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

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  • ACCELEROMETER, A Recording and Equilibristat, Wimperis, 652

Accidents:

  • Airship Disasters, 521
  • American Railway Accidents, 502
  • Hawes Junction, Midland Railway. 321
  • Killingworth Colliery Explosion, 338
  • Ormskirk Railway Accident, 65
  • Paris Accident and Aeroplane Progress, 546
  • Railway Accident Returns, 618
  • Taff Vale Collision at Coke Ovens, 386, 391
  • Willesden and Wavertree Collisions, 304, 308 ; (Letters), 445
  • Wreck of the Lebaudy Army Airship, 486
  • Year’s Railway Accidents, 542
  • Zeppelin Disaster, 521
  • ACTION of Aqueous Solutions of Single Mixed Electrolytes upon Iron, Dr. J. Friend, 513
  • Adhesion of Silver on German Silver, Professor A. McWilliam and Mr. W. R. Barclay, 88
  • Aerodynamics—see Aeronautics

Aeronautics:

  • Aerodynamics, 591
  • Aero Engines at Olympia, 347 ; (Letter), 365— For Names see Engines and Motors
  • Aero-Mechanical Science in Germany, H. S. Rowell, 564
  • Air-ship Disasters, 521
  • Cody Aeroplane, The New, 662
  • Flying in France, 348
  • Manoeuvring Aeroplanes at Low Speeds, 598 Naval Airship, 542
  • Naval Dirigible Balloon Shed at Barrow, 171
  • Paris Accident and Aeroplane Progress 546
  • Problems Rotating to Aircraft, M. O'Gorman, 268
  • Wreck of the Lebaudy Army Airship, 486
  • AGRICULTURAL Machinery at Royal Show, Norwich, 668, 672
  • Agricultural Machinery at Turin, 660
  • Air Compressors—see Compress »rs
  • Alexander, F. H.. on Influence of Longitudinal Distribution of Weight upon the Beading Moments of Ships among Waves, 378
  • Allcutr, E. A., on the Effect of Varying the Proportions of Air and tttoam on a Gas Producer, 466, 473
  • Alloy Copper Zinc, New Critical Point on, Professor H. C, H. Carpenter and Mr. C. A. Edwards, 88
  • Alloys, Corrosion of, J. Rhodin, 129; (Letters) 186, 227
  • Alpine Tunnels, 242
  • Aluminium Plates, Softening of Water by, T. B. Duggan, 392
  • Aluminium Solder, 365
  • Amalgamation, Railway, 462
  • American Coal Mine for Investigating Mine Explosions, 666

American Engineering’ News: 542. 578

  • American Fluorspar Mine and Works, 578 American Steel Foundry, 578
  • Coke Works of the Aigoma Steel Company, 578
  • Convertible Simple or Compound Steam Engine,
  • Petrol Hoist for Shafts, 578
  • Strawberry Valley Tunnel, 542
  • ANALYSES of Scale formed in an Enclosed Feed-heater, A. W. Empson, 190

Annual Article :

  • AERONAUTICS, 20 Eliminaiion of Chance, 20 Notable Flights, 20 Showman’s Influence, 20
  • BRIDGES, 21
  • CHEMISTRY IN 1910, 6
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, IN 1910, 5
  • Agreculture, 6
  • Electrical S'ueltine^, 6
  • Electricity Supply Stations, 5
  • Lamps 0
  • Omnibuses, 6
  • Rai ways, 5
  • Telegraphy and Telephony, 6
  • Textile Mills, 6
  • Tramway”, 5
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 6
  • Workshops, 6
  • GAS SUPPLY, 22
  • Carnon’sing Plant. 22
  • Gas for Heating, 22
  • Metropolis, 22
  • Public Lighting, 22
  • Purification and Quality of Gas, 22
  • Residual Products, 22
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1910, 4
  • Antwerp, 5
  • Be I fas'-, 6
  • Canada, 5
  • Canals. 5
  • Cape Cod Canal, 5
  • Clyde, The 5
  • Dover, 4
  • Fleetwood, 4
  • Humber, The, 4 loswich, 4 Kiel Canal, 5 Liverpool, 4
  • London, Port of, 4
  • Lowestoft, 4
  • Meihd, &
  • Paris, 5
  • Ribb'e. 4
  • River Dde, 4
  • S -u-hampton, 4
  • Tees, The, 4
  • Tyne, The, 5
  • INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES, 17
  • Gas Engines, Big, 18
  • Gas Pump, The. 18
  • Gas Turbine, The, 18
  • Oil Engines, 17
  • LOCOMOTIVES, 17
  • Comparative Tests, 17
  • MARINE ENGINEERING, 18
  • Boilers, 18
  • British Mercantile Work, 18
  • British Naval Work, 18
  • Geared Turbines, 18
  • Internal Combustion Engines, 20
  • Marine Engineering Abroad, 20
  • Marine Engines, 18
  • MOTOR CARS, 20
  • RAILWAYS IN 1910, 24
  • British Colonies and Protectorates, 24
  • Europe, Continent of, 24
  • Other Railways, 25
  • United Kingdom, 24
  • SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1910, 25
  • Birds and Filler Budf*, 26
  • Cardiff Western District’s Main Sewer, 26 General Survey, 25
  • Glasgow, Sewage Disposal in, 25
  • London Main Drainage, North Side, 25
  • London Main Drainage, South Side, 25 Manchester’s New Drainage Scheme, 26 Preseot, Purification Results at, 26 Richmond, Surrey, New Works at, 26 Royal Commission, 25
  • Rule-of-Thumb Sewage Disposal, 26
  • Sewage, Are Vegetables Contaminated by? 26
  • Tributary Streams of the Clyde, 25
  • STEAM ENGINES. 16
  • Condensers, 16
  • Steam Turbines, 16
  • Superheating, 16
  • WAR MATERIAL IN 1910, 3 Ammunition, 3 Field Artillery, 3
  • Field Wireless Telegraphy, 4 Fortifications, 4
  • Machine Guos and Small Arms, 4 Mountain and Balloon Guns, 3
  • WATER SUPPLY IN 1910, 8 Derwent Valley Works, 9 Glasgow, 8
  • Mechanical Filtration, 9 Metropolitan Water Board, 8 Portsmouth Waterworks, 9 Reservoirs Completed. 9 Sterilisation of Water. 9 Thirlinere Pipe Line, The Third, 9 Vienna, Additional Supply, 9 Vyrnwy Scheme, Completion, 9 Walto I. Pumping Station at, 8 Water Supplies Protection Bill, 8
  • ENGINEERING IN AMERICA IN 1910, 45 Bridges 4.5 Coke and Gas, 119
  • Drainage and Irrigation, 46
  • Electric Driving of Factories, 119 Electric Furnaces, 119 Iron and Steel. 119
  • Low-pressure Turbines, 119 Naval Matters, 120 Pumping Engines, 119
  • Railways. 45
  • Railway Engineering, 119 Railway Rails. 119
  • Railway Robing Stock, 119 Sewage Disposal, 46 Shipbuilding, 120 Special Machines 119 Steel and other Works, 119 Tramways. 120
  • Tunnels, 45 Water Supply, 46 Waterways, 46
  • Welding and Cutting by Blow-pipe, 119
  • ARBITRATION—see Labour Arms—see Material
  • Arnold, Professor, and Professor A. A. Read on Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, Chromium, and Carbon. 538
  • Artillery S( ience, Sir G. Greenhib, 648
  • Ashley, Professor W. J., on Training for Engineering Business, 425, 439, 622 ; (Letters), 474 498,J525, 541

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS and SOCIBTIBS:

  • Association, British Foundrymen’s:
  • Brasses and Bronzes, P. Loogmuir, 415
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Large Two-cycle Gas Engines, Alan E. L. Chorlton, 217, 296
  • Paper-making Machinery, T. W. Sharpe, 121 Rolling Mill and Blowing Engines, H. Pilling, 267
  • Steam Condensing Plant, W. A. Dexter, 76
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
  • Annual Convention, 490, 665
  • Modern Wiring Practice, J. W. Beauchamp, 665
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Action of Aqueous Solutions of Mixed Ebccro ytes upon Iron, Friend, 613
  • Annual Meeting and Programme,
  • Scholarships, 397, 498, 510, 536, 653
  • Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, Cnromium, and Carbon, Professor Arnold and Professor A. A. Read, 538
  • Corrosion of Metals, P. Longmuir, 513
  • Institute, Iron and Steel {continued');
  • Growth of Cast Irons after Repeated Heatings,
  • Professor H. C. H. Carpent r, 536
  • Influence of Impurities < n the Corrosion of
  • Iron, J. W. Cobb, 513, 526
  • Influence of 2 per cent, of Vanadium on Steel of Varying Carbon Content, Professor A. McWilJiam, 538
  • Influence of Vanadium upon the Physical Proper ti«s of Cast Iron, W. H. Hatfield 538
  • Iron Silicon Carbon Alloys, W. Gonceriuann, 539
  • Mfthinical Properties of Some Nickel Steels, E. C. Glauert and S. Hilpert, 539
  • Mecbanicalisiutz Anajyoi» as ah A’d to Accuracy and Speed for CommerciHl Purposes, C. H. and N. D. Ridsdale, 539, 553
  • Orierin of Sedimentary Ores of Iron, W. H. Herdsman, 539
  • Prt cess for the Desiccation of Air by Calcium Chloride, F. A. Daubine and E. V. Roy, 498, 510
  • Some Properties of Heat-treated 3 per cent, N’ckel Steels, A. McWilliam ana E. J. Barnes, 539
  • Some Studies of Welds, W. P. Digby, E. F. Law, and W. H. Merrett, 512
  • Volumetre Estimation of Sulphur in Iron and Steel, T. G. E liott, 539
  • Weld<ng-up of Blow Holes and Cavities in Steel Ingots, J. E. Stead, 498, 512
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Adhesion of Silver on German Silver, Professor A. McWilliam and Mr. W. R. Barclay, 88
  • Annual Conference, 71, 88
  • Corrosion Committee, Donations for Research Work, 392 ; Report by Guy D. Bengough, 66, 71, 97, 122
  • Critical Point on Copper Zinc Alloys, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Mr. C. A. Edwards 88
  • Some Practical Experience with the Corrosion of Meta's, Engineer Rear - Admiral J. T. Corner, 71, 73
  • Tests on White Anti-friction Metal, Professor C. A. M. Smith and Mr. H. J. Humphries, 88
  • Visit to H. M. S. Thunderer at Thames Ironworks Shipyard, 71
  • Institution of Civil Engineers:
  • Annual Dinner, 311
  • Apportionment of Training Between Practical Work and Scientific Study, &c., A. F. Yarrow, 678
  • Coast Erosion, W. T. Djuglass. 215
  • Conference on Education, 502, 594, 675 Detroit River Tunnel, W. J. Wilgus, 161 Development in Road Traffic, Road Construction, &c., H. P. May bury, 397
  • Electrification of Portion of London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, P. Dawson, 310
  • James Forrest Lec.ure, F. H. Hatvh, 666
  • Literary Education and Engineering, Rev. Dr. J. Gow, 676
  • Mathematical and Scientific Subjects and other Subjects of Literate Education, and ?., Professor S. P. Thompson, 676
  • Modern Railway Sigtailing, A. T. Blackall, 256 Pass Liht, 311
  • Pant, Present, and Future of the Gold Mining ludhbtry of the Witwatersrand. Transvaal, F. H. Hatch, 666
  • Reconstruction and Widening of Arpley Bridge W. Dawson, 76
  • Requirements of Practical Training in Works. W. H. Allen, 678
  • Specialised Entrance Examinations for University Courses cf Study in Engineering, &c., Professor A. K. Schwari z, h77
  • Strengthening of the Rocf of New-street Station, Birmingham, W. Dawson, 76
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers:
  • Summer Meeting, 1911, Programme, 653
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers: iVnnual Meeting; Report, Elections, Prizes, 184
  • Buildings Extension. 298, 302
  • Effect of Varying the Proportions of Air and Steam on a Gas Producer, E. A. Allcut, 466, 473
  • Gas Producers, J. Emerson Dowson, 466, 500 Modern Electrical Dock Equipment, W. Dixon
  • and G. H. Baxter, 88 95, 184 Presidential Address, E. B. E'lington, 311, 339 Zurich Meeting Programme, 630
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Acceleration in Front of a Propeller, R. E. Fruude, 378
  • Anti-rolling Tanks at Sea, Herr Frahm, 378 Considt rations Affecting Local Strength Calculations of Sh’ps, J. Montgomerie, 378
  • Description of a Stability and Trim Indicator, S. B. Ralston, 403
  • Deiern.ination, by Photo-elastic Methods, cf the Distribution of Stress in Plates of Variable Sectii n, with some Application to Ship’s Plating, Professor E. G Coker, 405
  • Diestl Engines for Sea-going Vessels, J, T. Milton, 377, 395
  • General Propositions and Diagrams Relating to the Balancing of the Four-cylinder Marine Engine, C. E. Ingiis, 404
  • Inftnence of Lmgitudinal Distribution of Weight upon the B-noing MomentH of Ships Among Waves, F, H. Alexander, 378
  • Investigation into the Stresses in a Screw Propeller Blade, Engineer-Lieutenant A. Turner. 378
  • Jubilee Meeting Programme, 627
  • New De-igu of Meichant Vessel, Maxwell Ballard, 406
  • Problem ot Size in Battleships, Professor J. J. We ch, 353
  • Spring Meeting and Programme, 307, 353, 377, 403
  • Ste»-rmg Gear Experiments on the Turbine Yacht Albion, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw and Mr. F. L. Martmt-au, 403, 417
  • Twelve Months’ Experience with Geared Turbines in the Cargo Steamer Vespasian. Hon. C. A. Parsons and Mr. R. J. Walker, 355
  • Institution, Royal:
  • Surface Combustion, Dr. Bone, 381
  • Society, Glasgow University Engineering:
  • Sewage Disposal, W, C. Easton, 66
  • Society, Manchester Geological and Mining:
  • Coal Duse Experiments, Comments on. Sir H. Hill 63
  • Society, Royal:
  • Conversazione, Exhibits, 486, 618
  • Society, Royal, of Arts:
  • Beet Sugar Factories. H. W IHams, 486 Caisson Sickness and Comprested Air, L. E.
  • H.li, 243
  • AUSTRALIAN Engineering, 439 Automatic Regulation of Temperature, 218 Axle Brass-buring Machine, Cunliffe and Croom, 487
  • Axle Turning Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • BAKER, G. S., on the National Experimental Tank and its Equipment, 366
  • Baling Piant, Cotton, E. Mills and Son, 526 Baling Press, Electric, Hindle, Maitland and Co., 5y4
  • Ball Bearings for Shafts, Swivel, The Skefko, Unbreakable Poliey a» d Mill Gearing Company, 603 ; (Letter), 627
  • Ballard, Max wall, on a New Design of Merchant Vessel, 406
  • Barclay, Mr. W. R., and Professor A. McWilliam, on Adhes'on of Silver on German Silver, 88
  • Baxter, G. H., and W. Dixon, on Modern Electrical Dock Equipment, 88. 95, 184
  • Beacomfielrt, Now Well at, 652 Bearings—see Ball Bearings Beanchamp, J. W., on Modern Wiring Practice, .
  • 665
  • Beet Sngar Factories, H. Williams, 486 Belgian Arms Factory, 320, 330
  • Bell, Henry, The Gurnet Steamboat and, 37; (Getter), 40
  • Bellasis, E. S., on Loss of Head at Bends in
  • Pipes, 533 ; (C(>rrecti< n), 573; (Leiter) 627 Bench, Double Elgiog, A. Ransome and Co., 73 Berds in Pipes, L FS ot Hr-ad, E. S, Bellasis, 533 ;
  • (Correction), 573; (Letter) 627
  • Bengough, Guy D., Report on Corrosion of Metals, 66, /O, 71, 97, 122, 129
  • Bethlehem S eel Works, Improvements at, 602 Biles, Professor J. H., on the Modern Battleship. 89
  • Blackpool Promenade Widening, 539, 544 Bleaching. Electrolytic. E. Reuss, 221 Booking, T. G., on Graphic Calculation of the
  • Flow of Water in Pipes, 565
  • Bodmer’s Mil! for Wrought Iron Tires, 1842, 515

Boilers:

  • Electric Tube Scaler, Nirascou, 228 Forced Circulation, 167
  • Gas Explosions in Boiler Fines, 243 Huber Traction Engine Boiler, 331, 335 Midland Railway Power Station at Darby,
  • Boilers and Mechauical Stokers at, 188. 192
  • New Boiler Scalitg Tools, Boiler Sealers Limited, 601
  • Refoimation of Boiler Engineering, J. T. Nicobon, 39, 43, 51. 99, 185, 221, 280; (Letters) 39, 75, 99, 138, 185. 227
  • Sc de Formed i»« an Enclobed Feed Heater, A. W. Empson, 190
  • Sectional Steam Boiler, E. S. Bindley and Sone, 579
  • Smoke Prevention on Steam Boilers, 468 Stoker, Mechanical, Bennis, 497
  • Superheaters—see Superheaters
  • Surface Combusnon, Dr. Bone, 381
  • Turin Exhibition, Boiler Equipment at, Home and Foreign, 611
  • BOMBAY Hydro-electric Scheme, 402
  • Bone, Dr., on Surface Combustion, 381
  • B lost'^rs—see Electrical Matters
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Brake Dynamometer, Lirge Fan, W. G. Walter, 297
  • Brak« Ejector, Vacuum, Gresham and Craven, 283 .
  • Brakes—Railways
  • Brasses and Bronzes, P. Longmuir, 415

Bridges:

  • Arpley Bridge Reconstruction, 76
  • Boston, Old Wooden Railway Bridge, Reconstruction, 23
  • Canton-Hankow Railway Bridges, 479
  • Light Factory Bridge, 468
  • Pend O'-HIle Bridge Erection, 569. 572
  • Quebec Bridge, Contract Signed, 406
  • Tenders, 443
  • Schtm«*s of Ejection Proposed for, 523, 549 551
  • Tests of Moael Chords for, 291, 321 «
  • Transporter Bridge at Nantes, 588. 596 Unusual Method of Erecting a Bridge, 569, 572
  • BRITISH Inventor: His Decadence and the Remedy, W. O. Horsnaill, 661, 674
  • Buildings of ihe Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 298, 02
  • Bursaries, Industrial, 579
  • Burton-Alexander, J. T., on Some French Locomotive Performances, 560, 587
  • CAB Signalling—.tee Railways
  • Caisson Sickness and Compressed Air, L, E. Hill, 243
  • Caissons, Ferro-concrete, for Kobe Harbour, 292 {Tu'o-page Svppie^nen' March 24th 1911)
  • Calendars, Diaries, for 1911, 30, 52, 173, 229, 288
  • Callondar, Professor H. L., on the Caloric Theory of Heat and CamoPs Principle, 175, 249
  • Caloric Theory i f Heat and C-*rnot*s Principle, Professor H. L. Callendar, 175 249
  • Calorific Value of Solid and Liqiud Fuels, W. Inchley, 155
  • Calorimeter in the Power House, 621; (Letter), 682
  • Cam-, Design of, for High-speed Motors, R. F. McKay, 614
  • Canal, Mid-Scotland Ship, 323
  • Cana’, Panama (Ticentg page Supplement^ Jiuie 9iA, 1911)
  • Canal Report, Another, 94
  • Canals and Inland Navigations of Ireland, 482 Capstans, Hydraulio, at Belfast D ck, 446 Carding Engines. Pneumatic Stripping Apparatus for, Co k and Co., 72
  • Carpenter, Professor H C. H ,on Growth of Cast Irons after Repeated Heatrngs, 536
  • Carpenter, Pr foss »r H. C. H., and Mr. C. A. Edwards on Now Critical Point on Copper- Zinc A loyp, 88
  • Cast Steel Y spoked Wheels for Tractors, Atlas Resilient Road Wheels, 670

Catalogues:

  • 102. 126. 176, 287, 314. 343, 422, 502, 530, 554, 582, 606, 632. 657,684
  • CEMENT Works, Hungarian, Excavator for, 667
  • Cesspool Exhauster, Steam Motor Vacuum, Merry weather, 23
  • Chart for fhe Calculation of Engineering For- mu’se, M. E. J. Gheury, 182
  • Chiscr—see Machine Tools
  • Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, &c. —see Iron
  • Chile, Port of—dee Harbours
  • Chorlton, Alan L. E., on Large Two-cycle Gas Enkfines, 217, 222 296
  • Clyde Dredgers and the Port of Durban, 525
  • Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships
  • Clyde, Tida' Ba in at Midnlaton, 158
  • Clyde and Tyne Shipyard Extensions, 144, 158, 166

Coal, Coke, and Collieries:

  • Accident Prevention and Rescue Appliances, 522
  • Air-compressing Plant at a Norman ton Colliery, Robey and C 676
  • American Coal Mine for Investigating Mine Explosions, 566
  • Coal-cutting Machinery at Manchester Exhibition, 523
  • Coal Dust Experiments, Comments on, Sir H. Hall, 63
  • Coal Dost, Explosibility of, 81. 239, 317, 331 Collier and Coal Plant at Montreal, 434
  • Eight Hours Act in the North, 194
  • Elevator and Belt Conveyor at Midland Rail- V7ay Power Station at Derby, Leech Goodall and Co., 188, 192
  • English and German Coal Competition, 412
  • Killing worth Colliery Explosion, 338
  • Labour Questions—see Labour
  • Limitition <-f ihe Production of Coal, 674 Manchester Exhibition, 522
  • Mechanical Handling of Coal and Ore, 569
  • Mines Bill, 303
  • Pittsburg Experimental Gallery, 81
  • Production of Coal. 276
  • Saf-ty Lsnip Testing Machine, Ackroyd and Best. 522
  • Safety Lamps, Anp-^ratus fnr Training Miners in Us^ of, G, H. Winstanley, 522
  • Safe y Lamps, Vwrious Improvements, 522
  • S ur.b Wales Deadlock, 574
  • Tyne Dock, Motor-d riven Coal Conveyor at, Cowans. Si eldon and Co., Limited, 199
  • CO2 RECORDERS in Power Station s, 90
  • Coast Erosion, W. T. Douglass, 215
  • Coasr, Erosion, The R^jai Commission, 664
  • Cobb, J. W., on lofluence of Impurities on the
  • Corrosion of Iron, 513, 526
  • Cocaine in Peru, The Production of, 549
  • Cody— see Aeronautics
  • Ci’gnate Inventions, 156
  • Coker, Professor E. G., on the Determination by Photo-elastic Methods of toe Distribution of Stress in Plates of Variable Section, 405 Combustion, Surface, Dr. Bone, 381
  • Commerce and Science—see Training for Engineering Business, Professor W. G. Ashley, 425, 439
  • Commercial and Technical Relations of Engineering Design and Work, T. Frame Thomson, 629
  • Compressor Plant for 180 H.P. Marine Oil Engine, Parsons Motor Company, 548
  • Compressor, Two-^tage Air. Tilghman’a Patent Sand Blast Company, 523
  • Compressors, Ai”, at Manchester Exhibition, 523
  • Compressors, Horizontal Compound Air, at a Normanton Colliery, Robey and Co., Limited, 576
  • Compulsory Insurance, 493. 545 ; (Letter), 653 Compulsory Technical Education, 223
  • Concrete Caissons for K 'be Htrbour, 292 (Two- page Supplement^ March ^^^th 1911)
  • Concrete, R in^orced, Water Towers, 244, 245 Con* rcte, Reinforcement of, 484
  • Condensation, More about, 194
  • Condenser Economics, 332
  • Condeoser Tubes, Corrosion of, 195
  • Connensers of the White S^ar Lioer Olympic, &c., 209 (Four Two-page Supplements^ March ^rd^ 1911)
  • Conferences on Education—see Education Constants, Tables of, 604

Contracts:

  • 28 55, 78, 103, 126. 352, 176, 204, 232, 260, 286, 314, 342, 372. 396, 422, 450, 476, 504, 530, 556, 554, 606, 632, 684
  • Contracts with the Government, 108
  • Copper Zinc Alloys. New Critical Point on, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Mr, C. A. Elwarrta, 88
  • Corner, Engineer Rear-Admiral J. T., on Some Practical Experience with Corrosion of Metals, 70, 71, 73
  • CoruJsh Tin Mine, Unwatering, 568
  • Corrosion of Alloys, J. Rhoaiu, 129; (Letter), 186, 227
  • of Couoenser Tubes, 195
  • of Condenser Tubes, Apparatus for Te&ting, G D. B.-ngf ugh. 1*22
  • of Iron, Influence of Impurities on the, J. W. CobP, 513, 526
  • of Metal-, Dona ions for Research Work, 392 ; Report by Guy D. Bangough, 66, 70, 71, 97, 122, 129, 195 of Metals, P. Longmuir, 5x3
  • of Metals, Some Practical Experience with. Engineer Rear-Admiral J. T. Corner, 70, 71, 73
  • Cost of Earth woik in Lower Egypt, 609
  • Co-t of Excavation on Large Engineering Works, 635, 669
  • Cotton B>iling Plant, Hydraulic, Edwin Mills and Son 526
  • Crampton Locom-^tives—see Railway Locomotives Cran*“, 20j-Ton CantildVer, Fairfield Shipbuilding Company, 345
  • Crane, Floating, at Nederlandsche Work«, 64 Crane, 150- Con Tower at St. Nazdre Douk, 7 cranes and Gantries at Low Walker shipyard, Royce, Limiied, 144 ; (Correo<i-»L), 199
  • Cranes at London ana Giasg«-W Ctmpany'b Shops, 160
  • Cranes, Overhead Travelling, The Racking or Skewing of. E. G. Fxegeaen, 624
  • Crusher, Disc Scone, Symons, 282
  • Curtis Turbineb—see Turbines
  • Curves of Stability, 412
  • Cutting Tools—Machine Tools
  • Cylinder Wall, Ikfluence of the, 70 ; (Letter), 172
  • DAM, High Masonry, Problem of the, R. Ryves, 181, 22-S
  • Dam, I he Horseshoe, on the Bow River, Alberta,
  • A. S. Diwson, 639, 646 ; (Curreouo«)> 670 Daubine, F. A., and E. V. Roy on Process for
  • the Desiccation of Air by Calcium Chloride, 498, 510
  • Dawson, A. S., on the Horseshoe Dam on the Bow River, Alber a, 639, 646
  • Dawson, P., on E ectnfication of Portion of London, Brighton and {South Coast Railway, 3i0
  • Design of Cams for High-speed Motors, R. F. McKay, 614
  • Desiccation of Air by Calcium Chloride, F. A, Dautiine and E. V. Roy, 498, 5l0
  • De Villarail, Colonel R., on Liquid Resistance, 430 ; (Letter), 499
  • Dexter, W. A., on bteam Condensing Plant, 76 ; (Litter), 123
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines and Motors
  • Digby, W. P., and Others, on Some Studies of Welds, 512
  • Disc Stone Crusher. Symons, 282
  • Dixon, W., and O. H. Baxter, on Modern Elec* trical Dock Equipment, 88, 95, 184

Docks

  • Belfast Dock, Hydraulic Capstans at, Arm* strong, Whitworth, 446
  • Concrete Caissons in Kobe Harbour, Dock for LHUDChincr, 292 [Tivo-paae Supplementf March* 2ith, 1911)
  • Electrical Dock Equipment, Modern, W. Dixon and G. H. Baxt-'r, 88, 95
  • Electric Winch Installation at Tyne Dock, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 469
  • Fish Dock at Fieetwood. 426, 429
  • Floatintr Dock—see Fl‘»atinir
  • French Dreadnought Drv Docks at Bordeaux and St. N«zaire, 7, 8, 14, 19
  • New York and the Leviathans, 336
  • Salvage Dock for Raising Sunken Vessels, Herr von Kdtzing, 472

Dockyard Notes:

  • Achilles, H.M.S., Coaling Record, 218 Active, H. M. Cruiser, 190
  • Argentine Destroyers, Progress, 295
  • Argentine Dreadnoughts and American Constructors, 246
  • Dockyard Notes (confintted):
  • Australia and New Zealander, Chancres in Desiun, 71 ®
  • Austrian Dreadnought, Tegetthoff, 246
  • Austrian Dreadnought’, Progress. 472, 539 Austro-HuogATian Dreadnoughts, 190 246 Aviation for Naval Officers, 71
  • Graving Dock, Largest in the World, 100
  • Brazihan R’o de Janeiro’s Armament, 570
  • Brazilian Warships and Naval PoHov, 295
  • Canal to Form Link with Rosyth, 174
  • Centurion, H.M. Battleship. 100
  • Chilian Battleships’ Altered Dedgn, 295, 624 19o”^ Home Fleet at Arosa Bay,
  • Colossus, H.ivr. Battleship, Dick Trals, 190
  • Conqueror, H.M., of 188l and of 1911, 487 Cranes, F o^tting, for British and German
  • Navies, Lord C. Beresford’s Questions, 272
  • Cranes at Portsmouth Djcky^rd, 174
  • Curtiss Biplanes Ordered by Germany. 446
  • Destroyers H.M., being built by Yarrows, Names Announced, 624
  • D^onporc Dockyard, locrea'^ed Shipping and
  • Repairing Acc-.mmodation. 246 670
  • Dockyard Extensi ms, 71, 246, 570
  • Dockyards, IncreasH in Numoers of Men, 71
  • Dixkyards, Rojal, Engineering Staff, Proposed Change, 570 o / r
  • Drbke, H M. Crui?er, Refit, 190, 472
  • Draughtsmen in Royal Dockyards, London Allowances, 624
  • Dreadnought, H.M. Battleship, Repairs, 472 Dredging at Dcvonport, 71
  • Dutch Destroyer W. K, Trial, 174
  • Egeria. Surveying Ship, Condemned, 446
  • Eltiu, H.M.S., Salvage of, 100
  • Firth Of Forth, Fortifications at North Queens- ferry, 100
  • Formidable, H.M. Battleship, 71
  • French Battleship Danton Grounded during Turbine Trials, 72
  • Batdethi^s of ihe Danton Class Approaching Completion, 539
  • B^tleships Voitaire and Condorcet,
  • Dest’-oyer Flotilla, 272 Navol Disasters in 1910, 71 Naval ProgresH, 100, 246 Naval Re >rganu-ation Scheme, 246 Submarine Chides Brun 71 Torpedo B ,ata Scrapped, 624 AVireless Telegraphy, Change of ' System, 71
  • Gas Buoys in the Medway, 100
  • German Battleship Er.-atz Heimdal, 446 j hunched as Friedrich der Grosse, 624
  • Bauleship Ersatz Hildebrand, 272 BaTtlei»hip Ostfnesland, Completion, 71, 272
  • Battleship Yon der Tann, 295, 446 Battleships Oldenberg and Ersatz A^gir Delayed, 446
  • Cruiser Erea'z Bussard, 639
  • Dreadnoughts Moltke and Goeben. 446 ’
  • Dreadnought Thunngen, Trials, 472
  • Greek Armoured Cruiser Averoff, Trial Results, 472
  • Guns for Battleships, Armstrong-Vickers Type Preferred by (Join mission, 487

^670 14in,, Brazil as Originator of,

  • Hercules, H.M. Battleship, Trials, 272 Higbfiyer,^H.M. Cruiser, as Fiagshin for East Indies, zl
  • Inflexible, H.M. Battleship, Collision Injuries somewhat Serious, 624
  • Invincible. H.M, Cruiser, Refit, 218
  • Italian Dante A'ighieri, Increased Displacement due to Change in Plans, 71
  • Italian Dreadnouxhts’ Armament, Insufficiency of Home Supplies, 624
  • Italian Naval Estimues, 246
  • Italian Scouts Marsala and Nini Bixio, 216 King George V., H.M. Battleship Laid Down,
  • Kropp’s Employes, 295
  • Mechanicians for Battleships and Large Cruisers,
  • Mitchell, Mr. E. H., Goes from Admiralty to CammelJ, Laird’s, 71
  • Naval Cadets, 487
  • New Zealand’s Dreadnought Cruiser, 639, 624 Od-engined Battleships, Rumours, 296
  • Navy, Satisiactory Results,
  • Oil Storage Depot near Turnchapol, 71 OrdnancH, Chief Inspector of, New Appoint ment, 9
  • Orion, HM. Battleship, Constructional Arrangements, 9, 100
  • Portsmouth Dry and Floating Docks, 100, 174 Pumping Machinery at Paisley for Portsmouth Dockyard, 174
  • Queen Mary, H.M. Cruiser, Details, 246
  • Russian Admiralty Reorganised, 670
  • Russian Battleship Emperor Paul, 295
  • S^il-making, Ancient and Modern. 487
  • Sheerness Harbour Deepening, 272
  • Sir William White Awarded the John Fritz . Medal, 218
  • Stork, H. M S., to be S:Tapped, 472
  • Submarices Leave f.»r China, 71
  • Swedish Bittleship Ordered, 570 Tanks, Rolling, for Preventing Oscillation.
  • Herr Frahm, 295
  • Thunderer, H.M. Battleship, Launch, 71
  • United States Coal Quality Tests on West Virginia and Marybnd, 472
  • United States Experiments in Naval Devices, 2/ 2
  • United States Naval Appropriation Bill, 218 United States Naval Gunnery, Cruiser Maryland the Champion, 174
  • Uuited States Navy and Reciprocating Engines, 295
  • Vanguard, H.M. Battleship, Guns, 190 Warships Scrapped, 539
  • DOORAKKER^, G , on Milling of Shell Reamers with Irregular Teeth, 433
  • Double Edging Bench, A. Ransome and Co,, 73 Douglass, W. T., on Coast Erosion, 216 Dowson, J. Emerson, on Gas Producers, 466, 500 Dredger, Le Loire, at Nantes, 588 Dredger, Stationary Pontoon for the Tees
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Limited, 629
  • Dredgers, Clyde, and the Port of Durban, 525
  • Dredgers, Dioper, Drill Boat and other Equipment for Grain Storage at Montreal, 401, 410
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools and Rock Drills
  • Dryness Fraction of Steam after Adiabatic Expansion, F. J. Kean, 436
  • Dud Dudley, 471
  • Duggan, T. B., on Softening of Water by Aluminium Plates, 392
  • Dulwich Covered Tennis Courts, 393
  • Durban, Clyde Dredgers and the Port of, 525 Dynamometer, Large Fan Brake, W. G. Walker, 297
  • EARTHWORK in Lower Egypt, Cost of, 609 i Easton, W. C., on Sewage Disposal, 66 Education, Compulsory Technical, 223
  • Education Conferences, 466
  • Education and Training of Engineers, Conference on, 502, 594, 647, 675 ; (Letter), 681, 682—For Names of papers see Institution of Civil Engineers
  • Educational Tools, 411
  • Edwards, Mr. C. A., and Professor H. C. H. Carpenter on New Critical Point on Copper- Z'.nc Alloys, 88
  • Egypt. Lower, Co&t of Earthwork in, 609
  • Eight Hours Act in the North, 194
  • Ejector, Vacuum Brake, Gresham and Craven, 283
  • Elastic Line of a Pillar Acted on by a Couple at any Height, Professor J. T. Nicolson, 59 : (Letter), 138

Electrical Matters:

  • Automatic Electric Lighting Installation, R. A. Lister »nd Co., 670
  • Bombay Hydro-Electric Scheme, 402
  • Boosters. 237, 264, 289, 318, 375, 442, 483, 634, 592, 642
  • CO2 Recorders in Power Stations, 90
  • DOCK Equipment, Modern Electrical, W. Dixon and G. H Baxter, 88, 95
  • Electric Baling Press, Hindle, Maitland and Co., 594
  • Electric Boiler Tube Scaler, Nirascou, 228
  • Electric Steel during 1910 and 1911, 580
  • Electro-technical Commission, International, 680
  • Firedamp - proof Electromotors, Siemens- Schuckort, 516
  • Framework for High - tension Switchboard, Tecnomasio Italiano, 612
  • Hoists, Electrically-operated—see Dock Equipment
  • Imperial Institute, Power Station at, 198
  • Induction Regulators, General Electric Company of America, 644
  • Induction Regulators, Siemens Brothers, 644
  • Machinery at Brown, Boveri’s Baden Works, 107, 109. 116
  • Midland Railway Power Station at Derby, 188, 192
  • Mines, Use of Electricity in, 169
  • Modern Wiring Practice, J. W. Beauchamp, 665
  • Monophase Car for Parma Tramways, and Controller, Tecnomasio Italiano, 612
  • Monopolies, Electrical, 364
  • Motor, 75 B.H.P., for Dr.vinff Air Compressor, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, 523
  • Oil-Cooled Decade Resistance Box, R, W. Paul, 199
  • Olympic, Generating Set, Electrical Outfit, E>ctric Engine-room, &*.. 209 {Foicr Tivo- page Supplements, March 3rd. 1911)
  • Power Station in Machinery Hall at Turin Exhibition, 611
  • Rotary Converter and Booster, Westinghouse, 534
  • Ships, E’ectric Propulsion of. 600
  • Ships, Electric Transmission for, 443
  • Spark Sights for Internal Combustion Engines, 444
  • Submersible Electric Motor, 272
  • Tests of a 5000-Kilowatt Turbo-Generator, British Westinghouse Company, 580
  • Tramways—see Tramways
  • Variable Speed Induction Motors, 225
  • Walton Pumping Station Electrical Equipment, 616, 640
  • Wiuch Installation, Electric, at Tyne Dock, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 469
  • ELECTROLYTIC Bleaching, E. Reuss, 224
  • “ Elephant ” Subways, 120
  • Ellington, E. B., Presidential Address at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 311, 339
  • Employers’ Engineer as Arbitrator, 307
  • Empsoo, A. W., on Analyses of Scale Formed in an Enclosed Feed Heater, 190

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • Aero Motors at Olympia, Adams, All-British Engine Company, Alvaston, Clerget, Dan- setie-Gillet, Darracq, Godfrey Evans, Imperial Motor Works, I-aacson, Lamplough, New Engine Company, Wolseley Company, 347 ; (Letter), 365
  • Diesel Engine, Langen and Wolff, 612
  • Diesel Eogine for Pumping, Manchester Ship Canal, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, 308, 309
  • Diesel Engines at Nederlandsche Works, 64
  • Diesel Engines for Sea-going Vessels, J. T. Milton, 377, 385, 393; (Letter), 408
  • Diesel Marine Engines, Th. Saiuberlich, 349, 386, 388
  • Diesel Oil Marine Reversing Engine, 10, 11, 33, 44
  • Gas Engines for Holzapfel I., Hindley and Sons, 150
  • Gas Engines at Norwich Show, 670
  • Kromhout Marine Oil Engine, 76 B.H.P., Per-man...nd Co., 148
  • Marine Gas Engine, C. H. T. Alston, 515
  • Manne Oil Engine, 180 H.P., Parsons Motor Company, 548
  • Motor Boat Engines at Olympia, Aster, Boulton and Paul, Brooke, Thornycroft, Wolseley. 326; (Letter), 365
  • ^SlcT Tottenham, Jean Zwicky
  • Oil Engines for Submarines, Two-cycle, Kort- icg, 298, 300
  • Oil Motor Equipment at Tarin Exhibition, 612
  • Oil Traction and Ploughing Engines, Petters, Limited, 89
  • Oil Tractors, Railway—see Railways
  • ParaffiaEnginesat Norwich Show, J. W. Brooke and Co., 670
  • Petrol Engines, Rating of, 169
  • Portable Oil Engine, Ruston, Proctor and Co., L’mited, 660
  • Racing of Internal Combustion Engines at Sea, 193
  • Spark Sights for Internal Combustion Engines, 444
  • Suction Gas Engines at Turin Exhibition, Langen and Wolff 612
  • Traction and Ploughing Engines in the United States, 333, 374 384
  • Two-cycle Ga- Engines, Large, A. L. E. Chorlton, 217,222, 296

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines:

  • Cockerill-Westgarth Engines at Hong-Kong, 200, 201
  • Condenser Economics, 332
  • Cotton Mill Engine, 2500 H.P.. George Saxon, Limited. 136, 137 (Twe-pa^e Supp^emeni, February 10<A, 1911)
  • Cruiser Engines, Nederlandsche Shipbuilding Company, 64
  • Four-eyJiuder Marine Engine, Propositions and Diagrams Relating to the Balancing of the, C. E. Inglis. 404
  • Governor, Jens Orten-Boving and Co., 644
  • Marine Engines, Nederlandsche Shipbuilding Compacy, 64
  • Olympic’s Engines, Engioe-roems, &c., 209 [Four Two-page Suppleuients^ MarchZrd 1911)
  • Ploughing Engines in the United Scales, 333, 374, 384
  • Poppet Valve Steam Engine, Walschaerts’ Engine Works, 628
  • Portable Steam Engine, Marshall, Sons and Co., 668
  • Portable Steam Engine, Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, 660
  • Rolling Mill and Blowing Engines, H. Pilling, 267
  • Steam Engines at Royal Agricultural Show ar. Ntirwich, 668
  • Tandem Compound Steam Engine, See. Anon., H. Bollinckx, 296
  • Traction Engines at Norwich Show, 669 Traction and Ploughing in the United States, 333, 374, 384
  • ENGINEERS, Examination of, 230
  • Engineers, Training of—see Training

Engineering’ Bills in Parliament, 1911: 37, 62

  • Electrical, 63
  • Gas and Waterworks, 62
  • Miscellaneous 63
  • Railways, Docks and Harbours, &c., 37
  • Sewerage. 62
  • ENGINEERING, Australian. 439
  • Engineering Badness. Training for. Professor W. J. A«hley, 425, 439, 622; (Letters), 474, 498 525, 541
  • Engineering Design and Work, Commercial and Technical Relations of, T. Frame Thomson, 629
  • Engineering Laboratory—see Laboratory
  • Engineering in Sou h and Central America, Progress of 31, 106, 129 140, 208, 289, 387, 400, 458, 608, 534, 573. 676
  • Erosion, Coast, W. T. Douglass, 215
  • Erosion, Coast, The Royal Commission on, 664
  • Erosion of Gun Tubes and Heat Phenomena in the B re of a Gun, Capt. H. J. Jones, 294, 317, 360, 380, 399 ; (Correction). 439
  • Escalator at Earl’s Court Stations, 577
  • Escape of Heat through Furnace Walls, 599
  • Examination of Engineers, 230
  • Excavation, Cost of, on Large Engineering Works, 635, 659
  • Excavator for a Hungarian Cement Works, 667

Exhibitions and Shows:

  • Aero and Motor Boat Show at Olympia, 326, 347 ; (Letter). 365
  • Buenos Aires Exhibition Awards, 38
  • Colliery and Mining in Manchester, 522
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Norwich, 668, 672 Turin. 459, 464, 509, 561, 611, 660
  • EXPLOSIONS, Coal Dust—see Coal
  • Exports, Machinery, 388
  • FACTORIES—see Works
  • Facts, Interpretation of—see Feed Heating, Live Steam
  • Fan Brake Dynamometer, Large, W. G. Walker, 297
  • Feed Heating, Live Steam, 117» 386; Professor A. H. Gibson, 107 ; (Letters) Professor A. H. Gibson, 138, 172, 226, 229. 309; (Letters), A. W. Hamill on, 149, 186, 226, 366, 407, 570 ; (Letter*), 136, 138, 172. 186, 187, 226,227, 254, 255, 281, 3l9, 337, 365, 407, 408, 445, 471, 541, 570. 681
  • Ferry, Train, Rolling Stock, Swedish State Railways, 650
  • Fiegehen, E. G., on The Racking or Skewing of Overhead Travelling Cranes, 624
  • Filters, Mechanical, at Bolton, Mather and Platt, 145
  • Fire-box, Rumely Closed-bottom, and Bearings, 334, 336
  • Firedamp-proof Electromotors, Siemens- Schuckert, 516
  • Fire Engine, Motor, for Tottenham, Jean Z'wicky, 310
  • Firefljat Gamma, Motor, J. I. Thornycroft, Limited, 324, 325
  • Fire Pump, Stationary Petrol-driven, Merryweather, 653
  • Fish Dock at Fleetwood, 426, 429
  • Fleetwood, Fish Dock at, 426, 429
  • Floating Dock for Brazil, AfFonso Penna, 492, 497
  • Flow of Water in Pipes. Graphic Calculation of
  • the, T. G. Bocking, 665 Flying—see Aeronautics Foettinger Transmitter, 328 Foreign Compared with Home Industrial Finance, 470
  • Forcing P'’'‘S3, Steam Hydraulic, Fielding and Platt, 553
  • Forthcomi’ g Engagements, 176. 202, 230, 258, 284, 312, 340, 368, 394, 420, 448, 474, 502, 628, 654, 682, 604, 630. 654, 682
  • Frahm, Herr, on Anti-rolling Tanks at Sea, 378 Friend, Dr. J. N.,on Action of Aqueous Solutions
  • of Single and Mixed Electrolytes upon Iron, 513
  • Froude, R. E., and Professor Henderson, on Acceleration in Front of a Propeller, 378
  • Fuel Burner—see Liquid
  • Fuels, Solid and Liquid, Calorific Value of, W. Inchley, 155
  • Furnace Charging Machine, Motor-driven, T. Broadbent and Sons, Limited, 197
  • GALLOWAY Single Lever Controlling Gear for Rolling Mill Engines, 267
  • Gmtrifes ano Cran6«, Cantilever, 144
  • Gentry for Bordeaux Dock, 19
  • Gas Engines -see Engines, Internal Combustion
  • Gas Explosion'* in Boiler Fines, 243
  • Gas Plant at Manchester Exhibition, 523
  • Gas Power Electric Generating Station at Hong-Kong, Richardsons, Westgarth, 200, 201
  • Gas Power Plant and Mond GAS Producing Plant at Hong-Kong. 200. 201
  • Gas Producer, The Effect of Varying the Proper- ti*‘n8 of Air and Steam on, E. A. Allcutt, 466, 473
  • Gas Producers, J. Emerson Dowson, 466, 500
  • Gear, Driving, for Ploughing and Traction
  • Engines, Case Company, 333, 335
  • Gear, Driving, for Ploughing and Traction
  • Engines, Huber, 334, 335
  • Gear Pitch Comparisons, Table of, 284
  • Gheury, M. E. J., Ch»rt for the Calculation of
  • EogineeriDg FormaJie, 182
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., on Live Steam Feed
  • Heating, 107, 117, 138, 172, 226, 229, 309 ; (Letters), 136, 138, 172, 186 187, 226, 227, 264, 255, 281, 309, 337, 365, 407, 408,445,471, 541, 670. 681
  • Gold Mioing—see Mining
  • Gottingen Aeronautical Laboratory, 565
  • Governor, Engine and Turbine, Jens Orten-
  • Boving and Co., 644
  • Grain Boa's at Montreal—see Ships
  • Grain Elevators Million Bushel, and Building, at
  • Montreal, 401, 410
  • Grain Moisture Tester, Brown and Duvel, 601 Graphic Calculation of the Flow of Water in Pipes, T. G. Bocking, 565
  • Greenhill, Sir G., on Artibery Science, 648
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Growth of Iron—see Iron
  • Guns and Gunnery—see War Material
  • HALL, Sir H., Comments on Coal Dust Experiments, 63
  • Hamilton, A. W., on Live Steam Feed-water Heating, 149 186, 226, 365. 407, 570 ; (Letters), 136, 138, 172 186, 187. 226 227. 254, 255, 281, 309, 337, 365, 407, 408, 445, 471, 541, 670, 681 Hamilton, A. W., on Steam in the Making, 546 ; (Letter), 570

Harbours and Waterways :

  • Chile, Ports in, Various Schemes for Iquique, Valparaiso, &c., 534
  • Kobe, ImprctveuiencH, 292 ; (Letters), 337 {Two- page Supplement, Marck2itk, lyll)
  • Loiioou. Port of, Proposed Improvements, 110, 118, 134
  • Montreal. Port of, 400, 410, 434, 455
  • Nantes, Improvement of the Port of, 588, 596 RangoJD, Port of, 662
  • Tees River Improvements, 629
  • HATCH, F. H., on the Past, Present, and Future of the Gold Mining Industry of tne Witwatersrand, Transvaal, 666
  • Hatfield, W. H., on Influence or Vanadium upon the Physical Properties of Cast Iron, 538 Heat, The Caloric Theory of, and Carnot’s Principle, Professor H. L. Callenoar, 175, 249 Heat, Escape of. through Furnace Walis, 599 Hele-Shaw, Dr. H. S., and Mr. F. L. Martineau, on Steering Gear Experiments on the Turbine Yacht Albion, 403, 417
  • Historic yard, 61, ^S(Tieo-paffe Supplement, January 2(itk, lyll)
  • Hoiats, Electrically-Operated—see Dock Equipment
  • Hollow Chisel Mortising Machine, A. Ransome, 307
  • Horst-shoe Dara on the Bow River, Alberta, A. S. Dawson 639, 646
  • Hursuaill, W. 0., on the British Inventor: His Decadence and the Remedy, 661, 674
  • Humphries, Mr. H. J., aud Proieasor C. A. M. Smith, on Tests on White Anti-friction Metal, 88
  • Hungarian Cement Works, Excavator for. 667 Hydraulic Capstans at Belfast Dock, Armstrong,
  • Whitworth, 446 Hydraulic Cotton Baling Plant, Edwin Mills and
  • Sun, 626 Hydraulic Valve, Jens Orten-Boving, 297
  • IDLE, G., on the Rolling of Ships, 447, 461, 489 Imperial Institute, Power Station at, 198 Improvements at Worts—see Works
  • Inchley, W., on the Caloride Value of Solid and
  • L quid Fue s, 165 Industrial Bursaries, 579 Industrial Finance, Foreign Compared with Home, 470
  • Industry, The Money Side of, 465 ; (Letter), 499
  • Influence of the Cylinder Wall, 70 ; Letter), 172
  • Influence of Impuntus—see Iron and Steel
  • i Influence of Vanadium—see Iron
  • ' Inglis, C. E., on General Propositions and Diagrams Relating to the Balancing of the Four- cylinder Marine Engine, 404
  • Inland Ironworks, 639
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Asebciations, &c. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Buildings Extension, 298
  • Instrument:) for Measurement of Temperature, LeskoJe Company, 487
  • Insurance, Compulsory, 493, 545; (Letter), 653 Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines InternatiuDal Congress on Sanitary Dwellings, 667
  • International Electrotechnical Commission, 680 International Steel Trade Agreement, 621 Inventions, Cognate, 156
  • Inventor, British, His Decadence and the Remedy, W. O. Horsnail), 661, 674
  • Ireland, Canals and Inland Navigations of, 482

Iron and Steel:

  • Action of Aqueous Solutions of Electrolytes upon Iron, Dr. J. N. Friend, 513
  • British Steel Trade and International Agreements, 440
  • Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, Chromium and C«rbon, Professor Arnold and Professor A. A. R ad, 538
  • Corrosion of Metals—see Corrosion
  • Dud Dudley, 471
  • Electric Steel ouring 1910 and 1911, 580
  • Growth of Cast Irons after Repeated Heatings, Professor H. C. H. Carpeuter, 536
  • Influence of Impurities on the Corrosion of Iron, J. W. Cobb, 513, 526
  • Influence of Vanadium upon the Physical Properties of CAbt Iron, W. H. Hatfield, 538
  • Inland Ironworks, 6--9
  • International Steel Trade Agreement, 621
  • Iron ano Steel Production and Exports, 520 Iron Trade and Railway Rates, 54'2 Mechanicalising Analybis as an Aid to Accuracy and Speed, C. H. and M. D. Ridsdale, 539, 553
  • Papers at Iron and Steel Institute, Other, Names only—see Institute, Iron and Steel
  • Process for the Desiccation of Air by Calcium Chloride, F. A. Daubing and E. V. Roy, 498, 510
  • Rails, 545
  • Steel Sheds at Montreal, 434
  • Steel Trust and the Sceei Trade, 250
  • Steel Works—see Woiks
  • Supremacy in Steel Exports, 168
  • Welding up of Blow-holes and Cavities in Steel Ingots, J. E. Stead, 498, 512
  • Welds, Some Studies of, W. P. Digby, 512
  • IRRIGATION Works in Mesopotamia, W, H. Wheeler, 170
  • JAMES Forrest Lecture—see Institution of Civil Engineers
  • Jones, Capt. H. J., on the Erosion of Gun Tubes ai.d Heat Pnenomena in the Bore of a Gun, 294, 317, 360, 380, 399 ; (Correction), 439
  • Jones, Capt. H. J., on the 15in. Gun from an Engineer’s Point of View, 457
  • KEAN, F. J., on Dryness Fraction of Steam after Adiabatic Expansion, 436
  • Key way Cutting Tool, E. T. Neal and Co., 76 Kobe—see Harbours
  • Krupp Equipment, A New, 564
  • LABORATORY, Engineering, University of Sydney, 3b, 42
  • Laboratory, German Royal, at Gross Lichterfelde, 47
  • Laboratory, Gottingen Aeronautical, 565 Laboratory Mechanical Engineering, Yale University, 2a6

Labour News, Strikes, and Wages Questions:

  • Arbitration on French Railways, 32 Compulsory Insurance, 493, 545
  • Eight Hours Act in the North, 194 Employers’ Engineer as Arbitrator, 307
  • South Wales Deadlock, 574
  • Taylorit-m, 520 ; (Letter), 541
  • Tue Strike Habit, 360
  • Trade Union Bill. 574
  • Trade Unions and the Law Courts, 277 Trades Unions A New Djmand from, 251 Wttles, Tue Trouble in, 333
  • LAMPS, Safety—see Coal and Collieries
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools

Launches and Trial Trips:

  • 54, 153, 205, 232, 262, 288, 365, 451, 499, 552, 582, 603, 630, 681

Leaders:

  • Airship Disaster?, 521
  • Australian Engineering, 439
  • Battleships, Power and Protection of, 359 Boiler Engineering, The Reformation of, 43, 221
  • British Steel Trade and International Agreements, 440
  • Caloric Theory of Heat, 249
  • Calorimeter in the Power-house, 621
  • Canal Report, Another, 94
  • Coal-Dust Explosions, 331
  • Coal, Production of, 276 Commerce and Science. 439 Commercial Training, 624
  • Compulsory Insurance, 493, 545
  • Condensation, More About, 194
  • Condenser Economies, 332
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 194
  • Corrosion of Non-Ferrous Metals, 70
  • Diesel Engines for Sea-goiner Vessels, 385 Educational Conferences, 466
  • Educational Tools, 411
  • Efficiency of Railway Equipment, 494 Eight Hours Act in ihe North, 194 Electric Railways, 494
  • Electric Tramway Developments, 44 English and German C >al Competition, 412 Escape of Heat through Furnace Walls, 599 Feed-water Heaters, Live Sceam, 117 Forced Circulation, 167
  • Freight Train Resistance, 141 French Naval Constructions, 118, 222
  • Gas and Steam Engines, Combined, 222 Influence of the Cylinder Wall, 70 Insurance and the Employer. 493, 545 Internal Combustion Engines at Sea, The Racing of, 193
  • International Steel Trade Agreement, 621 Interpretation of Facts, 38b
  • Invention, 674
  • Iron and Steel Production and Exports, 520 Limitation of the Production of Coal, 574 Locomotive Economy, 69
  • Locomotives and Trains, 412
  • London’s Arterial Roads, 167 London E ectric Tramways, 359
  • London, Port of, 118
  • Macceuvring Aeroplanes at Low Speeds, 598 Marine Oil Eugine, 44
  • Marine Propulsion, Developments in, 142 Metallurgical Aspect of Magnetic Phenomena,
  • Mines Bill, The New, 303
  • Mining Accioents and the Eight Hours Act, 93 Money Side of ludustry. 4b5
  • Motor Traffic and the Road, 466
  • National Experimental Tank, 597
  • Navy Estimates, 275
  • Parent’s Point of View, 617
  • Pans Accident and Aeroplane Progress, 546
  • Patents, Compulsory Working of, 94
  • Rails, 545
  • Railway Accident Returns, 648 Resistance of Railway Wagons, 519
  • South America and British Trade, 573
  • South Waies Deadlock, 574
  • Steel Trust and Steel Trade, 250
  • Strike Hanit, 360
  • Submariue Life Saving Appliances, 45 Superheatiog, Practical, 250, 276
  • Supremacy in Sveel Exports, 168
  • Suspension of Motor Vehicles, 647
  • Taff Vale Collision, 386
  • Taylorism, 520
  • Technical Education, Compulsory, 223
  • Trade in 1910, 15
  • Trade Union Bill, 574
  • Trades Unions, A New Demand from, 251 Trades Unions and the Law Courts, 277 Value of a Vacuum, 598, 673
  • Wales, The Trouble in, 333
  • Willesden Collision, 304

Legal Intelligence:

  • Goldschmidt v. Chiun,*123
  • Marconi and Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Company, Limited, v, British Radio-TeLc- grapn and Telephone Company, Limited, 199

Letters from our own Correspondents:

  • America, 28, 78, 102, 152, 179, 204, 232, 260, 286, 314, 342, 3/0, 423, 451, 476, 5U4, 531, hob, 585, 60/, bSz, 6o6, 681
  • England, North of, 27, 53. 77, 178, k03, 231, 259, 285, 313, 421, 449, 47h, 503, 529, o55, 655, 683
  • (missing lines)

Letters to the Editor:

  • Argentine Destroyers, Yarrow and Co., 123 tsaiancing of Propellers, Bull’s Metal and
  • Meiiuid Cvinpauy, 255
  • Battle Practice and toe Invincible, H. A. Dupree, 445
  • Boiler Engineering, Reformation of, An Interesten A.M.L Meeh. E., 75; Another of the Old Guam, 99; cr. B. D., 227; J. T. Nicoisou, 39, 99, i8j, 280 ; O.*e of me Old Guard, 75 ; Oue More 01 the Old Guam, 99
  • Boners ou the Rxver Tuames, Dangerous, Barreto, 40, 187 ; R. N. Tough, 138
  • Broadbide CwefficiwUbS ot Battleships, C. A. Larrvze, 525; J. J. Welch, 525; R. Weyer- maun, 525
  • Calorimeter in the Power-house, A. E. Jones, 682
  • Coast Erosion, J. S. Owens, 48
  • Comet, Baat Voyage of the, Superintendent Engineer, 40
  • Couscanis, Alfred Stevens, 682
  • Corrosion, Pard, 99
  • Corrosion ot Alioys, G. D. Bengough, 227 ; G. A. Muntz, 186
  • Econoiuisero, C. Erith, 48 ; Schulz, 99; Writer or tne H.rucle, 74
  • Economy of Superheat, Vernon Smith, 48 ; ateani User, 7o; X., 75
  • Examinawous in Engineering, Renold Marx, 138
  • Feed-water Heating, Steam User, 76
  • Letteps to the Gditop (continued) :
  • Ferro-concrete Spans, Large, L. G. Mouchel and Partners, 49
  • Foundry Appliances, W. G. C., 525
  • French Ruiway Runs, P. de Malglaive, 173 : The Writer of the Article, 187
  • Garratt Locomotives, H. W. 6 trratt, 445
  • German Engineers in English Drawing-offices— see Boiler Engineering
  • German Patents and the Stumpf Engine, Berlin Engineer, 99; T>. H. Simpaon, 75; London Member of the Verein d. Deutscher Inge- nieure, 40
  • German Supremacy—see Boiler Engineering Retormaiion
  • Gooch’s “Great A.,” J. S. MacLean, 99
  • Heat Absorp ion by Water, «. R., 173 : W. T Dalton, 187
  • Industrial Unionism and its Variants, F. H. Rose, 40
  • loflaeoce of the Cylinder Wall Lubricator, 17’2 Influence of Suporheaied Steam on Cylinder Efficiency, C. R. King, 257
  • Irrigation in Spain, T. vv. H., 75
  • Kobe Harbour Improvements, H. C. A. Thieme, 337
  • Liquid Resistance, A. W. Johns, 499
  • Live Steam Feed-water Heating, A. B., 172’ Aquarius, 227 ; A. R., Ia6, 18/, 408 ; W. H. Buoih, 2^d ; Delta, 4*6 ; D. 185; C. Entn. 136, 187, 254, 44o, 570; F. B., 227; C. A, Feb, oOt^, 408 ; H. S. Field, 255, 3h7; J. R. Fish, 309, 541, 681; A. Fisher, 255; E. Fletcher, 172; A. H. Gibson, 168, 172, 226, 309 ; J. Goodman, 281 ; J. T. Hall, 136, 187, 254, 281, 3o7, 471; D. H. HJpm, 227 ;
  • A. W. Hamilton, 187, 226, 365, 407, 570 ; A. E. Jones, 365 ; S. de Perrot, 255 ; Superintending Engineer, 408.; G. Wilkinson, 187, 201
  • Locomotive Cylinders, M. Demoulin, 48 Locomotive Cylinders, Lagging, Zestocyl, 445 Locomotives, Great Western Railway, W. B., 74
  • Locomotives, Great Western Railway, 8ft. Broad Gauge, E. L. Ahrons, 49
  • Loss of Head at Benos in Pipes, C. W, L. Alexander, 627
  • Luorication of Geared Turbines, J. T. Towlson, 408
  • Metric System—see Weights and Measures
  • Money Siae of Industry, Senex, 499
  • National Insurance and the Contractor, A Westminster Contractor, 663
  • New Alloy, *• Atherium,” 75
  • Non-Cutting Valve, T. C., 525; Holden and Brooke, 541
  • Oil Concrete, R. B. Prosser, 499
  • Olympia Exhibition, Parsons Motor Company, 366
  • Parent’s Point of View, M. Inst. C.E., 682 Petrol V, Steam Carriage, Ecjnomy, 49 PietoQ Rings, Broken, America, 525 ; T.
  • Lawrence, 365; W. S. Lloyd, 408
  • Problem, W. H. Bailes, 186; C. N. E., 138 ; E. P. C., 49, 99 ; F. B., 75 ; H. E. G., 75, 172 ; R. Harrison, 99 ; M. D. Hersey, 173; S. H. R., 7o; H. F. Wilkinson, 75
  • Public Works Department Pensions, P, W. D., 499
  • Pumping Station at Walton-on-Thames, Owen A. Price, 682
  • Radiant Heat, St. Helens, 123
  • Railway a.gnalling, C. G. Cmradi, 445
  • Railway Speed in 1910—see French Railway Runs
  • Reaming, W. M. R., 49
  • Reform in Engineering Design—see Boiler Engineering Reformation
  • Science Teaching as a Profession, Hopeless, 682
  • Signalling, Automatic, W. H. Dammond, 48 ; H. Rayuar Wilson, 74
  • Skefko Ball Bearings, Skefko Ball Bearing Company, Limiteu, 627
  • South London Electrification, The, M. F. Long, 227
  • Stability and Hull Protection, R. M. S., 499 Stability of Ships, A. Stephenson, 415 Stanchions Carryiug Excehtric Loads, E. G. Bock, 138
  • Steam Condensing Plant, W. A. Dexter, 123 S«eam in tne Making, A. R., 570 ; P., 570 Superheater, A L^^rge Pioneer, 138 Superheating, H. A. otohuing, 337 Taylorism, J. o. Allen, 541
  • Thermal Gradient Steam Engines, L. J. Todd, 173
  • Thermit Welds, Thermit, Limited, 641
  • Trai. Resistance, R. A. Bruce, 445; H. A. Dupree, 471; J. A. O’Brien, 280; P. H. Parr, o81; E. C. Schmidt, 4t 8
  • Training for Engineering Business, College-trained Youth, 525; Commercial Engineer, 474; Contractor’s Engineer, 525; F. J. Koan, 474, 499 ; M. E., 499 ; G. T, Pardoe, 541
  • Turoines and Vacuum, W. H. Wallis, 408
  • Two • cycle Marine Diesel Engines, F. H. Tanner, 408
  • Value of Engineering Research, W. P. D., 123
  • Value Of a Vacuum, Marine Eagmeer, 627 ; R.
  • P. Finlay, 653 ; M. G. S. Swallow, 62/ ; A. Scott Younger, 653
  • Weights and xVleasures, T. Parker, 123, 227, 281, 337 ; J. H. T.. 1/3, 255, 309 ; 2 4>, 365
  • LIEVIN, Obstructions Used in Coal-dust Experiments, 318
  • Life-saving Apparatus for Use in Noxious Atmospheres, 6ol
  • Lite-saving, Submarine—see Ships, Naval Matters Lighting of Trains—see Railways
  • Limitation of the Production of Coal, 674
  • Liquid Fuel Barner, The Hoeveler Tandem Smelting Synuicate, 602
  • Liquiu Resuiauce, Colonel R. de Villamil, 430 ; (Letter), 499

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • Barker’s Mills to Turbines, W. J. Harding, 413
  • Bird Flight as ihe Basis of Aviation, 0. and G.
  • Lilienthal, 298, 441
  • Cane Sugar, Moei Doerr, 233, 251
  • Design and Construction of Ships, J. H. Biles, 647, 623
  • Electric Motors: Their Action, Control, and Application, F. D. Crocker and M, Arendt, 649
  • Electrical E igineering, A Dictionary of, H. M. Hobart, 441, 547
  • Electricity, Law Relating to the Generation, Distribution and Use of, C. M, Knowles, 278
  • Geology of Building Scones, J. A. Howes, 305 Heat Engines, J. K. Allen, 521
  • Marine de Guerre, La, A. Sauvaire Jourdan, 195
  • Physical Significance of Entropy, J. F. Klein, 9, 413
  • Portland Cement, Modern Manufacture of, Percy C. H. West, 95
  • Ships, Speed and Power of, 277
  • Solenoid”, Electro-magnets, and Electro-magnetic Windings, C, R. Underhill, 521
  • Steamships : The Story of their Development to the Present Dav, R. A. Fletcher, 251
  • Taschenbuch der Kriegsflotten, Kapitain B. Weyer, 95
  • Thermodynamics, Applied, for Engineers, W. D. Ennis, 233. 495
  • Three-phase Transmission, W. Brew, 233, 6C0

LITERATURE: Short Notices:

  • Aerial Locomotion, E. H, Harper and A. Ferguson, 619
  • Aeronautics, Elementary, A. P. Thurston, 413, 441
  • British South African Import and Export Register, 233, 252
  • Crystals, A. E. H. Tutton, 413, 441
  • Die Graphische Statik der Starren Systeme, Dr. Sehreebt Henneberg, 413, 649
  • Drying Machinery and Practice, T. G. Marlow, 310
  • Electricity in Locomotion, A. G. Whyte, 649 Eogiueer’s Year-book of Engineering Formulae, H. R. Kempe, 195
  • French Railways, Lord Monkswell, 441
  • Gas, Oil and Air Engines, A Text-book on, Bryan Donkin, 278, 600
  • Geology for Engineers, Lieut.-Col. R. Sorsbie, 233, 278
  • Hardening and Tempering Steel, B. E. Jones, 547, 6b0
  • Huote: Taschenbuch flir Eisenhlittenleute, 278 Hydraulic Engineering, F. E. Turneaure and A. Black, 411
  • Hydraulic Turbines, Viktor Gelpke and A. H. van Cleve, 233, 441
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, New Wiring Ru es, 521
  • Machine Shop Primer, F. H. Colvin and F. A. Stanley, 233, 310
  • Milling Machines and Milling Practice, D. de Vries, 305
  • Parsons Steam Turbine, Evolution of, A. Richardson, 521
  • Sewage Disposal, Economy in, C. C. Smith, 441, 649
  • Steam Turbines: Their Design and Construction, Rankin Kennedy, 310
  • Testing Materials, Handbook of, C. A. M. Smith, 413, 441
  • Town Scavenging and Refuse Disposal, H. S. Watson, 233
  • Welding, Theory, Practice, Apparatus, and Tests, R. N. Hart, 233, 600

LITERATURE: Books Received:

  • Aerial or Wire Ropeways, A. J. Wallis-Taylor, 233
  • Aeroplane, How to Build an, R. Petit, 441 Aeroplane, The, T. O’B. Hubbard, 233 Aeroplaning, Model, The Theory and Practice of, V. E. Johnson, 233
  • Alternating Current Dynamo Design, Elementary Principles of, A. G. Eilis, 233
  • American Civil Engineer’s Pocket-book, M. Merriman, 278
  • Arc Lamps and Accessory Apparatus, J. H. Johnson, 413
  • Argyllshire’s Needs, and How to Meet Them, D. Anderson, 9
  • Assaying and Metallurgical Analysis, E. L. Rhead and A. H. cjexton, 495
  • Astronomy, Practical, Text-book on, G. L. Hoamor, ^33
  • British and Foreign Building Stones, J. Watson, 649
  • Calculation of C Jumns, T. Nielsen, 649 Cement, The Chemistry and Testing of, C. H. Desch, 233
  • Chemistry, Municipal, C. Baskerville, 233 Continental Price Calculator, W. G. Chapman, 413
  • Copper Smelting, The Practice of. Dr. E, D. Peters, 547
  • Depreciation of Works and Machinery, H. Snerley-Price, 441
  • Der TulsperrenbAU nebst Beschreibung ansge- fiihrter Taisperren, P. Ziegler, 441
  • Design of Channels for Irrigation or Drainage, R. B. Buckley, 547
  • Deutscher Ausschuss fur Eisenbeton, Professor E. Heyn, 670
  • Dictiox.ary of Eaglish and Spanish Technical and Commercial Terms, W. Jackson, 3o7
  • Directory of Contractors and Public Works Annual, 1911, M. Sharpe, 670
  • Directory of ohipowuers, Shipbuilders, and Manne Engineers, 1911, 547
  • Distribution by Steel, H. Woodall and B. R. Parkinson, 367
  • Electric Currents in Telephone and Telegraph Conauctors, The Propagation of, J, A. Fleming, 670
  • Electrical ignition of Petrol Engines, J, W. Warr, 233
  • Electrical Trades, The Eleciriciany Directory and Handbook, 1911, 3b7
  • Electricity, Practical, W, E. Ayrton, 327 Elecbricity in the Service of Man, R. M. Walmsley, 233
  • Electrotecnnische Winke fiir Architekten und Hausbesitzer, Dr. lug. L. Bloch and R. Z. Z*udy, 441
  • Eagine-room Practice, J. G. Liversedge, 547 Engineering Estimates, Costs, and Accounts, 547
  • Engineering Index Annual, 1910, 547
  • Export Merchants, Shippers and Manufacturers oi Great Britain and Ireland, 1911, 547
  • Factory Accounts: Their Principles and Practice, E. Garcke and J. M. Fells, 517
  • Flight of Birds, G. A, Barelli, 441
  • Fowler’s Mechanics’ and Machinists’ Pocketbook and Diary, 1911, W. H. Fowler, 9
  • Geological Survey Bulletin, 278
  • Geometry, Engineering Descriptive, F. W. Bartlett and T. W. Johnson, 233
  • Graphic Statics, The Elements of, and of General Graphic Methode, W. L. Cathcart and J. I. Chaffee, 547
  • Gyroscope, The, V. E. Johnson, 278
  • Hazell’s Annual. 1911, Hammond Hall, 9 Indian Electricity Act, 1910, J. W, Meares, 278 Indicator Handbook, C. N. Pickworth, 233 Inventor’s Adviser and Manufacturer’s Handbook, R. Haddan, 278
  • Iron and Steel Works Analysis, Practical Guide to, W. Macfurlane, 298
  • Irrigation Works, Notes on, N. F. Mackenzie, 233
  • Junta de Obsas del Puerto de Huelva, 495
  • Kelly’s Cubtoms Tariffs of the World, 1911, 413 Kelly’s Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 1911, 387
  • La Misura Delle Deformazioni dei Tubi, Ing. Federigo Giordano, 441
  • Leicester Chtmber of Commerce Year-book, 9 Li.ht, Treatise on the Law of, R. G. N. Combe, 441
  • Lockwood’s Builders’ Price Book, 1911, 233 Locomotive Magazine Souvenir, Eastern Railway of Franco, 495
  • Logarithms for Beginners, C. N. Pickworth, 233
  • Machine Drawing and Sketching for Beginners, J. H. Robson, 298
  • Machine Sketches and Designs for Eogineering Students, A. Cruickuhank and R. F. McKay, 9
  • Manchester, Journal of the Municipal School of Technology, 441
  • Masfchinenindustrie, Die Schweizerische, Dr. Bruno Lincke, 441
  • Mechanics, Elementary Applied, A. Morley and W. lochley, 547
  • Mercantile Year-book and Directory of Exporters, 298
  • Mining Examination Questions, 1200, Ventilation Plans, &c,, G. L. Kerr, 252
  • Modern Framed Structures, Theory and Practice of, J. B. Johnson, C. W. Bryan, and F. E. Furneaure, 252
  • Modern Motor Car: Its Management, Mechanism, and Maintenance, 298
  • Motion Study, F. B. Gilorette, 495
  • Motor Cyclist’s Handbook, C. S. Lake, 413
  • Motors, Secondary Batteries, Measuring Instruments, and Switch Gear, S. K. Broadfoot, 441
  • Municipal School of Technology, Manchester, Journal of, Vol. III., 9
  • Naval Annual, 1911, J. A. Brassey, 547
  • Newcastle and Gateshead Chambar of Commerce Year-book, 1911, 298
  • Nigeria and its Tin Fields, A. F. Calvert, 9, 233
  • Oil Engines, Stationary and Marine, W. A. Tookey, 252
  • Paints and Painting Materials, The Analysis of, H. A. Gardener and J. A. Schaeffer, 252
  • Parsons’ Steam Turbine, The Evolution of the, A. Richardson, 441
  • Physical Measurements, A. W. Duff and A. W. Ewell, 278
  • Pittsburgh Transportation Problem, B. J. Arnold, 441
  • Plate Girder Design, C. W. Hudson, 547 Plumbing, Heating, and Lighting Annual, 233 Pouts en Ma^onnerie, M. A. Auric, 441 Practical Engineer’s Hand-book, W. S. Hutton,
  • Praktischer Schififbau “ Bootsbau,” A. Brit, 670 Public Ownership of Telephones on the Continent of Europe, A. N. Halcombe, 547
  • Public Schools’ Year-book, 1911, H, F. W. Deane and W. A. Evans, 252
  • Railway Rebates from Private Sidings Traffic, H. Osborne, 233
  • Railway Year-book for 1911, 387
  • Reinforced Concrete, Specification of, with General and Prehminary Clauses, A. A. H. Scott and P. M. Fraser, 495
  • Rhodes’ Directory of Passenger Steamers, 233 Soct>afenbau, Der, Professor F. W. 0. fc'chulze, 441
  • Sewage, Clarification of, R. Schmeitzner, 278 Sewage Purification, Modern Methods of, G. B. Kersh iw, 278
  • Sewerage Systems, H, S. Watson, 278 Skipping World Year-book, 1911, E. R. Jones, 413
  • Slide Rule, C. N. Pickworth, 233
  • Social Guide, 1911, Mrs. H. Adams and Miss E. A. Browne, h8Z
  • Spon’s Architects’ and Builders’ Pocket-book, C. Young and S, M. Brooks, 233, 252
  • Surveyintr Sheet for Professional and Educational Use, 649
  • Tabellen lur die rasche und SichereBerechnung von Flatten, and •., OberbauratK. Teischinger, 441
  • Telegraphic Addresses, Directory of, 1911, H. Sail, 233
  • Telephone in Europe, Devel'^pment of, 298 Telephony, Elements of, A. Crotch, 278 Temperature Entropy D.agram, C. W. Berry, 547
  • Testing of Electro-magnetic Machinery, R. V. Swenson and B. Frankenfield, 413
  • Thomson, William, Lord Kelvin, D. Wilson, 233 Track Formulie and Tables, S. S. R »bert8, 233 Transformers, H. Bohle and D, Robertson, 413 Versucbe mit Betonsaulen, Professor M. Rudeloff, 670 . i
  • Water Purification, Modern Methods of, J. Don and J. Chisholm, 233
  • Waves of the Sea, V. Cornish, 233 Well-boring for Water, Brine, and Oil, C. Isler, 278
  • Where to Live Round London, 233 Whittaker’s Electrical E igineer’s Pocket-book, Kenelm Edgoumbe, 670
  • Wien von den Hochfluten der Donau dauemd- bedroht, A. Waldvogel. 441
  • Willing’s Press Guide, 1911, 233
  • Wireless Telegraphy, A Handbook of, J. Erskine-Murray, 495
  • Workshop Receipts, 233
  • Ze^klein^rungsvorrichtungenund Mahlanlagen, Carl Naske, 441
  • LIVE Steam Feed Heating, 117, 386 ; Professor A. H. Gibs m, 107 ; (Letters) Professor A. H. Gibson, 138, 172 226, 2’29, 309 : (Letters). A.
  • W. Hamilton, 149, 186 226, 365, 407,5/0; (Lecie s), 136, 138 172, 186, 187, 223, 227, 254, 255 2S1, 309, 337, 365, 407, 408, 445, 471, 541, 570, 68L
  • Lloyd’s Register—see Ships
  • Lock-nut, Peter Heaton, 297
  • Locomotives—see also Mines and Railway Locomotives
  • Locomotives, Steam Road, at Norwich Show, 670
  • London Tra65c, Report on, 157. 167. 359 Longuiuir, P., on Brasses ano Broj zes, 415
  • Longmuir P., on Corrosion < f Metals 5i3
  • Loss of Head at Bends io Pipes, E. S. Bellasis,
  • 633 ; (Correciiou), 573 ; (L tter), 627 Luggage Weigher, Net, W. and T. Avery, 602

Machine Tools:

  • Automatic Screw Machine, Alfred Herbert, Lim-ted, 661
  • Axle Turning Lathe. Pollock and McNab, 626
  • Boring Machine, Axle Brass, Cunl.ffe and Crvom, 487
  • Chaser for Internal Thread Gauges, Making a, G. Doorakkers 235
  • Cutting Tool, Keyway, E. T. Neal and Co., 76
  • Drilling Machine, S nritive Turret Rxdial, J. H. Siorey and Co., 198
  • Grinding Machine, Improved Plain, Greenwood and Batiey, Limit-d, 624 625
  • Grinding Machine, Tool, Motor-driven, B. R. Rowland, 500
  • Lathe, 23in. All-gear, Judson-Jackson Company, 306
  • Lathe, 3iiu. Centres Screw-cutting, Dron and LaWfOn 603
  • Lathe, 4Jin. Experimental, G. Birch and Co., 447
  • Lathe, Semi-high-speed, Britannia Engineering Compaby, i 7
  • Milling Machine, Midgley and Su*clifie, /2
  • Milling Machine, Vertical, Cunliffeand Croom, 254
  • Saw, Power-driven Hack, Fortuna Machine Company, 282
  • Shnping Machine, Small Power, Nelson Bros., 392
  • Tu bine Lathe, Turbine Casing Boring Machine, P.aning Machine, Thomas Shanks, 160, 166
  • MACHINERY and Auxiliaries of the White Star Liner Olympic, 209 (/<’oitr T>ro‘pctge Supple- nientSf MarckZi'd^ 1911)
  • Machinery Exporis, 388
  • McKay, K. F., on Design of Caras for High-speed Motors, 614
  • McWil.iara, Professor A., and Mr. W. R. Barclay on Adhesion of Silver on German Silver, 88
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Pump House and Pumping Plants on, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, 8u8, 319
  • Marino Engines—see Engines
  • Marshall, C. F. Dendy, on Train Resistance, 613; (Lette>), 6al
  • Mast, A New Telescopic, T. Birnbaum, 100
  • Measurement of Tempei'ature, Instruments for, Lcbkole C mpany, 487
  • Mechanical Hauoling of Coal and Ore, 569
  • Mechanical S.oker, Bennis, 497
  • Mechanical Bickers tor Locomotives, D. F. Craw- tora, 594
  • Mechanicausing Analysis as an Aid to Accuracy and Speed, C. 11. and N. D. Ridsdale, 539, 553
  • Mesopotamia, Irrigation Works in, W. H. Wheeler, 170
  • Metal, White Anti-friction, Tests on. Professor C. A. M. Smitn and Mr. H. J. Humphries, 88
  • Metals, Corr«»8ion of, Donations tv.r Research Work, 392 ; Report by Guy D. Bengough, 66, 70, 71, 97, 122. 129
  • Metals, Some Practical Experience with Corrosion of, Engineer Rear-Admiral J. T. Corner, 70, 71, 73
  • Metallurgical Aspect of Magnetic Phenomena, 118
  • Mid-Scotland Ship Canal, 323
  • Milking Machine, Welander and Kellner’s, 670 Milling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Milling or Siiell R^-amers with Irregular Teeth, G Doori^kkers, 433
  • Milton, J. T., on Diesel Engines for Sea-going Vessels, 377, 393
  • Mines and Mining News:
  • Accident Prevention in Mines, 522 Coai Mines Bill, 303
  • Electricity in Mines, Use of, 169 Gold Mining Industry of the Witwatersrand, Transvaal, Past, Present, and Future of, F, H. Hatch, 666
  • Governor and Overwinding Gear, Wilde and Petrie, 522
  • Lamps, Satety—^^e Coal and Collieries
  • Mining Acciaenis and the Eight Hours Act, 93
  • “Otto” Mining Locomotive, W. Silversteen, 522
  • Rope-releasing Device for Mines, Patent Safety Mining Gear Company, 522
  • Scottish Mining during 1910, 628 Unwaiermg a Cornish Tin Mine, 568
  • MOISTURE Tester for Grain, Brown and Duvel, 601
  • Mond Gas and Ammonia Recovery Plant, Power Gas Corporat on, 523
  • Money S.oe of Industry, 465 ; (Letters), 499 Mom pones, Electrical, 364 Montreal—see Harbours
  • Monioing Machine, Hollow Chisel, A. Ransome, 307
  • Motor Boats—see Ships
  • Motor Boat Engines—see Engines and Motors Motors, Electric—see Electrical Matters

Motor Vehicles and Motor Matters:

  • F.N. Car, 10 12 HP., 230 I
  • Factory at Belgium, 32b 330
  • Motor Traffic and the Road. 466
  • “ Simplex ” Motor Trams, 254
  • Suspension of Motor Vehicles, 647
  • Turin Exhibition, Cars at, 661
  • MUNICIPAL Electrical Association—Associations
  • NANTES—see Harbours

Naval Engineer Appointments:

  • 470, 582, 606, 633
  • NAVAL Matters—see Ships
  • New Year’s Honour#, 23
  • New York and the Leviathan, 336
  • Nicolson, Professor J. T., O'! the Elastic Line of a Pillar Acted on by a Couple at any Height, 59
  • Nic<lsoD, Professor J. T., on Reformation of B iler Eagmeeri' g, 39, 43. 51, 185, 221 ; (Letiers) 39, 75, 99, 138 185, 227
  • Norwich Show, Internal Combustion Engines at, 668
  • Noxitius Atmospheres, Life-saving Apparatus for use in, 651
  • Nut, Lock, Peter Heaton, 297

Obituary:

  • Aird, Sir John (Portrait), 38
  • Airedale, Lord (Portrait), 305
  • Bainbridge, E. M., 513
  • Borrowman, W. C , 161
  • Cawdor, Earl, 143
  • Daniel, Edward, 415
  • Dunlop, David Ji hn (Portrait), 590
  • F.l ner, Edward, 87
  • Fi'llerton, Alexander, 590
  • McLean, J. Hardie, 362
  • Marrack, Eogineer-Captain, 124
  • Nisbet, John Wylie. 190
  • P- ddie, Thomas, 224
  • Reveirs, George, 467
  • R chardson, A. W., 12
  • Robertson, Duncan, 143
  • Schwitzer, John E., 161
  • Snowball, Edward (Portrait), 665
  • Tilghman, Bex j^min Chew, 328
  • Whitwell, George Coates, 143
  • OIL Engines—see Engines Internal Combustion
  • Omnibuses, T o ley, Herr Huth, 226
  • Ordnance—see War Material
  • Orrock, G. A., on Surface Condensers, 194
  • PANAMA, 31 {Twenty-page Supplewenl, Jime 1911)
  • Paper-making Machines, The Driving of, T. W. Sharpe, 121
  • Paraffin Engines—see Engines
  • Patient’s Point of View, 647 ; (Letter), 682—see also Education and Training of Bnyineers
  • Parliament, Engineering Bills in, 1911, 37
  • Parsons, Hon. C. A., and R. J. Walker on Twelve Months’ Experience with Geared Turbines in the Cargo S earner Vesva^ian, 355
  • Passengers’ Luggage—see Luggage
  • Past, Present and Future of the Gold Mining Industry of the Witwatersrand, Transvaal, F. H. Hatch, 666
  • Patents, Compulsory Working of, 94 451, 505. 532, 557, 585. 633

Patent Specifications, British and American

  • (missing lines)
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 55 79, 127, 128, 103, 179, 205. 206, 233, 261, 262, 344. 371, 372, 423, 477, 478, 506, 531, 532, 557, 585, 586, 633. 634, 657, e85, 686
  • Engines, Steam, 29, 55. 79. 80, 127, 180, 233, 234, 261, 288, 316, 372, 451, 452, 477, 478, 531, 558. 585, 686. 658, 686
  • Gas Producers, 205, 2-)l, 398, 477, 505, 557 Hydraulics, 154. feOS
  • Lighting and Heat ng, 104, 206, 262, 315, 478, 506, 608 634, 658 685
  • Locomotives, 56, 203. 234, 288, 398, 586, 685 Machine Tools and Shop Appdauces, 29, 30, 56, 104, 128, 154, 204, 234, 261. 316, 343, 344, 424, 452 506, 5^52 558, 586, 607, 657, 686
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 29. 80, 104, 128, 153, 261, 288, 315, 343, 452, 558, 607
  • Mines and Metals, 29, 154, 344, 372, 398, 424, 506, 608, 634
  • Miscellaneous, 30, 80, 104, 128, 154, 180, 206, 234, 262, 316, 344, 372, 398, 424 452, 478, 506, 532, 558, 586. 608. 634, 658, 686
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 80, 234, 451, 477, 685
  • Ordnance and Armour, 104, 180, 452, 634
  • Pumping and Bl wing Machinery, 261, 287, 315, 397, 398, 424, 477, 506. 558, 585, 634, 685
  • Ships and Boats, 316, 372, 398, 505, 532, 586, 608.
  • Steam 104, 397, 686
  • Switch Gear, 29, 104, 234, 343. 371, 451, 478
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 56, 179, 287, 343, 658
  • Tramways and Railways, 180 206, 288, 372, 398, 423, 452, 608, 634, 658, 686
  • Transformers, 153, 343
  • Transmits on of Power, 128, 180, 316, 371, 397, 506 532, 6^7
  • Turbine Machinery, 2Q, 30 154. 206, 316, 344,
  • 397, 505, 532, 557, 558. 633, 686

Personal and Business Announcements :

  • 28 55, 78, 102, 126. 1.52, 204, 232 288, 315, 342 371, 39rt, 422, 450, 504, 5s0, obi, 584, 606, 6a2, 6D6 684
  • PERU, The Production (f Cocaine in, 549
  • Petrol-driven Fire Pump, Merryweaiher, 653 Petrol Engines—see Bug ices
  • Pile Driving, Pile Drivers, and Sheet Piling, 581 Piilii g, H,, on Rolling Mill and Blowing Engines, 267
  • Ploughing Bngincs—sec Engines
  • Pneumaiic Stripping At paratus for Carding Engines, Cook and Co., 72
  • Pocket-books, &c.—see Calendars
  • Pontoon Dredger—see Dredger
  • Poppet Va ve Engine—see Engines, Steam Ports—see Harbours
  • Potato Diggt-rs and Sorters, Competitions by
  • Royal Agiicultural society, 670
  • Power Station in Machinery Hall at Turin Exhibition, 611
  • Power StanoDS—see also Electrical Matters Pioblem t-f the High Masonry Dam, R. Ryves, 181, 223
  • Producerh—see Gas and also Engines
  • Progre&s of Worships—see Ships, Naval Matters Propellers and Marine Propulsion—see Ships

Pumps:

  • High-lift Centrifugal, E. Scott and Mountain, 24 3
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Pump House and Pumping Plants on, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, 30b, 309
  • Pumps at Manchester Exhibition, 523
  • Pumping Station at Walton, 616, 620, 640, 643; (Lecier)j 6fi2
  • Staiionary Petrol-driven Fire Pump, Merryweather, 6'3
  • Turbine Pump, Mather-Reynolds, 523
  • Zoehy Steam Turbine Pump, 623
  • QUEBEC Bridge—see Bridges
  • RACKING or Skewing of Overhead Travelling Cranes, E. G. Fiegehen, 624
  • Radless Trolley Car fur Leeds, 680 Rails, 545

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: General:

  • British, French and German Railway Speed in 1910, 142; (Letteis) 173, lfc7
  • Efficiency of Railway Equipment, 494 EicCiric Railways, 494
  • Escalator at Earl’s Court Stations, 577
  • Freiebi Train Resistance, 141; (Letters), 280, 4' S, 445, 471
  • Iron Trane and Railway Rates, 542
  • Mooern Railway Signalling, A. T. Bla;ckall, 256
  • Oil Railway Tractor, Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., 496, 497
  • Railway Amalgamation, 462
  • Railway Posi ion, 185
  • Railway Tire Turning, 272
  • Relation of Railways t ‘the Board of Trade, 590 Re jpening a Derelict Railway, 414
  • Rosisiance ot Riilway Wagons, 5i9 !
  • Sitrnalling. Cab, London and South-Western Railway, 652
  • Tire ana Axle-making Plant. Railway and Tramway, P. R. Jackson, 514, 515, 518
  • Train Lighting System, Leeds Forge Company, 390
  • Tram Resistance, C. F. Dendy Marshall on, 613 Westioghouse Brake, Hiotory of the, G. West- ingbouse, 51

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Accidents, A Year’s, 542
  • Australia, Steep-grade Railway in, 373; (Cor- xectiou), 446
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Train Despatching by Telephone, 382
  • District Railway Steel Rolling Stock, 9, 46 Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, 462 Great Western Railway Signalling, A.
  • Blackall, 256
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Accident at Ormskiik, 65
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Electrification, 310,488
  • London and North - Western Collisions at Willesden and Wavertree, 304, 308; (Letters), 445
  • London and South-Western Railway, Cab Signalling, 652
  • London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, 242 Midland Railway Accident at Hawes Junction, 324
  • Midland Railway Power Station at Derby, 188, 192
  • Nonh - Eastern Railway, Concrete Water Towers, 244, 245
  • Ormskirk Accident, 65
  • Railway Accident Returns, 648
  • Rolling Stock, Electrical, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 4b8
  • Shropshire and Montgomoryshire Light Railway, 414
  • Taff Vale Collision at Coke Ovens, 386, 391
  • Train Despatching by Telephone in Canada, 382

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: Foreign:

  • Alpine Tunnels, 242
  • American Railway Accidents, 502
  • Atchison, Topeka and Santa Railway Cam- pany's Pile Driver, 581
  • Railways and Railway Matters
  • Kopeig’n {continued):
  • Beacon Hill Tunnel, Kowloon-Canton Railway, 428- 431
  • Detroic River Tunnel, W. J. Wilgus, 161 Elecmfi taxion of Paris Subniban Lines, 467 French Railways. Arbitration on, 32 German Electric Railways, 46/ Hudeidah-Sana’a Rtiiway, 416 Italian Scate Railways, 561
  • Kowloon-Canton Railway, Beacon Hill Tunnel, 428, 431
  • Kwantung Spction of the Canton - Hankow Railway, 479 507, 511
  • North-Souih Underground Railway in Paris, 636
  • Swedish State Railways, Train Ferry Rolling Stock 650
  • Train Control in America, 485
  • Yemen, First Railway in the, 416

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • Compounding and Superheating, Lancashire and Yorkshire RaiiWay, 61
  • Crampton Intermediate Driving Shaft Locomotives, 3a8
  • Fairlie Type Locomotive for Mexico, Vulcan Foundry, Limited 392, 540
  • Largest Locomotive in ihe World, 495 Ljcomotive Economy, 69
  • Locomotives ax d Trams, 412
  • Mechanical Stokers for Locomotives, D. F. Crawford. 594
  • Passenger Tank Engines, 270, 271
  • Sbay Gear* d Locom juvo, Lima Locomotive and
  • Machine Cjmpany, 679
  • Stumpf Locotno ive, 124
  • Trevithick’s CjmOme i Feed-water Heating and Superheating System, 39

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Caledonian Locomotives and Superheated Steam, 628
  • D»x jeeiiug - Himalayan Railway Locomotive, Beyer, Poacuck auO Co., 240, 248
  • Garratt Locomotive for the Darjeeling-Himalayan Railway, Beyer, Peacock and Go., 240, 248
  • Geared Locomotives for New South Wales, Lima Locomotive and Machine Company, 6i9
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Cotupounding anu Superheating, 61
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Tank Eugine, 17 {iSuppletnent, January 6rA. 1911)
  • Lonoou a. Q Nor h-Westein RAUWay Superheater Side-tax k Passenger E giue, 654( j’?w- J'an.e'£6rd> 1911)
  • LOIXUUD, 'iixDury ana boutnend Lngine, 270, 271
  • Nori-b-Eastern Three-cylinder Tank Engine, 17, 23, 87, 92 {Supplements January Qtk 1911)
  • Scutcn Locomotives lor F.ance, Noith B.itish Locomotive Cumpany, 580

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign:

  • American Four-cylinder Balanced Locomotives, 591
  • Auhkson, Topeka and Santa F^ Railway, Two Hundred aud Foriy-five-ion LcCumotive, 495
  • Chtmin de Fer du jSord Fuur-cyliuaer Compound Ejgme, 149
  • Compounds and Simples in France, 114
  • Egyptian State Rxilways, Combii-ed Feed- water Heating aod buperheating, 39
  • French Locomotive Performances, J. T. Button- Alexanoer, 560, 587
  • Heavy Duuole-ended Locomotive for Mexico, Vulcan Foundry, Lim ted, 3«2, 540
  • Italian State RaiiWays Locomotive. 509 Nederiandscbe Locomotive Department, Amste.dam, 64 68
  • Paris-Orleans iw>-cylinder Simple Superheat Locomotive, 587
  • Scotch Locomoiives for F ance, North British L.,comot*ve Company, 580
  • RALSTON, S. B,, on Description of a Stability and Trim Indicator, 403
  • Rangoon—gte Hat bouts
  • Rating of Engines—see B jgines
  • R.coruers, GO2, in Power SUtions, 90
  • Recorder, Timo, Stocks h-Brook, 256
  • Reformation of Boiler iingmeenng—/fee Boilers Relation of Railways 10 tneBuard of Traoo, 590 Recard Road Train at Norwich Show, Daimler Company, 668
  • Resistance, Liquid, Colonel R. de Villamil, 430; (Letter), 499
  • Resistance of Railway Wagons, 519
  • Resisiance of Trains, C. F. Denoy Marshall on, 613 ; (Letter), 681
  • Rhooin, on Corrosion of Alloys, 129 ; (Letter), 186, 227
  • Ridsaale, C. H. and N. D., on Mechauica Using Aoalysis as an Aid to Accuracy and Speed, 539, 553 / r .
  • “Rug Mule” Spinning Frame, 49
  • Road Locomotives—see Locomotives
  • Rock Boring Machine, F. Meyer, 568
  • Rolling Mill and Blowing Engines, H. Pilling, ^0/
  • Rolling Mill, Geared Turbine-driven, C. A. Par- tons and Co., 358, 362; (Correction), 385
  • Rolling of Ships, G. Idie, 447, 461, 489
  • Rolling Stock—see Railways
  • Roof of New-street Station, Birmingham, btrengthenieg, 76
  • Rosyth Explosives Works, 224
  • Rowell, H. b., on Aero-Mechanical Science in Germany, 564
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Norwich, 668, 672
  • Royal C.>mmission on Coast Erosion, 664
  • Royal Institution and Royal Society—see Associations
  • Royal Society Conversaziones and Exhibits, 486, 018
  • Ry^s, R., on the Problem of the High Masonry Dam, 181, 223
  • SAFETY Lamps-—see Coal and Collieries
  • Salvage Dock for Raising Sunken Vessels, Herr von K itzing, 47i5
  • Sanitary Dwellings, International Congress on, 667
  • Saws—see Machine Tools Scale Formed in an Enclosed Feed Heater,
  • Analyses of, A. W. Empson, 190 Scaling fools—see Boilers Scottish Mining—see Mining Screwing Machines—see Machine Tools Sea Wail at Blackpool, 539, 544 Sectional Boiler—see Boilers Sewage Disposal, Royal Commission, 263 Sewage Disposal Systems, W. C. Easton, 66 Shackle, Berto-’s, 444 Shaping Machines—see Machine Tools

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • Clyde Shipbuilding for January, 148; ' Months, 242 ; Quarter, 364
  • Elec ric Propulsion or Ships, 600 Electric Transmission for S ji».s, 443 Engines for Ships—see Engines and Motors Lloyd’s Register ot ah‘pping in Scotland, 265 Lloyd’s Summary of Sh-pbui ding in 1910, 61 Marine Propulsion, Developinm^s in, 142 New D^ign of Merchant Vessel, Maxwell Ballard, 406
  • Reconstruct on of a Paddle Steamer’s Hull, 198 Rolling of S ups, G. Idle, 447, 461, 489
  • Salvage D ck for Raising Sunken Vessels, Herr von Klitzing, 472
  • Screw Pn pellers, 235 Shipbuilding iu 1910, Lloyd’s Summary, 61 S*abijiiyj Curves of, 412
  • Stability aud Trim Indicator, Description of,
  • S. B. Ralston, 403
  • Steering Gear Experiments on the Turbine Yacht Albion, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw and Mr. K, L. Martineau, 403, 417
  • Stress in Platts oi Variable Seclion, Distribution of. Determination by Photo - elastic Methods, Professor E G. Coaer, 4i5
  • Tanks, Anti-rolhng at Sea, Herr Frahm, 378 Tanks, Experimental—see Tanks

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: British Navy:

  • British and German Navies, Relative Strength in Torpedo Craft, 425
  • Burma, Oil Tank Steamer for the Navy, 253 Colossus, H.M. Bat Ifcsuip, 269
  • Conqueror, H.M. Battleship, Launch of, 472 Dartmouth, H.M. Cruiser, 174
  • Hercules, H M. Battleship, 2^2 Monarch, H.M. Battleship, L uneb, 406 Thunderer, H.M. Battleship, 112
  • Yarmouth, H.M. Protected Cruiser, Launch, 414

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • Battleships, Pr Blem of Size in, Professor J. J. We.ch, 353 359; (Letter.-), 525
  • Dingible Balloon Shed at Barrow, 171
  • Fighting Efficiency of Modern Battleships, Professor J. H. Bi es, 89
  • Naval Airship—see Aeronautics
  • Naval Battle Practice in 1910, 391 ; (Letter), 445
  • Navy Estimates, 275, 283
  • Od Buppiy Ve sei for the Navy, 263
  • Progress oc Warships snd Machinery under Construction in England, 33
  • Subm»rine Li e-saving Appliances, 45 Warships Launched and Laid Down in 1910, 82, 83; (Correction), 167 I

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Foreign Navies:

  • Argentine Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Mendoza and Catamarea, 2^0, 22)
  • Argentine Turbine Destroyers, 60; (Letter), 123
  • French Battleship Condorcet, 7, 8 '
  • French Battleships Condorcet and Voltaire, 266, 27s 570
  • French Battleship Vergniaud, 8, 19
  • French Battleships of tne Danton Class, 542 [Tivo-paffe Supplement^ May 1911) i
  • French Crui e** Edgar Quu.et, 52 |
  • French Naval Construction, 118, 222 '
  • United States Navy, Annual Report, 114
  • Gnit d Biates Wareihips, Curtis Turbines for, 3^5 {Tivo-page Supplement, April 7tkf 1911)

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • Albion, Turbine Yacht, Steering Gear Experiments. Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw and Mr. F. L. Martineau, 403, 417
  • Cairn Line PaSasngtr Steamship Gerona, 245 Cameronia, Twin-Screw Anchor Line Steamship, 579
  • Comet Bteamboat and Henry Bell, 37 ; (Letter), 40
  • Diesel Oil Engine Ship Vulcanus, 10, 33, 44 Eagle IIL, Paddle Steamer, Reconstiuction, 198
  • Ederior, Steamship, Maxwell Bal]a’'d, 406 First Gas-driven Cargo Vessel, Hojzapfel I., 150
  • Frerichs, Diesel Eogine Service Boat, 349 Grain B >aX8 Dunelm and Turret Crown at Montreal, 434
  • Medina, P. and O. Liner, 299
  • Motor Boats for Bagdad, Yarrow, 441
  • Motor Fire Float Gamma, J. I. Thornycroft, Limited, 324, 325
  • Motor Oil Barge Rocklight, J. I. Thornycroft, Limited, 324, 325
  • New York and the Leviathans, 336 Ocean-going Diesel Oil Engine Ship, Barclay,
  • Cuile and Co., 350
  • Olympe, Bo’lor Rums and Machinery, &c., 209 (Foxtr Tivo page. Supplements^ Marek 1911}
  • P. and 0. Liner Medina, 299
  • Petrol-driven Od Tank Barge White May, 148 Princess Jmiaua, Batch Steamship, 65 (Supple- mentf January 2J^A, 1911)
  • Rombraudt, Steamship, Nederlandsche Snip- buuding Company, 64
  • Saguenay, iJanadiin River Steamer, Fairfiald Shipbui-diug and Engineering Company, 472
  • Steamers at the Port of Nantes, 589, 596 Titanic, Lauucnof the White Star Liner, 567, 575
  • Vespasian, Cargo Steamer, Geared Tarbines in, Hun. C. A. Parsons and R. J. Walker, 355
  •  ; Wh te Star L uers Olympic and Titanic 209,
  • i 56/, 575 Four Ttco-page Supplements, Marek Zrd, 1911)
  • Ypirauga and Corcovado, Steamers, Fitted with Anti-rolling Tanks, Herr Frahm, 378
  • SHIPYARDS—see Works
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Signalling—see Railways
  • Slide Valve, Kusseil, 334
  • Smith, Professor C. A. M., and Mr. H. J. Hum- ghnes on Tests on White Anti-friction Meial,
  • Smoke Prevention in Steam Boilers, 468
  • Societies—see Associations, &c.
  • Softening of Water—see Water
  • Solder, Aluminium, 365
  • South America—see Engineering
  • South Wales Deadlock, 574
  • Spark Sights for internal Combustion Engines, 444
  • Spinning Frame, Ring Mule Company, 49
  • Stability. Curves or, 412
  • Stability ludicaior—see Ships
  • Stability and Resistance of Air Craft, M. O’Gorman, 268
  • Stationary Dredger—see Dredger
  • Stationary Pump—see Pomps .
  • Stead, J. E., on tne Woluiog^up of Blow-holes and Cavities in Steel ingots, 498, 512
  • Steam Condensing Piano, W. A. Dexter, 76; (Letter), 123
  • Steam, Dryness Fraction of, after Adiabatic Expansion, F. J. Kean, 436
  • Steam Eugines—see a<n^ioes, Steam
  • Steam Feed-Water Heate'*s, 386 ; Professor A. H. Gibson, 107, li7, 138, 172 226, 229, 3b9 ; A, W. H*milcon, 149, lob. 226. 365. 570; (Letie s), 136, 138, i<2, 186, 187, 226, 227, 2o4, 25O, 281, 337, 365, 407, 408, 415, 471, 54i, 570. 6Q1
  • Steam Hydraulic Forging Press, Fielding and Platt, Limited, 553
  • Steam in the Making: A Molecular Theory, A. W, Hamiiioi-, 516
  • Steam Sieeriug Gjar, &c., of the White Star Liner Olympic, 209 (Four Two page Supplements, Marek ^rd, 1911}
  • Steam Wagon—see Wagun Steel—see iron acd Steel
  • Sterilisation of Water Supplies by Ultra-violet Rays. 610
  • Stoker, Mechanical, Bennis, 497
  • Stokers, Mechanical, for Locomotives, D. F, Crawford, 594
  • Stone Crusher, Disc, Symons, 282
  • Stress in Plates of Variable Section, Professor Coker—see Snips
  • Strike Quesduns—see Labour
  • Stripping Apparatus fur Carding Engines, Pneumatic. Cook and Co., 72
  • Stumpf Locomoiive—see Railway Locomotives Submarines—see Ships
  • Submersible Mo or—see Electrical Matters Subwayi-, The “Elephant,” 120
  • Suction Gas Plant—see E jgtncs, also Gas Sugar Machinery in Peru, 106, 129, 140 Superheaier Engines—see Railway Locomotives ouperheater for Stnkng Boi'er, Ferguson Super- neaters, Limited, 124; (Letter?), 138 ; (Correction), 150
  • Superheaters, Railway Locomotives—see Railway LocomoiivfcS
  • Superheating, Practical, 250, 276; (Letters), 257, 33/
  • Superheating, The Value of, 276
  • supplement, fwenty-page, Panama Canal, June 9th, 1911
  • Supplements, Illustrations only—see Separate Section
  • Surface Combustion, Dr. Bone, 331
  • Suspension of Motor Vehictes—see Motor Vehicles Swiss Exhibirs at Turin Exhibition, 613
  • Swivel Ball Bearings for Shafts, lhe Skofko, Unbreakable PuiJey and Mid Gearing Company, 603 ; (Leiter), 627
  • Sydney University Kagineering Laboratory, 35, 42
  • TABLES of Constants, 604
  • Tabulator, The, B itish Tabulating Machine Company, 96, 146 196 2Z9
  • Tank, 9,000,0JU-gallon Water, for Calcutta, Clayton, 4-36, 438
  • Tank, National Experimental, 597; Photographs at Koyai Society Conversazioue, 618
  • Tank, The Naciunai Experimental, and its Equipment, G. S. Baker, 366
  • Tank, Anti-Bolling, at Sea, Herr Frahm, 378 Taylorism, 620; (Letter) 641
  • Ttunnioal Eiucation, Compal ory, 223 Toes Biver Improvements and Dredger, 629 Telephone, Train D spatching by, in Canada, 382 felefcCjpio Mast, A NoW, T. Bimoaum 100 Temperature, Automatic Beguiation of, 2.8 Temperature, Inotruments fur the Measurement of, Leskole Company, 487 Tennis Courts, Covered, ao Dulwich, 393 Tenoning Machine, Vertical End, Tnomas Robin
  • son, 228 Tester for Moisture—see Moisture Testing Corrvsiou—see Corrosion Testing Machine, Torsion, Professor Lilly, 175 Tests of Chorus tor Quebec Biidge—see B idges Tests of a 50t0-Kilowatt Tu. b; Generator,
  • British We.-tmgnouse Company, 582 Thomson, T. Frame, on Commercial and Technical Eolations of Engineering Design and Work, 629
  • Thread Gauges, Internal, Making a Chaser for, G, Door^kkers, 265 Time Etc orders, Scockall-Brook, 256 Tin and Copper, 245
  • I in-plate Irade, 416
  • Tire and Axle-makiug Plant at Workington, F.
  • B. Jackaon and Co., 514, 515, 518 Tires—see K-aiiways Too--grmdiLg Machine, Motor-driven, B. R.
  • Row.and and Co., Limited, 600 Torpedo Crafw—see Ships loision-tes iug Machine, Professor Lilly’s, 175 Trackless Tramw«ys for Leeds, 680 Traction Engines at lN«*r«vicn Show, 669 ErttCtion Enginea—see also Engines and Motors Traction and P ouching Engines in the United States, 333, 374, 384
  • Tractors, OJ, Petrol, and Steam, at the Royal Agricultural 6how, b68, 672
  • Tractor, Runway—see Railways, General Trace in 1910, 15
  • Trades Unions—see Labour
  • Ttathc of London, Bep*jrt on, 157, 167
  • Train Ferries—see f erry
  • Train Resiaiancecs, Notes on, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 613 ; (Letter), 681
  • Train ng ot Eugineors, Conference on Education and, 5J2, 591, 647, 675 ; (Letters), 681, 682 ;
  • For Titles of Papera Bead—see Institution of Civil Euginee 8
  • Training for Engineering Business, Professor W. J. Aahley, 425, 439, 622 ; (Letters), 474, 498, 525, 541
  • Trams—see Railways
  • Trains, ‘’oimpiex ” Motor, 254
  • Tramway Car, Moi.ophase, for Parma, Teohno- masio Ltxluno, 6i2
  • Tramway Developments, Electric, 44 Tramways, The Dundon Electric, 359 Tramways, Trackless, tor Leeds, 680 Transmitter, lhe Fuectinger, 3:i8 Transporter Bridge at Nantes, 588 596 Trevithick tiupeiheated Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives
  • Trolley Omnibuses, Herr Huth, 226
  • Tunnels under the tteine, fur the Nord-Sud Railway, 636
  • Turbine, IMO H.P. Lunedab, at Walton, 640 Turoine-driven Rolling Mill, C. A. Parsons and Co., 358, 362; (Cometion), 385
  • Turbine Manufacture at Brown. Boveri’s Works, 107, 109, 116
  • Turbine Pumps—see Pumps
  • Turbine, Rateau, Fraser and Chalmers, 162 Turbine Rotor, Casintr and Turbine Boom of the White Star Liner Olympic, 209 [Foin Two-paye Supplements^ March '6rdy lyil)
  • Turbine, Zueily, Escher Wyss, 216
  • Turbines, British Humboldt Engineering Company, l64
  • Turbines, Curtis Marine, for United States Warships, 365 (Tu'O-page Supplement^ April Ith^ 1911)
  • Turbine-i of the French Battleships Condorcet and Voltaire, 266, 274
  • Turbines, Geared, in the Cargo Steamer Vespasian, Hon. C. A. Parsons and R. J, Walker, 355 ; (L tcer), 408
  • Turbines, M*>st Economical Vacuum for, W. A, Dexter, 76
  • Turbines, Steam, The Year’s Progress in the Design of, 57, 84, 130, 16^, 216
  • Turbo Generators at Midland Railway Power Station at Derby, Wilians and Robinson, 188, 192
  • Turbo Generator, Tests of a 5000-Kilowatt, British Westinghouse Company, 580
  • Turner, A., Engineer-Lieutenant, on Investiga tiou into the Stresses in a Screw Piopeller Blade, 378
  • UNITED States, Traction and Ploughing Engines in, 333
  • University of Sydney Engineering Laboratory, 35. 42
  • Unwatering a Cornish Tin Mine, 568
  • VACUUM Brake Ejector, ” Dreadnought,” Gresham a id Craven 283
  • Value of a Vacuum, 598, 673 ; (Letters), 627, 653
  • Valve, The Osborne Non-cutting, 490; (Letters), 525, 541
  • Valve, Hydraulic, Jens Orten-Bonng, 297
  • WAGON, High-speed Three-Ton Steam, Mann’s Patent Steam Care and W«*goa Company, 604
  • Wagons—see also Railways
  • Walton Pumping Station, 616, 620 ; (Letter), 6tt2

War Material:

  • American Naval Ordnance, 114
  • Artillery Science, Sir G. Greenhill, 648
  • Belgian Arms Factory, 320, 330
  • Erosion ot Gun lUOcs and Heat Phenomena in the Bore of a Gun, Capt H. J. Jones, 294 317,3o0, 380, 39d ; (Correction). 4-59
  • Gun, i'no 15in., irom an E igiueer’s Point of View, Captain H. J Jones, 457
  • GuaiavO'-s, Tests, 135
  • Krupp Equipmeut A New, 564
  • Shooting in the Navy, 135
  • WATER in Pipes, Graphic Calculation of the Flow vf, r. G. Booking, 565
  • Water Suftenmg by Aluminium Plates, T. B. Duggan, 392

Water Supply:

  • Bolton, Mechanical Filters at, Mather and Pi«»tt, 145
  • Manchester Waterworks, 82 (Ttr^o^page Sapple- vnetit^ Jaicuary
  • Walton Pumping Station, 616, 620, 640,643; (Letter), 082
  • Water Supplies, Sterilisation of, by Ultra-violet Rays, 610
  • Well at Beaconsfield, 652
  • WATER Tank, Niue Million Gallon, for Calcutta, Clayton, 436, 438
  • Water Towers, Reinforced Concrete, 244. 245 Weighing, Net, ot Passengers’ Luggage, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 602
  • Welch, Proieasor J. J,, on the Problem of Size in Battiesnip-i, 353, 359 ; (Letters), 525
  • Welding ot Biow-noies in Steel—sec Iron and Steel
  • Welds, Some Studies of, W. (Latter), 541
  • Wed at Beaconsfield, 652
  • Westinghouse Brake, History house, 51
  • Wheeler, W. H., on Irrigation potamia, 170
  • Wheels for Tractors, CiSt Steel Y-Spoked, Atlas Reaihent Road Wneels, Limited, 670
  • Williams, H., on Beet Sugar Factories, 486
  • Wmcb Installation, Electric, at Tyne Dock, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 469
  • Winstanley’s Apparatus for Mines, 522

Works:

  • Beet Sugar Factories, H. Williams, 486
  • Belgian Arms Factory, at Hersttl, 320, 330
  • Bethlehem Steel Works, Improvements at, 602
  • Brown, Boveri's Works at Baden, 107, 109, 116
  • Clyde and Tyne Shipyard Extentsions, 114, 158, 166
  • Inlaud Ironworks, 639
  • London and Glasgow Shipbuilding Works, 158, i 166
  • Nederlandsche Works at Amsterdam, 64, 68 {Tuo-page Supple^nentf January 1911)
  • Rosyth Explosive Works, 224
  • Shipyard at Low Walker, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 144; (Correction), 199
  • YALE University Laboratory, 216

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