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The Engineer 1911 Jul-Dec: Index: Miscellaneous
The Engineer 1911 Jul-Dec: Index: Miscellaneous
The Engineer 1911 Jul-Dec: Index: Miscellaneous
The Engineer 1911 Jul-Dec: Index: Miscellaneous
The Engineer 1911 Jul-Dec: Index: Miscellaneous
The Engineer 1911 Jul-Dec: Index: Miscellaneous

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  • ABSOLUTE Pressure Gauge, Schaffer and | Budenberg, Limited, 522, 536

ACCIDENTS:

  • Accidents during Works of Construction, 157
  • Accidents in Workshops, 76
  • Austin Dam Disaster, 355, 376
  • Collapse of a Canal Embankment, 588
  • Liberte, French Battleship, Loss of, 333, 340 ; (Letter), 340
  • Olympic and H.M. Cruiser Hawke in Collision, 316, 637, 641
  • Railway Accidents, A Year’s, 213
  • Stranding of the Italian Cruiser San Giorgio, 201
  • ADAMSON, E., on Temperature Influence on Carbon and Iron, 385
  • Adherence of Flat Surfaces, H. M. Budgett, 570; (Letter), 647
  • Adkins-Lewis System of Continuous Transport, W. Y. Lewis, 277, 407, 645

AERONAUTICS:

  • Air Race, 105
  • Aviation, A. E. Berriman, 251 ; (Letter), 291
  • Bristol Aeroplanes and Factory, British and Colonial Aeroplane Company, 224
  • France, Aerotechnics in, 128, 133
  • French Exhibits at Turin, 63
  • Government Aeronautical Committee, Work of, 160, 172, 181, 194 ; (Letter), 216, 230
  • Military Aviation, 643
  • Models for Study of Aeroplane Problems, 172; (Letter), 216,'230
  • Progress of Aerial Navigation, 334
  • Progress of Aviation, 665
  • Propellers for Flying Machines, H. Chatley, 91 ; (Letters), 126, 164, 356, 379, 647
  • St. Cyr Aeronautical Institute, 128, 133 Wreck of the-Naval Airship, 326, 334
  • AGREEMENT to Employ an Engineer, Notes on, 106
  • Agricultural Machines, French and German, at Turin, 63, 64
  • Agricultural Machinery at Smithfield, 592 Air Compressors—see Compressors
  • Air Locomotive on the Lotschberg-Simplon Railway, 580
  • Alaska Bridge 'Building—see Bridges Alloys of Aluminium and Zinc, Dr. W, Rosen - hain and Mr. S. Archbutt, 325
  • Alloys of Copper and Tin, Volume Changes in,
  • G. L. Haughton and Professor T. Turner, 325 Alloys, The Electrical. Conductivity and Constitution of, Dr. W. M. Guertler, 325 Alloys of Iron and Manganese, Mechanical Influence of Carbon on, Professor J. O. Arnold and F. K. Knowles, 385 Aluminium Works—see Works America in Three Days, 181 ; (Letter), 216

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS:

  • American Car Coupling, A New, 100 Extensive Railway Improvements, 138 Fueling Barge for Lake Steamers, 100 United Stats Collier Neptune, 100 Vanadium in. Cast Iron, 1-38
  • AMERICAN Patents, 566 American Steel—see Iron and Steel Amsler, Dr. Alfred, Some New Types of Dynamometers, 121
  • Anglo-Irish Communications, 146 Annual Report, United States Navy, 657 Antwerp, Moving a Wall in, 526 Approximate Stability, A. R. Liddell, 604 Architecture, Naval—see Ships, Naval Matters Armour Plate Exhibits at Turin, 169 Armour for Ships—Ships, Naval Matters Arnold, Professor J. O., and F. K. Knowles, on
  • Mechanical Influence of Carbon on Alloys of Iron and Manganese, 385
  • Artillery—see War Material, and also Ships, Naval Matters

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association, The British :
  • Adkins-Lewis System of Rapid Continuous Transport, W. Y. Lewis, 277
  • Aviation, A. E. Berriman, 251 ; (Letter), 291 Aviation Maps, 275
  • Beet Sugar Industry, Neglect of, 252 Corrosion of Steel, Influence of Carbon on, 276
  • Corrugation oii Tram way. Rails, The Origin and Production of, W. Worby Beaumont, 250
  • Diesel Oil Engine, C. Day, 276
  • Economical Power Generation by Overtype Superheated Steam Engines, W. J. Marshall, 276
  • Electrical Drives for Screw Propellers, H. A. Mavor, 250
  • Electrical Steel Melting, 275
  • Electrical Steering, B. P. Haigh, 251 Gaseous Explosions Committee Report, 251 Geology, 252
  • Maps, Col. C. F. Close, 252
  • Meeting at Portsmouth, 238, 250, 275 Presidential Address, Sir William Ramsay, 238
  • Prime Movers now in Operation, Various 'Types, 276
  • Rolling of Ships, professor J. B. Biles, 241
  • Suction Gas Engines and Producers, W. A. Tookey, 276
  • Visit to Portsmouth Waterworks, 251
  • Association, British Foundrymen’s:
  • Annual Convention 161, 188
  • Art as Expressed in Castings, W. F. Bagnall, 188
  • Carbon Control in Cast Iron, R. Buchanan, 161
  • Association, British Foundrymen’s
  • (contfnweJ):
  • Crystallisation of Cast Metals, Dr. C. S. Desch, 188
  • Heat Treatment of Steel Castings, Professor A. Campion, 188
  • Metallography as an Aid to the Ironfounder, J. S. G. Primrose, 188
  • Special Foundry Pig Iron, H. Pilkington, 161
  • Visit to Hyde Park Locomotive Works, &c., 188
  • Warping in Castings, R. R. McGowan, 161
  • Association of Engineers. Manchester:
  • Coal-cutting Machinery, W. Bolton. Shaw, I 595
  • Cutting Tools, Dempster Smith, 471
  • . Electrification of Railways, E. O’Brien, 522
  • Association, Municipal and Electrical:
  • Convention, 22
  • Internal Combustion Engines for Power Stations, Gas Engines and Producer Plants, R.-M. Carr, 22
  • Internal Combustion Engines Working on the Diesel Principle, H. L. Howard, 22
  • Institute of Chemistry:
  • Cement, Bertram Blount, 469, 598
  • Institute, The Concrete:
  • Presidential Address, Sir H. Tanner, 526
  • institute. Iron and Steel |
  • Autumn Conference in London, 361, 384 Autumn Meeting at Turin, 57, 209, 310 Cutlers’ Feast at Sheffield, 384, 401 Mechanical Influence of Carbon on Alloys of Iron and Manganese, Professor J. O. Arnold and F. K, Knowles, 385
  • Origin of the Iron Ores of Swedish Lapland, L. Leigh Fermor, 386
  • Temperature Influence on Carbon and Iron,
  • E. Adamson, 385
  • Transformation of Steel within the Limits of the Temperatures employed in Heat Treatment, Monsieur L. Grenet, 385
  • Institute of Marine Engineers:
  • Visit to Bow Generating Station, 84
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Alloys of Aluminium and Zinc, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. S. Archbutt, 325
  • Autumn Conference at Armstrong College, 303, 325
  • Corrosion of Brass with special reference to Condenser Tubes, Paul T. Bruhl, 325, 341
  • Electrical Conductivity and Constitution of Alloys, Dr. W. M. Guertler, 325
  • Failure of a Brazed Joint, Professor Henry Louis, 325
  • Further Notes on the Nature of Solid Solutions, C. A. Edwards, 325
  • Mechanical Properties of Hard - drawn Copper, D. R. Pye, 325
  • Non-ferrous Metals in Railway Work, George Hughes, 303
  • Visits to Works in and near Newcastle, 326
  • Volume Changes in the Alloys of Copper and Tin, G. L. Haughton and Professor Thomas Turner, 325
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
  • Presidential Address, L. A. Legros, 376
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Conference on Education and Training of Engineers, 6, 38
  • Education, Dr. W. C. Unwin, 7
  • Electric Lighting of Railway Trains, The Brake Vehicle Method, R. T. Smith, 574
  • Experiments on the Strength and Fatigue I Properties of Welded Joints in Iron and Steel, Dr. T. E. Stanton and J. R. Pannell, 624
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Kinlochleven, F. B. Sonnenschein, 523
  • Loch Leven Water Power Works, A. H.
  • Robert, 523
  • Pass List, 523
  • Position and Uses of Engineering Laboratories in relation to Education at College, Professors W. E. Dalby, John Goodman,
  • B. Hopkinson, 38
  • Practical Training, in Workshops or on Works of Construction, &c., Sir H. F. Donaldson and W. B. Worthington, 6
  • Presidential Address, Dr. Unwin, 499
  • Relation of Engineering Employers and Colleges and Practical Training of College Students, Professor J. E. Petayel, J. W. Horne, 7
  • Relation of Practical Training to College Study, &c., Professors A. Barr and H. Louis, 39
  • Value of a University Degree in Engineering Science in relation to Professional Competence, Professor S. M. Dixon, Professor
  • C. F. Jenkin, 9
  • Workshop Training as Preliminary to Practical Training in Engineering, J. A. Brodie, J. M. Moncrief! and Professor J. J. Welch, 40
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Articles of Association, Proposed Alterations, 497 ; (Letter), 497
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • Marine Engineering of To-day and its Developments, E. Hall-Brown, 441, 460
  • Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers:
  • Gravity and Hot Water Heating, Some Doubtful Points in, E. R. Dolby, 81
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Albula Hydro-electric Power Station near Thusis, 178
  • Altdorf Hydro-electric Power Station, 177
  • Augst-Wyhlen Water Power Station, Basle,
  • 177
  • Bellinzona—Mesocco Electric Railway, 178
  • Berne Alpine Railway Electrification, Spiez- brigue, 177
  • Bernese Water Power Company’s Installations at Spiez and Kandergrund, 177
  • Beznau on the Aare Electricity Works, 33, 149
  • Biaschina and Ticinctto Hydro-electric Power Installations, 178
  • Brown, Boveri and Co.,’s Works at Baden, 95, 122 (Two-page Su/g lement, August 4th, 1911) ; (Letter), 126
  • Brusio Power Company’s Stations at Campo- Cologno and Robbia, 178
  • Double Cutting and High-speed Planing Machines, J. H. Wicksteed, 533, 546, 643
  • Electric Traction in Switzerland, E. Huber - Stockar, 95
  • Endurance of Metals, Experiments on Rotating Beams at University College, London,
  • E. M. Eden and others, 422, 533
  • Engineering Laboratories of the Zurich Polytechnic, 124
  • Escher, Wyss and Co.’s Works, Zurich, and Turbines, 175, 176
  • High-pressure Water Power Works, L. Zodel, 121
  • Laufenburg Hydro-electric Power Station,
  • 93, 102
  • •Locarno—Ponte—Brolla—Bignasco Railway,
  • 178
  • Loentscli Electricity Works, 66, 67'
  • Lucern-Engelberg Power Installation, 175
  • Modern Diesel Oil Engines, F. Scliuboler, 119
  • Monthly General Meetings1, 422
  • Oorlikon, Mascliinenfabrik, 149, 154
  • Results of Experiments with Francis Turbines and Tangential (Pelton) Turbines, Professor Dr. F. Prfsil, 147
  • Rheinfelden Hydro-electric Power Station,
  • 94, 95
  • Schaffhausen Hydro-electric Power Station, 12, 149
  • Schweizerische Lokomotiv und Maschinen- fabrik, 123 (Two-page Supplement, August 4th, 1911)
  • Some New Types of Dynamometers, Dr. Alfred Amsler, 121
  • Sulzer Brothers’ Works at Winterthur and Ludwigshafen, 152
  • Visit to Switzerland, 12, 33, 66, 93, 102, 119, 147, 154, 175 (7'wo Two-page Supplements, August 4th, 1911)
  • Wangen Hydro-electric Power Station, 122
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • Cardiff Meeting, 303
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers:
  • New Main Low-level Sewer for the South Side of London, 443
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Armour for Ships, 1860-1910, C. E Ellis, 79
  • Cavitation, Some Further Notes on, S. W. Barnaby, 78
  • Collapsing of Beams and Elastic Curve Slips, Notes on, Professor Marbec, 79
  • Design and Performance of the Transpacific Liners Tenyo Maru and Chiyo Maru, Professors Terano and Baron C. Sliiba, 57, 137
  • Development of Merchant Shipbuilding in Japan, Dr. S. Terano and Mr. M. Yukawa, 55
  • Fifty Years’ Architectural Expression of Tactical Ideas, Admiral Sir C. Bridge, 21
  • Fifty Years’ Changes in British Warship
  • Machinery, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir
  • H. J. Oram, 54
  • Fifty Years’ Developments in Mercantile Ship Construction, Dr. S. J. P. 'l'hearle, 56
  • Fifty Years’ Progress in Shipbuilding in Italy, Colonel G. Russo, 79
  • History of the Institution of Naval Architects, Sir W. White, 19
  • Jubilee Meetings, 18, 54, 77, 137
  • Naval Artillery, Notes on Progress in, Sir Andrew Noble, 79
  • Progress of Naval Construction in Japan, Rear-Admiral Motoki Kondo, 21
  • Progress of Naval Engineering in Japan,
  • Engineer Rear-Admiral Terngoro Fujii, 77
  • Rational Application of the Turbine to the
  • Propulsion of Warships, Professor Rateau, 22, 54
  • Recent Developments in the Sea Transportation of Swedish Ore, J. Johnson, 57
  • Result of Experimental Tank Tests on Models of Submarines, M. S. Chace, 22
  • Scientific Study of Naval Architecture in Germany, Professor Flamm, 77
  • Shipping on the Great Lakes, F. E. Kirby and A. P. Rankin, 57
  • The Marine Steam Turbine from 1894 to 1910, Sir C. Parsons, 22, 215
  • Vibration Phenomena of Steamers, Our
  • Present Knowledge of, Dr. O. Sclilick, 55
  • Warship Building, 1860 to 1910, Sir P. Watts, 79
  • Institution of Naval Architects, German:
  • Annual Meeting. 567, 586
  • Design of my Large Oil Motor, Studies for, Professor H. Junkers, 568, 586
  • Marine Wireless Telegraphy Installations, Direktor Bredow, 567
  • New Electric- Torsion Indicator, Fr. Lux, 588
  • Institution of Naval Architects,
  • Germun continued) :
  • Oil Motor in the German Sea Fisheries, Professor Romberg, 567
  • Practical Results with Counter Propellers, Dr. Wagner, 586
  • Turbine, The Gas, H. Holzwarth, 587
  • Turning of a Twin-screw Steamer in her own
  • Length as Affected by the Direction of Rotation of the Screws, Herr Direktor Walter, 586
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Design of Tall Chimneys, Henry Adams, 59 Two-cycle Engines, R. W. A. Brewer, 498
  • Society, The Faraday:
  • Graphite, Di-. Edward E. Acheson, 538 AUSTIN Dam Disaster, 355, 376 Australian Engineering, 156
  • Automatic Coaling of Ships, 322, 332
  • Automatic Lubricator for Shafts, George Richards, 622
  • Automatic Telephones—see Telephones Aviation-—see Aeronautics
  • BALING Press, Forage, Ferretti and Goggi, 143
  • Ball, J. D. W., on Reinforced Concrete for Railway Engineering Works, 331, 421, 450
  • Ballard, P., on The Hob in its Cutting Position 145
  • .Balloons—see Aeronautics
  • Barnaby, S. W., on Some Further Notes on Cavitation, 78, 208
  • Barr, Professor A., on The Relation of Practical Training to College Study, 39
  • Battle of the Superheats, R. H. Smith, 632 Beaumont, W. Worby, on The .Origin and Pro duction of Corrugation on Tramway Rails, 250
  • Belfast, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory at, 558
  • Berriman, A. E., on Aviation, 251
  • Beznau Electricity Works, 33
  • Biles, Professor, J. B., on Rolling of Ships, 241 Birkenhead Waterworks, 367
  • Blast Furnace By-products, 131
  • Blast Furnaces and Hoists at Ilva Works, 350 (Supplement, October 6th, 1911)
  • Blount, Bertram, on Cement, 469, 598
  • Blower, Motor-driven, Hodges and Co., 388, 389.
  • Blowing Machinery at Britannia Works, Samuelsons, 252, 258
  • Board of‘Trade Returns, 44
  • BOILERS:
  • Boiler Fire-door, Smalley, 138
  • Boilers for Japanese Navy, 77
  • Care of Steam Boilers, Home-office Memorandum, 588
  • Flexible Joint Boiler for Large Mallet Loco motive, 636
  • Italian State Railway Locomotive Boiler, 402
  • Longridge’s, Report, Mr., 408
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s Boiler Shop at Darlington, 655, 664
  • Staying the End's of Lancashire Boilers, Vulcan. System, 525
  • Steam Launch Accessible Boiler, Simpson, Strickland and Co., 410
  • Stirling Boilers ait Weston Point Salt Works, 424
  • Testing Steam Turbines and. High-speed Generators, 136
  • Tubeless Superheater Applied to Lancashire Boiler, Simplex Superheater Company, 109
  • BOSSES, Diameter and Length of, R. A. Lewis, 96
  • Bradford Technical College, Textile Department of, 469
  • “ Bradshaw ” Sixty-four Years Ago, 339 Bradshaw’s Railway Companion, 1840, 467 Brass, Corrosion of, with Special Reference to
  • Condenser Tubes, Paul T. Bruhl, 325, 341 Brentwood Sewage Disposal Works, 472 Bridge, Admiral Sir C., on Fifty Years’ Archi
  • tectural Expression of Tactical Ideas, 21
  • BRIDGES:
  • Alaska, Bridge Building in, 557, 581, 607, 614 (Two-page Supplement, December 8th, 1911) Carmarthen Bascule Bridge over the River . Towy, Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company, Limited, 458, 459, 462
  • Egypt, New Bridges for, 638
  • Kuskulana Bridge, Alaska, 607, 614
  • Miles Glacier Bridge, Alaska, 558, 581 (Two- page Supplement, December 8th, 1911)
  • Quebec Bridge Caissons, 174, 180
  • Transporter Bridge at Middlesbrough over the Tees, 336, 412 ; (Letter), 356
  • Warrington, 355
  • BRIGHTON Railway, 'The Opening of the, September 20th, 1841, 301
  • Bristol Aeroplanes—see Aeronautics
  • British Trade in Hungary, 603
  • Brodie, J. A., on Workshop Training as a Preliminary to other Training in Engineering, 40 Bruce, A. Fairlie, on Cost of Carrying Out Work, 457
  • Bruhl, Paul T., on Corrosion of Brass with Special Reference to Condenser Tubes, 325, 341
  • Budgett, H. M., on Adherence of Flat Surfaces, 570 ; (Letter), 647
  • CAISSON S-^-see Bridges
  • Calcutta Mint, Combined Oil Engine^ and
  • Dynamo for, 267
  • Calendars and Diaries for 1912, 674
  • Canadian Navy, 565
  • Canal Embankment, Aire, and Calder Navigation, Collapse, 588
  • Cane Sugar Process, A New, Nipe Bay Sugar Company, 214
  • Capstans, Large Electric, Vaughan and Son, Limited, 670
  • Carbon, Influence of, &c.—see Alloys
  • Carbon and Iron, Temperature Influence on, E. Adamson, 385
  • Carborundum at Turin Exhibition, 90 Carno Reservoir Embankment and Filter Beds, 386 I*
  • Carr, R. M., on Internal Combustion Engines for Power Stations, Gas Engines and Producer Plants. 22
  • Catalogues. 84, 13?,- 166, 187, 218, 242, 319, 413, 550, 627 650,
  • Causes of River Deviation, T. S. Ellis, 606 Cavitation, Some Further Notes on, S. W. Barnaby, 78, 208
  • Cement, Bertram Blount on, 469, 598
  • Cliace, N. S., on Result of Experimental Tank
  • Tests in Models of Submarines, 22, 104, 110 Charcoal Furnaces Displaced in Italy, 169 Chassis for Commercial Vehicle for 25-Cwt.
  • Loads, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 26
  • Chatley, H., on Propellers for Flying Machines, 91 ; (Letters), 126, 164, 356, 379, 647
  • Chester, Hydra-electric Power Plant for, 367 Choice of "Motive Power, W. O. Horsnaill, 658 Clover Huller, Ruston “ Champion,” 594 Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships
  • Clyde Trust Finance and New Work, 256
  • COAL. COKE, ANO COLLIERIES:
  • Automatic Coaling of Ships, London and North-Western Barge Herald, 322, 332
  • Cardiff Meeting of the Institution of Mining Engineers, 303
  • Coal and Ash Handling Plant, Bennis, 329 Coal-cutting Machinery, W. Bolton Shaw, 595 Coal Mines Bill, 537
  • Coal-washing Plant at the Cramlington Colliery, Campbell, Binnie, Reid and Co., 648 (Two-page Supplement, December 22nd, 1911)
  • Declining Efficiency of Coal Mining, 309
  • ' Escape of Gas from Coal, 157
  • Strikes, &c.—see Labour
  • Transport Machinery, German, at Turin, 63 COAST Erosion, Royal Commission on, 25 Compressing Plant,' Hydraulic Air, at Cobalt, 482
  • Compulsory Arbitration in Trade Disputes, 404 Conciliation,- 233-—see also Railway Commission Concrete—see also Reinforced Concrete Concrete, Corrosion of Steel in, 259
  • Concrete, Reinforced, with the Oxy-Acetylene Blow-pipe, Test of, 522 ; (Letter), 547
  • Concrete, Reinforced, for Railway Engineering Works, J. D. W. Ball, 321, 421, 450
  • Condensers for Wireless Telegraphy at Olympia, 362
  • Conference on Education—see Education Congress and the Panama Canal, 666 Construction, Accidents during Works of, 157 Continental Diesel Engine Practice—see Engines
  • Continuous Transport—see Railways
  • Contract, Time Clause in a, 247
  • Contracts, 30, 86, 114, 166, 190, 218, 244, 270, 294, 318, 342, 418, 474, 504, 550, 600, 626, 674
  • Converter, Oil-fired Steel, The Stock, 46,53 Copper—see also Alloys
  • Copper and Brass Exhibits at Turin, 169
  • Copper, Hand-drawn, The Mechanical Properties of, D. R. Pye, 325
  • Cornish Engine—see Engines
  • Corrosion of Brass, with Special Reference to Condenser Tubes, Paul T. Bruhl, 325, 341
  • Corrosion of the 4Wes tern Australian Goldfields Water Supply Pipe, 444 ; (Letter), 547
  • Corrugation on Tramway Rails, The Origin and Production of, W. Worby Beaumont, 250
  • Cost of Carrying Out Work, A. Fairlie Bruce, 457
  • Council, The Industrial, 384
  • Countershaft, Variable Speed, T. Robinson and Son,' 27
  • Crane, 7-Ton Floating Jib, for Spain, J. H. Wilson and Company, 162, 163
  • Crane Navvy, 16-Ton Steam, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 236
  • Crane, 5-Ton Steam Goliath, for Singapore, Stothert and Pitt, 645
  • Crane, 25-Ton Travelling, at the Vigeland Works, 374
  • Cranes, 60-Ton Electric Overhead, 671
  • Curves and Charts—see Plotting
  • Cutting Tools—see Machine Tools
  • Cutlers’ Feast at Sheffield, 348, 401
  • DAIMLER Engineering Scholarships, 187
  • Dalby, Professor W. E., on Laboratories in Relation to Education at College, 38
  • Dam, Austin, Disaster, 355, 376
  • Darling, C. R., on an Improved Thermo-electric Indicator, 432
  • Dawson, Philip, on the Future of Electrification, 616, 623
  • Declining Efficiency of Coal Mining. 309 Denny-Edgecombe Torsion Meter, .399
  • Diameter and Length of Bosses, R. A. Lewis, 96 Diesel Engines—see Engines and Motors, Internal Combustion
  • Dixon, Professor S. M., on the Value of a University Degree in Engineering Science in Relation to Professional Competence, 9
  • Dock Extension at Leith and Newhaven, 442 Dock, French Submarine Salvage, 454, 455 Docks, Growth of, 360
  • DOCKYARD NOTES:
  • Amphion, H.M.S.; 366
  • Archer, H.M. Destroyer, 467
  • Argentine Destroyer Cordoba, 524
  • Dockyard Notes (continued.):
  • Argentine Dreadnoughts, Moreno and Riva- davia, 467
  • Argentine, New Dock at Bahia Blanca, German Tender Accepted, 162
  • Austrian Dreadnoughts, Progress, 647 Austro-Hungarian Dreadnought, Viribus Unitus, 14
  • Chinese Cruisers Hai Chi and Hai Tien, 524
  • Chinese Navy, 524
  • Coaling Speed of H.M. Battleship Triumph, 14
  • Cuban Navy, Launch of the Cuba and the Patria, 524
  • D 5, H.M. Submarine, 368
  • Danish Torpedo Boat Soridderen, 14
  • Destroyer Flotilla, Movements, 186
  • Destroyer Flotillas, Complaints of Bridge Design, 266
  • Destroyers of the Acorn Class. 266, 524
  • Destroyers for the China Station, 164
  • Destroyers, H.M., Accidents to, 524
  • Devonport, New Battleship Laid Down, 647 Elswick Shipyard, Battleships in Building, 524
  • Falmouth, H.M. Cruiser, 279
  • Fishing and Eil ing in the Firth of Forth, 368
  • Forester, H.M. Ocean-going Destroyer, 562
  • French Battleships Mirabeau and Vergniaud, 524
  • French Cruiser Waldeck Rosseau, Trials, 647
  • French 700-ton Destroyer Bouclier, 14, 266, 368
  • French Fleet’s Target Practice, Results, 647
  • French Naval Forces Reorganised, 162
  • French Submarine Pluviose Disaster, 368
  • German Battleship Helgoland, 266
  • German Cruiser Moltke, Design Published, 266
  • German Cruiser Moltke, Speed, 647
  • German Cruiser Von der Tann, 162
  • Hamburg, German Naval Construction at Messrs. Blohm and Voss, 524
  • Hawke, H.M.S.. Repairs Completed, 647
  • “ Incinerators ” in Warships, 162
  • Italian Armoured Cruiser San Giorgio, Salvage Work, 368
  • Italian Government Adopts Yarrow Boiler, 647
  • Italian Scout, the Quarto, 266
  • Japanese Battleships Building at Various Yards, 186, 647
  • Kangaroo, H.M.S., Accident, 266
  • Kingstown as a Naval Base, 164
  • Lion, H.M. Dreadnought Cruiser, Progress, 467
  • Locust and Quail, H.M. Destroyers, 186 Monarch, H.M. Battleship, Trials, 524 Motor Boats, Four Ordered for Navy, 279 Navy League, Annual Meeting, 467 Orion, H.M. Battleship, Steam and Gunnery Trials, 279
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, New Lock, 368
  • Portuguese Programme, 647
  • Russian Orders for Dreadnoughts and Submarines, 14
  • Russian 26-knot Torpedo Cruiser Novik, 266
  • Sale of Scrapped Warships at Devonport, 14 Sandfly, H.M. Destroyer, 467
  • Seal and Lively, H.M. Destroyers, Damage tc, 524
  • Submarine Gun Experiments in France, 562 Swift, H.M.S., Speed Question, 266
  • Turkish Battleship Laid Down at Barrow, 647
  • Turret Working Chamber, Difficult of Ingress or Egress, 266
  • United States Battleships Florida and Utah, 266
  • United States Destroyers, 524
  • United States Gunboats Dubukue and Don Juan 3?Austria, 562
  • United States Two New Battleships, 562 Whitehead Submarines, 524
  • Working Hours in the Royal Dockyards, 467
  • DONALDSON, Sir H. F., on Practical Training in Workshops or On Works of Construction, &c., 6
  • Dredge Pumps at Panama, 299
  • Dredger, Hopper Bucket, Powerful, for Panama' Canal, W. Simons and Co., 414
  • Dredger, Suction, The South Australian, Werf Gusto, A. F. Smulders, 237
  • Dredgers on the New York State Barge Canal, 302, 308
  • Dunston Power Station, 2, 42, 64, 74 {Two-page Supplement, July 7 th, 1911)
  • Durbar Honours, 618
  • Dutch Dredger for Australia, Werf Gusto, A. F. Smulders, 237
  • Dynamometers, Some New Types of, Dr. Alfred Amsler, 121
  • EARL’S Court, Moving Staircase at {Sixteen- page Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Early Railway Unrest, 621
  • Economic Position of the Oil Fuel Question, S. H. North and G. M. Edwards, 655 Economy in Machine Design, 492
  • Education, Conference on, 6, 17, 38, 76;
  • (Letters), 11, 58, 72, 109, 126
  • Education, Dr. W. C. Unwin, 7
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS:
  • Accumulator Switchboard, Johnson and Phillips, 328
  • Albula Hydro-electric Power Station near Thusis, 178
  • Alloys, The Electrical Conductivity and Constitution of, Dr. W. M. Guertler, 325
  • Altdorf Hydro-electric Power Station, 177 Alternators, Automatic Paralleling Apparatus for, Union Electric Company, 390
  • Armature, Shipping, Floating and Transportation to Vigeland Works, 351
  • Augst-Wyhler Water Power Station, Basle, 177
  • Automatic Control of Electric Motors, British Thomson-Houston Company, .509
  • Auto-starters, Ferranti, Dorman and Smith, Siemens, General Electric Company, 158
  • Bell Transformer, Foster Engineering Company, 387
  • Bernese Water Power Company’s Installations at Spiez and at Kandergrund, 177
  • Beznau Electricity Works, 33
  • Electrical Matters (continued):
  • Biaschina and Ticinetto Hydro-electric Power Installations, 178
  • Bow Generating Station, Visit by Institute of Marine Engineers, 84
  • Brusio Power Company’s Hydro-electric Power Company’s Stations Campo-Cologno and Robbia, 178
  • Cascade Motor with Liquid Starter, Rotor, 'Stator Connections and Switch Connections, Sandycroft Foundry Company, 198
  • Chester Hydro-electric Power Plant, '367 Circuit Breaker, Morris and Lister, 186 Coal and Ash-handling Plant, Bennis, 329 Collector Column for Cranes, Allen West and
  • Co., 330
  • Controllers, Oil Immersed, Reversing, &c., Allen West' and Co., 329
  • Converter, 475-Ki’owatt Motor, Bruce Peebles, 389
  • Dunston Power Station, 2, 42, 64, 74, (Two- page Supplement, July 7th, 1911)
  • Dynamo -for Calcutta Mint, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, 267
  • Edison Storage Battery, 327
  • “ Electric Arc,?’ Machinery for, Mavor and Coulson, ‘304
  • Electrical Drives for Screw Propellers, H. A. Mavor, 250
  • Electric Lighting Powers. 104
  • Electric Lighting of Railway Trains, Brake Vehicle Method, R. T. Smith, 574
  • Electric Transport {Sixteen-page Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Electro-plating Dynamo, Phoenix Dynamo Company,’ 390'
  • Electro-steel Works on Tyneside, 291
  • Equipment for Driving Planing Machine) Lancashire and Dynamo Motor Company, 388
  • Exhibition—see Exhibitions .
  • Expansion Cable Joint and Micanite Tube,
  • C. Vernier, 387
  • Fly-wheel Load Equaliser, 135
  • French and German Exhibits, at Turin, 63, 64 Friction Clutches for Induction Motors, T.
  • Broadbent, 159 ; Reavell and Co., 277
  • Generating Set, 2-J-kilowatt, 26
  • Germany, Electrical Manufacturing in, 591 “ Giles ” Valve for Protecting Cables, 362 High -tension Transmission Exhibits at Olympia, 388
  • Ironclad High-tension Switch Gear, Reyrolle and Co., 387
  • Lamps—see Lamps
  • Laufenburg Hydro-electric Power Station,
  • 93. 102
  • Lighting Set, Self-contained, Westinghouse Brake Company, '327
  • Lighting Set, Pumps (Ram and Centrifugal) Friction Hoist, Marine Motor, Pipe Ventilated Motor, Electromotors, Limited, 329
  • Limiting Resistances, Johnson and Phillips, 328
  • Loentsch Electricity Works, 66, 67
  • Loom Motor, Haulage Motor Brush Gear, Split Pole Converter, Bruce Peebles, 389
  • Lucerne—Engelberg Power Installation, 175
  • Marine Transmission Scheme, Durtnall’s (iSixteen-paye iSwppfemenZ, November 24th, 1911); (Letter), 597
  • Mercury -Vapour Rectifier, Westinghouse Cooper-Hewitt Company, 327
  • Mining Induction Motor, Phoenix Dynamo Company, 390
  • Mining Switchgear, Reyrolle and Co., 387, 388
  • Moscicki Protective Gear, Condensers with Liquid Switches, &c., 362
  • Motor Car Lighting, 488
  • Motor Starting Switches, “ Adams Igranic,” 328
  • Oerlikon Maschinenfabrik, 149, 154
  • Oerlikon Maschinenfabrik, Electrical Plant at Vigeland Works—see Vigeland
  • Oil Electric Propulsion for Lake Steamers, 250
  • “ Partridge ” Safety Device for Transformers, 363
  • Pohl’s Half-turn Winding, 390
  • Polyphase Slip Ring Motor Starters, Adams Manufacturing Company; British Westinghouse Company ; Dick, Kerr and Co.; Electric and Ordnance Accessories Company ; Electrical Construction Company ; G. Ellison ; General Electric Company ; Siemens Brothers ; 227, 262
  • Power Stations, Old and New, 311
  • Railways—see Railways
  • Resistances, Grid and Unit, Allen West and Co., 330
  • Rheinfelden Hydro-electric Power Station,
  • 94, 95
  • Rheostatic Starters with Squirrel Cage Induc- tion, G. Ellison, Adams Manufacturing Company, 158
  • Rotary Converter, Six - phase, Vickers Limited, 362
  • Schaffhausen. Hydro-electric Power Station, 12
  • Searchlight Projector, Johnson and Phillips, 328
  • Single-phase Induction Motor Starters, A. E. G. Company ; Adnil Electric Company; Brown, Boveri Electrical Company ; G. Ellison ; General Electric Company ;, T. Harding, Churton and Co., 263, 278
  • Searchlight Projector, Union Electric Company, 390
  • “ Spinner ” Motor, Mavor and Coulson, 198
  • Star Delta Switches, Union Electric Company ; Dorman and Smith ; Reyrolle ; British Thomson-Houston ; G. Ellison, 184 ; Electrical Construction Company ; General Electric Company ; Siemens Brothers ; Adams Manufacturing Company, 198
  • Starting Induction Motors, 158, 184, 198, 227, 262, 277
  • Stator Winding for Single-phase Motors, Siemens Brothers, 277
  • Steering, Electrical, B. P. Haigh, 251
  • Submersible Electric Motor, W. R. Macdonald, 390
  • Switch Panels and Starters, Ferranti Limited, 363
  • Switches and Switch Chambers at Dunston, 64, 74
  • Synchronising Outfit, Siemens, 329
  • Electrical Matters (continued):
  • Telephones—see Telephones
  • Three-phase Motor, Heyland, 277
  • Torsion Indicator, New Electric. Fr. Lux, 588
  • Tramways—see Tramways
  • Transformers, Foster Engineering Company, 387, 388
  • Turbo-alternator Set, 6000-Kilowatt, C. A. Parsons and Co., 329
  • Turbo-electric Machinery for United States Colliers, 250
  • Turbo-generator, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, 362
  • Vigeland Aluminium Works, Power-house and Plant; 351, 358, 373, 382, 390, 406
  • Wangen Hydro-electric Power Station, 122 Westinghouse Plant at Weston Point Salt Works, 424, 434
  • ELLIS, C. E., on Armour for Ships, 1860—1910' 79
  • Ellis, T. S., on The Causes of River Deviation, 606
  • Employment Bureaux in France, 131 Endurance of Metals—see Metals
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS: '
  • Locomotives—see Locomotives, also Railways, Locomotives
  • Pumping Engines—see Pumps
  • Internal Combustion Engines:
  • Carel-Westgarth, 800 H.P. Diesel Marine Engine, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 282
  • Continental Marine Diesel Engine Practice, Some Impressions of, 579,-610, 6-11, 629, 640, 653
  • Crude Oil Engine, Two-cycle, Plenty and Son, 573
  • Diesel Engines for the Italian Mail ’Boat Romagna, Sulzer Brothers, 629, 630
  • Diesel Marine Oil Engine, 600 H.P., Fiat Company, 107
  • “ Electric Arc ” Machinery, Mavor and Coulson, 304
  • Engines at the Smithfield Club Show, 592
  • F. I.A.T. Company’s Motor and Marine Engines at Turin, 143
  • Fire Engine, Motor-driven, Merryweather,
  • 595
  • Four-cycle Engines for Submarines. Schneider and Co., 653
  • French High Compression Motor, Societe des Moteurs Sabathe, 49
  • Gas Engine, 30 B.H.P., Ambrose Shardlow,
  • 596
  • Gas Engine, 1350 B.H.P., Galloways Limited; 82, 83
  • Gas Engine, Producer, Davey, Paxman and Co., .594
  • Henriod Engine for Darracq Car, 485 High-speed Petrol Engines, 616
  • Internal Combustion Engine for Naval Purposes, 436
  • Internal Combustion Engines for Power Stations, Gas Engines and Producer Plants, R. M. Carr, 22
  • Internal Combustion Engines Working on the Diesel Principle, H. L. Howard, 22
  • Knight Sleeveless Valve Motor Car Engine, 487
  • Marine Diesel Engine Practice, Continental, 579, 610, 611, 629, 640
  • Marine Diesel Engines, Sulzer Brothers, 629; 640
  • Marine Oil Engine, Weak Points of the, 75 Modern Diesel Oil Engines, F. Scliubeler, 119 Motor Car Engine, Crossley Motors, Limited, 465
  • Motor Car Engine, The Development of the, L. A. Legros, 376
  • Motor Car Engines at Olympia—see also Motor Vehicles
  • Normand’s Diesel Marine Motor, 195
  • Oil Engine for Driving Dynamo for Calcutta Mint, Brazil, Straker and Co., 267
  • Oil Engine for Lighting Set, Westinghouse Brake Company, 327
  • Oil Engine, Mirrlees-Diesel, 328
  • Oil Locomotives—see Locomotives
  • Oil Motor, Design of, Professor H. Junkers, 568, 586
  • Oil Motor in the German Sea Fisheries, Professor Romberg, 567
  • Oil Traction Engine, Spring-mounted, Petters Limited, 593
  • Petrol and Paraffin Engines at Norwich, Russell, Newbery and Co., 26
  • Sabathe, 420 H,P. Six-cylinder Roversing Marine Oil Engine, 49, 653
  • Scottish Marine Oil Engines, Beardmore, Gleniffcr, Kelvin, 304
  • Semi-Diesel Oil Engine, Petters Limited, 27 Six-cylinder Two-cycle-Marine Diesel Engine,
  • Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Niirnberg, 610, 611
  • Sleeve Valve Motor Car "Engine, Argyll’s Limited, 466, 485
  • Spyker Engine for Motor Car, 487
  • Two-cycle Diesel Oil Engine, 2400 H.P.j, Sulzer Brothers, 631, 640
  • Two-cycle or Four-cycle Engines, 653 ; (Letter), 671
  • Two-cycle Marine Oil Engine, 1000 B.H.P., Carel Freres, 579
  • Willans 335 B.H.P. Diesel Engine, 430
  • Steam Engines:
  • Corliss Winding Engine for India, Sandycroft Foundry Company, Limited, 438, 439.
  • Cornish Engine, 208
  • Governors for Engines and Turbines, Wilson Hartnell and Co., 364
  • “John Bull” Horizontal Steam Engine, E. R. and F. Turner, 594
  • Italian Battleship Engines, 170
  • Mill Engines, 464
  • Ploughing Engines at Smithfield, 592
  • Superheated Steam Engines and Wagons, 'Richard Garrett and'Sons, 595
  • ENGINEER, Agreement to Employ, Notes on, 106
  • Engineers, Structural, Spelter and Sheets, 306 Engineering Laboratories of the Zurich Polytechnic, 124
  • Engineering News from South America, 83, 201 287, 386, 496 ; (Letters), 413, 54.8
  • Engineering Standards Committee, 666
  • Engineering Training, Conference on Education, 6, 17, 38, 76 ; (Letters), 11, 58, 72, 109 126, 356
  • Engineering Training—A German View, Dipl. Ing. F. zur Nedden, 10
  • Equalisers—see Fly-wheel
  • Erosion, Coast—see Coast
  • EXHIBITIONS AND SHOWS:
  • Electrical, at Olympia, 327, 362, 387 Motor Car Show at Olympia, 465, 468, 485 Omsk, 300
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Norwich, 18, 26 Smithfield Club Show, 592
  • Textile Machinery, 380 Turin, 63, 89,143, 169, 322, 323, 402, 442,505, 608
  • EXPANSION Gear, Automatic, Browett-Lind- ley, 424, 434
  • Experiments on Flow, Professor J. Josse, 568, 586
  • Explosives, Mining 511
  • FATIGUE of Metals, Discussion at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 422
  • Fifty Years’Architectural Expression of Tactical Ideas, Admiral Sir C. Bridge, 21
  • Fifty Years’ Changes in British Warship Machinery, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir H. J. Oram, 22. 54
  • Fifty Years’ Developments in Mercantile Ship ?Construction, Dr. S. J. P. Thearle, 56
  • Fifty Years’ Progress in Shipbuilding in Italy, Colonel G. Russo, 79
  • Filtration—see Water
  • Fire Engine, Motor-driven Centrifugal Pump, Merryweather and Sons, 595
  • Fires, Forest, 90
  • Flamm, Professor, on Scientific Study of Naval Architecture in Germany, 77
  • Flat Surfaces, Adherence of, H. M. Budgett, 570 ; (Letter), 647
  • Floating Cranes—see Cranes Flour Mill Machinery, Samuelson’s, 252, 258 Flour Milling Appliances, T. Robinson and Son, 27
  • Flour Milling Appliances, H. Simon, Limited, 27 Flour Milling Machinery, E. R. and F. Turner, 27
  • Flow, Experiments on, Professor J. Josse, 568, 586
  • Fly-wheel Load Equaliser, 135 Flying Machines—see Aeronautics
  • Forage Baling Press, Ferretti and Goggi, 143 Forced Sale and its Outcome, 129
  • Forest Fires, 90
  • Forging Press Plant, 5000-Ton, at Terni, Davy Brothers, 297, 312
  • Forging Press, Steam Hydraulic, Haniel and Lueg, 214
  • Forthcoming' Engagements:
  • 28, 58, 84, 112, 138, 165, 189, 213, 242, 270, 29,
  • 28, 58, 84, 112, 138 ,165, 189, 213, 242, 270, 292, 317, 342, 368, 391, 414, 444, 472, 500, 526, 548, 574, 598, 624, 648, 673 Forthcoming Meetings, 414, 431, 456, 495 Foundries, Italian—see Italy, Iron and Steel Works
  • French Exhibits at Turin, 63
  • French Motor—see Engines and Motors French Railways—see Railways, Foreign French Warships—see Ships, Foreign
  • Fry, Lawford H., on Locomotive Proportions, 377 (Four-page Tabulated Supplement, October 15th, 1911)
  • Furnace By-products, Blast, 131
  • Furnace Charging Machine at Savona, 224
  • GAS Engines—see Engines, Internal Combustion
  • Gas, Escape of, from Coal, 157
  • Gas, Producer, 622
  • Gas Producers—see Producers
  • Gas Turbine, 1000 H.P., H. Holzwarth, 587 Gaseous Explosions, Committee’s Report, 251 Gauge, Absolute Pressure, Schaffer and Buden- berg, 522, 536
  • German Exhibits at Turin, 63
  • German Impulse Marine Steam Turbines, 202
  • German Machinery Industry, 519
  • German Shipyards, 98
  • German Steel Syndicate, 260 Germany, Electrical Manufacturing in, 591 Gloyne, R. M., on a New Main Low-level
  • Sewer for the South Side of London, 443 Gold, A Leakage of,'286, 642
  • Goodman, Professor J., on Laboratories in
  • Relation to Education at College, 38 Governors, Engine and Turbine, Wilson Hart
  • nell and Co., 364
  • Graphite, Dr. Edward E. Acheson, 538 Greenhill, Sir G., on Rifled Artillery, 505 Grenet, Monsieur L., on Transformation of
  • Steel within the Limits of the Temperatures
  • Employed in Heat Treatment, 385 Grinders—see Machine Tools Grosvenor-road Hydraulic Power Station, 44 Guertler, Dr. H. M., on The Electrical Conductivity and Constitution of Alloys, 325 Guillotine Shears, Large, Scriven and Co., 470 Gun-straightening Machine for Italy, Fielding
  • and Platt, Limited, 213 Gun Trials of Warships, 453 Gun Turrets on H.M.S. Monarch, Mounting,
  • 135 (Two-page Supplement, August ith, 1911) Gyro-compass, The, 383
  • HAIGH, B. P., on Electrical Steering, 251
  • Hailstorms, The Prevention of, 480, 491
  • Hall-Brown, E., on Marine Engineering of
  • To-day and its Developments, 441, 460
  • Hammers—see Machine Tools
  • Heater, Water, Unit Heater Company, Limited, 470
  • Hob in its Cutting Position, P. Ballard, 145
  • “ Hoffman ” Ball and Roller Bearings, 388
  • Holzwarth, H., on The Gas Turbine, 587
  • Hopkinson, Professor B., on Laboratories in Relation to Education at College, 38
  • Horne, J. W., on Relation of Engineering Employers and Colleges and Practical Training of College Students, 7
  • Horsnaill, W. O., on The Choice of Motive Power, 658
  • Hot Water Heating, Some Doubtful Points in Gravity and, E. R. Dolby, 81
  • Howard, H. L., on Internal Combustion Engines Working on the Diesel Principle, 22
  • Huber-Stockar, E., on Electric Traction in Switzerland, 95
  • Hughes, George, on Non-ferrous Metals in
  • Railway Work, 303
  • Humidifiers for Textile Mills, 380 Hungary, British Trade in, 603 Hydraulic Air Compressing Plant at Cobalt, 482 Hydraulic Excavation in Panama, 298
  • Hydraulic Power in the French Alps, Paul Levy- Salvador, 237
  • Hydraulic Power Plant at Vigeland, 353 (Supplement, October 5th, 1911)
  • Hydraulic Power Station, London Hydraulic Power Company, 44
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Kinlochleven, F. B. Sonnenschein, 523
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant for Chester, 367 Hydro-electric Stations—see also Electrical Matters
  • ILIFFE, R. J., on Stepped Cone Diameters, 456
  • Increasing Competition in the Steel Industry, 464
  • Indian Iron and Engineering, 415 Indicator Gear, J. Graham, 109 Indicator, An Improved Thermo-electric, C. R. Darling, 432
  • Indicator Rig, A Simple, 341
  • Industrial Accidents and Legislation, 463 Industrial Council, The, 384
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Associations, &c.
  • Insurance Bill, National, Unemployment, 488 Insurance against Strike Losses, 537
  • Interference and Cavitation, 208; see also Cavitation
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines and Motors
  • International Competition in Shipbuilding, 395 Irish Strike—see Labour
  • IRON AND STEEL:
  • American Steel Trust and International Trade, 47, 384
  • Better Iron Conditions, 182
  • British Steel Trade and Foreign Agreements, 384
  • Corrosion of Steel in Concrete, 259 Cutlers’ Feast at Sheffield, 384, 401 Electro-steel Works on Tyneside, 291 Export Steel Trade Supremacy, 234 Fatigue of Metals, 422
  • German Steel Syndicate, 260 Indian Iron and Engineering, 415 International Steel Trade Situation, 666 Iron and Steel Exhibits at Turin, 169
  • Iron and Steel Institute, 310—see also Associations
  • Italy, Iron and Steel Industries of, 209, 222, 232, 273, 284, 297, 312, 349 (Four-page Supplement, September 1st, 1911), (Four-page Supplement, September 15th, 1911), (Twopage Supplement, September 22nd, 1911), Four-page Supplement, October 5th, 1911), (Two-page Supplement, October 20th, 1911) Italy, The Metallurgical Industries of, 469 Mechanical Influence of Carbon on Alloys of Iron and Manganese, Professor J. O. Arnold and F. K. Knowles, 385
  • Power Required to Cut Steel, P. V. Vernon, 182
  • Rebates in the Steel Trade, 401
  • Steel Industry, Increasing Competition in the, 464
  • Stock Oil-fired Steel Converter, 46, 53 Temperature Influence on Carbon and! Iron, E. Adamson, 385
  • Transformation of Steel Within the Limits of the Temperatures Employed in Heat ' Treatment, Monsieur L. Grenet, 385 Trustworthiness of Mild Steel, Mr. Stro - meyer’s Report, 642
  • Works—see Works
  • IRRIGATION Super-passage, The Nikla, F. R» Jacomb, 512', 516
  • Island Barn Reservoir, 494
  • Italy, Iron and Steel Industries of, 209, 222, 232, 273, 284, 297, 312, 349, 395 (Four-page Supplement, September 1st, 1911), (Four- page Supplement, September 15th, 1911), (Two - page Supplement, September, 22nd, 1911), (Four-page Supplement, October 5th, 1911), (Two-page Supplement, October 20th, 1911)J . i
  • Italy, The Metallurgical Industries of, 469
  • JACOMB, F. R., on Nikla Irrigation Superpassage, 512, 516
  • Japan, Development of Merchant Shipbuilding
  • in, Dr. S. Terano and Mr. M. Yukawa, 55
  • Japan, Progress of Naval Construction in, Rear- Admiral Motoki Kondo on, 21
  • Japan, Progress of Naval Engineering in, Engineer Rear-Admiral Terngoro Fujii, 77
  • Jenkin, Professor C. F., oh the Value of a University Degree in Engineering Science in Relation to Professional Competence, 9
  • Josse, Professor J., on Experiments on Flow, 568, 586
  • Junkers, Professor H., on Studies, &c., for the Design of My Large Oil Motor, 568, 586
  • KIRBY, F. E., and A. P. Rankin on Shipping on the Great Lakes, 57
  • LA SEYNE, Shipbuilding Works at, 193, 206 Laboratories in Relation to Education at Col- L* lege, Professors W. E. Dalby, J. Goodman,
  • B. Hopkinson, 38
  • Laboratories of the Zurich Polytechnic, Engineering, 124
  • Laboratory at Belfast, Mechanical Engineering, 558
  • LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:
  • Compulsory Arbitration in Trade Disputes, 404
  • Conciliation, 233
  • Employment Bureaux in France, 131
  • Fair Wages Clause in Local Government Contracts, 310
  • Industrial Accidents and Legislation, 463 Industrial Council, 384
  • Insurance Against Strike Losses, 537
  • Irish Railway Strike, 310, 335, 361 ; (Letter), 356
  • Local Option and the Eight Hours Act, 17 Miners’ Minimum, 517
  • Miners’ Wages, 156, 359
  • National Insurance Bill : Unemployment, 488
  • Next Move, 592'
  • Peace without Honour, 207
  • Prevention of Strikes, 259
  • Railway Unrest, Early, 621
  • Royal Commission on Railway Conciliation
  • Boards, 238, 264, 290, 314, 337, 364, 428, 435, 543, 615
  • Strikes and Capital, 285 ; (Letters), 306, 340, 440
  • Unity House, 491 ; (Letter), 497
  • Workmen’s Compensation, 407
  • Wages in the Engineering Trades, 240
  • LAMP, “ Gem ” Filament, British Thomson- Houston Company, 306
  • Lamp, Mercury Vapour Silica, Westinghouse Cooper-Hewitt Company, 327
  • Lamps, Drawn-wire Tungsten, British Thomson-Houston Company, 197
  • Lamps,Lamp Glasses and Reflectors, “Mazda,” “ Gem,” &c., British Thomson-Houston Company, 388
  • Lamps, Metal Arc, &c., Foster Engineering
  • Company, 387
  • Lamps at Olympia Exhibition, 327
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Laufenburg Hydro-electric Power Station, 93, 102
  • Launches and Trial Trips:
  • 53, 86, 114, 138, 213, 2’44', 266, 419, 5'50) 597, 624
  • Lead and Zinc Mining in the Lake District, 416
  • LEADERS:
  • Accidents in Workshops, 76
  • Aerial Navigation, The Progress of, 334
  • Air Race, 105
  • American Patents, 566
  • American Steel Trust and International Trade, 47
  • Australian Engineering, 156
  • Aviation, Progress of, 665
  • Baltic Locomotives; 286
  • Blast Furnace By-products, 130
  • British Steel Trade and Foreign Agreements, 384
  • Canadian Navy, 565
  • Coal Mining, A Declining Efficiency of, 309 Conciliation, 233
  • Conference, The, 17
  • Cornish Engine, 208
  • Corrosion of Steel in Concrete, 259
  • Docks, The Growth of, 360
  • Economy in Machine Design, 492
  • Electric Lighting Powers, 104
  • Electrical Manufacturing in Germany) 591 Electrification of Main Lines,- 616 Employment Bureaux in France, 131
  • Engineering Standards Committee, 666 Escape of Gas from Coal, 157
  • Export Steel Trade Supremacy, 234
  • Fair Wages Clause in Local Government Contracts, 310
  • Forced Sale and its Outcome, 129
  • French Naval Disaster, 333
  • French State Railway Management, 103 Germany Machinery Industry, 519
  • German Steel Syndicate, 259
  • Gold, A Leakage of, 286, 642
  • Governmental Aeronautics, 181
  • Gyro-Compass, The, 383
  • Hail Storms, The Prevention of, 491
  • High-speed Petrol Engines, 616
  • Increasing Competition in the Steel Industry, 464
  • Industrial Accidents and Legislation, 463 Industrial Council, The, 384
  • Interference and Cavitation, 208
  • Internal Combustion Engine for Naval Purposes, 436
  • International Steel Trade Situation, 666
  • . Irish Railway Strike, 310, 335, 361
  • Iron Conditions, 182
  • Iron and Steel Institute, 310
  • Liberty, Loss of the, 436
  • Local Option and the Eight Hours Act, 17
  • Longridge’s, Mr., Report, 408
  • Mallet Locomotives, Recent, 360
  • Marine Oil Engine, Weak Points of the, 75
  • Marine Speed Reduction Gear as a Commercial Proposition, 518
  • Mechanical Production of Rust, 542 Military Aviation, 643
  • Mill Engines, 464
  • Miners’ Minimum, The, 517
  • Miners’ Wages, 156, 359
  • Naval Architects, 592
  • Naval Architects, The, 48
  • Naval Power in South America, 591
  • Next Move, 592
  • Panama Canal, Congress and the, 666 Peace Without Honour, 207
  • Prevention of Strikes, 259
  • Railway Commissioners’ Report, 435
  • Railway Debate, 543
  • Railway Economics, 566
  • Railway Rates, 309
  • Railway Settlement, 615
  • Research, 565
  • Resistance of Trains, Measuring the, 48 Royal Show, 18
  • LEADERS (cont inued) :
  • Science of ^Observation, 333
  • Siberian Trade, 543
  • Sir William Ramsay’s Address, 233
  • Social Reforms and Industry, 155
  • Standardisation of Training, 76
  • Steam on Common Roads, 383
  • Strikes and Capital, 285
  • Submarines, Form of, 104
  • Suburban Transportation Problems, 407
  • Suction and the Steering of Ships, 641 Superheating, A Question of, 542
  • To America in Three Days, 181
  • Trustworthiness of Mild Steel, 642
  • Tube Trade, 130
  • Underground Railways for London, 615
  • Unity House, 491
  • Water Supply of London, 130
  • Weight Saving in Machinery Design, 541
  • Workmen’s Compensation, 407
  • LEAKAGE of Gold, 286, 642
  • Legros, L. A., on The Development of the Motor Car Engine, 376
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:
  • America, 31, 61, 87, 115, 141, 167, 190, 218< 245, 295, 319, 370, 393, 418, 447, 475, 502, 528, 551, 576, 601, 626, 651
  • Australia, 294
  • England, North of, 29, 59, 85, 113, 139, 165, 189.) 217, 243, 269, 293, 318, 343, 369, 392) 417, 445, 473, 501, 527, 549. 575, 599, 625, 649, 673
  • Germany, France, Belgium, &c., 31, 61, 87, 115, 141, 167, 191, 219, 245, 271, 295, 319, 345, 370, 393) 418, 447, 475, 503, 529, 551, 577, 601, 627, 651, 674
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and Other Districts, 29, 58, 85, 113, 139, 165, 189, 217, 243, 269, 293, 317, 343, 368, 391, 416, 444, 472, 500, 526, 548, 574, 598, 624, 649, 673
  • Lancashire, 29,) 59, 85; 113, 139, 165, 189, 217»
  • 243, 269, 293, 317, 343, 368, 391, 416, 445,
  • 473, 500, 527, 548, 575, 599, 624, 649, 673
  • Scotland, 30, 60, 86, 114, 140, 166, 190, 218,
  • 244, 270, 294, 318, 344, 369) 392) 418, 446,
  • 474, 502, 528, 549, 576, 600, 626, 650, 674
  • Sheffield, 29, 59, 85, 113, 139, 165, 189, 217, 243, 269, 293, 317, 343, 369, 391, 417, 445, 473, 501, 527, 549, 575, 599, 625, 649, 673
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 30, 60, 86, 114, 140, 166, 190, 218, 244, 270, 294, 318, 344, 370, 392) 418, 446, 474, 502, 528, 550, 576, 600, 626, 650, 674
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
  • Adhesion of Flat Surfaces, R. B. Prosser, 647 Australian Engineering, J. A. Smith, 126 Aviation, J. S. Dines, 291
  • Baltic Locomotives, Expectant, 306
  • Boiler Compounds, Inquiry, 187
  • Bolts and Nuts, Querist, 11 ; J. H. Knight, 164
  • British Inventor, Arthur Kitson, 58 ; F. G. Hargreaves, 187 ; J. Batey, 164 ; J. B. Percival, 11 ;J. H. K., 58
  • Calorimeter in the Power-house, P. A. Lewis, 109
  • Capital and Labour, Boilermaker, 340 ; N. E. Brooks, 306 ; G. Little, 340, 440
  • Chilled Rolls, Foundry Foreman, 469
  • Colliery Explosions, J. Ashworth, 230 Continuous-service Trains, M. E., 440 Corrosibility of Cast and Wrought Iron Exhaust Pipes, The Relative, Exhaust, 187
  • Corrosion of the Western Australian Goldfields Water Supply Pipes, Aguas Corrien- tes, 547
  • Design of Cams, V. G. Barford, 71 ; R. F. McKay, 216
  • Double-cutting Planing Machines, J. Kershaw, 597
  • Education of Engineers—see Parent’s Point of View
  • Efficiency of Steam Turbines, M. G. S. Swallow, 187
  • Electric Railways, Engineer, 291
  • Electrical Ship Propulsion, W. P. Durtnall, 597
  • Ellipse, New Method of Drawing, D. A. Coates, 379
  • Endurance of Metals and Rust, An Old Rivet, 572—see also Mechanical Production of Rust
  • Expansion of Timber, J. E. W., 469
  • Foreign Representatives, Colonial Reader, 292
  • French Naval Disaster, Colonel, 340
  • Gas Engine Indicator Diagrams, E. J. Davis, 441 ; H. Lea, 469 ; W. J. Marshall, 413 ;
  • F. F. Oliver, 441, 497 ; W. J. F. Price, 440 ; H. Riall Sankey, 413 ; T. W. Sheppard, 469
  • German Locomotives for Japan, Hanno- versche Maschinenbau A.G., 164
  • Governmental Aeronautics, R. Baden-Powell, 230
  • Granite Spur Wheel, A. Dobree, 440
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, R.
  • Orsettich, 497j
  • Locomotive Proportions, P. H. Parr, 469
  • Longitudinal Railway of Chile, Philip Ani- nat, 548
  • Marine Speed Reducing Gear, C. I. Davidson, Power Plant Company, Limited, 547
  • Maximum Bending Moment, Noel E. Britton, 291
  • Mechanical Production of Rust, J. N. Friend, 597 ; Hoffman Manufacturing Company, Limited, 597 ; J. Rhodin, 572, 647
  • Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge, E. W. Young, 356
  • Motor Coaches on the Metropolitan Railway, British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, 597
  • Panama Canal Contracts, J. G. Leigh, 413
  • Parent’s Point of View, Another M. Inst. C.E., 11 ; Papa, 11 ; B.Sc., A.M. Inst. C.E., 58, 109 ; G. I. W., 72 ; Pater (M.I. Meeh. E.), 72 ; Papa, Junior, 72 ; S. U., 126 ; Indian Locomotive Engineer, 356
  • Photographs of the Flow of Liquids, 216
  • Plotting Curves to Logarithmic Scales, L. H. G. Dines, 356
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued)
  • Propellers for Flying Machines, A. R., 126 ;
  • H. B. W. Evans, 164 ; H. Chatley, 356, 379, 647
  • Railway Companies and Recognition,
  • G. B. D., 497P
  • Railways in the Sixteenth Century, R. B. P., 356
  • Recent Mallet Locomotives, Kappa, 413 Reinforced Concrete for Strong Rooms, William Sykes, 547
  • Resistance Moment of a Propeller, Screw, 379
  • St. Paul’s Bridge, O. B. J. T., 11, 72, 379
  • Steam on Common Roads, J. Robinson, 413 Steam Turbines, F. Samuelson, British Thomson-Houston Company, 379 ; H. Zoelly, 497
  • Stresses in Ships’ Derricks, Santerp, 58 Strikes and the Daily Press, E. D. Cecil, 356 Tecnomasio Italiano, Brown Boveri, 11
  • To America in Three Days, Barna, 216 Trailer Tramcars, W. W. Beaumont, 469 Train Resistance, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 11, 72 ; P. H. Parr, 72 ; H. E. Wimperis, 11
  • Training of Engineers—see Parent’s Point of View
  • Trouble with Grease Cups, V. Ryan, 164
  • Turbo Blowing Plant at Middlesbrough, Fraser and Chalmers, 126
  • Two-cycle Marine Diesel Engine, F. H. Tanner, 671
  • Wanted, Better Castings, W. J. May, 306 ; J. T. Towlson, 291 ?
  • LEWIS, W. Y., on Continuous Service in Passenger Transportation, 277, 407
  • Liddell, A. R., on Approximate Stability, 604 Lincoln Water Supply, 348
  • LITERATURE
  • Reviews:
  • Addresses to Engineering Students, 436 Brassey’s Naval Annual for 1911, 105 Building Construction, Beresford Pite and Others ,.617
  • Civil Engineering Practice, A Manual of, V. Noel Taylor, 261; 667
  • Copper Smelting, The Practice of, E. D. Peters, 617
  • Einfuhrung in die Berechnung und Kon- struktion von Dampflokomotiven, W. Bauer and X. Stiirzer, 157, 535
  • Electric Crane Construction, C. W. Hill, 667
  • Electric Propulsion of Ships, H. M. Hobart, 519
  • Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony, The Principles of, Professor J. A. Fleming, 668
  • Engines and Boilers, W. Mcquade, 23, 535
  • Gas Engines, W. J. Marshall and Capt. H. Riall Sankey,, 335 ; (Letters), 413, 440, 441, 469
  • Hommes et Choses du P.L.M., 1911, 131
  • Mining, Modern Practice in, R. A. S. Red- mayne, 131. 520
  • Oil Fields of New Zealand, J. D. Henry, 409, 668
  • Physical and Chemical Constants, &c., Tables of, G. W. C. Kaye and T. H. Laby, 668
  • Power, C. E. Lucke, 261, 535
  • Principles of Metallurgy, C. H. Fulton, 644 Punjab Rivers and Works, E. S. Bellasis, 261 ; (Correction), 282
  • Railway Shop Kinks, Roy V. Wright, 235 Screw Propeller Design, Captain C. W. Dyson, 409
  • Shipyard Practice as Applied to Warship Construction, N. J. McDermaid, 261, 361
  • Structural Engineering, J. Husband and N. Harby, 409, 667
  • Syndicalism and Labour, Sir A. Clay, 260 Transformers. A Treatise on the Theory, Construction, &c., H. Bohle and D. Robertson, 493
  • Water Purification, Modern Methods of, J. Don and J. Chisholm, 493
  • Short Notices:
  • Aerial or Wire Ropeways, A. J. Wallis-Tayler, 493
  • Bridge Engineering, History of, H G. Tyrrell, 261, 437
  • Card System Series, Vol. II., J. Kaiser, 335 Chemistry, Contemporary, E. E. Fournier d’Albe, 131, 261
  • Chemistry of the Coal-tar Dyes, Irving W. Fay, 409
  • Columns, The Calculation of, T. Nielsen, 668 Contracts in Engineering, J. I. Tucker, 520 Design of Channels for Irrigation or Drainage, R. B. Buckley, 535
  • Distribution by Steel, H. Woodall and B. R. Parkinson, 535
  • Engineering, The Law Relating to, L. W. J. Costello, 493
  • Fire Brigade, Handbook, J. C. Merry- * weather, 618
  • Gas, The Calorific Power of, J. H. Coate, 668 Gas Engine, Handbook on the, H. Haeder, 437, 668
  • Gasworks Directory and Statistics, 1911— 1912, 644
  • Graphic Statics, The Elements of, W. L. Cathcart and J. I. Chaffer, 520
  • Hiitte des Ingenieurs Taschenbuch, Vols. I. and II., 437, 617
  • Hiitte des Bauingenieurs, 437, 617 Hydraulics, A Treatise on, H. J. Hughes and
  • A. T. Safford, 437
  • Marine Engineering Estimates and Costs,
  • C. R. Bruce, 409, 535
  • Mechanical World Pocket Diary and Yearbook for 1912, 535
  • Oil Fuel: Its Supply, Composition, and Application, Sydney H. North, 157, 409
  • Pumping Machinery, A. M. Greene, 131, 618 Pyrometry, C. R. Darling, 460, 644 Quarternions as the Result of Algebraic Operations, A. L. Baker, 131
  • Railway Operating Statistics, C. P. Mossop, 617
  • Reinforced Concrete, Beams and Columns, W. N. Twelvetrees, 131, 644
  • Sewerage of Sea Coast Towns. H. C. Adams, 437, 617
  • Telephones on the Continent of Europe, Public Ownership of, A. N. Holcombe, 520 “ Verbal ” Notes and Sketches for Marine Engineers, J. W. Sothern, 617
  • Books Received (ronzjn««i):
  • Mischen, Riihren, Kneten und die dazu Verwendeten Maschinen, Dr. Ing. Hermann Fischer, 23
  • Model Steam Engines, Rev. J. Shores; 668 Municipal Franchises, D. F. Wilcox, 618 National Health Insurance, E. J. Schuster, 131
  • Navy League Annual, 1911, 596
  • Neue Theorie und Berechnung der Kreisel- rader, Dr. Hans Lorenz, 409
  • Neuere Kraftanlagen, E. Josse, 23 Nitrocellulose Industry, E. C. Worden, 106 Patents, All About, C. W. Crossley, 131 Patents, Trade Marks and Designs, Guide to, 437
  • Pennsylvania State Railroad Commission Report, 23
  • Peru of the Twentieth Century, Percy F. Martin, 596
  • Physics, A Text-book of, Heat, J. S. Poynting and Sir J. J. Thomson, 618
  • Plan of Seattle, 618
  • Post-office, The, and its Story, E. Bennett, 437
  • Post-office London Directory, 1912, 668
  • Power-house Design, J. F. C. Snell, 618 Power Plant Testing, J. A. Moyer, 409 Practical Mathematics and Geometry, Part III., Advanced Course, E. L. Bates and F. Charlesworth, 437
  • Practical Thermodynamics, F. E. Cardullo, 437
  • Producer Gas, Essential Factors in the Formation of, J. K. Clement, L. H. Adams and C.N. Haskins, 187
  • Railway Accounts and Finance, J. A. Fisher, 261 ’
  • Railway Conquest of the World, F. A. Talbot, A. H. Burgoyne, 596
  • Railway Library, 1910, Slason Thompson, 618
  • Railways and Nationalisation, E. A. Pratt, 437
  • Railway Operating Statistics, C. P. Mossop, 131
  • Realitaten, Abstraktionen, Fingerungen und Fiktionen in der Theoretischen Mechanik, O. E. Westin, 618
  • Recherche Pratique et Exploitation des Mines d’Or, 157
  • Refrigeration, Cold Storage and Ice-making, A. J. Wallis-Tayler, 668
  • Reinforced Concrete Construction, H. Adams and E. R. Matthews, 618
  • Reinforced Concrete Design Simplified, J.. C. Gammon, 437
  • Salvador of the Twentieth Century, Percy F. Martin, 493
  • Second Irish Road Congress, Record of Proceedings, 493
  • Smoke Prevention and Fuel Economy, W. H. "Booth and J. B. C. Kershaw, 409
  • South Wales Coal and Iron Companies, Sixth Year, 157
  • Stability in Aviation, G. H. Brian, 618
  • Steam Turbine, Sir Charles A. Parsons, 40.9
  • Steam Turbine Design, John Morrow, 596 Technical Dictionary in Six Languages,
  • Vol. XI., Metallurgy of Iron, 23
  • Ten Republics, The, R. B. Porter, 187
  • Testing of Engines, Boilers and Auxiliary Machinery, W. W. F. Pullen, 261
  • Testing of Motive Power Engines, R. Royds, 409
  • Theory of Determinants in the Historical Order of Development, T. Muir, 437
  • Theory of Structures, C. M. Spofford, 618 Transactions of the American Institute of
  • Chemical Engineers, 618
  • Transactions of the Institution of Naval Architects, 1911, R. W. Dana, 618
  • Transport Facilities, South Wales and Monmouthshire, C. S. Howells, 23
  • Universal Directory of Railway Officials, 1911, 187
  • University of Bristol Calendar, 1911 and 1912, 460
  • University College, London, Calendar, 460 Valves and Valve Gearing, C. Hurst, 493 Ventilation ? of Electrical Machinery, H. F.
  • Murdoch, 157
  • Versuche mit Eisenbetonbalken, &c., Professor C. Bach, 131
  • Vorpriifung , neuer milchwirthschaftlicher Gerate, B. Martiny, 437
  • White’s Engineering Pocket-book, P. T. White, 437
  • Whittaker’s Arithmetic of Electrical Engineering, 157
  • Who’s Who, 1912, 668
  • William Ford Stanley, Richard Inwards, 23
  • Workshop Arithmetic, Elementary, H. A. Darling, 596
  • Year-book of the Michigan College of Mmes, 1910, 1911, 261
  • LLOYD’S Register—see Ships
  • Local Option and the Eight Hours Act, 17 Loch Leven Water Power Works, A. H. Roberts, 523
  • Lock, Springless, Chubb and Son, 415
  • Locomotive, Air, on the Lotschberg-Simplon Railway, 580
  • Locomotive," 2000-Volt Continuous-current, at Mosel Blast Furnaces (iSfatfeen-poye Supplement, November 2Mh, 1911)
  • Locomotive, Petrol, Ironside, Son and Dycker- hoff, 268
  • Locomotives, Electrical Mining, Surface and Underground (Sixieen-pojre Supplement, November 2Mh, 1911)
  • Locomotives, Road, at Smithfield Show, 592 Locomotives—see also Railway Locomotives Loentsch Electricity Works; 66, 67
  • London Traffic Report, 597, 603, 615 Longridge’s, Mr., Report, 408
  • Looms and Shuttle Threading Devices at Manchester, 380
  • Louis, Professor H., on the Relation of Practical Training to College Study, 39
  • Lubricator for Shafts, Automatic, Geo. Richards, 622
  • MACHINE Design, Economy in, 492
  • MACHINE! TOOLS :
  • Cutting Tools, Dempster Smith, 471
  • Grinder Machine, Automatic, for Cylinders, Mayer and Schmidt, 63
  • Gun Straightening Machine for Italy, Fielding and Platt, Limited, 213
  • Hammers, Steam, Expansion Valve Gear for, B. and S. Massey,, 210
  • Hob in its Cutting Position, P. Ballard, 146
  • Lathe, 8|in. Centres All-gear High-speed, Britannia Engineering Company, 212
  • Lathe, 18in. Testing, and Dynamometer, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 498
  • Lathe, for Turning Large Turbine Drums, Hulse and Co., Limited, 240
  • ?Machine Tools, French and German, at Turin, 63
  • Machine Tools at Olympia, Burton, Griffiths and Co., 390
  • North-Eastern Railway Boiler Shop at Darlington, Machine Tools in, 655, 664
  • Planing Machines, Double-cutting and Highspeed, J. H. Wicksteed, 533, 546, 643
  • Power Required to Cut Steel, P. V. Vernon, 182
  • Sawing Machine, 9in. Acme. C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., 81
  • Shears, Large Guillotine, Scriven and Co., 470
  • Table Planing Machine, J. Buckton and Co., 388
  • Vertical Spindle Surface Grinder, B. R. Rowland and Co., 188
  • MACHINERY Design, Weight Saving in, 541 Machinery Industry, German, 519
  • Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Marine Engineering of To-day and its Developments, E. Hall Brown, 441, 460
  • Marine Speed Reduction Gear as a Commercial Proposition, 518
  • "Marine Turbines—see Turbines
  • Martin, Percy F., on Arica—La Paz Railway, 452 Mavor, H. A., on Electrical Drives for Screw Propellers, 250
  • Measurement of Shaft Horse-power, 399 '
  • Mechanical Engineering Laboratory at Belfast, 558
  • Mechanical Filtration and Softening of Water, Rubery, Owen and Co., 495
  • Mechanical Production of Rust, 542—see also Metals, Endurance of ; (Letters), 572, 597 647
  • Metal, Pressing Sheet, Henry Lea, 588
  • Metal Statistics, The World's, 84
  • Metals, Endurance of, Experiments at University College, London, 422, 533, 542 ; (Letters), 572, 597, 647
  • Metallurgical Exhibits at Turin, 169
  • Metallurgical Industries of Italy, 469 Middlesbrough Bridge—see Bridges
  • Military Aviation, 643
  • Mill Engines, 464
  • Mills, Grain, E. R. and F. Turner, 594
  • MINES AND MINING NEWS:
  • Coal Mines—see Coal and Collieries
  • Electrical Gear for Mines, 387, 388
  • Gold, A Leakage of, 286, 642 Labour Questions—see Labour
  • Lead and Zinc Mining in the Lake District 4-16
  • Mining Explosives, 511
  • Wages and Hours Questions—see Labour
  • MONCRIEFF, J. M., on Workshop Training as a Preliminary to Practical Training in Various Branches of Engineering, 40
  • Monorail Hoist, Witton Kramer Tool and Hoist Company (Sixteen-page Supplement, November, 2Mh, 1911)
  • Motive Power, The Choice of, W. O. Horsnaill, 658
  • Motor Boat Engines—see Engines and Motors Motor Boats—see Ships
  • Motors, Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR MATTERS:
  • Bevel, Chain, and Worm Gearing, 487, 488
  • Chassis, Engine, Axles, Brakes, and Details for 15 and 20 Horse-power Car, Crossley Motors, Limited, 465, 468
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle, The, Trials Commemoration Dinner, 460
  • Cylinder Grinder Machine, Mayer and Schmidt, 63
  • Daimler Engineering Scholarships, 187 Daimler Motor Car at Olympia, 487 «
  • Darracq Car, The New. 485
  • Development of the Motor Car Engine, L. A. Legros, 376
  • Electric Lighting for Motor Cars, 488 F.I.A.T. Company’s Exhibits at Turin, 143 Hydraulic Gear for Motor "Car, Hugo Lentz, 487
  • Itala Automobiles, Limited, Engine at Olympia Show, 486
  • Knight Sleeveless Valve Motor Car Engine, 487
  • Lanchester Six-cylinder Engine, Chassis, Carburetter, and Valve Gear, 486
  • Motor Cars at Olympia, Baguley, B.S.A., Daimler, Humber, Maudslay, and Wolseley, 487, 488
  • Motor Tractors in the Argentine, 443
  • Napier 15 H.P. Car with Improved Back Axle, S. F. Edge, Limited, 487
  • Petrol-electric Railway Motor Car, Leyland Motors, Limited, 132
  • Petrol Motor Lorries, Subsidising of, 330 Sheffield-Simplex Six-cylinder Engine and
  • Car, 485
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Turin, French and German Cars and Chassis, 63, 64
  • Valve Drive for Spyker Engine; 487
  • MOUNTING Gun Turrets on H.M.S. Monarch, 135 (Two-page Supplement, August Mh, 1911)
  • Moving a Wall in Antwerp, 526
  • NATIONAL Insurance—see Insurance
  • Naval Architects and Architecture—see Ships Naval Matters
  • Navvy, 16-Ton Steam Crane, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 236
  • Nedden, F. zur, on Engineering Training—A German View, 10
  • Next Move, 592 •
  • Nikla Irrigation Super-passage, F. R. Jacoinb, 512, 516
  • Noble,'Sir Andrew, on Progress in Nava! Artillery, 79
  • North-Eastern Shops—see Railways
  • North, Sydney H., and G. M. Edwards on the Economic Position of the Oil Fuel Question, 655

OBITUARY:

  • - Arthur, Nicol S., 511
  • - Conacher, John, 429
  • - Congreve, Hubert, 380
  • - Crossley, Sir William J. (Portrait), 401
  • - Davey, Darnton Charles, 429
  • - Foden, Edwin. 256
  • - Hallett, Holt Samuel, 511
  • - Howson, Richard, 183
  • - Inglis, Sir James Charles (Portrait), 635
  • - Knight, Robert, 316
  • - Last, William Isaac, 152
  • - Martin, William C., 495
  • - Mothersole, Hartley, 227
  • - Riches, Tom Hurry (Portrait), 256
  • - Sadler, Sir Samuel, 366
  • O’BRIEN, E., on Electrification of Railways, 522
  • Observational Sciences, Characteristics' of,
  • Professor H. H. Turner, 333
  • Oerlikon Works—see Works Oil-electric Propulsion for Lake Steamers, 250 Oil Engines—see Engines, Internal Combustion, also Railways, Locomotives
  • Oil Fuel Question, Economic Position, S. H. North and G. M. Edwards, 655
  • Oil, Mineral and Resin, Method of Detecting, in Other Oils, A. E. Outerbridge, 164
  • Oil Testing Appliances at Norwich, 27 Olympia—see Exhibitions
  • Omnibuses, Petrol-electric, Tillings, Limited, 536 (see also JSlectric Transport Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Oram, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir H. J., on Fifty Years’ Changes in British Warship Machinery, 22, 54
  • Ordnance Survey, 330
  • Outerbridge, A. E., on Method of Detecting
  • Mineral Oil and Resin Oil in Other Oils, 164 Ozone Water Purifying Plant at St. Petersburg, 560, 564
  • PANAMA Canal, Congress and the, 666
  • Panama Canal, Forced Sale, 129
  • Panama Canal, Hydraulic Excavation, 298 I, Panama Scrap, 596 eg
  • Paraffin and Petrol Engines—see Engines
  • Parsons, Sir C., on the Marine Steam Turbine from 1894-1910, 22, 215
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH AND AMERICAN:
  • Aeronautics, 62, 371, 476, 504, 651, 675
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 372
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 32, 88, 628
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 191, 220, 447, 476, 627
  • Dynamos and Motors, 61, 62, 141, 142, 168, 191,219,245, 295, 319, 345, 393, 447, 475, 476, 503, 529, 577, 601, 628, 651, 675
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 31, 61, 87, 88, 115, 141, 167, 168, 192, 219, 271, 272, 319, 345, 371, 393, 420, 447, 448, 503, 552, 577, 578, 601, 627, 651, 675, 676
  • Engines, Steam, 61, 168, 192, 272, 295, 394,
  • 529, 578, 602, 651, 675, 676
  • Gas Producers, 31, 62, 115, 320, 394, 530
  • Hydraulics, 168, 419, 475
  • Lighting and Heating, 32, 116, 141, 142, 246, 272, 371, 476, 628
  • Locomotives, 32, 61, 62, 220, 296, 393, 420, 504, 551, 652
  • •Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 32, 141, 142, 192, 220, 246, 271, 295, 346, 372, 394, 420, 447, 476, 504, 530; 578, 602, 652, 675, 676
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 32, 115, 142, 167, 192, 246, 296, 393, 419, 530, 552, 577
  • Mines and Metals, 168, 272, 320, 372, 394, 602, 628, 675
  • Miscellaneous, 32, 62, 88, 116, 142, 167, 192, 220, 246, 272, 296, 346, 372, 394, 476, 504, 578, 628, 652, 675
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 32, 272, 346, 394, 420, 504
  • Ordnance and Armour, 88, 116, 142, 220, 295, 371, 394; 420, 551, 602, 628
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 62, 142, 168, 272, 296, 320, 371, 394, 448, .504, 530, 552, 628.
  • Ships and Boats, 32, 142, 246, 346, 372, 448,
  • 530, 551, 578, 602, 652
  • Steam Generators, 32; 87, 88, 115, 116, 219, 220, 245, 246, 271, 295, 319, 345, 346, 372, 394, 419, 448, 475, 476, 504, 529, 530, 552, 578, 652, 676
  • Switch Gear, 191, 219, 320, 393, 601
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 191, 419
  • Tramways and Railways, 31, 88, 116, 220, 245, 296, 475, 652, 675
  • Transformers, 320, 503, 529, 628, 651
  • Transmission of Power, 62, 220, 245, 271, 420, •176, 551, 676
  • Turbine Machinery, 31, 88. 115, 167, 191, 192, 219, 220, 296, 346, 371, 447, 476, 530; 577, 627, 651, 676
  • PATENTS, American, 566
  • Peace without Honour, 207 Peat, Power from. 585
  • Pelton Wheel, 6000 H.P., at Loentsch Electricity Works, 67
  • Personal and Business Announcements 30, 60, 86, 114, 140, 166, 190, 270, 294, 318, 344, 370, 392, 446, 474, 502, 528, 550, 576, 600, 627, 650, 674,
  • Petavel, Professor1 J. E., on Relation of Engineering Employers, and Colleges and Practical Training of College Students, 7
  • Petrol Locomotive, Ironside. Son and Dycker- hoff, 268
  • Plotting Curves and Charts to Logarithmic Scales, E. A. Vessey and J. A; Seager, 287 ; (Letter),’ 356
  • Plough, Four-furrow, J. and F. Howard, 27 Power, The Choice of Motive, W. O. Horsnaill, 658
  • Power from Peat, 585
  • Power Required to Cut Steel, P. V. Vernon, 182 Power Stations—see Electrical Matters
  • Practical, 32 H.P. Sun-power Plant, F. Shuman, 484, 490
  • Practical Training in Workshops or on Works of Construction, &c., Sir H. F. Donaldson, 6 ; and W. B. Worthington, 6
  • Prasil, Professor Dr. F., on Experiments with Francis Turbines and Tangential Turbines, 147
  • Press, Steam Hydraulic Forging, Haniel and Lueg, 214
  • Pressing Sheet Metal, Henry Lea, 588 Prevention of Hail Storms, 480, 491
  • Producer Gas, 622
  • Producer, Suction Gas, Davey, Paxman and Co., 594
  • Producers, Suction, for Bituminous Coal, Farnham’s Patents, Limited, 80 ; (Correction), 114
  • Progress of Naval Construction in Japan, Rear- Admiral Motoki Kondo, 21
  • Progress of Artillery and Warships—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Propellers—see Aeronautics and Ships
  • PUMPS:
  • Compound Tandem Steam Pumping Engines for the War Department, A. Barclay, Sons, and Co., 669
  • Dredge Pumps at Panama, 299 Fire Pump, Centrifugal, Merryweather, 595 Pump Valve, G. H. Read, 410
  • Pumps at Norwich, 27
  • Simple Donkey Pump, Davie and Horne, 524 Triple-expansion Pumping Engines for Lincoln, Ashton, Frost and Co., 349
  • RACK Railways and Locomotives—see Railways
  • Rails, New Method of Testing, 0. Fremont, 478, 481
  • RAILWAYS & RAILWAY MATTERS:
  • General:
  • Bradshaw’s Railway Guide—see Bradshaw
  • Continuous Transport, Adkins-Lewis System, 277, 407, 645 ; (Letter), 440
  • Early Railway Unrest, 621
  • Electric Lighting of Railway Trains, The Brake Vehicle Method, R. T. Smith, 574
  • Electric Traction Systems and Rolling Stock, Historical Survey (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Electrification of Main Lines, P. Dawson, 616, 623
  • Electrification of Railways, E. O’Brien, 522
  • Measuring the Resistance of Trains, 48; (Letters), 11, 72
  • Next Move, 592
  • Non-ferrous Metals in Railway Work, George Hughes, 303 y
  • Petrol Electric Railway Motor Car, Leland Motors, Limited, 132
  • Railway Bills for the Next Session, 570
  • Railway Debate, 543—see also Royal Commission
  • Railway Economics, 566
  • Railway Rates, 309
  • Railway Settlement, 615
  • Railway Wagons—see Wagons
  • Reinforced Concrete for Railway Engineering Works, J. D. W. Ball, 321, 421, 450
  • Royal Commission on Railway. Conciliation Boards, 238, 264, 290, 314, 337, 3.64, 428, 435, 543, 615
  • Silvertown Train Lighting Equipment, 544
  • Underground Goods Railways for London, 615 Wagon, Self-discharging Hopper Ballasting, 288
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • Anglo Irish Communications, 146
  • East Indian Railway Works, 415
  • 'Electric Railways in London, 537
  • Great Central Railway, 514
  • Indian Railways, Resumed Prosperity of the, 422
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s Boiler Shop at Darlington, 655, 664
  • Opening of the Brighton Railway, September 20th, 1841, 301
  • Railway Half-year, 186
  • Railways in the Sixteenth Century, 324 ; (Letter), 356
  • Silvertown Train Lighting Equipment, 544
  • Surburban Transportation Problems, 407
  • Summer Train Service, The, 33
  • Unity House, 491 ; (Letter), 497
  • Year’s Accidents, Report, 213
  • Foreign:
  • Arica-La-Paz Railway, Percy F. Martin, 452
  • Bellinzona-Mesocco Electrio Railway, 178
  • Berne Alpine Railway Electrification, Spicz- brigue, 177
  • Buenos Aires Western Railway, Self-discharging Hopper Ballasting Wagon, 288
  • Franco-Spanish Railway, 41'5
  • French and German Railway Exhibits at Turin, 63
  • French Railways, Revolutionary Methods on; 11
  • French State Railway Management, 103 International Franco-Spanish Noguera-Pal-laresa Railway, 415
  • Locarno-Ponte-Brolla-Bignasco Railway, 178
  • Lotscliberg-Simplon Railway and its Construction. 477, 531, 580, 633
  • Roman Railways, Proposed, 267

RAILWAYS
General:

  • Automatic Locomotive Cylinder By-pass, Siabloff Valve, 108
  • Baltic Locomotives, 286 ; (Letter), 306 Baltic Type Locomotives at Work, 669 Locomotive Proportions, Lawford H. Fry, 377 (Four-page Supplement, Tables, October 13th, 1911); (Letter), 469
  • Mallet Locomotives, Recent, 360 : (Letter), 413
  • Mallet Superheater Locomotives, 292
  • Oil-buring Locomotives on the Tehuantepec National Railroad, R. G. Aston, 661
  • Rack Railway Locomotives of the Swiss Mountain Railways, T. Weber and S. Abt, 95

British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Great Northern Railway of Ireland Super¬heater Locomotive, 411
  • Groat Western Express Work, Recent, 658 London and South-Western Express Engine,
  • 71 (JZ’wo-pagre Supplement, July 21st, 1911) Midland Railway Six-coupled Superheater
  • Goods Engine, 660, 661
  • North-Eastern Three-cylinder Passenger Ex¬press Engine and ’fender, 455 (Two-page Supplement, November 3rd, 1911)

Foreign:

  • Air Locomotive on the Lotschberg-Simplon Railway, 580
  • Bavarian State Railways Goods Locomotive, 608
  • Cheminde Fer duNordBaltic!Locomotives,669 ©hemin de Fer du Nord Four-cylinder Baltic
  • Type Compound Express Engine, 241, 286
  • Chicago and North-Western Superheater Passenger Engine, 28
  • Delaware and Hudson Railway, Mallet Com¬pound Superheater Locomotive, 292
  • Italian Locomotives, Early and Late, at Turin, 169, 170 —4
  • Italian State Railways Four-cylinder Pacific Type Express Engine, 402
  • Mallet Locomotives on American Railways, 583, 590, 636
  • Oil-burning Locomotives on the Tehuantepec Railroad, R. G. Aston, 661
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Locomotive, 322, 323
  • Soudan Government Mixed Traffic Engine, 100
  • Swiss Mountain Rack Railway Locomotives, T. Weber and S. Abt, 95
  • 'Turin, Locomotive Exhibits at, 322, 323, 402, 505, 608
  • Wiirtemberg State Railways Locomotive, 505
  • RAMSAY, Sir William, Address to the British Association, 233, 238
  • Rangoon, Port of. 532 Rateau, Professor, on The Rational Application
  • of the Turbine to the Propulsion of Warships, 22, 54 i
  • Recorder. Speed and Power, Denny-Edgecombe, 136
  • Recorders, Lea Recording Company, 330
  • Recording Instruments, “ Bristol,” , J. W. and C. J. Phillips, 388
  • Refrigerated Meat Steamer—see Ships Reinforced Concrete—see also Concrete Reinforced Concrete for Railway Engineering
  • Works, J. D. W. Ball, 321, 421, 450 Reinforced Concrete Retaining Wall at Bury, 620
  • Reinforced Concrete Telegraph Poles, British Improved Construction Company, Limited, 442
  • Relation of Engineering Employers and Colleges and Practical Training of College Students, Professor J. E. Petavel, 7 ; J. W. Horne, 7
  • Research, 565
  • Reservoir, Island Barn, 494
  • Resistance of Trains—see Railways Retaining Wall at Bury, Reinforced Concrete, 620
  • Revolutionary Methods on French Railways, 11 Rheinfelden Hydro-electric Power Station, 94, 95
  • Rifled Artillery, Sir G. Greenhill, 505
  • Rig, A Simple Indicator, 341
  • River Deviation, The Causes of, T. S. Ellis, 606 Road Board, Report, 429
  • Road Materials, Trials of, 52
  • Road Vehicles, Electrical (Sixteen-pa<;e Supple¬ment, November 24th, 1911)
  • Roads, Steam on Common, 383 Roller, Light Steam, Mann’s Patent Steam Cart
  • and Wagon Company, 26
  • Rolling Mills at South Giovanni Valdarno Works, 395 ([Two-page Supplement, Octo¬ber 20th, 1911)
  • Rolling Mills and Trains at Italian Works, 222, 232 (Four-page Supplement, September 1st, 1911)
  • Rolling of Ships—see Ships
  • Roman Railways—see Railways
  • Romberg, Professor, on The Oi Motor in Ger¬man Sea Fisheries, 567
  • Royal Agricultural Society—see Exhibitions Royal Commission on Coast Erosion, 25
  • Royal Commission on Railway Conciliation
  • Boards, 238, 264, 290, 314, 337, 364, 428, 435, 543
  • Royal Commission on Sewage Disposal, 543
  • Russo, Colonel G., on Fifty Years’ Progress in Shipbuilding in Italy, 79
  • Rust, Mechanical Production of, 542 ; (Letters), 572, 597, 647—see also Metals, Endurance of
  • SABATHE Motor—see Engines and Motors Safe, Concrete—see Test
  • Safe Load and Deflection of Helical Springs, R. G. T. Thomas, 171
  • St. Petersburg, Water Purification Works, 560, 564
  • Salt Works at Weston Point, Cheshire, 424, 434 Salvage Dock—see Docks
  • Saw Bench, Motor-driven Circular, A. Ransome and Co., 188
  • Saws—see also Machine Tools
  • Schaffhausen Hydro-electric Power Station, 12
  • Schlick, Dr. O., on Our Present Knowledge of the Vibration Phenomena of Steamers, 55
  • Schubeler, F., on Modern Diesel Oil Engines, 119
  • Science of Observation, 333
  • Scientific Study of Naval Architecture—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Severn Waterway, 204
  • Sewage Disposal, Royal Commission on, 543
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Brentwood,- 472-
  • Sewer, New Main Low-level, for the South Side of London, R. M. Gloyne, 443
  • Shaft Horse-power, Measurement of, 399
  • Shafts, Automatic Lubricator for, George Richards, 622

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING:
General:

  • America in Three Days, 181 ; (Letter), 216 Approximate Stability, A. R. Liddell, 604 Capstans, Large Electric, Vaughan and Son, Limited, 670
  • Cavitation, Some Further Notes on, S. W. Barnaby, 78, 208
  • Development of Merchant Shipbuilding in Japan, Dr. S. Terano and Mr. M. Yukawa, 55
  • Electrical Drives for Screw Propellers, H. A. Mavor, 2’50
  • Electrical Steering, B. 'P. Haigh, 251
  • Electrically Propelled Boats and Ships (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 24th, 1911); (Letters), 597
  • Fifty Years’ Developments in Mercantile Ship Construction, Dr. S. J. P. Tliearle, 56
  • Interference and Cavitation, 208
  • International Competition in Shipbuilding, 395'
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 430
  • . Marine Engineering of To-day and its Developments, E. Hall-Brown, 441, 460
  • Marine Speed-reduction Gear as a Commercial Proposition, 518
  • Maximum Dimensions of Ships, Sir W. H. White, 554, 570
  • Measurement of Shaft Horse-power, 399 Nine Months’ Clyde Shipbuilding, 375 Oil-electric Propulsion for Lake Steamers, 250
  • Oil Motor in the German Sea Fisheries, Professor Romberg, 567
  • Rolling of Ships, Professor J. B. Biles, 241 Salvage Dock, French Submarine, 454, 455 Scottish Shipbuilding, Half-year’s, 28 Shipbuilding in Austria, 341
  • Shipping'bn the Great Lakes, F. E. Kirby and A. P. Rankin, 57
  • Suction of Vessels, 637, 641
  • Tanks, Experimental—see Tanks
  • Turbo-electric Machinery for United States Colliers, 250
  • Vibration Phenomena of Steamers, Our Present Knowledge of, Dr. O. Schlick, 55

British Navy:

  • British and German Torpedo Craft, 247 Canadian Navy, 565
  • Monarch, H.M.S., Mounting Gun Turrets, 135 (Two-page Supplement, August 4th, 1911)
  • New Zealand, Launch of H.M. Cruiser-Battleship, 24
  • Olympic and H.M. Cruiser Hawke in Collision, 316
  • Orion, H.M. First-Class Battleship, 235, 268

Naval Matters:

  • Armour for Ships] 1860-1910, C. E. Ellis, 79
  • Armour Plate Exhibits at Turin, 169
  • Artillery, Rifled, Sir G. Greenhill, 505
  • .Fifty Years’ Architectural Expression of Tactical Ideas, Admiral Sir C. Bridge, 21
  • Fifty Years’ Changes in British Warship Machinery, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir
  • H. J. Oram, 22, 54
  • Fifty Years’ Progress in Shipbuilding in Italy, Colonel G. Russo, 79
  • German Naval Development Exhibits at Turin, 63
  • Gun Trials of Warships, 453
  • Jubilee of the Institution of Naval Architects, 18, 48, 54, 77
  • Naval Airship—see Aeronautics
  • Naval Architects, 592
  • NaVal Artillery, Notes oil Progress in, Sir Andrew Noble, 79
  • Naval Power in South America, 591
  • Practical Results with Counter Propellers, Dr. Wagner, 586
  • Progress of Naval Construction in Japan, Rear-Admiral Motoki Kondo, 21
  • Progress of Naval Engineering in Japan, Engineer Rear-Admiral Terugoro Fujii, 77
  • Progress of Warships and Machinery under Construction in England, 48
  • Rational Application of the Turbine to the Proptilsion of Warships, Professor Rateau, 22, 54
  • Scientific Study of. Naval Architecture in Germany, Professor Flaimn, 77
  • Steering Gear for Battleships of the Giulio Cesare Type, 170 (Two-page Supplement, August 13th, 1911)
  • Submarines, Form of, 104
  • Turbines—see Turbines
  • Turning of a Twin-screw Steamer in her Own Length, &c., Herr Direktor Walter, 586
  • United States Navy, Secretary’s Annual Report, 657
  • Warship Building, 1860 to 1910, Sir P Watts, 79

Foreign Navies:

  • Argentine Battleships Moreno and Riva- davia, 555
  • Argentine Battleship Rivadavia, 282, 555 British and German Torpedo Craft, 247 Chinese Cruiser Chao Ho, 432
  • French Battleship Liberte, Loss of, 333, 340, 436 ; (Letter), 340
  • French Battleship Mirabeau, Trials of, 107
  • French Battleship Vergniaud, Trials, 647
  • French Battleships Jean Bart and Courbet, 412
  • French Destroyer Bouclier, A.’Normand, 622 French' Submarine Salvage Boat, 454, 455 German Submarine U 8, 568, 569
  • Italian- Armoured Cruiser San Giorgio, Stranding of, 201
  • Italian Battleship Conte di Cavour, 152
  • Italian Warship Building, Exhibits at Turin 170
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:
  • Austria, Shipbuilding in, 341
  • Cunard Steamship Laconia, 125, 612
  • Electric Arc, Machinery for, Mavor and Coul son, 304 (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Frieda, Electric Steamship, 250
  • Italian Mail Boat Romagna, Diesel Engines for, Sulzer Brothers, 629, 630
  • Japanese Pacific. Liner Shinyo Maru, 536, 540.
  • London and North-Western Coaling Barge Herald, 322, 333
  • Medina, P. and O. Steamer, 326
  • Motor Yacht Felicitas, Yarrow and Co., 431
  • Olympic and H.M. Cruiser Hawke in Collision, 316, 637, 641
  • Orient Liner Orama, John Brown and Co., 27, 488
  • Riviera, Turbine Steamer, for South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Denny and Brothers, 520, 521
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Railway CrossChannel Turbine Steamers, Denny and Brothers, 520, 521
  • Sprague, Stern-wheeler, with Coal Boats, 89
  • Steam Launch, Simpson, Strickland and Co., 410
  • Transpacific Liners Tenyo, Maru and Chiyo Maru, Design and Performance of the, Professors Teran o and Baron C. Shiba,’ 57, 137
  • Twin-screw Refrigerated Meat Steamer El Zarate, 618, 619
  • Two New Liners, 400
  • Union Castle Liner Galway Castle, 400
  • United States Collier Neptune, Speed Reducing Gear of, Westinghouse Company, 508 ; (Letters), 547
  • Vulcanus, A Long Trip by, 188
  • White Star Liner Zealandic, 400
  • SHIPBUILDING Works at La Seyne, 193, 206
  • Shipyards, Howaldtswerke, at Kiel-Dietrichsdorf, 98
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Siberian Trade, 543
  • Silvertown Train Lighting Equipment, 544 Smith, Dempster, on Cutting 'Pools, 471
  • Smith, Professor R. H., on the Battle of the Superheats, 632
  • Smith, Roger T., on Electric Lighting of Railway Trains, 574
  • Social Reforms and Industry, 155
  • South America,, Engineering News from, 83, 201 287, 386, 496 ; (Letter), 413
  • Speed Countershaft—see Countershaft
  • Speed Reduction Gear—see Marine
  • Springs, Helical, Safe Load and Deflection of, R. G. T. Thomas, 171
  • Springless Lock, Chubb and Son, 415
  • Stability, Approximate, A. R. Liddell, 604
  • Standardisation of Training—see Education Starting Induction Motors—see Electrical Matters
  • Staying Boilers—see Boilers
  • Steam Boilers—see Boilers
  • Steam on Common Roads, 383 ; (Letter), 413
  • Steam Engines—see Engines, Steam
  • Steam Fittings at Norwich, Holden and Brooke, 27
  • Steam Power Plant Accessories, Willcox and Co., 329
  • Steam Turbines—see Turbines
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Stepped Cone Diameters, R. J. Iliffe, 456 Stock Oil-fired Steel Converter, 46, 53
  • Stonebreaking Plant, Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Company. 27
  • Storage of River Water, 119
  • Straightening Machines—see Machine Tools Strikes—see Labour
  • Structural Engineers : Spelter and Sheets, 306 Submarines—see Ships
  • Subsidising of Petrol Motor Lorries, 330
  • Suburban Transport—see Railways, Continuous Transport
  • Suburban Transportation Problems, 407
  • Suction Dredger, South Australian, Werf Gusto, A. F. Smulders, 237
  • Suction Dredgers—see also Dredgers
  • Suction Producers—-see Producers
  • Suction of Vessels, 637, 641
  • Sugar Process, Cane, Nipe Bay Sugar Company, 214
  • Sun-power Plant, A Practical, F. Shuman, 484, 490
  • Superheater and Reheater for Mallet Locomotive, 637
  • Superheater, Tubeless, Simplex Superheater Company, 109
  • Superheating, A Question of. 542
  • Superheats, Battle of the, R. H. Smith, 632
  • Supplement, Four-page, Tables of Locomotive Proportions, October 13th, 1911
  • Supplement, Sixteen-page, Electric Transport, November 24th, 1911
  • Supplements, Illustrations only—see Separate Section of Index
  • Syphon for Nikla Irrigation, 512 516
  • TANK, Experimental, Tests in Models of Submarines, Result of, M. S. Chace, 22, 104, 110 Tank, Yarrow Experimental, at Bushey, 16, 24
  • Tees, Development of the, 336, 412
  • Telegraph Poles, Reinforced Concrete, British Improved Construction Company, Limited, 442
  • Telephone Exchanges, Automatic, British Insulated and Helsby Cables, Limited, 538, 560
  • Telpherage (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Temperature Influence on Carbon and Iron, E. Adamson, 385
  • Test of Reinforced Concrete with the Oxy-Acetylene Blow-pipe, 522 ; (Letter), 547
  • Testing Rails, A New Method, C. Fremont, 478, 481
  • Testing Steam Turbines and High-speed Generators, 136
  • Textile Department of Bradford Technical College, 468
  • Textile Machinery at Manchester, 380
  • Thearle, Dr. S. J. P., on Fifty Years’ Developments in Mercantile Ship Construction, 56
  • Theodolite, A New, J. Davis and Son, 108
  • Thermo-electric Temperature Indicator, C. R. Darling, 432
  • Thomas, R. G. T., on the Safe Load and Deflection of Helical Springs, 171
  • Thrashing Machine, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 594
  • Time Clause in a Contract, 247
  • Torsion Indicator, New Electric, Fr. Lux, 588 Torsion Meter, Denny-Edgecombe, 399 Tractor, Agricultural, Saunderson and Gifkins, 593
  • Tractor, Compound Steam, Marshall, 593 Tractor, Compound Steam Motor, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 593
  • Tractor, “ New Century ” Petrol, Ironside, Son and Dyckerhoff, 268
  • Tractors, Motor, in the Argentine, 443 .Tractors and Traction Engines at Smithfield, 592
  • Trade in Hungary, British, 603
  • Trade Returns—see Board of Trade Traffic Report, London, 597, 603, 615
  • Trailer Cars on the L.C.C. Tramways, 471 ; (Letter)' 469
  • Trains—see Railways
  • Training of Engineers—see also Engineering Training
  • Training, Relation of Practical, to College Study, Professors A. Barr and H. Louis, 39
  • Training, Workshop, as a Preliminary to Practical Training in Engineering, J. A. Brodie, J. M. Moncrieff, and Professor J. J. Welch, 40
  • Tramway Rails, Origin and Production of Corrugation on, W. Worby Beaumont, 250
  • Tramways, Electric, Various Systems (Sixteen- page Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Tramways, L.C.C., Trailer Cars on the, 471 ; (Letter), 469
  • Transport—see Railways
  • Transporter Bridges—see Bridges
  • Transporters, Overhead (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 24th, 1911)
  • Tube Trade, 130
  • Tubeless Superheater, Simplex Superheater
  • Company, 109 Tunnel, A Great Subaqueous, 23 Tunnels—see also Railways Turbine, Casing and Rotor for the Shinyo Maru, 536
  • Curtis, for Japanese Battleships, 77 for Italian Battleship Dante Alighieri, 170
  • Propulsion Developments, 326
  • Rational Application of the, to the Propulsion of Warships, Professor Rateau, 22, 54
  • Reducing Gear, Marine, Westinghouse Company, 508 ; (Letters), 547 '
  • Turbine, The Gas, II. Holzwartli, 587
  • The Marine Steam, from 1894—1910, Sir C. Parsons, 22, 215
  • Turbines, at Beznau and Loentsch Electricity Works, 33
  • Francis, at Schaffhausen, 12
  • Francis, and Tangential (Pelton) Turbines, Professor Dr. F. Prasil, 147
  • Marine Steam', Allgemeine Elektrici- tats Gesellschaft, 202
  • Steam, Escher, Wyss and Co., 175, 176
  • Steam, and High-speed Generators, Testing, 136
  • Steam, H. Zoelly on, 148 ; (Letters), 187, 379, 497
  • Theodor Bell’s Water, at the Vigeland Aluminium Works, G. Wuthrich, 351, 358, 373, 382, 396, 406
  • and Turbo-generators for Dunston Power Station, 2, 42 (Two-page Supplement, July 1th, 1911)
  • Water, Theodor Bell, Grenz, Gunther, Hercules, Voith, 248, 280
  • Water, for Low Falls, 200, 248, 280 Turbo-electric Machinery for United States- Colliers, 250
  • Turbo-generator, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, 362
  • Turin—see Exhibitions and Railway Locomotives
  • UNITED States Navy Report—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Unity House, 491 ; (Letter), 497
  • Unwin, Dr. W. C., on Education, 7
  • Unwin, Dr. W. C., Presidential Address, 499
  • VACUUM Gauge, Absolute Pressure, Schaffer and Budenberg, 522, 536
  • Vacuum Salt Plant, Triple Effect, at Weston Point, 424, 434
  • Value of a University Degree in Engineering Science in Relation to Professional Competence, Professor S. M. Dixon, 9 ; Professor C. F. Jenkin, 9
  • Valve Pump, G. H. Read, 410
  • Vernon, P. V., on Power Required to Cut Steel, 182
  • Vessels—see Ships
  • Vessey, E. A., and J. A. Seager on Plotting Curves and Charts to Logarithmic Scales, 287
  • Vibration of Ships—see Ships
  • Vigeland Works—see Works
  • WAGES—see Labour
  • Wagner, Dr., on Practical Results with Counter Propellers, 586
  • Wagon, Self-discharging Hopper Ballasting for Buenos Aires Western Railway, 288
  • Wall in Antwerp, Moving, 526
  • Wall, Retaining, Reinforced Concrete, at Bury, 620
  • Walter, Herr Direktor, on Turning of a Twin- Screw Steamer in her Own Length, &c., 586

WAR MATERIAL:

  • French and German War Material Exhibits at Turin, 63
  • Rifled Artillery, Sir G. Greenhill, 505 Warships—see Ships
  • WATER Conduit Pipes, Exhibit at Turin, 169
  • Water Heater, Unit Heater Company, Limited, 470
  • Water, Mechanical Filtration and Softening of, Rubery, Owen and Co., 495
  • Water Power Works, High-pressure, L. Zodcl, 121
  • Water Power Works, Loch Leven, 523
  • Water Softener, Andrews’, 495
  • Water Softening Appliances at Manchester, Lassen and Hjort, 380

WATER SUPPLY

  • Birkenhead, 367
  • Ebbw Vale, 386
  • Lincoln, 348
  • London, 130, 494
  • Metropolitan Water Board Reservoir at Island Barn, 494
  • St. Petersburg, Waiter Purification Works at, 560, 564
  • Storage of River Water, 119 ]
  • Western Australian Water Supply Pipe, Corrosion of, 444 ; (Letter), 547
  • WATER Tower at Ilva Works, 350 (»SuppZe»ient October 6/A, 1911)
  • Water Turbines—see Turbines
  • Waterway, Severn, 204
  • Weber, T., and S. Abt on Rack Railway Locomotives of the Swiss Mountain Railways, 95 Weighing Machinery at Smithfield Show, 595 Weight Saving in Machinery Design, 541 Welch, Professor J. J., on Workshop Training as a Preliminary to Practical Training in all Branches of Engineering, 40
  • White, Sir W. H., on Maximum Dimensions of Ships, 554, 570
  • Wicksteed, J. H., on Double-cutting and Highspeed Planing Machines, 533, 546, 643
  • Winding Machines for Textile Mills, 380
  • Wire-drawing Machine, Automatic, 395 (Two- page Supplement, October 20th, 1911)
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 484
  • Wohler Test—see Metals, Endurance of Wood-planing Machine, Combined Hand and
  • Power Feed, T. Robinson and Son, 27 Work, Cost of Carrying out, A. Fairlie Bruce,
  • 457

WORKS:

  • Acciaierie Italian© di Bolzaneto, 395
  • Aeroplane Factory, British and Colonial Aeroplane Company, 224
  • Britannia Works, Banbury, Samuelson and Co., Limited, 252, 258
  • Brown, Boveri’s Works at Baden, 95, 122 (Two-po^e Nuppfemeni, August 4th, 1911); (Letter), 126
  • East Indian Railway Works, 415
  • Elba, Societa, 273 (Two-page Supplement, September 15th, 1911)
  • Electrical Works-1—see also Electrical Matters Electro-steel Works on Tyneside, 291 Escher, Wyss and Co., Zurich, 175, 176 Ferriere ed Acciaiere del Vesuvio, 396
  • Hadfield’s Works, Visit of Admiral Count Togo, 109
  • Magona d’Italia Iron and Steel Works, 275, 284
  • Oerlikon, Maschinenfabrik, 149, 154
  • Piombino Iron and Steel Works, 273 (Two- page Supplement, September 15th, 1911)
  • S. Giovanni Valdarno, 395 (Two-page Supplement, October 20'h, 1911)
  • Salt Works at Weston Point, Cheshire, 424, 434
  • Schweizerische Lokomotiv-und Maschinenfabrik, 123 (Two-page Supplement, August 4th, 1911)
  • Shipbuilding Works at La Seyne, 193, 206 .
  • Societa degli Alti Forni, &c., di Terni, 297, 312 (Two-po^e <Swpp(e»ien£, September 22nd 1911)
  • Societa Ligure Metallurgica, 222, 232
  • Societa Siderurgica di Savona, 222 (Fowr- page Supplement, September 1st, 1911)
  • Steel Works in Italy, 169, 209, 222, 232, 273, 284, 297, 312 (Four-pogie Supplement, September 1st, 1911), (Four-page Supplement, September 15th, 1911), (Two-page Supplement, September 22nd, 1911), (2'wo-pa</c Supplement, October 20th, 1911)
  • Sulzer Brothers’ Works at Winterthur and Ludwigshafen, 152
  • Vigeland Aluminium Works, South Noryvay, G. Wuthrich, 351, 358, 373, 382, 395, 406
  • WORKMEN’S Compensation-1—see Labour Workshops, Accidents in, 76
  • World’s Metal Statistics, 84
  • Worthington, W. B., on Practical Training in Workshops, &c., 6
  • Wuthrich, G., on Aluminium Works at Vigeland, South Norway, 351, 358, 373, 382, 396 406
  • ZODEL, L., on High-pressure Water Power Works, 121
  • Zoelly, H., on Steam Turbines, 148 ; (Letters), 187, 379
  • Zurich, Visit of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers—see Institutions

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