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

Note: This is a sub-section of The Engineer 1912 Jul-Dec: Index

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  • ACCELERATION’ of a Motor Car—see Vehicles
  • Acceleration o-f Trains—see Railways

ACCIDENTS:

  • Accidents in Power Houses, 306
  • American Railway Accidents, 417
  • American Railway Accidents under Signals, 290
  • Charlestown Curve Derailment, 173,
  • Clarence Colliery Disaster, 366
  • Ditton Railway Accident, 307, 678, 682 ; (Letters), 339, 422
  • Explosions of Carbonaceous Dust, 16
  • Loss of the Akron Dirigible, 16 ; (Letter), 90
  • Tank Engine Derailments, 230
  • Three Railway, 283, 438
  • Titanic, Report on the Loss of, 123, 124
  • Vauxhall Railway Accident, 283, 438
  • ACETYLENE Appliances at Olympia, 460
  • Adamello Hydro-electric Plant, 293, 319, 349, 373,401 {Two-page Supplement, OctAth, 1912)
  • Adamson, D., on Wire Ropes for Lifting Appliances, &c., 138, 158

AERONAUTICS:

  • Aerial Cableway, Lana-Vigiljoch, 605
  • Aerofoils, 590
  • Aeroplane, Catapult, Captain Chambers, 617, 628
  • Aeroplanes in Paris, 497, 516 ; (Letter), 544
  • Aviation Exhibition, South Kensington, 671
  • Aviation in the United States Navy, 617, 628
  • Efficiency of Aeroplanes, 279
  • Engines—see also Engines and Motors
  • Government Aeronautical Committee, Work of, 513, 536, 562, 590 ; (Letter), 631
  • Hydro-aeroplane Catapult, Captain Chambers 617, 628
  • Loss of the Akron Dirigible, 16 ; (Letter), 90
  • Military Aeroplane Competitions, 247, 254, 279
  • Paris, Aviation Motors in, Burlat, Clerget, Esselbe, Fatava, Laviator, Panhard, Salmson Engines, 497, 516
  • Royal Aircraft Factory Biplane BE2, 513, 536
  • AESTHETICISM, The New, Norman Davey, 29(>
  • Agricultural Implements at Doncaster Show, 18
  • Agricultural Machinery, Competition in, 388
  • Agricultural Machinery at Smithfield Show, 619
  • Air Compressors—see Compressors
  • Allotropy, Professor Carl Benedicks, 407, 423
  • Alloys, Copper, Tensile Tests, &c.. Professor A. K. Huntington, 354
  • Alloys, Copper-zinc, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter on, 353
  • Alternating Load Tests, B. P. Haigh, 298
  • Aluminium Alloys, Exposure Tests of Light, Professor E. Wilson, 298
  • American Earthwork Machinery, 145, 108, 193, 216, 268, 278, 336, 363, 471
  • Anderson, Professor, on Vapour Compression Refrigerating Machines, 57.6, 581, 669
  • Andrews, J. H., on Nitrogen and Iron, 407, 424
  • Angle Bar Straightening Machine, Scriven and Co., 656
  • Annealing of Coinage Alloys, T. K. Rose, 353
  • Apprentices and the Insurance Act, 202
  • Apprentices and Strike Benefit, 151
  • Apprentices, Unindentured, 495
  • Apprenticeship Question, 613, 639, 665
  • Ashton-under-Lyne—see Water Supply

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS, AND SOCIETIES.

  • Association, The British:
  • Alternating Load Tests, B. P. Haigh, 298
  • Antarctic Discovery, 326
  • Behaviour of Ductile Material during Torsional Straining, C. E. Larard, 299
  • Belmullet Whaling Station, 326
  • British Association : Its Present, Past and Future, by a Lay Member, 165
  • Buried River Channels, Rev. A. Irving and N. A. Cadell, 325
  • Caloric Theory of Heat, Professor Callendar, 284
  • Coal and Oil, Comparative Statistics of World’s Output and Requirements for Marine Purposes, Dugald Clerk on, 298
  • Country North of Lake Albert, 326
  • Curricula and Educational Organisation of Industrial and Poor Law Schools, 326
  • Dovv-ponds and Mist-ponds, E. A. Martin, 32G
  • Diffusion in Solids, Dr. Desch, 325
  • Economic Aspect of Scottish AVatcr Power, A. Newlands, 32G
  • Engineering and the Amenities, Presidential Address, Professor A. Barr, 26.1
  • Experimental Determination of the Stresses in Springs and other Bodies by Optical and Electrical Methods, Professor E. O. Coker, 298
  • Experiments on the Weathering of Portland Stone, Dr. J. S. Owens, 299
  • Exposure Tests of Light Aluminium Alloys, Professor Ernest Wilson, 298
  • Falmouth Observatory, 325
  • Federal Government, Right Hon. H. Samuel, 32G
  • Fery Bomb Calorimeter, R. S. AAdiipple, 298
  • Fluctuations of Signals and Strays in Wireless Telegraphy, Dr. W. H. Eccles, 325
  • Gas Turbine, Dugald Clerk on, 297
  • Gaseous Explosions Committee’s Report, Dugald Clerk, 270
  • Handwriting, Movements in, R. R. Rusk, 32G
  • Hysteresis Loss in Iron due to a Combined Pulsating and Rotating Magnetic Field, T. F. Wall, 298
  • Ignition of Gaseous Mixtures by Momentary Electric Arcs, Professor W. M. Thornton, 271
  • Impedance of Telephone Affected by the Motion of their phragms. Professor A. E. Kennelly and Mr. C. W. Pierce, 272
  • International Map of the World, 32G .
  • Investigations of the Lepper Atmosphere, 325
  • Lord Kelvin Memorial, 298
  • Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, H. A. Mavor, 312
  • Meeting at Dundee, 1G5, 2G], 2G9, 284, 312, 313 325
  • Menai Strait, E, Greenly, 325
  • Mental and Physical Factors Involved in Education, 32G
  • Nation’s Food Supply, 32G
  • Origin of Kopjes and Inselberge, Dr. J. 1). Falconer, 325
  • Overlapping between Secondary Education and that of Universities, &c.. 326
  • Physiology, Dr. L. Hill, 326
  • Practical Standards for Electrical Measurements, 325
  • Problems in Wireless Telegrapliy, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 271
  • Production of Electric Oscillations by Spark Gaps Immersed in Running Liquids, Dr. W. H. Eccles and A. J. Makower, 272
  • Relation of Mind to Body, 326
  • Rescue Apparatus for Coal Mines, F. Reid, 299
  • Seismological Investigation Report, 325
  • Settlement and Transport of Sand in Water. Dr. J. S. Owens, 325
  • Sight Tests, Report of the Departments Committee 326
  • Suction between Vessels, Professor A. H. Gibson and J. H. Thompson, 298, 313
  • Tabulation of Bessel and other Functions, 325
  • The Road Problem, Sir J. Macdonald, 327
  • Visit to Dundee Electricity Supply, 299
  • Association, The British Engineers’:
  • Inaugural Dinner, 604
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Air Compressors, G. Barr, 514
  • Curtis Steam Turbine, R. F. Halliwell, 655
  • Diesel Engine Development, Presidential Address, C. Day, 570
  • High Lift Centrifugal Pumps, W. E. W. Millington, 464
  • Visit to British Thomson-Houston Company Works at Rugby, 47
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Allotropy, Professor Carl Benedicks, 407, 423
  • Autumn Meeting, 210, 361, 389, 406, 443
  • Bessemer Medal Awarded to J. H» Darby, 361
  • Crigglestone Collieries, 440, 443
  • Leeds University Honorary Degrees, 407
  • Manufacture of Open-hearth Steel, with Reference to Improvement in Yield, F. W. Paul, 389
  • Method for Improvement of the Soundness of Steel Ingots by the Aid of Thermit, Dr. Hans Goldschmidt, 361
  • Method of Producing Sound ingots. Sir R. Hadfield, 361, 446, 449
  • Method of Revealing Segregation in Steel ingots. Sir R. Hadfield, 361, 368
  • New Type and Method of Construction of Large Gas Engines, x41an E. L. Chorlton, 394, 406
  • Nitrogen and Iron, J. H. Andrews, 407, 424
  • Rolling Mill Practice in the United States, Dr. J. Puppe, 390
  • Some Aspects of AVire Drawing, Percy Long- muir, 407
  • Steel Work Yield, Robinson, 389
  • Thermal-magnetic
  • per cent. Nickel and S. Hilpert, 407, 424
  • Visits, 440, 443
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Annealing of Coinage Alloys, T, K. Rose, 363
  • Autogenous Welding, F. Carnevali, 377
  • Autumn Meeting, 262, 353, 376
  • Effect of other Metals on the Structure of the 5 Constituent in Copper-zinc Alloys, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 353
  • Effect of Temperatures Higher than Atmosphere on Tensile Tests of Copper and its Alloys, &c., Professor A. K. Huntington, 354
  • Influence of Impurities on “ Tough Pitch ” Copper, F. Johnson, 376
  • Influence of Oxygen on the Properties of Metals and Alloys, E. F. Law, 377
  • Inter-crystalline Cohesion in Metals, Dr. AA’. Rosenhain and Mr. D. Ewen, 354
  • Joining of Metals, A. E. Tucker, 377
  • Nomenclature Committee, Representative Members, 604
  • Oxygen in Brass, Professor T. Turner, 377
  • Progress of Corrosion Research, Dr. G. D. Bengough’s Report, 604
  • Structural Resolution of the Pure Copperzinc fl Constituents into a 7, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 353
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Construction of the New Dock at Methil, B. Hall Blyth, 556
  • Generation and Distribution of Producer Gas in South Staffordshire, H. A. Humphrey, 633
  • October Examinations, 1912, Pass List, 556 Opening of Session, Presidential Address, R. Elliott-Cooper, 487
  • Port Talbot Docks and Railways during the Last Decade, W. Cleaver, 556
  • Vibration of Rifle Barrels, E. Carnegie, 607
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Earthed versus Unearthed Neutrals, J. S. Peck, 607
  • Presidential Address, AV. Duddell, 544
  • Research AA’ork Committee’s Report, 645
  • MANCHESTER
  • High-speed 495, 500
  • Institution
  • Belfast Meeting, 1912, 50, 116, 126, 138
  • Characteristic Dynamical Diagrams for the Motion of a Train during the Accelerating and Retarding Periods, Professor W. E. Dalby, 467, 469, 502, 529
  • Commercial Utilisation of Peat for Power Purposes, H. V. Pegg, 132, 140
  • Contribution to the Theory of Refrigerating Machines, Dr. Grindley, 576, {>69
  • Evolution of the Flax Spinning Spindle, J. Horner, 126
  • Reciprocating Straight Blade Sawing Machines, C. Wicksteed, 139
  • Rolling Stock in Use on the Principal Irish Narrow-gauge Railways, R. M. Livesey, 126, 131
  • The New Graving Dock, Belfast, Mechanical Plant and General Appliances, W. R. Kelly, 126, 182 {Two-page Supplement, August 1912)
  • Theory and Experiment in the Flow of Steam through Nozzles, Professor J. B. Henderson, 469
  • Vapour Compression Refrigerating Machines, Professor Anderson, 576, 581, 669
  • Visits to Belfast Works, 116, 147
  • Wire Ropes for Lifting Appliances and some conditions that ~
  • Adamson, 138,
  • Institution of Naval Architects, German
  • Autumn Meeting,
  • Early Development of the Diesel Engine, Dr. Diesel, 568
  • Internal Stresses, especially Tensile, &c.. Professor E. Heyn, 569
  • Motive Media of the Diesel Motor, with Special Regard to Ocean Navigation, Dr. Aufhauser, 568
  • Problem of Surface Resistance, Professor Dr. Ginnbel. 569
  • Reorganisation of Harbour Dues and Measurement for 'Tonnage, Oberlehrcr H. Hemer, 593
  • Stresses in the Longitudinal Structure of Steel Merchant Vessels,' Professor Otto Lienau, 592
  • I'nsinkability of Modern Shii)s, Professor O. Flamm, 592
  • Institution, Royal, of Great Britain :
  • Programme of Lectures, 63-1
  • Institution of Water Engineers:
  • >Se/f-poHution of Water by Natural Growths. J. H. Garrett, 49
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Test Deflections in Reinforced Concrete, P. J. AValdram, 608
  • Society, Royal Meteorologiea!.
  • Unprecedented Rainfall in East Anglia on
  • August 2Gth last, Ur. H. R. Mill, 582
  • ASSUAN Dam, 671
  • Aufhauser, Dr., on The Motive Media of the Diesel Motor, 568
  • Automatic Box Board Machine, J. G. Bolinders and Co., 308 , .
  • Automatic Loom, R. Hall and Sons, Limited, 330
  • Automatic Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Automobiles—see Motor Vehicles
  • Auxiliary for Submarine Service, Major Laurenti, 332, 337
  • Available Heat Drop, E. Buckingham, 154; (Letter), 184
  • Aviation in the United States Navy, 017, 028
  • BACK Pressure in Locomotive Engines see Railway Locomotives
  • Bad Tools Make Good Workmen, 674
  • Ball Bearings, Skefko Ball Bearing Company, r 459
  • Ball Jumping and Ball Sorting Machines, D.W.E. Company, 543
  • Ballard, P., on The Hob and the Gear, 221 Barber, Percy S., on Raw Materials of
  • Portland Cement Industry, 481, 635 Baro-Vacuum Gauge, Negretti and Zambra, Barr, G., on Air Compressors, 514 Barr, Professor A., on Engineering and
  • Amenities, 253, 261 Beauty and the Engineer, 253, 261 Behaviour of Ductile Material During Torsional Straining, C. E. Larard, 299
  • Belfast—see Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Visit .
  • Benches, Straight-link Motion, Allen ; Link- Motion, Stephenson ; Joy Valve Gear ; Walschaert’s Valve Gear, 81
  • Benedicks, Professor Carl, on Allotropy, 407, 423
  • Bennis Coking Stoker, 63
  • Bethlehem Steel Company—see Works
  • Biaschina Power Station — see Electrical Matters
  • Bicentenary of the Steam Engine, Newcomen Pumping Engine of 1712, 485; (Letters), 644, 570, 667, 686
  • Blower, The Eisermann-Lehne. 682
  • Blyth, B. H., on Construction of New Dock at Methil, 656
  • Boilermakers—see Labour

BOILERS:

  • Auxiliary Units Between Exhaust Pipe and Boiler, W. Weir, 553
  • Boiler and the Yard Dinkey ” for Virgiiuaii Railway Mallet Locomotive, 282
  • Circulator for Steam Boilers, A. Rose, Hotchkiss and Co., Limited, 458
  • Corrosion of Boilers, 467
  • Feed-water Heater, Locomotive, G. and J. Weir, Limited, 654
  • Government Inspection of Locomotive Boilers, 527
  • Hydraulic Riveting of Boiler Ends, Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Comjiany, 310 ,
  • Royal Liver Buildings, Liverpool, Boilerhouse Plant, 63
  • Sugden’s Two Types of Superheaters, ()83
  • Surface Combustion Boiler, Bone and McCourt, 411
  • Testing Plant ResnZes and the Locomotive Boiler, L. H. Fry, 189 ; (Letter), 259
  • BOOKS, Two Commemorative, 685
  • Box Board Machine, Automatic, J. G. Bolmdcrs and Co., 308
  • Bradford Sewage Disposal Works, 484, 494

BRIDGES:

  • Concrete v. Brick and Steel lor Bridges, 155 ; (Letters), 184. 259, 311
  • Constantinople, New Pontoon Bridge at, o98, 605
  • Lambeth Bridge. 35
  • Quebec Bridge, South Mam Pier of, 666, 676 Sara Ghat, Lower Ganges, Bridge for Eastern Bengal State Railway, 90
  • Vertical Lift Draw-bridges, 518
  • BRIQUETTES—see Fuel .
  • Brown, Sir Hanbury, on Land Values in Egypt, 456, 468, 573
  • Brown, S. G., on Methods of Magnifying Feeble Signalling Currents. 674
  • Buckingham, E., on Available Heat Drop, lo4 ; (Letter), 184
  • Buenos Aires, Tramway Works at, 520, 525
  • CABLE Tramways, Tearing up. 290
  • Cableway, Aerial, Lana-Vigiljoch, 605 Cableways at Adamello, 321
  • Calcutta-Howrah Floating Bridge, Sir Bradford Leslie’s and Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company’s Designs, 272
  • Callendar, Professor, on Ihe Caloric I heory of Heat, 279, 284
  • Caloric Theory of Heat, Professor Callendar, 279 284
  • Calorimeter, Fery Bomb, R. S. Whipple, 298 Cams for Automatic Screw Machines, 286 Canal, Panama, Percy F. Martin, o61, 672 688 {Tum-page Supplement, December hth, 1912)
  • Canal Proposed Rhine-North Sea Ship, 614 Carburetter, The Davis Paraffin, 36
  • Carnegie, F., on Vibration of Rifle Barrels. 60/ (’arnevali, F., on Autogenous Welding, 377 Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., on FnecJ of other Metals on the Structure of the 0 Constituent in Copper-Zinc Alloys, 353
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., on Structural Resolution of the Pure Copper-Zinc 0 Constituents into a -1- 7, 353 c
  • Carpenter, Professor R. C., Investigation of Simple Engine Working with Steam Less than that of Atmospheric Pressure, -2
  • Catalogues, 26, 54, 78, 104, 162 184, 212, 237, 262, 316, 452, 476, 507, 530, 610, 662
  • Catapult, Hydro-aeroplane—see Aeronautics Cedegolo Power Station—see Adamello Cellai’ Drainer, Automatic, Willcox-Penberthy, 205
  • Cement Industry, Portland, Raw tlie, Percy S. Barber, 481
  • Centrifugal Pumps—see Pumps Chains, Driving, at Olympia,
  • Coventry Chain Company, Brothers, 469
  • Chambers, Captain, and Aviation in the United States Navy, 617, 628
  • China Clay Quarries and Works in Cornwall, 143, 150
  • China, Engineers and, 521 ; (Letter), 628
  • Chorlton, Alan E. L., on New Type and Method of Construction of Large Gas Engines, 394, 406 ; (Letters), 422
  • Citroen Gears, Large Sizes, 459
  • Cleaver, W., on Port Talbot Docks and Railways During the Last Decade 656
  • Clerk Dugald, on The Gas Turbine, 297
  • Clerk, Dugald, Gaseous Explosions Committee’s Report, 270
  • ‘‘ Closed Circuit ” Air Transmission for a Gas- engined Vessel, 99
  • Clutches, Metal-to-metal Friction, Saver Clutch Company, Limited, 458
  • Clyde Conservancy Board, 625
  • Clyde Improvements, 699
  • Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships

COAL, COKB, AND COLLIERIES:

  • Clarence Colliery Disaster, 366
  • Coal, 356
  • Coal Handling Plant at Crewe, C. J. B. Cooke, 679
  • Coal and Oil, Comparative Statistics of World’s Output and Requirements for Marine Purposes, Dugald Clerk, 298
  • Crigglestone Collieries, Otto Coke Ovens and By-product Plant at, 440, 443
  • Deterioration and Spontaneous Heating of Coal in Storage, H. G. Porter and F. K Ovitz, 209
  • Increased Average Output of Coal, 280
  • Low Coal Engine, 100 H P., 526 ; (Letter), 544
  • Miners’ Wages and Hours—see Labour Rescue Apparatus for Coal Mines, F. Reid, 299
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, 35 Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mines, 42
  • COGGING Mill, Reversing, Electrically Driven, at Dorman, Long and Co.’s Works, British Thomson-Houston Company, 492
  • Coke Suction Producer and Gas Engine, Ander- ston Foundry Company, Limited, 286
  • Coker, Professor E. G., on Experimental Determination of the Stresses in Spring and other Bodies, &c., 298
  • Collieries—see Coal
  • Colver-Glauert, E., and S. Hilpcrt, on Thermal- magnetic Transformations of 25 per cent. Nickel Steel, 407, 424
  • Commemorative Books, Two, 686
  • Commercial Utilisation of Peat for Power Purposes, H. V. Pegg, 132, 140
  • Commission on Oil Engines for the Navy, 95
  • Competition in Agricultural Machinery, 388
  • Competition in Shipbuilding, 622
  • Compressors, Air, G. Barr, at Manchester Association of Engineers, 514
  • Compressors, Air, Broom and Wade, Limited, 459
  • Compressors, Air, for Diesel Motor Ship Rolandseck, Reavell and Co., Limited, 650, 632 {Two-page Supplement, December V3ih, 1912)
  • Compressors, Koster Air, W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 458
  • Concrete v. Brick and Steel for Bridges, 156 ; (Letters), 184, 259, 311
  • Concrete, Test Deflections in, P. J. AValdram, 608
  • Condenser, Theory of the, D. B. Morison, 653
  • Contracts, 53, 78, 107, 134, 162, 186, 212, 236, 265, 291, 316, 400, 426, 453, 480, 530, 637, 636
  • Control Pillars—see Electrical Matters
  • Cooke, C. J. B., on The Mechanical Handling of Goal for British Locomotives, 579
  • Copper and its Alloys, Tensile Tests, &c., Professor A. K. Huntington, 354
  • Copper, Tin, and Spelter, Forward Movement in, 283
  • Copper, ‘‘ Tough Pitch,” Influence of Impurities on, F. Johnson, 376
  • Copper-Sulphate, The Use of, in Purifying Water Supplies, G. Embrey, 50
  • Copper-zinc Alloys, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter on, 353
  • Cornwall—see Mines
  • Corrosion. 467
  • Corrugated Ship, Captain Macllwaine, 408
  • Couplings, Flexible and Heavy Duty, Power Plant Company, 383
  • Crane, 120-Ton Electric Travelling, J. Adamson and Co., 231
  • Crane, Self-propelled Steam Breakdown, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 632
  • Greedy, F., on A New High-speed Electric Generator, 495, 500
  • Crigglestone—see Coal and Collieries
  • Crude” Oil, 469
  • Cutting Machines—see Machine Tools
  • DALBY, Professor W. E., on Characteristic Dynamical Diagrams for the Motion of a Train, &c., 4G7, 469, 502, 529
  • Dalby, Professor W. E., on Valve Gear Diagrams and the Apparatus for Drawing them, 67, 81
  • Dam, Assuan, 671
  • Dam, Tansa, for Bombay Water Supply, 87
  • Dams, Derwent and Howden, Derwent Valley Waterworks, 69 {Two-page Supplement, July 1912)
  • Davey, Norman, on The New ^Estheticism, 296 Day, C , on Diesel Engine Development, 570 Deekloads of Timber, A. B. Liddell, 86 Demurrage Charges, 622
  • Deptford Generating Station—see Electrical Matters
  • Derwent Valley—-see Water Supply
  • Deterioration of Coal—sec Coal
  • Diesel, Dr., on The Early Development of the Diesel Engine, 668
  • Diesel Engines—sec Engines, Internal Combustion
  • Dock, Belfast New Graving; Mechanical Plant and General Appliances, W. K. Kelly, 12G, 182 {Two-page Supplement, August lO/A, 1912)
  • Dock, 32,000-Ton Floating, for Portsmouth, Cammell, Laird and Co., Limited, 204, 231
  • Dock, Floating, for Southern Nigeria, Swan, Hunter and Wighain Richardson, 208
  • Dock, Gladstone, Liverpool, 581
  • Dock, Lake Dry, A Large, 247
  • Dock at Methil, Construction, B. H. Blyth, 566
  • Dock, The New York Dry, 269
  • Dock for Testing the Strength of Submarine Vessels, Major Laurenti, 332, 337
  • Docks, Leith, Scheme for Extension, 422
  • Docks and Railways, Port Talbot, W. Cleaver, 566

DOCKYARD NOTES:

  • Adventurer Class Scouts, New Armament, 174
  • Argentina to Build Third Dreadnought, 464, 630
  • Armament of Various Navies, Reversion to the Gin, Gun, 130
  • Austrian 1000-Ton Turbine-driven Mme Layer, 570
  • Austrian Viribus Unitis, Speed and Draught, 464, 630
  • Battleships. Four New, Named Barham, Queen Elizabeth, Valiant, and Warspite, ()30
  • Brazilian Battleship Armament, 12
  • Brazilian Battleships’ Extensive Overhaul, 2G0 -
  • Brazilian Monitors Javary, Madeira, and Solimoes, under Construction in the United Kingdom, 260
  • British Coast Fortification Armament, 570
  • Changed Nationalities of Various Warships, 464 . , 1
  • Chilian Battleship Orders for Elswick and Clydebank, 2()0
  • Coaling Records in Germany, 12
  • Coaling Speed of the Second Squadron, G30 Destroyers’ Depot Ship at Alexandria, 464 Dreadnought Launches, British and Foreign, 260
  • Dutch Torpedo Boats and Motor Gimboats, Names, 629
  • Encounter, H.M. Protected Cruiser, Lent to Australia as Training Ship, 464
  • French Ships and Four-gun Turrets, 130
  • German Battle-cruiser Ersatz Kaiseiin xlugusta, 12
  • German Battleships Delayed by Strikes, 5 / 0
  • German Battleships Helgoland, Ostfriesland, and Thuringen, Speeds and Powers, 260
  • German Battleships Kaiser, Kaiserin, and Friedrich der Grosse, 260
  • German Cruisers Struck off Effective List,
  • German Naval Dirigible Carrying 14 Men, 464
  • German Navy to Adopt Long Range Firing for Battle Practice, 464
  • German Protected Cruiser Magdeburg, Speed Trials, 464
  • German Speed Trials of the Breslau, Goeben, Kaiser, and Oldenburg, 670
  • Greek Armoured Cruiser to be Built in Germany, 174
  • Italian Dreadnought Dante Aligliieri, 629
  • Italian Dreadnoughts Diuho and Andrea Doria, 130, 629
  • Italian Programme Delayed, 629 .
  • Japan Abandons Attempt to Salve Admiral Togo’s Ship, 464
  • Japanese Battleship Kongo 14in. Gun, 12
  • Japanese Cruiser Nisshin, Explosion, 630
  • Japanese Destroyers Umikase and Yamakase, Trial Results, 260
  • Japanese Naval Orders in England and France, 630
  • Japanese Ships, Increased Use of Home Material in Building, 174
  • Norwegian Naval Additions, Foreign Contracts, 174 , _ . ,
  • Oil Carrier, 8000 Tons, Driven by Internal Combustion Engines, 464
  • Oil Carriers, Size and Building Orders, 174
  • Oil Fuel Commission, 130
  • Peru Purchases French Destroyer Actee and Renames Her Teniente Rodriguez, 629
  • Peru’s Purchase of Old French Cruiser, 12,
  • Revel, New Private Shipyard at, 629
  • Russian Armoured Cruisers and Armament, 260
  • Russian Battleships Alexander HI., Catherine II., and Empress Maria and Armament, 260
  • Russian Destroyer Norik, Dimensions and Trial Results, 260
  • Russian Naval Improvements, 174
  • Russian Naval Programme, 629 Torpedo-boat Destroyers Scrapped, 12 United States Armour Plat^ Trials^ 630 United States Battleship ,
  • and Engines, 12. 629
  • United States Contract jectiles, 630
  • United States 14in. Gun
  • United States Navy and United States 1040-Ton Destroyers. Names and Armament, 12, 623 United States Vessels under Construction,
  • Progress, Percentages of Completion, 629 United States Warship Wyoming, 130, 629 Venezuela Purchases Maresa Sucre Gunboat from the United States, 464
  • Yachts for Commaudors-in-Chief, Suppression on the Score of Expense, 12
  • DRAWBRIDGES, Vertical Lift, 618
  • Dredger, Sea-going Suction Hopper, Werl Gusto, 287
  • Drills, Agricultural, at Doncaster Show, 18 Drills—see also Rock Drills and Machine Tools Driving of Textile Mills, 309
  • Drop Hammers, Battery of Motor-driven, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 423
  • Dundee Electricity Supply, 299
  • Dunlop Closed Circuit Marine Gas Plant, 99 Dust Collecting Device for Grinding Machnies, Mitchell’s Emery W’heel Company, 28/
  • Dyson, Captain C. W., U.S.N., on Screw Propeller Design, 215; (Tetter), 3U
  • EARTHWORK Machinery, American, 145,168, 193, 216, 268, 278, 336, 363, 471
  • Eccles, Dr. W. H., and A. J. Makower, on
  • Production of Electric Oscillations by Spark Gaps Immersed in Ruiming Liquids, 272
  • Economic Aspect of Scottish Water Power, A.
  • Newlands, 326 ; (Letters), 397, 422 Educational Intelligence, 314, 339, 365, 427 Egypt and the Engineer, 468
  • Egypt, Land Values in. Sir Haiibury Brown, 456, 468, 673
  • Egypt, Sun-power Pumping Installation in, 393
  • Eisermann-Lehne Blower, 682

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Accidents in Power-houses, 306
  • Adamello Hydro-electric Plant, 293, 319, 349, 373, 401 {Two-page Supplement, October 4:lh, 1912)
  • Biaschina Power Station, 10,000 H.P. High- pressure Turbines, 482 {Two-page Supplement, November Sth, 1912)
  • Britannia Works, Middlesbrough, Generating Station, 218, 226
  • Cedegolo Power Station, 351, 373, 401
  • Commercial Utilisation of Peat for Power Purposes, H. V. Pegg, 132
  • Compulsory Purchase of Electric Jjighting Undertakings, 677
  • Control Pillars, Vickers’ Patent Revf.sing Type, 461
  • Deptford Generating Station, 140
  • Dundee Electricity Supply, 299
  • Earthed versus Unearthed Neutrals, J. S. Peck, 607
  • Electric Lighting Provisional Orders, 68
  • Electric Mining Locomotives, A. H. Marshall, 35
  • Electricity from Peat and Lignite, 20
  • Electricity in the Stone Industries, 360
  • “ Fabriol ” Pinions, Silent, British Thomson- Houston Company, 462
  • Finance of Electrical Manufacturing, 442
  • Generation of Electrical Energy, 415
  • Generator, Unipolar, 2000-Kilowatt, B. S. Lamme, 75
  • Governor Gears for Generating Sets, Two Varieties, J. J. Armfield and Co., 432
  • Hauling Gear, 100 H.P. Electrically Driven, Sandycroft Limited, 630
  • High-pressure Electrical Furnace, J. H. Andrews, 424
  • High-speed Electric Generator, F. Creedy, 495, 500
  • Induction Furnaces for Steel Refining, J. B. C. Kershaw, 643, 668
  • Induction Generators, H. M. Hobart and E. Knowlton, 288
  • Lighting Dynamo and Magneto for Motor Cars, Simms Magneto Company, 510 ; (Correction), 540
  • Magnifying Feeble Signalling Currents, S. G. Brown, 674
  • Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, H. A. Mavor, 312
  • Motor and Control Equipment of Electrically Operated Valves, H. M. 301, 504
  • Practical Standards for Electrical ments, 325
  • Production of Electric Oscillations by Spark Gaps Immersed in Running Liquids, Dr. W. H. Eccles and A. J. Makower, 272
  • Pyrometers, Thermo-couples, and other
  • Appliances at Olympia, Robert Paul, 462 Railways and Railway Plant—see Railways Reactance in Transformers, W. S. Moody, 686 Roncaldier Terminals, 402
  • Smoke Precipitation by Electricity, 340
  • Spanish Hydro-electric Power Undertaking, 384
  • Tabulation of Bessel and other Functions, 325
  • Thawing by Electricity, 234
  • Transmission, Electrical, for Diesel-engined Ship, 233
  • Water Turbine Generating Set, J. J. Arm- fiekl and Co., 432
  • EMBANKMENT for Stockport Water Supply, 29
  • Embrey, G., on the Use of Copper Sulphate in Purifying Water Supplies, 50
  • Empirical Formulae, The Exact Determination of the Constants of, M. E. J. Gheury, 267 ; (Letters), 528

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • Aviation Motors in Paris, Buriat, Clerget, Essell)e, Fatava, Laviator, Panhard, Samson, 497, 516 ; (Letter), 544
  • “ Closed Circuit ” Air Transmission for a Gas-engined Vessel, 99
  • Coke Fuel Gas Engine, Anderston Foundry Company, Limited, 286
  • Commission on Oil Engines for the Navy, 95
  • Crude Oil Engine, 20 H.P. Complete Combustion, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 620
  • Diesel Engine Development, C. Day, 570
  • Diesel Engine, 800 H.P., of the Single-screw Motor Ship Eavestone, 433 {Two-page Supplement, October ‘ibih, 1912)
  • Diesel Engines for the Monte Penedo, Sulzer Bros., 230, 244
  • Diesel Engines of the Motor Ship Rolandseck, Carels-Tecklenborg, 550, 632 {Two-page Supplement, December l‘3th, 1912)
  • Early Development of the Diesel Engine, Dr. Diesel, 568
  • Frerichs-Junkers’ 150 H.P. Engine for a Tugboat, 405
  • Gas Engine, Davey, Paxman and Co., 620
  • Gas Engine with Stauffer Lubricator and Suction Gas Plant, Davey, Paxman and Co., 20
  • Gas Engines, Large, New Type and Method of Construction, Alan E. L. Chorlton, 394, 406 ; (Letter), 422
  • Gas, Oil, and Petrol Engines at Doncaster, 20 German Motor Notes, 378, 387, 402
  • Governor Gear for Semi-Diesel Horizontal Engine, Crossley Brothers, 20
  • Junkers Marine Oil Engines for a Hamburg- American Liner, 404
  • Langen and Wolf Diesel Engine, 84, 85, 94
  • Low Coal Engine, 100 H.P., 526 ; (Letter), 544
  • Motive Media of the Diesel Motor, with Special Regard to Ocean Navigation, Dr. Aufhauser, 568
  • Motor Car Engines at Olympia, 489, 510, 541 Oil Engines at Doncaster, E. R. and F. Turner, 37
  • Oil Engines at Smithfield, Portable and Stationary, E. R. and F. Turner, 620
  • Oil and Gas Engines at Smithfield Sliow, 619
  • Oil Marine Engine, 2500 I.H.P., Reiherstieg- Carels, 378
  • Practical Considerations for Diesel Engine Users, 599
  • Railway Traction and the Explosion Engine, 178
  • Semi-Diesel Crude Oil Engine, Westinghouse Brake Company, 469
  • Semi-Diesel Engine, Petter, 619
  • Semi-Diesel Oil Engine, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited, 621
  • Semi-Diesel Two-Cycle Vertical
  • Robey, 19
  • Tai’ Oils for Diesel Engine, 441 ; 501, 657
  • Three-cylinder Double-acting Blohm and Voss, 379
  • Toussaint Marine Oil Tug-boat Engine, Weser Aktien-Gesellschaft, 402
  • Vertical Paddle-boat Engines, Fried. Krupp, 379
  • Werkspoor-Diesel Engine, 1100 B.H.P., ot the Motor Ship Juno, Nederlandsche Fabriek, 5').4:[Two-pageSupplcment, November 16tZi, 1912), [Two-page Supplement, November 22nd, 1912)

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines:

  • Bicentenary of the Steam Engine, Newcomen Engine, 485
  • Horizontal Stumpf Engine, Roboy, 19, 20
  • Newcomen Pumping Engine of 1712 485 • (Letters), 544, 570, 657, 686
  • Rolling Mill Engines, 12,000 H.P. Vertical, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 252, 260 ; (Correction), 260
  • Simple Engine Operating with Steam Less than that of Atmospheric Pressure, Professor R-. C. Carpenter, 22
  • Single-cylinder Portable Engine and Traction Engine, Davey, Paxman and Co., 620
  • Steam Engines for Driving Reversing Rolling Mills, E. G. Sehmer, 174
  • Steam Engines at Smithfield Show, 619
  • Steam Ploughing Superheated Engine, John Fowler and Co., 621
  • Traversing Winding Engine in Dolcoath Mine, Morgan, 113
  • ENGINEERS and China, 521 ; (Letter), 528
  • Engineering and the Amenities, Professor A. Barr, 253, 261
  • Engineering and Machinery Exhibition—see Exhibitions
  • Engineering Progress Abroad, 72, 207, 309, 438, 543, 655 ; (Letters), 259, 339
  • Entropy, 202 ; (Letter), 259
  • Ejector, Vacuum Brake, Davies and Metcalfe, 102
  • Exact Determination of the Constants of Empirical Formulae, M. E. J. Gheury, 267 ; (Letters), 528
  • Excavating Ploughs for American Earthwork, 147
  • Excavator, Motor-driven, at Buenos Ayres, 520, 525
  • Excavators, Drag-line and Grab Bucket, Bagley, Heyworth, Page and Cliannon, Page-Lidgerwood, 193
  • Andresen, Hayward, Rawson, Trenching and Ditching Machines, 216
  • American, Bentson, Buckeye, Dalton, Miller, Parsons, 268, 278
  • Marion Ditch Excavating Machine, 363
  • Atlantic, Bucyrus, Thew, Vulcan, and other Excavators, 471
  • Austin Drainage Excavator Company, Hef- fron Scraper Trenching Machine, Helm, Hovland, Liebe, Lidgerwood, Stevens, Vulcan Steam Shovel Company, 336, 363, 471
  • EXHAUST Gas Turbine, Churchill-Shanm 206

EXHIBITIONS:

  • Aviation at South Kensington. 671
  • Engineering and Machinery at Olympia (For Separate Tools see Machine Tools), 380, 409, 429, 458 ; (Letter), 474 [Twenty- page Supplement, October \Sth, 1912)
  • Ghent Exhibition, 307
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 489, 510, 541 ; (Correction), 540
  • Regulation of International Exhibitions, 41G Royal Agricultural Show at Doncaster, 18, 36 Smithfield Club Cattle Show, 619
  • EXPERIMENTS with Explosives, 124 Explosions of Carbonaceous Dust, 16 Explosions, Gaseous, Dugald Clerk, 270
  • Explosives, Annual Report on, 20
  • Explosives, Experiments with, 124
  • FABROIL for High-speed Pinions, British Thomson-Houston Company, 62
  • Factory, A Modern, F. Southey, 328 ; (Letters), 397, 450
  • Failure of a Socialist Enterprise, 361
  • Feed-water Heater, Locomotive, G. and J. Weir, Limited, 654
  • Feed-water Regulator, Automatic, Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company, 382
  • Ferro-concrete Pontoon, Launch at Irlain, Yorkshire Hennebique Contracting Company, 21
  • Ferry, Train, Steamer—see Ships
  • Fery Bomb Calorimeter, R. S. Whipple, 298
  • Files—see Machine Tools
  • Filters and Filter-house at Stockport, 29, 40
  • Finance of Electrical Manufacturing, 442
  • Fixed Charges in the Machine Shop, &c.—see Machine Tools
  • Flamm, Professor O., on The Unsinkability of Modern Slups, 592
  • Fleming, Dr. J. A., on Wireless Telegraphy, 271
  • Floating Dock, 32,000-Ton, for the Medway, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 72, 73
  • Floating Dock for Portsmouth, 23,000-Ton, Cammell, Laird and Co., Limited, 204, 231
  • Floating Dock for Southern Nigeria, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 208
  • Flood Problem of Pittsburgh, K. C. Grant, 55, 82, 111
  • Florian Angele Valve Gear, 681
  • Flour Milling Machinery at Doncaster, 37 Forthcoming Engagements, 24, 60, 76, 134, 160, 186, 210, 236, 262, 288, 314, 368, 396, 424, 450, 476, 504, 530, 656, 608, 634, 660, 687
  • Forthcoming Meetings, 408, 474, 626
  • Forward Movement in Copper, Tin, and Spelter, 283
  • Foundry Plant, J. W. Jackman and Co., 682 French Seamen’s Strike, 130
  • French Trade Congress, 17
  • Friction Drop Stamps, B. and S. Massey, 340 Fry, L. H., on Testing Plant Results and the Locomotive Boiler, 189 ; (Letter), 259
  • Fuel Briquettes, W. Johnson and Sons, 415
  • Furnaces at Bethlehem Steel Works, 118, 122 {To} -page Supplement, August 2nd, 1912)
  • Furnaces, Induction, for Steel Refining, J. B. C. Kershaw, 643, 668
  • GARRETT, J. H., on Self-Pollution of Water by Natural Growths, 49
  • Gas Engines—see Engines Internal Combustion Gas, Producer, Generation and Distribution of, in South Staffordshire, H. A. Humphrey, 633
  • Gas Producer for Wood Refuse, Davey, Paxman and Co,, 250
  • Gas Turbine, Dugald Clerk, 297
  • Gas Turbine, Exhaust, Churchill-Shann, 206
  • Gaseous Explosions Committee’s Report, Dugald Clerk. 270
  • Gaseous Mixtures, Ignition of, by Momentary Electric Arcs, Professor W. M. Thornton, 271 I
  • Gassman, H. M,, on Motor and Control Equipment of Electrically Operated Valves, 301, 504
  • Gauge, Mercurial Vacuum, Negretti and Zam- bra, 131
  • Gears and Racks, Double Helical and Treble Helical, Power Plant Company, Limited, 382 Generators—see Electrical Matters
  • German Motor Notes, 378, 387, 402
  • German Steel—see Iron and Steel Germanischer Lloyd Rules, 223
  • Gheury, M. E. J., on The Exact Determination of the Constants of Empirical Formukc. 267 : (Letters), 528
  • Gibson, Professor A, H., and J. H. Thompson on Suction Between Vessels, 298, 313
  • Gold Mines—see Mines
  • Goldschmidt, Dr. Hans, on Method for Improvement of the Soundness of Steel Ingots by the Aid of Thermit, 361
  • Governor, An Improved Spring, The Hartung, 268
  • Governor Gear—see Engines
  • Graders and Ditching Machines for American Earthwork, 168
  • Grant, K. C., on The Flood Problem, of Pittsburgh, 55, 82, 111
  • Graphite Lubricants, Acheson Oildag Company, 21
  • Great Britain and South African Trade, 177
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Grinding Mill “’Juggernaut,” E. R. and F. Turner, 37
  • Grindley, Dr., Contribution to the Theory of Refrigerating Machines, 676, 669
  • Guns, Gun Mounting, and Gears at Bethlehem Steel Works, 118, 122 {Two-page Supplement, Augiist 2nd, 1912)
  • HADFIELD, Sir R., on Method of Producing Sound Ingots, 361, 445, 449, 633
  • Hadfield, Sir R., on Method of Revealing Segregation in Steel Ingots, 361, 368
  • Haigh, B. P., on Alternating Load Tests, 298 Half-year’s Oversea Trade, 47
  • Halliwell, R. F., on the Curtis Steam Turbine, 655
  • Hammers, Drop, Battery of Motor-driven, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 423 Haulage, Mechanical, G. Symoii, 593
  • Hauling Gear, 100 H.P. Electrically Driven, Sandycroft Limited, 630
  • Heat, Caloric Theory of. Professor Callendar, 279, 284
  • Heat Drop, Available, E. Buckingham, 154 ; (Letter), 184
  • Herner, Oberlehrer H., on Reorganisation of Harbour Dues and Measurement for Tonnage, 593
  • Hob and the Gear, P, Ballard, 221
  • Hobart, H. M., and E. Knowlton, on Induction Generators, 288
  • Horizontal Band Saw, J. Pickles and Son, 331 Hughes, George, on Back Pressure in Locomotive Engines, 157
  • Hulse and Co.’s Workshops Extension, 130 Huntington, Professor A. K., on Effect of Temperatures Higher than Atmospheric on Tensile Strength of Copper, &c., 354 Hydraulic Riveting of Boiler Ends, Caledon
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 310 Hydraulic Valve, J. Jenkins and Son, 21 Hydro-electric Plant, Adamello, 293. 319, 349,
  • 373, 401 {Two-page Supplement^ October 4th, 1912)
  • Hydro-electric Power Undertaking, Spanish, 384
  • Hysteresis Loss in Iron—see Iron
  • IGNTITON of Gaseous Mixtures by Momentary
  • Electric Arcs, Professor W. M. Thornton, 271
  • Ilkeston, Sewage Disposal Works at, 354, 358
  • Impedance of Telephone Receivers as Affected by the Motion of their Diaphragms, Professor A. E. Kenelly and Mr. C. AV. Pierce, 272
  • India, Technical Education in, 547
  • Indicator, Continuous Duplex, Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company, 382
  • Induction Furnaces—see Furnaces Induction Generators—see Electrical Matters Ingots—sec Iron and Steel
  • Injector, Oil Fuel, for Steam Boilers, Holden and Brooke, 37
  • Institutions—see Associations,
  • Inter-crystalline Cohesion in Metals, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. D. Ewon, 354
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines and Motors
  • International Railway Congress, 475
  • International Specifications, 334
  • Investigation of the Economy of a Simple Engine—-see Simple Engine
  • Investigations of tho Upper Atmosphere, 325

IRON AND STEEL

  • Allotropy, Professor Carl Benedicks, 407, 423 American Competition in Iron and Steel, 127 Concrete v. Brick and Steel Bridges, 155 ; (Letters), 184, 259, 311
  • Corrosion, Mr. Stromeyer at Manchester Steam Users’ Association, 467
  • German Steel Syndicate, 359
  • Heat Treatment of Tool Steel, 41 ; (Letters), 21, 47, 90
  • Hysteresis Loss in Iron due to a Combined Pulsating and Rotating Magnetic Field, T. F. Wall, 298
  • Induction Furnaces for Steel Refining, J. B. C. Kershaw, 643, 668
  • Iron and Steel Trades’ Outlook, 415 Manufacture of Open-hearth Steel, with Reference to Improvement in Yield, F. Paul, 389
  • Method of Improvement of the Soundness of Steel Ingots by tho Aid of J’herrnit, Dr. Ha.is Goldschmidt, 361
  • Method of Producing Sound Ingots, Sir R. Hadfield, 361, 445, 449, 633
  • Method of Revealing Segregation in Steel Ingots, Sir R. Hadfield, 361, 368
  • Nitrogen and Iron, J. H. Andrews, 407, 424 Revival of the Iron Age, 570
  • Rolling Mill Practice in the United States, Dr. J. Puppe, 390
  • Shops and Drawing-office, 41 ; (Letters), : 21, 47, 90
  • Some Aspects of Wire Drawiiig, Percy T.ong- muir, 407
  • Steel Rail Trade, 547
  • Steel Trade Amalgamation, 651
  • Steel Work Yield, P. Longmuii* and AV. H. Robinson, 389
  • Tata Iron and Steel Works, India, Axel Sahlin, 633
  • Tensile Tests of Copper and its Alloys and a Comparison with AV^rought Iron and Steel, Effect of Temperatures, &c., Professor A. K. H\intington, 354
  • Thermal-magnetic Transformations of 25 per cent. Nickel Steel, E, Colver-Glauerb and S. Hilperb, 407, 424
  • AVhen Steel Freezes, Dr. J. E. Stead. 518 AVorks, Iron and Steel—sec AA’’orks
  • IRRIGATION Engineer and I3gvpt, 4 56. 468, 573
  • Isola—sec Adamello
  • JOHNSON, F., on Influence of Impurities on
  • ‘•Tough Pitch” Copper, 376
  • KASSABIEH, or Land Levelling Scoop, J. and H. McLaren, 555
  • Kelly, W. R., on the New Graving Dock. Belfast, Mechanical Plant and General Appliances, 126, 182 {Two-page Supplement, August \>Sth, 1912)
  • Kelvin, Lord, Memorial to. 298
  • Kennelly, Professor A. E., and Mr. C. W. Pierce, on the Impedance of Telephone Receivers as Affected by the Motion of their Diaphragms, 272
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on Induction Furnaces for Steel Refining, ()-13, 668
  • King, C. R., on Superheated Steam—Its Effect upon Power in the Cylinder, 137
  • LABORATORY, National Physical, 528

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • Amended Shipyard Agreement, 574
  • America, Railway Strikes in. Proposed Legislation Against, 660
  • .Apprentices and the Insurance Act, 202
  • Apprentices and Strike Benefit, 151 .Apprenticeship Question, 613, 639 Boilermakers and the Shipyard Agreement, 333, 651
  • French Seamen’s Strike, 130
  • Immunity of Trade Unions, 548
  • Increasing Cost of Workmen’s Compensation, 626
  • Labour Disputes and State Intervention, 496
  • Labour in Iron and Steel Works, 151
  • Manufacture of Tin Plates, Home-olliec Report, 422
  • Miners and their Troubles, 359
  • North-Eastern Railway Srtike, 625, 652 Open Shop, 41
  • Railwaymen’s Outbreak, 625, 662 Solution of Labour Troubles—see Labour Trades Union Comedies, 305
  • LAKE Dry Dock, A Large, 247
  • Larnme, B. S., on a 2000-KiJowatt Unipolar Generator, 76
  • Lana-Ahgiljoch Aerial Cableway, 605
  • Land Levelling Scoop, J. and H. McLaren, 555
  • Land Values in Egypt, Sir Hanbury Brown. 456. 468
  • Larard, C. E., on The Behaviour of Ductile
  • Material During Torsional Straining, 299 Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 53, 78, 90, 160 210 316, 426, 448, 480, 506, 528, 612, 636
  • Law, E. I., on The Influence of Oxygen on the
  • Properties of Metals and Alloys, 377
  • Le Laboratoire d’Essais, 179

LEADERS:

  • Acceleration and Retardation of Trains, 467 Accidents in Power-houses, 306 Apprentices and the Insurance Act, 202 Apprentices and Strike Benefit, 151 Automatic Control of Railway Trains, 16 Back Pressure in Locomotive Engines, 15 Beauty and the Engineer, 253 Boilermakers, 651
  • Boilermakers and the Shipyard Agreement. 333
  • Charlestown Curve Derailment, 177
  • Clyde Conservancy Board, 625
  • Clyde Improvements, 599
  • Commission on Oil Engines for the Navy, 95
  • Competition in Agricultural Machinery, 388
  • Competition in Shipbuilding, 522
  • Compulsory Purchase of Electric Lighting Undertakings, 677
  • Corrosion, 467
  • Crude Oil, 469
  • Ditton Accident, 678
  • Efficiency of Aeroplanes, 279
  • Egypt and the Engineer, 468, 573
  • Electric Lighting Provisional Orders, 68
  • Electricity in the Stone Industries, 360
  • Engineers and China, 521
  • Entropy, 202
  • Experiments with Explosives, 124
  • Explosions of Carbonaceous Dust, 16
  • Failure of a Socialist Enterprise, 361
  • Finance of Electrical Manufacturing, 442
  • French Trade Congress, 17
  • Generation of Electrical Energy, 415
  • German Motor Progress, 387
  • German Steel Syndicate, 359
  • Great Britain and South African Trade, 177
  • Heat, A New Theory of, 279
  • Increased Average Output of Coal, 280 International Specifications, 334 Iron and Steel Trades’ Outlook, 415 Irrigation Engineer and Egypt, 468, 573 Labour Disputes and State Intervention, 496 Labour in Iron and Steel Works, 151 Locomotive Cab Signals, 496
  • Loss of the Akron, Dirigible, 16
  • Machine Tool Experiments, 574
  • Merchant Shipping Advisory Committee, Report of the, 201
  • Military Aeroplane Competitions, 254
  • Miners and Their Troubles, 359
  • Motor Ships and Safety at Sea, 67
  • Noise, 67
  • North-Eastern Railway Strike, 652
  • Open Shop, 41
  • Propeller Blade Area, 677
  • Railway Position, 227
  • Railway Traction and the Explosion Engine, 178
  • Railwaymen’s Outbreak, 625
  • Railways Bill, 521
  • Rain and Floods, 254
  • Regulation of International Exhibitions, 416
  • Report on the Loss of the Titanic, 123
  • Resistance of Goods Wagons, 305
  • Safety at Sea, 441
  • Shipbuilding in Russia, 334
  • Shipyard Agreement, The Amended, 574
  • Shops and Drawing-office, 41
  • Solution of Labour Troubles, 124
  • Some Practical Considerations for Diesel Engine Users, 599
  • Sound Rails, 387
  • Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mines, 42
  • Steel Rail Trade, 547
  • Steel Trade Amalgamation, 651
  • Sterilisation of Water by Ultra-violet Rays, 152
  • Tar Oils for Diesel Engines, 441
  • Technical Education in India, 547
  • Technical Institutions, 468
  • Trade Unions, Immunity of, 548
  • Trades Union Comedies, 305
  • Transmission Gear for Marino Motors, 227
  • Turbine-driven Generators, 495
  • Unindentured Apprentices, 495
  • Waste of Water, 95
  • Workmen’s Compensation, Increasing Cost of, 626
  • Worn Flanges on Locomotive Wheels, 228
  • LEICESTER Water Supply—see Water Supply
  • Leith Docks, Scheme for Extension, 422

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:

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  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and Other Districts, 24, 51, 76, 105, 133, 161, 185, 210, 235, 263, 289, 314, 343, 368, 397, 424, 450, 476, 604, 531, 656, 583, 608, 634, 661, 687
  • Lancashire, 25, 51, 76, 105, 133, 161, 185, 210,
  • 235, 263, 289, 315, 343, 369, 397, 425, 451, 476, 505, 531, 557, 683, 608, 634, 661, 687
  • Scotland, 26, 52, 77, 106, 134, 162, 186, 211,
  • 236, 264, 290, 315, 344, 369, 398, 426, 452, 478, 506. 532, 558, 584, 610, 636, 662, 688
  • Sheffield, 25, 51, 77, 105, 133, 161, 185, 211, 235, 263. 289, 315, 343, 369, 397, 426, 451, 505, 531, 557, 683, 610, 635, 661, 687 and Adjoining Counties, 26, 62, 78, 134, 162, 186, 212, 236, 264, 290, 316, 370, 398, 425, 452, 478, 506, 531, 558. 609, 636, 661, 688
  • Screw Propulsion, John Batey, 339 ? C. V’ Dyson, 311
  • South African Locomotives—Bissell Bogie
  • Irucks Coal Saving, R. Edwards, 47
  • Specification of Bronze, B. R., 132
  • Tar Oil for Engines, L. Keuleyan, 501
  • True Absolute Zero of Temperature, J. T. Wainwright, 269
  • True Second Law of Thermodynamics, J. T. Wainwright, 90
  • Tunnelling in Buenos Aires, G. Gonsalves, 339 ; P. Ramme and AVin. Lowe Brown, 311
  • “Vol,” A. Immo S. Allen, 132
  • LIDDELL, A. R., on Dockloads of Timber, 8f> Liddell, A. R., on the Tonnage Laws, 50 Lienau, Professor Otto, on Stresses in the Longitudinal Structure of Steel Merchant Vessels, 692
  • Lightning Arresters, Wurtz 'Pype, 351

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • A B C of Hydrodynamics, Lieut.-Col. R. de Villamil, 229
  • Aeroplane, Mechanics of the, Captain Duchene, 152
  • All the World’s Aircraft, F. T. Jane, 97
  • American Electric Central Station Distribution Systems : Their Design and Construction, H. B. Goar and P. F 179
  • Annuaire pour I’An, 1913, 653
  • Centrifugal Pumping Engineering, C. G. de Laval, 649
  • Centrifugal Pumps : Their Design and Construction, L. C. Loewenstein and C P Crissley, 229
  • Chemical Works : Their Design, Erection and Equipment, S. S. Dyson and S. s’ Clarkson, 648
  • Chemistry of the Rubber Industry H E Potts, 97
  • Coals of Canada, An Investigation of the
  • J. B. Porter and R. J. Durley, 678 ’
  • Columns and Struts, Theory and Practical Design, W. Alexander, 255.
  • Concrete Costs, Taylor and Thompson, 228
  • Dynamics of Mechanical Flight, Sir G Greonhill, 152
  • Energy, System of Matter, James Weir, 524
  • Engineering Work in Public Buildings, R. 0. Allsop, 624
  • Frozen Meat Tra<le, A History of the, J T Critchell and J. Raymond, 153
  • Fuel, An Introduction to the Study of F J Brislee, 307
  • Geometry and Graphics, Practical, D. A. Low, 675
  • Heating and Ventilating, Mechanics of, Konrad Meier, 154
  • Heating and Ventilation, Theory and Prac- tice of, A. H. Barker, 17
  • Highway Engineers, Handbook for, W. G Harger and E. A. Bonney, 524, 627
  • Internal Combustion Engines and Gas Producers, C. W. Askling and E. Roeslor, 178
  • Mineral Production of Canada, 1910, 653
  • Modem Destructor Practice, W. F. Goodrich, 280 ’
  • Motor Car Engineering, Vol. T., Construction, A. Graham Clark, 17
  • Motor, The, John Armstrong, 281
  • Napier, David, Engineer, 1790-1868, 335 Naval Annual, 1912, Viscount Hythe, 42 Statical Calculations, Reference Book for, Francis Ruff, 153
  • Structures, The Theory of, A. Morley, 205, 335
  • Surveying, The Effects of Errors in, H. Briggs, 255
  • Tables Annuelles de Constantes et Donneos Numeriques de Chimic, de Physique, &c., 126
  • Thdorie du Navire, M. Bourdelle, 627 Titanic, An Unsinkable, J. B. Walker, 255, 281
  • Valuation of Public Utility Properties, H. Eloy, 362

LITERATURE: Short Notices:

  • American Machinist Grinding Book, F. H. Colvin and E. A, Stanley, 524, 575
  • Boiler Explosions, Collapses, and Mishaps, E. P. Rimmer, 205, 281
  • Copper Smelting, Modern, D. M. Lovy, 179, 229
  • Differential and Integral Calculus, Lorrain S. Hulbert, 229
  • Elements of Structures, G. A. Hood, 97 Eleeming Jenkin, Memoir of, R. L. Stevenson, 179, 229
  • Forging, Stamping, and General Smithing, B. Saunders, 549, 576
  • Heat Engines, H. A. Garratt, 154
  • Mineralogy of the Rarer Metals, E. Cohen and W. 0. Wootton, 601
  • Motor Car Construction, R. W. A. Brewer, 624
  • Official Handbook of Stations, including Junctions, Sidings, &c., of the Railways in the United Kingdom, 1912, 679
  • Oil Finding, E. H. C. Craig, 281
  • Petrol Engine, Construction and Drawing, W. E. Dommett, 549
  • Stamp Milling, A. Del Mar, 362
  • Steam Boilers and Boiler Accessories, W. Inchley, 549, 627
  • Steam Engine and Turbine, R. C, H. Heck, 363
  • Structural Mechanics, The Principles of, P. J. Waldram, 154
  • Theory of Determinants, T. Muir, 125
  • Toothed Gearing, G. T. White, 649, 627
  • Traite de Metallographie, Felix Robin, 362

LITERATURE: Books Received:

  • Ainsley’s Engineers* Manual, 575
  • Alternating Currents, ‘ ~ Rhodes, 179
  • Analytical Geometry, W. A. Nayier, 524
  • Annual Report of the 1911, British Columbia, W, H. Cullin, 497
  • Brazil in 1911, J. C. Oakenfull, 205
  • Bridge Design, Preliminary Studies in, R. Ryves, 497
  • British Rainfall, 1911, H, R. Mill, 549 Building Construction, C. E. Mitchell, 624 Business Prospects Year Book, 1913, 601 Calculations on the Entropy Temperature Chart, W. J. Crawford, 653
  • Calculations for Marine Engineers, Part I., R. A. McMillan, 497
  • Carbonisation of Coal, V. B. Lewes, 676
  • Celluloid, Masselon, Roberts, and Cillard, 601 City of Bradford Technical College Calendar, 1912-1913, 497
  • Colliery, Working and Management, H. E. Bulman and R. A. S. Redmayne, 524
  • Combination Among Railway W. A. Robertson, 524
  • Commercial Engineering, A. J. 675
  • Common Battery Telephony W. Atkins, 679
  • Complete Hints and Tips for Jkutoniobilists from the Autocar^ 549
  • Copper, The Hydro-metallurgy of, W. E. Greenawalt, 624
  • Cost Accounts, L. W. Hawkins, 675
  • Der Moderne Schiffbau, G. Neudeck, B. Schulz, and Dr. R. Blochmann, 154
  • Design of Electrical Machinery, W. T. Ryan, 601
  • Design of Simple Steel Bridges, Usborne, 601
  • Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, Sir Edward Thorpe, 679
  • Dictionary of Railway Terms in Spanish- English and English-Spanish, A. J. R. V. Garcia, 679
  • Directory of Contractors and Public Works Annual, 1912, T. F. G. Coates, 255
  • Domestic Water Supplies for the Farm, M. L. Fuller, 649
  • Electrical Engineering for Mechanical and Mining Engineers, Lectures, &c., H. J. S. Heather, 679
  • Electrical Machinery, A Short Course the Testing of, J. H. Morecroft and E. Hehre, 205
  • Electrical Wiring, Practice of, 679
  • Electricity, Applied, Examples in, C. Lamb, 497
  • Electricity Made Plain, G. R. Peers, 601
  • Engineering and Metallurgical Books, 1907- 1911, R. A. Peddie, 549
  • Explosives and Their Storage Under the Explosives Act, 179
  • Farm Gas Engines, H. R. Brate, 601
  • Fighting Ships, F. T. Jane, 1912, 497
  • Fire Prevention and Eire Protection, J. K. Freitag, 255
  • Foundry Practice, Notes on, J. J. Morgan, 255 Freight Terminals and Trains, J. A. Droeqe, 679
  • French Self-taught, French Grammar and Key, J. Lafitte, 649
  • Gasworks Directory and Statistics, 1912- 1913, 549
  • Geology of Soils and Substrata, H. B. Woodward, 679
  • Geometry and Graphics for Technical Students, Practical, Bates and Charles- worth, 549
  • Greece of the Twentieth Century, Percy F. Martin, 575
  • Highways, The Law Relating to, H. Hampton Capnall, 679
  • How to Drive a IMotor Cycle, “ Phoenix, * 205 Illumination, The Science of. Dr. L. Block, 575
  • Books Received {continued):
  • Index of Mining Engineering Literature, W. R. Crane, 549
  • Indicator Handbook, C. N. Pickworth, 575 Industrial Chemistry, A. Rogers Aubert, 675
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Organic, Geoffrey Martin, 675
  • Internal Combustion Engine. A the, H. E. Wimperis, 675
  • Iron Enamelling and Tinning, Technology of, J. Grunwald, 497
  • Iron and Steel Constructional Work, K. Schindler, 205
  • La Theorie des Ions et I’Electrolyse, Auguste Hollard, 675
  • Laboratory Manual of Alternating Currents, J. H. Morecroft, 679
  • Law Relating to Electric Lighting, Power, and Traction, J. Shiress Will, 601
  • Magneto and Electric Ignition, W. Hibbert, 675
  • Main Drainage of Towns, F. N. Taylor, 205 Materials Used in Siting, W. F. A. Ermen, 624 Mathematics for Technical Students, Practical, Bates and Charlesworth, 549
  • Mechanical World Electrical Pocket-book, 1913, 601
  • Mechanical World Pocket Diary and Yearbook, 1913, 601
  • Mechanics for Marine Engineers, A. N. Somerscales, 575
  • Microscope, The, C. E. Heath, 676
  • Minimum Wage Act, 1912, Awards, 524 Modern Aline Valuation, M. H. Burnham, 601 Motor Car Mechanism and Alanagement, W. P. Adams, 649
  • Navy League Annual, 1912-13, A. H. Burgoyne, 601
  • Nigeria and its Tin Fields, A. F. Calvert, 179
  • North-country Coal and Shipping Annual, ' 1912, J, Davies and Graham Wallis, 49/
  • Petrol Air-gas, H. O’Connor, 601
  • Physics and Chemistry of Alining, T. H. Byrom, 649
  • Physics, A Course of, C. H. Draper, 575
  • Physics and Engineering, Papers in. Professor J. Thomson, 653
  • Pitman’s Dictionary of Secretarial Law and Practice, Philip Tovey, 679
  • Practical Alechanic’s Smith, 675
  • Practical Physics, E. Black, 205
  • Primer of Scientific Gilbreth, 601
  • Processes of Flour Alanufacturo, P. A. Amos, 679
  • Propellers, C. H. Peabody, 549
  • Properties and Design of Reinforced Concrete, N. Alartin, 575
  • Radio-activity, Studies in, W. H. Bragg, 205 Railway Statistics, Alanual of, G. L. Boag, 624 Rain and Rivers, The Work of the, T. G.
  • Bonney, 624
  • Rand Metallurgical Practice, A Text-book of, 255
  • Redress by Arbitration, H. Foulks Lynch, 601 Regulations and Syllabuses for the Examinations in Science and Technology to be Held in 1913, 679
  • Reinforced Concrete Construction, Al. I’. Cantell, 549
  • Road Construction, Modern, Francis Wood, 497
  • Roads and Pavements, Text-book on, F. P. Spalding, 575
  • Roofs, Treatise on the Design and Construction of, N. C. Ricker, 653
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Calendar, 1912-13, Robert Anderson, 255
  • Sanitary Engineering, Modern, Part I., House Drainage, G. Thomson, 524
  • Second Supplement to Third Edition of the Law of Building, Engineering, and Shipbuilding Contracts, A. A. Hudson, 154
  • Southern England ; Coast and Countryside, Homeland Association, 624
  • Steam Turbines, H. Wilds, 601 Street Pavements and Paving Materials, G. W. Tillson, 575
  • Strength of Materials, M. Merriman, 649 Structural Design, Vol. I., H. R, Thayer, 497 Thorium and its Compounds, Lecture on, Edmund White, 679
  • Toll Telephone Practice, J. B. Thiess and G. A. Joy, 497
  • “ Transactions ” of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Vol. IV., 1911, 549
  • Vapours for Heat Engines, W. D. Ennis, 601 Water Supply and Drainage, C. E. Housden, 601
  • Wireless Telegraphy for Amateurs, R. P. Howgrave-Graham, 179
  • Wireless Telegraphy Simply Explained, H. T. Davidge, 679
  • Workmen’s Compensation Digest, Douglas Knocker, 649
  • and A. B.
  • Cliemisfcry,
  • Primer of
  • Handbook, F. E.
  • H. Barton and T. P.
  • Management, F. B.
  • LIVERPOOL, Royal Liver Buildings, Boilerhouse Plant, 63
  • Liverpool University, Worm Gearing at, H. Wallwork and Co., 233
  • Livesey, (R. M., on Rolling Stock in Use on the Principal Irish Narrow Gauge Railways, 126, 131
  • Llandulas Viaduct, 311
  • Lloyd’s Register—see Ships
  • Locomotives, Internal Combustion Road, John Fowler and Co., 36, 621
  • Locomotives—see also Railway Locomotives London County Council Tramways, 632 Longmuir, Percy, on Some Aspects Drawing, 107
  • Longmuir, P., and W. H. Robinson, Work Yield, 389
  • Loom, Automatic, R. Hall and Sons, 330
  • Lubricants, Graphite, Acheson Oildag Co., 21 Lubricator, Bosch Magneto Company, 127 Lubricators for Internal Combustion and for
  • Steam Engines, Vacuum Oil Company, 431
  • of Wire on Steel Limited,
  • MACILWAINE, CAPT., on the Corrugated Ship, 408

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • (For Machine Tools at Olympia Exhibition see also Illustrated Section of Index, Names, and—under Subjects—Machine Tools)
  • Angie liar-straightening Machine, Scriven and Co., 656
  • Automatic Machine, The “ Lester ” Four- spindle, C. W. Burton, Grifhth.s and Co., 460
  • Bar Cutting-off Machine, J. Butler and Co. (vii, Twenty-page Supplement, October iHih, 1912)
  • Brown and Sharpe Automatic Screw Machines, Cams for, 286
  • Citroen Gears, Largo Sizes, 459
  • Crankshaft Milling Machine, Burmeister and Wain, 366
  • Drill, Smallest Twist, Burton, Griffiths and Co. (v, Twcnty-page Supplement, October l^th, 1912)
  • Drilling Alachino, 6ft, High-speed Radial, Tangyes, Limited (v, Twenty-page Supplement, October ISth, 1912)
  • Drilling Alachine, Universal Radial, J. Buckton and Co., Limited, 174, 176
  • Drilling Alachines, Radial, Kendall and Gent, Limited (xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October l^th, 1912)
  • Drilling Machines, D. and J. Tullis, Limited, 458
  • Electrical Driving of Alachine Tools, 461 Files, Dreadnought, Patent Jb'il© and Tool Company, 458
  • Fixed Charges in the Machine Shop and the Depreciation of Alachine Tools, H. Spencer, 321, 373 ; (Letters), 422, 474, 601
  • Grinding Alachines, Dust-collecting Device, for, Alitchelfs Emery Wheel Company, 287
  • Hob and the Gear, P. Ballard, 221
  • Lathe, Electrically Driven Face, Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, 208
  • Lathe, Alarine Repair Shop, Loudon Brothers, 159
  • Lathe, Turret, Kendall and Gent, Limited (xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October IStfi, 1912)
  • Lathes, G. Swift and Sons (xx, Twenty-page Supplement, October l^tfi, 1912)
  • Lathes, Sin. All-geared and lOin. Capstan, Tangyes, Limited (v, Twenty-page Supplement, October 18ZA, 1912)
  • Lathes, Three New Designs, Colchester Lathe Company (v, Twenty-page Supplement, October \.3th, 1912)
  • Lathes, Vortical Turning and Boring, Hathorn, Davey and Co., 443
  • Miliing Machine Experiments, P. V. Vernon, 574, 677
  • Milling Machine, Treadle-driven, Horizontal, Henry Alilnes (v, Twenty-page Supplement, October I3th, 1912)
  • Aiming Machines, J. Holroyd and Co., Limited (xx, Twenty-page Supplemerit, October 18ZA, 1912)
  • Aiming Machines, Plain and Vertical, Darling and Sellers, Limited (xix., Ttventy-page Supplementi October i^th, 1912)
  • Olympia, Exhibition at, 380, 409, 429, 468 {Twenty-page Supplement, October 18zA, 1912) ; (Letter), 474
  • Planer, Berl Gear, Pfeil and Co., 430
  • Planer, J. Stirk and Sons, Limited, 382
  • Sawing Alachines, Reciprocating Straight Blade, C. Wicksteed, 139
  • Saws, Circular, for Sawing Armour Plates, St. George’s Engineering Alalleable Iron and Steel Works, 469
  • Screw-driver, Automatic Alagazine, Ru.ssoll Brothers, 458
  • Screwing Alachine, The Landis, Schuchardt and Schutte, 461
  • Slotting Aiachine, Powerful Alotor-driven, J. Buckton and Co., 602
  • Standard Speeds and Feeds for Alachine Tools, 364
  • MANUFACTURE of Steel—see Iron and Steel Manufacture of Tin-plates, Home-office Report, 422
  • Marine Engines and Motors—see Engines Marine Motors, Transmission Gear for, 227 Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, H. A. Mavor, 312
  • Marshall, A. H., on Electric Mining Locomotives, 35
  • Alartin, Percy F., on The Panama Canal, 561, 572, 588 {Two-page Supplement, December i^th, 1912)
  • Mathematics, Place of, in Engineering Practice, Sir W. H. White, 341, 367
  • Mavor, H. A., on Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, 312
  • Mechanical Haulage, G. Symon, 593
  • Merchant Shipping Report—see Ships : General Mercurial Vacuum Gauge, Negretti and Zambra, 131
  • Merz, C., on The Electrification of the Melbourne Railways, 580, 600
  • Metal Statistics, The World’s, 38
  • Methods of Magnifying Feeble Signalling Currents, S. G. Brown, 674
  • Mica, 230
  • Military Aeroplane Competitions, 247, 254
  • Mill, Husk and Grain Grinding, “ Juggernaut,” E. R. and F. Turner, 620
  • Aiming Machines—see Machine Tools Aimington, W. E. W., on High-lift Centrifugal Pumps, 464
  • Mills, Textile, The Driving of, 309

MINES AND MINING-NEWS:

  • Carnon, South Crofty and Wheal Jane Mines, Cornwall, 190
  • Coal Mines—see Coal and Collieries
  • Consols, Giow and Trenwith Mines, Cornwall, 166
  • Dolcoath Mine, 113
  • Electric Mining Locomotives, A. 11. Marshall, 35
  • Mines and Works in Cornwall, 90, 113, 143, 150, 166, 190
  • Ventilation of Gold Mines, 38
  • MODERN Factory, F. Southey, 328 ; (Letters), 397, 450
  • MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR MATTERS:
  • Acceleration of a Motor Car, H. E. Wimperis, 338
  • Ball Jumping and Ball Sorting Machines, D.W.F. Company, 643 t
  • Belsize 16.9 H.P. Car with Four-cylinder Engine, 612
  • Cars at Olympia, Armstrong, Whitworth, Austin Motor Company, D. Brown and Sons, Daimler, Darracq, Delaunay Belleville, Lanchester, 541
  • Chassis, Engine, Gear Box, Clutch, &c., of 15.9 H.P. Motor Car, Star Engineering Company, Limited, 641
  • Chassis, Engine, Gear Box and Details of Motor Cars at Olympia, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 490
  • Chassis, Four-cylinder Engine, Carburetter, Gear Box, Self-starting Mechanism, &c,, of Motor Cars at Olympia, Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, 489
  • Design of Motor Vehicles, H. E. Wimperis, 509
  • Detachable Wheels and Rims, 541
  • “Ever Ready” Self-starter, Star Engineering Company, 610
  • Fetch-and-Carry Chain Drive for Cam and Magneto Shafts of Petrol Engines, D. H. Simpson and Hans Renold, 541
  • Inspection Car for High Altitudes, Drewry Car Company, 91
  • Lighting Dynamo and Magneto, Simms Magneto Company, 610 ; (Correction), 540
  • Locomotives—see Locomotives, also Railway Locomotives
  • Motor Cars, 12, 15, and 25 H.P., Clement-Talbot, Limited, 542
  • Motor Cars, 17 H.P. Four-cylinder and 30 H.P. Six-cylinder, Maudslay, 643
  • Motor Tractors and Wagons at Smithfield, 619
  • Motor Trains—see Railways
  • Motor Wagon, Steam, at Doncaster, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 19
  • Olympia, Show at, 488, 510 {Tioo-page Supplement, November \bth, 1912); (Correction), 540 •
  • Petrol Committee, 173
  • Petrol-driven Vehicles at Doncaster Show, 18 Petrol Motor Lorries, War-office Subsidies for, 174
  • Petrol Valve and Filter, W. P. Nesbitt, 683 Renold Roller Chain-driven
  • Magneto Shafts, 512
  • Scott-Crossley Self-starting Gear,
  • Sheffield-Simplex 30 H.P. Car cylinder Engine, 511, 512
  • Supplement, November loth, 1912)
  • Ships and Boats—see Ships Standardisation of Automobile Parts, 22
  • MOULDING Machine, Wilson and Mathieson’s, 498
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, 628
  • New*Aestheticism, The, Norman Davey, 296
  • New York Dry Dock, 259
  • Newcomen Gear—see Pumps
  • Newlands, A., on Economic Aspects of Scottish
  • Water Power, 326 ; (Letters), 397, 422
  • Nitrogen and Iron, J. H. Andrews, 407, 424
  • Noise, 67
  • Northwich, Salt Subsidences at, 614

OBITUARY:

  • Adams, Edwin, 364
  • Andrews, Edmund, 492
  • Blaxland, George, 195
  • Drummond, Dugald (Portrait), 523
  • Dunn, James 92
  • Furness, Lord, 622
  • Hamilton, William, 92
  • Hodgkin, John Eliot, 420
  • Jamieson, Andrew, 626
  • Lea, Henry (Portrait), 92
  • Mackrow, Clement, 335
  • McMillan, Robert, 492
  • McNaught, Duncan (Portrait), 364
  • Pendred, Vaughan (Portrait), 418
  • Phillips, Charles D., 463
  • Robertson, Frederick Ewart, 540
  • Shepherd, John William, 574
  • OIL, “ Crude,” 469
  • Oil Engines—see Engines, Internal Combustion
  • Olympia—see Exhibitions
  • Open Shop, 41
  • Oversea Trade : Steady Progress, 47, 407
  • Owens, Dr. J. S., on The Weathering of Portland Stone, 299
  • Oxygenite, 460
  • PAINTING Steamers—see Ships, General Matters
  • Panama Canal, Percy F, Martin, 561, 572, 688 {Two-page Supplement, December \sth, 1912)
  • Parma Single-phase 'Tramways, 640

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH AND AMERICAN:

  • Aeronautics, 80, 266, 371, 372, 399, 454, 633, 559, 612, 637, 664, 689
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 53, 479 Cranes and Conveyors, 80, 108, 163, 508, 560 Dynamos and Motors, 27, 53, 79, 107, 135, 163, 237, 266, 345,371, 399, 453, 507, 559, 585, 611, 663, 689
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 27, 53, 79, 107, 108, 163, 164, 214, 238, 266, 291, 292, 317, 345, 371, 399, 400, 427, 453, 479, 507, 634, 569, 611, 637, 638, 663, 689
  • Engines, Steam, 135, 163, 188, 265, 291, 345, 399, 427, 428, 685, 637, 638, 663
  • Furnaces, 64, 187, 317
  • Gas Producers, 317, 480
  • Hydraulics, 611
  • Lighting and Heating, 27, 136, 1G4, 188’ 291, 318, 638
  • Locomotives, 318, 345, 346, 479
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 28, 54, 108, 136, 187, 213, 214, 238, 266, 318, 346, 372, 400, 428, 453, 480, 507, 508, 534, 560, 586, 612, 689
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 27, 28, 80, 136, 164, 188, 214, 266, 292, 345, 428, 454, 480, 608, 560, 686
  • Mines and Metals, 80, 164, 292, 318, 428, 454, 660, 686, 612, 638, 690
  • Miscellaneous, 28, 54, 80, 108, 136, 164, 188, 214, 238, 266, 292, 318, 346, 372, 464, 480, 634, 660, 586, 664, 690
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 80, 188, 238, 480, 634
  • Ordnance and Armour, 292, 608 Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 28, 80, 108, 136, 187, 213, 266, 291, 34b, 371, 427, 586, 638
  • Ships and Boats, 54, 80, 108, 164, 214, 372, 480, 634, 560, 638, 664
  • Steam Generators, 27, 63, 107, 108, 135, 213, 237, 291, 292, 317, 372, 400, 453, 480, 608, 533, 660, 586, 586, 612, 637, 638, 663, 690
  • Switchgear, 79, 292, 372, 427, 533, 585, 689 Telegraphs and Telephones, 80, 136, 163, 213, 399, 479, 664
  • Tramways and Railways, 54, 214, 266, 318, 345, 346, 372, 400, 6O7, 508, 634, 690
  • Transformers, 533
  • Transmission of Power, 79, 136, 213, 214, 266, 345, 346, 372, 400, 428, 508, 533, 560, 586, 611, 638, 664, 690
  • Turbine Machinery, 63, 54, 79, 108, 237, 238, 346, 454, 569, 664
  • PAUL, F. W., on Manufacture of Open-hearth Steel, with Reference to Improvement in Yield, 389
  • Peat, Commercial Utilisation for Power Purposes, H. V. Pegg, 132, 140
  • Peat and Lignite, Electricity from, 20
  • Peck, J. S., on Earthed and Unearthed Neutrals, 607
  • Pegg, H. V., on Commercial Utilisation of Peat lor Power Purposes, 132, 140
  • Pelton Wheel, 6600 H.P., and Generator at Isola, Escher, Wyss and Co., 349 {Two-page Supplement^ October 4:thf 1912)
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 54, 78, 104, 134, 162, 186, 212, 236, 264, 291, 316, 346, 370, 426, 452, 479, 507, 532, 584, 610, 636, 662, 689
  • Petrol Lorry, Daimler Company, 18
  • Petrol Motor Lorries, War-office Subsidies for. Petrol Wagon, 3-Ton, Aveling and Porter, 19 Photostat, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 658 Pinions, High-speed, New Material for, British Thomson-Houston Company, 62
  • Pittsburgh, The Flood 1‘robiem of, K. C. Grant, 55, 82, 111
  • Place of Mathematics in Engineering Practice, Sir W. H. White, 341
  • Planers—see Machine Tools
  • Plate-bending Rolls, Motor-driven, at Bethlehem Steel Works, 118
  • Ploughs, Steam, and Four-furrow Motor, J. F. Howard, 622
  • Pontoon, Ferro-concrete, Launched at Irlain, 21 Portland Cement Industry, Raw Materials of, Percy S. Barber, 481, 535
  • Portsmouth, 32,000-Ton Floating Dock, Cam- mell, Laird and Co,, Limited, 204, 231
  • Presses at Bethlehem Steel W'orks, 118, 122 Producer, Coke Suction, and Gas Engine, Anderston Foundry Company, Limited, 28()
  • Producer Gas, Generation and Distribution of, in South Staffordshire, 633
  • Progress of the Trade Boom, 258 Propellers—see Ships
  • Prussian Towing Monopoly, 608

PUMPS

  • Centrifugal Pumps at Doncaster, 37
  • Counterbalanced Deep-well Pump, GGO
  • Dolcoath Mino Motor-driven Pumping Plant, 116
  • Floating Pumps at Adamello, 319
  • Hole-Shaw Pump Company, Limited, 459
  • High-lift Centrifugal Pumps, W. E. W. Millington, 464
  • Hydraulic Pumps, 15,000 H.P., at Bethlehem Steel Works, 118, 122
  • Newcomen Pumping Engine of 1712, 485 ; (Letters), 544, 670, 631, 657, 686
  • Turbine Pump with Automatic Electric Starting Gear, 470
  • Twells’ Pumps for Hot Liquids, Royles, Limited, 283
  • PUPPE, Dr. .L, on Rolling Mill Practice in the United States, 390
  • QUEBEC— see Bridges
  • RADIUM in Cornwall, IGG ,
  • Rail Situation in the United States, 391
  • Rail Trade, Steel, 547
  • Rails, Sound, 387

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: General:

  • Acceleration and. Retardation of Trains, Professor W. E. Dalby, 4G7, 4G9, 502, 529
  • Angus Train Control System, 38
  • Automatic Control of Railway Trains, IG
  • Block Signals, Accidents under, 290 Demurrage Charges, G22
  • Foucault Current Railway, 414, 420
  • International Railway Congress, 475
  • Motor Inspection Car for High Altitudes, Drewry Car Company, 91
  • Railway Affairs Sixty Years Ago, 257
  • Railway Poisition, 227
  • Railway Traction and the Explosion Engine, 178
  • Railway Viaducts, 85
  • Railways Bill, 521
  • Resistance of Goods Wagons, 305 ; (Lettoj’), 501
  • Single-phase Railways, 10, 70, 88, 170, 196, 200, 256, 275, 323, 416, 482, 594, 618, 624, 640, 672
  • Sound Rails, 387
  • Strikes—see. Labour
  • Tunnel Memorials, 645

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: British, Colonial and Indian :

  • Central London Railway Extension, 129, 564
  • Charlestown Curve Derailment, 173, 177 Cromford and High Peak Railway, 546, 652 Ditton Accident, 307, 678, 682 ; (Letters), 339, 422
  • Further Tube Railway Amalgamations, 680
  • Great Eastern Railway Jubilee, 68
  • Great Northern and City Railway and Metropolitan Railway, Amalgamation, 485
  • Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Tube Railway Accident, 283
  • Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland, Accident, 283
  • High Peak Railway, Cromford and, 516, 552
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Accident —see Charlestown Curve
  • Leeds and Thirsk Railway, 645
  • Llandulas Viaduct, 311
  • London and North-Western Railway, Accident at Ditton, 307, 678, 682 ; (Letters), 339, 422
  • London and North-Western Suburban Lines, Electrification, 644
  • London and South-Western Railway Accident at Vauxhall, 283, 438
  • London and South-Western Railway’s Suburban System Electrification, (529
  • London Tube Amalgamation, 485
  • Melbourne Railways, Electrification of, C. Merz’s Report, 580, 600
  • Motor Trains in South Africa, 44
  • N.S.W. Government Railways, 478
  • Port Talbot Docks and Railways during the Last Decade, W. Cleaver, 556
  • Railway Bills for the Next Session, 669
  • Railway Half-year, 206, 224
  • Reduction of Deadweight, Queensland Government Railways, 499
  • Rolling Stock in Use on the Principal Irish Narrow-gauge Railways, R. M. Livesey, 126, 131
  • Scottish Railway Half-year, 329
  • South African Railways, Rolling Stock, Development of the, 3, 44 ; (Letter), 47
  • Summer Train Services, 33
  • Sydney's Transit Requirements, 659

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: Foreign:

  • American Railway Accidents, 417
  • American Railway Accidents under Block Signals, 290
  • Antofagasta, Chili and Bolivia Railway, Motor Inspection Car, 91
  • French Winter Train Services, 500
  • German Express Trains, 652
  • Hoosac Tunnel, 323
  • Italian Railways, The Progress of, 241
  • Legislation Against Railway Strikes in America, Proposed, 660
  • Little Salmon River Viaduct, Grand Trunk Railway, Canada, 327
  • Lotschberg Single-phase Railway Motor Coach, 672
  • Motor Coaches on the Rotterdam-Scheven- ingen Single-phase Railway, Siemens- Schuckert, 70
  • Murnau—Oberammergau Single-phase Railway, 618, 624
  • New York, New Haven, and Hartford Singlephase Railway, 256
  • New York, Westchester and Boston Singlephase Railway, 695
  • Rail Situation in the United States, 391
  • Railway Statistics of the United States, 314
  • Rock Island and Southern Single-phase Railway, 482
  • Rotterdam—The Hague-Scheveningen Single phase Railway, 70
  • St. Clair Tunnel, Grand Trunk Railway, Single-phase Working, 416
  • St. Polten—Mariazell Railway, 196, 200
  • Spiez-Frutigen Single-phase Railway, 672
  • Spokane and Inland Empire Single-phase Railway, 482

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • Back Pressure in Locomotive Engines, 15
  • Back Pressure in Locomotive Engines, George Hughes, 157
  • Feed-water Heater, Locomotive, G. and J. Weir, Limited, 654
  • Florian Angele Valve Gear, 681
  • Government Inspection of Locomotive Boilers, 627
  • Locomotive Cab Signals, 496
  • Locomotive Power on Narrow-gauge Railways, 680
  • Mallet Locomotive for the Virginian Railway, American Locomotive Company, 282 {Two-page Supplement^ September 13th, 1912)
  • Mechanical Handling of Coal for British Locomotives, C. J. B. Cooke, 579
  • “Mikado” Type Locomotives for the Erie Railroad, 103
  • Robinson Draught Retarder, Locomotive Superheater Corporation, 459
  • Single-phase Locomotives, 10, 70, 88, 170, 196, 200, 256, 275, 323, 416, 482, 594, 672
  • Superheater, Locomotive Smoke Tube, Robinson, 459
  • Superheaters, Phoenix and Schmidt, for Indian State Railway Engines, 384, 386
  • Tank Engine Derailments, 230
  • Testing Plant Results and the Locomotive Boiler, L. H. Fry, 189 ; (Letter), 259
  • Worn Flanges on Locomotive Wheels, 228

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Narrow-gauge Locomotives, 680
  • East Indian Railway Eight-coupled Goods Engine, 66, 74
  • Electric Mining Locomotives, A. H. Marshall, 35
  • New South Wales Government Railways, Superheater Locomotives, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 498
  • North-Western Railway of India, Superheater Engines, 384, 386
  • Oudh and Rohilkund Railway, Superheater Locomotive, 384
  • South African Locomotives, Beatty, Beyer- Peacock, Hendry, Kitson, Reid, &c., 3, 44 : (Letter), 47
  • South African Railways Narrow-gauge Locomotives, 680
  • Superheater Engines for the Indian State Railways, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, 384, 386
  • Trevithick Locomotive and Mixed Train on the Cromford and High Peak Railway, 546, 552

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign:

  • Bergmann Single-phase Locomotive for the Dessau-Bitterfeld Railway, 11
  • Brown-Boveri Single-phase Locomotive with Deri Motor for the Midi Railway, 11
  • Chinese Government Railways, “ Atlantic ” Type Express Locomotive, 222, 223 {Two- page Sup-plemeftt, August. 1912)
  • Cordova Central Railways, Metre Gauge Express Locomotive, 680
  • Erie Railroad, “ Mikado ” Type Locomotives for, 103
  • Hoosac Tunnel Single-phase Locomotives, 326
  • Italian Locomotives Past and Present (Progress of Italian Railways), 241
  • Italian State Railways, Express Goods Locomotive, 656 (Two-paga Supplement^ December 1912)
  • Italian State Railways, New Locomotives for, 224
  • LJitschberg Tunnel, Single-phase Locomotive, 594
  • New York, New Haven and Hartford Single-phase Locomotives, 275
  • St. Clair Tunnel Railroad Single-phase Locomotive, 416
  • Shunting Locomotives for the New York, New Haven and Hartford Single-phase Railway, 256
  • Sicilian Fruit Trade. Locomotives for, ()56 {Two-page Supplement, December 'lOth, 1912)
  • Siernens-Schuckert 2(),000-Volt Locomotive and Train, with Motor, 'Transformer and Connections, 10
  • Spanish Railway Metre-gauge Mixed Traffic Locomotive, 680
  • Spokane and Inland Empire 72-Ton Singlephase Locomotive, and 49-Ton A.C. and D.C. Locomotive, 482
  • Swiss Federal Railways Balanced Compound Express Engine, 233
  • Virginian Railway, 335-Ton Locomotive and 'render, American Locomotive Company, 282 {Two-page Supplement, September 13zA, 1912)
  • RAIN and Floods, 254
  • Rainfall in East Anglia on zVugust 26th last. Dr. Mill, 682
  • Raw Materials of the Portland Cement Industry, Percy S. Barber, 481, 535
  • Reactance in Transformers, W. S. Moody, 686 Refrigerating Machines, Theory of. Dr. Grind- ley, 676, 669
  • Refrigerating Machines, Vapour Compression, Professor Anderson, 676, 581, 669 Regulation of International Exhibitions, 416 Reid, F., on Rescue Apparatus for Coal Mines, 299
  • Reminiscences of an Old Engineer, 418 Report, Merchant Shipping—see Ships, General Matters
  • Reservoir, Balancing, at CeJcgoIo, 351, 352 Resistance of Goods Wagons, 305 ; (Letter), 501 Revival of the Iron Age, 570
  • Rhine—North Sea Ship Canal, Proposed, 614 Rifle Bar'’els, Vibration of, F. Carnegie, G07 Riveting of Boiler Ends, Hydraulic, Caledon
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 3 J 0 Road Locomotives, Internal Combustion, John Fowler and Co., 36, 621
  • Road Problem, Sir J. Macdonald, 327
  • Road Roller, Superheated Steam, and Scarifier, Ruston, iToctor and Co., 37
  • Rock Drill, Air Hammer, Hardy Patent Pick Company, 156
  • Rock Drill, Simplex Imperial, 192
  • Rock Drill Works at Carn Brae, Cornwall,
  • R. Stephens and Son, 191 Rock Drills in Cornwall, 97, 113, 191 Roller Mill Plant, “ MuItum-in-Parvo,” E. R. and F. Turner, 37
  • Roller Mill Plant and Wheat Separator, The “.Compactum,” Samuelson and Co., Limited, 37
  • Rolling Mill Engines, 12,000 H.P. Vertical, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 252, 260 ; (Correction), 290
  • Rolling Mill Practice in the United States, Di\ d. Puppe, 390
  • Rolling Mills, Reversing, Steam Engines for Driving, E. G. Sehmer, 174
  • Rolling Stock—see Railways and Railway Locomotives
  • Rolls to Replace Stamps, 217
  • Rose, 'T. K., on Annealing of Coinage Alloys, 353 Rosenhain, Dr. W., and Mr. D. Ewen, on
  • Inter-crystalline Cohesion in Metals, 354 Royal Agricultural Society—see Exhibitions Royal Commission on Sewage, 696 Rudder for the Allan Liner Calgarian, Fair- field Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 658
  • Russia, Shipbuilding iti, 334
  • SACK Shoot, Robinson, 37
  • Safety of Life at Sea, 250
  • Safety at Sea, 441
  • Safety at Sea, Motor Ships and, 67
  • Salt Subsidences at Northwich, 614
  • Sand Blast Rolling Barrel, Peter Hooker,
  • Limited, 180
  • Saw, Horizontal Band, J. Pickles and Son, 331
  • Sawing, Planing and Jointing Machiiie, Box
  • Board, J. G. Bolinders, 308
  • Sawing Machines—see also Machine Tools Scoop, Land Levelling, J. and H. McLaren, 555 Scottish Water Power, Economic Aspect of,
  • A. Newlands, 32G ; (Letters), 397, 422 Scrapers for American Earthwork, 145 Screw Machines—see Machine Tools Screw Propellers—see Ships Second Law of Thermodynamics and the
  • “ Death ” of Energy, C, P. Steinmetz, 103 Segregation in Steel—see Iron and Steel Sehmer, E. G., on Steam Engines for Driving
  • Reversing Rolling Mills, 174 Self-acting Weir—see Weir Sewage Disposal Works, Bradford, 484, 494 Sewage Disposal Works at Ilkeston, 354, 358 Sew’age Distributor, New Form of, Meehan and
  • Sons, 64
  • Sewage, Royal Commission on, 596 Sewage Sludge Disposal at Oldham, 518

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • “ Closed Circuit ” Air Transmission for a Gas-engined Vessel, 99
  • Clyde Improvements, 599
  • Corrugated Ship, Captain G. S. Macllwaine, 408
  • Germanischer Lloyd Rules, 223
  • Harbour Dues anti Measurement for Tonnage, Reorganisation of, Oberlehrer H. Herner, 593
  • Lloyd’s Register of Ships, 38, 475
  • Marine Engines and Motors—see Engines Marine Propulsion by Electric Transmission, H. A. Mavor, 312
  • Merchant Shipping Advisory Committee, Report, 201, 203
  • Motor Ships and Safety at Sea, 67
  • Nine Months’ Clyde Shipbuilding, 437 Painting the Bilges of Steamers, 338- Propeller Blade Area, 677
  • Prussian Towing Monopoly, 608 Rudder for the Allan Liner Calgarian, Fair- field Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 658
  • Safety of Life at Sea, 250
  • Safety at Sea, 441
  • Screw Propeller Design, 215 ; (Letters), 311, 339
  • Shipbuilding Competition in, 522 Shipbuilding in Russia, 334 Shipyards—see Works
  • Steamship Centenary Celebral ions, 104 Strength of Ships, 6
  • Stresses in the Longitudinal Structure of Steel Merchant Vessels, Professor Otto Lienau, 592 i
  • Suction. Between Vessels, Professor A. H.
  • Gibson and J. H. Thompson, 313 I
  • Tonnage Laws, A. R. Liddell, 50 Transmission Gear for Marine xVIotor.s, 227 I Dnsinkability of Alodern Ships, Professor i
  • O. Flamin, 592 I

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: British Navy:

  • Audaciou.s, H. M. Battleship, 299
  • Firedrake, H.Al. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 129 King George W, H.M. Dreadnought, o54 Shark, TLAl. Torpedo-boat Destroyer,. Swan, Hunter and Wighain Richardson, Limited, 501 ; (Correction), 528

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • Clyde and Naval Work, 578
  • Commission on Oil Engines for the Navy, 95 Dock for Testing the Strength of Submarine Vessels, Alajor Laurenti, 332, 337
  • Early Development of the Diesel Tlngine, Dr. Diesel, 568
  • Internal Stresses, especially Tensile, and the Resulting Ailments in Structural Parts, Professor E. Heyu, 569
  • Motive Aleflia of tlie Diesel Alotor with Special Regard to Ocean Navigation, .Dr. Aufhauser, 568
  • Problem, of Surface Resistance, Professor Dr. Griinbel, 569
  • Progress of Warships and Alachincry under Construction in England, 34
  • 'Turbine and Battle.ships, 192

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Foreign Navies:

  • French Destroyers Dague and Cinictcrre, 181 French Torpedo-boat destroyer Francis Garnier, 366
  • German Battle-cruiser Goeben, 249, 250
  • Italian Submersible Atropo, 49

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • African Liner Abosso, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 671
  • Calgarian, Rudder for the Allan Liner, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 658
  • Comet, Centenary of the Launch, 104
  • Comte de Flandro, Shallow-draught Steamer for the Congo, 684
  • Diesel-engined Ship with Electrical Transmission, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 233
  • Eavestono, Single-screw Alotor Ship, Sir Raylton Dixon and Co., 433 [Two Two- page Supplements, October 2bth, 1912)
  • French Liner France, 8, 14
  • Greenore, Cross-channel Turbine Passenger Steamer, Cammell, Laird and Co., 234 ; (Correction), 264
  • Juno, 1100 B.H.P. Diesel Alotor Ship, 514 {Two-page Supplem-ent, November \oth, 1912), {Two-page Supplement, November 22nd, 1912)
  • Motor Ship ATonte Penedo, Hciwaldtswerke Company, 230, 244
  • Reina Victoria Eugenia, Combir^ed Recipro- eating and Turbine Stcam.ship, 311
  • Rolandseck, Diesel Alotor Ship, Carels- Tecklenborg, 550, 632 {Two-page Supplement, December Vi^th, 1912)
  • Sea-going Tug-boat Dreadful, J. Pollock and Co., 310
  • Selandia’s Maiden Voyage, 69
  • Titanic, Report on th© Loss of, 123, 124
  • SHIPBUILDING—see Ships
  • Shipbuilding Works—see Works
  • Shops and Drawing-office, 41 ; (Letters), 21,47,90
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Siemens’ Works—see Works
  • Signalling Currents, Feeble, Methods of Magnifying, 674
  • Simple Engine, Investigation—see Engines Single-phase Railways—see Railways
  • Slotting Machines—see Machine 'Tools
  • Smoke Precipitation by Electricity, 340 Socialist Enterprise, Failure of, 361
  • Societies—sec Associations, &c.
  • Solution of Labour 'Troubles, 124
  • Sound Rails, 387
  • Southey, F., on Extension of Siemens’ Work? at Woolwich, 328 ; (Letters), 397, 450
  • Spanish Hydro-electric Power Undertaking, 384
  • Specifications, International, 334
  • Spencer, H., on Fixed Charges in the Machine Sliop and the Depreciation of Machine Tools, 321, 373 ; (Letter), 422
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, 35—see also in Coal Mines
  • Spring Governor, Au Improved. The Hartui'g, 258
  • Stamps in Dolcoath Mine, 113
  • Stamps, Friction Drop, B. and S. Massey, 340 Standardisation of Automobile Parts, 22
  • Stead, Dr. J. E., on When Steel Freezes, 518
  • Steam Engines—see .Engines, also Railway Locomotives
  • Steel —see Iron and Steel
  • Steinmetz, C. P.. on The Second Law of Thermodynamic.? and the ” Death ” of Energy, 103
  • Sterilisation of Water by Ultra-violet Rays, 152
  • Stockport—see Water Supply
  • Straightening Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Stresses in Springs and other Bodies, Experimental Determination, &c., Professor E. G. Coker, 298
  • Strikes, &c.—see Labour
  • Stumpf Engines—see Engines
  • Subaqueous Water Mains, 327
  • Suction Gas Plant and Gas Engine with Stauffer Lubricator, Davey, Paxman and Co., 20
  • Suction Hopper Dredger, Sea-going, Werf Gusto, 287
  • Suction between Vessels, Professor A. H. Gibson and J. H. Thompson, 313
  • Sun Power Pumping Installation in Egypt, 393
  • Superheated Steam : Its h3fTect upon Power in the Cylinder, C. R. King, 137
  • Superheaters, Two 'Types of Single-headed, 'T. Sugden, Limited, 683
  • Sripplement {Twen'y-p'ige}, British Machine 'Tools at the Olympia Exhibition, October 18th, 1912
  • Supplements, Illustrations only—see Separate Section of Index
  • Sydney’s 'Transit Requirements, 669
  • Symon, G., on Mechanical Haulage, 59.3
  • TAR Oils for Diesel Engines
  • (missing lines)
  • Thornton. Professor W. M., on Ignition of Gaseous Mixtures by Momentary Electric Arcs, 271
  • Tiltometer, George Kent, Limited, 458
  • Timber, Deckloads of, A. R. Liddell, 86
  • Tin Box Making Machines, F. E. Adams
  • Pressure Tool Company, 431 4’in Mines—see Mines in Cornwall Tin-plates, Manufacture of, 422
  • Tonnage Laws, A. R. Taddell, 50
  • Torsion Meter, A Universal, Denny-Edgecombe, 98
  • Traction Engines, Oil, at Doncaster, Petters. Limited, 37
  • Tractor, Compound Steam, Marshall, Sons and Co., 622
  • Tractor, Compound Steam, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 621
  • Tractor, Light Steam, Agricultural, Mann’s Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Company, j Limited, 621 I
  • Tractor, Steam, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 19 'Tractors, Agricultural, at Doncaster, 18 Tractors and Agricultural Machinery at Smithfield, Ransomes, Sims and Jeffries, Limited, 622
  • Tractors, Oil and Steam Traction Engines, at Doncaster, Marshall, 18
  • Trade Boom, Progress of the, 258
  • Trade Improvement, 91 Trade, Oversea, 47, 407
  • Trade. Oversea, Half-year’s, 47 'Trades Unions—see Labour Trafiic Problems—see Tramways 'Train Ferry Steamer for India, A. and J, Inglis, Limited, 421
  • Trains—see Railways
  • Tramway Works at Buenos Aires, 520, 525 'Pramways, Cable, 'Pearing Up, 290 'Tramways, London County Council, 632 Tramways in Parma, Single-phase, 640 'Pr.a isifc Requirements in Syrlney, 659 'Pransmission Gear for Marine Motors, 227 'Prenching and Ditching Machines, 268. 278. 336 'Pucker, A. E., on the Joining of Melals, 377 'Punnel Memorials, (545
  • 'Pimnel, Woolwich Footway, 4 62 'Piirbinc and Battleships, 192 'Purbine, The Curtis Steam, R. F. Halliwell, 655 'Turbine-driven Generators, 495, 600 Turbine, Exhaust Gas, Churchill-Shann, 206 Turbine, Gas, Dugald Clerk on, 297 'Turbine, Large Steam, Escher Wyss, 366 'Purbine, Water, Generating Set, J, J. Armfield and Co., 432
  • Turbines, 10,000 H.P. High-pressure Biaschina Power Station, 482 (Two-paqe Supplement, 'November St/i-, 1912) .
  • Turner, Professor T., on Oxygen m Brass, 3 / /
  • UNINUENTURED Apprentices, 495
  • VACUUM Brake Ejector, Davies and Metcalfe, 102
  • Vacuum Cleaner AiJplicd to Industrial Purposes, 459
  • Valve, Gibbs’ Sentinel Meter, with Manometer, 410
  • Valve, A, H. Twells’, for Pump with Hot Liquids. 283 , * x f
  • Valve Gear Diagrams and the Apparatus for Drawing Them, Professor M. E. Dalby, .)/, 81
  • Valve, Hydraulic, J. Jenkins and Son 21
  • Valve, Petrol, and Kilter, W. P. Nesbitt, G83
  • Valves, Locomotive—see also Railway Locomotives
  • Valves, Surplus Steam and Steam Stop, Alley and Maclellan, 410 .
  • Valves, Electrically Operated—see Electrical Matters
  • Ventilation of Mines—see Mmes
  • Venturi Meter Apparatus for Lime V atcr, .>3
  • Vernon, P. V., on Milling Machine Experiments, 574,’ 577 _
  • Viaducts. Railway—see Railways
  • WAGON, Light Steam, Wallis and Steevens. Limited, 022
  • Wagon, Steam Motor, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited, 621
  • Wagon, Steam Motor, Richard Garrett, 622 Wagons, Electric Tip, at Buonos Aires, A. Koppel, 525
  • AVall, T. K., on Hysteresis Loss in Iron, &c., -Jo

WAR MATERIAL AND WAR MATTERS:

  • Military Aeroplane Competitions, 247, 254 Rifle Barrels, Vibration of, K. Carnegie, 661 War-oUice Subsidies for Petrol Motor Lorries, 174
  • Warships—see Ships
  • WASTE of Water, 95 ; (Letter), 132
  • Water Cooling Tower, Hudson Economiser Co.,
  • Water Mains, Subaqueous, Laying, 327
  • Water Recorder, Clemesha-Smith, Leeds Meter Co., Limited, 458
  • Water, Seif-pollution by Natural (xr.iwths, H. Garrett, 49
  • Water Softener, Kennicott, 410
  • Water Softeners, Lassen and Hjorb, 41-

WATER SUPPLY:

  • Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge, and Dukinfield Waterworks, 300, 302, 304
  • Bombay, 87
  • Buenos Aires Water Supply, /4 Derwent Valley Waterworks, 59, 248, 646, 650 {Two-p^ge Supplement.. July \^tht 1912)
  • Exmouth, 174 .
  • Laving Subaqueous Mater Alains, 327. Lcice^^er Water Supply from the Derwent
  • Valley, 69, 248, 646, 6o0^ Metropolitan Water Board, 671 Sterilisation of Water by Ultra-violet Rays, 151
  • Stockport, New Waterworks for, 29, 40 Use of Copper Sulphate in Purifying Water
  • Supplies, C. Embrey 50
  • Waste of Water, 95 ; (Letter), 132
  • Water Supply for Eire Purposes, 129
  • WEATHERING of Portland Stone, Experiments. Dr. J. S. Owens, 299
  • Weir, Self-acting, and Floodgate, Henry Davey, Wheat Distributors for Silos, Pottingev s,
  • Whipple, R. S., on the Eery Bomb Calorimeter, ^98
  • White, Edmund, on Thorium and its Com- WlnU^
  • William H., on the Place of Mathematics in Engineering Practice, Ml, 367
  • Wicksteed, C., on Reciprocating Straight-blade Sawing Machines, 139
  • Wilson, Professor E., on Exposure lests ot Light Aluminium Alloys, 298
  • Wimperis, H. E., on the Acceleration ot a Wn“,H: E' on the Design of Motor Wire'’piSng?Somo Aspects ot, Percy Long- Wire'^Ropes for Lifting Appliances, &c., D.
  • Adamson, 138, 159 c o- .
  • Wireless Telegraphy, and Strays m. Dr. Eccles, 3-o
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 1 roblems in, Di. J. Wood Ttefuse^ Gas Producer, Davey, Paxman Woodto'iking^Machine.s at (llympia, AVadkin and Co., 459 .
  • Woodworking Machmery, Robinson, 3/ Woolwich Footway 'runnel, 462 Workmen’s Compensation—see Labour

WORKS:

  • WORLD’S Metal Statistics, 38
  • Worm Gearing at Liverpool University, H. Wallwork and Co., 233
  • Wreck Statistics for 1911, 132

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