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The Engineer 1915/04/02

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  • Contents, p 333.

Main Subjects

  • Apparatus for Cleaning, Separating and Delivering Grain, p 338. (Illustrated).
  • Books of Reference, p 344 - 345.
  • Breakdown of A Diesel Engine at Oxford, p 337.
  • British Portland Cement Making Machinery, No VI, A Complete Cement Works Equipment, p 328 - 330. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 333 - 334.
    • Rules for Freeboard.
    • Railway Electrification in America.
  • Heavy Motor Traffic, p 338.
  • Institution of Naval Architects, No. II, p 334.
    • Scantlings on Light Superstructures by J. Montgomerie.
    • A Contribution to the Theory of Propulsion and the Screw Propeller by F. W. Lanchester.
    • A Comparison Between the Results of Propeller Experiments in Air and Water, by A. W. Johns.
    • Further Model Experiments on the Resistance of Mercantile Ship Forms; The Influence of Length and Prismatic Coefficients on the Resistance of Ships by J. L. Kent.
    • The Law of Fatigue Applied to Crank Shaft Failures by C. E. Stromeyer.
    • The Effect of Beam on the Speed of Hydroplanes by Mr Linton Hope.
    • Notes on the Cross Curves and G.Z. Curve of Stability by E. F. Spanner.
  • L. and N.W.R. Engine Coaling Plant at Camden Town, p 344. (Illustrated).
  • Labour and Wages, p 330. (Illustrated).
  • March, p 321 - 322.
    • The Government and Labour.
    • Labour Agreements.
    • Germany's Naval Losses.
    • The Allies' Naval Losses.
    • The Dardanelles.
    • Aeronautical Exploits.
    • Tool Steel Research.
    • Lower Ganges Bridge.
  • New Zealand Ironsand, p 337. (Illustrated).

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