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The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1917 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

ACCIDENTS:

  • - Explosion, The, 86
  • - Railway Accidents, 39, 276
  • - Railway Collisions at Wigan and Kirtle- bridge, 226, 229
  • - Ratho and Wigan Railway Accidents, 39, 44, 54, 226, 229 ; (Letter), 44
  • ACCURACY and- Probability of Fire, Sir G. Greenhill, 73, 100
  • Admiralty, Changes at the, 499

AERONAUTICS:

  • - Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 298
  • - Aeronautical Exhibition, 188
  • - Aviation after the War, 521
  • - Boring and Recessing Machine for Aircraft Propellers, Thos. Robinson and Sons, Limited, 296
  • - British Aircraft Engines of High Output, Louis Coatalen, 568
  • - Commercial Aeronautics, 517
  • - Educational Lectures on Aeronautics, Syllabus, 211
  • - Folkestone Raid, 497 ; (Letter), 515
  • - Handley-Page, 550 Horse-power Tractor Bi-plane, 517
  • - Steel Used in Aero Work, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 386
  • AGRICULTURAL Tractors, Government Invitation for Tenders, 470
  • Agricultural Tractors, Trial of Two Ford Motors, 437
  • Ahrons, E. L., on Locomotives of the United Kingdom, 216 ; (Letters), 243, 494
  • Air Compressing Plant, Portable, Lacy, Hulbert and Co., Limited, 569
  • Allcock, Harry, on the Decimal System of Coinage, Weights and Measures, 290; (Letter), 586
  • Alternating Stress—see Stress
  • Aluminium, Ministry of Munitions Regulations, 182, 231
  • Aluminium Scrap and Swarf, Control of, in the United Kingdom, 231
  • America at War, 337
  • American Cotton Field Machinery, 515
  • American Engineering News, 433, 470, 527
  • - Chicago Underground Railways, 433
  • - Concrete Piles, 470
  • - Divining Rods and Perpetual Motion, 433
  • - Eighty-five Ton Coal Wagons, 433
  • - Hot-Blast Stoves, 527
  • - Huge Grab Bucket Dredger, 527
  • - Miners’ Portable Lamps, 527
  • - Quick-Bend Tests for Steel Rails, 470
  • - Steam Tenders for Locomotives, 527
  • AMERICAN Navy—see Ships
  • American Railways—see Railways
  • American Steel Trade, 62
  • Annealing Furnace—see Furnace
  • Annealing of Nickel Silver, Dr. F. C. Thompson, 285

ANNUAL ARTICLES:

  • AERONAUTICS IN 1916, 18
  • - Aeroplanes, 18
  • - Airships, 18
  • CHEMISTRY IN 1916, 20
  • ENGINEERING INDUSTRY IN 1916, 2
  • - Coalfields, 2
  • - Engineers and the Army, 3
  • - Lancashire and Cumberland, 4
  • - Midlands, 4
  • - Miscellaneous, 5
  • - North-East Coast, 4
  • - Payment by Results, 3
  • - Sheffield, 4
  • - Shipbuilding, 3
  • - South Wales, 4
  • - Wages and Workers, 3
  • - West of Scotland, 4
  • - Women Workers, 4
  • HARBOURS, DOCKS, AND WATERWAYS IN 1916, 9
  • - Belfast, 10
  • - Chicago, 10
  • - Forth and Clyde Canal Scheme, 10
  • - Germany’s Waterway Projects, 32
  • - Government and Dockyard Harbour Dues, 9
  • - Hey sham Harbour, 10
  • - Liverpool, 10
  • - London, The Port of, 10
  • - Madras, 31
  • - Manchester Ship Canal, 10
  • - Marseilles-Rhone Canal, 32
  • - New York, 10
  • - Panama Canal, 10
  • - Russia, 32
  • - South Africa, 31
  • - South Wales, 10
  • - Suez Canal, 31
  • - U.S.A. Naval Docks, 10
  • - Valparaiso, 32
  • - Welland Canal, 10
  • - Zuider Zee, 32
  • RAILWAYS IN 1916, 16
  • - Australian Trans-Continental Railway, 18
  • - British Railways Generally, 17
  • - Electrification of Railways, 17
  • - Locomotive Coaling Plants, 17
  • - Locomotives, 17 ; (Letters), 108, 127 New Works, 16
  • - Proposed Capital Expenditure in 1916, 16
  • - Railway Accidents, 17
  • - Rolling Stock, 17
  • - Snowstorm of March 27th-28th, 17

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued-)

  • WATER SUPPLY AND SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1916, 20
  • - Aberdeen Water Supply, 32
  • - Activated Sludge Process, 33
  • - Metropolitan W ater Board, 21
  • - Nitrogen from Sewage, The Recovery of, 33
  • - Salford Activated Sludge Experiments, Report on, 33
  • - Sterilisation of Water, 32
  • - Sterilising by Liquid Chlorine, 32
  • - Treasury, The Action of the, 21
  • - Value of the Dried Sludge, 33
  • - War and the Stoppage of Works, 20
  • APPLICATION of Coal Gas to Industry in War Time, H. M. Thornton, 374
  • Apprentices, 40
  • Apprentices, The Future of, 61, 64, 66
  • “Aquadag”—see Graphite Cylinder Lubrication
  • Asbestos, Blue, 524
  • Asbestos Corrugated Roofing, British Everite and Asbestihte Works, Limited, 570
  • Asbridge, H. H., on Precision Grinding, 268
  • Ashdown, H. H., on the Heat Treatment of Steel Forgings, 263

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association, British Engineers:
  • - Meeting, 553
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Bearing of Research Work on Practical Mechanical Engineering, A. Saxon, 162
  • - Development of the Manufacture of Steel Castings, E. F. Lange, 5c
  • - Education of Engineers, Committee’s Reports, 66
  • - Nile and the Utilisation of its Waters, A. A. Barnes, 33
  • - Precision Grinding, H. H. Asbridge, 268
  • - Steam Turbines lor Land Purposes, H. L. Guy, 107 : (Corrections), 127, 166
  • - Testing of Steel, Dairy Brearley, 288
  • - Workshop Design and Equipment, E. Simpson, 197
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal electrical:
  • - Annual General Meeting, 579
  • - Fuel Economy, J. A. Robertson, 579
  • - New Industries Utilising Electric Power, Presidential Address, Mr. Long, 580
  • - Nitric Acid from the Air, Kilburn Scott Process, 580
  • - Profit Sharing in Municipal Electrical Undertakings, J. H. Bowden, 580
  • Institute of Engineers, South Wales:
  • - Presidential Address, Mr. Hugh Bramwell, 117
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel:
  • - Annual Meeting, 347, 418, 420, 440, 442
  • - Award of Bessemer Medal to Mr. Andrew Lamberton, 418
  • - Notes on Some Quenching Experiments, Lawford H. Fry, 442
  • - Penetration of the Hardening Effect in Chromium and Copper Steels, L. Grenet, 442
  • - Properties of Refractory Materials Used in the Iron and Steel Industry, Cosmo Johns, 419, 420
  • - Steel Ingot Defects, J. N. Kilby, 440
  • Institute of Metals:
  • - Annealing of Nickel Silver, Dr. F. C. Thompson, 285
  • - Coal Gas as Fuel for Melting Non-ferrous Alloys, G. B. Brook, 311
  • - Electric Resistance Furnace for Melting in Crucibles, Dr. H. C. Greenwood and Dr. R. S. Hulton, 340
  • - General Properties of Stampings and Chill Castings in Brass, andc., Owen W. Ellis, 284
  • - High-pressure Gas Melting, C. M. Walter, 311
  • - Ideals and Limitations in Melting of Nonferrous Metals, Carl Hering, 340
  • - Machining Properties of Brass, O. W. Ellis, 283
  • - Melting of Brass and Copper in a Crucible Furnace with Coal-gas Fuel, H. M. Thornton and H. Hartley, 311, 340
  • - Metal Melting as Practised at the Royal Mint, W. J. Hocking, 311
  • - Metal Melting in a Simple Crude Oil Furnace, H. S. Primrose, 311, 340
  • - Researches Made Possible by the Autographic Load Extension Optical Indicator, Professor W. E. Dalby, 422, 452, 453
  • - Spring Meeting; Programme, 181, 284, 311, 340
  • - Surface Tension and Cohesion in Metals and Alloys, Sydney W. Smith, 285
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
  • - Factories : Their Building and Organisation, H. O. Blackford, 198
  • - Prizes Offered, 198
  • - Screw Gauges, Colonel Crompton, 66
  • - Use and Abuse of Steel, Lieut.-Col. Bagnall- Wild and Lieut. E. W. Birch, 352, 384, 430
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - Decimal System of Coinage, Weights and Measures, H. Allcock, 290
  • - Foreign Trade and the Engineer, 242
  • - Pass List (Interim) February Examinations, 1917, 259
  • - Pass List, February Examinations, 1917
  • - Standardisation of Engineering Materials, James Forrest Lecture, Sir J. Wolfe Barry, 406

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Electrical Engineers:
  • - Building Taken Over by Government, 280
  • Institution of Engineers and Ship- builders in Scotland:
  • - Electric Motor Vehicles, L. Brockman, 95
  • Institution of Gas Engineers:
  • - Deputation to Mr. Guy Calthrop, Coal Controller, 527
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • - Alternating Stress Experiments, Dr. W. Mason, 172, 176
  • - Annual General Meeting, 175
  • - Hardness of Metals, Sir R. Hadfield’s Prize, 279
  • - Heat Treatment of Large Forgings, Sir W. Beardmore, 263, 280
  • - Heat Treatment of Steel Forgings, H. H. Ashdown, 263
  • - Manufacture of Gauges at the L.C.C Paddington Technical Institute, A. G. Cooke, W. J. Gow, and W. G. Tunmcliffe, 78, 95
  • - Notes on the Construction of Turbine Pumps, A. E. L. Chorlton, 463, 476, 477
  • - Presidential Address, Mr. Michael Longridge, 371
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • - Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, Dr. J. S. Haldane, 569
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • - Buoyancy and Stability of Submarines, Professor W. Hovgaaru, 330, 340
  • - Closing of all Ship Side Apertures from the Bridge, Signor E. Benvenuti, 318
  • - Design of Pin Joints Based on Ultimate Strength, Lieut. W. A. Scoble, 319
  • - Diagram for Stability of Submarines, Cesare Laurenti, 330
  • - Further Experiments upon Wake and Thrust Deduction, W. J. Luke, 319
  • - Marine Application of b loating Gears of the bloating Frame Type, J. H. Macalpine, 330
  • - Method of Obtaining for Ship Design the Spacing of Bulkheads, andc., W. J. Lovett, 317
  • - On Launching, P. A. Hillhouse and W. H. Riddlesworth, 330
  • - Presidential Address, Lord Bristol, 28b
  • - Some Experiments on Influence of Running Balance on Vibration of Ships, J. J. King- Salter, 330
  • - Spring Meeting, 286, 317, 330
  • - Stability, Apparatus for Use of Ship Masters, T. Graham, 318
  • - Standardisation as Applied to the Machinery for Cargo Boats, D. B. Morison, 287, 302
  • - Strength and Inner Structure of Mild Steel, Professor W. E. Dalby, 318
  • - Stress Determination in a Flat Plate, J. Montgomerie, 317
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and shipbuilders:
  • - Guidance Specification for Reciprocating Triple-expansion Marine Engines for Cargo Boats, 130
  • Institution, Royal:
  • - Industrial Finance after the War, Professor H. S. Foxwell, 403
  • Society, Aeronautical, of Great Britain:
  • - Lecture on Aircraft Problems, Louis Coatalen, 568
  • - Steels Used in Aero Work, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 386
  • Society of British Gas Industries:
  • - Presidential Address by Sir Robert Hadfield, 391
  • Society of Chemical Industry, London Section:
  • - Basic Slag as a Fertiliser, Professors Gilchrist and Louis, 162
  • Society, The Faraday:
  • - Training and Work of the Chemical Engineer, Sir G. Beilby, 219, 225, 227, 363
  • Society, Optical:
  • - Glass Grinding and Polishing, J. W. French, 182
  • Society, Royal, of Arts:
  • - Application of Coal Gas to Industry in War Time, H. M. Thornton, 374
  • - National Shortage of Iron Ore Supplies, Howard Lecture, Professor W. G. Fearn- sides, 399, 429
  • - Works Organisation and Efficiency, Papers by Professor Ripper and Messrs. A. W. Reeves and C. Kimber, 454
  • ASTRONOMICAL Model, Dr. Wilson, 489
  • Atmospheric Engine—see Pumps
  • Autographic Load Extension Indicator, Professor W. E. Dalby, 422, 452, 453, 468
  • Automatic Signalling—see Railways

B

  • BAGNALL-WILD, Lieut.-Col., and Lieut. E. W. Birch, on the Use and Abuse of Steel, 352, 384, 430
  • Barnes, A. A., on the Nile and the Utilisation of its Waters, 33
  • Barry, Sir J. Wolfe, on Standardisation of Engineering Materials, 403, 406 ; (Letter), 424
  • Bartrum, C. O., on A Clock of Precision, 161 ; (Letters), 198, 243
  • Basic Slag, 275
  • Basic Slag as a Fertiliser, Professors Gilchrist and Louis, 162
  • Beardmore, Sir W., on the Heat Treatment of Large Forgings, 263, 280
  • Beilby, Sir G., on the Training and Work of the Chemical Engineer, 219, 225, 227, 363
  • Belt Conveyor Coal Loading Plant in New South Wales, 5, 14
  • Benvenuti, Signor E., on the Closing of all Ship Side Apertures from the Bridge, 318
  • Benzol Recovery at Gasworks, 237
  • Birmingham Electrical Engineers Volunteers, ’ 298
  • Birthday Honours List, 518
  • Blackwood, Peter, on Electric Steel, 494
  • Blue Asbestos, 524

BOILERS:

  • - Coal Efficiency in the Boiler-house, 116, 137
  • - Taylor Underfeed Stoker, Scholey and Co., Limited, 88
  • BOMBAY Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 443, 448, 464, 472 (Two-page Supplement, May 16th, 1917;
  • Books of Reference, 63, 91, 117, 159, 176, 376, 421, 506, 570
  • Boring and Recessing Machine for Aircraft Manufacture, Thos. Robinson and Sons, Limited, 296
  • Bottle Making Plant, A Modern, Thatcher Manufacturing Company, 578, 588
  • Brakes—see Railways
  • Brass and Copper, Melting of, in a Crucible Furnace with Coal-gas Fuel, H. M. Thornton and H. Hartley, 311, 340
  • Brass, General Properties of Stampings and Chill Castings in, tec., O. W. Ellis, 281
  • Brass, Machining Properties of, O. W. Ellis, 283
  • Brearley, Harry, on the Testing of Steel, 288

BRIDGES:

  • - Bascule Bridge Over the Chicago River, 174, 178
  • - Coppermill Ferro-concrete Bridge Over the Colne at Wraysbury, R. N. Stroyer, 206
  • - Pyrmont Electric Swing Bridge, Sydney, New South Wales, 75, 84. 103, 110, 124, 132, 150, 151 ; (Letters), 198, 230 (Two-page Supplement, February $th, 1917)
  • BRIQUETTING of Metal Swarf, 514, 538, 557, 592
  • British versus American Sugar Machinery, 202 ; (Letter), 230
  • British Business in Latin America, 249, 589
  • British Magneto Industry, 86
  • British Prisoners of War, Educational Facilities for, 280
  • Brockman, L , on Electric Motor Vehicles, 95
  • Brook, G. B., on Coal Gas as Fuel for Melting Non-ferrous Alloys, 311
  • Brushwood Sewage Filters, 337 ; (Letter), 375
  • Bulkheads—see Ships
  • Bundling Presses—see Briquetting
  • Bureau of Mineral Resources, 450

C

  • CALENDARS and Diaries, 50, 70, 122, 230, 598
  • Canada—see Railways
  • Canal Problem, 225
  • Canal, The Proposed Rhone-Rhine, 53
  • Canals, Government and the, 180
  • Canker of Unrest—see Labour
  • Cardiff, Shipbuilding in, 549
  • Case-hardening Furnace, Monometer Manufacturing Company, Limited, 276
  • Catalogues, 70, 166, 185, 211, 366
  • Catalogues for South America, 79
  • Caterpillar Tractor, Petrol, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited, 308, 314 (Two-page Supplement, April 6th, 1917)
  • Ceramic Society Meeting at Stourbridge, Refractory Materials, 466
  • Chain Cables in the U.S. Navy, Power Forging of, Naval Constructor F. G. Coburn, 200 204 ; (Letter), 230
  • Changes at the Admiralty, 499
  • Chart Table, Illuminated, Kelvin, Bottomlev and Baird, 222
  • Chemical Engineer, The Training and Work of, Sir G. Beilby, 219, 225, 227, 363
  • Chile, Engineering in, 570
  • Chile, Engineering Progress in, 355
  • China after the War, 352
  • Chlorinator, Wallace and Tiernan, 252
  • Chorfton, A. E. L., Notes on the Construction of Turbine Pumps, 463, 476, 477, 500
  • Clapham, F. T., on Intensive Production Establishment Charges and Selling Price, 516 ; (Letter), 586
  • Clock of Precision, C. O. Bartrum, 161 ; (Letters), 198, 243
  • Closing of Ship Side Apertures—see Ships
  • Coaches, Railway—see Railways

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES: See also Annual Articles—Engineering Industry

  • - Application of Coal Gas to Industry in War Time, H. M. Thornton. 374
  • - Belt Conveyor Coal Loading Plant at Port Kembla, New South Wales, 5, 14
  • - Canadian Pig Iron, Steel and Coal in 1916, 95
  • - Coal Efficiency in the Boiler-house, 116, 137
  • - Coal Gas as Fuel for Melting Non-ferrous Alloys, G. B. Brook, 311
  • - Coal and the State, 179
  • - Coal Supplies for the Gas Engineer, 527
  • - Colliery Pumping Engine—see Pumps Concreted Coal, R. G. Lovell and C. M. Hughes, 548 ; (Letter), 571
  • - Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, Dr. J. S. Haldane, 569
  • - Use of Coke and Coke-Breeze for Steam Generation, J. B. C. Kershaw, 51
  • COATALEN Louis, on Aircraft Problems, 568
  • Coburn, Naval Constructor F. G., on Power Forging of Chain Cables in the U.S. Navy, 200, 204 ; (Letter), 230
  • Commercial Production of Hydrogen. 25
  • Concrete Bridge—see Bridges
  • Concreted Coal, R. G. Lovell and C. M. Hughes, 548 ; (Letter), 571
  • Contracts, 24, 70, 122, 260, 279, 320
  • Control of Aluminium Scrap and Swarf in the United Kingdom, 231
  • Cooke, A. G., W. J. Gow and W. G. Tunnicliffe. on the Manufacture of Gauges at the L.C.C. Paddington Technical Institute, 78, 95 ; (Letter), 139
  • Corrosion of Lock Gate Machinery on the Panama Canal, 255
  • Cotton-Field Machinery, American, 515
  • Crompton, Colonel, on Screw Gauges, 66
  • Cupro-Nickel Scrap. 243
  • Cycloid-Weir Water Meter, Kennicott Company, 408

D

  • DALBY, Professor W. E.» on Autographic Load Extension Optical Indicator, 422, 452, 453, 468
  • Dalby, Professor W. E., on the Strength and Inner Structure of Mild Steel, 318
  • Dams for Water Supply—see Water Supply
  • Decimal System of Coinage, Weights and Measures, H. Allcock, 290 : (Letter), 586
  • Delta as a Trade Name, Legal Action, 280
  • Design of Pin Joints, andc., Lieut. W. A. Scoble, 319
  • Development, The Secret of, 85
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Dock, Dry, at Manchester, 492. 493, 496
  • Dock, Temporary Dry, Made with Sheet Piling, at Valparaiso, 64, 65
  • Drawing-office, Premium System in the, H. Kewney, 275
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools

E

  • EDUCATION and Business, W. L. Hichens, 61, 64
  • Education of Engineers, 61. 64, 66
  • Educational Facilities for British Prisoners of War, 280
  • Eighteenth Century Pumping Engine—see Pumps

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Birmingham Electrical Engineers Volunteers, 298
  • - Bombay Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 443, 448, 464, 472 (Two-page Supplement, May 18th, 1917)
  • - Bridges—see Bridges
  • - Electric Power Supply, Board of Trade Report, 482
  • - Electric Steel, 494
  • - Furnace, Electric Resistance, for Melting in Crucibles, Dr. H. C. Greenwood and Dr. R. S. Hulton. 340
  • - Hydro-electric Plant, Mitchell Brothers’ Mill at Hebden Bridge, Gilbert Gilkes and Co., Limited, 266 ; (Letter), 289
  • - Lamps for Daylight Signals, 455
  • - Linking Up of Electrical Undertakings, 246
  • - Lo-Thermo Enclosed Air-cooled Motor, Electromotors Limited, 26
  • - Packing Electric Locomotives for Export, 424
  • - Pumping from Deep Wells, W. J. Wills’ System, 409
  • - Railways—see Railways
  • - Rolling Mill Equipment, British Westing-house Electric and Manufacturing Company, 402, 406
  • - Super-electric Supply Station, 271
  • - Training of Disabled Sailors and Soldiers for Electrical Sub-station Work. 399
  • - Turbo-generator for Ship Lighting, British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 406
  • - Vehicles—see Motor Vehicles
  • - Wairua Falls. New Zealand, Hydro-electro Power Scheme, 376, 380
  • ELECTROLYSER for Ships, V. Roberts and Co., 549
  • Ellis. Owen W., on Machining Properties of Brass and on General Properties of Stampings and Chill Castings in Brass. andc., 284
  • Empire Mineral Resources, 527

ENGINES AND MOTORS:

  • General:
  • - Aero Engines. Sunbeam Motor Car Company, Limited, 568
  • - Atmospheric Engine—see Pumps
  • - Locomotive Engines, Minister of Munitions’ Regulations, 143
  • - Pumping Engines—see Pumps
  • - Standard Marine Engines, 381
  • - Standardisation as Applied to the Machinery for Cargo Boats, D. B. Morison, 287, 302

ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued) :

  • Internal Combustion Engines:
  • - Internal Combustion Engine Tests, W. A. Tookey, 29
  • - Motor Installation for Barges, T. H. Coggins and A. E. Hook, 420
  • - Petrol Engine for Caterpillar Tractor, National Gas Engine Company, Limited, 308, 314 (Page Supplement, National Gas Engine Company)
  • - Relative Failure of the Marine Diesel Engine, 293
  • Steam Engines :
  • - Guidance Specification for Reciprocating Triple-expansion Marine Engines for Cargo Boats, 130
  • - Indicator Cards—see Plotting
  • ENGINEER Volunteers, First London, 27, 50, 67, 90, 120, 139, 168, 190, 212, 236, 259, 280, 303, 321, 347, 368, 392, 412, 438, 459, 483, 506, 527, 553, 576, 599
  • Engineers and the Battle of the Ancre, 566
  • Engineers and the Metric System, 290
  • Engineering in Chile, 570
  • Engineering Industry—see also Annual Article Engineering Materials, Standardisation of, James Forrest Lecture, Sir J. W. Barry, 403, 406 ; (Letter). 424
  • Engineering Organisation, 11
  • Engineering Progress in Chile, 355
  • Engineering Works—see Works
  • Excess Profits Tax, 427
  • Explosion, The, 86
  • Explosions, Petrol, in Sewers, 283
  • Explosives, Inspectors of, Report for 1916, 580
  • Extraction of Sugar-cane Mills, P. H. Parr, 148

F

  • FARM Machinery and Implements, Ministry of Munitions Branch, 48
  • Fearnsides, Professor W. G., on the National Shortage of Iron Ore Supplies, 399, 429
  • Fertiliser, Basic Slag as a, Professors Gilchrist and Louis, 162
  • Filters—see Sewage Filters
  • Financing Industry and Trade, 403
  • Fire Brigade Competitions at Luton, 437
  • Fire Pumps—see Pumps
  • First Lord’s Speech, 201
  • Fixation of Nitrogen, Kilburn-Scott Process, 580, 595
  • Folkestone—see Aeronautics
  • Foreign Trade and the Engineer, 242
  • Forgings—see Heat Treatment
  • Forrest, James, Lecture on the Standardisation of Engineering Materials, Sir J. Wolfe Barry, 403, 406 ; (Letter), 424
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 24, 48, 70, 94, 120, 143, 166, 188, 210, 231, 255, 279, 301, 325, 346, 368, 390, 409, 436, 459, 483, 508, 531, 549, 574, 598
  • Foxwell, Professor H. S., on Industrial Finance after the War, 403
  • French Atlantic Service—see Ships
  • French, J. W., on Glass Grinding and Polishing, 182
  • Fry, Lawford H., Notes on Some Quenching Experiments, 442
  • Fuel Economy, J. A. Robertson, 579
  • Fuel Supplies of the United Kingdom, Board Appointed, 176
  • Furnace, Annealing, for Bottle Making, Thatcher Manufacturing Company, 578
  • Furnace, Case-hardening. Monometer Manufacturing Company, Limited, 276
  • Furnace, Electric Resistance, for Melting in Crucibles, Dr. H. C. Greenwood and Dr. R. S. Hulton. 340
  • Furnace, Hydrogen Retort, Howard Lane, 511, 546 (Two-page Supplement. June 15th, 1917)
  • Furnaces, Three-phase, for Manufacture of Nitric Acid from the Air, Kilburn-Scott, 580, 595

G

  • GAS—see also Coal Gas
  • Gas Industry, Coal Supplies for, 527
  • Gasworks, Benzol Recovery at, 237
  • Gauge, Standard Structure, in the United States, 552
  • Gauges, Manufacture of, at the L.C.C. Padding-ton Technical Institute, A. G. Cooke, W. J. Gow and W. G. Tunnicliffe, 78, 95 ; (Letter), 139
  • Gauges, Screw, Colonel Crompton, 66
  • German Industry. Technical Library to Aid, 326
  • German Naval Dockyards, 555
  • German Patent System, The Dangers of the, 315 : (Letter). 467
  • Germany, Merchant Shipbuilding in, 112
  • Gilchrist and Louis, Professors, on Basic Slag as a Fertiliser, 162
  • Glass Grinding and Polishing, J. W. French, 182
  • Glass Research, Committee Appointed, 149
  • Glazebrook, Sir Richard, on Science and Industry—The Place of Cambridge, andc., 535
  • Glycerine Recovery and Refining, George Scott and Son, 581. 585
  • Government and the Canals, 180
  • Government Orders, Recent, 297
  • Graham. T., Apparatus for Interpreting Stability for the Use of Ship Masters, 318
  • Graphite Cylinder Lubrication, “Aquadag,” E. W. Johnston, 71
  • Greenhill, Sir G., on Accuracy and Probability of Fire. 73, 100
  • Greenwood, Dr. H. C., and Dr. R. S. Hulton, on An Electric Resistance Furnace for Melting in Crucibles, 340
  • Grenet L., on the Penetration of rhe Hardening Effect in Chromium and Copper Steels, 442
  • Grinding—see Machine Tools
  • Guerre de Course, 565
  • Guy, H. L.. on Steam Turbines for Land Pur-poses, 107 ; (Corrections), 127, 166

H

  • HADFIELD, Sir R., on British Patents, 391
  • Hadfield, Sir R., Prize Offered, 279
  • Hadfield, Sir R., on the Training and Work of the Engineering Chemist, 219, 225, 227, 363
  • Haldane, Dr. J. S., on the Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, 569
  • Harbour Improvements at Valparaiso, 516, 520
  • Hardness of Metals, Sir R. Hadfield’s Prize, 279
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H., on Steels Used in Aero Work, 386
  • Heat Treatment of Large Forgings, Sir W. Beardmore, 263, 280
  • Heat Treatment of Steel Forgings, H. H. Ashdown, 263
  • Hering, Carl, on Ideas and Limitations in Melting of Non-ferrous Metals, 340
  • Hichens, W. L., on Education and Business, 61, 64
  • High Precision Design, Some Points in, 584
  • Hillhouse, P. A., and W. H. Riddlesworth, on Launching, 330
  • Hocking, W. J., on Metal Melting as Practised at the Royal Mint, 311
  • Houston Dr.—see Water Supply
  • Hovgaard, Professor W., on the Buoyancy and Stability of Submarines, 330, 340
  • Hudson River Tunnel, 540
  • Humphreys, G. W., on the Main Drainage System of London, 235
  • Hydro-electric Plant for a Yorkshire Mill, Gilbert Gilkes and Co., Limited, 266 ; (Letter), 289
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Tata, for Bombay, 443, 448, 464, 472 (Two-page Supplement, May ISth, 1917)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Wairua Falls, New Zealand, 376, 380
  • Hydrogen, The Commercial Production of, 25
  • Hydrogenation of Oil, Howard Lane System, 511, 546 (Two-page Supplement, June 15th, 1917)

I

  • IDEALS, andc.—see Melting of Non-ferrous Metals
  • Illuminated Chart Table, Fletcher Lit-from- below, Kelvin. Bottomley and Baird, 222
  • Indicator, Autographic Load Extension, Optical, Professor W. E. Dalhy, 422, 452, 453, 468
  • Indicator Cards—see Plotting
  • Indicator, W.R. Combustion, H. R. Webster, 595
  • Industrial Finance after the War. Professor H. S. Foxwell, 403
  • Industrial Unrest—see Labour
  • Industries, New, in South Wales, 549
  • Industries, Reconstruction of, 577
  • Intensive Production Establishment Charges and Selling Price, F. T. Clapham, 516 ; (Letter), 586
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines

IRON AND STEEL:

  • - American Steel Trade, 62
  • - Canadian Pig Iron, Steel and Coal in 1916, 95
  • - Development of the Manufacture of Steel Castings, E. F. Lange, 55
  • - Electric Steel, 494
  • - Heat Treatment of Large Forgings, Sir W. Beardmore, 263, 280
  • - Heat Treatment of Steel Forgings, H. H. Ashdown 263
  • - High-speed Steel Importation into Italy, 298
  • - High-speed Tool Steel Patent Action, 412
  • - Mechanical Puddling, 465
  • - National Shortage of Iron Ore Supplies, Professor W. G. Fearnsides, 399, 429
  • - Notes on Some Quenching Experiments, Lawford H. Fry, 442
  • - Penetration of the Hardening Effect in Chromium and Copper Steels, L. Grenet, 442
  • - Real Value of Iron Ores, 272
  • - Refractory Materials Used in the Iron and Steel Industry, Cosmo Johns, 419, 420, 428
  • - Steel Ingot Defects, J. N. Kilby, 440
  • - Steels Used in Aero Work, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 386
  • - Strength and Inner Structure of Mild Steel, Professor W. E. Dalby. 318
  • - Testing of Steel, Harry Brearley, 288
  • - Use and Abuse of Steel, Lieut.-Colonel Bagnall-Wild and Lieut. E. W. Birch, 352, 384, 430
  • IS Welfare Work Good Business ? 101

J

  • JOHNS, Cosmo, on Properties of Refractory Materials Used in Iron and Steel Industry, 419, 420, 428
  • Johnston, E. W., on Graphite Cylinder Lubrication, 71

K

  • KERSHAW, J. B. C , on the Use of Coke and Coke-Breeze for Steam Generation, 51
  • Kewney, H., on The Premium System in the Drawing-office, 275
  • Kilburn Scott Three-phase Furnaces for Fixation of Nitrogen, 580, 595
  • Kilby, J. N., on Steel Ingot Defects, 440
  • King-Salter, J. J., on Influence of Running Balance on Vibration of Ships, 330

L LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • - Canker of Industrial Unrest, 473 : (Letter), 494
  • - Commissions on Labour Unrest, 543, 549
  • - Is Welfare Work Good Business ? 101
  • - Labour and the Stat«, 497
  • - Munitions Workers’ Strike, 449
  • - Partition of Bonuses, 250 ; (Letters), 268
  • - Premium System in the Drawing-office, H. Kewney, 275

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES. AND WAGES QUESTIONS (continued):

  • - Profit Sharing in Electrical and Gas Indus-tries, 580
  • - Stimulated Management, 179; (Letters), 193, 230. 251, 268, 375
  • - Suspicion, 134
  • - Women in Industry, 502
  • - Women Mechanics, 294, 296
  • LAMPS for Daylight Signals, 455
  • Lane, Howard, System of Oil Hydrogenation, 511. 546 (Two-page Supplement, June 15th, 1917)
  • Lange, E. F., on the Development of the Manufacture of Steel Castings, 55
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Latin America, British Business in, 249
  • Latin America, Our Trade with, 589
  • Launching—see Ships
  • Laurenti, Cesare, Diagram for Stability of Submarines, 330
  • Lead, Government Order Concerning, 333

LEADERS:

  • - America at War, 337
  • - American Battle Cruisers, 543
  • - American Navy at War. 359
  • - American Shipbuilding and Shipping, 381
  • - American Steel Trade, 62
  • - Automatic Control of Trains, 111
  • - Automatic Railway Signalling, 589
  • - Automatic Train Control, 226
  • - Aviation After the War, 521
  • - British versus American Sugar Machinery, 202
  • - British Business in Latin America, 249
  • - British Magneto Industry, 86
  • - Brushwood Sewage Filters, 337
  • - Bureau of Mineral Resources, 450
  • - Canal Problem, 225
  • - Canker of Industrial Unrest, 473
  • - Chemical Engineer, 225
  • - Coal and the State, 179
  • - Commissions on Labour Unrest, 543
  • - Dangers of the German Patent System, 315
  • - Engineers and the Battle of the Ancre, 566
  • - Excess Profits Tax, 427
  • - Explosion, The. 86
  • - Financing Industry and Trade. 403
  • - First. Lord’s Speech. 201
  • - Folkestone Raid, 497
  • - Future of Apprentices. 61
  • - Government and the Canals, 180
  • - Guerre de Course, 565
  • - Labour and the State, 497
  • - Latin America, Our Trade with, 589
  • - Life Saving at Sea. 360
  • - Melting of Metals. 293
  • - Merchant Shipbuilding in Germany, 112
  • - Munition Workers’ Strike, 449
  • - Mystery of Metals, 39
  • - Output and the Market, 315
  • - Partition of Bonuses, 250
  • - Peaceful Penetration, 521
  • - Railway Accidents, 39
  • - Real Value of Iron Ores, 272
  • - Refractory Materials, 428
  • - Relative Failure of the Marine Diesel Engine, 293
  • - Retrospect—1916, 15
  • - Secret of Development, 85
  • - Standard Marine Engines, 381
  • - Standardisation. 403
  • - Sterilisation of Water Supplies, 157
  • - Stimulated Management, 179
  • - Submarines, 157
  • - Sugar Problem, 85
  • - Super-electric Supply Station, 271
  • - Suspicion, 134
  • - Text-books : Actual and Ideal, 473
  • - Triumph of Expediency over Sentimentality 566
  • - United States Navy, 133
  • - Women Mechanics, 294

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRE-SPONDENTS:

  • America, 24, 71. 91, 120, 168, 297, 320, 347
  • Australia, 97, 211
  • England, North of, 23, 47, 69, 93, 118, 141, 164, 186, 209, 233, 256, 278. 300, 324, 344, 364, 388, 411, 434, 456, 481, 504, 530, 550, 572, 596
  • Lancashire, 21, 46. 68, 92, 118, 140, 163, 186, 208, 232, 256, 277, 299, 323, 344, 364, 388, 410, 434, 456, 480, 504, 528, 550, 571, 596
  • Midlands and Staffordshire, 21, 45, 67, 91, 117, 140, 163, 185, 208, 231, 255, 277, 298, 322, 343, 363. 387, 409, 433, 456, 479, 504, 528, 550, 571, 595
  • Scotland, 23, 47, 69, 93, 119, 142, 165, 187, 209, 234, 257, 279, 300, 323, 345. 365, 390, 411, 436, 458, 481, 505, 529, 552, 573, 597
  • Sheffield, 22, 46, 68, 92, 119, 141, 164, 187, 208, 232, 257, 277, 299. 322, 345, 365, 389, 410, 435, 457, 480, 505
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 24, 48, 69, 94, 119, 142, 165, 188. 210, 234. 258, 279. 301, 324, 346, 366. 390, 412, 436, 458, 482, 506, 530, 552, 574, 598

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR;

  • - American SteamWarship in 1815 570
  • - Apparatus for Adjusting Tension of Aeroplane Wire, C. M. Lerici, 424
  • - Automatic Control of Trains, Audi Vide, 163
  • - Batteries of Electric Vehicles, F. Crawter, 198
  • - British Air Service. M. Meeh. E., 321
  • - British v. American Sugar Machinery, Guy Wyatt. 230
  • - British Beet Sugar Industry, H. F. Easton, 321
  • - British Decimal Coinage, H. Allcock. 586
  • - British Locomotives, E. L. Ahrons, 243
  • - British Ton, J. Pearse, 494
  • - Brushwood Filters, S. H. Adams, 375
  • - Caledonian Locomotives, Loco., 108, W. Pickersgill. 127
  • - Canker of Industrial Unrest, W. Fyfe, 494
  • - Chair of Engineering History, andc., M.I.C.E. (Fr.). 126
  • - Clock of Precision, E. M. Wingfield, 198, C. O. Bartrum. 243
  • - Compound Locomotives. M.T.C.E. (Fr.), 268
  • - Concreting Coal. Clinch Jonos, 571
  • - Condensers. S. F. J. R., 230 ; G. W. L. H. 243 ; F. .S, L., 289

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):

  • - Dangers of the German Patent System, James Keith, 423 ; Patent Agent, 467
  • - Demobilisation Problems, The Writer of that Article, 82 ; Reform, 198
  • - Detinning, Omega, 442
  • - Electricity in Agriculture—see Electricity and Crops
  • - Electricity and Crops, J. E. Newman, 494 ; V. H. Blackman and Ingvar Jorgensen, 515
  • - Engineers and the Submarine Problem, Member of Institutions of Civil and of Mechanical Engineers, 424 ; Frank Fielden, 467
  • - Engineers and Submarines—see Engineers and the Submarine Problem—also Secret Session for Engineers
  • - F.S.S. System of Units. W. F. Dunton, 334
  • - Filing Papers, E. R. Briggs, 321
  • - Folkestone Raid, Ajax, 515
  • - Human Efficiency, F. B. Gilbreth, 400
  • - Hydro-electric Plant for a Yorkshire Mill, Mitchell Brothers, 289
  • - Increased Production, H. J. Marshall, 66 ; C. H. Haddrell, 467
  • - Industrial Peace, Chas. Barnes, 36
  • - Industrial Research, J. G. Pearce, 289
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, H. C. C., 494
  • - Intensive Production, R. G. Foster, 586
  • - James Forrest, N., 289
  • - Libraries, E. C. B., 571
  • - Light Railways, R. White and Sons, 45
  • - Manufacture of Gauges at the Paddington Technical Institute, J. E. Sears, 139
  • - Marlborough Wheels, N. W. Hill, 334
  • - Melting Steel Scrap in the Foundry Cupola, J. E. Hurst, 26
  • - Metric System, E. C. Barton, 243, 424 ; W. A., 289, 356 ; Manager, 312 : A. M., 312 ; A. H. Bell, 334 ; Metricist, 334, 375 ; E. A. W. Phillips, 334 ; C. M. Lerici, 356 ; Senex, 356 ; Tony, 356 ; F. A. Halsey, 375 ; Another Manager, 375 ; H. C. A., 375 ; F. J. Lassen, 400; Juvenis, 424; R. M. Leslie, 443 ; E. W. Sargeant, 467
  • - Noise in Reinforced Concrete Buildings, Rowntree and Co., 549 ; C. Bentham, 571 ; Institution, 571
  • - Oil Engine Nomenclature, H. Akroyd-Stuart, 108, 423
  • - Old Books, H. A. Bennie Gray, 549 ; Harry J. Donkin, 571 ; Arthur L. Johnson, 586
  • - Patents and the Poor Inventor, W. S. Pearce, 198
  • - Pay of Draughtsmen, Draughtsman, 251 ; Purple Stripe, 268; Designing Draughtsman, 289
  • - Permanent Industrial Exhibitions, Barimar, Limited, 82
  • - Plea for Up-to-date Bridge work in the United Kingdom, H. R. White, 36 ; H. R. Lewis, 67 ; Conrad Gribble, 67
  • - Power Forging of Chain Cables, Brown, Lenox and Co., 230
  • - Premium Bonus System, Engineer, 45 ; J. Ross, 82; G. B. Petter, 82; R. F. McKay, 127 ; C. Barnes, 162
  • - Protection Against Submarines, J. Pratt, 163 ; W. A. Woodward, 230
  • - Pyrmont Electric Swing Bridge, H. H, Broughton, 198 ; N. R. White, 230
  • - Rating of Machinery, J. Etherington, 25
  • - Re P/S Napoleon III., W. W. Bengough, 243
  • - Recent American Warships, Turrets, 67
  • - Salaries in the Ministry of Shipping, Omega, 400
  • - Seasoned Castings, W. W. Beaumont, 400
  • - Secret Session for Engineers, E. W. Petter, 455, 494 ; Pontifex, 467 ; Michael Long- ridge, 467 ; C. E. H., 515—see also Engineers and the Submarine Problem
  • - Seger Cones, H. Ansell, 312
  • - Ship Salving, J. W. W., 467
  • - Standard Catalogues and Periodicals, A. Fanti, 443
  • - Standardisation, An Engineer Who Believes in Standardisation, andc., 424
  • - Stimulated Management, W. J. T., 198, 230, 251, 268, 289 ; E. M. Wingfield, 251 ; P. M., 251 : W. G. Traquair, 268 ; C. H. Haddrell, 375
  • - Stresses in Wire-wrapped Guns, J. H. Jones, 45
  • - Submarine Tramps, R. M. Deeley, 108 Submarines and Secrecy, Victory, 443 Taylorism and Humanity, 8. Turner, 36 Technical Papers for the Front, J. H. Kerner- Greenwood, 334
  • - Thermodynamic Problem, T. D. Parr, 312, 424 ; W. J. Walker, 353, 375 ; G. W. L. H., 353
  • - Torpedo-proof Ships, Anti-submarine, 400
  • - Trade and Professional Secrets, 184
  • - Types of British Locomotives, P. C. Dewhurst, 494
  • - Vacuum Brake Fittings, D. Cardew, 66
  • - Valve Gear, A Single Excentric, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 185
  • - Vulkanoid, C. H. S„ 356
  • - Water-tight Doors, Brunton Brothers, Limited, 82
  • - Wigan Railway Accident, Audi Vide, 44
  • LIFEBOAT Station at Wick, 19, 25
  • Life Saving at Sea, 360
  • Liquid Fuels, Spontaneous Ignition Temperatures of, Harold Moore, 561

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews:
  • - Bridge Engineering, J. A. L. Waddell, 523
  • - Fari e Segnali Marittimi, Vice-Admiral P. L. Cattolica and Captain A. Luria, 218
  • - Germany’s Economic Position and England’s Commercial and Industrial Policy After the War, G. B. Dibblee, 81
  • - How to Lay Out Turret Lathe Tools, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 475, 591
  • - Industrial and Manufacturing Chemistry, Inorganic, G. Martin, 356, 545
  • - Jane’s 44 "Fighting Ships," 1916, 67
  • - Pictures of War Work in England, J. Pennell, 113
  • - Rail Power in War and Conquest, The Rise of, E. A. Pratt, 113
  • - Steam Turbines, W. J. Goudie, 176, 503
  • - Strength of Ships, A. J. Murray, 79, 503
  • - Submarine Torpedo Boat, Allen Hoar, 176, 405
  • - Topicos Tecnicos. Octavio A. Acevedo, 255, 339

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Short Notices:
  • - Briquetting, A Handbook of, G. Franke, 113, 545
  • - Engineers’ Costs and Economical Workshop Production, D. Smith and P. C. N. Pickworth, 113
  • - General Cargo : An Introduction to Salesmanship, R. E. Goddard, 113
  • - Machine Designers, Shop Men and Draughtsmen, Handbook for, F. A. Halsey, 503, 545
  • - Practical Safety Methods and Devices : Manufacturing and Engineering, G. A. Cowee, 265
  • - Reinforced Concrete, Manual of, C. F. Marsh and W. Dunn, 265
  • Books Received:
  • - Aerodonetique, F. W. Lanchester, 79
  • - Air Power, Naval, Military, Commercial, Claude Grahame-White and Harry Harper, 475
  • - Atoms, Jean Perrin, 451
  • - Autogenous Welding, Practical Manual of, R. Granjon and P. Rosemberg, 255
  • - British Dominions Year Book, 1917, 176
  • - Butterworth’s Workmen’s Compensation Cases, Judge Ruegg, 176
  • - Calculation and Measurement of Inductance and Capacity, W. H. Nottage, 475
  • - Calculations for Steel Frame Structures, W. C. Cocking, 475
  • - Calculus, H. W. March and H. C. Wolff, 451
  • - Can We Set the World in Order ? C. R. Enock, 113
  • - CANADA : DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, WATER POWER BRANCH :
  • - Paper No. 12, 44 Small Water Powers,” A. M. Beale. Paper No. 13, “ Coquitlam - Buntzen Hydro-electric Development, British Columbia,’4 G. R. G. Conway, Paper No. 17, 44 Canadian Hydraulic Power Development and Electric Power in Canadian Industry,” C. N. Mitchell. Water Resources :—Paper No. 2, 44 Bow River and Storage Investigations,” M. C. Hendry. Paper No. 7,44 Manitoba Water Powers,” D. L. McLean and others, 545
  • - Canada Year Book, 1915, 503
  • - Chemistry, General, Hamilton P. Cady, 405
  • - Compressed Air Practice in Mining, D. Penman, 113
  • - Contribucion al Estudio de las Ciencias Fisicas y Matematicas, 79
  • - Design of Machine Elements, W. G. Dunklev. 356
  • - Dictionary of Commercial Correspondence, in Seven Languages, Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 451
  • - Documents Governing the Construction of a Bridge, E. E. Howard, 503
  • - Electrical Engineering Practice, J. W. Mears, 545
  • - Electrical Review's Electrical and Allied Trades Directory, 1917, 503
  • - Electric Traction, A. T. Dover, 475
  • - Electrical Trades’ Directory and Handbook, 503
  • - Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony, The Principles of, J. A. Fleming, 67
  • - Electricity and the Motor Car, F. H. Hutton, 255
  • - Elementary Cams, F. de Ronde Furman, 339 English and Engineering, F. Aydelotte, 475 Evaporating, Condensing and Cooling Apparatus, E. Haustrand, 176
  • - Experimental Building Science, Vol. I., J. L. Manson, 545
  • - Explosives, A. Marshall, 265
  • - Flying Machine from an Engineering Standpoint, F. W. Lanchester, 79
  • - Gasworks, Operation of, W. M. Russell, 451
  • - High Speed Internal Combustion Engines, A. W. Judge, 176
  • - Hornets, The, Hermes, 255
  • - Hydro-electric Power, Lamar Lyndon, 405
  • - In the Royal Naval Air Service, Harold Rosher, R.N., 503
  • - Institute of Metals, Journal of the, G. Shaw Scott, 451
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, October- December, 1916, 503
  • - Judicial Interpretations of the Munitions of War Acts, 1915-1916, J. Chartres, 503
  • - Kelly’s Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 545
  • - Kempe’s Engineers’ Year Book, H. R. Kempe, 451
  • - Kingsbridge, Salcombe and the Kingsbridge Estuary, A. H. Anderson, 475
  • - Lccons sur les Fonctions elliptiques en vue de leurs applications, R. de Montessus de Ballore, 356
  • - Lectures on Levelling, V. J. Martin, 79
  • - Lockwood’s Builders’ Price Book, 1917, 176
  • - Manufacturing Costs and Accounts, A. H. Church, 475
  • - Marine Engineering, Practical, Captain C. W. Dyson, 503
  • - Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, 503
  • - Mining and Mine Ventilation, J. J. Walsh, 503
  • - Modern Milling, Ernest Pull, 475
  • - Motor Car, T. O. A. Lawton and R. G. H. Gibson, 113
  • - Motor Car Engineering, Text-book on, Vol. II., A. Graham Clark, 503
  • - Munro’s Marine Engineers’ Annual Pocket Log and Diary, J. Munro and Co., Limited, 79
  • - National System of Economics, J. T. Peddie, 475
  • - Next War, The British Industries Fair, C. H. Betts and M. Watts, 113
  • - Office Machinery, L. R. Dicksee, 451
  • - Peaceful Penetration, A. D. McLaren, 113
  • - Physics for Engineers, Elementary, J. P. Yorke, 176
  • - Primary Batteries, W. A. Cooper, 176
  • - Properties of Aerofoils and Aerodynamic Bodies. A. W. Judge, 475
  • - Radiodynamics, B. F. Miessner, 503
  • - Railway Maintenance Engineering, W. H. Sellen, 503
  • - Rational Wages System, H. Atkinson, 545
  • - Reinforced Concrete, Manual of, Chas. Marsh, 451

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Rivers as Sources of Water Supply, A. C. Houston, 475
  • - Riveted Boiler Joints, S. F. Jeter, 475
  • - Rules for the Classification and Construction of Steel Ships, 265, 545
  • - Saws, Their Care and Treatment, H. W. Durham, 176
  • - Sea Power, A. Hurd, 113
  • - Shipping World Year Book, Major Jones, 475
  • - Shorthand and Business Training, Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 451
  • - Steel and its Heat Treatment, D. K. Bullens, 503
  • - Stresses in Structure, A. H. Heller, 67
  • - Sugar, The High Price of, and How to Reduce it, H. Hamel Smith, 79
  • - Syren and Shipping International Mercantile Diary, 1917, 67
  • - Telegraphy and Telephony, 1917, 545
  • - Turbines Applied to Marine Propulsion, Stanley J. Reed, 503
  • - UNITED STATES : DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY :
  • -- Service and Regulatory Announcements, Supplement, N. J. 4351-4400, 219
  • - UNITED STATES : DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, TECHNOLOGIC PAPERS OF THE BUREAU OF STANDARDS
  • -- No. 86, Resistance of an Oil to Emulsification, Winston H. Herschel, 475
  • - UNITED STATES : DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, BUREAU OF MINES :
  • -- Bulletins :—No. 105, “Black Damp in Mines.” No. 106, 44 Technology of Marble Quarrying.” No. 116, “Method of Sampling Delivered Coal, andc.” No. 121, 44 History and Development of Gold Dredging in Montana.” No. 126, 44 Current Decisions on Mines and Mining,” 219
  • -- Coal Mine Fatalities, 1916, 219
  • -- No. 143, Law Serial. Abstracts of Current Decisions on Mines and Mining, J. N. Thomson, 356
  • -- Bulletins, 108, Mineral Technology 14, 44 Melting Aluminium Chips,” H. W. Gillett and G. M. James ; 134. Petroleum Technology 36, 44 Use of Mud-laden Fluid in Oil and Gas Wells,” J. O. Lewis and W. F. McMurray, 503
  • -- Monthly Statement of Coal Mine Fatalities in U.S. Coal Mines, August, 1916. 44 Rescue and Recovery Operations in Mines after Fires and Explosions,” J. W. Paul and H. M. Wolflin, 503
  • -- Technical Paper 146. 44 Nitration of Toluene,” E. J. Hoffman, 503
  • -- Technical Paper 165. Quarry Accidents in the United States During the Year 1915, 523
  • -- Technical Paper 135. Bibliography of Recent Literature on Flotation of Ores, January-June, 1916, D. A. Lyon and Others, 523
  • -- Technical Paper 82. "Oxygen Mine Rescue Apparatus and Physiological Effects on Users,” Dr. Y. Henderson and J. W. Paul. Technical Papers No. 86. 44 Ore Sampling Conditions in the West.” No. 102, 44 Health Conservation at Steel Mills.” No. 117, 44 Quantity of Gasoline Necessary to Produce Explosive Conditions in Sewers.” No. 130, 44 Underground Wastes in Oil and Gas Fields and Methods of Prevention.” No. 136, 44 Safe Practice at Blast Furnaces.” No. 145, 44 Sensitiveness to Detonation of Trinitrotoluene and Tetranit roinethylanilin.” No. 157, 44 Method of Measuring the Viscosity of Blastfurnace Slag at High Temperatures.” No. 159 , 44 Production of Explosives in United States in 1915.” No. 161,44 Construction and Operation of a Single Tube Cracking Furnace for Making Gasoline,” 545
  • - Valuation, Depreciation, and the Rate Base, Carl E. Grunsky, 503
  • - Vaporising of Paraffin for High-speed Motors, Edward Butler, 356
  • - Ventilation, Some Modern Methods of, R. Grierson, 79
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, Elementary Principles of, R. D. Bangay, 503
  • - Year Book of Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 265
  • LIVERPOOL Tramways, 386
  • Load Extension Diagrams—see Indicator Locomotive Engines, Minister of Munitions Regulations, 143
  • London, Main Drainage System of, G. W. Humphreys, 235
  • Longridge, Mr. M., Presidential Address at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 371
  • Lorry, Five-Ton Petrol Motor, J. E. D. Ralls. 354, 355
  • Lovett, W. J., on a Method of Obtaining for Ship Design the Spacing of Bulkheads, andc., 317
  • Lubrication of Steam Turbines, T. C. Thomsen, 238, 264, 319, 327, 394
  • Luke, W. J., on Wake and Thrust Deduction, 319

M

  • MACALPINE, J. H., on the Marine Application of Floating Gears of the Floating Frame Type, 330
  • Machines Used in Oil Production—see Oils

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - An "Exploded" Reamer, 567
  • - Crank-pin Turning Lathe, Geo. Swift and Sons, Limited, 292, 296
  • - High-speed Tool Steel Patent Action, 412
  • - Horizontal Drilling Machines, D. and J. Tullis, Limited, 387
  • - Lathe for Turning Cam Shafts, J. Parkinson and Son, 182
  • - Machine Tool and Engineering Association,

MACHINE TOOLS (continued):

  • - Motor-driven 8.5 in. Centres Geared Lathe, Geo. Swift and Sons, Limited, 292, 296
  • - Precision Grinding, H. H. Asbridge, 268
  • - Two New Lathes, Geo. Swift and Sons, Limited, 292, 296
  • MACHINES used in Oil Production—see Oils
  • Magneto Industry, The British, 86
  • Main Drainage System of London, G. W. Humphreys, 235
  • Malay—see Railways
  • Manchester, Dry Dock at, 492, 493, 496
  • Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Mason, Dr. W., on Alternating Stress Experiments, 172, 176
  • Materials, Refractory, 54
  • Materials—see also Engineering Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering, Practical, Bearing of Research Work on, A. Saxon, 162
  • Mechanical Puddling, 465
  • Melting of Brass and Copper in a Crucible Furnace, with Coal-Gas Fuel, H. M. Thornton and H. Hartley, 311, 340
  • Melting of Metals, 293—see also Metal Melting
  • Melting of Non-ferrous Metals, Ideals and Limitations in, Carl Hering, 340
  • Metal Melting as Practised at the Royal Mint, W. J. Hocking, 311
  • Metal Melting in a Simple Crude Oil Furnace, H. S. Primrose, 311, 340
  • Metal Swarf, Briquetting of, 514, 538, 557, 592
  • Metals and Alloys. Surface Tension and Cohesion in, Sydney W. Smith, 285
  • Metals, Hardness of. Sir R. Hadfield’s Prize, 279
  • Metals, Institute of—see Associations
  • Metals, Mystery of, 39
  • Metric System : American Institute of Weights and Measures 479—see also Decimal System, and Letters to the Editor
  • Mills, Oil—see Oils
  • Mine Haulage, Safety Carriage for, Record Engineering Comnany, Limited, 525
  • Mineral Resources, Bureau of, 450
  • Mineral Resources, Empire, 527
  • Mineral Statistics, Our, 328
  • Montgomery, J., on Stress Determination in a Flat Plate, 317
  • Moore, Harold, on The Spontaneous Ignition Temperatures of Liquid Fuels, 561
  • Morgan, C. L., The Retirement of, 176
  • Morison, D. B., on Standardisation as Applied to the Machinery for Cargo Boats, 287, 302, 381
  • Motor Installation for Barges, T. H. Coggins and A. E. Hook, 420
  • Motor Vehicles, Electric, L. Brockman. 95
  • Motors, Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • Munitions Workers’ Strike, 449
  • Munro, A. R., on a Rapid Method of Plotting Combined Indicator Cards, 136, 137
  • Mystery of Metals, 39

N

  • NATIONAL Defence in the United States, 593
  • National Physical Laboratory, Official Report, 569—See also Standardisation of Engineering Materials
  • National Shortage of Iron Ore Supplies, Professor W. G. Fearnsides, 399, 429
  • New Year's Honours, 166
  • New York Harbour—see Removing Subaqueous Rock
  • New Zealand, Thomas Transmission Car in, 90
  • Nickel Silver, Annealing of, Dr. F. C. Thompson, 285
  • Nile, The Conservation of the, A. A. Barnes, 33
  • Nitrogen from the Air, Kilburn Scott Three- phase Process, 580, 595
  • Non-ferrous Metals—see Melting of
  • North British Rubber Factory Extensions, 91

O OBITUARY:

  • - Biggart, Andrew Stevenson, 405
  • - Binnie, Sir Alexander Richardson, 470
  • - Blyth, Benjamin Hall, 451
  • - Browne, Sir Benjamin (Portrait), 221
  • - Durston, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir A. John, K.C.B. (Portrait), 377
  • - Forrest. James (Portrait), 220
  • - Gilchrist, James, 127
  • - Halcomb, Svdney Broughton, 48
  • - Harpur, William, 503
  • - Hobson, George Andrew, 108
  • - Hughes, Colonel Herbert, 58
  • - Hunter, William Henry, 203
  • - Ireland, Arthur James, 12
  • - Kennedy, Rankin, 377
  • - Kennedv, Thomas, 377
  • - Leigh, John George, 378
  • - Macmillan, William. 12
  • - Mann, Isaac John. 127
  • - Murray. Ronald W., 12
  • - Porter, Robert Percival, 221
  • - Raworth, John 8.. 285
  • - Russell, Joseph, 523
  • - Seaton, Gervase Douglas, 591
  • - Sharp, Robert Gordon (Portrait), 285
  • - Short, Horace, 339
  • - Stirling, James (Portrait), 81
  • - Stott, Henry G., 203
  • - Ward, George G., 378
  • - Western, James Halifax, 339
  • OIL Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Industry, The Scottish Shale, 221,270, 274
  • Oils. Vegetable, Production and Industrial Emplovment of. 123. 147, 169, 192, 213, 240, 261, 307, 309, 349, 395, 417, 439 .441, 462, 486, 511, 546, 559, 564, 581, 585 (Two Page Supplements, April 20th, 1917) (Two-page Supplement, June 15th, 1917)
  • Organisers’ Clearing House, 570
  • Our Trade with Latin-America. 589
  • Output and the Market, 315 ; (Letter), 467

P

  • PACKING Electric Locomotives for Export, 424
  • Panama Canal Lock Gate Machinery, Corrosion of, 255
  • Parr, P. H., on the Extraction of Sugar-Cane Mills, 148
  • Partition of Bonuses, 250 : (Letters), 268—See also Stimulated Management
  • Patent Action, High Speed Tool Steel, 412
  • Patent Rights, Acquisition of, 28, 50, 72, 98, 122, 144, 168, 190, 212, 236, 260, 282, 304, 326, 348, 368, 392, 414, 438, 460, 484, 508, 532, 554, 576, 600

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS:

  • - Aeronautics, 27, 71, 97, 189, 281, 303, 325, 347, 391, 413, 507, 531, 575
  • - Condensers and Feed-Water Heaters, 211, 260, 507
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 97, 167, 212, 599
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 27, 49, 71, 121, 189, 235, 259, 391, 413, 437, 553, 575
  • - Engines. Internal Combustion, 27, 49, 71, 97, 121, 143, 167, 189, 211, 235, 259, 281, 325, 347, 367, 391, 413, 437, 459, 483, 507, 531, 553, 575, 599
  • - Engines, Steam, 367, 413, 531
  • - Gas Producers, 460, 483, 507
  • - Heating—see Lighting
  • - Lighting and Heating, 212, 303, 392, 438, 483, 532, 554, 575
  • - Locomotives, 259
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 50, 71, 97, 121, 144, 167, 236, 304, 325, 347, 392, 438, 460, 484, 507, 532, 553
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 168, 189, 211, 282, 348, 367
  • - Mines and Metals, 236, 259, 282, 392, 484, 608, 532, 554, 600
  • - Miscellaneous, 28, 50, 72, 98, 122, 168, 190, 212, 236, 260, 282, 304, 326, 368, 414, 438, 484, 508, 554, 576
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 144, 236, 575, 600
  • - Ordnance and Armour, 28, 50, 72, 143, 190, 260, 282, 326, 368, 392, 531
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 121, 235, 348, 599
  • - Ships and Boats, 28, 98, 167, 189, 236, 281, 325, 391, 437, 507, 532, 600
  • - Steam Generators, 189, 211, 259, 303, 459
  • - Switchgear. 167, 189, 484, 531
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 49, 143, 167, 211, 235, 281, 599
  • - Tramways and Railways, 98
  • - Transformers, 303
  • - Transmission of Power, 121, 144, 190, 212, 304, 325, 348, 413, 460, 508, 553, 575
  • - Turbine Machinery, 121, 303, 459, 484, 553, 575
  • - Water Purification, 414
  • PATENT System, Dangers of the German, 315 ; (Letters), 423, 467
  • Patents, British, Sir R. Hadfield, 391
  • Peaceful Penetration, 521
  • Pelton Wheel, 100 Horse-power for Hydro- Electric Plant at Hebden Bridge, G. Gilkes and Co., 266
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 27, 48, 94. 122, 168, 190, 255, 282, 326, 347, 368, 412, 459. 483, 508, 576
  • Petrol Caterpillar Tractor, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Ltd., 308, 314 (Two-page Supplement, April 6th, 1917)
  • Petrol Coaches, Railway—see Railways
  • Petrol-driven Fire Pump—see Pumps
  • Petrol Engines—see Engines
  • Petrol Explosions in Sewers, 283
  • Petrol Measuring Pumps, 203
  • Petrol Motor Lorry, Five-Ton, J. E. D. Ralls, 354, 355
  • Plotting Combined Indicator Cards, A Rapid Method of. A. R. Munro, 136, 137
  • Portishead Dock Pumps—see Pumps
  • Power Forging—see Chain Cables
  • Precision, A Clock of, C. O. Bartrum, 161 ; (Letters). 198, 243
  • Precision Grinding, H. H. Asbridge, 268
  • Precision, High, Design, Some Points in. 584
  • Premium System in the Drawing-office, H. Kewney, 275
  • Presses for Briquetting—see Briquetting
  • Presses for Oil Production—see Production
  • Primrose. H. S., on Metal Melting in a Simple Crude Oil Furnace, 311, 340
  • Prisoners of War. British, Educational Facilities for, 280
  • Production and Industrial Employment of Vegetable Oils, 123, 147, 169, 192, 213, 240, 261, 307, 309, 349, 395, 417, 439, 441, 462, 468, 511, 546, 559, 564. 581, 585 (Two Page Supplements, April 20th, 1917) (Two-page Supplement, June 15th, 1917)
  • Puddling—see Iron and Steel
  • Pumpherston Works—see Works

PUMPS:

  • - Deep Wells, New Electric System of Pumping, W. J. Wills, 409
  • - Eighteenth Century Colliery Pumping Engine, at Pentrich Colliery, 56, 60
  • - Eighteenth Century Pumping Engine at Gregory’s Mine, near Ashover, Fr. Tompson, 138
  • - Newcomen Pumping Engine at Ashton-underLyne. 218
  • - Petrol Measuring Pumps, 203
  • - Portable Petrol-driven Fire Pump, Holden and Brooke, Limited, 542, 548
  • - Portishead Dock Pumping Machinery, Oil Engine Driven, Blackstone and Co., Limited. 80 (Two-page Supplement, January 26th, 1917)
  • - Turbine Pumps, Notes on the Construction of, A. E. L. Chorlton, 463, 476, 477, 500
  • PYRMONT—see Bridges

R RAILWAYS & RAILWAY MATTERS: See also Annual Article

  • General:
  • - Association of Minor Railways, 413
  • - Automatic Control of Trains, 111, 226 ; (Letter), 163
  • - Automatic Railway Signalling, 589
  • - Railway Accidents, 39, 276
  • - Railway Material for South America, 408

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS (continued):

  • General (continued):
  • - Rotary Interlocking Block System, W. R. Sykes Interlocking Signal Company, Limited. 276
  • - Signals, Daylight, Lamps for, 455
  • - Vacuum Brake Apparatus Improvements, Consolidated Brake and Engineering Company, 594
  • - Vacuum Brake Improvements, Vacuum Brake Company, Limited, 228
  • British, Colonial, and Indian :
  • - Accidents at Ratho and Wigan, 39, 44, 54, 226, 229 ; (Letter), 44
  • - Australian Railway Finance, 378
  • - Australian Trans-Continental Railway, 526
  • - British Railways in 1916, 172, 183, 206, 254
  • - Canada, Future of the Railways of, 502
  • - Canadian Transcontinental Railway Scheme, 571
  • - Collisions at Wigan and Kirtlebridge, 226, 229
  • - Future of English Railways, 327
  • - Indian Railways in 1915-16, 378
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Retirement of Mr. C. L. Morgan, 176
  • - London and North-Western Railway Electric Train Service to Watford, 332, 336
  • - Malay Peninsula, Railway Expansion in, 493
  • - Petrol-Electric Coach, New Zealand Government Railways, Thomas Transmission, Limited, 91
  • Foreign:
  • - American Railways in War Time, 331
  • - Goods Wagon of 120 Tons Capacity, Virginian Railway, 574
  • - Latin America, New Railway Works in, 90
  • - Swiss Railway Problems, 446
  • - Swiss Railways in War Time, 149
  • - Trainmen’s Eight Hours Act in America, 455
  • - War and American Railways, 52

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES:

  • General:
  • - Packing Electric Locomotives for Export, 424
  • - Standardisation, Sir J. Wolfe Barry, 403, 406
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Locomotives of the United Kingdom, E. L. Ahrons, 216 ; (Letters), 243, 494
  • - North Staffordshire Railway, Passenger Tank Engine, 288
  • Foreign
  • - American Great Northern Railway “Mikado” Type Engine, 244, 248
  • - American Heavy Goods Locomotives, Recent, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 244, 248
  • - American Locomotives for Spain, 549
  • - Bessemer and Lake Erie Line, Ten Wheels Coupled Engine, 244, 248
  • - Modern High Power Locomotive Economy in France, 509
  • - Paris-Orleans Railway, British-built Tank Locomotives for, 224, 229
  • - Virginia Railway, Triple Articulated Locomotive, 244, 248

RANDOM REFLECTIONS:

  • - 40, 62, 87, 112, 134, 158, 180, 202, 226, 250, 272, 294, 316, 338, 360, 382, 404, 428, 450, 474, 498, 522, 544, 566, 590 (see Special Index)
  • RAZORS for the Army, 378
  • Reamers— see Machine Tools
  • Reconstruction of Industries, 577
  • Reeves, A. W., and C. Kimber, on Works Organisation and Efficiency, 454
  • Refractory Materials, 54, 466—see also Iron and Steel
  • Reid Standard Unit Construction for Steel Frame Buildings, F. Braby and Co., Limited, 358, 362
  • Relative Failure of the Marine Diesel Engine, 293
  • Removing Subaqueous Rock under Difficult Conditions, 114
  • Research. Glass, 149
  • Research, Scientific and Industrial, 149, 176
  • Research, W. R. Whitney, 245 ; (Letter), 289
  • Research Work, Bearing of, on Practical Mechanical Engineering, A. Saxon, 162
  • Researches made Possible, andc.—see Autographic Indicator
  • Resources of the Empire, 198
  • Rhone-Rhine Canal, The Proposed, 53
  • Ripper, Professor, on Works Organisation and Efficiency, 454
  • Robertson, J. A., on Fuel Economy, 579
  • Rock, Subaqueous, Removing, under Difficult Conditions, 114
  • Rodgers, Capt. W. L., on the Suitability of the Current Design of Submarines to U.S. Navy, 153, 157
  • Rolling Mill Electrical Equipment, British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 402, 406
  • Rotary Interlocking Block System, W. R. Sykes Interlocking Signal Company, Limited, 276
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Trial of Ford Motor Tractors, 437
  • Rubber Factory, Extensions to, North British Rubber Company, Limited, 91

S

  • SAFETY Carriage for Mine Haulage, Record Engineering Company, Limited, 525
  • Sailors and Soldiers, Disabled, Training of, for Electrical Sub-Station Work, 399
  • San Marcos—see Ships
  • Saxon, Alfred, on The Bearing of Research Work on Practical Mechanical Engineering, 162
  • Science and Industry—The Place of Cambridge, andc., Sir Richard Glazebrook, 535
  • Science, What Industry Owes to, 34, 88, 102, 160, 217, 273, 329, 415, 461, 488, 539, 558, 577
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, 149, 176
  • Scoble, Lieut. W. A., on Design of Pin Joints Based on Ultimate Strength, 319
  • Scottish Shale Oil Industry, 221, 270, 274
  • Screw Gauges, Colonel Crompton, 66
  • Screw Threads—see Whitworth
  • Secret of Development, 85
  • Sewage Filters, Brushwood, 337 ; (Letter), 375
  • Sewers, Petrol Explosions in, 283
  • Shale Oil Industry, The Scottish, 221, 270, 274

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING:

  • - Shipbuilding—see also Annual Articles, Engineering Industry
  • General:
  • - American Shipbuilding and Shipping, 381
  • - Buoyancy and Stability of Submarines, Professor W. Hovgaard, 330, 340
  • - Closing of all Ship Side Apertures from the Bridge, Signor E. Benvenuti, 318
  • - Design of Pin Joints Based on Ultimate Strength, Lieut. W. A. Scoble, 319
  • - Electrolyser for Ships, V. Roberts and Co., 549
  • - Influence of Running Balance on Vibration of Ships, Experiments, J. J. King-Salter, 330
  • - Launching, P. A. Hillhouse and W. H. Riddlesworth, 330
  • - Laurenti’s Diagram for Stability of Submarines, 330
  • - Marine Application of Floating Gears of the Floating Frame Type, J. H. Macalpine, 330
  • - Marine Engines—see Engines
  • - Merchant Shipbuilding in Germany, 112
  • - Motor Installation for Barges, T. H. Coggins and A. E. Hook, 420
  • - Shipping Control, 26
  • - Spacing of Bulkheads, andc., Method of Obtaining for Ship Design, W. J. Lovett, 317
  • - Stability, Apparatus for Use of Ship Masters, T. Graham, 318
  • - Standardisation as Applied to the Machinery for Cargo Boats, D. B. Morison, 487, 302, 381
  • - Stress Determination in a Flat Plate, J. Montgomerie, 317
  • - Wake and Thrust Deduction, Further Experiments, W. J. Luke, 319
  • Naval Matters:
  • - First Lord’s Speech, 201
  • - Guerre de Course, 565
  • - Institution of Naval Architects—see Associations, andc.
  • - Power Forging of Chain Cables in the U.S. Navy, Naval Constructor F. G. Coburn. 200, 204
  • - Salving by Italian Navy of German Submarine U C 12, 416, 426 ; (Letter), 467
  • - Submarines, 157 ; (Letters), 163, 230
  • - Suitability of Current Design of Submarines to the U.S. Navy, Capt. W. L. Rodgers, 153, 157
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - American Navy at War, 359
  • - German High Sea Fleet and its Bases, 533, 555
  • - German Mine-Laying Submarine U C 12 Salved and in Service of Italian Navy, 416, 426 ; (Letter), 467
  • - Recent American Warships, 8, 41, 74, 543 ; (Letter), 67 (Two-page Supplement, January 5th, 1917)
  • - Spanish Submarine Isaac Peral, 97 ; Paragraph, 447
  • - Submarines in the Adriatic, 416, 426 ; (Letter), 467
  • - Suitability of Current Design of Submarines to the U.S. Navy, Capt. W. L. Rodgers, 153, 157
  • - United States Battle Cruisers, 1 to 4, Projected, 8, 543 (Supplement, January 5th, 1917)
  • - United States Battleship Pennsylvania, 8, 41
  • - United States Battleships Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Nevada, 8 (Two-page Supplement, January 5th, 1917)
  • - United States Naval Experiments on the San Marcos 369
  • - United States Navy, Mr. Daniels’ Report, 54, 75, 133
  • Miscellaneous:
  • - Early History of the French Atlantic Services, 145, 156 ; (Letter), 243
  • - Italian Coal and Ore Carrying Steamer, Milazzo, 194 (Two-page Supplement, March 2nd, 1917)
  • - Motor Ship Sebastian, 548
  • SIGNALS—see Railways
  • Simpson, E., on Workshop Design and Equipment, 197
  • Skilled Women—see Women Mechanics
  • Slag—see Basic Slag
  • Smith, Sydney W., on Surface Tension and Cohesion in Metals and Alloys, 285
  • Soap, Manufacture of, 559, 564
  • Soldiers at the Front, Technical Publications for, 537
  • Soldiers—see also Sailors and Soldiers
  • Some Points in High Precision Design, 584
  • South America, Catalogues for, 79
  • South America, Railway Materials from, 408
  • South Wales, New Industries in, 549
  • Spontaneous Ignition Temperatures of Liquid Fuels, Harold Moore, 561
  • Stability—see Ships
  • Standard Engines—see Engines
  • Standard Structure Gauge in the United States, 552
  • Standard Unit Construction, Reid, for Steel Frame Buildings, F. Braby and Co., Limited, 358, 362
  • Standardisation as Applied to the Machinery for Cargo Boats, D. B. Morison, 287, 302, 381
  • Standardisation of Engineering Materials, James Forrest Lecture by Sir J. Wolfe Barry. 403, 406 ; (Letter), 424
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Generation. Use of Coke and Coke Breeze for, J. C. B. Kershaw, 51
  • Steam Turbines for Land Purposes, H. L. Guy, 107
  • Steam Turbines, Lubrication of, T. C. Thomsen, 238, 264, 319, 327
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Steel Frame Buildings—see Standard Unit Construction
  • Sterilisation—see Water Supply
  • Stimulated Management, 179; (Letters), 198, 230, 251, 268, 375
  • Stoker, The Taylor Underfeed, Scholey and Co., Limited, 88
  • Strength of Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Stress, Alternating, Experiments, Dr. W. Mason, 172, 176
  • Stress Determination in a Flat Plate, J. Montgomerie, 317
  • Submarines—see Ships
  • Sugar-cane Mills, The Extraction of, P. H. Parr, 148
  • Sugar Machinery, British versus American, 202 ; (Letter), 230
  • Sugar Problem, 85 ; (Letter), 312
  • Surface Tension and Cohesion in Metals and Alloys, Sydney W. Smith, 285
  • Suspicion, 134
  • Swansea, Expected Oil Trade Development, 549
  • Swarf, Metal, The Briquetting of, 514, 538, 557, 592

T

  • TAX, Excess Profits, 427
  • Taylor Underfeed Stoker, Scholey and Co., Limited, 88
  • Technical Library to Aid German Industry, 326
  • Technical Publications for Soldiers at the Front, 537
  • Testing Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Text-books : Actual and Ideal, 473
  • Thompson, Dr. F. C., on Annealing of Nickel Silver, 285
  • Thomsen, T. C., on Lubrication of Steam Turbines, 238, 264, 319, 327, 394
  • Thornton, H. M., on Application of Coal Gas to Industry in War Time, 374
  • Thornton, H. M., and H. Hartley, on the Melting of Brass and Copper in a Crucible Furnace with Coal-gas Fuel, 311, 340
  • Tookey, W. A., on Internal Combustion Engine Tests, 29
  • Traction Engines—see Engines
  • Tractor, Caterpillar Petrol, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited, 308, 314 (Two-page Supplement, April 6th, 1917)
  • Tractors, Ford Motor Agricultural, Trial of Two, 437
  • Trade After the War, 255
  • Training of Disabled Sailors and Soldiers for Electrical Sub-Station Work, 399
  • Training and Work of the Chemical Engineer, Sir G. Beilby, 219, 225, 227, 363
  • Trainmen’s Eight Hours Act in United States, 455
  • Trains—see Railways
  • Triumph of Expediency—see Water Supply
  • Tunnel, Hudson River, 540
  • Turbine Pumps—see Pumps
  • Turbines, Steam, for Land Purposes, H. L. Guy, 107 ; (Corrections), 127, 166
  • Turbines, Steam, Lubrication of, T. C. Thomsen, 238, 264, 319, 327, 394
  • Turbo-Generators—see Electrical Matters
  • Turin a Seaport, 482

U

  • UNITED STATES, National Defence in the, 593
  • University College, London, Annual Report, 297
  • University Intelligence, 168
  • Use and Abuse of Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Use of Coke—see Coal, andc.

V

  • VACUUM Brake Apparatus Improvements, Consolidated Brake and Engineering Company, 594
  • Vacuum Brake Improvements, Vacuum Brake Company, Limited, 228
  • Valparaiso, Harbour Improvements at, 516, 520
  • Valparaiso, Temporary Dry Dock Made with Sheet Piling, 64, 65
  • Vegetable Oils—see Oils
  • Volunteers, Birmingham Electrical Engineers, 298
  • Volunteers, First London Engineer, 27, 50, 67, 90, 120, 139, 168, 190, 212, 236, 259, 280, 303, 321, 347, 368, 392, 412, 438, 459, 483, 506, 527, 553, 576, 599

W

  • W.R. COMBUSTION Indicator, H. R. Webster, 595
  • Wagon, Goods—see Railways
  • Wairua Falls Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 376, 380
  • Wake and Thrust Deduction—see Ships
  • Warships—see Ships
  • Water Meters—see Water Supply, 408
  • Waterspout in the Mediterranean, 183

WATER SUPPLY: See also Annual Article

  • - Broken Hill, New South Wales, Supply for, 34, 38
  • - Cycloid-Weir Water Meter, Kennicott Company, 408
  • - Pumping from Deep Wells, W. J. Wills’ Electrical System, 409
  • - South Africa, Waterworks in, 172
  • - Sterilisation of Water Supplies, 157, 252
  • - Triumph of Expediency over Sentimentality, 566
  • - Water Purification by Liquid Chlorine, Wallace and Tiernan Apparatus, 252
  • - Water Research, Dr. Houston’s Report, 128, 566
  • WATFORD Electric Train Service—see Railways
  • Welfare Work Good Business, Is ? 101
  • What Industry Owes to Science, 34, 88, 102, 160, 217, 273, 329, 415, 461, 488, 539, 558, 577
  • Whitney, W. R., on Research, 245 ; (Letter), 289
  • Whitworth Form of Thread, 334
  • Women in Industry, 502
  • Women Mechanics, 294, 296

WORKS:

  • - British Westinghouse Works, Visit by Overseas Dominions’ Representatives, 402, 406
  • - Craven Brothers’ Tool and Crane Works, 197

WORKS (continued):

  • - Crossley Brothers Engineering Works Extension in Manchester, 207
  • - Pumpherston Shale Oil Works, 270, 274
  • WORKS Organisation and Efficiency, Two Papers by Professor Ripper and Messrs, A. W. Reeves and C. Kimber, 454
  • Workshop Design and Equipment, Edmund Simpson, 197

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