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The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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A

  • A.E.G. Bombing Biplane, 484, 487
  • Aga Flasher for Marine Lighting, 202
  • Aga Pendulum Lens for Marine Lighting, 226
  • Albatross Biplane Scout, 469, 470
  • Alldays and Onions’ Agricultural Tractor, 116
  • American Ocean-going Concrete Steamship Faith, 251, 518
  • Amsler Impact Testing Machine, 435
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co., Forth and Clyde Ship Canal Scheme, 111, 113
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co., Measuring Machine, 302
  • Arrol, Sir W., and Co.’s Coal Handling Plant at Oran, Algeria, 204, 205, 208
  • Aspinall, F. B., on Regnault’s Latent Heat of Steam Investigations, 525
  • Asquith, William, Limited, Rough Turning Shell Lathe, 236
  • Austin Armoured Car and Lighting Set, 288, 289
  • “Autogas” Producer Using Gasworks Coke, John Wright and Co., 369
  • Avery, W. and T., Limited, Modern Light Machine Shop, Herbert Carpenter, 102
  • Avonside Engine Company’s Oil Motor Locomotives, 420, 421

B

  • BAGNALL, W. G., Limited, Internal Combustion Locomotive, 442, 443
  • Barclay, Andrew, and Sons, Limited, Fireless Locomotives, 443, 448
  • Bennis Automatic Shell Conveyor, 274, 284
  • Bingham-Powell Pitch Measuring Machine for Screw Gauges, 126
  • Birmingham and the Production of Munitions, 270, 288, 296, 398, 406
  • Birmingham Small Arms Company, Works, 398, 406
  • Black and Decker’s Air Compressors or Vacuum Pumps, 565
  • Blackwell, Robert Winthrop (Portrait), 313
  • Blount, B.,and W. H. Woodcock, on Vacuum Balance Cases. 148 ; (Letter), 249
  • Bracebridge Hall Club, Lincoln, 203. 232. 236, 237
  • Brisbane Water Supply—see Cabbage Tree Creek
  • British Agricultural Tractors and Haulers, 4, 10, 45, 65, 93, 98, 116
  • British Ljungstrom Marine Turbine Company, Turbo-Electric Ship Wulsty Castle, 423, 428
  • British Locomotives of 1917, 28, 32
  • British Thomson-Houston Company’s Current Limiting Reactances, 323
  • British Westinghouse Company’s Quick Starting Device for Oil Engines, 37
  • British Westinghouse Three-Crank Doubleacting Gas Engine, 452
  • Brown, H., and Co.’s Air-Lift Pumping Plant at Curragh Camp, 475
  • Brown, Lenox and Co., Building Construction System, 269
  • Buenos Aires, 16,000,000 Gallon Reservoir at, 228
  • Burrator and Roborough—see Plymouth

C

  • CABBAGE Tree Creek Reservoir for Brisbane Water Supply, 70, 74
  • Caledonian Railway Six-coupled Passenger Tank Locomotive, 30, 248 (Two-page Supplement, March 22nd, 1918)
  • Caproni Aeroplane, 6
  • Carpenter, Herbert, on a Modern Light Machine Shop, 102
  • Carter, Sir G., on Standard Cargo Ships, 252, 257, 259
  • Chance’s Apparatus for Coast Lighting, 201, 225
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth Tractor, 116
  • Collier Light and Sound Apparatus. 202
  • Curragh Camp. Air-Lift Pumping Plant at, H. Brown and Co., 475

D

  • DAVIES, C. E., on Power Required by Cold Rolling Mills, 221
  • Davies-Soames Differential Electro-Magnetic Clutch, 78
  • Denny, C. W., New System of Reinforcing Metals, 322
  • Denver and Rio Grande Railway, 191-Ton Locomotive, 82
  • Dutton, Frank, on Road and Rail Transport, 550

E

  • EASTLEIGH—see London and South-Western
  • Superheater Locomotive, 162 (Two-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1918)
  • Edwards, Professor C. A., on the Hardening and Tempering of Steel, 161

F

  • FIAT Works—see Turin
  • Forth and Clyde Ship Canal, 111, 113
  • Foster, Wm., and Co.’s Works Club—see Bracebridge
  • Fowler, John, and Co., Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Equipment, 527, 536
  • French Explosives Factory, Workpeople’s Welfare at, 25
  • French Light Agricultural Tractor, 300
  • Friedrichshafen Bombing Biplane, 356, 357, 388
  • Furness Railway, Sixty Year Old Locomotive, Fletcher, Jennings and Co., 432

G

  • GARDNER, L., and Sons, 30in. Crank Pin Lathe, 50
  • German Airship S.L. 11 and Aircraft Engines, 156, 157, 182, 183; (Letters), 193, 227, 272, 316, 382
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway Shunting Tank Engine, 29, 30
  • Glenfield and Kennedy’s Electro-Magnetic Clutch for a Planing Machine, 366
  • Glover, M., and Co.’s Machines for Making Locomotive Fire-lighters, 412
  • Goedkoop, Messrs., Kromhout 350 B.H.P. Marine Engine, 36
  • Great Central Railway Four-cylinder Express Passenger Engine, 28, 29
  • Greaves-Etchells Electric Furnace, T. H. Watson and Co., Limited, 54, 59
  • Gresham and Craven’s Combined Steam and Westinghouse Brake Valve, 324 ; (Letters), 347
  • Guest-Lenox—see Brown

H

  • HARVEY, G. and A., Horizontal Spindle Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, 292
  • Hawthorn, Leslie and Co.’s Fireless and Internal Combustion Locomotives, 419, 420
  • Herbert, Edward G., Hack-Sawing Machine, 250
  • Highland Railway Signal-box Removal, 237
  • Hodgson’s, James, Trafford Tractor Attachment, 117
  • Hog Island Shipbuilding Yard, Philadelphia, 554, 559 (Four-page Supplement, June 28th, 1918)
  • Holcroft, H., on the Graphical Representation of Locomotive Performance, 353, 376
  • Holland, Hannen and Cubitt’s Concrete Motor Boat, 391
  • Hollings, Ernest, Nut Making Machine, 510, 514
  • Hollings and Guest’s Ship Plate Bending Machine, 413
  • Hong-Kong University, Engineering Equipment at, 136, 164, 168, 199 (Two-page Supplement, March 8th, 1918)

I

  • IRIS and Daffodil, Liverpool Ferry Boats, after the Zeebrugge Raid, 380, 385
  • Italian Battle Fleet, 245, 254
  • Italian Dreadnought Conte di Cavour, 245, 254
  • Italian Naval Aircraft, 6
  • Italian Scouts Carlo Alberto Racchiaand Carlo Mirabello, 246, 254
  • Italy, Borax Recovery, Electrical Energy from the Volterra “Soffioni,” 124
  • Ivel-Hart Agricultural Tractor, 4, 10

J

  • JENKINS, Rhys, on Links in the History of Engineering, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492

K

  • KROMHOUT, 350 B.H.P. Marine Engine, Messrs. Goedkoop, 36

L

  • LANCASHIRE and Yorkshire Railway’s Ambulance Train for United States Army, 181, 186
  • Lanchester Works, System at, 133
  • “Lectroflater” Compressor, Black and Decker Manufacturing Company, 565
  • Ljungstrom Turbo-Electric System—see British Ljungstrom
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Turntable at Newhaven, 105 (Two-page Supplement, February 1st, 1918)
  • London and South-Western Railway Converted Locomotives, 28, 32, 162 (Two-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1918)
  • London and South-Western Railway Express Passenger Engine, 28
  • Ludlum Electric Steel Furnace, 38

M

  • McEWAN, Pratt and Co.’s Internal Combustion Locomotives, Various Gauges, 464, 472
  • McLaren, J. and H., Steam Tractor, 45, 46
  • Madsen Automatic Gun, 495 ; (Letter), 512
  • Manlove, Alliott and Co.’s Centrifugal Oil Reclaimers, 540, 541
  • Mann’s Steam Tractor, 4, 10
  • Martin’s Cultivator Company’s Motor Plough and Agricultural Tractor, 45
  • Massey, B. and S., 9.5-Ton Friction Drop Stamp, 344
  • Maybach and Mercedes Aircraft Engines, 156, 157, 182, 183 ; (Letters), 193, 227, 272, 316, 382
  • Meldrum’s Shell Nosing Furnace for Solid Fuel, 294
  • Mercedes Aero Engines, Various Designs, 446, 450, 467 ; (Letters), 512, 531
  • Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland, Express Engine Fitted with Superheater, 29, 30
  • Mid-Scotland Ship Canals, 111, 113
  • Moyes Flashing Apparatus, 202
  • Murray River, Irrigation Scheme, 15

N

  • NORTH-EASTERN Railway Company, Train for the Director-General of Transportation, 16 (Two-page Supplement, January 4th, 1918)
  • North Staffordshire Railway Company’s Electric Battery Locomotive for Copper Works, 213

O

  • OERLIKON Company’s Safety Devices for Steam Turbines, 58 (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1918)
  • Oran, Algeria, Coal Handling Plant at, Sir William Arrol and Co.. Limited. 204, 205, 208

P

  • PARKS, R. B., Feeder Head for Ingot Moulds, 369
  • Parsons, Sir C., on the Formation of Diamond, 386, 410
  • Philip, W. L., Special Machines for Producing 9.2in. Shell, 190, 191
  • Plymouth Corporation Waterworks, Pipe Line Between Burrator and Roborough Reservoirs, 120, 124
  • Pollock, Walter, on Reinforced Concrete Vessels, 278, 279
  • Price, Charles, and Sons’ Narrow Gauge Internal Combustion Locomotives, 507

Q

  • QUEBEC Bridge, 138

R

  • RANSOMES, Sims and Jefferies’ Steam Tractor, 46
  • Rastrick’s Thrashing Machine, 214
  • Reese, A. K., on Copper Tuyeres for Blastfurnaces, 400, 404
  • Regnault’s Latent Heat Apparatus, F. B. Aspinall, 525
  • Richmond Reverberatory Gas Furnace, 337
  • Rix, H. and H. Whitaker, on Die Casting of Aluminium Bronze, 248, 281
  • Robey’s Steam Agricultural Tractor, 65
  • Rothera, L., on Electrically-driven Rolling Mills, 142, 146
  • Roxburgh, A. B., on the “Autogas” Producer, 369

S

  • SAUNDERSON Tractor and Implement Company’s Universal Tractor, 66
  • Sheffield University’s Glass Department, 516
  • Skefko Ball Bearing Company’s Works, 309, 356, 358, 359, 362
  • South Australia, Irrigation Scheme on the River Murray, 15
  • Spanish Naval Construction, 465
  • Spanish Submarine, Laurenti-Fiat Type, 465
  • Stevenson’s Unattended Lightship, 225

T

  • TALBOT, Benjamin, on the Production of Sound Steel, 480
  • Tasker, W., and Sons’ Series of Agricultural Tractors, 66, 67
  • Thornaby Ironworks, Tees-side, By-Product Coke Oven Installations, 402, 403
  • Trafford Tractor Attachment, James Hodgson, 117
  • Turin, Fiat Works, Testing Laboratory at, 555, 558

U

  • UNITED STATES Army Ambulance Train, Built bv Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 181, 186
  • United States. Shipbuilding in the, 554, 559 (Four-page Supplement, June 28th, 1918)

V

  • VAN DEN BROEK, J. A., Compression Test of Steel, 444
  • Vindictive, H.M.S., after the Zeebrugge Raid, 380, 385
  • Volterra “Soffioni,” Electrical Energy from, 124

W

  • WALLIS and Steevens’ Steam Motor Tractor, 93, 94, 95, 98
  • Walsh and Clark’s Ploughing Engine and Tractor, 93, 94
  • Watson and Co.’s Greaves-Etchells Electric Furnace, 54, 59
  • W. Weeks and Son’s New Simplex Agricultural Tractor, 94, 95, 98
  • Welbury, R., Container for Shell-bottling Dies, 282
  • Wolfe-Barry, Sir John Wolfe (Portrait), 68 ; (Letter), 96
  • Wolseley Motors, Limited, Aeroplane Shops, 289, 296
  • Wright, J., and Co.’s “ Autogas ” Producer, A. B. Roxburgh, 369
  • Wulsty Castle Turbo-Electric Ship, British Ljungstrom Marine Turbine Company, 423, 428
  • Wyles’ Motor Ploughs, 95, 96, 98

Z

  • ZEEBRUGGE Raid, H.M.S. Vindictive, Iris and Daffodil, 380, 385
  • Zeppelin and Gotha Engines, 156, 157

Subjects. A

  • AERO Engines—see Engines
  • Aeroplane, Caproni, 6
  • Aeroplane Shops, Wolseley Motors, Limited, 289, 296
  • Air Compressor, Electrically-driven, 336
  • Air Compressors or Vacuum Pumps, Black and Decker Manufacturing Company, 565
  • Aircraft, Italian Naval, 6
  • Air Lift Pumping Plant at Curragh Camp, H. Brown and Co., 475
  • Airship, German, S.L. 11, and Aircraft Engines, 156, 157, 182, 183 ; (Letters), 193, 227, 272, 316, 382
  • Agricultural Tractors—see Tractors
  • Aluminium Bronze, Die Casting of, H. Rix and H. Whitaker, 248, 281
  • Ambulance Train for United States Army, Built by Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 181, 186
  • Armoured Car and Lighting Set, Austin Motor Company, 288, 289

B

  • BALANCE Cases, Vacuum, B. Blount and W. H. Woodcock, 148
  • Ball Bearings, Skefko Ball Bearing Company, 309, 356, 358, 359, 362
  • Bending Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Biplane, Bombing, The Friedrichshafen, 356, 357 388
  • Biplane Scout, The Albatross, 469, 470
  • Blast-furnaces, Copper Tuyeres for, A. K. Reese, 400, 404
  • Bombing Biplane, A. E. G., 484, 487
  • Borax Recovery in Italy, Electric Energy from the Volterra Soffioni, 124
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Brake Valve—see Valve
  • Bridge, Quebec, 138
  • Bridges of the World, The Principal—A Comparison, 441, 463 (Two-page Supplement, May 24th, 1918); (Two-page Supplement, May 31st, 1918)
  • Bronze—see Aluminium
  • Building Construction, Guest-Lenox System, 269
  • Burning of Pitch—see Pitch
  • By-Product Coke Oven Installation, Thornaby Ironworks, Tees-side, 402, 403

C

  • CANAL Schemes, Mid-Scotland Ship, 111, 113
  • Club, Bracebridge Hall, Lincoln, 203, 232, 236, 237
  • Clutch, Differential Electro-Magnetic, W. L. Davies and A. Soames, 78
  • Clutch, Electro-Magnetic for a Planing Machine, Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 366
  • Coal Handling Plant at Oran, Algeria, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 204, 205, 208
  • Coke Oven, By-product, Installation, Thornaby Ironworks, Tees-side, 402, 403
  • Combined Steam and Westinghouse Brake Valve, Gresham and Craven, Limited, 324 ; (Letters), 347
  • Concrete Ships—see Ships
  • Container for Shell-bottling Dies, Ralph Welbury, 282
  • Conveyor, Automatic Shell, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 274, 284
  • Copper Tuyeres for Blast - furnaces, A. K. Reese, 400, 404
  • Current, Electric—see Electrical Matters

D

  • DIAMOND, Formation of, Sir C. Parsons, 386, 410
  • Die Casting of Aluminium Bronze, H. Rix and H. Whitaker, 248, 281
  • Dies, Shell-bottling, Container for, R. Welbury, 282
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Drop Stamp Foundation, Repairing, Hal Williams and Co., 534
  • Drop Stamp, Friction, 9.5-Ton, B. and S Massey, Limited, 344

E ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Current Limiting Reactances, British Thomson-Houston Company, 323
  • - Davies-Soames Differential Electro-Magnetic Clutch, 78
  • - D.P. Battery Company, Electrical Equipment for Locomotives, 213
  • - Electrically-driven Rolling Mills, L. Rothera, 142, 146
  • - Greaves-Etchells Electric Furnace, T. H. Watson and Co., Limited, 54, 59
  • - Lighting, Marine—see Lighting
  • - Locomotives, Electric—see Locomotives
  • - Ludlum Electric Steel Furnace, 38
  • - Volterra “Soffioni,” Electrical Energy from, 124
  • - Wulsty- Castle, Turbo-Electric Ship’s Machinery, 423, 428

ENGINES AND MOTORS:

  • - Aero Engines, Mercedes, of Various Designs, 446, 450, 467 ; (Letters), 512, 531
  • - Albatross Biplane Scout Engine, 469, 470
  • - Gas Engine for Pumping Plant at the Curragh, 475
  • - Gas Engine, Three-crank Double-acting, British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, Limited, 452
  • - Kromhout Marine Engine, 350 B.H.P., Messrs. Goedkoop, 36
  • - Locomotive Engines—see Locomotive
  • - Maybach and Mercedes—see also Zeppelin and Gotha
  • - Oil Engines, Quick Starting Device for, British Westinghouse Company, 37
  • - Zeppelin and Gotha Engines, 156, 157, 182, 183 ; (Letters), 193, 227, 272, 316
  • ENGINEERING Equipment at Hong-Kong University, 136, 164, 168, 199 (Two-page Supplement, March 8th, 1918)
  • Engineering, Links in the History of, Rhys Jenkins, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492

F

  • FACTORY, An Extemporised Munition, 314, 318, 336, 340, 379, 384
  • Feeder Head for Ingot Moulds, R. B. Parks, 369
  • Ferro-Concrete Trusses, Method of Warming, 399
  • Fire-Lighters for Locomotives, Machines for Making, M. Glover and Co., 412
  • Formation of Diamond, Sir C. Parsons, 386, 410
  • Furnace, Electric Steel, Ludlum Electric Steel Furnace Corporation, 38
  • Furnace, Greaves-Etchells Electric, T. H. Watson and Co., Limited, 54, 59
  • Furnace Plant for Pitch and Creosote Mixtures, 332
  • Furnace, Reverberatory Gas, Richmond, 337
  • Furnace for Solid Fuel, Shell Nosing, Meldrums, Limited, 294
  • Fuse-making Tools, Automatic, 336, 340
  • Fuses—see Munition Factory

G

  • GAS Producer Using Gasworks Coke, The “Autogas,” J. Wright and Co., 369
  • Gauges, Optical Projection Apparatus for Testing, 346
  • Glass Department, Sheffield University, 516
  • Graphical Representation of Locomotive Performance, H. Holcroft, 353, 376
  • Gun, Madsen Automatic, 495 ; (Letter), 512

H

  • HACK SAW—see Machine Tools
  • History of Engineering, Links in the, Rhys Jenkins, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492

I

  • IMPACT Testing Machine, The Amsler, 435
  • Ingot Moulds, Feeder Head for, R. B. Parks, 369
  • Irrigation Scheme on the River Murray, South Australia, 15

L

  • LABORATORY, Testing, at the Fiat Works, Turin, 555, 558
  • Latent Heat of Steam, Regnault’s Investigations, F. B. Aspinall, 525
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Laundry, Steam, Machinery, for War Purposes, 265
  • Lighting, Marine, Recent Developments in, 155, 201, 225
  • Links in the History of Engineering, Riiys Jenkins, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492
  • Locomotive, Electric Battery, for Copper Works, North Staffordshire Railway, 213
  • Locomotive, Express, Fitted with Superheater, Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland, 29, 30
  • Locomotive, Fireless, Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Limited, 419, 420
  • Locomotive, Four-cylinder Express Passenger, Great Central Railway, 28, 29
  • Locomotive, Internal Combuston, Avonside Engine Company, Limited, 420, 421
  • Locomotive, Internal Combustion, W. G. Bagnall, Limited, 442, 443
  • Locomotive, Internal Combustion, Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Limited, 420
  • Locomotive, London and South-Western Converted Superheater, 162 (Two- page Supplement, February 22nd, 1918)
  • Locomotive, London and South-Western Railway Express Passenger, 28
  • Locomotive, Performance, Graphical Representation of, H. Holcroft, 353, 376
  • Locomotive, Shunting Tank, Glasgow and South-Western Railway, 29, 30
  • Locomotive, Six-coupled Passenger Tank, Caledonian Railway, 30, 248 (Two- page Supplement, March 22nd, 1918)
  • Locomotive, Sixty Year Old, Furness Railway, 432
  • Locomotive, 191-Ton, on the Denver and Rio Grande Railway, 82
  • Locomotive, Turntables—see Turntable
  • Locomotives, Fire-Lighters for, Machines for Making, M. Glover and Co., 412
  • Locomotives, Fireless, Andrew Barclay and Sons, Limited, 443, 448
  • Locomotives, Small, of Special Types, 419, 442, 448, 464, 472, 507
  • Locomotives of 1917, Some British, 28, 32
  • Locomotives, Two Converted, London and South-Western Railway, 28, 32, 162 (Two- page Supplement, February 22nd, 1918)
  • Loco-Tractor—see Road and Rail Transport

M

  • MACHINE Shop, Modern Light, W. and T. Avery, Limited, Herbert Carpenter, 102

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - Electro-Magnetic Clutch for a Planing Machine, Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 366
  • - Hack-Sawing Machine, Edward G. Herbert, Limited, 250
  • - Horizontal Spindle Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, G. and A. Harvey, Limited, 292
  • - Lathe, 30in. Crank Pin, L. Gardner and Sons, Limited, 50
  • - Machines, Special, for Producing 9.2in. Shells, 190, 191
  • - Munition Factory, Lathes and Other Tools at, 314, 318, 336, 340, 379, 384
  • - Nut-making Machine, Ernest Rollings, 510, 514
  • - Rough Turning Shell Lathe, W. Asquith, Limited, 236
  • - Ship Plate Bending Press, Hollings and Guest, Limited, 413
  • MANUFACTURE of Bearings—see Ball Bearings

MAPS:

  • - Fog Gun Stations on the Clyde, 225
  • - Hong-Kong, 136
  • - Steel Areas in Great Britain, 170
  • MARINE Lighting, Recent Developments in, 155, 201, 225
  • Measuring Machine, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 302
  • Metals, A New System of Reinforcing, C. W. Denny, 322
  • Milling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Moving Targets and Torpedo Attack, 561
  • Munition Factory, Extemporised, 314, 318, 336, 340, 379, 384
  • Munitions, Birmingham and the Production of, 270, 288, 296, 398, 406

N

  • NAVAL Aircraft, Italian, 6
  • Nut-making Machine, Ernest Hollings, 510, 514

O

  • OIL Reclaimers, Centrifugal, Manlove, Alliott and Co., 540, 541
  • Optical Projection Apparatus for Testing Gauges, 346

P

  • PITCH and Creosote Mixtures, Burning of, 332
  • Pitch Measuring Machine for Screw Gauges, The Bingham-Powell, 126
  • Plough, Motor, Martin’s Cultivator Company, 45
  • Ploughs—see also Tractors, Agricultural
  • Ploughing and Cultivating Equipment, Steam, J. Fowler and Co., Limited, 527, 536
  • Portrait, Robert Winthrop Blackwell, 313
  • Portrait, Sir John Wolfe Wolfe-Barry, 68; (Letter), 96
  • Power Required by Cold Rolling Mills, C. E. Davies, 221
  • Producer, Gas, Using Gasworks Coke, The “Autogas,” 369
  • Pumping Plant, Air Lift, at . Curragh Camp, H. Brown and Co., 475
  • Pumps, Air, Oil, and Water for German Gotha Biplane, 184

R

  • REACTANCES—see Electrical Matters
  • Reinforcing Metals, New System of, C. W. Denny, 322
  • Removing Signal-box Bodily, 237
  • Repairing a Drop Stamp Foundation, Hal Williams and Co., 534
  • Reservoirs, 16,000,000 Gallon, at Buenos Aires, 228
  • Road and Rail Transport, F. Dutton, 550
  • Rolling Mills, Cold, Power Required by, C. E. Davies, 221
  • Rolling Mills, Electrically-driven, L. Rothera, 142, 146

S

  • SAFETY Devices for Turbines—see Turbines
  • Salvage of Merchant Ships, 532 1
  • Saws—see Machine Tools
  • Screw Gauges, Pitch Measuring Machine for, Bingham-Powell, 126
  • Shell-bottling Dies, Container for, R. Welbury, 282
  • Shell Conveyor, Automatic, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 274, 284
  • Shell, 9.2in., Special Machines for Producing, W. L. Philip, 190, 191
  • Shell-making Tools—see also Machine Tools
  • Shell Nosing Furnace for Solid Fuel, Meldrums, Limited, 294

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS:

  • General:
  • - Salvage of Merchant Ships, 532
  • - Shipbuilding Yard, Hog Island, Philadelphia, 554, 559 (Four-page Supplement, June 28th, 1918)
  • British Navy:
  • - Vindictive, H.M.S., Iris apd Daffodil, after Zeebrugge, 380, 385
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - Italian Battle Fleet, Conning Tower, Armament, Mine-laying, Gun Turret, andc., 245, 254
  • - Italian Dreadnought Conte di Cavour, 245, 254
  • - Italian Scouts Carlo Alberto Bacchia and Carlo Mirabello, 246, 254
  • - Spanish Naval Construction, 465
  • - Spanish Submarines, Recent, 466
  • Miscellaneous Vessels:
  • - American Ocean Going Concrete Steamship Faith, 251, 518
  • - Concrete Motor Boat, Holland, Hannen and Cubitts, Limited, 391
  • - Concrete Ship, Our First, for British Government, 434
  • - Reinforced Concrete Vessels, Walter Pollock, 278 279
  • - Standard Cargo Ships, Sir G. Carter, 252, 257, 259
  • - Turbo-electric Ship Wulsty Castle, 423, 428
  • SIGNAL-BOX on the Highland Railway, Removing, Bodily, 237
  • Slitting Mill, 445, 486, 488, 492
  • Steam, Latent Heat of, Investigations, Regnault’s, F. B. Aspinall, 525
  • Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Equipment, J. Fowler and Co., Limited, 527, 536
  • Steam Turbines—see Turbines
  • Steam and Westinghouse Brake Valve, Combined, Gresham and Craven, Limited, 324; (Letters), 347
  • Steel; Compression Test, J. A. Van den Broek, 444
  • Steel Furnace, Ludlum Electric Steel Furnace Corporation, 38
  • Steel, Hardening and Tempering of, Professor C. A. Edwards, 161
  • Steel, Sound, The Production of, andc., Benjamin Talbot, 480
  • Superheater Engine—see Locomotive
  • Swarf De-oiling Plant, Manlove, Alliott and Co., 540, 541

T

  • TARGETS, Moving, and Torpedo Attack, 561
  • Testing, Impact, Machine, The Amsler, 435
  • Testing Laboratory at the Fiat Works, Turin, 555, 558
  • Thrashing Machine, Rastrick’s, 214
  • Torpedo Attack, Moving Targets and, 561
  • Tractor Attachment, The Trafford, James Hodgson, 117
  • Tractor, Light Agricultural, Ateliers Vve. A. de Mesmey, 300
  • Tractors andHaulers, Some British Agricultural, 4, 10, 45, 65, 93, 98, 116
  • Train, Ambulance, for United States Army, Built by Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 181, 186
  • Train, Special, for Director-General of Transportation, North-Eastern Railway Company, 16 (Two-page Supplement, January 4th, 1918)
  • Transport, New System of, F. Dutton, 550
  • Turbines, Steam, Safety Devices and Arrangements on, Oerlikon Company, 58 (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1918)
  • Turbo-electric Ship—see Ships
  • Turning Machine—see Lathe
  • Turntable, 60ft. Locomotive, at Newhaven, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 105 (Two-page Supplement, February 1st, 1918)

U

  • UNIVERSITY, Hong-Kong, Engineering Equipment at, 136, 164, 168, 199 (Two-page Supplement, March 8th, 1918)

V

  • VACUUM Balance Cases, B. Blount and W. H. Woodcock, 148 ; (Letter), 249
  • Vacuum Pumps, Air Compressors or, Black and Decker Manufacturing Company, 565
  • Valve, Combined Steam and Westinghouse Brake, Gresham and Craven, Limited, 324 (Letters), 347

W

  • WATER Supply for Brisbane, Cabbage Tree Creek Reservoir, 70, 74
  • Waterworks, Plymouth, Pipe Line between Burratorand Roborough Reservoirs, 120, 124
  • Workpeople’s Welfare at a French Explosives Factory, 25
  • Works, Birmingham Small Arms Company, 398, 406
  • Works, Lanchester, System at, 133

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