colliery, New South Wales, 338
  • Explosion, Obstructions, Experiments at Lieven, 318

F

  • FACTORY Bridge, 468
  • Feed-water Heating and Superheating, Trevithick, 39
  • Ferry, Train, Railway Rolling Stock, Swedish State Railways, 650
  • Filter for CO2 Recorder, 91
  • Filters, Mechanical, Mather and Platt, 145
  • Firedamp-proof Electromotors, Siemens-Schuc- kert, 516
  • Fire Engine, Motor, Jean Zwicky, 310
  • Fire-float Gamma, Thornycroft, 324, 325
  • Fire Pump, Stationary, Petrol-driven, Merrv- weather, 653
  • Fish Dock at Fleetwood, 426, 429
  • Floating Dock, Affonso Penna, for Brazil, Testing, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 492, 497
  • Forging Press, Steam Hydraulic, Fielding and Platt, 553
  • Furnace Charging Machine, Broadbent, 197

G

  • GANTRY—&ee Ships
  • Gas Power Plant at Hong-Kong, Richardsons; Westgarth and Co., 200, 201
  • Gas Producer, Effect of Varying Proportions of Air and Steam on, E. A. Allcutt, 466, 473
  • Gas Producer Plant, Mond, at Hong-Hong, 201
  • Gas Producers, J. E. DJWSOU, 466 500
  • Governor and Overwinding Gear, Walker Brothers, 522
  • Governor Turbine and Engine, Jens Orten-Boving and Co's 644
  • Grain Elevators and Elevator Building at Montreal, 400, 410, 455
  • Grain Moistrure Tester, Brown and Duvel, 601
  • Graphic Calculation of the Flow of Water in Pipe, T. G. Bocking, 565
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Gun Equipment, Krupp, 564

H

  • HYDRAULIC Capstans at Belfast Graving Dock,
  • Hydraulic Cotton Baling Plant, Edwin Mills and Son, 526

I

  • INDICATOR, Stability and Trim, S. B. Ralston on, 403
  • Iron, Cast, Effect of Prolonged Heating on, Professor H. C. Carpenter, 536

K

  • KEYWAY Cutting Tool, E. T. Neal and Company, 76

L

  • LABORATORIES, Sydney University Engineering, 35, 42
  • Laboratory, Aeronautical, in Gottingen, H. S. Rowell, 564
  • Laboratory, Mechanical Engineering, at Yale University, 246
  • Lashes—see Machine Tools
  • Lighting System, Train, Leeds Forge Company, 390
  • Liquid Fuel Burner, The Hoeveler, 602
  • Lock Nut, Peter Heaton, 297
  • Locomotive,
  • - Four-coupled Tank, London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, 270, 271
  • - Four-cylinder Compound, Chemin de Fer du Nord, 149
  • - Garratt, for Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Boyer, Peacock and Co., 240, 248
  • - Heavy Double-ended, Fairlie Type, for Mexico, Vulcan Foundry, 392, 540
  • - Italian State Railways, Pacific Type, 509
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Superheater Tank, 17 (Supplement, January 6th, 1911)
  • - Shay-geared, Lima Locomotive and Machine Company, 679
  • - North-Eastern Railway Three-cylinder Mineral Tank, 23, 87, 92 (Supplement, January 6th, 1911)
  • - Performances, Some French J. T. Burton-Alexander, 560, 587
  • - Simple Superheat, Paris-Orleans, 587
  • - Superheater Side-tank Passenger, London and North-Western, 654 (Two-page Supplement, June 23rd, 1911)
  • - The Stumpf,
  • - Traffic Department, Montreal, 402
  • - 245 - Ton, Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway, 495
  • Locomotives,
  • - Crampton Intermediate Driving Shaft, 338
  • - Geared, for New South Wales, 679
  • - Scotch, for France, North British Locomotive Company, 580
  • Luggage Weigher, Net, W. and T. Avery, 602

M

  • Machine Tools:
  • - Axle-turning Lathe, Pollock and McNab, 626
  • - Boring Mathine, Axle Brass, Cunliffe and Croom, 487
  • - Cutting Tool, Keyway, E. T. Neal and Co., 76
  • - Drilling Machine, Sensitive Turret Radial, J.
  • - H. Storey and Co., 198
  • - Grinding Machine, Plain, Greenwood and Batley, 624, 625
  • - Grinding Machine, Tool, Motor Driven, B. R. Rowland, 500
  • - Lathe, 23m. All-gear, Judson-Jackson Company, 306
  • - Axle-turning, Pollcck and McNab, 626
  • - 3.5 in. Centres, Screw-cutting, Dron and Lawson, 603
  • - 4.5 in. Experimental, G. Birch, 447
  • - Semi High-speed, Britannia Engineering Company, 95
  • - Lathes for Tire and Axle Making, P. R. Jack- son, 514, 515, 518
  • - Machine Tools at London and Glasgow Ship-building Works, 158, 166
  • - Milling Machine, Midgley and Sutcliffe, 72
  • - Milling Machine, Vertical, Cunlitfeand Croom, 254
  • - Planing Machine, Vertical and Horizontal, Thos. Shanks and Co., 160, 166
  • - Saw, Power-driven Hack, Furtuna Machine Company, 282
  • - Shaping Machine, Nelson Brothers, 392
  • - Tool Grinding Machine, Motor-driven, B. R. Rowland, 500
  • - Turbine Lathe and Turbine Casing Boring Machine, Thos. Shanks and Co., 160, 161
  • Maps:
  • - Belfast Lough, 263
  • - Bombay Hydro-Electric Transmission Line, 402
  • - Canton-Hankow Railway, 479
  • - Hodeidah-Sana’a Railway, 416
  • - Loire River from St. Nazaire to Nantes, 588
  • - London, Improvements of the Port of, 110, 118, 134
  • - Montreal Harbour, 401
  • - Panama, 31
  • - Panama Canal (Twenty-page Supplement, June 9th, 1911)
  • - Paris, North-South Underground Railway, 636
  • - Rangoon Port and River, 562
  • - Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Light Railway, 415
  • - Walton Pumping Station, 616
  • - Wolgan Valley Line, Australia, 373
  • MARINE Engines—see also Engine, Marine
  • Marine Engines at Olympia, 326
  • Mast, Telescopic, T. Birnbaum, 100
  • Measurement of Temperature, Leskole Company’s Instruments, 487
  • Mechanical Stoker, An Improved, Bennis, 497
  • Mecnanical Smoker for Locomotives, D. F. Crawford, 594
  • Mill for Wrought Iron Tires, 1842, Bodmer’s, 515
  • Milling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Milling of Shell Reamers with Irregular Teeth, G. Doorakkers, 433
  • Mine Rope Releasing Device, Patent Safety Mining Gear Company, 522
  • Mines, Coal—see Coal
  • Moisture Tester for Grain, Brown and Duvel, 601
  • Mortising Machine, Hollow Chisel, A. Ransome and Co., 307
  • Motor Boat Engines at Olympia, 326
  • Motor Boats—see Ships
  • Motor Car, F. N., 320

N

  • NUT, Lock, Peter Heaton, 297

O

  • OIL Barges and Tanks—see Ships
  • On Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Railway Tractor, Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., 496, 497
  • Oil Tractors at the Royal Agricultural Show, 668, 672
  • Oil Traction and Ploughing Engines, Petter’s, 89

P

  • PASSENGERS’ Luggage, Net Weigher, W. and T. Avery, 602
  • Piers, Victoria, King Edward, Alexandra, and Jacques Cartier, at Montreal, 400, 410, 434
  • Pile Driving, Pile Drivers, and Sheet Piling, 581
  • Planing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Ploughing and Traction Engines in the United States, 333, 374, 384
  • Pneumatic Apparatus for Stripping Carding Engines, Cook, 72
  • Poppet Valve—see Engines
  • Port of London, Proposed Improvements, 110, 118, 134
  • Pure of Montreal, 400, 410, 434, 455
  • Port of Nantes Improvements, 588, 596
  • Port of Rangoon, 562
  • Portrait, Sir John Aird, 38
  • Portrait of Lord Airedale, 304
  • Portrait, David John Dunlop, 590
  • Portrait, Edward Snowball, 665
  • Power Station in Machinery Hall at Turin Exhibition, 611
  • Promenade Widening at Blackpool, 538, 539, 544
  • Propellers, Screw, 235
  • Pump, Fire, Stationary Petrol-driven, Merryweather, 653
  • Pump, High-Lift, Centrifugal, E. Scott and Muuntam, 253
  • Pump-house at Mode Wheel, Manchester Ship Canal, 308. 309
  • PunipiDg Station, Pumps and Details at Walton, 616, 620, 640, 643 ; (Letter), 682

R

  • RAILLESS Trolley Car for Leeds, 680
  • Railway,
  • - Accident at Ormskirk, 65
  • - District, Steel Rolling Stock for, 9, 46
  • - Electrification Extensions, London, Brighton and South Coast, 488
  • - Kowloon-Canton, Beacon Hill Tunnel, 428, 431
  • - Kwautung Section of the Canton- Hankow, 479, 507, 511
  • - in Paris, North-South Underground, 636
  • - Profile between Vierson and Montauban, 561
  • - Steep-grade in Australia, 373
  • Railway
  • - Tractor, Oil, Nasymth, Wilson and Co., 496, 497
  • - and Tramway Tire and Axle-making Plant. P. R. Jackson and Co., 514, 515, 518
  • Rock Boring Machine, C. Isler and Co., 568
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Galloway Single-lever Con-trolling Gear for, 267
  • Rolling Mill in Scotland, Steam Turbine Driven, 358, 362; (Correction), 385
  • Roiling of Ships, G. Idle on, 447, 461, 489
  • Rolling Stock, Canton-Hankow Railway, 511
  • Railing Stock, Electric, for London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 488
  • Rolling Stock, Steel, for the District Railway, 9, 46
  • Rolling Stock, Train Ferry, Swedish State Rail¬ways, 650

S

  • SALVAGE Dock for Raising Sunken Vessels, P. von Kirzing, 472 (Two-page Supplement, May 6th, 1911)
  • Saws—see Machine Tools
  • Scale Formed in an Enclosed Feed Heater, Analyses of, A. W. Empson, 190
  • Screw Propellers, 235
  • Sectional Steam Boiler, E. S. Hindley and Sons, 579
  • Sea Wall at Blackpool, 538, 539, 544
  • Shackle, A New, Coneze Berner, 444
  • Shaping Machines—see Machine Tools Sheds, Steel, at Montreal, 400, 434
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING;
  • General:
  • - Gantry for the Dock at Bordeaux, 19
  • - Rolling cf Ships, G. Idle, 447, 461, 489
  • - Steering Gear Experiments on the Turbine Yacht Albion, H. S. Hele-Shaw and F. Leigh Martineau, 417
  • British Navy:
  • - Colossus, H.M. Battleship, 269
  • - Dartmouth, H.M. Cruiser, 174
  • - Hercules, H.M. Battleship, 252
  • - Monarcn, H.M. Battleship, 407
  • - Thunderer, H.M. Battlesnip, 112
  • - Yarmouth, H.M. Protected Cruiser, 414
  • Foreign Navies:
  • - Argentine Destroyers Catamarea and Mendoza, 220, 225
  • - Argentine Turbine Destroyers, 60; (Letter), 123
  • - French Battleships Condorcet and Vergniaud, 7, 8, 19
  • - French Battleships Condorcet and Voltaire, 266, 274, 570
  • - Frencn Battleships of the Danton Class, 542 (Two-page Supplement, May 26th, 1911)
  • - United states Warships, Tur Dines for—see Turbines
  • Miscellaneous:
  • - Albion, Turbine Yacht, 417
  • - Boat, 25-knot Cruising, J. W. Brooke and Co., 326
  • - Diesel Engine Ship, Vulcanus, 10, 33, 44
  • - Edenor, Merchant Steamship, 406
  • - Grain B ats Dunelin and Turret Crown, 434
  • - Motor Boat, Yarrow-Napier, for Bagdad, 444
  • - Motor Fire Float Gamma, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 324, 325
  • - Motor Oil Barge Rocklight, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 324
  • - Olympic, Boilers, Condenser, Condenser Casing, Electric Engine-room and Machinery, Engines, Reciprocating and Steering, Engine-rooms, Steam Steering Gear, Turbine casing, and Rotor and Turbine-room, 2u9 (Two Page and Three Two-page Supplements, March 3rd, 1911)
  • - Princess Juhana, 65 (supplement, January 20th, 1911)
  • - Rembrandt S.eamship, 64, 65
  • - Saguenay, Canadian River Steamer, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 472
  • - Steamers at Nantes, b89
  • - Vespasian, Cargo Steamer, Experience with Geared Turbines in, Hon. C. A. Parsons ana R. J. Walker, 355
  • - White May, Peirol-driven Oil Tank Barge, 148
  • - White Star Liners Olympic and Titanic, 209 (Four Two-page Supplements, March 3rd, 1911)
  • - White Star Lauer Titanic, Launch of, 567, 575
  • SHIPBUILDING Works, London and Glasgow, l58, 166
  • Shipyard and Engineering Works, Nederlandsche, at Amsterdam, 64, 68 (Two-page Supplement, January 26th, 1911)
  • Shipyard at Low Walker, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 144 ; (Correction), 199
  • Show, The Aero and Motor Boat, 326, 347
  • Show, Royal Agricultural, at Norwich, 668, 672 signalling, Cao, on the London and South-Western Railway, 652
  • Side Valve, Russell, 331
  • Spark Sights for Internal Combustion Eng 414
  • Spinning Frame, Ring Mule Company, 49
  • Steam Condensing Plant, W. A. Dexter, (Letter), 123
  • Steam Wagon—see Wagon
  • Steel Sheds at Montreal, 400, 434
  • Stoker, Mechanical, Bennis, 497
  • Stoker, Mechanical, for Locomotives, D. F. Crawford, 594
  • Stripping Apparatus for Carding Engines, Pneumatic, Cook and Co., 72
  • Subways, The “Elephant,” 120
  • Sugar Machinery in Peru, 106, 129, 140
  • Superheater Engine—see Locomotives
  • Superheater for Stirling Boilers, Ferguson Superheaters, 124; (Correction), 150
  • Surface Combustion, Dr. Bone, 381

T

  • TABULATOR, British Tabulating Machine Company, 96, 146, 196, 279
  • Tank, National Experimental, and its Equipment, G. S. Baker, 366
  • Tank, Nine-million Gallon Water, at Calcutta, Clayton, 436, 438
  • Tanks, Anti-rolling, at Sea, Herr Frahm, 378
  • Telescopic Mast, T. Birnbaum, 100
  • Temperature, Automatic Regulation of, 218
  • Temperature Measurement, Leskole Company, 487
  • Tennis Courts, Covered, at Dulwich, 393
  • Tenoning Machine, Vertical End, T. Robinson and Son, 228
  • Tester, Moisture—see Moisture
  • Thermostat, Steam Valve and Heating System, 218
  • Tidal Basin on the Clyde, Construction, 158
  • Time Recorder, Stockall-Brook Time Recorders Limited, 256
  • Tire and Axle-making Plant, P. R. Jackson and Co., 514, 515, 518
  • Torsion Testing Machine, Professor Lilly, 175
  • Trackless Car—see Railless
  • Traction and Ploughing Engines in the United States, 333, 374, 384
  • Tractor, Oil, Railway, Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., 496, 497
  • Tractors at the Royal Agricultural Show, 668, 672
  • Train Ferry—see Ferry
  • Train Lighting System, Leeds Forge Company, 390
  • Training Wall for Port of Rangoon, 563
  • Trams, Simplex Motor, 254
  • Transmitter, Hydro-dynamical, Dr. Foettinger, 328
  • Transporter Bridge at Nantes, 588, 596
  • Tunnel, Beacon Hill, Kowloon-Canton Railway, 428, 431
  • Tunnels under the Seine for North-South Paris Railway, 636
  • Turbine, Lunedale, at Walton Pumping Station, 640; (Letter), 682
  • Turbine, Steam, and Gearing for Driving a Rolling Mill, C. A. Parsons, 358, 362 ; (Correction), 385
  • Turbines, Brown, Boveri, 130
  • Turbines, 7500 H.P. and 15,000 H.P., for Driving United Spates Scout Cruiser and Battleship, 365 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1911)
  • Turbines of French. Battleships Condorcet and Voltaire, 266, 274
  • Turbines, Geared, Experience with, in the Cargo Steamer Vespasian, Hon. C. A. Parsons and R. J. Walker, 355
  • Turbines, Most Economical Vacuum for, W. A. Dexter, 76
  • Turbines, Year’s Progress in Design of, 57, 84, 130, 162, 216
  • Turbines, Zoelly, Escher, Wyss and Co., 216

U

  • UNWATERING a Cornish Tin Mine, 568

V

  • VACUUM Brake Ejector, Gresham and Craven, 283
  • Vacuum Cesspool Exhauster, Merryweather, 23
  • Vacuum for Turbines, Most Economical, W. A. Dexter, 76
  • Valve, Hydraulic, Jens Orten-Boving, 297
  • Valve, Osborne Non-cutting, 490; (Letter), 541

W

  • WAGON, Three-ton Steam, Mann’s Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Company, 604
  • Water Supply Pumping Station at Walton, 616, 620, 640, 643 ; (Letter), 682
  • Water Tank, Nine-million Gallon, at Calcutta, Clayton, 436, 438
  • Water Towers at York, Reinforced Concrete, Trussed Concrete Steel Company, 244, 245
  • Waterworks, Manchester, 82 (Two-page Supplement, January 27th, 1911)
  • Well at Beaconsfield, 652
  • Wheel, Cast Steel Y-Spoked, Atlas Resilient Road Wheels, Limited, 670
  • Winch Installation, Electric, at Tyne Dock, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 469
  • Works at Amsteraam, Nederlandsche Fabriek and Shipbuilding Company, 64, 68 (Two page Supplement, January 20th, 1911)
  • Works, Brown, Boveri, at Baden, 107, 109, 116


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