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The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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ACCIDENTS:

  • American Railway, 42.3
  • Engine Derailments, 369
  • Foundering of the Regina Margherita Genoa Harbour, 221
  • Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway, Colonel Sir A. Yorke’s Report, 117
  • Lombardstown Railway Accident, Colonel von Donop’s Report, 156
  • Midland Railway, 76
  • Mining Accidents, 547 Monoplanes, Accidents to, 151
  • Three Recent Railway Accidents, 448
  • Two Railway, 560
  • Two Recent Railway Accidents, 207

AERONAUTICS:

  • Accidents to Monoplanes, 151
  • Aeroplane Engines and the Government, G34
  • Exhibition at Olympia, 204
  • Flying Machines, A. V. Roe, 311
  • Hydro-aeroplanes, Donnet - Leveque and Miranda IV., 397 ; (Letter), 421
  • Hydroplane Developments, 20
  • Hydrovol, Captain Guidoni, 58
  • Hydrovol, Lieutenant Calderara’s, 198
  • Longitudinal Stability of Skimmers and Hydro-aeroplanes, J. E. Steele, 304, 397
  • Notes on Modern Airship Construction, Baron A. Roenne, 303
  • Prizes for Hydro vol Flights, 358
  • Scientific Instruments, Their Design and Use in Aeronautics, Horace Darwin, 040
  • Sperry Aeroplane Stabiliser, 600, 007
  • Sunbeam Aviation Engine, 394
  • AIR, Compressed—see Compressed Air
  • Air Filters for Turbo-generators, 393
  • Air Pumps, Influence of, on the Military Efficiency of Turbine-engined Warships, D. B. Morison, 279 ; (Letter), 316
  • Allott, H. N., on Construction of Engineering Workshops, 277
  • Alloys, Binary, G. H. Gulliver on, 313
  • Aluminium, Corrosion of. Dr. G. H. Bailey, 312
  • American Drills for Deep Rock Cutting, 632, 636
  • AMERICAN ENGINEERING IN 1912, 113, 142
  • Bridges and Tunnels, 143
  • Buildings, 143 Electrification and Electric Railways, 171
  • Engineering Conventions, 144
  • Iron and Steel, 113
  • Irrigation and Drainage, 114
  • Locomotives and Rolling Stock, 176
  • Marine Engineering 115 Mechanical Engineering, 114
  • Mining, 114
  • Railways, 170
  • Rivers, Canals and Docks, 114 Streets and Roads, 143 Tramways, 14.3
  • Water Supply and Sewerage, 142
  • AMERICAN Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Animal Growths in Water Pipes, S. C. Chapman, 667

ANNUAL ARTICLES:

  • AERONAUTICS, 20
  • Dirigible Balloons, 21
  • Hydro-aeroplane and the Aeroplane Boat 21
  • Improvement of Details, 21
  • Military Aviation, 21
  • BRIDGES, 20
  • CHEMISTRY IN 1912, G
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1912, 9
  • Batteries, 10
  • Driving in Workshops, 10
  • Dynamos and Motors, 9
  • Instruments, 10
  • Introductory, 9
  • Lighting, 10
  • Power Plants, 9
  • Railways, 9
  • Ship Propulsion, 10
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 10
  • Vehicles, 10
  • GAS SUPPLY IN 1912, 35
  • By-products and Fuel Oils from Coal, 35
  • Gas Legislation, 35
  • Metropolis, 'The, 35
  • Works Plant, 35
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS, 1912, 3, 32
  • Buckie, 32
  • Clyde, The, 32
  • Dover, 3
  • Dundee, 32
  • Fishguard, 4
  • Goole, 4
  • Harbour Works Abroad, 32
  • Humber, 'The, 3
  • Ipswich, 4
  • Leith, 32
  • London, Port of, 3
  • Mersey, 'The, 3
  • Methil, 32
  • Padstow, 4
  • Port Talbot,
  • Kibble, 'The,
  • Rosy th, 32
  • Stonehaven,
  • Tyne, The, 4
  • LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERING, 1G
  • British, IG ; (Letters), 129, I8G
  • Foreign, 17
  • MARINE ENGINEERING IN 1912, 5
  • MARINE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES, 19
  • Auxiliary Machinery, 20
  • Design, 20
  • Fuel, 20
  • General, 19
  • Year’s Work, 1 9
  • MOTOR CARS IN 1912, 35
  • RAILWAYS, 17
  • Europe, The Continent of, 18
  • Greater Britain, 18
  • Other Railways, 19
  • United Kingdom, 17
  • SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1912, I
  • General Retrospect, 4
  • Ilkeston, New Disposal Works at, 4
  • Leeds, New Works for, 5
  • London Main Drainage, North Side, 4
  • London Main Drainage, South Side, 4
  • Recovery of Grease from Sewage Sludge, 4
  • Royal Commission, 4
  • St. Petersburg, New Scheme for, 5
  • Sewage Tank, New Type of, 5
  • Sludge Disposal, Other Novel Methods of,4
  • WARSHIP CONSTRUCTION IN
  • WATER SUPPLY IN 1912, 11
  • Birkenhead Water, Al wen Bombay, New Works for,
  • Buenos Aires, Important Scheme for, 1 1
  • Charges for London Water. 1 I
  • Derwent Valley Works, 1 1
  • General Retrospect, 11
  • Loch Arklet Works, 11
  • Manchester Water Supply, 11
  • Mechanical Filters, 11
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 11
  • St. Petersburg, New Supply for Suburbs, 12
  • Singapore, Waterworks Extension at, 11
  • APPRENTICES and Evening Classes, D.
  • Brown and Sons, Limited, 186
  • Apprentices, Regulations for, at Mather and Platt’s Works, 49
  • Approximate Stability, Some Further Notes on,
  • A. R. Liddell, 432
  • Armatures—see Electrical Matters Armour Plate Pool, International, 124
  • Arniberg Hydro-electric Power Station, 217, 226 {Two-page Supplement, February 1913)
  • Artesian Well, Deep, and Deferrating Plant, 2

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES.

  • Association, British Engineers’:
  • First Provincial Meeting, 478
  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge :
  • Some Notes on the Design and Economy of Diesel Oil Engines, Capt. H. Riall Sankey 421
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Construction of Engineering Workshops, H. N. Allott, 211
  • Continuous Package Conveyors for Factories, W. H. Atherton, 207
  • Flying Machines, A. V. Hoe, 311
  • Association, The Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
  • Annual Convention, 664, 678
  • Annual General Meeting and Visits, 679
  • Electric Vehicles, Messrs. Watson and Mitchell, 679
  • Filtration of Air for Electrical Machinery, .1. Christie, 678
  • Presidential Address. C. E. Shawfield. 664
  • Institute, Iron and Steel
  • Annual Dinner, 492
  • Annual Meeting, 395,
  • Awards, 492
  • Cold Flow of Steel, P.
  • Corrodibility of Nickel, Nickel-chromium Steels, J. N. Friend and others, 507
  • Economy of Dry Blast, Professor J. von Ehrenwerth, 491
  • Electrically Driven Continuous Running Reversing Mill, A. Lamberton, 490
  • Influence of Silicon on the Corrosion of Cast Iron, J. N. Friend and C. W. Marshall, 476, 492
  • Influence of Sulphur on the Stability of Iron Carbide in the Presence of Silicon, W. H. Hatfield, 491
  • Production of Sound Steel by Lateral Compression of the Ingot, &c., B. Talbot, 489, 501
  • Programme of Annual Meeting, 395
  • Some Fundamental Faxdts of Present-day Furnaces and their
  • Reynolds, 518, 532
  • Tenacity, Defonmation, Soft Steel at High Rosenhain and J. C. AW. Humfrey, 520
  • The (Critical Ranges of Pure Iron, with Special Reference to the A., Inversion, Dr. H. C. N. ~
  • Institute of Italian Mechanical Naval and Mechanical Engineers
  • Curtis Turbine,
  • Deficiency of Protection in Dreadnought•<, General Cuniberti, 85
  • Diesel Engines, Ing. Laurenti, 85
  • Frahm Anti-rolling Tank, Alajor N. Pecoraro, 139
  • Marine Aviation, Captain Guidoni, 58 Meeting at Spezia, 58, 85, 112
  • Proper Placing of Engines in Battleships. Col. Rota, 85 ; (Letter), 155
  • Standardisation of Propelling Organs in Battleships, Captain Fea, 112
  • Institute of Marine Engineers:
  • Liquid Fuel as a Source of Energy for the
  • Propulsion of Ships, &c., C. Zulver, 221, 227
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, J. E. Milton, 128
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Annual Meeting, 284, 312
  • Corrosion of Aluminium, Dr. G. H. Bailey, 312
  • Corrosion of Distilling Condenser Tubes, Arnold Philip, 312
  • Metal Filament Lamps, Alexander Siemens, 312
  • Microstructure of German Silver, O. Hudson, 313
  • Nomenclature of Alloys, Names of Committee, 285
  • Practical Heat Treatment of Admiralty Gun-metal, J. S. G. and H. S. Primrose, 31.3 President and Council Elected ; Report ; Dinner, 28.5
  • Quantitative Effect of Rapid Cooling on Binary Alloys, G. 14. Gullixer, 31.3
  • Institute, North of England, of Mining and Mechanical Engineers:
  • Essentials of Safety in Coal Mining, W. C. Blackett, 420
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
  • Visit to the United States, 210
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Assuan Dam, &e., M. Macdonald, 440
  • Bridging Operations Conducted under Military Conditions, Capt. C. E. P. Sankey, 76
  • Canton-Kowloon Railway : British Section, G. W. Eves, 157
  • Canton—Kowloon Railway : Chinese Section, F. Grove and B. T. Boothby, 157
  • City Passenger Transportation in the United States, G. D. Snyder, 292
  • Institution of Civil Engineers {continued}*.
  • Coastal Sand Travel near Madras Harbour, Sir F. J. K. Spring, 421
  • Durban Harbour, South Africa, C, W. Methven, 232
  • Erection of the Boucanne River Viaduct, Canada, P. L. Pratley, 232
  • Frame Thomson Lectures, 588
  • London and South-Western and Metropolitan District Railways, Widening between Acton-lane and Galena-road, E. A. Ogilvie, 128
  • Measurement of the Flow of the River Derwent, Derbyshire, E. Sandenian, 395
  • Natal Harbour Works, C. J. Crofts, 232
  • Pass last, February Examinations, 320
  • Tidal Waters as a Source of Power, C. A. Battiscoinbe, 494
  • Yield of Various Catchment Areas in Scotland, W. C. Reid, 395
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Applications of Wireless Telegraphy to Time
  • Signals, Commandant Ferrie, 583
  • Continuous-current Thury System, J. S. Highfield, 583
  • Electrification of Paris Suburban Lines of the State Railway, M. A. N. Mazen, 557
  • Examination for Associate Membership, Regulations, 395
  • High-tension Continuous-current Traction, M. L. Gratzmuller, 567
  • Paris Aleeting Programme, 395, 557, 583
  • Phase Advancers, Professor Miles Walker, 77 Railway Electrification Problems in the
  • United States, M. H. Parodi, 557
  • Self-synchronising Machines, Dr. IL Rosenberg, 390, 392
  • Single-phase Traction, Monsieur Ijatour, 583 Summer Meeting—see Paris
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • Awards ; Reports of the Carbonisation Committee and the Refractory Materials Committee, 055
  • Coke Oven Carbonisation, AV. Chaney, 055
  • Gaseous Heating, E. W. Smith and C. M. Walter, 050
  • Jubilee Dinner, 050
  • Jubilee Meeting, 039, 055
  • Liquid Purification, Dr. W. B. Davidson, 050
  • Programme of Papers, 050
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • Anniversary Dinner, 432
  • Annual General Meeting, 197, 203
  • Awards for Papers, Prizes, Elections, 197
  • Engineering Research Committee, Proposed, 432
  • Examination for Membership, 197
  • Indicators, J. G. Stewart, 91, 95, 102, 131
  • Modern Condensing Systems, A. E. L. Scanes, 197, 234, 202
  • Presidential Address, Sir H. F. Donaldson, 432
  • Some Effects of Superheating and Feed-water Heating on Locomotive Working, F. H. Trevithick and P. J. Cowan, 300, 314, 331, 303, 377
  • Summer Meeting, Programme, 395
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • Breathing Apparatus, Self-contained, The Usefulness of, J. R. L. Allott, 035
  • Coal Dust Explosions in Mines; Thermal A^ahie of the Slow Combustion of Coal Dust, 035
  • General Meeting, 035
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy :
  • Annual Dinner, 200
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Annual Meeting, 230, 278, 290, 300, 317, 328, 343, 397, 423
  • Calculation of Stability in Non-intact Conditions, Professor W. S. Abell, 303
  • Compressed Air for Working Auxiliaries in Ships Propelled by Internal Combustion Engines, AV. Reavell, 303, 317
  • Distribution of Stresses Due to Rivets in a Plate, Professor E. J. Coker and Mr. W. A. Scoble, 329
  • Energy System Accompanying the Motion of Bodies through Air and Water, Professor J. B. Henderson, 303 ,
  • Influence of Air Pumps on the Military Efficiency of Turbine-engined Warships, D. B. Morison, 279
  • Large Deck-houses, J. F. King, 328, 343
  • Launching Declivities for Ships and Influence upon Poppet and Way-end Pressures, A. Hiley, 328
  • Longitudinal Stability of Skimmers and Hydro-aeroplanes, J. E. Steele, 304, 397
  • Mechanical Gearing for the Propulsion of Ships, Sir C. Parsons, 300
  • Methodical Experiments with Mechanical Ship Forms, G. S- Baker, 328, 501
  • Notes on Modern Airshq) Construction, Baron A, Roenne, 303
  • Programme, 230 ;
  • Award, Presidential Address, 278
  • Recent Developments in Battleship Type, A. H. Burgoyne, 279, 290
  • Safety of Life at Sea, P, A, Hillhouse, 078, 093
  • Shipbuilding Contracts, L. Peskett, 077 Stresses in a Plate Due to the Presence of
  • Cracks and Sharp Corners, C. E. Inglis, 329
  • Stresses in Stayed Cylindrical Shells, C. E. Stromeyer, 329, 42.3
  • Summer Meeting in Glasgow, 440, 012, 077 Visits to Works of G. and J. Weir, Limited, J. Lang and Son. Limited, T. Shanks and Co.. Limited, D. Colville and Sons, Limited. Lanarkshire Steel Company, C78
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • Triple-expansion Engine and Geared Turbines in Cargo Steamers, C. AV. Cairns, 014
  • Institution, Royal:
  • Programme, 320
  • Recent Research on the Gas Engine, Proffessob B. Hopkinson, 150, 109
  • Institution of Shipbuilders and Engineers in Scotland :
  • Design and Construction of Oil Steamers,
  • J. Montgomerie, 332
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Examination, Rules, &c., 117
  • How to Improve the Status of Engineers and Engineering, &c., W. Ransom, 395
  • President’s Address, 248
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • Phenomenon of Yield Point in Metals under Stress, W. Mason, 183
  • Some Applications of Compressed Air and its Measurement, G. J. Gibbs. 183
  • Vagaries of Engineering Practice, J. H. Gibson, 51
  • Society, Royal :
  • Conversazione, 499, 630
  • Society, Royal Agricultural, of England ;
  • Regulations for Machine Trials and Exhibition. 75
  • ASSUAN Dam, &-c., M. Macdonald, 440
  • Assuan Dam, l^aks in the, 464, 528 ; (Letters) 460, 504, 524, 560, 604, 653; (Correction 494 .
  • Assuan Uam and its_ Recent Development
  • Sir Hanbury Brown, 57, 83; (Letter), 450 Atmospheric Pollution, 186
  • Australia, Unification of Railway Gauges in, 673
  • Australia’s Submarine—see Ships, British Navy Automatic Electric Light Plant, R. A. Lister and Co., Limited, 220


  • BAILEY, Dr. G. H.
  • (missing lines)
  • BOILERS:
  • Boilermakers, The, Engines and Boilers of C
  • Boeton, 84, 115 {Two-page Supplement, January 2^th, 1913), {Two-page Supplement, January Sl^L 1913)
  • Furnace, External, for Steam Boilers, Edgar C. Mills, 48
  • Prevention of Corrosion in Boilers and Condensers, Cumberland Syndicate, 663
  • Ruston, Proctor’s Boiler Works, 552 (Two- page Supplement, May 23rc', 1913)
  • Smoke Prevention in Steam Boilers, C. W. Fulton, 524 ; (Correction), 599
  • BOMBAY Docks, 429, 442
  • Bombay, Sanitation of, 543
  • Bombay, Tata Hydro-electric Works, 599 Books of Reference, 40, 127, 200, 224, 396 421, 437, 602, 624 ; (Correction), 639

BRIDGES:

  • Bascule Bridges, Strauss Bascule Bridge Company, 340
  • Bridging Operations—see War Matters
  • Chingford Reservoir, Bridges over Channels and River Diversion, 323, 334 {Two-paae Supplement, March 2Stk, 1913)
  • Ferro-concrete Bridge over the River Lagan, 493
  • Granville-street Bridge, Vancouver, 65, 68
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridge over the Tiber at Rome, 629
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, New Bridges at, 46, 65, 68 {Two-page Supplement, January \(}th, 1913)
  • Westminster-avenue Bridge, Vancouver, 46 {Two-page Supplement, January lO^A, 1913)
  • BRITISH Engineers and China, Professor C. A. M. Smith, 66
  • British Machinery at Ghent, 647
  • British Trade with Russia, 548
  • Brown, Sir Hanbury, on the Assuan Dam and its Recent Development, 57, 83
  • Brown, Sir Hanbury and Sir W. Willcocks, on the Drainage of Egypt, 182, 246, 299; 327, 416, 433, 464, 471, 528; (Letters), 450, 504, 524, 560, 604, 653
  • Bruce, A. F., on Discharge of Pipes, 636 ; (Letters), 560
  • Bulk Water Meter,, Palatine Engineering Company, 412
  • Buoyant Deck Seats, Board of Trade Instructions, 212
  • Burgoyne, A. H.. on Recent Developments in
  • Battleship Type, 279. 290
  • CAIRNS, C. W., on Triple-expansion Engines and Geared Turbines in Cargo Steamers, 614
  • Caissons for Tripoli Harbour Work, 541, 554
  • Calculation of Stability in Non-intact Conditions, Professor W. S. Abell, 303
  • Calderara’s, Lieutenant, Hvdrovol, 198
  • Calendars, &c., for 1913, 29, 75, 200
  • Cam Roller Clearances, 216
  • Canal, Forth and Clyde Ship, 228
  • Canal, Proposed Georgian Bay Ship, 353
  • Carbonaceous Dusts, Inflammability and Explosibihty of, d07
  • Carpenter, Dr. H. C. H. on The Critical Ranges ot Pure Iron with Special Reference to the ^2 Inversion, 621
  • Catalogues, 28, 81, 106, 160, 210, 264 320 346 372, 400, 426, 464. 538, 587, 639, 696 ’
  • Cement, Sand, 622
  • Census of Production, 25
  • Census of Production Report, A. W. Flux 440 Cesspool Exhauster, Petrol Motor Vacuum Merryweather and Sons, 127 ’
  • Chain Driving—see Machine I’ools
  • Chapman, S. C., on Animal Growths in Water Pipes, .667
  • Charges for Water—Water Supply
  • China, British Engineers and Professor C. A M Smith, 66
  • China Railway Concession.^ and Contracts in 4o8 ’
  • China, Railway Technical Adviser to, 661 Chingford—see Reservoir
  • • J’’ of Air for Electrical Machinery, 678
  • Passenger Transportation in the United btates, G. D. Snyder, 292
  • Claude and Linde Processes—see Qxvfren C utch. Disc Friction, J. C. Kay and Co., 102 Clyde, Control of the, 70
  • Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES:

  • Breathing Apparatus in Coal Mines, 635
  • Coal and Coke, 45
  • Coal Dust Explosions, 635
  • Coal Washing Plant at Preston Colliery
  • Grange Foundry Company, 7, 14
  • Colliers, .Labour Q^iestions—<«?ee Labour
  • Essentials of Safety in Coal Mining W C Blackett, 420 ”
  • Explosions in Mine.s, 'Phird Report of the
  • Committee, 415, 463
  • Explosions : Influence of Obstructions,
  • Mines Committee, 650 660 ’ India, Coal Trade, 621
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal T. E. Milton, 128 ’
  • Thermal Value of Slow Combustion of Coal A w-Vi Miss A. M. Hill, 635 I
  • Utilisation of Coke Oven Gases, 656 I
  • COASTAL Sand Travel near Madras Harbour Sir F. J. E. Spring, 421
  • Coil Clutch for Roiling Mill Reversing Gear,
  • The Coil Clutch Company, Limited, 505
  • Coker, Professor E. G., and Mr. W. A Scoble on the Distribution of Stresses Due to Rivets in a Plate, 329
  • College, The Imperial, 469
  • Comet’s Engine, Maker of 474
  • Compressed Air for Working Auxiliaries in Ships, &;e.—sec Ships
  • Compressor, Air, with Ball Valves, Isaac Storey and Sons, Limited. 523
  • Concrete Construction, Reinforced, Regulations for, 682
  • Concrete Mixers at Porta Nuova, 542
  • Concrete, Reinforced, for Railway Sheds, 126 Concrete, Reinforced, Specialists, Quantity
  • Surveyors and Mr. Theobald, 8
  • Construction of Engineering Workshops H N Allott, 211 ’ * ’
  • Continuous Conveyors for Factories W H Atherton, 207 » vv. n
  • Contracts, 28, 64, 80, 10(1, 1.35, 160 188 212 238, 263, 292, 320, 347, 372, 401 424’ 454’ 480, 512, 538, 566, 592, 644, (170, (196
  • Control of Trains—see Railways
  • Controller for Mine Tubs, McBean, 50 Converting Machinery—see Electrical Matters Corrodibility—see Iron and Steel
  • Corrosion of Aluminium, Dr. G. H. Bailey, 312 Corrosion in Boilers—see Boilers
  • Corrosion of Distilling Condenser Tubes Arnold Philip, 312
  • Cost of Compensation—see Labour
  • J?.®®®’ Horizontal Hydraulic, D. Bridge and Co., 23
  • Cowan, P. J., and F. H. Trevithick, on Super- heating—-see Superheating
  • Crossing-roads, Right of Way on, 634
  • Cuniberti, General, on Deficiency of Protection in Dreadnoughts, 85
  • DAM, Assuan, Protection of Down-stream Rock Surface, &c., M. Macdonald, 440
  • Dam, Assuan, Leaks in the, 464, 528 ; (Letters) 450, 504, 524, 560, 604, 663 ; (Correction),’
  • Dam, Assuan, and its Recent Development Sir Hanbury Brown, 67, 83
  • Darling, C. R., on Recent Progress in Industrial Pyrometry, 623
  • Darwin, Horace, on Scientific Instruments ; 11^ Aeronautics, 640
  • Deck-houses, Large, J. F. King, 328, 343 Marshall, C. F., Locomotive Valve Gear,
  • Derailments—see Railway Locomotives
  • Design of Ships—see Ships
  • Destroyers—see Ships
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Disc Friction Clutch, J. C. Kay and Co., 102 Discharge of Pipes, A. F. Bruce, 636 ; (Letters), 560
  • Dock, The New Gladstone, Liverpool, 674, 684 Docks, Hughes and Alexandra, Bombay, 429, 442

DOCKYARD NOTES :

  • Argentine Battleships Moreno and Riva- davia, Slow Progress, 637
  • Austro-Hungarian Submarines Ordered from Kiel, 260
  • Chilian Torpedo-boat Destroyers Built in England, 637
  • Chinese Cruisers Ying-Swei and Chao Ho, 261
  • Dutch Motor Gunboats not yet to Hand, 2G1 Dutch Programme in Torpedo Craft, 2G1 .Floating Dock for Buenos Aires for Argentine Destroyers, &c., 8
  • French Dreadnoughts to have Quadruple Turrets, 261
  • German Imperial Yacht Ersatz-Hohen- zollern to have Fottinger Geared Turbines, 637
  • German Submarines to Carry Guns, 260 German Torpedo Boat S 178, Disaster, 261 Germany’s Contracts for Foreign Ships, 260 Greek Destroyers Bought from Germany, 637 Malaya to be Completed in 1915, 260
  • Queen Elizabeth Dreadnoughts : Question of Guns, 261
  • Russia, Question of Purchase of British-built Battleships, 637
  • Russian Armoured Cruisers and Battleships, Names and Details, 637
  • Russian Naval Machinery Made in Germany,
  • Russia’s Numerous Dreadnoughts in Course of Construction, 260
  • Russia’s Programme of Cruiser Construction, 260
  • Spanish Battleship Espana, Trials, 637
  • Spanish Naval Programme, 637
  • Taku and Janus, H.M. Destroyers, to be Sold, 637
  • Turkish Battleship under Construction in England, G37
  • Turrets, Great Variety in Different Navies, 261
  • United States Dreadnoughts, Two or One, 260 Vulcan Company’s Naval Work for Germany and Russia, 637
  • “ DOLLY ” Brake, Portable, 549
  • Drainage Projects in Egypt, Sir W. Willcocks and Sir Hanbury Brown, 182, 246, 299, 327, 416, 433, 464, 471, 528—see also Assuan Dam
  • Drainage, Railway, 403, 430
  • Drawings, Fire-proof Store for, Bollinckx, 260 Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Drills for Deep Rock Cutting, Special American, 632, 63G
  • Dry Blast—see Iron and Steel
  • Dynamometer Records—see Railway Locomotives
  • Dyson, Captain C. W., on Engineering Progress in the United States Navy, 184, 208
  • EDISON Battery—see Electrical Matters Education in India—see Technical
  • Education, Students on their, 43
  • Educational Intelligence, 89
  • Effect of Motor Traffic on Roadways, 196, 203
  • Efficiency of Locomotives—see Some Effects of Superheating
  • Egypt, Drainage Projects in, Sir W. Willcocks and Sir Hanbury Brown, 182, 246, 299, 327, 416, 433, 464, 471, 628—see also Assuan Dam
  • Egypt, Engines for Pumping Plant in Egypt, 146
  • Egypt and the Soudan, Lord Kitchener's Report on, 683
  • Eight Hours Day—see Labour

ELECTRICAL MATTERS;

  • Air Filters for Turbo-generators, 393
  • Arc Welding Plant, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 584
  • Armature Wheel for London Electric Statim, 61
  • Arniberg Hydro-electric Power Station, 217, 226 (Two-page Supplement, February 23th, 1913)
  • Au Sable River Power-house, 366
  • Automatic Electric Light Plant, “ Lister- Bruston,” 220
  • British Thomson-Houston Rotary Converters, 628, 661, 680
  • Cowans’ Induction Regulator, 661
  • Edison Storage Battery, 368
  • Electrical Control of Distant Apparatus, 206 Electric Vehicles, Messrs. Watson and Mitchel], G79
  • Filtration of Air for Electrical Machinery, J. Christie, 678
  • Improved Switch Gear, Reyrolle and Co., 669 Institution of Electrical Engineers and Papers—see Associations, &c.
  • International Electro-technical Commission, 49, 128
  • Lamps—see Lamps
  • Modern Converting Machinery, 628, 661, 680 Periodicity, 284
  • Phase Advancers, Professor Miles Walker, 77 Phase Advancing, Dr. Gisbert Kapp, 469, 473 Power Factors, 69
  • Prime Movers for Power-houses, 416 Railways and Railway Plant—see Railways Reversible Rotary, 1000-KiIowatt, Vickers
  • Limited, 681
  • Self-starting Synchronous Motors, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, 90
  • Self-synchronising Machines, Dr. E. Rosenberg, 390, 392
  • Seif-synchronising Rotary Converters, 681 Stoke-on-Trent, Electric Power-house for, 407, 414
  • Storage Batteries, 178 ; (Letter), 233
  • Tata Hydro-electric Works, 599
  • Testing Large Induction Motors, 290
  • Train Lighting, New Dynamo for, Gavan Inrig, Limited, 613
  • Transformers, Lightning Arresters and Tank at Stations of the Eastern Michigan Electric Power Company, 355, 379
  • Transmission Line, 140,000-Volt, Eastern Michigan Electric Power Company 366, 379
  • Turbo-generating Set for Locomotive Headlight, 573
  • Turbo-generators, Exhaust, Arrangement of, at Summer-lane Station, Birmingham, Dr. E. Rosenberg, 38
  • Two-cycle Diesel Engine, W. Doxford and Son, Limited, 168
  • Westinghouse Rotary Converters, 628, 680
  • ENERGY’' Syslem Accompanying the Motion of Bodies Through Air and Water, Professor J. B. Henderson, 303
  • Engine Derailments—see Railway Locomotives

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • Aeroplane Engines and the Government, 634
  • Aeroplane Engines at Olympia, 206
  • British Diesel Engines, Some Stationary, 484, 610, 643
  • Cam Koller Clearances, 210
  • Design and Economy of Diesel Oil Engines, Captain H. R. Sankey, 421
  • Diesel Marine Engine in Use, C. Zulver’s Paper on Liquid Fuel, 221, 227
  • Diesel Marine Engines, Starting of, 33
  • Engines for the Elbe Lightship, 12
  • French Sulzer Diesel Marine Engine, 459
  • Hick-Hargreave’s Diesel Engine, 516, 619 Lister Petrol Engine for Lighting Set, 220
  • Marine Diesel Engine, 200 li.P., Paolo Kind, 286
  • Marine Oil Engine, 20 H'.P. Westinghouse Brake Company, Limited, 666
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Dav’s Diesel Engine, 616, 519
  • Oil Consumption and Mean Effective Pressure of Diesel Engines, R. Royds and J. W. Campbell, 376
  • Oscillating Marine Oil Motor, C. A. Williamson, 198
  • Recent Research on the Gas Engine, Professor B. Hopkinson, 150, 169
  • Sunbeam Aviation Engine, 394
  • Two-cycle Six-cylinder Marine Diesel Engine, J. S. White and Co., 596, 606
  • Westinghouse Four-cylinder Diesel Engine, 484
  • Willans and Robinson Four-cylinder Diesel Engine, 543

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines:

  • Comet’s Engine, 474
  • Engines and Boilers of the Cargo Steamer Boeton, Central Marine Engine Works, 84, 115 {TwO‘pa(fe Supplement^ January 24th, 1913), {Two-page Supplement, January 3J.S?, 1913)
  • Shuman-Haines Steam Engine, 574, 580 Triple-expansion engine and Geared Turbines in Cargo Steamers, ('. W. Cairns, 614
  • Water Blow in Steam Engines, Tests by Societd Anon. H. Bollinckx, 419
  • ENGINEERS, British and China, Professor C. A. M. Smith, 66
  • Engineers, The Status of, &c., W. Ransom, 395 I’higineering and Commerce, 581, 588 Engineering in the East, Progress of, 191, 247, 275, 338, 384, 388, 429, 442, 488, 543, 599, 620; (Letter), 368 {Two-page Supplcmemi, February 2\.st, 1913)
  • Engineering Practice, Vagaides of, J. H. Gibson, 51
  • Phigineering Progress Abroad, 100, 231, 339, 435, 558, 675
  • Engineering Progress in tlic! Unibul States Navy, Captain C. W. Dyson on, 184, 208
  • Engineering Research Committee, Proposed, 432, 444
  • Engineering Schemes in Parliament, 1913, 74 Euston Station, 434
  • Euston to Watford—see Railways

EXHIBITIONS:

  • Aero Exhibition at Olympia, 204
  • Building Trades at Olympia, 436
  • Ghent, British Machinery at, 647
  • EXPERIMENTAL Tank at St. Albans, Vickers Limited, 288
  • Explosions in Mines, Third Report of the Committee, 415, 463
  • Explosions in Mines, Fourth Report of the Committee, 650, 660
  • FACTORIES—see Works Failure of an American Gun, 394 False Economy—see Railways
  • Fea, Captain, on Standardisation of Propelling Organs in Battleships, 112
  • Ferranti, S. de, on Prime Movers, 92 Ferric, Commandant, on Applications of less Telegraphy to Time Signals, 583 Filtration of Air—see Electrical Matters Fire-proof Store for Drawings, Bollinckx, Flanging—see Machine Tools Flashlight Signals—see Railways Floods, Control—see Rivers Flux, A. W., on the Census of Production Report, 440
  • Flying and Flying Machines—see Aeronautics Forth and Clyde Ship Canal, 228
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 26, 52, 78, 104, 132, 158, 186, 210, 236, 264, 292, 318, 344, 370, 398, 424, 452, 478, 508, 536, 564, 590, 614, 642, 668, 694
  • Frahm Tank—see Tank Frame Thomson Lectures, 58, 588
  • Friction Clutch, Disc, J. C. Kay and Co., 102 Friend, «1. N., and C. W. Marshall on The Influence of Silicon on the Corrosion of Cast Iron, 476, 492
  • Friend, J. N., and Others on the Corrodibility of Nickel, Chromium, and Nickel-Chromium Steels, 607
  • Fry, L. H., on Locomotive and Train Acceleration, 462, 483
  • Fuel, Liquid, as a Source of Energy for the Propulsion of Ships, &c., C. Zulver, 221, 227 Fulton, C. W.. on Smoke Prevention in Steam Boilers, 524 ; (Correction), 599
  • Fundamental Faults of Present-day Furnaces, Alleyne Reynolds, 518, 632
  • Furnace, External, for Steam Boilers, Edgar C. Mills, 48
  • Furnace, New Type of Boiler, 524 ; (Correction), 599
  • Furnace. Patent (Meikle’s System), 599 Furnaces, Fundamental Faults and Remedies, A Reynolds, 518, 532
  • GANTRY for Building the New Government Stationery Office, Drew-Bear, Perks and Co., 577
  • Gargaresch Quarries, 541
  • Gear-cutting and Hobbing—sec Machine Tools Geared Turbine—see Ships
  • Gearing, Motor Car—see Motor Vehicles
  • Georgian Bay Ship Canal, Proposed, 353
  • German Silver, Microstructure of, 0. F. Hudson, 313
  • Gibson, J. H., on Vagaries of Engineering Practice, 51
  • Grinding—see Machine Tools
  • Guidoni, Captain, on Marine Aviation, The Hydrovol, 58
  • Gulliver, G. H., on Quantitative Effect of Rapid Cooling on Binary Alloys, 313
  • Gnu Lathe—see Machine Tools
  • Gun-metal, Admiralty, Heat Treatment of, J. S. G. and H. S. Primrose, 313
  • Guns—see War Material
  • H.M. New Stationery Office and Stores, 577
  • Harbour Works in the Tripolitaine, 613, 526, 641, 554
  • Hatfield, W. H., on the Influence of Sulphur on the Stability of Iron Carbide in the Presence of Silicon, 491
  • Henderson, Professor J. B., on the Energy System Accompanying the Motion of Bodies through Air and Water, 303
  • Hiley. A., on Launching Declivities for Ships and their Influence upon Poppet and Wayend Pressures, 328
  • Hillhouse, P. A., on Safety of Life at Sea, 678, 693
  • Hobbing—see Machine Tools
  • Hong-Kong, University of, 66, 120
  • Hopkinson, Professor B., on Recent Research on the Gas Engine, 150, 169
  • Horizontal Hydraulic Cotton Baling Press, David Bridge and Co., 23
  • Hose Couplers, Pneumatic, T. J. Carr and Co., 290
  • Hot-water Injector, Improved, Gresliam and Craven, Limited, 363
  • Howard, L. E., on the Production of Sound Steel Ingots, 492
  • Hudson, O. F., on Microstructure of German Silver, 313
  • Humphrey Pumps — -see Pumps
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, Arniberg, 217, 226 {Two-pa(je Supplement, b'ebruury 1913)
  • Hydro-electric Works, 4^ata, 599
  • Hydroplanes and Hydrovols—see Aeronautics
  • IMPACT Tests, Notched Bar, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 110
  • Imperial College, 469 Improved Pulley Block, Young’s. 588 India, Engineering Progress, 191, 247, 275;
  • (Letter), 368 {Two-page- Supplement, Pehrit- ary 21sZ, 1913)
  • Indian Railways—see Railways
  • Indian Trade in Metals and Machinery, 620 Indicated Horse-power, Measurement—see Indicators
  • Indicators, J. G. Stewart, 91, 96, 102, 131 Indiscriminate Purchase of Warships by Probable Belligerents, 351
  • Industrial Pyrometry, Recent Progress in, C. R. Darling, 623
  • Inflammability and Explosibility of Carbonaceous Dusts, 607
  • Influence of Silicon, &e.—see Iron and Steel Influence of Sulphur—see Iron and Steel
  • Inglis, C. E., on Stresses in a Plate Due to the Presence of Cracks and Sharp Corners, 329 Ingots—see Iron and Steel
  • Injector, Hot Water, Improved, Gresham and Craven, Limited, 363
  • Inspection Saloon of the Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland, 157 Institute, Victoria Jubilee Technical at Bombay, 191 ; (Letter), 368 (Two-page Supplement, February 21sf, 1913)
  • Institutions—see Associations, &c. Instruments in Aeronautics—see Aeronautics Insurance Act, the National, 470 ; Intensifier, Portable, Hydraulic
  • Company, 500 International Armour Plate Pool, International Electro -technical 49, 128 International Rail Syndicate, 177 Invention, The Trend of, 478

IRON AND STEEL:

  • American Steel Trade, 96
  • Cold Flow of Steel, P. Longmuir, 491, 586
  • Corrodibility of Nickel, Chromium, and Nickel-Chromium Steels, J. N. Friend and others, 507
  • Critical Ranges of Pure Iron, with Special Reference to the Ag Inversion, Dr. H. C. H. Carpenter, 521
  • Economy of Dry Blast, Professor J. von Ehrenwerth, 491
  • Export Steel Prices and Foreign Competition, 608
  • German Steel Industry, 44
  • India, Iron Trade, 620 influence of Silicon on the Corrosion of
  • Cast Iron, J. N. Friend and C. W. Marshall, 476, 492
  • Influence of Sulphur on the Stability of Iron Carbide in the Presence of Silicon, W. H. Hatfield, 491
  • Ingot, Large Steel, Cammell, Laird and Co., 612
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Machine 4’ools
  • International Rail Syndicate, 177 Ironworkers’ Wages, 358
  • Our Stake in Steel, 444
  • Painting of Iron and Steel, 21(5, 245
  • Production of Sound Steel Ingots, L. E. Howard, 492.
  • Production of Sound Steel by Lateral Compression of the Ingot, &c., B. Talbot, 489, 501
  • Puddling by Machinery, David E. Roberts. 393
  • Resistance of Steel-framed Sheds to Wind Forces, A. S. Spencer, 569, 619 ; (Letter), 682
  • Steel Gantry—see Gantry
  • Tenacity, Deformation anti Fracture of Soft Steel at High Temperatures, Dr. Rosen- hain and J. C. W. Humfrey, 520
  • Works, Iron and Steel—see Works
  • IRRIGATION in the Soudan, Percy F. Martin, 109, 123, 163, 176
  • Italian Naval Institute—see Associations, &c.
  • Italian Navy—see Ships, Naval Matters, and Foreign Warships
  • JAMES WATT Lecture, S. D. De Ferranti
  • KAPP, Dr. Gisbert, on Phase Advancing, 469, 473
  • Karachi Port, 488
  • King, C. R., on Superheated Steam : Its Effect upon Cylinder Power in Practice, 1(54, 192, 193, 215 ; (Letters). 249, 367, 421, 450, 504
  • King, J. F., on Large Deck-houses, 328, 343
  • Kron Scale, W. Simonsson. 48

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • Boilermakers, The, 204, 310
  • Cost of Workmen’s Compensation, 3(51 Eight Hours (Question, 256, 6(50
  • Failure of the Eight Hours Day, (59 Ironworkers’ Wages, 358
  • Law and Trades Unions, 123
  • Midland Railway Dispute, 227, 255, 2(51 Minimum Wage, 470
  • More Troubles in the Coal Trn.de, 55(5 Night Work for Youths, 424 Non-Union Miners, 528
  • Occupational Fatigue, 555
  • Railway Troubles, 227, 255, 261
  • Shipyard Crisis, (533
  • Shipyard Workers’ Dispute, 497
  • Strike in the Railway Wa.gon, Tul>e and Engineering Trades, (591
  • Wages in Shipyards, 33(5
  • LAMBERTON, A., on an Electrically Driven
  • Continuous-running Reversing Mill, 490 Lamps, Metal Filament, Alexander 312
  • Lathes -see Machine 4’ools
  • Launches and Trial 'Trips, 101, 162, 294, 318, 368, 395, 427, 452, 5!0, 694-—see also Ships
  • Launching Declivities, &c.—sec Ships Law and Trades Unions, 123

LEADERS:

  • Aeroplane Engines and the Government, (534 American Steel Trade, 9(5
  • Assuan Dam, 528
  • Boats and Davits, 44
  • Boilermakers, The, 204
  • Boilermakers Again, 310
  • Coal Dust Explosions: The Influence of Obstructions, 660
  • Compound Locomotives and Superheat, 555 Control of the Clyde, 70
  • Delays in Warship Construction, 633 Destroyer Developments, 283
  • Diesel Marine Engine in Use, 227
  • Efficiency of Locomotives, 415
  • Eight Hours Day, 660
  • Eight Hours (Question, 256
  • Engine Derailments, 390
  • Engineering and Commerce, 581
  • Engineering Research Committee, 444
  • Explosions in Mines, 415
  • Export Steel Prices and Foreign Competition, 608
  • Failure of the Eight Hours Day, 69
  • Fashion in Form of Merchant Ships, 3(51
  • Forth and Clyde Ship Canal, 228
  • Geared Turbine, 309
  • German Steel Industry, 44
  • Imperial College, 469
  • International Armour Plate Pool, 124
  • International Rail Syndicate, 177
  • Italian Navy Problems, 335
  • Law and Trades Unions, 123
  • Light Railways, 682
  • London County Council Tramways, 659
  • Long-distance Wireless Telegraphy, 497
  • Measurement of Indicated Horse-power, 9b Midland Railway, Anxiety on, 227, 255, 281 Minimum Wage, 470
  • Misconceptions of Propeller Action, 581
  • Motor Car Gearing, 33(5
  • Motor Traffic on Roadways, Effect of, 203
  • National Insurance Act, 470
  • Navy Estimates, 309
  • Non-union Miners, 528
  • Occupational Fatigue, 555
  • Opportunities, 634
  • Our Stake in Steel, 444
  • Periodicity, 284
  • Petrol Committee’s Report, 149
  • Phase Advancing, 469
  • Power Factors, 69
  • Power Plant for Textile Mills, 498
  • Prime Movers for Power-houses, 416
  • Railway Bill, 284
  • Railway Electrification, 607
  • Railway Troubles, 227, 255, 284
  • Resistance and Speed of Snbniai'ines, 389
  • Resistance of Submarines when Submerged. 527
  • Kight of Way on Crossing Roads, 934
  • Road Board and Hoad Surfaces, 95
  • ’? Scientific ” Alanagement and Works ’ I'hli- ciency,” 443
  • Screw Propellers for Tugs, 177
  • Self-synchronising Alachines, 390
  • Shipyard Crisis, '.I’he, 933
  • Shipyard Workers’ Dispute, 497
  • Sixties, 'The, and To-day, (585
  • Stability of Aeroplanes, 907
  • Stage Alanagement of Aleetings, 203
  • Storage Batteries, 178
  • Students on their Education, 43
  • Soudan Irrigation, 123
  • The Sixties and To-day, 985
  • Train Resistance and Temperature, 159 Turbines, Large Steam, 392
  • Uniformity in Railway Electrification, 149
  • Utilisation of Coke Oven Gases, 569
  • Wages in Shipyards, 339
  • Weight and freight of Alerchant Ships, 255
  • WorKinen’s Compensation, '.I’he Cost of, 391
  • LEAKS in the Assuan Dam. 494, 52S ; (Letters), 460, 594, 524, 690; (Correcl ion), 494—see also Drainage in l^gypt

LETTERS PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:

  • America, 28, 54, 109, 135, 190, 212, 238, 294, 593, 321, 347, 372, 400, 429, 480, 610, 638. 917, 944, 970 * England, North * (missing lines)

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

  • Acme 'threads, Owen Linley, 319 ; P. R Aeronauticial Institution. L. B. DesbknL Air Pumps—see Surface Condenser
  • Air Supply to Boilers, W. D. Kirkpatrick, 47.5 Anglo-Metric " V’ol ” as an l^hjgineering Measure, imino S. Allen, 31(5, (50 1
  • Assuan Dam—see Leaks, <fcc.
  • Automatic Sluices, H. Davey, 23.3
  • Auxiliary Sailing Ships—see Barquenliin* Earlshall
  • Barquentine Earlshall, Draughtsman, 209, 397, 504 ; W. P. Durtnall, 450 ; G. T. Pardoe, 233
  • Boilers of the Andrea Doria, Yarrow and Co., 421
  • British Engineers’ Association and the Merchants, Stafford Ransome, 939
  • Chinese Government Engineering College, H. Chatley and H. Wright, 101
  • Compound Locomotives and Superheat, (.\ W. Dauncey, 578 ; E. C. Poultney, 578
  • Condensation in Locomotive Cylinders, IL Bollinckx, 319
  • Condensers and Air Pumps, Al. Halliday, 319 Contractors’ Locomotives, E. G. Cis, 398 Discharge of Pipes, B. Croom Johnson, 590 ; A. Eairlie Bruce, 590
  • Ditton Railway Accident, A. H. Shield, 209 ElUciency of Air Pumps—see Surface Condenser
  • Engines of Battleships, Salvatore Orlando, 165 Errors of the Cinematograph, Ininio S.
  • Allen, 129, 186 ; G. H. A., 155 ; G. V. B., J^9 ; H. A. Miles, 155 ; A. J. Aloore, 129 ; P. (i., 101, 156 ; A. Thomas, 129 ; R. M. T., 209 ; Water, 129
  • Fixing Girders in an Unlined. Chalk Well, R. j. Worth, 101
  • Florian Angele Valve Gear, E. A. Forward, 22 Foreign T’ool Steel Swindle, D. Weinstein and Co., 939
  • Galloway Tubes, Engineer, 289 ; Galloways, Limited, 319
  • Hong-Kong University, British Engineers’ Association, 22
  • Hours of Labour Question, T. Good, 982
  • Hydro-aeroplanes, D. Graham, 450 ; Technic, 421 ; Your French Correspondent, 479
  • Internal Combustion Steam Engines, J. C. Walker, 904
  • Kineto-Phone, G. Young, 101
  • Labour’s Great Delusion, J. H. Armfield, 155, 233 ; 'T. Ashton, 233 ; J. H. Brasher, 249 ; T. Good, 129, 189, 233, 289 : A. W. Price, 155, 209
  • Leaks in the Assuan Dam, Hugh H. McClure, 504 ; R. Williams, 904 ; W. Willcocks, 4 50, 62 4, 5 90, 904, (553
  • Locomotive Efficiency, L. H. Fry, 475 Locomotives in 1912, F. W. Brewer. 129, 18(5, 904
  • Mathematical Curiosity, Delta G., 421
  • Mechanical Gearing for the Propulsion of Ships, W. Muir and Co., 344
  • Metropolitan Jubilee, J. W. Boulton, 4 9
  • Motor Car Gearing, (J. L. S., 368
  • Motor Car Springing, Geo. T. Pardoe, (532 Nationalisation of Alines, H. Evershed. 590 ;
  • W. M., 578 ; One of Your Readers, 624 North-Eastern Railway Strike, S. L., 49
  • North Eastern Railway’s Stumpf Locomotive, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 460 ; J. T. Marshall, 476 ; J. Perry, 450
  • Patent Register, E. Hoyle, 209
  • Premium System, Inquirer, 289
  • Proposed British General Engineering Staff Association, L. H. Fletcher, 663
  • Railway Sleepers, H. Chatley, 476
  • Report of Royal Commission on University Education, A. S. E, Ackermann, 476
  • Rotary Pumps, Prior Lien, 653 ; E. W. Sargeant, 653
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral, E. W. Fletcher, 49
  • Salt Field at Heatley, H. Marshall, 22
  • Screw Propeller, J. Batey, 639
  • Signs at Crossing Roads, J. H. Knight, 653 ; A. J. Moone, 682
  • Stage Management—see Technical Institutions
  • Steel-framed Sheds, A. S. Spencer, 682
  • Storage Batteries, Chloride Electrical Storage Co., Limited, 233
  • Superheated Steam : Its Effect upon Cylinder Power in Practice, F. W. Brewer, 504 ; C. R. King, 367, 450 ; J. D. Twinberrow, 249, 421
  • Surface Condenser, A Condenser Expert, 289 ; D. B. Morison, 129 ; A. E. L. Scanes, 232
  • Tangshan Engineering College, H. Chatley, H.T. Wright, 604
  • Taxation of Employers and National Insurance, C. W. Macara, 475
  • Technical Institutions and their Papers,
  • E. G. Beaumont, 249 ; L. N. Burt, 289 ; J. Paramore, 289 ; P. V. Vernon, 233
  • Tombstones to the Memory of Engine- drivers, H. 'T. Fowler, 155 ; R. Tarver, 209
  • Valuation of Machinery, Machinery, 653 ; C. D. Phillips, 682 ; A. W. Price, 682
  • Vertical Lift Opening Bridges, Bridge, 209 ; R. Ryves, 233
  • Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute, T. S. Dawson, 368
  • Vol versus Gallon, Irnmo S. Allen, 316, 604
  • Water Circulation in Internal Combustion Engines, E. J. Davis, 421
  • LIDDELL, A. R., on Approximate Stability, 432
  • Liddell, A. R., on Water-tight Sub-division, 547 Lighting of Workshops, 125
  • Lightships—see Ships
  • Lincoln Engineering Works, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 548 {Two-page Supplement, May 1913)
  • Linde and Claude Processes—see Oxygen Liquid Fuel—see Fuel

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • Bridges, Design of Simple Steel, Capt. P. O. G. Usborne, 124
  • Carbonisation of Coal, &c., V. B. Lewes, 229
  • Celluloid : its Manufacture, Applications, and Substitutes, Alasselon, Roberts and Cillard, 608
  • Copper, The Hydro-metallurgy of, W. E. Greenawalt, 528
  • Design and Construction of Roofs, N. C. Ricker, 310
  • Electric Traction and Transmission Engineering, S. Sheldon and E. Hausmann, 471 Entropy-Temperature Chart, Calculations on the, W. «I. Crawford, 125
  • Freight Termiuals and 'Ti'atns, J. A, Droege, 311
  • Greece of the Twentieth Century, Percy F. Martin, 337
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Chemistry (Organic), Geoffrey Martin, 635
  • Matter and Energy, F. Soddy, 45
  • Modern Road Construction, F. Wood, 310
  • Motor! Diesel Marine e Fissi, Ing. E. Supino, 529
  • Nigeria and its Tin Fields, A. F. Colvert, 500 Propellers, Cecil H. Peabody, 71
  • Radio-active Substances and their Radiations, E. Rutherford, 71, 256
  • Radio-activity, Studies in, W. H. Bragg, 257 Steam Tables, The New, together with their Derivation and Application, Professor C. A. M. Smith and A. G. Warren, 337, 417 Technology of Iron Enamelling and Tinning, Julius Grunwald, 499
  • Text-book of Rand Metallurgical Practice, 445
  • Vapours foi* Heat Engines, W. D. Ennis, 311

LITERATURE: Short Notices:

  • Coal and the Prevention of Explosions and Fires in Mines, J. Harger, 171, 418
  • Commercial Engineering, A. J. Liversedge, 267
  • Cost Accounts, L. W. Hawkins, 311
  • Electrical Engineering for Mechanical and Mining Engineers, H. J. S. Heather, 418
  • Electric Photometry and Illumination, H. Bohle, 418
  • Electricity, Dr. Gisbert Kapp, 125 Electricity Made Plain, G. K. Peers, 418
  • Eire Brigades, Manual for the Use of, 71, 125 Foundry Practice, Notes on, J. J.Morgan,337 Gas, Petrol and Oil Engine, Vol. II., Dr,
  • Dugald Clerk and C. A. Burls, 229
  • Geology of Soils and Substrata, H. B. Woodward, 257
  • Heat Power Engineering, Elements of, C. F. Hirshfeld and W. N. Barnard, 390, 609
  • Home University Library, An Introduction to Mathematics, A. N. Whitehead, 418
  • Illumination, The Science of. Dr. L. Bloch, 337
  • Incandescent Electric Lamp, The Development of, G. B. Barham, 418
  • Magneto and Electric Ignition, W. Hibbert, 257
  • Principles of Ironfounding and Foundry IMetallography, A. H. Sexton and J. S. G. Primrose, 257
  • Processes of Flour Manufacture, P. A. Amos, 257
  • Railway Statistics, IManual of, George L. Boag, 125
  • Reinforced Concrete Work, Estimating for, Major T. E. Coleman, 71, 257
  • Rivers and Estuaries or Streams and Tides, W. H. Hunter, 418, 609
  • Testing Fault Localisation and General Hints for Wiremen, J. Wright, 418
  • Wireless Telegraphy for Amateurs, R. P. Howgrave Graham, 125
  • Wireless Telegraphy Simply Explained, 31.1

LITERATURE: Books Received:

  • Adolf Ledebur, der Eisenhuttenmann, &c., 418
  • Alternating-current Machinery, The Design of, J. R. Barr and R. D. Archibald, 337
  • American Society for Testing Materials, Sleeted Standard Specifications, 418
  • Anales de la Secretaria de Comunicaciones, y Obras Publicas, 418
  • Architects’ Library : Building Construction Vol. II., J. H. Markham and Others, 362
  • Atmosphere, The, A. J. Berry, 337 Autobiography of an Individualist, J. O. Fagan, 445
  • Automatische Registrierwagen, by O. Tauch- nitz, 629
  • Baudot Printing Telegraph System, H. W. Pendry, 337
  • Bradford Technical College, General and Departmental Reports for 1911 and 1912, 362
  • British Columbia : Agriculture in, Climate of, Game of, New, 171
  • Brooklands Year-book, 1913, 418
  • Cassell’s Reinforced Concrete, B. E. Jones, 337
  • Cement Specifications, A Treatise on, Jerome Cochran, 390
  • Cement Testing, A Manual of, W. N. Richards and H. B. North, 629
  • Chemical News, General Index, Vols. 1 to 100, 529
  • Chemical Research, Notes on, W. P. Dreaper, 71
  • Civil Engineer’s Pocket-book, A. I. Frye, 445 Climate and Weather, Professor H. N. Dickson, 71
  • Collieries, The Mechanical Engineering of, J, C. Futers, 337
  • Commercial Year-book of the Bristol Chamber of Commerce, 1913, 418
  • Continuous Beams in Reinforced Concrete, B. Geen, 629
  • “Contracting World Directory,” 1913, C. W. Biggar, 529
  • Copper and Cupriferous Ores in the Island of Novaya Zemlia, &c., 418
  • Depreciation, Reserves and Reserve Funds, L. R. Dicksee, 206
  • Der Eisenbau, Luigi Vianello, 445
  • Diagrams for the Solution of the Kutter and Bazin Formuhe for the Flow of Water, K. R. Kennison, 471
  • Die Geblase, A. von Thering, 362
  • Dispersion und Absorption des Lichtes, Dr. D. A. Goldhammer, 362
  • Electric Currents, Theory and Calculation of, J. L. La Cour and O. S. Bragshad, 418
  • Electric Furnaces in the Iron Industry, W. Rodenhauser and nawa, 418
  • Electrical Standards, Reports of inittee on, 362
  • “ Electrician ” Electrical U'rades and Handbook, 1913, 362
  • Electricity and Magnetism Introductory, C. W. Hansel, 529
  • Electro -Chemistry, Pri nciples of Appl ied, A. J. Allmand, 71
  • English Local Government : The Story of the King’s Highway, Sidney and Beatrice Webb, 337
  • Eugenics, Edgar Schuster, 636
  • Evoluton of the Internal Combustion Engine, E. Butler, 71
  • Field Engineer’s Handbook, G. C. Wells and , A. S. Clay, 529
  • Fire Protection in Buildings, H. G. Holt, 609 i First Year Course in General Science, E. A. Gardiner, 390
  • Foundations and Machinery Fixing, F. H. Davies, 71
  • Freinago du Materiel de Chemin de Fer, P. Gosserez and A. Jonet, 445
  • Gas, Petrol, and Oil Engine, D. Clerk and G. A. Burls, 171
  • Great Western Railway Mechanics’ Institution, Swindon Engineering Society “ Transactions,” 445
  • Great Western Railway : Peeps at Great Railways, Gordon Home, 557
  • Heat and Heat Engines, A. Synopsis of the Elementary Theory of, John Case, 362
  • Heat ; A Manual for Technical and Industrial Students, J. A. Randall, 418
  • Homeland Residential Guide to Northarhpton, 71
  • How to Estimate : Being the Analysis of Builders’ Prices, 205
  • How to Read a Drawing, V. C. Gebby, 337
  • Hydraulics, Elements of, Mansfield Merriman, 205
  • Idioms Auxiliar Internacional : Historia de la Delegacion Para Su Adopcion, C. G. Dassen, 446
  • Income Tax, Guide to the, F. B. Leeming, 636 Industrial Germany, W.H. Dawson, 609 Institution of Civil Engineers, Minutes and Proceedings of the, Vols. 187-190, 125
  • Iron and Steel, Introductory Text-book for Engineers and Metallurgists, O. F. Hudson, 362
  • Japanning for Ironware, Tinware, Wood, (&c.. Handbook on, W. N. Brown, 445
  • Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, 445
  • Karstgebiete und ihre Wasserkriifte, Theodor Schenkel, 337, 445
  • Kelly’s Directory of the Engineers’ and Iron and Metal Trades and Colliery Proprietors, 1913, 445
  • Kelly’s Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 1913, 446
  • Land and Mining Surveying, as Applied to Collieries and other Mines, 71
  • Law and Practice of the Railway and Canal Commissioners’ Court, E. E. G. Williams, 629
  • Law Relating to National Insurance, J. H. Watts, 445
  • Le Polveri Senza Fumo e Le Nitrocellulose, Ettore Bravetta, 471
  • Lectures on Chemistry in Gasworks, W. J. A. Butterfield, (582
  • Les Grandes Compagnies Anglaises de Navigation, Georges Michon, 445
  • Les Machines-OutiJs : Manuel pour Apprentis etOuvriers Mecaniciens, Oscar J. Beale, 471 Les Securites Electriques Appliquees aux
  • Installations de Signalisation a Manceuvre Manuelle, G. Yseboodt, 6(51
  • Liquid Air, Oxygen and Nitrogen, G. Claude, 529
  • Lockwood’s Builders’ and Contractors’ Pricebook, 171
  • Locomotive Running Shed Notes, 337 Machine Construction and Drawing, A. E. Ingham, 418
  • Machine Design : Hoists, Derricks, Cranes, H. D. Hess, 126
  • Magnetism and Electricity, C. H. Draper, 71 Manufacturing in Philadelphia, 1(583-1912, J. J. Macfarlane, 205
  • Marine Engineering, A Manual of, A. E. Seaton, 71
  • Marine Engineering Estimates and Costs, C. R. Bruce, 629
  • Materiel Roulant Expose, &c., a I’Exposition de Gand, 629
  • Mathematics, Introduction to, A. N. White- head, 71
  • Mathematicsand Mechanics, A Text-book of, C. A. A. Capito, 71
  • Mathematics, from the Points of View of the Mathematician and of the Physicist, Dr. E. W. Hobson, 71
  • Mathematics, Science and Drawing, L. J. Castle, 529
  • Mechanical Engineers’ Pocket-book, 1913, D. K. Clark and H. H. P. Powles, 529
  • Mechanics, Applied, Elementary Manual on, Professor A. Jamieson, 71
  • Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering, Applied, A Text-book of, A. Jamieson, 71 Mechanische Grundlagen des Flugzeug- baues, A. Baumann, 446
  • Mercantile Year-book and Directory of Exporters, 1913, W. Lindley Jones, 418 Messung von Gasmengen, Dr. Ing. Joachim Brandis, 418
  • Metallic Alloys, G. H. Gulliver, 418
  • Minerals and Aerated Waters, A. Mitchell, 629
  • Modern Pumping and Hydraulic Machinery, E. Butler, 445
  • Modern Sanitary Engineering and Plumbers’ Work, A. Herring-Shaw and H. F. V. Newsome, (582
  • Modern Steam Boilers (The Lancaslure Boiler), W. D. Wandsbrough, 445
  • Modern Views of Education, 'J’histleton Mark, 636
  • Money, The People’s, J. W. de Kay, 529 Motor Car Construction, Notes on the
  • Materials of, A. E. Berriman, 71
  • National Form of Building Contract, W. V. Bail and W. H. Hope, 529
  • Natural Rock Asphalts and Bitumens, A. Danby, 657
  • Nautical Pocket Dictionary, A Coir.plete, J. Barten, 471
  • Naval Annual, 1913, Viscount llytln’, (>3(5 New Engl'tsh System of Money, Weights, and
  • Measures and of Arithmetic, Engineer tIear-Admiral G. Elbron, 529 Nomography, or the Graphic Representation of Formulae, Captain R. K. Hezlet, 471 Oxygen and the jMechanism of the Cniverse, J. P. M., 471
  • Painting and Painting Defects : Their Detection, Cause and Cure, J. Cruickshank- Smith, 471
  • Panama, The Creation, Destruction, and Resurrection, P. Bunau-VariIla, 629 Patents for Inventions, The ABC Guide to,
  • R. E. Phillips and A. M. Flack, 445 Poems, E. L. Hill, 71
  • Practical Side of Small Holdings, James Long, 636
  • Present Law and Practice Relating to Letters Patent for Inventions, H. F. Moulton, 445 Protection of Trade Designs, R. N. Neilson, 71
  • Psychology and Industrial Efficiency, Hugo Munsterberg, 337
  • Public Schools Year-book, 1913, 337 (Qualitative Determination of Organic Compounds, J. W. Shepherd, 337
  • Railroad Construction, C. L. Crandall and F. A. Barnes, 390
  • Railway Consignment Notes and their Conditions, B. O. Bircham, 71
  • Railway Diary and Officials’ Directory, 1913, 71
  • Railway Statistics of the United States of America, &c., Slason Thompson, 682
  • Railway Year-book, 1913, 446
  • Rainfall Reservoirs and Water Supply, Sir A. R. Binnie, 629
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges, F, Rings, 629 Repayment of Local and other Loans, E.
  • Hartley Turner, 126
  • Reports for the Year 1912 on the Geological Survey, the Geological Museum in Jermyn - street, Science Museum, &c., 682
  • Rhodes’ Directory of Passenger Steamers, 1913, 629
  • Safety in Coal Mines, D. Burns, 71 Sane Trade Unionism, W. V. Osborne, 557 Schiffsturbinen, Dr. G. Bauer and Herr '
  • Lasche, 661
  • Science, Introduction to. Professor J. . Thomson, 71
  • Service Chemistry, V. B. Lewes and J. S. Brame, 445
  • Single-phase Commutator Motors, F. Creedy, 629
  • Social Guide, 1913, 567
  • Socialism and Syndicalism, Philip Snowden, 636
  • Spoil’s Architects’ and Builders’ Pocket Price-book and Diary, 1913, 171
  • Spon’s Practical Builders’ Pocket-book, C. Young and S. M. Brooks, 71
  • Steam Engineering : A Text-book, W. R. King, 390
  • Steam Turbines, The Design and Construction of, H. M. Martin, 125
  • Stokers’ Guide to Promotion, 445 Structural Details of Hip and Valley Rafters, C. T. Bishop, 171
  • Structural Engineering, A. W. Brightniore,
  • Tafelbliitter from Zeitschrift des Vereines Deutscher Ingenieure, 71
  • Taschenbuch der Kriegsflotten, XIV. Jain . gang, 1913, 71
  • Technical Electricity, H. J. Davidge and R. W. Hutchinson, 71
  • Technical School Organisation and Teachinir C. Hamilton, 418 ’
  • Tests of a Jacobs-Shupert Boiler in Comparison with a Radial Stay Boiler, W. F. Al. Goss, 171
  • Text-book of Experimental Aletallurgy and Assaying, A. R. Gower, 418
  • “ The Automobile Engineer ” Year-book 1913, 337
  • The China Year-book, 1913, H. T. AL Bell (( 418
  • The Ironmonger ” Metal AlarketYear-book 1913, 337
  • Thermodynamics, A Text-book of, J. R. Partington, 629
  • “Transactions” of the Liverpool Engineering Society, 661
  • Untersuchungen uber den Einfluss der
  • I Kopfe auf die Formanderungen und Fcstig • keitvon Eisenbeton-Saulen, &c.. Professor M. Sudeloff, 418
  • Versuche mit Eisenbetonbalken zur Ermitt- lung der Widerstandsfahigkeit Verschie- dener Bewehrung gegen Schubkrafte, Professor Dr. Ing. C. Von Bach and Ing. O. Graf, 418
  • Versuche uber das Rosten von Eisen in Mdrtel und Mauerwerk, Professor AL Garv 418
  • Wannan’s Marino Engineer’s Guide, Parts 1. and II., A. C. AVanner and D. Lindsav 661
  • Warship, The Alodern, E. L. Attwood, 337
  • Western Australia, Geological Survey, Bui- letins Nos. 46, 46, and 5!>, 471
  • Widerstand einbetonierten Eisens gegen Gleiten, Professor Dr. Ing. C. Von Bach I and Ing. O. Graf, 418
  • Winding Engines and Winding Appliances, G. AlcCulloch and J. C. Filters,71
  • Wireless Telegraphy, A Handbook of, J. F3rskine Alurray, 125
  • Worm Gearing, H. K. Thomas, 445
  • LLOYD’S Register—see Ships
  • Load-line Committee, 421
  • Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives London County Council Petrol-electric Tramcars, W. A. Stevens, 687
  • London County Council Tramways, 659, 661 London County Hall, 183
  • London Streets, The Paving of, 196, 203 Longitudinal Stability, &c.—see Aeronautics Longmuir, P., on The Cold Flow of Steel, 491, 585
  • Lord Kitchener’s Report on Egypt and the Soudan, 583
  • Lyon, Lieut.-Commander F., on The Preservation of Metals Used in Marine Construction, 4 50
  • MACDONALD, M., on The Assuan Dam, 440
  • Machine for Loading Loose Materials, U. \V.
  • Jackson Alauiifactnring Company, 094

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • Chain Driving for Machine Tools, Hans Renold, Limited, 692
  • Crank Slotting Tool, 649, 651
  • Drill Press, Heavy Duty, Schuchardt and Schutte, 269
  • Flanging Press, 1200-Ton, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 652 {Two-page Supplement^ May 1913)
  • Gear Hobbing Machine with Creeping 'J'ablo, Sir C. Parsons, 301 ; (Letter), 344
  • Grinding Machine, Large Plain, Churchill Machine Tool Company, (>62
  • Lathe, 60in. Gun, 610
  • Machine Tools in the Sixties, 685 {Two-page Supplement, June 27th, 1913)
  • Planing and Drilling Machine, Pit Type, Hulse and Co., Limited, 258, 259
  • Planing Machine, High-speed Axle-box, Loudon Brothers, 288
  • Machine Tool and Engineering Association, Limited, 120
  • Shearing Machine, A Large, Bradley and Craven, Limited, 422
  • Steam Hydraulic Slab Shears, Davy Brothers, Limited, 626
  • MACHINERY in India, 620
  • Manometer, The Spurge, 636
  • Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Marine Engineering, A Pioneer of, 474
  • Martin, Percy F., on Irrigation in the Soudan, 109, 123, 163, 176
  • Mather and Platt’s Regulations for Apprentices, 49
  • Measurement of the Derwent—see Water Supply
  • Mechanical Engineering in the Sixties, 685 {Two-page Supplement, June 21 th, 1913)
  • Mechanical Gearing for Ships—see Ships
  • Metals and Machinery, Indian Trade in, 620
  • Metals Used in Marine Construction, Preservation of, Lieut.-Commander F. Lyon, U.S.N., 450
  • Methodical Experiments, &c.—see Ships Metropolitan Water Board—see Water Supply Microstructure of German Silver, O. F. Hudson 313
  • Mill, Reversing—see Reversing Mill
  • Milling Machines, Circular, at Ruston, Pro(‘tor*.s Works, 648
  • Mineral Statistics, Our, 179

MINES AND MINING NEWS:

  • Coal Mining—see Coal and Collieries
  • Controller for Mine Tubs, AIcBoan, 50 Jj]xplosion.s—see Coal
  • Mining Accidents, 647
  • Nationalisation of Mines, 493 ; (Letters), 624, • 560, 578
  • MISCONCEPTIONS of Propeller Action, 681 ; (Letter), 639
  • Modern Condensing Systems, A. E. L. Scanes, 197, 234, 262
  • Montgomerie, J., on The Design and Construction of Oil Steamers, 332
  • Morison, D. B., on The Influence of Air Pumps on engined Warships, 279
  • Motor Vacuum Cesspool
  • weather and Sons, 127

MOTOR VEHICLES MATTERS:

  • Automobile Engineers’ States, 210
  • Effect of Motor Traffic on Roadways, 196, 203 Manufacture of Moto Car Parts in America, J. McIntosh, 605
  • Motor Car Gearing, 336 ; (Letter), 368
  • Motor Car Taxation, 612
  • Mudguards for Motor Omnibuses, 174
  • Petrol Committee’s Report to the Royal Automobile Chib, 146, 149
  • Right of Way on Crossing Roads, 634 ; (Letter), 653
  • MUDGUARDS—see Motor Vehicles
  • NATIONAL Insurance Act, 470 ; (Letter), 475
  • National Physical Laboratory, Report for 1912, 660
  • Nationalisation of Mines, 493 ; (Letters), 624, 560, 678
  • Navy and Naval Matters—see Ships
  • New Year Honours, 12
  • New York Pier Problem, 514
  • Nickel—see Iron and Steel
  • Night Work for Youths, 424
  • Notched Bar Impact Tests, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 110

OBITUARY:

  • Arrol, Sir William (Portrait), 205, 230
  • Bright, Edward Brailsford, 409
  • Coates, Thomas, 410
  • De Laval, C. G. P., 156
  • De Mosenthal, Henry, 22
  • Dunsmuir, Hugh, 560
  • Elliott, Archibald Campbell, 445
  • Fox, William, 661
  • Hiller, Henry. 410
  • Musgrave, Walter Martin, 252
  • Nicolson, John T., 587
  • Picard, M. Alfred,285
  • Reade, Frederick T., 124
  • Saxby, John, 445
  • Steele, Robert, 499
  • Tangye, James (Portrait), 391
  • Tristram, H. A., 252
  • Tyer, Edward, 22
  • Von Voith, Friedrich, 609
  • White, Sir William Henry (Portrait), 250
  • Whitty, Irwine John, 252
  • Wolff, Gustave Wilhelm, 444
  • OCCUPATIONAL Fatigue, 556
  • Oil Consumption and Mean Effective Pressure of Diesel Engines, R. Royds and J. W. Campbell, 375
  • Oil Engines—see Engines
  • Opportunities, 634
  • Ordnance—see "W&T Material
  • Oxygen, Production of, from the Atmosphere, by the Linde and Claude Processes, 351, 381 {Two-page Supplement, April 4th, 1913)
  • PAINTING of Iron and Steel, 216, 245
  • Parsons, Sir C., on Mechanical Gearing for the Propulsion of Ships, 300, 309 ; (Letter) 344

Patent Specifications, British and American:

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  • Steam Generators, 30, 56, 135, 101, 239, 295 321, 347, 373, 402, 427, 428, 456, 481, 482, 511, 539, 640, 607, 594, 017, 018, 097, 098
  • Switch Gear, 66, 107, 162, 213, 640, 593, 072 Telegraphs and Telephones, 56, 136, 240, 428
  • Tramways and Railways, 30, 108, 130, 101 374, 460, 612
  • Transformers, 348, 428, 482, 040
  • Transmission of Power, 55, 108, 240, 290, 321 322, 348, 373, 450, 482, 511, 568, 594, 017. 045
  • Turbine Machinery, 30, 81, 107, 102, 189 190 240, 207, 295, 321, 347, 374, 071
  • PAVING of London Streets, 190, 203 Pecoraro, Major N., on the Frahm Anti-rolling Tanks, 139, 270
  • Pelton Wheel Turbines at Ariiiberg Power Station (Theodor Bell and Co.), 217, 220 (Two-page Supplement, February 2^th, 1913) Periodicity—see Electrical Matters Personal and Business Announcements, 28 54
  • 80, 106, 134, 160, 188, 212, 238, 200, 32o’ 347, 372, 400, 428, 480, 510, 592, 617, 00?’ 694
  • Peskett, L., on Shipbuilding Contracts, 077 Petrol Committee’s Report, 140, 149 Petrol-electric Tramcars for the London County
  • Council, W. A. Stevens, 587 Petrol Engines—see Engines Petrol Motor Vacuum Cesspool Exhauster,
  • Merry weather and Sons, 127 Phase Advancers—see Electrical Matters Philip, Arnold, on Corrosion of Distilling Condenser Tubes, 312
  • Pier Problem, The New York, 514 Pioneer of Marine Engineering, 474 Pipes, Discharge of, A. F. Bruce, 530 ; (Letters) 560
  • Pipes, Water, Animal Growths in, S. C. Chapman, 607
  • Piston Rings, Pressure Balanced, Allen and Simmonds, Limited, 521
  • Planing Machines—see Machine Tools Pneumatic Hose Couplers, T. J. Carr and Co., 290
  • Portable Intensifier, Hydraulic Engineering Company, 500
  • Post-office Tube Railway, 639 Power Factors—see Electrical Matters Power Plant for Textile Mills, 498 Preservation of Metals—see Metals Presses—see Machine Tools
  • Prevention of Corrosion in Boilers and Condensers, Cumberland Syndicate, 663
  • Prime Movers, S. Z. de Ferranti, 92 Prime Movers for Power-houses, 416 Primrose, J. S. G., and H. S., on Heat Treatment of Admiralty Gun-metal, 313
  • Production, Census of, 25—see also Profits of Industrial Undertakings
  • Production of Oxygen by the Linde and Claude Processes, British Oxygen Company, Limited, 351, 381 (Two-page Supplement, April 4/7i, 1913)
  • Production of Steel—see Iron and Steel Profits of Industrial Undertakings, A. W.
  • Flux, 440
  • Progress of Engineering in the East, 191, 247, 275, 338, 384, 388, 429, 442’. 488, 643, 599, 620 ; (Letter), 368 (Two-page Supplement, February 2Yst, 1913)
  • Progress, Recent, in Industrial Pyrometry, C. R. Darling, 623
  • Progress of Warships—see Ships, Naval Matters Propellers—see Ships
  • Puddling—see Iron and Steel Pulley Block, Young’s, 588

PUMPS :

  • Air Pumps—see Air
  • Direct-acting Steam Pump, The Anthony, R. Warner and Co., Limited, 130
  • Engines for Pumping Plant in Egypt, 140
  • Humphrey Internal Combustion Pumps, 623, 548
  • Humphrey Internal Combustion Pumps at Chingford, 209, 282, 297, 323, 334 (Two Two-page Supplements, March 14/A, 1913), (Two-page Supplement, March 21st, 1913)
  • Pumping Engine Driven by Water Pressure, J. Kirby and Co., Limited, 99
  • Rotary Reversible Pump, Ch. Monin, 039 ; (Letters), 053
  • Screw Pumps for Sewage at Chicago-, Allis- Chalmers Company, 091
  • Two-stage Centrifugal Pump, 447 Westinghouse-Leblanc Pump, A. E. L.
  • Scanes, 197, 234, 202
  • PYROMETRY, Industrial, Recent Progress in. C. R. Darling, 023
  • QUANTITATIVE Effect of Rapid Cooling on Binary Alloys, G. H. Gulliver, 313
  • Quantity Surveyors and Reinforced Concrete Specialists, Mr. Theobald, 8
  • RAIL Syndicate, The International, 177

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTBRS: General:

  • Automatic Train Stops : Prize Offered by New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company, 157
  • Control of Electric Trains and Tramcars, 35 Distribution Systems for Single-phase Railways, 411
  • False Economy in Railway Construction, Western Australia, 2'2
  • Good Outlook for Railway Material, 259 Light Railways, 682
  • Overhead Equipment for Single-phase Railways, Vedovelli, Priestley and Cie, 437 Railway Bill, 199, 284
  • Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 3913, 199, 284 Railway Concessions and Contracts in China, 458
  • Railway Drainage, 403, 430
  • Railway Electrification, 007
  • Railway Half-year, 200
  • Railway Troubles—sec Labour
  • Reinforced Concrete for Railway Sheds, 120 Reliability of Automatic Hailway Signals, Col. Sir A. Yorke’s Report on Accident, 117 Signals, Flashlight for, Cas Accinnulator Company, 395, 422
  • Train Despatcher in England, 228
  • Train Lighting, New l)ynamo for, Cavan Inrig, Limited, 013
  • Train Resistance and 'I'emperature, 150
  • Uniforinity in Railway Electrification, 149

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTBRS: British, Colonial and Indian :

  • Accident on the Midland Railway, 76
  • Australia, Unification of Railway Gauges in, 673
  • Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, 384
  • Darjeeling-Himalayan Railway, 338
  • East Indian Railway, 338
  • East Indian Railway Company, 385, 584
  • Euston Station, 434
  • Euston to Watford Widening. 181
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway Accident at Hurlford, 449
  • Great Central Railway Accident at Marylebone,449
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 384, 388 ; (Correction), 584
  • Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway Accident, Report, 117
  • Great Southern and Ireland ; Accident Report, 156
  • Great Southern and Ireland, Inspection Saloon, 157
  • India, Railways of, 275, 338, 384, 388
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Additional Electrification, 120
  • London’s Early Local Railways, 37
  • London and North-Western Railway, Accidents at Wavertree and F!tfingslialJ-road, 207
  • London
  • Viaduct at Bushey, 181
  • London and South-Western and Metropolitan District Railways’ Widening Ik^tweeii Acton-lane and Galena-road, E. A. Ogilvie, 128
  • Metropolitan Railway Accident Near Farringdon-street, 560
  • Midland Railway Accident at Bromford Bridge, 448
  • Midland Railway Dispute, 227, 255, 261, 284 North British Railway (^>llision at Dalmuir, 5(i0
  • North-Eastern Railway Electrification, 183 Post-office Tube Railway, 639 j

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTBRS: Foreign:

  • American Railway Accidents, 423
  • Canton-Kowloon Railway : Britisli Section. G. W. Eves, 157
  • Canton-Kowloon Railway : Chinese Section, R. T. Boothby, 157
  • China, Railway Technical Adviser to. GGl Continental Train Improvements, 630 Midi Railway, Electrification on, 118, 152, 153, 172
  • Midi Railway, Overhead Equipment for, Vedovelli, Priestley and Cie, 437
  • Mittenwald Single-phase Railway, 194, 202
  • New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company, Prize for Automatic I’rain Stops, 157
  • New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Distributing Systems, 411
  • Rjukan Single-phase Railway, South Norway, 287
  • Sivedi.sh State Railways, Flashlight Signals on, 51

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • Chingford Reservoir, Curious Old Locomotives Used in Construction, 298 ; (Letter), . 368
  • Compound Locomotives and Superheat, 555 ;
  • (Letters), 578
  • Engine Derailments, 3(»9, 390
  • Future of the Railway Locomotive, Professor Kliment, 50
  • Headlight, Locomotive, Turbo-generating Set for, 573
  • Locomotive Regulator Valve, Evans, Lewis and Robson, 182
  • Locomotive and 'Train Acceleration, L. H. Fry, 4(i2, 483
  • Locomotive Valve Gear, F. Dendy Marshall, 647
  • Locomotive Wheel Quartering
  • Cunliffe and Croom, 76 Locomotives in the Sixties, 685
  • Supplement, June 1913)
  • Piston Rings, Pressure Balanced,
  • Simmonds, Limited, 521
  • Some Effects of Superheating and Feedwater Heating on Locomotive Working,
  • F. H. 'I’revithick and P. J. Cowan, 306, 314, 331, 363, 377, 415 ; (Letters), 475
  • Steam and Electric Locomotives, Professor Kliment, 50
  • Stumpf Locomotive for the North-Eastern Railway, 412 ; (Letters), 450, 476 (.7’wo- page Suppletnenf, April J8Z/j, 1913)
  • Superheated Steam : Its Effect upon
  • Cylinder Power in Practice, C. R. King 164, 192, 193, 215; (Letters), 249, 367, 421, 450, 504

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Bombay, Baroda and Central India Locomotives, 384, 380
  • Great Central Railway Six-coupled Express
  • Engine, Sir Sam Fay, 122, 130
  • Great Indian Peninsula Locomotives, 384, 388
  • London and North-Western Locomotive, Sir Gilbert Claughton, 396, 602, 603 {Two-pa(jG Supplement, June Mk, 1913)’
  • North-Eastern Railway Express Goods Stumpf Locomotive, 412 ; (Letters), 4 50, 476 (7’wo-i>ao6 Supplement, April \^th,
  • “ Pacific ” Type Locomotives for South Africa, Vulcan Foundry Company, 73
  • Rhodesian Railways Narrow-gauge Locomotive. North British Locomotive t\)inpanv, 248 ?
  • South Indian Railway Narrow-gauge Super- heater Locomotiv’^e, 357, 358, 360

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign:

  • Ateliers de Constructions Klectriques du Nord et de VFst, Single-phase Locomotive, Midi Railway, 172
  • Denver and Rio Grande Bailroad Locomotives, Baldwin Jjocoinotive Works, 654
  • Italian State Bailways ; Dynuinometer Becoixls of Superlieated anti Saturat(>d Steam Locomotives, C. B. King, 164, 192, 193,215: (Letters),’269, 367, 421
  • Italian States Railways, Four-cylinder Prairit^ ” 'Pype Fxpi’ess J^ocomoti\'e, Frnesto Breda, 468, 477
  • Mittenwald Railway Single-phase Locomotives. 194, 262
  • Single-phase Locomotive on Ididi Railway, .trench 'Phomson-Houston Company, 153 Single-phase Locomotives on the Alidi .Railway, French Westinghou.se Companv, 118, 152 ? ’
  • RANSOM, W., on The Status of Engineers, A’c., 395
  • Reavell, W., on Compressed -Air for Working Auxiliaries in Ships Propelled by Internal Combustion Engines, 363, 317
  • Refrigeration, Third International (^ongress, 423 Reid, W. C., on The Yield of Various Catchment Areas in Scotland, 395
  • Reinforced Concrete—see Concrete
  • Reliability of Automatic Railway Signals, Col. Sir A. Yorke, 11 7
  • Re-saw, Vertical Band, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, 50
  • Research on the Gas Engine—see Engines
  • Reservoir at Chingford, 269, 282, 297, 323. 334; (Letter), 31 (> (Two Tu^o-pafie Supplements, March 14//?, 1913), (Two-paye Supplement, March 2Ls7. 1913)
  • Reservoirs, Proposed White Nile, 661 Resistance of Steel-framed Sheds to Forces, Albert S. Spencer, 669, (Letter), 682
  • Resistance of Submarines—see Ships, Matters
  • Reversing Mill, Electrically Driven, Continuous Running, A. Lambeiton, 490
  • Reynolds, Alleyne, on Faults of Present-day Furnaces and their Remedies. 518, 632
  • Right of Way on Crossing Roads, (534 ; (Letters), (553, 682
  • Rivers, Control of, by Storage Reservoirs, 51Jt Road Board and Road Surfaces, 95, 97
  • Roads, Right of Way on Crossing, 634 : (Letters), 653, 682
  • Roberts, D. E., on Latest Development of the Roe Puddling Process, 393
  • Robertson, John, Maker of the Comet’s Engine, 474
  • Rock Cutting, Deep, Special American Drills for, 632, 636
  • Rock Drill, The Locher, 632, 63(5
  • Roe, A. V., on Flying Machines, 311
  • Roenne, Baron A., on Notes on IMcdern Airship Construction, 303
  • Rolling Mill Reversing (3ear, Coil Clutch, Coil Clutch Company, Limited, 605
  • Rolling Mill at West Bromwich, J. B. and S. Lees, 183
  • Rosenberg, Dr. E., on Arrangement of Exhaust Turbo-generators at Summer-lane Station, Birmingham, 38
  • Rosenberg, Dr. E., on Self-synchronising Machines, 390, 392
  • Rosenhain, Dr., and J. C. AV. Humfrey on Tenacity, Deformation, and Fracture of Soft Steel at High Temperatures, 620
  • Rosenhain, Dr. AV., on Notched Bar Impact Tests, 110
  • Rota, Colonel, on Proper Placing of Engine.s in Battleships, 85 ; (Letter), 155
  • Royds, R., and J. W. Campbell on Oil Consumption and Mean Effective Pressure of Diesel Engines, 375
  • Russia, British Trade AVith, 548
  • SAFETY of Life at Sea, P. A. Hillhouse, 678. (593
  • St. Albans, Experimejital 'I’ank at, A’ickers -Limited, 288
  • Sand Cement, (522
  • Sandeman, E., on Measurement of the Flow of the River Derwent, Derbyshire, 395
  • Sankey, Capt. C. E. P., on Bridging Operations Conducted under Military Conditions, 76
  • Sankey, Capt. H. Riall, on Design and Economy of Diesel Oil Engines, 421
  • Scanes, A. E. L., on Aiodern Condensing Systems, 197, 234, 262
  • “Scientific ” Management and AVorks ciency,” 443
  • Sewage at Chicago. Screw Pumps for Chalmers Company, 691
  • Shearing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Sheds, Steel-framed, Resistance of to Forces, A. S. Spencer. 569, (519: 682

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • Approximate Stability, Some Further Notes on, A. H. Liddell, 432
  • Boat Davit, Babcock and Wilcox, 664
  • Boats and Davits, Committee’s Report, 44 673
  • Buoyant Deck Seats, 212
  • Calculation of Stability in Non-intact Conditions, Professor W. S. Abell, 303
  • Cargo Steamer, Auxiliaries of, 84, 115 (Two- page Supplement, January 2.4th, 1913),
  • (Two-page Supplement, January 31s/, 1913)
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Two Months, 280
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, First Quarter, 358
  • Compressed Air for Working Auxiliaries in Ships Propelled by Internal Combustion Engines, W. Reavell, 303, 317
  • Control of the Clyde, 70
  • Design and Construction of Oil Steamers, J. Montgomerie, 332
  • Experimental Tank at St. Albans, Vickers Limited, 288
  • Fashion in Form of Merchant Ships, 361
  • Foundering of the Regina Margherita in Genoa Harbour, 221
  • Geared Turbine—see Mechanical Gearing
  • Labour Questions, Hours, Strikes, Wages— see Labour
  • Large Deck-houses, J. F. King, 328, 343
  • Launching Declivities for Ships and their Influence upon Poppet and Way-end Pressures, A. Hiley, 328
  • Launching of Ships’ Boats, 370
  • Liquid Fuel as a Source of Energy for the Propulsion of Ships, &c., C. Zulver, 221,227
  • Lloyd’s Register and Shipping Progress, 116, 168
  • Load-line Committee, 421
  • Mechanical Gearing for the Propulsion of Ships, Sir C. Parsons, 300, 309 ; (Letter), 344
  • Methodical Experiments with Mechanical Ship Forms, G. S. Baker, 328, 561
  • Misconceptions of Propeller Action, 581 ; (Letter), 639
  • Safety of Life at Sea, P. A. Hillhouse, 678, 693 Screw Propellers for Tugs, 177
  • Shipbuilding in 1912, Lloyd’s Register, 116, 158
  • Shipbuilding Contracts, L. Peskett, 677
  • Shipbuilding in the Sixties, 685 (Two-page Supplement, June 27th, 1913)
  • Standardisation of Propelling Organs in Battleships, Captain Fea, 112
  • Tank, Frahm Anti-rolling, Major N. Pecoraro, 139, 276
  • Triple-expansion Engine and Geared Turbines in Cargo Steamers, C. W. Cairns, 614
  • Typical Ships, 84, 115 (Two-page Supplement, January 24th, 1913), (Two-page Supplement, January 3H/, 1913)
  • Unsinkable Ship, Wotherspoon’s System, 171 Water-tight Subdivision, A, R. Liddell, 547 Weight and Freight of Merchant Ships, 255

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: British Navy:

  • Australia’s First Submarine, Vickers Limited, 693
  • Submarine E 4, 46

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • Battleship and the Destroyer, 181
  • Deficiency of Protection in Dreadnoughts, General Cuniberti, 85
  • Delays in Warship Construction, 633
  • Destroyer Developments, 283
  • Indiscriminate Purchase of Warships by Probable Belligerents, 351
  • Influence of Air Pumps on the Military Efficiency of Turbine-engined Warships, D. B. Morison, 279 ; (Letter), 316
  • Italian Navy Matters, 690
  • Italian Navy Problems, 335
  • Navy Estimates, 309
  • Progress of Warships and Machinery under Construction in England, 58
  • Proper Placing of Engines in Battleships, Col. Rota, 85 ; (Letter), 155
  • Recent Developments in Battleship Type, A. H. Burgoyne, 279, 290
  • Resistance and Speed of Submarines, 389
  • Resistance of Submarines when Submerged, 527
  • Shooting in the Navy, 465
  • United States Navy, Annual Report, 63
  • Warship Construction—see also Annual Article

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Foreign Navies:

  • Brazil, Armoured Monitors for, Vickers Limited, 668
  • Brazilian Battleship Rio de Janeiro, 89, 94
  • French Battleships Provence and Bretagne, 658
  • French Destroyer Magon, 658, 663
  • French Destroyers Fourche and Faulx, 144, 148 (Two-page Supplement, February 1th, 1913)
  • French Dreadnought Jean Bart, 676
  • French Dreadnoughts Paris and France, 31, 42
  • German Battleships of the “ Kaiser ” 410
  • Italian Battleship Andrea Doria,
  • (Letter), 421
  • Italian Dreadnought Duilio, 475 United States Navy, Annual Report,
  • United States Navy, Engineering Progress
  • in. Captain C. W. Dyson, 184, 208 United States Warships and Wotherspoon’s System,, 171

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • American Lakes Paddle-wheel Steamers, 247 Bergensfjord, Passenger and Emigrant Liner, 394
  • Boeton, Cargo Steamer, 84, 115 {Two-page Supplement, January 2^th, 1913), {Two- page Supplement, January 31«^, 1913) Cairnross, Geared Turbine Cargo Steamer, W. Doxford and Sons, 243, 244, 254
  • City of Detroit III., American Paddle-wheel Steamer, 247
  • Canard Liner Aquitania, 127,
  • Diesel Oil Tank Ship Hagen, 304, 308
  • Elbe, Motor-driven Lightship, Emanuel Nobel, Werkspoor 329 ; (Correction), 373
  • French South Atlantic Liner laitetia, 606 Geared Turbine Steamer, King Orry, 289, 302, 692 {Two-page Supplement, June 2.1th, 1913)
  • Geared Turbine Steamers Curzon, Hardinge, and Elgin, for the South Indian Railway, A. and J. Inglis, 472 [Two-page Supplement, May 2nd, 1913)
  • Hamburg-American Liner Imperator, 639, 649 {Two-page Supplement, June 20th, 1913) Marathon and Miltiades, Aberdeen Liners, Lengthening, 72, 73
  • Norbotten, Ore-carrying Steamer, R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Limited, 368 Normannia and Hantonia, 3t>l
  • Royal Mail Liner Drina, 128
  • White Star Liner Olympic, Alterations to, 75, 330
  • SHIPYARD Workers—see Labour
  • Shooting in the Navy, 465
  • Shuman-Haines Engine—see Engines
  • Siemens, A., on Metal Filament Lamps, 312 Signals—see Railways
  • Silicon, Influence of—see Iron and Steel
  • Sixties, The, and To-day, 685 {Twn-page Supplement, June 21th, 1913)
  • Skoda Steel Works—see Works Slotting—see Machine Tools
  • Smith, Professor C. A. M., on British Engineers and China, 66
  • Smoke Prevention—see Boilers
  • Snyder, G. D., on City Passenger Transportation in the United States, 292
  • Spencer, A. S., on Resistance of Steel-framed Sheds to Wind Forces, 569, 619 ; (Letter), 682
  • Sperry Aeroplane Stabiliser, 600, 607
  • Spring, Sir F. J. E., on Coastal Sand Travel, 421
  • Stabiliser, Sperry Aeroplane, 600, 607
  • Stability of Aeroplanes, 607
  • Stability, Approximate, Some Further Notes on, A. R. Liddell, 432
  • Stage Management of Meetings, 203 ; (Letters), 233, 249, 289
  • Stanchions Carrying Excentric Loads, E. G. Beck, 406
  • Starting of Engines—.see Engines
  • Stationery Office, H.M. New, and Stores, 577
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Turbines—see Turbines Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Steele, J. E., on Longitudinal Stability of Skimmers and Hydro-aeroplanes, 304, 397
  • Stewart, J. G., on Indicators, 91, 95, 102, 131
  • Storage Batteries—see Electrical Matters Storage Reservoirs, Control of Rivers by, 513
  • Stresses, Distribution of. Due to Rivets in a Plate, Professor E. G. Coker and Mr. W. A. Scoble, 329
  • Stresses in a Plate Due to the Presence of Cracks and Sharp Corners, C. E. Inglis, 329
  • Stresses in Stayed Cylindrical Shells, C. E. Stromeyer, 329, 423
  • Strikes—see Labour News
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on Stresses in Stayed Cylindrical Shells, 329, 423
  • Students on their Education, 43 Submarines—see Ships Sudan, Irrigation in the, Percy F. Martin, 109, 123, 163, 176
  • Sulphur, Influence of—see Iron and Steel Superheated Steam—Its Effect upon Cylinder Power in Practice, C. R. King, 164, 192, 193, .215 ; (Letters), 249, 367, 421, 450, 504
  • Superheating and Feed-water Heating, Some Effects of, on Locomotive Working, F. H. Trevithick and P. J. Cowan, 306, M4, 331, 363, 377, 415 ; (Letters), 475
  • Surface Condenser—see Condenser Switch Gear—see Electrical Matters Synchronising Machines—see Electrical Matters '
  • TALBOT, B., on the Production of Sound Steel by Lateral Compression of the Ingot, &c., 489, 501
  • Tank, Experimental, at St. Albans, Vickers Limited, 288
  • Tank for Testing Piers at New York, 614
  • Tanks, Frahm Anti-rolling, Major N. Pecoraro, 139, 276
  • Technical Education in Bombay, 191 ; (Letter), 368 {Two-page Supplement, February 21*7, 1913)
  • Technical Education in Calcutta, 247 Gt-enacity of Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Testing Motors—see Electrical Matters Tests, Notched-bar Impact, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 110
  • Textile Mills, Power Plant for, 498
  • Theobald, Mr., on Quantity Surveyors and Reinforced Concrete Specialists, 8
  • Tidal Waters as a Source of Power, C. A. Battiscombe, 494
  • Timber Drying Plant, Sturtevant Engineering Company, 611
  • Tintometer for Mechanical Filtration Plants, F. J. Dixon, 584
  • Trades Unions—see Labour Traffic Act, Railway and Canal, 1913, 199
  • Train Dispatcher in England, 228
  • Train Resistance and Temperature, 150 Trains—see Railways
  • Tramcars, Petrol-electric, for the London
  • County Council, W. A. Stevens, 587
  • Tramways—see City Passenger, &c. Tramways, London County Council, 659, 661
  • Transmutation of the Elements, 178 Trend of Invention, 478
  • Trevithick, F. H., and P. J. Cowan, on Some Effects of Superheating and Feed-water Heating on Locomotive Working, 306, 314, 331, 363, 377, 415 ; (Letters), 475
  • Tripoli Harbour, 541, 554 Tripolitaine—see Harbour Works
  • Truck-loading Machine—see Machine for Loading, &c.
  • Turbine, S. Z. de Ferranti, 92
  • Turbine, Geared—see Ships, Mechanical Gearing, &c.
  • Turbine Speed Governor, 356
  • Turbines of the French Destroyers Fourche and Faulx, 144
  • Turbines, Geared, and Triple-expansion Engine in Cargo Steamers, C. W. Cairns, 614
  • Turbines, Large Steam, 362
  • Turbines, Parsons’, for French Battleships, 558
  • Turbines, Pelton Wheel, at Arniberg Power
  • Station, Theodor Bell and Co., 217, 226 {TwO'page Supplement, February 2^th, 1913)
  • Turbines, Small Steam, 573
  • Turbo-generators—see Electrical Matters
  • UNIFICATION of Railway Gauges—see Rail- ways
  • United States Navy—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • University of Hong-Kong, GO, 120
  • Utilisation of Coke Oven Gases, 556
  • VAGARIES of Engineering Practice, J. H. Gibson, 51
  • Valve Gear, Locomotive, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 647
  • Valve, Locomotive Regulator, Evans, Lewis and Robson, 182
  • Vancouver Bridges—see Bridges
  • Vertical Band Re-saw, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, 60
  • Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute, Bombay, 191 ; (Letter), 368 {Two-page Supplement, February 21sZ, 1913)
  • Viscometer, J. G. A. Rhodin, 638
  • Von Ehrenwerth, Professor, on the Economy of Dry Blast, 491
  • WAGES-see Labour
  • Walker, Professor Miles, on Phase Advancers, 77

WAR MATERIAL AND WAR MATTERS:

  • Bridging Operations Conducted under Military Conditions, Capt. C. E. P. Sankey, 7(>
  • Failure of an American Gun, 394
  • Guns and Gun Mounting Shop at Skoda Steel Works, 62, 64
  • Guns and Warships in the Sixties, 685 {Two- page Supplement, June 21th, 1913)
  • Ordnance Factory at Skoda Steel Works, 62, 64
  • WATER Blow in Steam Engines, Tests by
  • Soc. Anon., H. Bollinckx, 419
  • Water Meter, Bulk, Palatine Engineering Company, 412

WATER SUPPLY:

  • Animal Growths in Water Pipes, S. C. Chapman, 667
  • Charges for London Water, 168
  • Measurement of the Flow of the River Derwent, Derbyshire, E. Sandeman, 395
  • Metropolitan Water Board—Chingford Reservoir, 269, 282, 297, 323, 334 ; (Letter), 316 {Two Two-page Supplements, March 14//?, 1913), {Two-page Supplement, March 2Ls/, 1913)
  • Tintometer for Mechanical Filtration Plants, F. J . Dixon, 584
  • Water Supply for Public Baths, C. J. Yorath, 404
  • Yield of Various Catchment Areas land, W. C. Reid, 395
  • WATER-TIGHT Subdivision, A. R. 547
  • Watson and Mitchell, Messrs., on Vehicles, 679
  • Weighing Machine, New Automatic, W. Simonsson, 48
  • Weight of Ships—see Ships
  • Weir, W., on The Surface Condenser, 100 ; (Letters), 129, 232, 289
  • Welding Plant, Electric, Parsons ]\totor Company, 584
  • Well, Deep Artesian, and Deferrating Plant at Ottershaw, 24
  • White Nile Reservoirs, Proposed, 661
  • Willcocks, Sir W., and Sir Hanbury Brown on Drainage Projects in Egypt, 182, 246, 299. 327, 416, 433, 464, 471, 528 ; (Letters), 460, 504, 524, 560, 604, 653
  • Wind Forces, Resistance of Steel-framed Sheds to, Albert Spencer, 569, 619
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Applications of, to Time Signals, Commandant Ferrie, 583
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Report of Advisory Committee, 487, 497
  • Wood Drying Plant, Sturtevant Engineering Company, 611
  • Wood Works at Ruston, Proctor and Co., 551 {Two-pagc Supplement, May 2'3r(l, 1913)

WORKS:

  • British Oxygen Company ; Production of Oxygen from the Atmosphere, 351, 381 {Two-page Supplement, April 4^/z, 1913)
  • Mather and Platt, Limited, Works, Regulations for Apprentices, 49
  • Ruston, Proctor and Company, at Lincoln, 548 {Two-page Supplement, May 22rd, 1913
  • Skoda Steel Works, Pilsen, Bohemia, CO, C4
  • Tata Hydro-electric Works, 699
  • Works in the Glasgow Neighbourhood Visited by the Institution of Naval Architects, G78
  • WORKSHOPS, Engineering, Construction of, H. N. Allott, 277
  • Workshops, The Lighting of, 125
  • YIELD of Catchment Areas—see Water Supply
  • Yorath, C. J., on Water Supply for Public Baths, 404
  • Youths, Night Work for, 424
  • ZULVER, C., on Liquid Fuel as a Source of Energy for the Propulsion of Ships, &c., 221, 227

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