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The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • ABBEY Mills Sewage Pumping Station, 64, 68

ACCIDENTS;

  • Ais Gill Railway Disaster, 252, 257, 281, 306, 309, 575, 580, 681 ; (Letters), 315, 340, 421, 448, 504, 582, 607
  • Bray Explosion, 331
  • Four Recent Railway Accidents, 128 Industrial, 121
  • Liverpool Railway Accident, 440, 648
  • Melun Railway Disaster, 515
  • Railway Accidents and the Public, 309 ; (Letter), 340
  • Railway Accidents in the United Kingdom, 283
  • Reports on Various Railway Accidents, 333
  • Tottenham Collision, 440
  • Two Recent Railway Accidents, 440
  • Volturno, Burning of the, 415
  • Waterloo Junction Accident, 473
  • Yeovil Railway Collision, 366
  • Zeppelin Airship Disaster, 282
  • ACCRINGTON Electricity Works with Gas- driven Generating Plant, 3()2, 367
  • Aerial Propulsion of Barges on Canals, L. Blin Desbleds, 318

AERONAUTICS:

  • Aeroplanes in Paris. 630, 675
  • Air Scouting at the Italian Manoeuvres, 370
  • British Aeroplane Industry, 202
  • Catastrophic Instability in Aeroplanes, F. W. Lanchester, 301
  • Failure of the Dirigible Balloon, 443
  • Forlanini Airship Citta di Milano, 251
  • Future of the Aeroplane, 547 ; (Letter), 607
  • German Aeroplane Motor Competition, 548, 593
  • Government and Aeronautics, 16
  • Gyroscopic Action of Aeroplane Motors and Propellers, 337
  • Military Aeroplanes in Paris, 630
  • Paul Schmitt Biplane, 631
  • Schutte-Lanz Airship S.L. 2, German, 9
  • Seaplane, 100 .H.P., A. V. Koe and Co., 371 {Two-page Supplement, October Zrd, 1913)
  • Zeppelin Airship Disaster, 282
  • AGRICULTURAL Engines and Implements at Smithfield Show, 619
  • Agricultural Machinery at Bristol Show, 10, 39
  • Air Compressors—see Compressor
  • Allen, R. W., on Modern Pumping Machinery for Drainage of the Fens, 142 ; (Letter), 181
  • Alloys, The Specific Volume and Constitution of. Dr. W. M. Guertler, 283
  • Alloys, Study of Volume Changes in, J. H. (Chamberlain, 283
  • America, Concrete Building Construction in, Aiken System and Unit System, 411
  • America, The Diesel Engine in, 189
  • Ames-Holden Factory in Montreal with Reinforced Concrete Interior Construction, 221
  • Ammonia Scrubber, Water Separator and Preheater, 219
  • Ammunition—see War Material
  • Amo Milking Machine, Wilts United Dairies, 10, 40
  • Analogies between Airship and Seaship Building, Felix Pietzker, 602
  • Andrews, Ewart S., on Reverse Bending Moments in Fixed Beams, 203
  • Andrews, Ewart S., on The Compressive Strength of Concrete and Stone, 296
  • Andrews, Ewart S., on The Revised L.C.C. Reinforced Concrete Regulations, 356, 461
  • Annealing of Gold, Dr. T. K. Rose, 245
  • Anti-rolling—see Ships
  • Apprenticeship Question, 405
  • Armour Plate—see also War Material
  • Armour, Present Value of, 643
  • Arsenical Copper, F. Johnson, 283

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS, AND SOCIETIES.

  • Association, The British:
  • Action of an Alkaline Natural Water on Lead, J. F. Liverseege and A. W. Knapp, 330
  • Aerial Propulsion of Barges on Canals, L. Blin Desbleds, 318
  • Amorphous Phases in Metals, Dr. Walter Rosenhain, 301
  • Atmosphere Refraction in Wireless Telegraphy, Dr. W. H. Eccles, 357
  • Birmingham Meeting, 207, 285, 300, 317, 329, 343, 357, 423
  • Catastrophic Instability in Aeroplanes, F. W. Lanchester, 301
  • Colour Vision and Colour Blindness, 358 Development of the Midland Coalfields, Fred. G. Meachem, 358
  • Education, Principal E. H. Griffiths, 358
  • Effect of Altitude on Blood, 358
  • Effect of Atmospheric Conditions on the Strength of Signals, Professor W. E. Marchant, 357
  • Effect of Compression Ratio on the Efficiency of a Gas Engine, Professors J. E. Petavel and G. Asakama, 300
  • Explosions in Coal Mines and the Means of Preventing them. Sir H. Cunynghame, 358
  • Fatigue of Metals, Dr. Rosenhain, 330
  • Gas Engine Research Committee, Report, 300
  • Influence of Gas on the Inflammability of Coal Dust in the Air of Mines, Professor W. M. Thornton, 301
  • Inland Waterways in England, R. B. Dunwoody, 303
  • Inland Waterways, Lord Shuttleworth and others, 302
  • Internal Combustion Engine Applied to Railway Locomotion, F. W. Lanchester, 301
  • Landslides Accompanied by Upheaval in the Culebra Cut of the Panama Canal, Vaughan Cornish, 423
  • Liquid, Solid and Caseous Fuels for Power Production, Professor F. VV. Burstall, 301
  • Nature of the Electro-magnetic Waves Employed in Radio-telegraphy and the Mode of their Propogation, Professor C. W. (). Pio we, 357
  • Nature of X-rays, 358
  • Papers, Discussions, &e.. List of, 207
  • Phenomena in the F'ormation of Phitectics, F. Ph C. Lamplough and J. T. Scott, 330
  • Presence of Copper in the Sandstones of Exmouth, C. Carus-Wilson, 358
  • Presidential Address in the Geological Section, Professor E. J. Carwood, 358
  • Presidential Address, Professor Gisbert Kapp, 286, 317
  • Presidential Address, Sir Oliver Lodge, 300
  • Presidential Address on the Mechanism of Chemical Action, Professor W. P. Wynne, 301
  • Programme for 1913, A Lay Member, 192
  • Proper Utilisation of Coal and Fuels Derived Therefrom, Discussion at British Association Meeting, 329
  • Pure Mathematics, Dr. H. F. Baker, 357 Radiation, J. H. Jeans, 358
  • Radio-active Elements and the Periodic Law, F. Soddy, 330
  • Radio-elements as Indicators in Chemistry and Physics, Dr. G. Hevesy, 331
  • Section A : Mathematics and Physics, President, Dr. H. F. Baker, 207, 357
  • Section B : Chcmistrv, President, Wynne, 207, 301, 329
  • Section C : Ceology, President, E. J. Carwood, 368
  • Section P3 : Geography, President, H. N. Dickson; 358
  • Section F : Economic Science and Statistics, President, Rev. P. H. Wicksteed, 207, 302
  • Section C : Engineering, President, Professor C. Kapp, 207, 285, 300, 317, 357, 423
  • Section I ?. Physiology, President, Dr. F. C Hopkins, 358
  • Section L : Education, President, Principal E. H. Griffiths, 358 i
  • Solar and Terrestrial Magnetic Disturbances, Rev. A. L. Cortie, 358
  • Solution of Cases in Metals, Dr. A. Holt, 330
  • Spitzbergen, 358
  • Structural Changes in Certain Alloys by Annealing, O. F. Hudson, 330
  • Structure of the Atom, 358
  • Structure of Lias Ironstone of South Warwickshire and Oxfordshire, E. A. Walford, 358
  • Study of Degradation or Enhancement of Quality of Commercial Copper by Presence of Impurities, F. Johnson, 330
  • Tabulation of Bessel and other Functions, Elliptic Function Tables, 358
  • Theory of the Magnet, Ih’ofossor S. B. McLaren, 358
  • Three-system Copper-Oxygen, F. D. Farrow, 330
  • Transport and Settlement of Sand in W ater and a Method of Exploring Sand Bars, J. S. Owens, 343
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • Engineering Workshop Organisation, Hans Reno Id, 473
  • Meeting : Presentation of Gold Medal to Mr. V. Gartside, 421
  • Pattern-making Department of an Engineering Works, T. Roberts, 601
  • Presidential Address, Dr. E. Hopkinson, 421
  • Recent Developments in Steam Condensing
  • Plants, A. E. Leigh Scanes, 526
  • Visit to Mather and Platt’s Works, 421
  • Association of Refrigeration, International :
  • Administration, 411
  • Application of Refrigeration to Food, J. A. Ruddick, 410
  • Congress at Chicago, 410 Cryotherapy, Professor Bordas, 410
  • Industrial Refrigeration, 410
  • Liquefied Gases and Units, Professor William Kent, 410
  • Railway and Steamship Refrigeration, 410
  • Refrigerating Machinery and Insulating Materials, R. H. Tait and L. C. Nordrneyer, 410
  • Visit to Washington, 411
Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Allotropic Transformations of Iron, Professor Sauveur, 250
  • Autumn Conference, 247, 270, 394, 395, 396
  • Commercial Production of Sound Ingots, Emil Gathmann, 272
  • Crystallising Properties of Electro-deposited Iron, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Dr. J. E. Stead, 249
  • Distillation of Tar in Metallurgical Practice,
  • Monsieur Gevers-Orban, 248 Effect of Heat Treatment on the Colorometric Test for Carbon, &c., Professor E. D. Campbell and Mr. F. D. Haskins, 273
  • Electric Refining of Steel in an Induction Furnace of Special Type, Otto Frick, 273
  • Heating and Cooling Curves of Manganese Steel, Sir Robert Hadfield, 250
  • Historical Survey of the Metallurgy of Iron in Belgium, Baron E. de Laveleye, 247
  • Manufacture of Armour-piercing Projectiles, General Leandro Cubillo, 271
  • Manufacture of Coke in Belgium, Baron E. Coppee, 248
  • Method of Preparing Sections of Fractures of Steel for Microscopic Examination, Professor A. Campion and Mr. J. M. Ferguson 273
  • Modern Open-hearth Steel Furnaces, Benjamin Talbot, 271, 394, 395, 396
  • New Method for the Determination of the Critical Points Ac and Ar, Dr. J. E. Stead, 273
  • Present Methods of Testing, with Special Reference to the Work of tne International Association for Testing Materials, Professor H. Hubert, 250, 260
  • Principal Deposits of Iron Orc in Chili, C. Vatticr and N. Echegarai, 273
  • Reinforced Pile Foundation for Blast Furnaces, Armand Baar, 272
  • So-called Crystallisation through Fatigue, F. Rogers, 273
  • Use of Coke Oven and Blast Furnace Gases in Metallurgy, E. Houbaer, 249
  • Use of Oxygen in Blast Furnace Practice, Gustave irasenstcr, 271
  • Visits, 273
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Annealing of Gold, Dr. T. K. Rose, 245
  • Arsenical Copper, h'. Johnson, 283
  • Copper-rich Ralchoids, Professor S. L. Hoyt, 283
  • Corrosion Committee’s Past and Future Work; Condenser Tube Corrosion, Sir G. A. Muntz and Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 478
  • Corrosion Committee, Second Report, G. D. Bengough and R. M. Jones, 244, 263, 287, 313, 344, 371
  • Determination of Oxygen in Copper and Brass, T. West, 283
  • Influence of Phosphorous on Some Copper- Aluminium Alloys, Professor A. A. Read, 283
  • Intercrystalline Cohesion of Metals, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. D. Ewen, 245
  • Meeting at Ghent, 106, 244, 263, 283 Metallographical Researches in Egyptian
  • Metal Antiquities, H. Garland, 283 iMicro-chemistry of Corrosion, C. H. Desch and S. White, 283
  • Specific Volume and Constitution of Alloys, Dr. W. M. Guertler, 283
  • Study of Volume Changes in Alloys, J. Pl. Chamberlain, 283
  • Visits to Shops, Messrs. Van den Kerchove and Carels b reres, 246
  • Institute of Naval Architects, German ;
  • Analogies Between Airship and Seaship Building, Felix Pietzker, 602
  • Annual Meeting, 571, 602, 618
  • Development of the Submarine Boat Periscope, Dr. Weidert, 602
  • Hamburg Dredging Methods, W. Thele, 618
  • Harmony in the Forms of Vessels, M. H. Bauer, 603
  • Importance and Measurement of the Stability of Sea-going Ships, Dr. Ing. Carl Commentz, 619
  • Measure of Stability Necessary for Ships, Ludwig Benjamin, 619
  • Recent Experiences and Aims in Marine Turbine Construction, Dr. Bauer, 571
  • Screw Propeller Problem, Professor Dr. Ing. Gumbel, 618 ; (Letter), 662
  • Spark Telegraphy on the Imperator, Direktor Bredow, 618
  • Institution of ^Automobile Engrineeps:
  • Roller and Ball Bearings, Professor J. Goodman, 669
  • The Fuel Question, Presidential Address by J. S. Critchley, 423, 451, 529
  • Institution of Civil Engineers:
  • Constitution of Port Authorities as Affecting the Organisation and Development of Ports, A. G. Lyster, 500
  • Construction of the White Star Dock and the Adjoining Quays at Southampton, F. E. W. Sheilds, 530
  • Cyclical Changes of Temperature in a Gas Engine Cylinder, Professor E. G. Coker and W. A. Scoble, 687
  • “James Forrest” Lecture, 1913, Twentj" Years’ Progress in Marine Construction, Alexander Grade, 449, 462
  • New Building, 445
  • Pass List, October Examinations, 1913, 553 Transandine Railway, B. H. Henderson, 635
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Pressure Rises, Presidential Address by N. Duddell, 565
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers:
  • Future of Oil Fuel, Presidential Address by Sir B, Redwood, 663, 689
  • Working Fluid of Internal Combustion
  • Engines, Dugald Clerk, 60, 76, 102
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • At Homo, 62G
  • Cutting I^ower of Lathe Turning Tools, Professor Ripper, 460, 651, 563, 583
  • Drainage of the Pens, R. F. Grantham, 141
  • Drainage of the River Ouse Basin, E. G. Crocker, 144
  • Engineering Research and its Co-ordination, G. H. Roberts, 165, 175
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 675
  • Ipswich, Corporation Electric Station and Tramways Depot, 146
  • Manchester Meeting, 664
  • Mechanical Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, Col. R. E. B. Crompton, 682
  • Modern Flour Mill Machinery, R. B. Creak, 459, 476
  • Modern Methods of Measuring Temperature, R. S. Whipple, 117, 129, 167, 183
  • Modern Pumping Machinery for Drainage of the Fens, R. W. Allen, 142
  • New Method of Cooling Gas Engines, Professor B. Hopkinson, 115
  • Summer Meeting at Cambridge, 40, 115, 141, 157, 165, 175, 183
  • Thomas Hawksley Lectures, E. B. Ellington, 626 ; (Letter), 686
  • University Press, Cambridge, 146
  • Visits, 117, 146, 166
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Case for Electric Propulsion, H. A. Mavor and J. Reid, 34
  • Criterion for the Occurrence of Cavitation, Professor Dr. Ing. L. Giimbel, 8
  • Device to Facilitate the Coupling of Cruising Turbines, H. F. Yarrow, 32
  • Effect of Form and Size on the Resistance of Ships, G. S. Baker and J. L. Kent, 7
  • Effect of Internal Loose Water upon the Rolling of a Ship, &c., A. Cannon, 7
  • Effect of Water Chambers on the Rolling of Ships, Lloyd Woollard, 7
  • Fatigue in the Steel Material of Steamers, Dr. S. J. P, Thearle, 6
  • Performance on Service of the Motor Ship Suecia, I. Knudsen, 32
  • “ Suction ” or Interaction between Passing Vessels, Professor A. H. Gibson and J. H. Thompson, 7, 22
  • Summer Meeting in Glasgow, 6, 24
  • Trials of Three Ferry Steamers Propelled by Geared Turbines, Dr. J. Inglis, 30
  • Visits to Corporation and Tramways Power Stations; Albion Motor Car Works ; Singer Manufacturing Company ; Babcock and Wilcox, Renfrew Works; Dalmuir Shipyard ; Beardmore’s Works, 8 ; Dinner and Ball, 8
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and shipbuilders :
  • Aeronautical Committee, Foundation of, 632 Present Position of
  • Chiefly in Marine Carols, 608
  • Summer Meeting in Visits to Works, 8
  • Institution of Post-office Electrical Engineers:
  • Telegraph Traffic and Power Plant for Pneumatic l.'ubcs, B. Eason, 652
  • Institution of Water Engineers:
  • Annual General Meeting, 651
  • Borehole and Pumping Plant for Portland, Uexpected Result of Blasting, R. S. Henshaw, 651
  • Mechanical Filter versus Sand Filter, F. J. Dixon, 651
  • Returns by Water Undertakings, J. Chisholm, 651
  • Softening and Hardening of Water, Archbutt- Deeley Rapid Softening Process, W. T. Burgess, 651
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Highways, C. H. Cooper, 398
  • Society, Glasgow University Engineering :
  • Development of the Generation of Electricity, Presidential Address by W. W. Lackie, 474
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • Railways for Development Purposes, G. Kenyon Bell, 634
  • ASSOUAN Dam and the Nile I'^lood, 150 • (Letters), 156, 181, 206, 233
  • Atmosphere, Impurities of the, J. B. C. Kershaw, 429
  • Australia, Manufacture of Rolling Stock in, 278 Automatic Metallic Packing, Sigma, R. Semple and Co., 626
  • Automatic Sub-station—see Electrical Matters
  • Automatic Telephony, 572
  • Automatic 3h’ain Control—see Railways Automatic Train Stops or Cab Signals, 681 Automatic Valve—^ec Valve
  • Averoineter—see Motor Cars
  • BAAR, Armand, on Reinforced Pile Foundation for Blast Furnaces, 272
  • Baker, G. S., and J. L. Kent on the Effect of Form and Size on the Resistance of Ships, 7 Ball, J. D. W., on Reduced Live Loads on
  • Railway Underbridges, 377 ; (Letter), 421 Balloons—see Aeronautics
  • Barham, G. B., on Coal for Power Plants, 181 Battleships—see Ships
  • Bauer, M. H., on Harmony in the Forms of Vessels, 603
  • Bauer, Dr., on Recent Experiences and Aims in Marine Turbine Construction, 571
  • Bavarian Lloyd, 258
  • Belgium, Historical Survey of the Metallurgy of Iron in, Baron E. de Laveleye, 247
  • Belgium, Manufacture of Coke in, Baron E. Coppee, 248
  • Bell, (J. Kenyon, on Railways for Development Purposes, 634
  • Belt Coal Conveyor at Middlesbrough, Spencer and Co,, Limited, 341
  • Bending Moments, Reverse, in Fixed Beams, Ewart S. Andrews, 203
  • Bengough, G. D., and R. M. Jones, Second Report of the Corrosion (committee, 244, 255, 263, 287, 313, 344, 371
  • Benjamin, Ludwig, on the Measure of Stability-
  • Necessary for Ships, 619
  • Blast Furnaces-—see Iron and Steel Board of Trade, Railways and the, 655 Boats—see Ships

BOILERS:

  • Boiler and Economiser Efficiency and Design, R. H. Smith, 485, 522, 535, 569, 591, 615, 647, 649, 669 ; (Letter), 607
  • Boiler and Superheater for Queensland University, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 195, 196
  • Dampers, Electrically Operated, India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company, 526
  • The Naval Boiler, Evolution of, Engineer- Commander H. B.
  • Water-tube Boilers
  • Marine, 389
  • BOOKS of Reference, Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Boring Plant, Water, H. Brown and Co., 38 Box-nailing Machine, A. S. King, 472
  • Bray Explosion, 331
  • Bredow, Direktor, on Spark Telegraphy in the Imperator, 618

BRIDGES:

  • Bulak Bridge at Cairo, 403 {Two-page Supple- ment, October llth^ 1913)
  • Construction of the Masonry for the New Quebec Bridge, 327, 336
  • Dublin, Twin Scherzer Bridges at, 304, 308
  • Eastern Bengal Railway Bridge over the Lower Ganges, 273, 280 : (Letter), 315
  • Employment of High-grade Materials in Bridge Building, Dr. F. Bohny, 634
  • Erie Canal Lift Bridge, 562
  • Great Northern Railway Bridges and Viaducts {Sixieen-page Supplement^ November 23th, 1913)
  • Halsted-street Lift Bridge at Chicago, 562, 618
  • Hawthorne-avenue Bridge at Portland, 563 Liverpool Landing Stage Bridge, 125
  • Portland Bridge, U.S.A., 616, 628
  • Reduced Live Loads on Railway Underbridges, J. D. W. Ball, 377 ; (Letter), 421
  • Sand Point Bridge, 617
  • Sara Ghat Bridge—see Eastern Bengal
  • Tacoma Bridge, 616, 628
  • Timber Bridge over the River Witham at Barduey, Great Northern Railway {Six- teen-page Supplement, November 23th, 1913)
  • Town Bridge at Boston, Lincolnshire, 72 Vertical Lift Drawbridges, 562, 616, 628 Warrington Bridge, 40
  • BRISTOL, Professor W. H., Thermo-couple and Experimental Sea Temperature Indicator and Recorder, 194
  • British Home Oil Refineries, A. E. v. Groeling, 102
  • Brown, SirHanbury, on The Nile Flood of 1913, 536
  • Buffer Bloom Heating Furnace, Brett’s Patent Lifter Co., 47
  • Burstall, Professor F. W., on Liquid, Solid and Gaseous Fuels for Power Production, 301
  • Burton-Alexander, J. T., on Recent French Locomotive Performances, 338
  • CAIRO, New Port for Nile Boats, 9
  • Caissons for Bridges—see Bridges
  • Calcutta, The Port of, 246
  • Calendars and Diaries, 664
  • Cambridge Observatory, 118
  • Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 117
  • Cambridge University Engineering Laboratory, 118
  • Cambridge University Press, 146

CANALS :

  • Aerial Propulsion of Barges on Canals’ L. Blin Desbleds, 318
  • Canal Problems, 66, 69 ; (Letters), 92, 127
  • Canal v. Railway Transport, The Question of, 556 ; (Letter), 582
  • Canals as Motor Roads, 622 ; (Letter), 686
  • Panama Canal, Chagrcs River and the Culebra Cut, 412
  • Panama Canal, Earthquake, John Stuart, 466
  • Panama Canal, Landslides Accompanied by Upheaval in the Culebra Cut, Vaughan Cornish, 423
  • Railways and Canals, 469, 556
  • CANNON, A., on the Effect of Internal Loose Water upon the Rolling of a Ship, <fcc., 7
  • Carding and Spinning Cotton Waste, W’. T. Smith and Co., 285
  • Cards’ Exhibit at Ghent, 128
  • Cards, Georges, on Present Position of the Diesel Engine Chiefly in Marino Propulsion, 601, 608
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., and Dr. J. E. Stead, on the Crystallising Properties of Electro-deposited Iron, 249
  • Carriages, Railway—see Railways
  • Catalogues, 26, 49, 78, 156, 186, 212, 238, 320, 424, 452, 506, 533, 558
  • Chagres River and Culebra Cut, 412
  • Chamberlain, J. H., on A Study of Volume Changes in Alloys, 283
  • Channel Tunnel, 151, 334, 363
  • Chatley, Professors H., and H. T. W’right, on
  • Tangshan Colliery, North China, 537, 646
  • Chester Hydro-electric Station, 406, 407, 414
  • Chiappella Station—see Railways, Foreign
  • Chicago, International Refrigerating Congress at, 410
  • Civil Control of the Naval Dockyards, 470
  • Clearing House—see Engineering Research
  • Clerk, Dugald, Experimental Gas Engine, 76
  • Clerk, Dugald, on Working Fluid of Internal Combustion Engines, 60, 76, 102
  • Clover Huller, “ Champion,” Ruston, Proctor and Co., 620
  • Clover Huller, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 622
  • Clyde, Control of the, 309
  • Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships

COAL, COKB, AND COLLIERIES:

  • Belt Coal Conveyor at Middlesbrough, Spencer and Co., Limited, 341
  • Coal, and Fuels Derived therefrom. Proper Utilisation of. Discussion by Professor E. F. Armstrong and others, 329
  • Coal for Power Plants, G. B. Barham, 181
  • Coke in Belgium, Manufacture of, Baron E. Coppee, 248
  • Coke Oven and Blast Furnace Gases in Metallurgy, The Use of, E. Houljaer, 249
  • Coke Oven Gas, The Supply of, to Municipalities, 303
  • Explosions in Coal Mines and the Means of Preventing Them, Sir H. Cunynghame, 358 Explosions in Mines Committee, Fifth Report of, 578
  • Insurance Against Colliery Explosions, 672 Labour Questions—see Labour
  • Tangshan Colliery, North China, Professors H. Chatley and H. T. Wright, 537, 646
  • COKER, Professor E. G., and W. A. Scoble, on Cyclical Changes of Temperature in a Gas Engine Cylinder, 687
  • Colchester and Other Railway Accident Reports,
  • Workshop for Siemens wtliGib and Co. at Woolwich, F. Southey,
  • Compressed Air, Concreting by, 207 Compressive Strength of Concrete and Stone Kwart S. Andrews, 290 ’
  • Compressor, Higli-spoed Steam-driven Air , 650® 6“r^
  • Compressor, Quadruplex Air, Even Turnim/ Keavell and Co., 232
  • Compressors, Steam-driven Air, General Engine and Boiler Company, 05 ®
  • Concrete-—566 aZ^o r'erro-concrctc Construction in America,
  • Unit Systems, 411
  • Concrete, Interior Construction of Ames-Kolden factory m Montreal, 221
  • Concrete, Reinforced Grain Store at Imniing- ham Bocks, 500, 507
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Regulations, The Revised Uwart S. Andrews, 350, 401
  • Concrete and Stone, Compressive Strength of, Ewart S. Andrews, 29o °
  • Concreting by Compressed Air, 207
  • Condenser T ubes—5ee Corrosion Committee’s Report
  • Condensing Plants, Steam, Recent Develon- Scanes, 620
  • Conference of Employers, Relation of Science 492 Iridustrial Uses of Coal Gas,
  • Connecting-rod System, Williams, 024 Consideration of British Express Eocomotive r, Johnston, 215, 274, 296
  • Contract to Buy Machinery, Pleasure of Damages on iailure to Complete, 204 Contracts, 26, 54, 81, 100, 132, 180. 212 238
  • Control of the Clyde, 309
  • Conveyors, Elevators, &c., at Immingham Concrete Grain Store, 560, 607 Coolers and Crystallisers—see Scottish Shale Oil Industry
  • Coolers, steam Boiler and Air Compressor at Accrington Electricity Works, 302, 307
  • Coppee, Baron E„ on The, Manufacture of Coke in Belgium, 248
  • Copper, Arsenical, E. Johnson, '283
  • Copper-rich Kalchoids, Professor S. L. Hoyt 283
  • Cornish Vaughan, on Landslides Accompanied by Upheaval in the Culebra Cut of the Panama Canal, 423
  • Corrosion, 601
  • Corrosion Committee of the Institute of Metals last and huture Work; Condenser Tube* Sir G, A. Muntz and Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 478
  • Corrosion Committee of the Institute of Metals I Second Report, G. D. Bengough and R M* Jones, 244, 266, 263, 287, 313, 344, 371 '
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes—6-6c Corrosion Committee’s Report
  • Coster, Vennell, on Gas Engines, 678
  • Cotton Waste, Carding and Spinning. W T Smith and Co., 285 °
  • Cramp, Bly-wheel Adjustable, Brice and Belsham, 92
  • Crane, 160-Ton Electric Overhead Travelling Broadbent and Sons, Limited, 668
  • Crane, IS-JJon Hand Travelling, T. Smith and Sons, 65
  • Cranes, Luffing, at Gladstone Dock, Liverpool Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co ’ Limited, 230, 231 ’’
  • Creak, R. B., on Modern Flour Mill Machinery 459, 476
  • Criterion for the Occurrence of Cavitation
  • Professor Dr. Ing. L. Gumbel, 8
  • Crocker, E. G., on the Drainage of the River Ouse Basin, 144 ; (Letters), 181, 206, 233
  • Crompton, Col. R. E. B., on Mechanical Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, 682 Crystallising Properties of Electro-deposited Iron, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Dr J. E. Stead, 249
  • Cubillo, General Leandro, on the Manufacture of Armour-piercing Projectiles, 271
  • Cutting Power of Lathes—566 Machine Tools Cyclical Changes of Temperature in a Gas ? Engine Cylinder, Professor E. G. Coker and I W. A. Scoble, 687 ' Cycloidal Pumps—see Pumps
  • DAM, Assouan, and the Nile Flood 150 • (Letters), 156, 181, 206, 233 ’
  • Dampers—see Boilers
  • De Laveley, Baron E., on a Historical Survey of the Metallurgy of Iron in Belgium, 247 Desbleds, L. Blin, on the Aerial Propulsion of
  • Barges on Canals, 318 Developing the Tees, 554 Development of the Submarine—see Ships Naval Matters ’
  • Diesel, Dr. Rudolph, 366
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines Dock, Lagoon Wet, 83, 94
  • Dock, White Star, and Adjoining Quays at Southampton, Construction of, F, E W Shields, 630
  • Docks, Immingham, Reinforced Concrete Grain Store at, 666, 667
  • Docks, Kidderpore, Calcutta, 246 Docks and Shipbuilding at Shanghai, 366 Docks, Tanjong Pagar, 83, 94

DOCKYARD NOTES :

  • Actaeon, H.M.S,, Fire Damage, 652 Argentine Battleship Rivadavia, Trials 60^ Argentine Destroyers to be Fitted with
  • Diesel Engines, 234
  • Argentine Destroyers, Speed, Armament, and Cost, 602
  • Battle Practice Target for the Navy 421 Bateleships, H.M., Namesof, 386; (Correction),
  • Battleships, H.M., nearly Ready for Launching, 602
  • Belgian Navy and Seaplanes, Rumonrs, 234 British Oil Fuel Vessels’ Requirements, 166 Cruisers, Admiralty and Private Shipyard Building, 287
  • Cruisers, Light, H.M., Names of, 386 Danish Submarines, 234
  • Delhi, Renamed Emperor of India,
  • 386
  • Destroyers—see Torpedo-boat Destroyers Elswick Battleships for Sale, 527
  • Emperor of India, H.M.S., 386 Fei Chung Gunnery Trials, 527
  • French Battleship Bearn, 652
  • French Battleships Lyon, Lille, Duquesne, and Tourville, 652
  • German Armoured Cruiser Lutzow, 652
  • German Destroyers Built by Vulkan and Schichau, 502
  • German Dreadnoughts’ Armour-plate Thickness, 234
  • German Torpedo-boat Destroyer S 178, 156 Iron Duke, H.M. Battleship, 502
  • Italian Naval Prize Awards, 527
  • Italian Scouts Marsala and Nino Bixio, 156; (Correction), 203
  • Italian Super-Dreadnought Giulio Cesare and Conte di Cavour, Delayed Completion, 166 ; (Correction), 203
  • Japanese Warship Building in this Country, 602
  • Linnet, II.M.S., Speed Trials, 527 Lysander, H.M. Destroyer, Trials, 662 Norwegian Battleships under Construction at Elswick, 502
  • Norwegian Chamber and Naval Finance, Paragon, H.M. Destroyer, 652 Portuguese Republic’s Naval Programme, Queen Elizabeth to have Two Funnels, Roumanian Naval Programme, 527 Royal Sovereign, H.M. Battleship, to Laid Down at Portsmouth, 662
  • Russian Destroyer Design: Exclusion of Cowls for Stokehole Draught, 156
  • Russian 1100-Ton Destroyers, Names and Remarkable Armament, 156
  • Russian Naval Estimates, 421
  • Swedish Battleship Fitted with Liquid luel ^Vppliances, 502
  • Tiger, H.M. Battle-cruiser, Launched, 652 Torpedo-boat Destroyers, Admiralty Classification, Classes A—L, 450
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyers, Admiralty Orders, 286
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyers, Nomenclature, 38<j Turkish Gunboats Completed at St. Nazaire, 502
  • United States Naval Intelligence Returns, 156 United States Torpedo-boat Destn)yers, Programme, 156
  • Warship Tonnage of Jjcading Navies, 156
  • Woolwich, H.M. Depot Ship, 'I rials, 652
  • DOCKYARD at Taikoo, 163
  • Dockyards and Shipbuilding at Hong-Kong, 163 Doncaster Works—see Works
  • Drainage of the Fens, R. F. Grantham, 141 ; (Letter), 181
  • Drainage of the River Ouse Basin, IJ. G. Crocker, 144 ; (Letters), 181, 206, 233
  • Drawbridges—see Bridges
  • Dredger, Non-propelled, for the Egyptian Delta, Alley and MacLellan, 234
  • Drill Head, A Multiple, Langelier Manufacturing Company, 503
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Drying and Conditioning Machine for Grain, J. Gibbs and Son, 554
  • Dublin Bridges—see Bridges
  • Duddell, W., on Pressure Rises, 555
  • Dundee, University College, Engineering Jaibor- atories at, 417
  • Dunston Power Station, 604
  • Dunwoody, R. B., on Inland Waterways in England, 303
  • EARTHQUAKE—see Panama
  • Eason, B., on Telegraph Trattic and Power Plant for Pneumatic Tubes, 652
  • Educational Intelligence, 130,186, 346, 372, 398 h2ffect of Compression Ratio on the Efficiency of a Gas Engine, Professors J. E. Petavel and G. Asakama, 300
  • Eight Hours Question—see Labour Ejectors, Penberthy, 65

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • Accrington Electricity Works, Gas-driven Generating Plant, 362, 367
  • Vutojnatic Sub-station, H. R. Summerhayes, 222, 228
  • Brown-Boveri Driving and Control Gear, 513, 514
  • Biaice-Peebles Converters, 152
  • Centralisation of Electricity Supply. 522 Chiappella Power Station for the Giovi Line, 297
  • Commutator Stone and Grinder, British Thomson-Houston Company, 46
  • Compensated Alternating-current Generators 513
  • Cranes—see Cranes
  • Dampers, Electrically Operated, India- imbber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company, 526
  • Development of the Generation of Electricity, W. W. Lackie, 474
  • Diesel Engines for Electric Railway Car and for Electric Lighting, 440
  • Doncaster Works, Generators at, 574, 582 Drive for Rolling Mills Worm Gearing, British Thomson-Houston, 182
  • Dunston Power Station, 604
  • Electric Driving in Workshops, 576
  • Electric Lighting Provisional Orders, 44
  • Electric Refining of Steel—see Iron and Steel Electrically Propelled Ships—see Ships Goldschmidt High-frequency Alternator, 623 Huge Generating Station for London, 655 Hydro-electric Power Plant at Chester, 406, 407, 414
  • Impregnating Plant for Dynamo Stators, Dryers Limited, 224
  • International Electrical Congress in 1915, 40 International Electro-technical Commission, 158, 306, 360
  • Kingston Electricity Works, Horizontal Diesel Engines at, 3G9
  • Lamps—sea Lamps
  • Lighting of Motor Cars, 624
  • Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives
  • Luggage Winch for Steam Yacht Sapphire, 487
  • Miles Walker Compounding System, 613 Parsons Compounding System, 513
  • Modern Converting Machinery, 44, 88, 162, 170 ; (Letter), 74
  • Motor Car, Arrol-Johnston-Edison, at Olympia, 624
  • Motor, Special, for Propelling the Tyne- mount, 383
  • New Generators for Diesel Engines, Oerlikon Company, 312
  • Oerlikon Motor Generator and Rotary Convertor, 170
  • Petrol Electric and Electric Vehicles, 43 Railways and Locomotives—see Railways Rating of Electrical Machinery, 360 Rotaries, Six and Three-phase, British Thomson-Houston Company, 46
  • Scherbins Motor, 645
  • Shanghai Municipal Electric Works, 300 Ships and Boats—see Ships
  • Switchgear, Some New, Adams Manufacturing Company, 206
  • Tangshan Colliery, Electrical Equipment, 637, 646
  • Train Lighting, 337
  • EMERY Grain Scourer, T. Robinson and Son, 39
  • Employers, Conference of, Relation of Science and Industry, Industrial Uses of Coal Gas, 492
  • Employers* Trade Union, 363
  • Employment of High-grade Materials—see Bridges

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • Aeroplane Engines at the German Motor Competition, Argus, Benz, Daimler, N.A.G., 593
  • Bray Explosion, 331
  • Busch-Sulzer Diesel Engine and Fuel Valve, 189, 191
  • Carels-Dicsel Engines of the Auxiliary Sailing Ship France, Schneider and Co., 669, 673, 680 {Two-pa(je Supplement,
  • December 2^th, 1913)
  • Cooling Gas Engines, A New Method Professor B. Hopkinson, 115; 206
  • Crude Oil Horizontal Engine, Proctor and Co., Limited, 12
  • Cyclical Changes of Temperature Engine Cylinder, Professoj' E. and W. A. Scoble, 687
  • Cylinder, Vaporiser and Fuel Atomiser of Oil Engine, British Westinghouse pany, 528
  • Diesel Engine in America, 189
  • Diesel Engine for Electric Power at caster, Carols Freres, 582
  • Diesel Engines of the Electric Motor Tyneinount, 380, 381, 388
  • Djinn Oil Engine, 37
  • Effect of Compression Ratio on the EfUci- cncy of a Gas Engine, Professors J. E. Petavel and G. Asakama, 300
  • Experimental Four-cycle Diesel Engine, New London Shij) and Engine Company, 189
  • Experimental Gas Engine, Dugald Clerk, 76
  • P*our-cycle Single-acting 1000 H.P. Gas Engines at Accrington Electricity Works, National Gas Engine Company. 362, 367
  • Four-cylinder Gas Engines, 476 H.P., for Abbey Mills Sewage Pumping Station, Premier Gas Engine Company, 64, 68
  • Gas Engine, 70 B.H.P., Crossley Brothers, 37
  • Gas Engines, Vennell Coster, 578
  • Gas Engines and Producers at Doncaster Works, Crossley Brothers and Campbell Gas ICngine Company, 674, 682
  • Gas Engines and Suction Producers for Ryde Waterworks, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 432
  • Horizontal Diesel Engines at the Kingston Electricity Works, 369
  • Improvements in Gas and Oil Engines, British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, Limited, 628 ; (Letter), 607
  • Internal Combustion Engine Applied to Railway Locomotion, F. W. Lanchester, 301
  • Internal Combustion hkigines at Bristol, 12
  • Marine Engines at Ghent Exhibition, Cards Freres, 128
  • Monte Penedo’s Diesel Engines, 273
  • Oil Engine with Magneto Electric Ignition, Petters, Limited, 38
  • Oil Engine, Portable, Blackstone and Co., 621
  • Oil Engines, Fixed and Portable, at Bristol
  • Show, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 12
  • Oil Engines at Smithfield Show, 619
  • Oil and Gas Engines at the xAgricultural Show, Bristol, 12, 37
  • Oil and Gas Engines and Suction Gas Plant, Campbell Gas Engine Company, 621
  • Petter’s Junior Oil Engine, 621
  • Polar Diesel Engine of the Ljusno Jernverk, 434, 435
  • Polar Diesel Engine for a Submarine, 434, 437, 438
  • Polar Diesel Engines, Marine and Stationary, A.-B. Diesels Motorer, 434
  • Polar Diesel Railway Car, 434, 439
  • Present Position of the Diesel Engine chiefly in Marine Propulsion, Georges Cards, 601, 608
  • Robey Crude Oil Engines, 621
  • Semi-Diesel Engine, Four-cycle 50 B.H.P., Crossley Brothers, 37
  • Six-cylinder Diesel Engine.s for a Barge and for the Yacht Idealia, New London Ship and Engine Company, 189
  • Submarine Diesel Engine. 189
  • Suction Gas Engine, Fielding and Platt, 38
  • Suction Gas Engine and Plant, Kynochs Limited, 38
  • Suction Gas Engines at Bristol Show, 37
  • Suction Gas Plant, Davey, l\ixman and Co., 39
  • Two-cycle Semi-Diesel Engine, 150 H.P., Petters, Limited, 180
  • Internal Combustion Engines (continued i :
  • Valveless Oil Engine, Clayton and Shuttle* ?worth, 38
  • Working Fluid of Internal Combustion Engines, Dugald Clerk, 60, 70, 102

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines:

  • Carels Engines at Ghent Exhibition, 128
  • Compound Traction Engine, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 019, 620
  • Condensing Engines of H.M. Harbour Tug Strenuous, 391
  • Conversion of Engine from Compound Steam to Uniflow, 75
  • Engines of the Twin-screw Steam Yacht Sapphire, 480, 489, 494 {Two-page Supplement, November '1th, 1913)
  • Experimental Steam Engine for Queensland University, Simpson, Strickland and Co., 190, 197 ; (Letter), 007
  • Single-cylinder Traction Engine with Superheater, Marshall, Sons and Co., IJmited, 11
  • Steam Engines at Bristol Show, 3S
  • Superheated Steam Ploughing Engine, J, Fowler and Co., 020
  • ENGINEERING in the East, Progress of, 3, 29, 83, 94, 110, 103, 191, 210, 240, 300, 324, 355, 378, 404
  • Engineering Laboratories at University College, Dundee, 417
  • Engineering Progress Abroad, 87, 208, 342, 470, 554, 001
  • Engineering Research and its Co-ordination G. H. Roberts, 105, 175
  • Engineering Works—see Works
  • Engineering Workshop Organisation, Hans Renold, 473
  • Even Turning Moment of Quadruplex Air Compressor, Reavell and Co., 232
  • Evening Trade Classes, 338

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Commercial Motor Vehicle Exhibition at Olympia, 90
  • Ghent, Carels Exhibit at, 128
  • Ghent, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean
  • Locomotive at, R. King, 430
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 524
  • National Gas, at Shepherd’s Bush, 385
  • Paris Aero Show, 03()
  • Physical Society, 060
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Bristol, 10, 37, 529
  • Smithfield Club Show, 019
  • EXPLOSIONS, Colliery, Insurance Against, 672
  • Explosives, Military—see V\'ar Material Export—see 3'rado
  • FACTORlES—see Works
  • Eactories, Lal)our Questions-—see Labour b'ens—see Drainage
  • Ferries, 'J’rain, 007
  • Ferro-concrete Work on the River Weaver, (501
  • Ferry Boat — see Ships
  • Fire Engines at Olympia, Petrol-driven, 100
  • Fire Engines at the Royal Show, Bristol, 12
  • Fire Pumping Plant, Petrol-driven, Merryweather and Sons, 70
  • Flour Mill MatUunery, Modern, R. B. Creak, 459, 470
  • Flour Milling Machinery at Bristol, 39
  • Fly-wheol Adjustable Cramp, Price and Belsham, 92
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 2(5, 52, 80, 100, 130, 158, 184, 212, 233, 204, 292, 318, 340, 372, 398, 424, 452, 478, 504, 530, 550, 584, (510, 038, (504, 1590
  • Forthcoming Meetings, 393, 418, 448, 474, 501, 515
  • Fottinger Transmitter, 571
  • Foundries, Piecework in, 259
  • French Locomotives—see Railway Loconio- ti ves
  • Frick, Otto, on the Electric Refining of Steel in an Induction Furnace of Special Type, 273
  • Friction, Steam, of 4’urbine Wheels, William Kerr, 209
  • Fuel, Oil, The Future of, Sir B. Redwood, 003, 689
  • Fuel Question, J. S. Critchley, 423, 461, 529
  • Fuels, Liquid, Solid and Gaseous, for Power Production, Professor F. W. Burstall, 301 Furnace, Bnifer Bloom Heating, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, 47
  • Furnaces, Open-hearth Steel, Modern, Benjamin Talbot, 271, 394, 395, 390
  • GAS, Coal, Industrial Uses of, 492
  • Gas, Coke Oven, The Supply of, to Municipalities, 303
  • Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Gas Exhibition—see Exhibitions
  • Gathinann, Emil, on the Commercial Production of Sound Ingots, 272
  • Gauge, Vacuum ElUciency, A. E. Leigh Scanes, 520
  • Gear Wheels, Laminated, H. Terry and Sons, f.32
  • Gearing, Worm, for Rolling Mills, H. Wallwork and Co., 182
  • Generating Stations—see Electrical Matters
  • Generators for Diesel Engines—see Electrical Matters
  • German Aeroplanes—see Aeronautics
  • German Colonies and Protectorates, Mining in, 023
  • German Patent Legislation, 172
  • German Shipbuilding—see Ships
  • German Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Gevers-Orban, Monsieur, on the Distillation of Tar in Metallurgical Practice, 248
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., and J. H. Thompson, on Experiments on “ Suction ” or interaction between Passing Vessels, 7, 22
  • GiovI Line—see Railways, Foreign
  • Gold, The Annealing of, Dr. T. K. Rose, 246
  • Goldschmidt High Precpiency Alternator, 623
  • Goodman, Professor J., on Koller and Bull
  • Bearings, 669 Government and Aeronautics, 16
  • Grade, Alexander, on Twenty Years' Progress
  • in Marine Construction, 449, 462
  • Grain, Machine for Drying and Conditioning, J. Gibbs and Son, 564
  • Grain Store, Reinforced Concrete, at Imming- ham Docks, 566, 567
  • Grantham, K. P., on the Drainage of the Pens, 141 ; (Letter), 181
  • Groeling—see Von Groeling
  • Guertler, Dr. W. M., on the Specific Volume and Constitution of Alloys, 283
  • Gumbel, Professor Dr. Ing. L., on Criterion for the Occurrence of Cavitation, 8
  • Gunibel, Professor Dr. Ing., on the Screw Propeller Problem, 618 ; (Letter), 662
  • Guns and Gunmaking—see War Material Gyroscopic Action of Aeroplane Motors and
  • Propellers, 337
  • HADFIELD Projectiles, 272
  • Hadfield, Sir Robert, on Heating and Cooling Curves of Manganese Steel, 250
  • Halvorsen, Professor Ole G., on Propeller
  • Experiments, 325 ; (Letter), 398
  • Hamburg Dredging Methods, W. I’hele, 618
  • Harbour and Port Works, Singapore, 83, 94 Harbour, Tsingtou, 378
  • Harmony in the Forms of Vessels—see Ships Hawksley, Thomas, 626
  • Heating and Cooling Curves of Manganese Steel, Sir R. Hadfield, 250
  • Henderson, B. H., on the Transandine Railway, 635
  • Hoe, Motor, Ivell Agricultural Motors, Limitetl, 620
  • Hong-Kong, Dockvards and Shipbuilding at, 163
  • Hong-Kong, University of, 110
  • Hopkinson, Professor JL, on a New Alethod of
  • Cooling Gas Engines, 115; (Letters), 2tH)
  • Houbaer, Monsieur E., on the Use of Coke Oven and Blast Purance Gases in Metallurgy, 249
  • Hoyt, Professor S. L., on the Copper-rich Kalchoids, 283
  • Hubert, Professor H., on Present Methods of Testing, with Special Reference to the Work of the International Association for Testing Materials, 250, 260
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Chester, 406, 407, 414
  • IMMINGHAM Docks, Reinforced Concrete Grain Store at, 566, 567
  • Impartial Inquiries—see Labour
  • Imperial Motor Transport Conference, 78, 100, 124
  • Imperial Wireless Chain, 43
  • Importance and Measurement of the Stability of Sea-going Ships, Dr. Ing. Carl Commentz, 619
  • Impregnating Tank for Dynamo Stators, Dryers Limited, 224
  • Impurities of the Atmosphere, J. B. C. Kershaw, 429
  • Indicator with Bdttchei* “ Powex* Counting ” Device, H. Maihat, 370
  • Indicators—-see also Temperature Industrial Accidents. 121 Industrial Agreements, 149
  • Inglis, Dr.’J., on Trials of Three Perry Steamers
  • Propelled by Geared I'urbines, 30
  • Ingots—see Iron and Steel
  • Insurance Against Colliery Explosions, 572
  • Intercrystalline Cohesion of Metals, Dr. AA\
  • Rosenhain and Mr. D. Ewen, 246
  • Interlocking of Railway Points and Signals, 168
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines International Conference on Safety of Life at Sea ’ List of Delegates, 475
  • International Electrical Congress, 40
  • International Electrotechnical Commission, 158 306, 360
  • Invention, 682

IRON AND STEEL:

  • Allotropic Transformations of Iron, lh*c- fessor Sauveur, 250
  • Blast Purnace Practice, on the Vse of Oxygen in, Gustave Trasenster, 271
  • Commercial Production of Sound Ingots, Emil Gathmann, 272
  • Corrosion—see Corrosion
  • Crystallising Properties of Plcctro-deposited Iron, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Dr. J. E. Stead, 249
  • hhectric. Refining of Steel in an Induction Purnace of Special 'I'ype, Otto Prick, 273
  • Pall in Steel Prices, 504
  • Poreign Steel Competition in Great Britain 496
  • German Steel Syndicate’s Past Year, 122
  • Heating and Cooling Curves of Mangane.se Steel, Sir R. Hadfield, 250
  • Iron Merchants in tlie North, 48
  • Iron Trade Wages—see Labour
  • Metallurgy of Iron in Belgium, Historical Survey of the, Baron E. de Laveley, 247
  • Modern Open-hearth Steel Furnaces, Benjamin Talbot, 271, 394, 395, 396
  • New Iron Trade Combination, 678
  • Reinforced Pile Foundation for Blast Furnaces, Armand Baar, 272
  • Steel Pipe Joints, Stewarts and Lloyds, Limited, 685
  • Steel Price Maintenance by Syndicate, 681
  • Steel Trade Competition, 334
  • Wages and Prices in the Iron and Steel Trades, 604
  • Wrought Iron Tube Trade, New Condi tions and Prices, 258
  • ITALY and Sardinia, New Reservoirs in, 60
  • JOHNSON, F., on Arsenical Copper, 283
  • Johnston, E. A., on A Consideration of British
  • Express Locomotive Design, 215, 274, 293
  • Johnston, E. A., on Train Control, 34, 57, 86, 112, 151 : (Letters), 232
  • Joints, Steel Pipe, Stewarts and Llovds, Limited 685
  • KAPP, Professor Gisbert, on Electrical Railways, 281, 285, 300, 317
  • Kelvin Window in Westminster Abbey, 21
  • Kerr, William, on Steam Friction of Turbine Wheels, 209
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on The Impurities of the Atmosphere, 429
  • King, C. R., on Compound Express Locomotive, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, 430
  • King’s Cross—see Railways
  • Knudsen, I., on Performance on Service of the. Motor Ship Suecia, 32
  • LABORATORIES, Engineering, at University College, Dundee, 417
  • Laboratory, Locomotive Testing, in the United States, 235

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • Coal Trade, Labour in the, 547
  • Eight Hours Question, 615
  • Employers’ Trade Union, 363
  • Impartial Inquiries, 415
  • Industrial Agreements, 149
  • Iron Trade Wages, 398
  • Malingering, 364
  • Malingering in Shipyards, 16
  • Miners’ Federation, 175
  • National Gazette of Unemployed, George
  • Young, 125
  • Piecework in Foundries, 259
  • Problems of Labour, 255
  • Railway Labour Problems, 310
  • Safety in Shipyards, 256
  • Shipbuilding Strike in Germany,
  • Shipyard Troubles, 340
  • Strike in the Railway Wagon, Engineering Trades, 47
  • Wages and Prices in the Iron Trades, 604
  • Welsh Railway Outbreak, 602, 629
  • Work and Wages in Factories and Workshops, 184
  • LACKIE, W. W., on Development of the Generation of Electricity, 474
  • Laminated Gearing, H. Terry and Sons, 632
  • Lamp, A New Half-watt, British Thomson- Houston Company, 258
  • Lamps, Mercury Vapour, and Plant Growth, 311
  • Lanchester, F. W., on Catastrophic Instability in Aeroplanes, 301
  • Lanchester, F. W., on The Internal Combustion Engine Applied to Railway Locomotion, 301
  • Landslides in the Culebra Cut—see Panama Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 54, 74, 104, 133, 160, 186, 207, 240, 266, 292, 322, 400, 428, 454, 482, 532, 692

LEADERS:

  • Ais Gill Accident, 257, 281, 575
  • Anti-rolling Devices, 202
  • Assouan Dam and the Nile Flood, 150
  • Automatic Sub-stations, 228
  • Automatic Train Stops or Cab Signals, 681
  • Bases of the Screw Propeller Problem, 629
  • British Aeroplane Industry, 202
  • Burning of the Volturno, 415
  • Canals, 69
  • Centralisation of Electricity Supply, 522 Channel Tunnel, 151
  • Civil Control of the Naval Dockyards, 470 Clearing House of Knowledge, 175
  • Control of the Clyde, 309
  • Corrosion, 601
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 255
  • Electric Driving in Workshops, 576
  • Electric Lighting Provisional Orders, 44
  • Electric Locomotives versus Motor Coaches, 390
  • Electric Railways, 281
  • Electric Transmission for Ships, 416
  • Employers’ Trade Union, 363
  • Evening Trade Classes, 338
  • Failure of the Dirigible Balloon, 443
  • Foreign Steel Competition in Great Britain, 496
  • French Battleships, The New, 15
  • Future of the Aeroplane, 647
  • Generating Station, Huge, for London, 655
  • German Steel Syndicate’s Past Year, 122 Government and Aeronautics, 15
  • Gyroscopic Action of Aeroplane Motors and Propellers, 337
  • Impartial Inquiries, 415
  • Imperial Wireless Chain, 43
  • Industrial Accidents, 121
  • Industrial Agreements, 149
  • Industrial Motor Vehicle, 96
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 575 Invention, 682
  • Labour in the Coal Trade, 547
  • Malingering, 364
  • Malingering in Shipyards, 16
  • Marine Diesel Engine, 601
  • Miners’ Federation, 175
  • Moral of State Railways in Italy, 227
  • Motor Cultivation, 363
  • Naval Programme, 443
  • Navigation and Interaction, 176
  • Noise of our Streets, 121
  • Oil-fired Ships of War, 95
  • Panama Earthquake, 495
  • Petrol-electric and Electric Vehicles, 43
  • Port Authorities, 496
  • Private Enterprise and Municipal Co-operation, 150
  • Problems of Labour, 255
  • Profit Guarantee on Shipbuilding, 444
  • Railway Accidents and the Public, 309
  • Railway Inquiry, Another, 228
  • Railway Labour Problems, 310
  • Railways and the Board of Trade, 655
  • Railways and Canals, 469
  • Report on Motor Traffic, 201
  • Reputation of a Car, 630
  • Royal Commission on Railways, 548
  • Safety in Shipyards, 256
  • Science of Metals, 310
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, 70
  • Shipyard Wages, 150
  • Steel Price Maintenance by Syndicates, 681 Train Lighting, 337
  • Typhoid Bacillus and Water Supplies, 95
  • United States, The New Tariff in the, 389 Water-tube Boilers and the Mercantile Marine, 389
  • Welsh Railway Outbreak, 602, 629
  • Wireless Telegraph Committee, 521
  • Working of Motor Ships, 69
  • Workshop Management, 621
  • Zeppelin Airship Disaster, 282

LETTERS PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:

  • America, 26, 106, 160, 186, 212, 266, 292, 320, 349, 376, 401, 427, 455, 481, 507, 532, 559,613, 641, 667, (>92
  • England, North of, 25, 53, 79, 105, 132, 160, 184, 211, 237, 265, 291, 319, 348, 374, 400, 426, 453, 479, 506, 631, 657, 686, 612, 639, 665, 691
  • Germany, France. Belgium, &c., 26, 54, 81, 107, 133, 161, 186, 212, 238, 266, 292, 321, 349, 375, 401, 427, 455, 481, 507, 533, 559, 587, 613, 644, 667, 692
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 24, 52, 79, 105, 131, 159, 184, 210, 236, 264, 290, 319, 347, 373, 398, 426, 453. 479, 505, 531, 556, 586, 611, 639, 664, 690
  • Lancashire, 24, 52, 79, 105, 131, 159, 184, 211, 237, 264, 291, 319, 347, 373, 399, 425, 463,
  • 479, 605, 531, 557, 586, 611, 639, 665, 690
  • Scotland, 26, 63, 80. 106, 132, 160, 185, 211, 238, 265, 291, 320, 348, 374, 400, 426, 464, 480, 506, 531, 558, 686, 612, 640,666,691
  • Sheffield, 25, 53, 79, 105, 131, 159, 185, 211, 237, 266, 479,
  • Wales 106, 348, 586,

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

  • Accidents to Diesel Engines, J. F. Elsworth, 49, 607 ; M.A.N. Co., 475
  • Aeroplanes and the Factor of Safety, L. Blin Desbleds, 21
  • Ais Gill inquiry, Bell’s United Asbestos Company, Limited, 315
  • Artificial Change of Climate, 421.
  • Assouan Dam, E. Alessandrini, 49 ; H. H. McClure, 92, 156, 206 ; W. Willcocks, 74, 127, 181 ; R. Williams, 233
  • Auxiliary Sailing Ships, Draughtsman, 127 Birmingham University, Elsmere Harris, 682 ; G. E. Mappin, 553
  • Boiler and Economiser Efficiency and Design, Fritz Krauss, 607
  • Bridge over the Lower Ganges, Tees Side Bridge and Engineering Works, 315
  • British Association (Engineering Section) Meetings, W. P. Durtnall, 344
  • Canal Problems, Frank Impey, 127 ; H. Peddie, 92
  • Canal v. Rail Transport, Frank Impey, 582 Canals as Motor Ro^s, Arthur, Oates, 686 Case-hardening, Harbee, 315
  • Centrifugal Pump Curves, Buyer, 340 Drawings, The Size of, A. H. Shield, 92
  • Dry and Wet Air Filters, Sturtevant Engineering Company, Limited, 128; H. R. Witting, 92, 181
  • Electrical Trades Benevolent Institution, Justus Eck, 21
  • Engineering as a Profession, Vernon Smith, 314
  • Engineers and Aeroplanes, Octopus, 607
  • Experimental Engine at the University of Queensland, R. W. Hankcn, 607
  • Fusible Plugs, J. F. L. Crosland, 206 ; Melt ing Point, 206
  • l-himphrej' Pumps for Fen Drainage, E. G. Crocker, Humphrey Pump Company, 181, 233
  • Hydraulic Presses, Gio. Ansaldo and Co., 686 Improvements in Gas and Oil Engines, J. H.
  • Hamilton, 607
  • Increase in the Bulk of Cement, C, Isler and Co., 420
  • Interaction between Passing Vessels, R. Ryves, 261
  • Internal Forces in a Body having Orbital Motion, Apocentric, 360, 474; W. S. Farren, 448 ; M. F. Fitzg<^rald, 420, 474 ; J. H. Johnston, 476 ; Q. Y., 340, 398, 448, 475 ; F. Duncan Stoney, 504
  • Iron and Steel Valves, Ambleside, 156
  • Loads on Railway Bridges, A. H. Shield, 421 London Bridges, O. B. I. T., 618
  • Loss of Head through Valves, H. B. Blackman, 448 ; E. R. Briggs, 421
  • Newcomen Engine in Scotland, Rhys Jenkins, 49
  • Oil-fired Ships of War, A. E. V. Groeling, 156 ; Your Italian Correspondent, 166
  • Originality in Invention, H. Davey, 49
  • Overlooked Duties of Consulting Engineers in England, A. E., 604 ; A. H. Shield, 518
  • Ozone, Some Misconceptions of, Ozonair, Limited, 475
  • Pcdrail Tractor, Pedrail Transport, Limited, 127
  • Petrol-hydraulic Railway Coach, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 207
  • Power and Heating Plant, Consulting Engineer, 421 ; Industrial, 360 ; A. H. Twells, 421
  • Powerful Locomotives, Aguas Corrientes, 682 ; Interested, 448 ; J. Riekie, 421, 604, 607
  • Propellers, G. W. P. Walker, 398
  • Railings of St. Paul’s, P. W. Barnes, 518
  • Railway Accidents and the Public, On the Safe Side, 340
  • Removal of Oil from Feed Water, Wright’s Forge and Engineering Company, Limited, 360
  • Rotary Pumps, M. Colonna, 49 ; E. W. Sargeant, 92
  • Safety and Stability of Aeroplanes, &c., G. E. Blundell, 360, 475 ; Engineer, 314, 421, 504
  • Screw Propeller Proldems, E. Beyerhaus, 662 Self-starter for Motors, J. H. Noble, 315
  • Spring Design, Geo. Pardoe, 127
  • Starting Rotary Converters, E. Rosenberg, 74
  • Tangshan Engineering College, H. Chatley, 662 ; Your Special Commissioner, 662
  • Theory of the Gj-rostat, J. W. Gordon, 360 Train Control, C. G. Howard, 232
  • Re Water Hammer, Rialto, 233
  • Workshop Management, H. Williams, 553
  • World’s Greatest Tunnels, Argentine Trans- andine Railway Company, 607
  • LEWIS Automatic Air-cooled Machine Gun, 578, 679, 605
  • Lift Drawbridges—see Bridges
  • Lighting of Trains—see Railways
  • Lightship Optical and Fog-signalling Apparatus, Chance Brothers, 72
  • Lightships—see Ships
  • Liquid Fuels—see Fuels

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • All the World’s Aircraft (Aeroplanes and Dirigibles), K. T. Jane, 229
  • Al bernatiiig-ctirrent Macliinery, The Design of, J. K. Barr and K. D. Archibald, 229
  • Apostle of Free Jjabonr, Life Story of William Collison, 031
  • Application of Kletdric Power tt) Mines and Heavy Industries, W. H. Patchell, 198, 497
  • Continuous Beams in Reinforced Concrete, 471
  • Determinative Mineralogy, with Tables, J. V. Ixiwis, 48, 057
  • Evolution of tlio Internal Combustion Engine, E. Butler, 560
  • Heating Systems, F. W. Kaynes, 87, 471
  • Industrial Chemistry, A. Rogers and A. B. Aubert, 177
  • Irrigation Engineering, Principles of, F. H. Newell and D. W. Murphy, 152, 311
  • Irrigation Works, E. S. Bellasis, 87, 311
  • Liquid Air, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Georges Claude, 70
  • Liquid Steel : Its Manufacture and Cost, D. Carnegie, 48, 410
  • Motori Diesel Marine e Kissi, Ing. G. Supine, 152
  • Natural Rock Asphalts and Bitumen, Arthur Danby, 497
  • Naval Annual, Viscount Hythe, 123
  • Panama: The Creation, Destruction, and Resurrection of, Philippe Bunau-Varilla, 71
  • Resistance of the Air and Aviation, G. Eiffel, 48, 304, 379
  • River and Canal Engineering, E. S. Bellasis, 87, 311
  • Robert Fulton, Engineer and Artist, His Life and Works, H. W. Dickinson, 48, 470
  • Single-phase Commutator Motors, F. Creedy, 257

LITERATURE: Short Notices:

  • Electric Furnaces in the Iron and Steel Industry, Dipl. Ing. W. Rodenhauser and 1. Schoenawa, 152
  • Electricity in Mining, Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, 48, 257
  • Wireless Telegraphy, C. L. Fortescue, 87, 267

LITERATURE: Books Received:

  • Agricultural Drafting, C. B. Howe, 031
  • Air Compression and Transmission, H. J, Thorkelson, 152
  • All About Engineering, G. D. Knox, 031
  • American Society for Testing Materials, Index to “ Proceedings,” Vol. I. to XII., 031
  • Annual Tables of Constants and Numerical Data, Chemical, Physical, and Technological, Vol. II., 1911, 152
  • Application of Pliysico-Chemical Theory to Technical Processes and Manufacturing Methods, Professor Dr. R. Kremann, 311
  • Applied Chemistry, A Dictionary of, Sir E. Thorpe, 48
  • Arrol, Sir William, A Memoir, Sir R. Purvis, 057
  • Autocar Handbook, A Guide to the Motor Car, 48
  • Aviation, A. E. Berrirnan, 031
  • Bibliographic der Doktor-Ingenicur-Disserta- tionen, &c., 1900-1910, 257
  • Brazil in 1912, J. C. Oakenfull, 198
  • British Rainfall, 1912, H. R. Mill, 257
  • Cane Sugar Factory, F. J. Scard, 48
  • Carburation in Theory and Practice, R. W. A. Brewer, 198
  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Year-book, 1912
  • Catskill Water Supply of New York City, Lazarus White, 003
  • City of Bradford Technical College Calendar, 1913-1914, 444
  • Coast Erosion and Protection, E. R. Matthews, 198
  • Compulsory Arbitration in Industrial Disputes, W. F. Hamilton, 523
  • Computations for Marine Engines, C. H. Peabody, 87
  • Conservation of Water, W. McCullock, 057
  • Control of Water as Applied to Irrigation, Power, and Town Water Supply Purposes, P. A. M. Parker, 152
  • Der Bau der Wolkenkratzer, Otto Rappold, 257
  • Der /Torsionsindikator, Dr. Ing. Paul Nett- mann, 257
  • Der Widerstand und Antrieb von Schiffen, Dr. Ing. Rothe, 257
  • Deutscher Ausschuss fur Eisenbeton, Hefte 23, 24 and 25, 257
  • Die Berechnung der Warmwasserheizungen, H. Recknagel, 257
  • Die Lokomotiven der Gegenwart, 257
  • Die Verwendung der Seltenen Erden, Dr. C. R. Bohm, 057
  • Drainage and Sanitation, E. H. Blake, 523
  • Electric Circuit: Theory and Calculations, W. P. Maycock, 667
  • Electric Wiring, W. C. Clinton, 87
  • Elementaries, Verbals and Drawing for Marine Engineers, R. A. McMillan, 48
  • Engineering as a Profession, A. P. M. Fleming and R. W. Bailey, 257
  • Engineering I’hermodynarnics, C. E. Lucke, 152
  • English Commercial Correspondence for Home and Abroad, W. Chevob-Maurice, 48
  • English-German, German-English, Technical Terms for Engineers and Manufacturers, Pocket Glossary of, J. G. Horner, 631
  • Factory Lighting, C. E. Clewell, 631 Fighting Ships, 1913, F. T. Jane, 198
  • Filing Systems, E. A. Cope, 48 Fitting and Erecting of Engines, C. Leslie Browne, 48
  • Flexure and Strength of Rectangular Flat Plates Applied to Reinforced Concrete Floor Slabs, Theory of, H. J. Eddy, 152 Grain Elevators, Plans of, 631
  • Graphs in a Cable Ship Drum Room, E. Raymond Barker, 152
  • Heat Engines, W. Ripper, 657
  • High and Low-tension Switchgear Design, A. G. Collis, 198
  • Homeland Handbooks: Lotchworth and Hitchin, 48
  • Igneous Rocks, Composition, Texture, &c. J. P. Hidings, 657
  • Intlex to Depreciation and Wasting Assets and their Treatment in Assessing Annual Profit and Loss, P. D. Leake, 257
  • Indian Architecture : Its Psychology, Structure and History, E. B. Havell, 152
  • Indian Storage Reservoirs with Earthen Dams, &c., W. L. Strange, 198
  • Institution of Naval Architects, “ Transactions ” of, R. W. Dana, 603
  • Japan, The Thirteenth Financial and Economic Annual of, 1913, 657
  • Laboratory Engineering, H. G. Taylor, 48 La Chaufferie Moderne, Andre Turin, 257 L’Aviation, Paul Painlevo, Emil Borel and Ch. Maurain, 48
  • Les Sourciers et leurs Precedes, (Sjc., Henri Mager, 87
  • Light, Radiation, and Illumination, J. Eck, 257
  • Locomotive Boilers and Engines, L. V. Ludy, 631
  • Logarithms for Beginners, C. N. Pickworth, 48
  • Mathematical Theory of Attraction, An Introduction to the, F. A. Tarleton, 198
  • Metallurgy, General, H. O. Hofman, 523 Mitteilungen aus dem Maschinen-Labora- torium, E. Josse,
  • Modern Electrical Campbell, 87
  • National Physical Researches., 257
  • Newport Year-book, 1913, 48
  • Oil Fuel, Professor V. B. I^ewes, 257
  • Outline? or Mineralogy, G. A. J. Cole, 657
  • Oxy-acetylene Torch Practice, J. F. Springer, 311
  • Physics, A Text-book of, R. S. Willows, 631
  • Pocket-book of Useful Formula) and Memoranda for Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineers. Sir G. L. Molesworth and H. B. Molesworth, 631
  • Port of Sydney, N. S. W. Official Handbook, 48
  • Portland Cement: Its Manufacture, Testing, and Use, D. B. Butler, 631
  • Practical Metallography of. Iron and Steel, J. S. G. Primrose, 267
  • Practical Stone Quarrying, A. Greenwell and J. V. Elsden, 152
  • Principles of Setting Out, Securing, and Tooling Operations, A. Parr, 152
  • “Proceedings” " Vol. IL, 198
  • “ Proceedings ” of Engineers, J. Rowe, 444
  • Public Electric Supply Undertakings, -1 lie Management of, A. H. Seabrook, 631
  • Railway Nationalisation, E. A. Pratt, 257
  • Republics of Central and South America, C. R. Enock, 631
  • Researches in Magneto-Optics, P Zeeman, 631
  • Rivers, The Improvement of, B. F. Thomas and D. A. Watt, 603
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Calendar, 1913-1914, 603
  • Rule? of Management, Wm. Lodge, 631
  • South American Year-book, 1913, C. S. Vesey Brown, 631
  • South Wales Coal and Iron Companies-, 1913, 48
  • Specification Writing, Elements of, R. S. Kirby, 257
  • Steam Boilers, Working of, E^ G. Hiller, 631
  • Steam Engine Design, H. E. King, 48
  • Steam Engine Makers’ Society, Annual Report, 1912, 152
  • Steel Rails: Their History, Properties, Strength, and Manufacture, W. H. Sellew, 152
  • Structural Drafting, F. O. Dufour, 631
  • Switches and Switchgear, Professor R. Edlor, 267 . , . n .
  • Switchgear and the Control of Electric Light and Power Circuits, A. G. Collis, 631
  • Theory and Design of Structures, E. S. Andrews, 198
  • Theory and Design of Structures, lurther Problems in the, E. S. Andrews, 87
  • Thermodynamics, Principles of, G. Goodenough, 631
  • Thermodynamik der Turboraaschinen, Zerkowitz, 257
  • Trade Waste Waters: Their Nature^
  • University of Durham, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Calendar, 1913-1914, 444
  • University of London, University College Calendar, 1913-1914, 444
  • War Against Bribery, R. M. Leonard, 267
  • Waterworks Directory and 1913, 257
  • Weights and Measures Act, and G. A. Owen, 87
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Year-book of, 1913, 48
  • Wooden Trestle Bridges and their Concrete Substitutes, Treatise on, W. C. Foster, 603
  • LIVERPOOL, New Landing Stage Bridge, 125 Lloyd, 'I'ho Bavarian, 258
  • Lloyd’s Register—see Ships
  • Locomotive Testing Laboratory in the United States, 235
  • Locomotives, Road, at Smithfield Club Show, 619
  • Locomotives—see also Railway Locomotives
  • London County Council Reinforced Concrete Regulations, The Revised, Ewart S. Andrews, 356, 461
  • London County Council’s Sewage Pumping Station at Abbey Mills, 64, 68
  • London County Council’s Tramways Renewals Fund, 36 .
  • London and Paris, Between, Changes of Sixty Years, 672
  • Lorries—see Motor Vehicles
  • L6tschl>erg T’unnel—see Railways
  • LutUng Cranes—see Cranes
  • Lyster, A. G., on I’he Constitution of Port Authorities as Affecting the Organisation and Development of Ports, 500
  • Statistics, 1912—
  • 1904, H. Gunliffc
  • Telephony, The
  • MACHINE for Testing Pavement, 101

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • Accuracy in ^Machine fools, 259
  • All-gear Vertical Milling Machine, A. Herbert, Limited, 602
  • Armour Plato Drilling and Tapping Machine, W. Asquith, Limited, 442, 460
  • Boring, Drilling and Milling Alaehino, Dickinson Machine 'fool Company, Limited, 502
  • Boring Machine for Richards and Co.,
  • Combination Turret Limited, 284
  • Cutting Power of Professor Ripper, 460, 551, 563, 583, 636
  • Fly-wheel Adjustable Cramp, Price and Bclshain, 92
  • High-speed Combined Surfacing and Boring Machine, Geo. Richards and Co., Limited, 687
  • High-speed Wheel Lathes, Tangyes Limited, 635
  • Lathes, Turning and Boring, for Italian 15in. Shells, 688
  • Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine, Electrically Driven, Cunliffe and Croom, 285
  • Machine Tools at Broadheath, Goo. Richards and Co., 114, 120
  • Machine Tools for the Production of Worm Gears, D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Limited, 464, 465
  • Multiple Drill Hoad, Langelicr Manufacturing Company, 503
  • Radial Drilling Machine, Midgley and Sutcliffe, 393
  •  ? Saw, Automatic Bar, Edward Limited, 422
  • Selective Head Lathe, Lodge Machine Tool Company, 50
  • Surfacing, Boring and Alilling W. Kearns and Co., 259
  • Worm Gears, Machine Tools for the Proiluc- tion of, D. Brown and Sons, Limited, 464, 465, 498
  • MACHINERY Rating, 609 Malingering—see Labour
  • Manganese Steel—see Iron and Steel Manufacture of Armour-piercing Projectiles,
  • General Leandro Cubillo, 271 Manufacture of Coke in Belgium, Baron E. Coppee, 248
  • Marine Construction—see Ships Marino Engines—see Engines Marine Turbines—see Turbines Mather and Platts’ Pattern Shop, T. Roberts, 604
  • Mavor, H. A., and J. Reid, on A Case for Electric Propulsion, 34
  • Measure of Damages on Failure to Complete a Contract to Buy Machinery, 204
  • Mechanical Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, Colonel R. E. B. Crompton, 682
  • Mercury Vapour Lamps and Plant Growth, 311 Metal Statistics, The World’s 63
  • Metals, Amorphous Phases in. Dr. Walter Rosenhain, 301
  • Metals, Corrosion Report—see Corrosion Metals, The Intercrystalline Cohesion of,
  • Dr. W, Rosenhain and Mr. D. Ewen, 245 Metals, The Science of, 310
  • Metallurgical Practice, Distillation of Tar in. Monsieur Gevers-Orban, 248
  • Metallurgy of Iron—see Iron and Steel Metallurgy, The Use of Coke Oven and Blast
  • Furnace Gases in, E. Iloubaer, 249 Middlesbrough, Development of the Port of, 554 Milking Machines at Bristol Show, 10, 40 Milling Machines—see Machine Tools Miners’ Federation, 175 Mining Explosions - see Coal
  • Mining in German Colonies and Protectorates, 623
  • Modern Flour Mills—see Flour Mills Modern Methods of Measuring Temperature,
  • R. S. Whipple, 117, 129, 157, 183
  • Modern Open-hearth Steel Furnaces, Benjamin Talbot, 271, 394, 396, 396
  • Modern Road Construction, 647 Modern Steam Turbine Design, 509 Mont Cenis Line—see Railways Alont d’Or Tunnel, 386
  • Moorshead, Eng.-Commander H. B., on The Evolution of the Naval Boiler, 687
  • Corii.sH Cylintlers, Qco. I
  • Limited, 198, 200 I
  • Lathe, Alfred Herbert, (
  • Lathe 4'urning Tools,
  • (4. Herbert, and Shipley Machine, H.
  • Motor Cultivation, 363
  • Motor Plough, “ Ideal ” 'I’ractor, at Royal Agricultural Show, Bristol, 529
  • Motor Ploughing Machines, Trials in France, 504

MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR MATTERS:

  • American Cadillac Car, 526
  • Arrol-Johnston Cars at Olympia, 524, 526
  • Average Speed Indicator for Motor Cars,
  • The Averometer, Dr. A. M. Low, 634
  • Crossley Motors, Cars at Olympia, 525
  • Daimler Company’s Cars at Olympia, 527
  • Dazzle of Motor Car Headlights, Device to Mitigate, C. C. Paterson and B. P. Dudding, 657
  • Electric Car at Olympia, Arrol-Johnston-Edison, 524
  • Electric Lighting of Motor Cars, 524, 526
  • Electric Locomotives versus Motor Coaches, 390
  • Electric Self-starter, Rushmore Lamps, Limited, 524, 526
  • Exhibition, Commercial Motor Vehicle, at Olympia, 96
  • Hele-Shaw Hydraulic Transmission Gear, 154 i
  • Imperial Motor Transport Conference, 78, 100, 124
  • Industrial Motor Vehicle, 96
  • Lorry Chassis, 3-Ton, Daimler Company, Limited, 99
  • Mass Tractors’ Lorry, 97, 99
  • Maudslay-Renon Piston Valve Engine, 526
  • Motor Vehicles at the Royal Show, Bristol, 12
  • Napier, D., and Son’s Cars at Olympia, 525
  • Pedrail Tractor and Trailer, 97, 99 ; (Letter), 127
  • Petrol Electric and Electric Vehicles, 43
  • Petrol-hydraulic Railway Motor Coach,
  • McEwan, Pratt and Co., 154 ; (Letter), 207
  • Petrol Lorry, Austin Motor Co., Limited, 99
  • Petrol 3-Ton Lorry, Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, 97
  • Petrol Motor Wagon, Walker Brothers, Limited, 333
  • Petrol Rail Car, Buenos Aires Western Railway, Drewry Car Company, Limited, 277
  • Petrol Wagons at Olympia, Halley’s Industrial Motors, Limited, Maudslay Motor Company, Limited, 100
  • Report on Motor Traffic, 201
  • Reputation of a Car, 630
  • Shelsley-Model Car at Olympia, Crossley
  • Motors, Limited, 525
  • Shows—-see Exhibitions
  • Thornycroft’s Petrol Vehicles at Olympia, 96, 100
  • Tilling-Stevens Petrol-electric System, 96
  • Tramways—see Tramways
  • Wagons, Steam and Petrol, at Olympia, 96, 100
  • Workshop, Travelling, Delahaye, H. M. Hobson, Limited, 97
  • Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company’s Cars at Olympia, 525
  • MOULDING Machine, The “ Taunton ” Mechanical Ram, Rudman, Lancey and Craven, 204, 205
  • Mowing Machine, R. Hornsby, 39
  • NATIONAL Gazette of Unemployed, George Young, 125
  • National Physical Laboratory, x-Vlditional Building, 21
  • Naval Cadets, Passing-out Examination of, 212
  • Naval Matters—see also Ships
  • Navigation and Interaction, 176 ; (Letter), 261
  • Nile Flood of 1913, Sir Hanbury Brown, 536
  • Noise of our Streets, 121

OBITUARY:

  • Arrol, Thomas, 22!)
  • Bailey, Sir William H. (Portrait), 577
  • Bakewell, William Newton, 501
  • Barton, Edward, 444
  • Bell, David, 657
  • Bell, James Richard, 124
  • Brown, James, 177
  • Cuniberti, Vittorio Emanuele (Portrait), 684
  • Douglass, William Tregartlien, 176
  • Hill, Vincent, 577
  • Howden, James (Portrait), 576
  • Jones, Charles, 229
  • Milne, John, 151
  • Preece, Sir William Henry, 501, 517
  • Price, John, 47
  • Ransome, Allen (Portrait), 17
  • Robson, James, 198
  • Sharp, John Hutchinson, 518
  • Thearle, Samuel J. P., 548
  • Thom, William, 177
  • Thomson, T. Frame, 366
  • Wilkins, John Walker, 684
  • OFFICE and Workshop, A Combined, for Siemens Brothers and Co., at Woolwich, F. Southey, 219
  • Oil Burner, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 47 Oil Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Fuel, The Future of. Sir B. Redwood, 663, 689
  • Oil Fuel in the Royal Navy, 85, 95 ; (Letters), 156
  • Oil Industry, Scottish Shale, A. E. von Groeling, 218, 251, 275
  • (3il Refineries, British Home, A. E. v, Groeling, 102
  • Optical and other Apparatus at the I’hysical Society’s Exhibition, 656
  • Oversea Trade Expansion, 63
  • Owens, J. S., on Transport and Settlement of Sand in Water and a Method of Exploring Sand Bars, 343
  • Oxygen, The Use of, in Blast Furnace Practice, Gustave Trasenster, 271
  • PACKING, Sigma Automatic Metallic, R. Semple and Co., 626
  • Panama Canal : Chagrcs River and the Culebra Cut, 412
  • Panama Canal : Landslides Accompanied by Upheaval in the Culebra Cut, V. Cornish, 423
  • Panama J^arth(iuake, 495
  • Panama Earthquake, John Stuart, 466 Passing-out Examination of Naval Cadets, 212
  • Patent Legislation, German, 172

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH *KND AMERICAN:

  • Aeronautics, 482, 534, 560, 641, 667 Batteries and Accumulators, 108, 133, 161,693 Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 613 Cranes and Conveyors, 107, 349, 456 Dynamos and Motors, 27, 55, 81, 107, 161, 187, 213, 294, 321, 375, 401, 427, 455, 481, 534, 559, 587, 667, 693
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 27, 28, 55, 66, 81, 82, 107, 133, 187, 213, 214, 268, 293, 322, 349, 376, 401, 427, 428, 456, 481, 533, 634, 569, 587, 688, 614, 641, 642, 667, 668, 693, 694
  • Engines, Steam, 27, 28, 65, 66, 107, 188, 240, 349, 466, 456, 642, 693
  • Gas Producers, 188, 482, 668, Hydraulics, 66, 187, 268, 694 Lighting and Heating, 134, 507, 641
  • Locomotives, 134, 161, 213, 693, 694
  • (missing lines)
  • PATTERNMAKING Department of an Engineering Works, T. Roberts, (>04
  • Peking JuCgation Machinery, 261
  • Personal and Business Announc(m)ents, 26, 80, 107, 132, 160, 186, 212, 238, 266, 292, 320, 374, 400, 421, 456, 480, 532, 614, 640
  • Petavel, Professors J. E., and G. xA.sakama on The Effect of Compression Ratio on the Efficiency of a Gas Engine, 300
  • Petrol Car for the Buenos Aires Railway, Drewry Car Company, Limited, 277
  • Petrol-driven Pumps—see Pumps
  • Petrol-engined Tramway Car, Lanarkshire Motor Company, 660
  • Petrol - hydraulic Railway Motor Coach, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 154 ; (Letter), 207
  • Petrol Motor Wagon, 41-Ton, Walker Brothers Limited, 333
  • Petrol Vehicles—see also Motor Vehicles Piecework—see Labour
  • Pietzker, Felix, on Analogies Between Airship and Seaship Building, 602
  • Pipe Joints, Steel, Stewarts and Lloyds, Limited, 685
  • Pletts, J., St. Vincent, on Spring Design, 61; (Letter), 127
  • Plough, “ Ideal ” Tractor, at Royal Agricultural Show, Bristol, 529
  • Plough, Motor, John Fowlei' and Co., 10
  • Plough, “ Stock ” Motor, Moellenkamp and Co., 621
  • Ploughs, Variety of, J. and F. Howard, 622 Ploughing Engine, Superheated Steam, Fowler and Co., 620
  • Ploughing Machines, Motor, 504
  • Pneumatic Tubes for Post-offices, B. Eason, 652 Port, Attar el Naby, for Nile Boats at Cairo, 9 Port Authorities, Remarks on the Constitution of, as Affecting the Organisation and Development of Ports, A. G. Lyster, 500
  • Portraits of Eminent Engineers and Scientists, 48
  • Powder Spraying Machines at Bristol Show, 10 Power Counter for Indicators, H. Maihak, 370 Power Plants at Doncaster Works, 574, 582
  • Present Position of the Diesel Engine—see Engines
  • Pressure Rises, W. Duddell, 555
  • Private Enterprise and Municipal Co-operation, 150
  • Producer Plant at Doncaster Works, Crossley Brothers and Campbell Gas Engine Co., 574, 582
  • Profit Guarantee on Shipbuilding, 444
  • Progress of Engineering in the East, 3, 29, 83, 94, 110, 163, 191, 216, 246, 300, 324, ‘ 378, 404
  • Projectiles—see Wai* Material
  • Propeller Experiments, Professor Ole Halvorsen, 325 ; (Letter), 398
  • Propeller Problem, Screw, Bases of the, 629

PUMPS :

  • Centrifugal Pumps, 60in. Invincible,
  • Dock at Singapore, Gwynne’s Limited, 84
  • Centrifugal Sewage Pumps at Abbey Mills Station, John Cochrane, 64, 68
  • Cycloidal Pumps for Power-house Work, Connersville Blower Company, 581
  • Electrically Driven Portable Pumping I’lant, India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company, 419
  • Gas-driven Pumps for Ryde Waterworks, Hayward-Tyler and Co., 432
  • Modern Pumping Machinery for Drainage of the Pens, R. W. Allen, 142 ; (Letters), 181, 20G, 23.3
  • Petrol-driven Fire Pumps, Merryweather and Sons, 76
  • Portable Hand Pump, Zwicky Liquid Pump Company, Limited, 316
  • Suction Chamber, Experimental, at Queen’s Engineering Works, Bedford, 90
  • Valve, A 94in., J. Blakeborough and Sons 284
  • PYROMETERS—see Temperature
  • QUEBEC Bridge—sec Bridges
  • Queen’s Engine*>ring Works—see Works
  • Queenslantl University Instructional Steam Plant, 195, 196, 197

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: General

  • Automatic Gas Shut-ofI Valve, Piiitsch’s, 608 Automatic Train Stops or Cab Signals, 681 Automatic Wireless Train Control, Prentice System, 231
  • Between London and Paris, Changes of Sixty Years, 672
  • Electrical Railways, Professor Qisbert Kapp, 281, 285, 300, 317
  • Engines, Diesel, for Railway Work—see Engines
  • Gregory Stirrup Frame
  • Interlocking of Railway I’oints and Signals, 168
  • Internal Combustion Engine Aj>plird to Railway Locomotion, P. W. Lanchester, 301
  • Manufacture of Rolling Stock in Australia, 278
  • Petrol Hydraulic Railway Motor Coach, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 154 ; (Letter), 207 Railway Accidents and the Public, 309 ; (Letter), 340
  • Railway Affairs in 1853, 196
  • Railway Labour Problems, 310
  • Railways for Development Purposes, G. Kenyon Bell, 634
  • Reduced Live Loads on Railway Underbridges, J. D. W. Ball, 377 ; (Letter), 421 Semi-fireproof Railway Carriage, 305 Train Control, E. A. Johnston, 34, 57, 86, 112, 151 ; (Letter), 232
  • Train Control on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 384
  • Train Perries, 607 'Prain Lighting, 337
  • World’s Greatest Tunnels, 561 ; (Letter), 607

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Accidents, Various Reports, 333 Ais Gill—sec Midland Railway Another Railway Inquiry, 228—sec also
  • Railways and the State
  • Australia, Manufacture of Roiling Stock in, 278
  • Colchester Accident, Great Eastern Railway, 334
  • District Railway Accident near Sloane square, 128
  • Eastern Bengal Railway Bridge Over the Lower Ganges, 273, 280
  • Great Northern Railway {Sixteen-pagc Supplcmentt 1'wo Two-pa(jc Supplements, and Three Page Supplements, Noyember 2^th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Early Buildings at King’s Cross {Three Page Supplements, November 2.%th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Time-table of 1850 {Sixteen-page Supplement, November 'ZSth, 1913)
  • Great Western Railway Collision at Yeovil, 366
  • Great Western Railway Station, Snow Hill, Birmingham, Reconstruction, P. Gleadow and C. E. Shackle, 289 {Two~pagc Supplement, September Pith, 1913)
  • King’s Cross Station Roof, vii {Sixteen-page Supplement, November I'^th, 1913)
  • Kirkstead and Little Steeping Railway, 462, 468
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Accident at Sandhills, 128
  • Lancashire and Y^’orkshirc Railway, Train Control on, 384
  • Lincolnshire Railway, A New, 462, 468 Liverpool Railway Accident, 440, 648 London and South-Western Railway’s Suburban Lines, Electrification of, 603
  • Midland Railway Bogie Stock, 608 {Two-page Supplement, December 5th, 1913) ; {Correction), 648
  • Midland Railway, Bootle Branch, 128
  • Midland Railway Disaster at Ais
257, 281, 306, 309, 575, 580, 681 ;
316, 340, 421, 448, 504, 582, 607
  • New South Wales Railways, 515

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: Foreign:

  • Benzol Electric Train for the Khedive of Egypt, 2G2
  • Berlin Goods Stations, 262
  • Buenos Aires Western Railway Petrol Car,
  • Drewry Car Company, Limited, 277
  • Federated Malay States Railways, 29 Giovi Line and Chiappella Station, 216, 217, 226, 242, 269, 297
  • Lotschberg Tunnel and Railway, 14, 17, 540, 595, 600
  • Mont Cenis Line Electrification, (>43, 654 Mont d’Or Tunnel, 385
  • Moral of State Railways in Italy, 227
  • Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, Disaster at Melun, 515
  • St. Gotthard Railway, Electrification of, 683 Swiss State Railways, Electrification of, 683 I'rain Control in America, 523
  • Transandine Railway, B. H. Henderson, 636 Transformation of the Gare St. Lazaro, 601

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • Electric Locomotives versus Motor Coaches, 390
  • Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine, Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, 286
  • Koduced Live Loads on Kailway Underbridges, J. D. W. Ball, 377 ; (Letter), 421
  • Schmidt Locomotive Superheater, 412 Walschaerts* Valve Gear, 130, 137, 108

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Consideration of British Express Locomotive
  • Design, E. A. Johnston, 215, 274, 295
  • Great Northern Railway Four-coupled Superheater Passenger Locomotive {Two>paye Supplement, b^ovember '2Sth, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway luocomotives {Six- teen-page Supplement, November 2Sth, 1913) Great Northern Railway Six-coupled Superheater Express Goods Locomotive {Two- page Supplement, November 23th, 1913)
  • London and South-Western Railway Mixed Traffic Locomotives, 581
  • South African Railways’ Large Narrowgauge Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, 490

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign:

  • American Locomotives, Some Recent, 135, 167, 174
  • Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Locomotives, 135, 167, 174
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Locomotive, 167
  • Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Locomotive, 168, 174
  • Electric Locomotive, ()0-Ton, for the Giovi Line, 216, 217, 226, 242, 269
  • Erie Railroad Locomotives, 136
  • Federated Malay States Engines, 29 Giovi Line, Steam and Electric Locomotives, 216, 217, 226, 242, 269, 297
  • Locomotive Erecting Shop at Kuala Lumpur, 30
  • Lotschberg Railway, New Locomotives for the, 540, 695, 596, 600
  • Mont Cenis Line Locomotives, 643, 654
  • Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, Four-cylinder Compound Locomotives, 623
  • Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway Locomotive, C. R. King, 430
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive, 135 Recent French Locomotive Performances, J. T. Burton-Alexander, 338
  • Rluctian Railway Single-phase Locomotives, Brown, Boveri and Co., 359
  • Testing Plant, Locomotive, in United States Laboratory, 235
  • RATING of Electrical Machinery, 360
  • Rating, Machinery, 609
  • Recent Experiences and Aims in Marine Turbine Construction, Dr. Bauer, 671
  • Reduced Live Loads on Railway Underbridges, J. D. W. Ball, 377 ; (Letter), 421 J
  • Redwood, Sir B., on The Future of Oil Fuel, 663, 689
  • Refrigerating Congress, International, at Chicago, 410
  • Reinforced Concrete—see Concrete
  • Reinforced Pile Foundation for Blast Furnaces, Armand Baar, 272
  • Renold, Hans, on Engineering Workshop Organisation, 473
  • Reputation of a Car, 630 Research, Engineering, and its Co-ordination,
  • G. H. Roberts, 165, 175 Reservoirs in Italy and Sardinia, 60 Retorts, Shale, Various Types, 218 Reverse Bending Moments in Fixed Beams,
  • Ewart S. Andrews, 203
  • Ripograph and Crack Micrometers, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 656
  • Ripper, Professor, on The Cutting Power of
  • Lathe Turning Tools, 460, 651, 663, 683, 636 Road Board, 78, 424
  • Road Congress, Third International, 19
  • Road Construction, Mechanical Engineering
  • Aspects of. Colonel R. E. B. Crompton, 682 Roatl Construction, Modern, 647
  • Road Material, Machine for Testing, 100
  • Rotul Roller and Street Sweeper, Motor-driven, T. Green and Son, Limited, 12
  • Roberts, G. H., on Engineering Research and its Co-ordination, 165, 175
  • Roberts, T., on The Patternmaking Department of an Engineering Works, 604
  • Roller and Ball Bearings, Professor J. Goodman, 659
  • Rollers at the Royal Show, Bristol, 12
  • Rolling Mills, Worm Gearing for, H- Wallwork and Co., 182
  • Rolling Stock—see Railways Roof, King’s Cross Station, vii {Sixteen-page Supplement, November 23th, 1913)
  • Rose, Dr. T. K., on The Annealing of Gold, 245 Rosenhain, Dr. Walter, on Amorphous Phases in Metals, 301
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., and Mr. D. Ewen, on the
  • Intercrystalline Cohesion of Metals, 245 Royal Agricultural Society—see Exhibitions !
  • Royal Commission on Railways—see Railways Rudders—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • SAFETY of Life at Sea, International Confer, ence on, List of Delegates, 475 ; Programme, 527
  • Salvage of Ships—see Ships
  • Sand ill Water — see Transport and Settlement, &c.
  • Sauveur, Professor, on Allotropic Transformations of Iron, 250
  • Saws—see Machine Tools
  • Scanes, A. E. Leigh, on Recent Developments in Steam Condensing Plants, 620
  • Schmidt Locomotive Superheater, 412 Science of Metals, 310
  • Scottish Shale Oil Industry, A. E. von Groeling, 218, 251, 275
  • Screw Propeller Problem, Bases of the, 029
  • Screw Propeller Problem, Professor Dr. Ing. Gumbol, 618 ; (Ix-stter), 662
  • Sea, Temperatikre of the. Professor Bristol’s Instruments, 194
  • Seaplanes—see Aeronautics
  • Separator, Grain, Banbury Break - CycloSamuelson and Co., 39
  • Sewage Pumping Station, London County Council’s, at Abbey Mills, 04, 68
  • Sewage Purilication Plant, Tuke and Bell, 38 Sewage Works at Surbiton, 137, 148 Shanghai, Agencies in, 191
  • Shanghai Arsenal, 210
  • Shanghai, Docks and Shipbuilding at, 355 Shanghai Municipal Electric Works, 300 Shanghai Waterworks Company, Limited, 324 Sheffield, Reservoirs for—see Water Supply Shields, F. E. W., on The Construction of the White Star Dock and the adjoining Quays
  • I at Southampton, 530
  • Shell—see War Material
  • Shipbuilding in Germany, 70

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • Analogies between Airship and Seaship Building, Felix Pietzker, 602
  • Anti-rolling Devices, 202
  • Between London and Paris, Changes of Sixty Years, 672
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Nine Months, 405
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Six Months, 40
  • Control of the Clyde, 309
  • Coupling of Cruising Turbines, Device to Facilitate, H. F. Yarrow, 32
  • Effect of Form and Size on the Resistance of Ships, G. S. Baker and J. L. Kent, 7
  • Effect of Internal Loose Water Upon the Rolling of a Ship, &c., A. Cannon, 7
  • Effect of Water Chambers on the Rolling of Ships, Lloyd Woollard, 7
  • Electric Propulsion, A Case for, H. A. Mavor and J. Reid, 34
  • Electric Transmission for Ships, 416
  • Fatigue in the Steel Material of Steamers, Dr. S. J. P. Thearle, 6
  • Ferry Steamers Propelled by Geared Turbines, Trials of Three, Dr. J. Inglis, 30
  • Harmony in the " Bauer, 603
  • Lloyd’s Register 418
  • Luggage Winch, and Equipment of
  • Yacht Sapphire, 486, 489, 494 (Twa-paffe Supplement, j^ovember 1th, 1913)
  • Marine Engines-—see also Engines and Motors Measure of Stability Necessary for Ships, Ludwig Benjamin, 619
  • Navigation and Interaction, 176 ; (Letter), 261
  • Present Position of the Diesel Engine, Chiefly in Marine Propulsion, Georges Cards, 601, 608
  • Profit Guarantee on Shipbuilding, 444
  • Propeller Experiments, Professor Ole G. Halvorsen, 325 ; (Letter), 398
  • Safety of Life at Sea, International Conference on. List of Delegates, 476 ; Programme, 627
  • Salvage of the United States Army Transport Liscum, 254, 258
  • Screw Propeller Problem, Professor Dr. Ing. Gtimbel, 618
  • Screw Pi’opeller Problem, Bases of the, 629 Shipbuilding at St. Nazaire and the French Battleship Lorraine, 675
  • Ship Engine-room Ventilation, 223
  • Spark Telegraphy in the Imperator, Direktor Bredow, 618
  • Stability of Sea-going Ships, Importance and Measurement of. Dr. Ing. Carl Commentz, 619
  • Strikes and Disputes—see Labour
  • “ Suction ” or Interaction Between Passing Vessels, Professor A. K. Gibson and J. H. Thompson, 7, 22
  • Superheated Steam Installations in Ships, 572
  • Tetrahedron Ship Model, Kretschmer and Liddell, 66
  • Twenty Years’ Progress in Marine Construction, “ James Forrest ” Lecture, A. Grade, 449, 462
  • Typical Ships, 390, 486
  • “ Unsinkable ” Boat Design, J. S. Burbery, 342
  • Water-tube Boilers and the Mercantile Marine, 389
  • Working of Motor Ships, G. Erichsen, 62, 69 Wreck Statistics for 1912, 172

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: British Navy;

  • Aurora, H.M., Light Cruiser, 366
  • Iron Duke, H.M. Battleship, 550
  • Queen Elizabeth, H.M. Battleship, 450
  • Strenuous and Sturdy, H.M. Harbour Tugs, 390

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • Arjiiour—see also War Material
  • Balanced Rudders and Cruiser Sterns, 282 Big Naval Guns, 323
  • Civil Control of the Naval Dockyards, 470 Development of the Submarine Boat Periscope, Dr. Weidert, 602
  • Evolution of the Naval Boiler, Eng. Commander H. B. Moorshead, 687
  • Naval Programmes, 443
  • Oil Fuel in the Royal Naw, 85, 95 ; (Letters), 156
  • Seaplanes—see Aeronautics
  • Twelve-inch Naval Guns, New Mounting for. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 457 {TwO’page Supplement, October Z\st, 1913)
  • French Battleship Courbet, 36, 42, 250 ; (Correction), 92
  • French Battleship Lorraine, 675, 677
  • French Battleship Normandie, 676
  • French Battleships Normandie, Flandres, Languedoc, and Gascogne, 15, 676
  • French Mine Layers Cerbere and Pluton, 515, 516
  • French Torpedo-boat Destroyer Commandant Rividre, 178 {Two-pagc Supplement, Auqu-st i&th, 1913)
  • Greek 4’orpedo-boat Destroyers of the “ Lion ” Class, Cammell, Laird and Co., 59 {Two-page Supplement, July l^th, 1913)
  • Italian Warships Marsala, Nino Bixio, and Giulio Cesare, 203, 471
  • Stranding and Salvage of the Italian Cruiser San Giorgio, 592, 659
  • Trials of the Italian Scout Nino Bixio, 471
  • United States Army Transport Merrit, 355

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels ;

  • Aquitania and Lusitania, Engine-room Ventilation, Keith’s Patents, 223
  • Arum, Motor Ship, Launch of the, 603 i
  • Chaplain, Largest Steamer Built on the Loire, at Nantes, 231 !
  • Christian X., Motor Ship, G. Eriehsen’s I Report, 62, 69 |
  • Electric Motor Ship Tynemouiit, 380, 381, 388, 416
  • Ferry Boat, Wagon, for Federated Malay States Railways, 30
  • France, The Trials of the, 669, 673, 680 (Two-page Supplement, December 2ijth, 1913)
  • Kiang Wah, T. S. River Steamer, 355
  • King Orry, Geared Turbine S.S., Trial, 9
  • Ludwig Wiener, Twin-screw Harbour Tug and Passenger Tender, Ferguson Brothers, 632
  • Mersey Bar Lightship Alarm, Hawthorns and Co., 72
  • Monte Penedo, Motor Ship, 273
  • Motor Ship Califomia, 386
  • Rolandseck, The Motor Ship, 193
  • Royal Holland Lloyd Steamship Gelria, A. Stephen and Sons, Limited, 447
  • Sapphire, Twin-screw Steam Yacht, 486, 489, 494 {Two-page Supplement, November 1th, 1913)
  • South Atlantic Liner Lutetia, 675
  • Suecia, Motor Ship, Performance on Service of the, I. Knudsen, 32
  • VoJturno, Burning of the, 415
  • United States Army Transport Liscum, Salvage of, at Shanghai, 254, 258
  • SHIPYARD Wages and Disputes—see Labour Shipyards, Malingering in, 16
  • Shipyards, Safety in, 256
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Sigma Automatic Metallic Packing, R.
  • Semple and Co., 626
  • Signals—see Railways
  • Singapore Harbour and Port Works, 83, 94 Smith, R. H., on Boiler and Economiser Efficiency and Design, 485, 522, 535, 569, 591, 615, 647, 649, 669 ; (Letter), 607
  • Smithfield Show—see Exhibitions
  • Snow Hill Station—see Railways, Great Western Railway
  • Societe Beige des liigenieurs et des Industricls, 234
  • Soot Gauges, 429
  • Southey, F., on A Combined Office and Workshop, 219
  • Spark Telegraphy on the Impcrator, Dircktor Bredow, 618
  • Spring Design, J. St. Vincent Pletts, 61 ; (Letter), 127
  • Stability, Measure of. Necessary for Ships, Ludwig Benjamin, 619
  • Staff Engineers’ Association, 598
  • Stations, Railway—see Railways
  • Steam Condensing Plants, Recent Developments in, A. E. Leigh Scanes, 526
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Friction of Turbine Wheels, William Kerr, 209
  • Steam Trap, D. Wilson, 128
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Straits Settlements, Trade in, 3
  • Streets, The Noise of our, 121
  • Strikes—see Labour
  • Stuart, John, on the Panama Earthquake, 466
  • Sub-contractors, Position of. Judgment by Mr. Justice Channell, 474
  • Submarine Boat—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • “ Suction ”—see Ships
  • Suction Chambers—see Pumps
  • Summerhayes, H. R., on an Automatic Substation, 222, 228
  • Superheater, Schmidt Locomotive, 412
  • Superheater for Traction Engine, Marshall,
  • Sons, and Co., Limited, 12
  • Surbiton Sewage Works, 137, 148
  • Surfacing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • TALBOT, Benjamin, on Modern Open-hearth Steel Furnaces, 271, 394, 395, 396
  • Tangshan Colliery, North China, H. Chatley and H. T. Wright, 537,
  • Tangshaii Engineering College, 404
  • Tar, Distillation of, in Metallurgical
  • Monsieur Gevers-Orban, 248
  • Tariff, The New, in the United States,
  • “Taunton” Mechanical Ram Machine, Rudman, Limited, 204, 205
  • Tees, Developing the, 554
  • Telegraph Traffic and Power Plant for Pneumatic Tubes, B. Eason, 652
  • Telephony, Automatic, 572
  • Temperature, Modern Methods of Measuring, R. S. Whipple, 117, 129, 157, 183
  • Temperature of the Sea, Taking the. Professor Bristol’s Instruments, 194
  • Testing Laboratory, Locomotive, States, 235
  • Testing Pavement, Machine for. Testing, Present Methods of. Reference to the Work of the Association for Testing Materials, fessor H. Herbert, 250, 260
  • Professors 546
  • Practice, 389 Moulding
  • Lancey and Craven, in the United 100 with Special International
  • Tetrahedron Ship Model, Kretschmer and Liddell, 65
  • Thearle, Dr. S. J. P., on Cases of Fatigue in the Steel Material of Steamers, 6
  • Thele, W., on Hamburg Dredging Methods, 618
  • Thermometers—see Temperature
  • Traction Engine, Single-cylinder, with Superheater, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 11
  • Tractor Plough—see Plough
  • Tractor, Road Locomotive Oil, John Fowler and Co., 621
  • Tractor, Steam, Marshall, Sons and Co., 620
  • Tractors and Traction Engines at the Royal Show, Bristol, 12
  • Tractors and Traction Engines at Smithfield Club Show, 619
  • Trade Classes, Evening, 338
  • Trade Expansion, Oversea, 63
  • Trade, Nine Months’ Good Export, 419
  • Trade in the Straits Settlements, 3
  • Trains—see Railways
  • Tramcar Wheel Lathe—see Machine Tools
  • Tramway Car, Petrol-engined, Lanarkshire Motor Company, 660
  • Tramways Depot, Ipswich, 146
  • Tramways Renewals Fund, London County Council’s, 36
  • Transmission, Electric, for Ships—see Ships
  • Transport, Pneumatic, for Handling Grain, Malt, &c., 38
  • Transport and Settlement of Sand in Water and a Method of Exploring Sand Bars, J. S. Owens, 343
  • Trap, Steam, D. Wilson, 128
  • Trasenster, Gustave, on the Use of Oxygen in Blast Furnace Practice, 271
  • Tsingtau Harbour, Shantung, China, 378
  • Tunnel, The Channel, 161, 334, 353
  • Tunnels, The World’s Greatest, 561 ; (Letter) 607
  • Turbine Construction, Marine, Recent Experiences and Aims in, Dr. Bauer, 671
  • Turbine, Modern Steam, Design, 509
  • Turbine Wheels, Steam Friction of, William Kerr, 209
  • Turbines, Cruising, Device to Facilitate the Coupling of, H. F. Yarrow, 32
  • Turbines, Francis Type, at Chester Hydroelectric Station, 406, 407, 414
  • Turbines of the French Torpedo-boat Destroyer Commandant Riviere Broguet, 178 {Two- page Supplement, August I5th, 1913)
  • Turbines, (reared, Trials of Ferry Steameis Propelled by, jDr. J. Inglis, 30
  • Typhoid Bacillus and Water Supplies, Dr. A. C. Houston’s Report, 96
  • UNEMPLOYMENT—see Labour
  • United States, The New Tariff in the, 389
  • University of Hong-Kong, 110
  • University of Illinois, Locomotive Testing Plant at, 235
  • “ Unsinkable ” Boat Design, J. S. Burbery, 342
  • VACUUM Gauge—see Gauge
  • Valve, A 94in., J. Blakeborough and Sons, 284
  • Valve, Automatic Gas Shut-off, Pintsch’s, 608
  • Valve Gear, Walschaerts, 136, 137, 168
  • Ventilation, Ship Engine-room, Keith’s Patents, 223
  • Venturi Meter, 38in., 66
  • Vice, Quick-acting, “ Record,” C. and J Hampton, 527
  • Volturno—see Ships
  • Von Groeling, A. E., on British Home Oil Refineries, 102
  • Von Groeling, A. E., on the Scottish Shale Oil Industry, 218, 251, 275
  • WAGES—see Labour
  • Wagon Ferry Boat for Federated Malay States Railways, 30
  • Wagon, 41-Ton Petrol Motor, Walker Brothers, Limited, 333
  • Wagon, 3-Ton Steam, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 621
  • Wagon, 6-Ton Steam, Leyland Motors, Limited, 96
  • Wagon, Steam Motor, Richard Garrett, 622
  • Wagons, Motor—see also Motor Vehicles
  • Wagons, Steam and Motor-driven, at the Royal Show, Bristol, 12

WAR MATERIAL AND WAR MATTERS:

  • Armour-plate Drilling and Tapping Machine W. Asquith, Limited, 442, 450
  • Armour Plate Manufacture, 234
  • Artillery Explosive, Tetranitranilin, 422
  • Big Naval Guns, 323
  • Gun Making in China : Shanghai Arsenal, Loongwha Arsenal, 216
  • Italian 15m. Shells, Turning and Boring Lathes for, 688
  • Lewis Automatic Air-cooled Machine Gun, 578, 579, 605
  • Manufacture of Armour-piercing Projectik s. General Leandro Cubilio, 271
  • Present Value of Armour, (>43
  • Twelve-inch Naval Guns, New Mounting ft r. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 457 {Two-page Supplement, October 31«L 1913)
  • Warships—see Ships

WATER SUPPLY:

  • Boring Plant, Water, H. Brown and Co., 38 Reservoirs in Italy and Sardinia, 60
  • Ryde, New Waterworks for, 432
  • Shanghai Waterworks Company, Limited, 324
  • Sheffield, New Reservoirs for, 510, 520
  • Typhoid Bacillus and Water Supplies, Dr. A. C. Houston’s Report, 96
  • WATER-TUBE Boilers and the Mercantile Marine, 389
  • Waterways, Inland, Discussion at the British Association, 302
  • Waterways, Inland, in England, R. B. Dunwoody, 303
  • Weaver, the River, Ferro-concrete Work on, (>(> 1
  • Weidert, Dr., on The Development of the Submarine Boat Periscope, (it)2
  • Welsh Railway Outbreak—see Labour
  • Whipple, R. S., on Modern Methods of Measuring Temperature, 117, 129, 157, 183
  • Williams’ Connecting-rod System, 024
  • Wilson, D., Steam Trap, 128
  • Winch, Oil Motor, Brazil, Straker and Co., 37
  • Windmill ami Scoop Wheel at Harrierinere, 142
  • Wireless Chain, Imperial, 43
  • Wireless Telegraph Committee, 522
  • Wireless Telegraphy—see also Spark Telegraphy
  • Woollard, Jjloyd, on The T^ffect of Water Chambers on the Rolling of Ships, 7
  • Working Fluid of Internal Combustion Engines, Dugald Clerk, 50, 76, 102

WORKS:.

  • Australian Works for Railway Rolling Stock, &c., 278
  • Broadheath Engineering Works, George
  • Richards and Co., 114, 120
  • Burrell, Charles; and Sons’ Works at Thetford, 107
  • Combined Office and Workshop for Siemens Brothers at Woolwich, F. Southey, 219
  • Doncaster Works, Power Plants at, 574, 582
  • Factory Building with Reinforced Concrete
  • Interior Construction, The Ames-Holden, 221
  • Flour Mills at Ipswich, Cranfield Brothers, 105
  • Grafton and Co.’s Works at Bedford, 100
  • Howard, J. and F., Works at Ipswich, 100 Queen’s Engineering Works, Bedford, W. H.
  • Allen, Son and Co., 4, 10(> {Two-page Supplement, July 4:th, 1913)
  • Ransomes and Rapier’s Works at Ipswich, 105
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies’ Works at Ipswich, 166
  • Reavell and Co.’s Works at Ipswich, 166
  • Robertson, W.- H. A., and Co.’s Works at Bedford, 167
  • Sundon Cement Works, 167
  • Works Visited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 165
  • WORKSHOP Management, 621 ; (Letter), 653
  • Workshop, Travelling, Delahaye, H. Hobson, Limited, 97
  • Workshops, Electric Driving in, 576
  • World’s Greatest Tunnels, 561 ; (Letter), 607
  • World’s Metal Statistics, 63
  • Worm Gearing for Rolling Mills, H. Wallwork and Co., 182
  • Worm Gears, Machine Tools for the Production of, D. Brown and Sons, Limited, 464, 465, 498
  • Worm Milling and Worm Wheel Generating Machines, D. Brown and Sons, Limited, 464, 4(55
  • Wreck Statistics for 1912, 172
  • Wynne, Professor W. P., on The Mechanism of Chemical Action, 301
  • YARROW, H. F., on Device to Facilitate the Coupling of Cruising Turbines, 32
  • Young, George, on A National Gazette of
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  • ZEPPELIN—see Aeronautics

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