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The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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A

  • ADAMELLO Hydro-electric Plant, 293, 319, 349, 373, 401 (Two-page Supplement, October 4th, 1912)
  • Adamson, D., on Wire Ropes for Lifting Appliances, andc., 159
  • Adamson’s 120-Ton Electric Travelling Crane, 231
  • Allen Straight Link Motion Bench, 81
  • Alley and Maclellan’s Sentinel Meter, Steam Stop, and Surplus Steam Valves, 410, 411
  • American Earthwork Machinery, 145, 168, 193, 216, 268, 278, 336, 363, 471
  • American Locomotive Company’s Large Mallet Locomotive and Tender for the Virginian Railway, 282 (Two-page Supplement, September 13th, 1912)
  • Anderson, J. W., on Vapour Compression Refrigerating Machines, 576, 581, 669
  • Anderston Foundry Company’s Coke Fuel Gas Engine, 286
  • Andrews, J. H., on Nitrogen and Iron, 424
  • Archdale’s Capstan Lathe and Sensitive Radial Drilling Machine, 412
  • Archdale’s Milling Machine (xviii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Armfield’s Governor Gear, 432
  • Assuan Dam, 671
  • Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge, and Dukin- field Waterworks, 300, 302, 304
  • Asquith’s Double-spindle and Girder Radial and Vertical Drilling Machines (vi and xiii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Atropo, Italian Submersible, 49
  • Austin Canal Excavators, 363
  • Aveling and Porter’s 3-Ton Petrol Wagon, 19

B

  • BACHELETS’ Levitating Frame of Aluminium, 420, 421
  • Bagley Bucket Excavator, 193
  • Ballard, P., on the Hob and the Gear, 221
  • Bateman Planing Machine, Smith and Coventry, 380, 381 (xv, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • BE2, Royal Aircraft Factory Biplane, 513, 536
  • Beatty’s Locomotive, 5
  • Belfast New Graving Dock, W. R. Kelly, 182 (Two-page Supplement, August 18th, 1912)
  • Belsize Chassis, Engine and Gear-box, 512
  • Bengal-Nagpur Narrow-gauge Locomotives, 680
  • Bennis Coking Stoker, 63
  • Bergmann Single-phase Locomotive, 11
  • Bethlehem Steel Company’s Works, 118, 122 ; (Letter), 259 (Two-page Supplement, August 2nd, 1912)
  • Beyer, Peacock’s Locomotive for Natal, 4
  • Beyer, Peacock’s Locomotives for the New South Wales Government Railways, 498
  • Biaschina Hydro-electric Station, 482 (Two- page Supplement, November 8th, 1912)
  • Blankenese—Hamburg — Ohlsdorf Single-phase Railway, 170
  • Boby’s Water Softener Scoop, 458
  • Bolinders’ Box Board Sawing, Planing, and Jointing Machine, 308
  • Bombay Water Supply, 87
  • Bosch Magneto Company’s Lubricator, 127
  • Bradford Sewage Disposal Works, 484, 494
  • Bramhope Tunnel Workers’ Memorial, 645
  • Brett’s Drop Hammers, Motor Driven, for South America, 423
  • Britannia Works, Middlesbrough, Generating Station, 218, 226
  • British Machine Tools at the Olympia Exhibition (Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Brown-Boveri Locomotive, 11
  • Buckton’s Slotting Machine, Motor Driven, for Darlington Forge Company, 602
  • Buckton’s Universal Radial Drilling Machine, 174, 176
  • Buenos Aires, Tramway Works at, 520, 525
  • Buriat Rotating Engine for Aeroplane, 517
  • Burmeister and Wain’s Largo Crank Shaft Milling Machine, 366
  • Burton, Griffiths’ Rhenania Gear Hobber, 460
  • Burton, Griffiths’ Universal Radial Drilling Machine, 460
  • Burton, Griffiths’ “Victor” Automatic Machine (i, ii, and iii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Butler’s Duplex Boring and Turning Machine (vii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)

C

  • CALCUTTA-HOWRAH Floating Bridge, Sir B. Leslie and Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company’s Designs, 272
  • Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 310
  • Calgarian, Allan Liner, Rudder for, Fail field Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 658
  • Cammell, Laird and Co.’s 32,000-Ton Floating Dock for Portsmouth, 204, 231
  • Cammell, Laird and Co.’s Cross-Channel Passenger Steamer Greenore, 234 ; (Correction), 264
  • Carels-Tecklenborg Engines of the Diesel Motor Ship Rolandseck, 550
  • Carnon Mine, Cornwall. 190
  • Carpenter, Professor R. C., on Investigation of the Economy of a Simple Engine with Steam Less than that of Atmospheric Pressure, 23
  • Cedegolo Power Station, 351, 373
  • Central London Railway Extension, 129, 564 ; (Correction), 631
  • Chambers’, Captain, Catapult for Launching Hydro-aeroplanes, 617, 628
  • Chinese Government Railways, Atlantic Type Engine and Tender, Kerr, Stuart and Co., 222, 223 (Two-page Supplement, August 30th, 1912)
  • Chorlton, Alan E. L., on a New Type and Method of Construction of Large Gas Engines, 395
  • Churchill-Shann Exhaust Gas Turbine, 206
  • Churchill’s Universal Grinding Machine (xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Citroen, Andre, Rolling Mill Pinions and Bevel Gears, 459
  • Clerget Rotating Engine for Aeroplane, 516
  • Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company’s Design for Calcutta-Howrah Bridge, 272
  • Clifton and Baird’s Bar Cutting-off Machine (xix, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Closed Circuit Air Transmission, Limited, Marine Gas Plant, 99
  • Colchester Lathe Company’s Capstan Lathe, 429
  • Comte de Flandre Shallow Draught Steamer, Yarrow and Co., 684, 685
  • Constantinople, Pontoon Bridge at, 598, 605
  • Cooke, C. J. B., on Mechanical Handling of Coal for British Locomotives, 579
  • Cordova Central Railways, Narrow Gauge Locomotive, 680
  • Cornwall, Mines and Works in, 96, 113, 143, 150, 166, 190
  • Creedy, F., on a High-speed Electric Generator, 495, 500
  • Crigglestone Collieries Coke Ovens and Byproduct Plant, 440, 443
  • Cromford and High Peak Railway, 546, 552
  • Crosby Continuous Duplex Indicator, 382
  • Crossley Governor Gear, 20
  • Crossley Motor Car Chassis, Engine and Gearbox at Olympia, 490
  • Culebra Cut, Panama Canal, 561; 572, 588 (Two-page Supplement, December 8th, 1912)
  • Cunliffe and Croom’s Electrically Driven Face Lathe, 208
  • Curtis Steam Turbine, R. F. Halliwell, 655

D

  • DAGUE and Cimeterre, French Destroyers, 171
  • Daimler Agricultural Tractor, 18
  • Daimler 3-4-Ton Petrol Lorry, 18
  • Dalby, Professor W. E., on Characteristic Dynamical Diagrams for the Motion of a Train, andc., 467, 469, 502, 529
  • Dalby, Professor W. E., on Valve Gear Diagrams and the Apparatus for Drawing them, 57, 81
  • Davey, Henry, Self-acting Weir and Floodgate, 22
  • Davey, Paxman’s Gas Engine, 620
  • Davey, Paxman’s Wood Refuse Suction Gas Producer, 250
  • Davies and Metcalfe’s Vacuum Brake Ejector, 102
  • Davis’ Paraffin Carburetter, 36, 37
  • Denny-Edgecombe Torsion Meter, 98
  • Deptford Electricity Generating Station, 140
  • Derwent Valley Scheme, Leicester Water Supply, 59, 248, 646, 650 (Two-page Supplement, July 10th, 1912)
  • Ditton Accident, London and North-Western Railway, 307
  • Dolcoath Mine, Cornwall, 113
  • Doncaster, Royal Agricultural Show at, 18, 36
  • Dorman, Long’s New Generating Station at Middlesbrough, 218, 226
  • Douglas-Conroy Milk-cooling Apparatus, 582
  • Dreadful, Sea-going Tug Boat, J. Pollock and Co., 310
  • Drewry Car Company’s Motor Inspection Car for High Altitudes, 91
  • Drummond, Dugald (Portrait), 523
  • Drummond’s
  • - 3.5in. Admiralty Lathe, 409
  • - 9in. Lathe, 409
  • - Ring Turret Lathe, 409
  • Dunkirk Lake After Subsidence, 615
  • Dunlop Closed Circuit Marine Gas Plant, 99

E

  • EAST Indian Railways, Eight-coupled Goods Engine, 66, 74
  • Eastern Sun Power Company’s Plant in Egypt, 393
  • Eavestone, Single-screw Motor Ship, 433 (Two Two-page Supplements, October 25th, 1912)
  • Egypt, Sun Power Pumping Installation, 393
  • Eisermann-Lehne Blower, 682
  • Erie Railroad “Mikado” Type Locomotives, 103
  • Escher, Wyss, 10,000 H.P. High-pressure Turbines at Biaschina Power Station, 482 (Two-page Supplement, November 8th, 1912)
  • Escher, Wyss, Pelton Wheel Turbines for Isola, 349 (Two-page Supplement, October 4th, 1912)
  • Esselbe Aeroplane Engine, 517

F

  • FAIRFIELD Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Rudder for the Allan Liner Calgarian, 658
  • Fatava Aeroplane Engine, 517
  • Firedrake, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, Yarrow and Company, 129
  • Florian Angele Valve Gear, 681
  • Foucault Current Railway, 414, 420
  • Fowler’s Internal Combustion Road Locomotive, 36
  • France, French Liner, 7, 14
  • French Destroyers Dague and Cimeterre, 181
  • French Liner France, 7, 14
  • Frerichs-Junkers’ Tug-boat Engine, 405

G

  • GASSMAN, H. AL, on Motor and Control Equipment of Electrically Operated Valves, 301, 504
  • Gathmann Torpedo Gun, 119
  • Gatun Locks, Panama, 561, 572, 588 (Two-page Supplement, December 8th, 1912)
  • German Battle-cruiser Goeben, 249, 250
  • German Motor Notes, 378, 402
  • Gheury, M. E. J., on The Exact Determination of the Constants of Empirical Formulae, 267
  • Giew Mine, Cornwall, 166
  • Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, 581
  • Goeben, German Battle-cruiser, 249, 250
  • Graeme Stewart, Electrically Driven Fire Float, 312
  • Grand Trunk Railway Viaduct over the Little Salmon River, 327
  • Grant, K. C., on The Flood Problem of Pittsburgh, 65, 82, 111
  • Great Eastern Railway Jubilee, 68
  • Greenore, Cross-channel Passenger Steamer, Cammell, Laird and Co., Limited, 234 ; (Correction), 264
  • Greenwood and Batley’s Cylindrical Grinding Machine (xii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)

H

  • HADFIELD, Sir R., on Method of Producing Sound Ingots, 361, 445, 449, 636
  • Hadfield, Sir R., on New Method of Revealing Segregation in Steel Ingots, 361, 368
  • Hall, R., and Sons’ Automatic Loom, 330
  • Halliwell, R. F., on The Curtis Steam Turbine, 655
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company’s Rock Drill, 156
  • Hartung Spring Governor, 258
  • Heap, Joshua, and Company’s Stay Screwing Machine (xix, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Hendrie Locomotives in South Africa, 4
  • Herbert, Alfred, Limited, Horizontal Milling Alachine, Cutter, and Grinder, Automatic Screw Machine (viii, ix, x, and xi, Twenty- page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Herbert, Alfred, Photostat Copying Apparatus, 658
  • Herbert, E. G., Hack Saw and Filing Machine (vi, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Heyworth Scraper Bucket Excavator, 194
  • Hobart, H. M., and E. Knowlton on Induction Generators, 288
  • Holman Air-driven Rock Drill, 114
  • Holman Stretcher Bar Air-driven Hoist, 114
  • Hooker, Peter, Limited, Sand Blast Rolling Barrel, 180
  • Hoosac Tunnel Single-phase Railway Electrification, 323, 594
  • Howaldtswerke Company’s Alotor Ship Monte Penedo, 230
  • Howden Dam, Derwent Valley Waterworks, 59 (Two-page Supplement, July 10th, 1912)
  • Hughes, George, on Back Pressure in Locomotive Engines, 157
  • Hulse and Co.’s Workshops Extension, 130
  • Humpage Gear Hobber, Power Hack Saw, 432

I

  • ILKESTON Sewage Disposal Works, 354, 358
  • Indian State Railways Superheater Locomotives, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, 384, 386
  • Isler, C., and Co., Counterbalanced Deep-well Pump, 660
  • Isola—see Adamello
  • Italian Railways, The Progress of, 241
  • Italian State Railways, Express Goods Engine, 655 (Two-page Supplement, December 20th, 1912)
  • Italian Submersible Atropo, 49

J

  • JENKINS and Son, Hydraulic Valve, 21
  • Jones and Shipman’s Milling and High-speed Drilling Machines and Hack Saw (x, xi, xii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Joy Valve Gear Bench, 82
  • Judson-Jackson Company’s Belt-driven Power Hammer, 431
  • Junkers’ Single and Double-acting Oil Engines for a Hamburg-Amerika Liner, 404
  • Juno, Diesel Motor Ship, Nederlandsche Fabriek, 514, 538 (Two-page Supplement, November 15th, 1912), (Two-page Supplement, November 22nd, 1912)
  • Jupiter, Propelling Plant of the, 312

K

  • KELLY, AV. R., on The New Graving Dock at Belfast, 182 (Two-page Supplement, August 18th, 1912)
  • Kendall and Gent’s Screwing Machine (xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Kennicott Water Softener, 410
  • Kerr, Stuart and Co.’s Engine and Tender for the Chinese Government Railways, 222, 223 (Two-page Supplement, August 30th, 1912)
  • Kershaw, J., B. C., on Induction Furnaces for Steel Refining, 643, 668
  • King George V., H.M. Dreadnought, 554
  • Kitson Locomotive for Natal, 4
  • Koppel, A., Electric Tip Wagons, 525
  • Krupp’s Vertical Paddle-boat Engines, 378

L

  • LAGO d’Arno, 294
  • Lamme, B. S., on A 2000-kilowatt Unipolar Generator, 75
  • Lana-Vigiljoch Aerial Cableway, 605
  • Langen and Wolf Diesel Engine, 84, 85, 94
  • Laurenti, Alajor, Dock for Testing Strength of Submarine Vessels, 332, 337
  • Laviator Rotating Engine for Aeroplane, 517
  • Lea, Henry (Portrait), 92
  • Leeds and Thirsk Railway, Tunnel Memorial, 645
  • Leicester Water Supply from the Derwent Valley, 59, 248, 646, 650 (Two-page Supplement, July 13th, 1912)
  • Leslie, Sir Bradford, Design for Calcutta Howrah Floating Bridge, 272
  • Liddell, A. R., on Deckloads of Timber, 86
  • Lidgerwood Scraper Bucket Excavator, 194
  • Little Salmon River Viaduct, Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, 327
  • Liverpool, Gladstone Dock at, 581
  • Liverpool, Royal Liver Buildings, Boiler-house Plant, 63
  • Liverpool University, Worm Gearing at, H. Wallwork and Co., 233
  • Lotschberg Single-phase Railwav Alotor Coach, 672
  • London and South-Western Suburban Lines, 629
  • Loudon Brothers’ Marine Repair Shop Lathe, 158, 159
  • Low Coal Engine, 526 ; (Letter), 544
  • Lumsden Oscillating Tool Grinder (ix, x, xi, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)

M

  • McLAREN, J. and H., Land Levelling Scoop 555
  • McNaught, Duncan (Portrait), 364
  • Mahoning Creek—see Pittsburgh
  • Mallet Engines in South Africa, 5
  • Mann’s Light Steam Agricultural Tractor, 621
  • Marion Ditch Excavating Alachine, 363
  • Martin, Percy F., on The Panama Canal, 561, 572, 588 (Two-page Supplement, December 6th, 1912)
  • Massey, B. and S., Friction Drop Stamps, 340
  • Mather and Platt’s Park Works, Manchester, 466, 470
  • Maudslay Four-cylinder Motor Car engine, 543
  • Mavor, H. A., on Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, 312
  • Mechan and Sons’ Sewage Distributor, 64
  • Middlesbrough, Britannia Works Generating Station, 218, 226
  • “Mikado” Locomotives for the Erie Railroad, 103
  • Millington, W. E. W., on High-lift Centrifugal Pumps, 464
  • Mitchell’s Emery Wheel Company’s Dustcollecting Device for Grinding Machines, 287
  • Monte Penedo, Motor Ship, and Engines, Howaldtswerke Company, 230, 244
  • Moody, W. S., on Reactance in Transformers, 686
  • Murnau-Oberammergau Single-phase Railway, 618, 624

N

  • NEAT’S Die-casting Machine, 429
  • Neat’s Nut-tapping Machine, 429, 430
  • Neat’s Saw Sharpener, 429, 430
  • Nederlandsche Fabriek Diesel Motor Ship Juno, 514, 538 (Two-page Supplement, November 15th, 1912)
  • Negretti and Zambra’s Mercurial Vacuum Gauge, 131
  • Nesbitt’s Petrol Valve and Filter, 683
  • New South Wales Railways’ Locomotives, Beyer, Peacock and Co., 498
  • New York, New Haven and Hartford Singlephase Railway and Shunting Locomotive, 256, 275, 594
  • New York, Westchester and Boston Singlephase Railway, 595
  • Newcomen Pumping Engines of 1712, 486 ; (Letter), 544
  • North-Western Railway of India, Superheater Locomotives, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, 384, 386
  • Northwich, Salt Subsidences at, 614
  • Norwich-Brandon Railway Block Telegraph Instrument, 69

O

  • OLYMPIA, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at, 380, 409, 429, 458 (Twenty-page Supplement, November 18th, 1912)
  • Olympia, Motor Car Show at, 489, 510
  • Ormerod Brothers’ Shaping Machines (vii and viii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Oudh and Rohilcund Railway, Superheater Locomotive, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, 384

P

  • PANAMA Canal, Percy F. Martin, 561, 572, 588 (Two-page Supplement, December 6th, 1912)
  • Panhard Aeroplane Engine, 517
  • Paris, Aviation Motors in, 497, 516
  • Park Works, Manchester, Mather and Platt, Limited, 466, 470
  • Parkinson’s Thread Milling Machine, Sunderland Gear-planing Machine and Testing Jigs (xvi, xvii and xviii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Parma, Single-phase Tramways in, 640
  • Peck, J. S., on Earthed versus Unearthed Neutrals on Alternating-current Systems, 607
  • Pedro Miguel Locks, 561
  • Pendred, Vaughan (Portrait), 418
  • Perkin and Co.’s Lathe for Bar Work, 384
  • Petter’s Oil Traction Engine 37
  • Petter’s Semi-Diesel Engine, 620
  • Pfeil and Co., Shaping Machine, Tooth-chamfering Machine. 430
  • Pickles, J., and Son’s Horizontal Band Saw, 330
  • Pittsburgh, Flood Problem of, K. C. Grant, 55. 82, 111
  • Platt’s Heading and Forging Machine, 431
  • Platt’s Nut-milling Machine, 431
  • Platt’s Three-way Screwing Machine, 431
  • Pollard’s Sensitive Drilling Machine (xix and xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Pollock’s Sea-going Tug Boat Dreadful, 310
  • Portsmouth, 32,000-Ton Floating Dock, Cammed Laird and Co., Limited, 204, 231
  • Power Plant Company’s Heavy-duty Coupling ; Treble Helical Gear ; Speed-increasing Gear. 382, 383

Q

  • QUEBEC Bridge, The New, 666, 676
  • Queensland Government Railways, Goods Wagon with Guard’s Compartment, 499

R

  • REAVELL Air Compressors for the Rolandseck Motor Ship, 632 (Two-page Supplement, December 18th, 1912)
  • Redman’s Planer with Electric Drive, 458
  • Reid Locomotive, Natal, 5
  • Reiherstieg-Carels 2500 I.H.P. Oil Marine Engine, 378
  • Reinecker Tooth-chamfering Machine, Pfeil and Co., 430
  • Renold Friction Clutch, 459
  • Renold Roller Chain-driven Cam Shaft, 512
  • Rhenania Gear Hobber, C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., 460
  • Richards’ Duplex Boring Machine and Side Planing Machine (iv and v, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Richardsons, Westgarth’s Rolling Mill Engines, 252, 260 ; (Correction), 290
  • Robey’s Horizontal Stumpf Engine, 19
  • Robey’s Semi-Diesel Engine, 19
  • Rock Island and Southern Railway Singlephase Railway, Locomotive, andc., 482
  • Rolandseck, Diesel Motor Ship, J. C. Teoklen- borg A.G., 550, 616, 632 (Two-page Supplement, December 18th, 1912)
  • Rotterdam, The Hague, Scheveningen Single - phase Railway, 70
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Doncaster, 18, 36
  • Royal Aircraft Factory Biplane BE 2, and Aeronautical Committee, 513, 536, 562, 590
  • Royal Liver Buildings, Liverpool, Boiler-house Plant, 63
  • Royle’s Pump for Hot Liquids with Twells’ Valves, 283
  • Ruston, Proctor’s Oil Engine, 620 ; and Steam Tractor, 621

S

  • ST. CLAIR Tunnel Railroad Single-phase Locomotive, 417
  • St. Nazaire, Shipbuilding and Engineering Works at, 7, 14
  • St. Polten-Mariazell Single-phase Railway, 196, 200
  • Salmson Rotating Engine for Aeroplane, 517
  • Sandy croft, Limited, 100 H.P. Electrically Driven Hauling Gear, 630
  • Schaerer All-gear Lathe, 430, 431
  • Scott-Crossley Motor Self-starting Gear, 511
  • Seriven’s Angle Bar Straightening Machine, 656
  • Selson High-speed Lathe, Shaping Machines, and Radial Drills, 383 (xiii. xiv and xv, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Shark, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 501 ; (Correction), 528
  • Sheffield-Simplex Six-cylinder Motor Car Engine, Chassis, and Details, 511 (Two-page Supplement, November 15th, 1912)
  • Sicilian Fruit Trade, Locomotives for, 655 (Two-page Supplement, December 26th, 1912)
  • Siemens Brothers’ Works Extension, Woolwich, 328 ; (Letters), 397, 450
  • Siemens-Schuckert Electrical Equipment for Single-phase Railways, 10, 70
  • Siemens-Schuckert 20,000-volt Locomotive and Train, 10
  • Simms Lighting Dynamo and Magneto, 511; (Correction), 540
  • Simplex Imperial Rock Drill, R. Stephens and Son, 192
  • Smith and Coventry’s Bateman Planing Machine, 380, 381 (xv, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Smithfield Club Show, 619
  • South African Railways Narrow-gauge Locomotives, 680
  • South African Railways, Rolling Stock Development on, 3, 44, 48 ; (Letter), 47
  • South Crofty Tin Mine, Cornwall, 190
  • Southey, F., on A Modern Factory, 328 ;(Letters), 397, 450
  • Southey Oil Gas Producer, 460, 461
  • Spanish Railway Narrow-gauge Locomotive, 680
  • Spiez-Frutigen Single-phase Railway, 672
  • Spokane and Inland Empire Single-phase Railway, Locomotives, andc.. 482
  • Star Engineering Company’s “Ever-ready” Self-starter, 511
  • Star Engineering Company’s Motor Car at Olympia, 541, 542
  • Stead, J. E., on When Steel Freezes, 518
  • Stephens and Son’s Rock Drill Works, 191
  • Stephenson Link Motion Bench, 81
  • Stirk, John, and Sons’ 18in. Lathe, 380
  • Stockport New Waterworks, 29, 40
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Self-propelled Steam Breakdown Crane, 632
  • Sugden’s Two Types of Superheaters, 683
  • Sulzer’s Diesel Engines for the Monte Penedo, 230, 244
  • Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson 32,000-Ton Floating Dock for the Medway, 72, 73
  • Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer Shark, 501
  • Swiss Federal Railways Balanced Compound Express Engine, 233
  • Sydney, Transit Facilities in, 659

T

  • TALBOT Motor Car Chassis and Engine at Olympia, 542
  • Tansa Dam, for Bombay Water Supply, 87
  • Taylor’s Cutting-off Machine, 458
  • Thamshavn-Lokken Single-phase Railway, 88
  • Trenwith Mine, Cornwall, 166
  • Trevithick Engine and Mixed Train, 546, 552
  • Twells’ Valve for Pump, 283

U

  • UNITED States, Rail Situation in, 391

V

  • VACUUM Oil Company’s Lubricators, 431, 432
  • Venturi Apparatus for Lime Water, 33
  • Vernon, P. V., on Milling Machine Experiments, 574, 577
  • Vickers’ Motor Control Pillars, 461
  • “Victor” Automatic Machine for Chuck Work, C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co. (i, ii and iii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Virginian Railway 335-Ton Mallet Locomotive and Tender, American Locomotive Cojnpany, 282 (Two-page Supplement, September 18th, 1912)
  • Vulcan Foundry, Limited, Superheater Locomotives for Indian State Railways, 384, 386

W

  • WALLWORK’S Gear Hobber (ix and x, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Wallwork’s Worm Gearing at Liverpool University, 233
  • Walschaert’s Valve Gear Bench, 82
  • Ward’s Plain Chucking Lathe and Horizontal Milling Machine, 411
  • Webster and Bennett’s Duplex Boring and Turning Mills (xviii and xix, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18th, 1912)
  • Weir, G. and J., Locomotive Feed-water Heater, 654
  • Werf Gusto, Sea-going Suction Hopper Dredger, 287
  • Weser Aktien-Gesellschaft of Bremen, Toussant Tug-boat Marine Oil Engine, 402
  • Wheal Jane Mine, Cornwall, 190
  • Wicksteed, C., on Reciprocating Straight Blade Sawing Machines, 139
  • Willcox-Penberthy Automatic Cellar-Drainer, 205
  • Wilson and Mathieson’s Moulding Machine, 498
  • Wimperis, H. E., on The Acceleration of a Motor Car, 338
  • Wimperis, H.E., on The Design of Motor Vehicles, 509
  • Wolseley Motor Car Chassis, Engines and Carburetter at Olympia, 489
  • Woolwich Footway Tunnel, 462
  • Woolwich Works Extension, Siemens Brothers, 328 ; (Letters), 397, 450

Y

  • YARROW’S Shallow-draught Steamer Comte de Flandre, 684, 685
  • Yarrow’s Torpedo-boat Destroyer F redrake, 129

A

  • ACCELERATION of a Motor Car, H. E. Wimperis, 338
  • Aerial Cableway, Lana-Vigiljoch, 605
  • Aerofoils for Lift and Drift Experiments, 590
  • Aeronautical Committee, Government, Work of, 513, 536, 562, 590
  • Aeroplane BE2, Royal Aircraft Factory, 513, 536
  • Aeroplane Catapult for Launching Hydro- Aeroplanes, Captain Chambers, 617, 628
  • Aeroplanes in Paris, 497, 516
  • Agricultural Tractor, Daimler, 18
  • Angle Bar Straightening Machine, Scriven and Co., 656
  • Automatic Box Board Machine, J. B. Bolinders and Co., 308
  • Automatic Loom, R. Hall and Sons, 330
  • Automatic Machines—see also Machine Tools
  • Auxiliary for Submarine Service, 337
  • Aviation Motors in Paris, Buriat, Clerget, Esselbe, Fatava, Laviator, Panhard, Salmson, 497, 516
  • Aviation in the United States Navy, 617, 628

B

  • BACK Pressure in Locomotive Engines, G. Hughes, 157
  • Baro-Vacuum Gauge, Negretti and Zambra, 131
  • Battery of Old Cornish Stamps, 115
  • Bevel Gears—see Machine Tools
  • Block Telegraph Instrument, Norwich-Brandon Line, 69
  • Blower, Eisermann-Lehne, 682
  • Boiler and the Yard “Dinkey” for Virginian Railway Mallet Locomotive, 282
  • Boiler-house Plant of the Royal Liver Buildings, Liverpool, 63
  • Boring and Turning Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Box Board Sawing, Planing and Jointing Machine, J. G. Bolinders and Co., 308
  • Bridge, Calcutta-Howrah, Sir B. Leslie and Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company’s Designs, 272
  • Bridge, Pontoon, at Constantinople, 598 605
  • Bridge, The New Quebec, 666, 676
  • Bridges, Concrete v. Brick and Steel for, 155; (Letter), 184

C

  • CABLEWAY, Lana-Vigiljoch Aerial, 605
  • Cam and Magneto Shafts, Roller Chain-driven, Renold, 512
  • Canal, The Panama, Percy F. Martin, 561, 572, 588 (Two-page Supplement, December 6th, 1912)
  • Carburetter, Paraffin, 36, 37
  • Catapult for Launching Hydro-aeroplanes, Captain Chambers, 617, 628
  • Cellar Drainer, Willcox-Penberthy, 205
  • Centrifugal Pumps—see Pumps
  • Chassis, Engine and Gear-box at Olympia, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 490
  • Chassis, Engines and Carburetter, Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, 489
  • China Clay Quarry and Works in Cornwall, 143, 150
  • “Closed Circuit” Air Transmission for a Gas- engined Vessel, 99
  • Clutch, Friction, Hans Renold, Limited, 459
  • Coal Engine, 100 H.P., Dr. Low, 526 ; (Letter). 544
  • Coal-handling Plant at Crewe, C. J. B. Cooke, 579
  • Coke Fuel Gas Engine, Anderston Foundry Company, 286
  • Coke Ovens and By-product Plant at Criggle- stone Collieries, 440, 443
  • Collieries, Crigglestone, Coke Ovens and Byproduct Plant at, 440, 443
  • Compressors, Air, for the Motor Ship Rolandseck, Reavell and Co., Limited, 632 (Two- page Supplement, December 18th, 1912)
  • Concrete v. Brick and Steel for Bridges, 155 ; (Letter), 184
  • Control Pillars—see Electrical Matters
  • Coupling, Heavy Duty, Power Plant Company, 382, 383
  • Crane, 120-Ton Electric Travelling, J. Adamson and Co., 231
  • Crane, Self-propelled Steam Breakdown Stothert and Pitt, 632
  • Cutting Machines—see Machine Tools

D

  • DAM, Assuan, 671
  • Deckloads of Timber, A. R. Liddell, 86
  • Die Casting Machine, C. Neat and Co., 429
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Dock, 32,000-Ton Floating, for the Medway, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 72, 73
  • Dock, 32,00-Ton Floating, for Portsmouth, Cammell, Laird and Co., Limited, 204, 231
  • Dock, Gladstone, Liverpool, 581
  • Dock, The New Graving, at Belfast, W. R. Kelly, 182 (Two-page Supplement, August 16th, 1912)
  • Dock for Testing Strength of Submarine Vessels, Major Laurenti, 332, 337
  • Dredger, Sea-going Suction Hopper, Werf Gusto, 287
  • Drills—see Machine Tools, also Rock Drills
  • Drop Hammers, Motor-driven for South America, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, Limited, 423
  • Drop Stamps, Friction, B. and S. Massey, 340
  • Dust Collecting Device for Grinding Machines, Mitchell’s Emery Wheel Company, 287

E

  • EARTHWORK Machinery, American, 145, 168, 193, 216, 268, 278, 336, 363, 471
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS:
  • - Adamello Hydro-electric Plant, 293, 319, 349, 373, 401 (Two-page Supplement, October 4th, 1912)
  • - Biaschina Power Station, 10,000 H.P. High-pressure Turbines for, 482 (Two- page Supplement, November 8th, 1912)
  • - Cedegolo Power Station, 351
  • - Control Curves of Bergmann Single-phase Motor, 12
  • - Control Pillars, Motor, Vickers, Limited, 461
  • - Deptford Electricity Generating Station, 140
  • - Earthed versus Unearthed Neutrals on Alternating-current Systems, J. S. Peck, 607
  • - Furnace, High-pressure Electrical, J. H. Andrews, 424
  • - Generator, High-speed Electric, F. Creedy, 495, 500
  • - Generator, Unipolar, 2000-Kilowatt, B. S. Lamme, 75
  • - Induction Generators, H. M. Hobart and E. Knowlton, 288
  • - Levitating Transmitting Apparatus, E. Bachelet, 420, 421
  • - Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, H. A. Mavor, 312
  • - Middlesbrough, Britannia Works Generating Station, 21.8, 226
  • - Motor and Bogie for Single-phase Railway, 673, 674
  • - Motor and Control Equipment of Electrically Operated Valves, H. M. Gassman, 301, 504
  • - Railways—see Railways
  • - Roncaldier Clamps and Yokes for Terminals, 402
  • - Transformer, Motor and Connections for 20,000-Volt Locomotive, Siemens-Schuckert, 10
  • - Transformers for Induction Furnaces for Steel Refining, J. B. C. Kershaw, 643, 668
  • - Transformers, Reactance in, W. S. Moody, 686
  • EMBANKMENT for Stockport Water upply, 29, 31
  • Engine,
  • - Coke Fuel Gas, Anderston Foundry Company, 286
  • - Diesel, Langen and Wolf, 84, 85, 94
  • - 100 H.P. Experimental Coal, Dr. Low, 526'7 (Letter), 544
  • - Gas, Davey, Paxman, 620
  • - Horizontal Stumpf, Robey, 19
  • - Marine Oil Toussaint Tug-boat, Weser Aktien-Gessellschaft, of Bremen, 402
  • - Motor Inspection Car, Drewry Car Company, 91
  • - Oil Marine, 2500 I.H.P., Reiherstieg- Carels, 378
  • - Oil, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 620
  • - Semi-Diesel, Petter’s, 620
  • - Semi-Diesel, Robey and Co., 19
  • - Simple, Operating with Steam Less than that of Atmospheric Pressure, Professor R. C. Carpenter, 23
  • - Traversing Winding in Dolcoath Mine, 113
  • - Trevithick, 546, 552
  • - Tug-boat, Frerichs-Junker, 405
  • - 1100 B.H.P. Werkspoor-Diesel, for Motor Ship Juno, 514, 538 (Two- page Supplement, November 15th, 1912), (Two-page Supplement, November 22nd. 1912)
  • Engines,
  • - Diesel, of the Monte Penedo, 244
  • - Diesel, of the Motor Ship Rolandseck, Carols-Tecklenborg, 550
  • - Large Gas, New Type and Method of Construction, Alan E. L. Chorlton, 395
  • - Marine Diesel—see also Ships
  • - Motor Car, at Olympia. 489, 510. 541
  • - Oil, for a Hamburg-Amerika Liner, Junkers, 404
  • - 12,000 H.P. Rolling Mill, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Limited, 252. 260 ; (Correction), 290
  • - Vertical Paddle-boat, Krupp, 378
  • ENGINEERING and Machinery at Olympia — see Exhibition
  • Exact Determination of the Constants of Empirical Formulae, M. E. J. Gheury, 267
  • Excavator, Electrically Driven at Buenos Aires, 520, 525
  • Excavators—see Earthwork Machinery
  • Exhibition, Engineering and Machinery, at Olympia, 380, 409, 429, 458 (Twenty-page Supplement, November 13th, 1912)

F

  • FACTORY, A Modern, F. Southey, 328 ; (Letters), 397, 450
  • Feed-water Heater, Locomotive, G. and J. Weir, Limited, 654
  • Filing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Filters and Filter-house for Stockport Water Supply, 29, 40
  • Floating Dock, 32,000-Ton, for the Medway, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 72, 73
  • Floating Dock, 32,000-Ton, for Portsmouth, Cammell, Laird and Co., Limited, 204, 231
  • Flood Problem of Pittsburgh, K. C. Grant, 55, 82, 111
  • Footway Tunnel, Woolwich, 462
  • Forging Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Friction Clutch, Hans Renold, Limited, 459
  • Friction Drop Stamps, B. and S. Massey, 340
  • Furnace, High-pressure, J. H. Andrews, 424
  • Furnaces, Induction, for Steel Refining, J. B. C. Kershaw, 643, 668
  • Furnaces and Mills at Bethlehem Steel Works, 118, 222 (Two-page Supplement, August 2nd, 1912)

G

  • GAS Engine, Coke Fuel, Anderston Foundry Company, 286
  • Gas Engines, Large, New Type and Method of Construction, Alan E. L. Chorlton, 395
  • Gas Engines—see also Engines
  • Gas Producer for Wood Refuse, Davey, Paxman and Co., Limited, 250
  • Gas Turbine, Exhaust, Churchill-Shann, 206
  • Gauge, Mercurial Vacuum, Negretti and Zambra, 131
  • Gear Hobbers—see Machine Tools
  • Gears, Speed Increasing and Treble Helical. Power Plant Company, 382, 383
  • Generating Station—see Electrical Matters
  • Governor Gear, Crossley, 20
  • Governor, Improved Spring, Hartung, Kuhn and Co., 258
  • Graving and Ditching Machines, 168
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Guns, Gun-mounting and Gears at the Bethlehem Steel Company’s Works, 118, 122 (Two-page Supplement, August 2nd, 1912)

H

  • HAMMERS, Drop, for South America, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, Limited, 423
  • Hammers—see also Machine Tools
  • Hauling Gear, 100 H.P. Electrically Driven, Sandycroft, Limited, 630
  • Hob—see Machine Tools
  • Hoist, Stretcher Bar Air-driven, in Dolcoath Mine, Holman Brothers, 114
  • Horizontal Band Saw, J. Pickles and Son, 330
  • Hydraulic Riveting of Boiler Ends, Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 310
  • Hydraulic Valve, J. Jenkins and Son, 21
  • Hydro-aeroplane Launched from Catapult, Captain Chambers, 617, 628
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Adamello, 293, 319, 349, 373, 401 (Two-page Supplement, October 4th, 1912)

I

  • INDICATOR, Continuous Duplex, Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company, 382
  • Ingots, Method of Producing Sound, Sir R. Hadfield, 361, 445, 449, 633
  • Ingots, Steel, Revealing Segregation in, Sir R. Hadfield, 361, 368
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines

J

  • JUBILEE, Great Eastern Railway, 68

K

  • KASSABIEH, or Land Levelling Scoop, J. and H. MacLaren, 555

L

  • LAND Levelling Scoop, J. and H. McLaren, 555
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Lattice Girder Head Gear in Dolcoath Mine, 114
  • Link-Motion Bench, Stephenson, 81
  • Link-Motion, Straight, Bench, Allen, 81
  • Locomotive,
  • - Alternating-current and Direct current, 484
  • - Balanced Compound Express, Swiss Federal Railways, 233
  • - Benzine, Hauled up an Incline. 293 Eight-coupled Goods, East Indian Railways, 66, 74
  • - Engines, Back Pressure in, G. Hughes, 157
  • - Express Goods, Italian State Railways, 655 (Two-page Supple¬ment, December 20th, 1912)
  • - Feed-water Heater, G. and J. Weir, Limited, 654
  • Locomotive,
  • - Power on Narrow-gauge Railways, 680
  • - Road, Internal Combustion, John Fowler and Company, 36
  • - Single-phase, St. Clair Tunnel Railroad, 417
  • - Superheater, for the Oudh and Rohilkund Railway, 384
  • - and Tender for Chinese Government Railways, Kerr, Stuart and Co., 222, 223 (Two-page Supplement, August 30th, 1912)
  • - and Tender, 335-Ton Mallet, for the Virginian Railway, American Locomotive Company, 282 (Two-page Supplement, September 13th, 1912)
  • - in the Transvaal, First, 4
  • - Trevithick, and Mixed Train on the Cromford and High Peak Railway, 546, 552
  • - 20,000-Volt Single-phase, and Train, Siemens-Schuckert, 10
  • Locomotives,
  • - British, Mechanical Handling of Coal for, C. J. B. Cooke, 579
  • - Italian, 241
  • - "Mikado" Type, for the Erie Railroad 103
  • - for New South Wales Government Railways, Beyer, Peacock and Co., 498
  • - Shunting for the New York,, New Haven, and Hartford Single-phase Railway, 256, 275
  • - Single-phase, for the Bock Island and Southern and the Spokane and Inland Empire Railways, 482
  • - Single-phase, 10, 70, 88, 170, 196, 200, 256, 275, 323, 416, 482, 594
  • - South African, 3, 44; (Letter), 47
  • - Superheater, for Indian State Railways, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, 384, 386
  • - Superheater, for North Western Railway of India, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, 384, 386
  • Loom, Automatic, R. Hall and Sons, 330
  • Lubricator, Bosch Magneto Company, 127
  • Lubricator, Gas Engine, Vacuum Oil Company, 431, 432
  • Lubricator, Steam Engine, Vacuum Oil Company, 431, 432

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS:
  • - (For Machine Tools at Engineering and Machinery Exhibition see below)
  • - Drilling Machine, Universal Radial, J. Buckton and Co., 174, 176
  • - Grinding Machine with Dust Collector, Mitchell’s Emery Wheel Company, 287
  • - Hob and Gear, P. Ballard, 221
  • - Lathe, Electrically Driven Face, Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, 208
  • - Lathe, Marine Repair Shop, Loudon Brothers, 158, 159
  • - Milling Machine, Crank Shaft, Burmeister and Wain, 366
  • - Sawing Machines, Reciprocating Straight Blade, C. Wicksteed, 139
  • MACHINE TOOLS AT OLYMPIA EXHIBITION :
  • - Automatic Machine for Chuck Work, ‘‘Victor,” C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., (i, ii, and iii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Automatic Screw Machine, A. Herbert, Limited (ix and xi, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Bar Cutting-off Machine, Clifton and Baird (xix, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Bevel Gears, Andre Citroen, 459
  • - Boring Machine, Duplex, Geo. Richards and Co. (iv and v, Twenty-page Supplement October 13th, 1912)
  • - Boring and Turning Machine, Duplex, J. Butler and Co. (vii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Boring and Turning Mills, Duplex, Webster and Bennett (xviii and xix, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Chain-driven Side Planing Machine, Geo. Richards and Co. (v, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Cutter and Tool Grinder, Universal, A. Her¬bert, Limited (ix and x, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Cutting-off Machine, Charles Taylor, Limited, 458
  • - Die Casting Machine, C. Neat and Co., 429
  • - Drillers, Radial, Selson Engineering Company, Limited, 383 (xv, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Drilling Machine, High-speed, Jones and Shipman, Limited (xi, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Drilling Machine, Sensitive, F. Pollard and Co., Limited (xix, xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Drilling Machine, Sensitive Radial, J. Arch¬dale and Co., 412
  • - Drilling Machine, Universal Radial, C. W Burton, Griffiths and Co., 460
  • - Drilling Machines, Double-spindle and Girder Radial, and Vertical, W. Asquith, Limited (vi and xiii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Filing Machine, E. G. Herbert (vi, Twenty- page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Gear Hobber, Humpage, Thomson, and Hardy, 432
  • - Gear Hobber, Rhenania, C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., 460
  • - Gear Hobbing Machine, H. Wallwork and Co. (ix and x, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Grinding Machine, Cylindrical, Greenwood and Batley, Limited xii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Grinding Machine, Oscillating Tool, Lumsden Machine Company, Limited (ix, x, xi, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • Machine Tools (continued):
  • - Grinding Machine, Universal, C. Churchill and Co. (xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Hack Saw, F. G. Herbert (vi, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Hack Saw, Jones and Shipman, Limited (xi and xii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912).
  • - Hack Saw, Power-driven, Humpage, Thomson and Hardy, 432
  • - Hammer, 60 lb. Belt-driven Power, Judson- Jackson Company, 431
  • - Heading and Forging Machine, Samuel Platt, 431
  • - Jigs, Bevel Gear Testing, J. Parkinson and Son (xviii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Lathe,
  • - All-gear, Schaerer and Co., 430, 431
  • - for Bar Work, Perkin and Co., 384
  • - Capstan, J. Archdale and Co., 412
  • - Capstan, Colchester Lathe Company, 429
  • - High-speed, Selson Engineering Company, Limited (xiii and xiv, Twenty- page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Plain Chucking, H. W. Ward and Co., Limited, 411
  • - 18in., John Stirk and Sons, 380
  • - Lathes, Admiralty, Colonial, and Ring Turret, Drummond Brothers, 409
  • - Milling Machine, J. Archdale and Co. (xviii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Machine Experiments, P. V. Vernon, 574, 577
  • - Machine, Horizontal, A. Herbert, Limited (viii and x, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Machine, Horizontal, H. W. Ward and Co., 411
  • - Machine, Jones and Shipman, Limited (x, xi and xii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Machine, J. Parkinson and. Son (xvi and xvii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Nut Milling Machine, Samuel Platt, 431
  • - Nut Tapping Machine, C. Neat and Co., 429 430
  • - Planer with Electric Drive, C. Redman and Sons, 458
  • - Planing Machine, Bateman, Smith and Coventry, 380, 381 (xv, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Planing Machine, Sunderland Gear, J. Parkinson and Son (xvi and xvii, Twenty- page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Saw Sharpener, C. Neat and Co., 429, 430
  • - Screwing Machine, Joshua Heap and Co. (xix, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Screwing Machine, Kendall and Gent (xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Screwing Machine, Three-way, Samuel Platt, 431
  • - Shaping Machine, Pfeil and Co., 430
  • - Shaping Machines, Ormerod Brothers (vii and viii, Twenty-page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Shaping Machines, Selson Engineering Company, Limited (xiii, xiv and xv, Twenty- page Supplement, October 13th, 1912)
  • - Slotting Machine, with Vickers 20 H.P. Motor Drive, J. Buckton and Co., Limited, 602
  • - Straightening Machine, Angle Bar, 656
  • - Tooth Chamfering Machine, Reinecker, 430
  • MAPS:
  • - Belfast Harbour, 182
  • - Blankenese-Hamburg-Ohlsdorf Railway, 171
  • - Cromford and High Peak Railway, 552
  • - Derwent Valley Water Supplies to Derby and Leicester, 248
  • - Hoosac Tunnel, 323
  • - Isola and Lago d’Arno, 293
  • - Leicester—see Derwent Valley
  • - London and South-Western Suburban Lines, 629
  • - Northwich, Areas of Salt Subsidences, 614
  • - Pittsburgh Reservoirs and Drainage Areas, 112
  • - Pittsburgh and its Rivers, 55
  • - Scottish Water Power, 326
  • - Spiez-Frutigen Single-phase Railway, 672
  • - Sydney, Transit Facilities in, 659
  • MARINE Engines—see Engines
  • Marine Gas Plant, Dunlop Closed Circuit, 99
  • Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, H. A. Mavor, 312
  • Milk-cooling Apparatus, Douglas-Conroy, 582
  • Milling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Mines and Works in Cornwall, 96, 113, 143, 150, 166, 190
  • Modern Factory, F. Southey, 328 ; (Letters), 397, 450
  • Motor Car,
  • - Acceleration of, H. E. Wimperis, 338
  • - Chassis, Engine, Clutch, andc., at Olympia, Star Engineering Com-pany, Limited, 541, 542
  • - Engine, Chassis and Gear-box, Belsize Motors, Limited, 512
  • - Engine and Chassis at Olympia, Clement- Talbot, Limited, 542
  • - Four-cylinder Engine, Maudslay, 543
  • - Lighting Dynamo and Magneto, Simms Magneto Company, 511 ; (Correction), 540
  • - Petrol Valve and Filter, W. P. Nesbitt, 683
  • - Self - starter, The “Ever-ready,” Star Engineering Company, 511
  • - Show at Olympia, 489, 510, 541
  • - Six-cylinder Engine, Chassis and Details, Sheffield-Simplex, 511 (Two-page Supplement, November 15th, 1912)
  • Motor
  • - Coach and Connections, Siemens-Schuckert, 70
  • - Coaches for Single-phase Railways—see Railways, Single-phase
  • - Inspection Car for High Altitudes, Drewry Car Company, 91
  • - Notes, German, 378
  • - Self-starting Gear, Scott-Crossley, 511
  • - Train in South Africa, 44
  • - Vehicles, Design of, H. E. Wimperis, 509
  • Moulding Machine, Wilson and Mathiesons, 498

N

  • NITROGEN and Iron, J. H. Andrews, 424
  • Nut Milling and Tapping—see Machine Tools

O

  • OIL Engines—see Engines
  • Oil GasProducer, Southey, 460, 461

P

  • PELTON Wheel, 6500 H.P., and Generator at Isola, Escher, Wyss and Co., 349 (Two-page Supplement, October 4th, 1912)
  • Petrol Lorry, 3 to 4-Ton, Daimler Company, 18
  • Petrol Valve and Filter, W. P. Nesbitt, 683
  • Petrol Wagon, 3-Ton, Aveling and Porter, 19
  • Photostat Copying Apparatus, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 658
  • Pinions, Rolling Mill, Andre Citroen, 459
  • Planers—see Machine Tools
  • Plate Bending Rolls, Motor-driven, at Bethlehem Steel Works, 118
  • Plough, Grading or Earthwork, 147
  • Pontoon Bridge at Constantinople, 598, 605
  • Portrait, Dugald Drummond, 523
  • Portrait, Henry Lea, 92
  • Portrait, Duncan McNaught, 364
  • Portrait, Vaughan Pendred, 418
  • Presses for Gun Forgings at Bethlehem Steel Company’s Works, 118, 119, 122
  • Producer, Oil Gas, Southey, 460, 461
  • Pump, Counterbalanced Deep-well, C. Isler and Co., 660
  • Pump for Hot Liquids with Twells’ Valves, Royle’s, Limited, 283
  • Pump, Locomotive Feed, G. and J. Weir, 654
  • Pumping Engines of 1712, Newcomen, 486 ; (Letter), 544
  • Pumping Plant, Motor-driven, in Dolcoath Mine, 115
  • Pumps, High-lift Centrifugal, W. E. W. Millington, 464

Q

  • QUARRY—see China Clay

R

  • RADIOGRAPH, 167
  • Rail Motor Eagle, 69
  • Rail Situation in the United States, 391
  • Railway
  • - Accident, London and North-Western, at Ditton, 307
  • - Cromford and High Peak, 546, 552
  • - Extension, Central London, 129, 564; (Correction), 631
  • - Foucault Current, 414, 420
  • - Goods Wagon with Guard’s Compartment for Queensland Government Railways, 499
  • - Murnau-Oberammergau Single-phase, 618, 624
  • - Tunnel Electrification, Hoosac, Singlephase, 323
  • - Viaduct over the Little Salmon River, Canada, 327
  • - Viaducts, 85
  • - Workshops in South Africa, 44, 48
  • Railways,
  • - Italian, The Progress of, 241
  • - Single-phase, 10, 70, 88, 170, 196, 200, 256, 275, 323, 416, 482, 594, 618, 624, 640, 672
  • - South African, Rolling Stock Development on, 3, 44, 48 ; (Letter), 47
  • Refrigerating Machines, Vapour Compression, J. W. Anderson, 576, 581, 669
  • Repair Shop Lathe—see Machine Tools
  • Reservoir, Cedegolo Balancing, 351
  • Road Locomotive, Internal Combustion, John Fowler and Co., 36
  • Rock Drill, Air-driven, Holman Brothers, 114
  • Rock Drill Cards, 97
  • Rock Drill, New Air Hammer, Hardy Patent Pick Company, 156
  • Rock Drill Works, R. Stephens and Son, 191
  • Rolling Mill Engines, 12,000 H.P., Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Limited, 252, 260; (Correction), 290
  • Rolling Stock Development on South African Railways, 3, 44, 48
  • Ropeway—see Cable way
  • Rudder for the Allan Liner Calgarian, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 658

S

  • SALT Subsidences at Northwich, 614
  • Sand Blast Rolling Barrel, Peter Hooker, Limited, 180
  • Saw, Electrically Driven Horizontal Band, J. Pickles and Son, 330
  • Sawing, Planing and Jointing Machine, Box Board, J. B. Bolinders and Co., 308
  • Sawing Machines—see also Machine Tools
  • Scoop for Boby’s Water Softener, 458
  • Scoop, Land-levelling, J. and H. McLaren, 555
  • Scrapers, American Earthwork, Buck, Doan, Haslup, Maney, Royal, Tongue, Western, 145
  • Screwing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Segregation in Steel Ingots, New Method of Revealing, Sir R. Hadfield, 368
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Bradford, 484, 494
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Ilkeston, 354, 358
  • Sewage Distributor, Meehan and Sons, 64
  • Shaping Machines—see Machine Tools
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS
  • General:
  • - Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, H. A. Mavor, 312
  • - Strength of Ships, 6
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS (continued);
  • British Navy :
  • - Firedrake, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, Yarrow and Co., 129
  • - King George V., H.M. Dreadnought, 554
  • - Shark, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 501 ; (Correction), 528
  • Foreign Navies:
  • - French Destroyers Dague and Cimeterre, 181
  • - German Battle-cruiser Goeben, 249, 250
  • - Itallian Submersible Atropo, 49
  • Miscellaneous:
  • - Calgarian, Allan Liner, Rudder for, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 658
  • - Comte de Flandre, Shallow-draught Steamer. Yarrow and Co., 684, 685
  • - Dreadful, Sea-going Tug-boat, 310
  • - Eavestone, Single-screw Motor Ship, 433 (Two Two-page Supplements, October 25th, 1912)
  • - French Liner France, 7, 14
  • - Graeme Stewart, Electrically Driven Fire Float, 312
  • - Greenore, Cross-channel Passenger Steamer, Cammel, Laird and Co., Limited, 234 ; (Correction), 264
  • - Juno, Diesel Motor Ship, Nederlandsche Fabriek, 514, 538 (Two-page Supplement, November 15th, 1912), (Two-page Supplement, November 22nd, 1912)
  • - Jupiter, Propelling Plant of the, 312
  • - Monte Penedo, Motor Ship and Engines, Howaldtswerke Company, 230, 244
  • - Rolandseck, Diesel Motor Ship, J. C. Tecklen- borg A.G., 550, 616, 632 (Two-page Supplement, December 13th, 1912)
  • SHIPBUILDING and Engineering Works at St. Nazaire, 7, 14
  • Show, Motor Car, at Olympia, 489, 510, 541
  • Show, Royal Agricultural, at Doncaster, 18, 36
  • Show, Smithfield Club, 619
  • Single-phase Railways—see Railways
  • Slotting Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Sluice Gate at Lago d’Arno, 295
  • Smithy on the 32,000-Ton Floating Dock, 72
  • Stamps, Friction Drop, B. and S. Massey, 340
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steel, Blistered Sheet of, J. E. Stead, 518
  • Steel Ingots, New Method of Revealing Segregation in, Sir R. Hadfield, 361, 368
  • Steel Refining, Induction Furnaces for, J. B. C. Kershaw, 643, 668
  • Steel Works of the Bethlehem Company, 118, 122 (Two-page Supplement, August 2nd, 1912)
  • Stoker, Bennis Coking, 63
  • Straightening Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Stumpf Engines—see Engines
  • Submarine Vessels, Dock for Testing Strength of, Major Laurenti, 332, 337
  • Suction Hopper Dredger, Sea-going, Werf Gusto, 287
  • Sun Power Pumping Installation in Egypt, 393
  • Superheater Locomotives—see Locomotives
  • Superheaters, Two Types, T. Sugden, Limited, 683

T

  • TIMBER, Deckloads of, A. R. Liddell, 86
  • Torsion Meter, A Universal, Denny-Edgecombe, 98
  • Traction Engine, Oil, at Doncaster, Petters, 37
  • Tractor, Agricultural, Daimler, 18
  • Tractor, Light Steam Agricultural, Mann’s Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Company, Limited, 621
  • Tractor, Steam, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 621
  • Train, during the Accelerating and Retarding Periods, Professor Dalby on Characteristic Dynamical Diagrams, andc., 467, 469, 502, 529
  • Tramway in Dolcoath Mine, 114
  • Tramway Works at Buenos Aires, 520, 525
  • Tramways, Single-phase, in Parma, 640
  • Transit Facilities in Sydney, 659
  • Trenching and Ditching Machines, 268, 278, 336
  • Tunnel, Footway, Woolwich, 462
  • Tunnel, Hoosac, Single-phase Electrification, 323
  • Tunnel Memorials, 645
  • Turbine Compensating Governor Gear, Two Varieties, J. J. Armfield and Co., 432
  • Turbine, Curtis Steam, R. F. Halliwell, 655
  • Turbine, Exhaust Gas, Churchill-Shann, 206
  • Turbines, 10,000 H.P. High-pressure, Biaschina Power Station, 482 (Two-page Supplement, November 8th, 1912)

V

  • VACUUM Brake Ejector, Davies and Metcalfe, 102
  • Valve Gear Benches, Joy, Walschaerts, 82
  • Valve Gear, Florian Angele, 681
  • Valve Gear Diagrams and the Apparatus for Drawing them, Professor W. E. Dalby, 57, 81
  • Valve, Hydraulic, J. Jenkins and Son, 21
  • Valve, Twells’ Pump, 283
  • Valves, Electrically Operated, Motor and Control Equipment, H. M. Gassman, 301, 504
  • Valves, Sentinel Meter, with Manometer, Surplus Steam, and Steam Stop, Alley and Maclellan, 410, 411
  • Viaduct over the Little Salmon River, Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, 327
  • Viaducts, Railway, 85

W

  • WAGON, 3-Ton Petrol, Aveling and Porter, 19
  • Wagons, Electric Tip, A. Koppel, 525
  • Water Softener, Kennicott, 410
  • Water Softener Scoop, William Boby, 458
  • Water Supply, Bombay, 87
  • Waterworks, Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge and Dukinfield, 300, 302, 304
  • Waterworks, Derwent Valley, Leicester Supply, 59, 248, 646, 650 (Two-page Supplement, July 19th, 1912)
  • Waterworks for Stockport, 29, 40
  • Weir, Self-acting, and Flood Gate, H. Davey, 22
  • Wire Ropes for Lifting Appliances, andc., D. Adamson, 159
  • Wood Refuse Gas Producer, Davey, Paxman and Co., Limited, 250
  • Works of the Bethlehem Steel Company, 118 122 ; (Letter), 259 (Two-page Supplement, August 2nd, 1912)
  • Works, China Clay, in Cornwall, 143, 150
  • Works Extension at Woolwich, Siemens Brothers, 328
  • Works, Mines and, in Cornwall, 96, 113, 143, 150, 166, 190
  • Works, Park, Manchester, Mather and Platt, Limited, 466, 470
  • Works, Rock Drill, R. Stephens and Son, 191
  • Works, Shipbuilding and Engineering, at St. Nazaire, 7, 14
  • Workshops Extension in Manchester, Hulse and Co., Limited, 130
  • Workshops, Railway, in South Africa, 44, 48
  • Worm Gearing at Liverpool University, H. Wallwork and Co., 233

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